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Scientists found the new species during a survey of a marine protected area off Scotland.
The intrepid submarine has made its first significant discovery, say UK scientists.
Edinburgh University leads an international research programme to assess the health of the Atlantic.
Scientists have found a muscle that allows dogs to make 'puppy eyes' and bond with humans.
Ministers say "no" to MPs' plans cut waste and emissions from fashion industry.
Heathrow's luggage system handles 180,000 items per day. Tom Burridge takes a look inside.
Photographer Hugh Kinsella Cunningham captures close-up portraits of some of the world's most dangerous snakes.
Concerns have been raised over the suitability of a site in Sutherland aiming to become the UK's first major spaceport.
It aims to protect drivers from accident hazards and reverse a decline in small wildlife numbers.
Two former vets from Essex and their children are showing others how it is possible to live self-sufficiently.
Marine biologist Ilena Zanella vowed to save the shark after diving with them off Costa Rica.
Technology is making it possible to tailor treatments to ever smaller groups of patients.
The Earth's biodiversity is decreasing at a faster rate than ever before. Why is this happening?
The annual remaking of the last remaining Inca rope bridge at Q'eswachaka in Peru.
UK sensors placed under the Greenland Ice Sheet will monitor how its glaciers slide towards the ocean.
A group of divers are taking beach clean ups to the next level by diving for litter under water.
Scientists destroy final UK laboratory samples of rinderpest, the disease that wiped out most of the cattle in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Oil company bosses have been rapped by the Pope for seeking more of the fossil fuels that are damaging the climate.
Actress Bonnie Wright, who played Ginny Weasley, meets children who are upcycling their toys.
Police said nine people in total had been arrested in connection with the demonstration in the Cromarty Firth.