BBC News - Science & Environment
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Researchers are blending mobile phones to find out what rare and precious metals are in them.
Europe's newest satellite at Mars has spied the landing site of the American-led InSight probe.
The European Bioinformatics Institute will use the money to enhance "storage and building capacity".
Wolves lead and dogs follow - but both can cooperate with us, say experts studying wolves tamed from birth.
The 16-year-old climate campaigner who has inspired school strikes is in the running to receive the Nobel.
Sir David Attenborough has written to the children saying he supports what they're doing.
Cambridge City Council has not decided how to mark the renowned physicist's life a year after his death.
Emma Haruka Iwao calculates the value of pi to 31 trillion digits, after a lifelong fascination.
Fifty years after the Neil Armstrong moment, these pictures show the value of photography to that mission.
The variety of pig bones found suggest people travelled a long way for the feasts, researchers say.
Climate change: fossil fuel burning will become a thing of the past for new homes
Despite gruesome lyrics, death metal does not desensitise fans to images of violence, a study shows.
Patricia Dowdy was accused of financial misconduct and failing to properly care for the scientist.
Scientists have found evidence of a huge blast of radiation from the Sun that hit Earth more than 2,000 years ago.
Thousands have joined the Trashtag Challenge and cleaned up litter-filled places along the way.
Ever wondered what happens to the household waste paper thrown out for recycling in Europe and the US?
The Royal Mint's tribute reflects the physicist's pioneering work and making science accessible.
Jack Harries is to appear in court after taking part in climate change protests.
A dairy firm is promising to make its farms carbon-neutral by 2050 in a move described as "ambitious".
The comments come as Public Health England publishes new recommendations on improving air quality.