BBC News - Science & Environment
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£20bn boost is needed to achieve the government's vision of a science-led economy, according to a study.
The country's government says it has become a dumping ground for wealthier nations.
The future of the critically endangered Sumatran rhino has been struck a blow, with the death of Malaysia's last male.
Overcrowding is blamed for an increase in deaths on the world's highest peak, but other factors are at play.
Millions of people in Great Britain live more than a 10-minute walk away from their nearest park or green space, a study calculates.
Steve Biro snapped the picture of 'Bruce' the bald eagle at a raptor conservation centre in Canada.
Scientists want thousands of volunteers to help record sightings of "spittle" and spittlebugs across the UK.
BBC's Megha Mohan finds out why voice assistant technologies often have female voices.
Young people all over the world are walking out of school in protest of climate change - and Belfast is no different.
Seven have died climbing the world's highest peak in a week - more than for the whole of last year.
A satellite spotted an oil slick trailing from a tanker mysteriously attacked off the UAE on 12 May.
From Australia to Europe, school children are skipping classes to call for action on climate change.
A Falcon-9 rocket launches from Florida, packed with 60 satellites capable of giving users on the ground high-speed connections to the internet.
The California firm launches the first spacecraft in its multi-billion-dollar broadband project.
You sent us thousands of questions about climate change. Here are some answers to the most common.
UK astronomer Arthur Eddington proved the German-born physicist's theory of relativity in May 1919.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the microscope became a million dollar idea.
The British Museum, which will store the shield, described it as a "absolutely phenomenal object".
Scientists' letter urges wealthy to help fight “ecological catastrophe”.
Atmospheric observations pinpoint eastern China as the source of rise in ozone-destroying chemicals.