BBC News - Science & Environment
Updated: 2 hours 34 min ago
Ministers hail the UK's "world leading" pollution plan, but green groups call it a missed opportunity.
Nobel Prize-winning scientist James Watson has repeated remarks about race and intelligence.
Readers, who pressed for the change, can compost or put the new packaging in their food waste bin.
Claire and Emily run a hub that empowers people to turn their old clothes into new ones.
The former Cambridge professor had received the highest honour in his subject - a Fields Medal.
Spektr-R has stopped receiving commands from Earth, Russian astrophysicists say.
The $3bn refurbishment of the original sat-phone network will help transform air-traffic surveillance.
The facility is set to produce 150 million tomatoes a year, helped by red LED lights and bees.
Zoologists in Belarus are helping the flying mammal to get some sleep during hibernation season.
Attorney general backs new look at whether air pollution was to blame for nine-year-old girl's death.
The Chinese space agency releases new vistas from the lunar surface featuring its lander and rover.
"I love their facial expressions," says wildlife cameraman Russell Savory.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how dynamite became a million dollar idea.
The haul, worth more than $1.3m (£1m), is one of the largest seized in South Africa in recent years.
Mysterious cosmic signals have been picked up. What are they and where do they come from?
UK engineers complete the build of a novel software-defined telecoms satellite called Quantum.
The innovative ICEYE radar spacecraft views the changing shape of the collapsed volcano.
A pet food manufacturer says switching to a dog food made of soldier flies will protect the environment.
Rare paint particles found in the teeth of a medieval nun indicate that she was an unknown illustrator of sacred texts.
A telescope picks up bursts of radio waves from a distant galaxy, shedding light on an astrophysical puzzle.