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Increased sightings of bluefin tuna off the UK are linked to the warming effect of a long term ocean current.
It is the first attempt to land robotic craft on the side of the Moon which never faces Earth.
The New Horizons spacecraft confirms its "healthy" status after a historic encounter with an icy world.
A year ago China imposed a ban on waste imports, so what's happened to the UK's plastic?
Organisers had planned to release 130,000 balloons at a Manila nightclub to ring in the new year.
Dr Nancy Grace Roman, the first woman to hold a senior leadership position at Nasa, has died at 93.
History will be made on Tuesday when the New Horizons probe sweeps past a far-off icy world.
Aryans are not the earliest or only source of Indian civilisation, suggests new research on genetic ancestry.
A British Army officer has become the second person ever to trek unaided across Antarctica.
A puppy was saved from a frozen lake by a police diver in Turkey.
Satellite images indicate Anak Krakatau has now lost over two-thirds of its height and volume.
Authorities in Ecuador say animals suffered elevated heart rates and anxiety after pyrotechnic shows.
A species of duck thought to have been wiped out a decade ago is re-released at a lake in Madagascar.
Conservationists hope to save a species of duck called the Madagascar pochard from extinction.
There are only 67 Javan rhinos left in the world and they all live in sight of Anak Krakatau volcano.
From the search for life in the Universe to fighting fires in Antarctica, here's a festive selection of the best science long reads from 2018.
Recycling your Christmas tree could help provide the materials needed to make food sweeteners and paint, as well as help cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Ten weather events linked to climate change caused damage over $1bn in 2018, according to a study.
A selection of the best science and environment published this year.
The government wants to double the charge and extend it to all shops in England, to cut plastic use.