BBC News - Science & Environment
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Here's five things we can do to help prevent global temperatures rising more than 1.5 degrees C.
The test could help explain why people with apparently no risk factors can still have a heart attack.
The Hubble Space Telescope is operating with only essential functions after it lost one of three gyroscopes needed to point the spacecraft.
William Nordhaus and Paul Romer win prize for research on how climate and technology affect the economy.
The most important messages from the landmark report on global warming.
A new study urges rapid and fundamental changes "in all aspects of society" to limit climate warming.
Space X's mission to the Moon will be the first lunar journey by humans since 1972.
Ukraine launches its first solar plant in the abandoned area around the former nuclear power station.
Scientists sign a statement condemning an Italian researcher who said physics was "built by men".
An eight-year-old girl found a pre-Viking era sword while swimming in a lake in Sweden during the summer.
The government says it has a clear plan, but many in the nuclear sector are concerned for the future.
Using technologies to keep global temperature rise below 1.5C is "crazy" but may be the only way.
The industry is blamed for damaging the environment, fuelling climate change and polluting water.
Water shortages mean the laundry industry is adopting various technologies to reduce consumption.
Children's drawings of nightmarish scenarios illustrate climate change's impact in the Mekong Delta.
Sir David Attenborough on Love Island, Global Warming, population growth and meat eating.
Astronomers have announced the possible discovery of the first known moon outside our Solar System.
Zoos can help save animals not just cage them, says veteran wildlife photographer Joel Sartore.
Donna Strickland has become the first woman in 55 years to win the Nobel Prize in Physics.
Four pioneering women who changed the face of physics from the 1800s to the present day.