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The two countries will create research facilities on the surface and/or in the moon's orbit.
Manufacturers will be obliged to make spare parts for appliances available to consumers.
The space agency has completed the assembly of two boosters for its "megarocket", the SLS.
The team believed they had found evidence of particles useful to developing quantum computing.
Divers in the Philippines find personal protective equipment (PPE) among rubbish on a coral reef.
The photos were used to help a Facebook algorithm learn to recognise images without supervision.
The meeting in London comes ahead of crucial international summits later this year.
Ecologist Jamie Kingscott took a photograph of thousands of starlings as they surrounded his car.
London Zoo staff explain how they - and the animals - have coped in their most difficult year.
Last year Singapore approved the sale of 'chicken' grown in a lab. What is it exactly - and could it be better for the planet?
West Cumbria Mining says Cumbria County Council's latest decision "cannot be justified".
Wisdom is believed to have had more than 30 chicks in her life so far, and several partners.
The map will help to plan interventions such as tree planting and peat bog restoration.
Dealing with a Covid lockdown is tough - now poultry farmers face a second viral challenge.
These three artists turn complex research into easy to digest information to help fight coronavirus.
Two reports from MPs cast doubt on the government's approach to meeting its climate change goals.
Retreating Himalayan glaciers can become hazardous but such dangers are not being monitored, experts say.
A Supreme Court judge in Brazil orders an investigation following the BBC's report into the trade.
American scientists are working on a plan to "grow" wood in a laboratory without sunlight or soil.
Every year, 23 million truckloads of food go straight into the waste bin, according to the UN.