BBC News - Science & Environment
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There's a looming crisis over the world's appetite for meat. This chicken nugget may be the answer.
Can chicken nuggets grown in a lab actually taste like... well... chicken? A taste test on lab-grown meat.
The project to race a car at more than 1,000mph runs into a financial roadblock, with the company behind the venture going into administration.
It is first time fracking has occurred in the UK since it was linked to earthquakes in 2011.
Rangers in Maryland help "Buckethead", three days after it is spotted with a plastic jar on its head.
The US president says he accepts the climate is changing but does not want to "lose millions of jobs".
The UK-led supersonic car project runs into a major funding roadblock that could stall it for good.
A love for fermented fruit means the kereru can get tipsy at times, falling out of trees.
Ministers are responding to scientists' climate challenge. But are they doing enough so far?
Climate scientists say we must eat less meat but the UK government will not sell that message.
Who was Miss Harrisson? We now know the story of the gardening pioneer denied a scholarship in 1898.
Puffin populations are struggling, but some young volunteers are coming to their rescue.
A team is preparing for the trip to the "most remote construction site in the world".
Descendants of the 15th Century residents are now fighting to have it recognised as their homeland.
Fracking for shale gas can go ahead for first time in the UK since it was linked to earthquakes in 2011.
When he was searched by police, Daniel Lingham said: "I've been a silly man, haven't I?"
Five southern koalas have been flown from Australia to the UK to create a back-up population.
Scientists say that more than 100 thousand varieties of rice have been safeguarded for the future.
Cars, planes, heating, fracking and food will come under scrutiny as the UK bids to keep climate change to 1.5C.
Stephen Hawking's final scientific paper has been released, and deals with one of the central topics in the physicist's 56-year-long career.