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The Food and Drug Administration authorises emergency use of the experimental anti-viral drug.
Native woodlands can resist the spread of invasive species if they block light reaching the ground.
Science instruments sense a big dip in seismic noise as the population stays at home.
Birds, elephants and primates are among those missing guests, zoos around the world say.
Mediterranean sediments are shown to have up to 1.9 million tiny plastic pieces per square metre.
The space agency announces the companies that will develop landers to return astronauts to the Moon.
US space agency satellites follow the melting trends in Antarctica and Greenland over 16 years.
UK scientists provide a new estimate for the amount of space rock falling to Earth each year.
The number at the heart of the decision whether to lift lockdown.
The discovery that the badger-like animal lived alongside dinosaurs challenges ideas about mammals.
Environmentalists say a misguided attempt to protect residents has damaged a sensitive ecosystem.
Devastated by hunting and logging, the chimps now face threats from coronavirus, says conservationist.
Scientists predict the explosive behaviour of two supermassive black holes almost to the hour.
Nicola Sturgeon says there may be "some benefit" in wearing a cloth face covering in enclosed areas.
Immunity is the crucial question and understanding it will tell us how the pandemic will end.
Downing Street confirms the PM's chief adviser attended Sage meetings but denies he is a member.
Tackling climate change must be woven into post-Covid economic solutions, UK ministers say.
The strategy devised by scientists was to keep large parts of society open but not everyone is convinced.
Public transport usage won't recover to pre-Covid19 levels once the lockdown ends, a survey suggests.