BBC News - Science & Environment
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Only weeks after reopening, Australia's fire-ravaged Mogo Zoo had to close again because of Covid-19.
Nasa's Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken are a week away from their flight to the space station.
UK businessman Sir Richard Branson is looking to Saturday to debut one of his new space systems.
Doug Loverro steps down the week before the US's first crewed launch in almost a decade.
UK scientists create the first wide-area maps of microscopic algae growing in coastal Antarctica.
People displaced by extreme weather are forced to break Covid-19 social distancing safety guidelines.
A report lists some of the best ways people can tackle their own contribution to climate change.
An analysis shows a huge daily CO2 drop, but a return to car travel may see emissions rebound.
Palaeontologists say the remains date back 70 million years, close to the end of the dinosaurs.
The elaphrosaur roamed Australia 110 million years ago and was related to the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Scientists make a surprising discovery about the Red Planet by playing with mud in the laboratory.
A rise in electric-bikes would extend the range of cyclists using them to commute, a study finds.
Increases in rainfall in England could impact ambulance and fire crew response times.
UK scientists aim to build some of the most sophisticated models yet for how rock moves inside the planet.
The Atlas V rocket, carrying the X-37B space plane, launched from Cape Canaveral on Sunday.
Baby orangutans are learning new skills from their human surrogate parents.
Manchester is spearheading a new effort to create space for walking and cycling.
Scientists use the precious element to grade the quality of the natural sweetener.
The UK’s first climate assembly is holding its final sessions this weekend.
Military scientists at Porton Down have shown the BBC the work they are doing investigating coronavirus.