BBC News - Science & Environment
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A former Nasa scientist decodes the significance of the discoveries made by the lunar lander and rover.
An Edinburgh food research team produces a lower-fat alternative aimed at cutting palm oil dependence.
Missing winter sea-ice signals changes in Antarctica that could be "absolute disaster for the world", scientists say.
In a first for the UK, the methane was detected by satellite, bringing hope for curbing the greenhouse gas.
But scientists warn that some species could decline in the long term due to habitat loss.
Winning images of the amazing parts of our Universe go on display in London.
More than 60 projects receive £14.5m for habitat restoration for butterflies, bats and birds.
A study shows 60 environmental activists were killed in Colombia in 2022 out of 177 murdered worldwide.
Nasa's James Webb Telescope may have discovered a molecule thought only to be produced by life.
It is being investigated for allowing excessive sewage into England's rivers and seas.
Scientists in Hawaii got up close to the active volcano to study its latest eruption
Researchers are experimenting with robots to help speed up the restoration of coral reefs.
Creating the world's first cloned mammal was arguably one of the greatest scientific achievements of the 20th Century.
A summer of blue-green algae caused havoc, with bathing bans and pondweed complicating matters.
A review of action on climate since the Paris agreement calls for an end to fossil fuels without carbon capture.
Drones and a robot called Spot survey off-limits laboratories at a former arms test site.
The storm has rapidly gained strength in the Caribbean from category one status earlier on Thursday.
Combining solar panels and a roof garden is a tricky and costly engineering task.
Elected last year, PM Anthony Albanese vowed to haul his laggard nation from the "naughty corner".
UK-based scientists and institutions will have access to the £85bn fund from today.