BBC News - Science & Environment
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The elusive substance holds the key to discovering how the Universe was formed.
They claim governments' slow action on climate change violates their human rights.
Environmentalists say delaying the implementation of new biodiversity rules is "a hammer blow for nature".
Regulator Ofwat orders companies to return £114m to households by cutting bills after missing targets.
The former Labour PM wants the wealthiest oil producers to help poorer nations tackle climate change.
It secured a deal to control a fifth of Cambodia's coastline - 15 years on, it has barely got started.
With bee populations struggling, mechanical pollination may be increasingly needed as a back-up.
Laura Kuenssberg on Sunday guest Yanis Varoufakis attacked the PM's 'incompetence and cynicism'.
A capsule carrying rocky debris from asteroid Bennu is about to streak through the sky above Utah.
A handful of dust from an asteroid streaming through space could tell Nasa how life on Earth began.
They live on flood-plains contaminated by potentially harmful levels of toxic waste, research reveals.
A Lords committee warns that the government risks missing housebuilding and environmental targets.
The prime minister claims the changes will support "hard-pressed families" but opponents accuse him of "selling out".
Bird lovers will see a very different pattern of species in the future, scientists warn.
The prime minister has rolled back some net zero policies, but says he's still committed to targets.
Ancient timber preserved in a riverbed suggests humans were building wooden structures 500,000 years ago.
The Prince of Wales joins the global stage in New York as the Earthshot Prize finalists are revealed.
Plans could include delaying a ban on sales of new petrol cars and the phasing out of gas boilers.
Google DeepMind has used its technology to identify parts of human DNA that might cause diseases.
The Royal Society's scheme comes after black scientists tell the BBC they feel unsupported and overlooked.