BBC News - Science & Environment
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A Nasa flight analyst explains three things you need to know about going to Mars.
The endangered animal died in Italy during an attempt to fit him with a collar to track movements.
The best and worst space films, according to Nasa
An international team found that a protein causes brain cells to die when it is in the jelly phase.
Engineers finish assembly of the test model for Europe's ExoMars rover mission.
Designer Stella McCartney says fashion is a medieval industry, which produces a huge amount of waste.
The world-famous specimen is the world's best-preserved example of the extinct bird.
The gender gap in science subjects like physics is likely to persist for hundreds of years, study suggests.
The new director-general of the National Trust says the charity needs to reach out to people in urban areas.
People across the UK have been enjoying unusually warm weather, but when can we call it a heatwave?
In an example of human natural selection, Asia's Bajau people have evolved bigger spleens for diving.
Scientist Vladimir Uglev has no doubt the agent that poisoned the Skripals was made in Russia.
Nasa's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (Tess) searches for new planets.
Plan for ban in England announced as Commonwealth leaders urged to join fight against plastic waste.
A record number of Nepalese women are climbing Mount Everest this spring season, officials tell the BBC.
The US space agency's Tess satellite lifts off on a mission to find thousands of new worlds.
Wild equines are being reintroduced to the grasslands of Kazakhstan where they once roamed in large numbers.
Recurring spells of ocean warming impact the diversity of coral reef communities.
The alternative to ice involves pumping livers with blood, nutrients and medicines while in a machine.
Experts describe the challenges facing those investigating an alleged chemical attack in Syria.