BBC News - Science & Environment
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Scientists piece together the skull of an ancient bird, which had a primitive beak lined with teeth.
In his last paper, the Cambridge physicist tackles multiple universes and a cosmic paradox.
London scientist Tom Pike is looking forward to InSight, Nasa's new mission to the Red Planet.
Sounds from the Great Barrier Reef have got quieter over the past five years.
Old divisions between rich and poor are again threatening to limit progress in UN climate negotiations.
Take time to smell the roses, the saying goes, as a study shows they may smell even sweeter in future.
Kim and Amanda are dedicated to educating women about plastic-free reusable period products.
British and American scientists will assess the stability of one of Antarctica's biggest ice streams.
How solar power is giving the site of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster a new beginning.
The female bird of prey was given a traditional Native American farewell in Canada.
Hairs on the caterpillars can cause fevers and eye and throat irritations, officials say.
Scientists raise ethical concerns as the brain cells of decapitated pigs are kept alive for 36 hours.
The EU's new satellite pollution-tracker will be a powerful tool to monitor vessels' emissions.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year excludes a winning image for featuring a taxidermy specimen.
Member states will vote on an almost complete ban on the use of chemicals linked to harming bees.
Nasa and Esa sign a letter of intent that could lead to the first "round trip" to the Red Planet.
The largest ever survey of western lowland gorillas shows most are living in unprotected areas.
Europe's latest Earth observation satellite will focus on the behaviour and health of oceans.
The customised robot is part of a study looking at how technology can help those in rural areas.
More than 40 firms including Coca-Cola have promised to reduce harmful packaging.