The incredible history of the UK's heirloom plants and why they're set to make a comeback.
OneWeb, the high-profile London-based satellite start-up, files for bankruptcy protection in the US.
New data confirms the improvement in air quality over Europe - a by-product of the coronavirus crisis.
Scientists find out more about the threats of plastic to thousands of fish, whales and other aquatic life.
Public transport and active travel will be the "natural first choice", the Transport Secretary says.
Neanderthals were eating fish, mussels and seals at a site in present-day Portugal, according to a new study.
The newest branch of the US military, established by President Trump, goes into orbit for the first time.
Smuggled pangolins were carrying viruses closely related to the one sweeping the world, say scientists.
Pre-1960s handwritten rain gauge data can inform drought and flood planning, but only if digitised.
The third such event in five years prompts scientists to renew urgent warnings about climate change.
The possibility of infection in great apes like gorillas warrants the utmost caution, say experts.
Solar, wind and hydro electric installations are often built in conservation areas.
A tiny, 555-million-year-old seafloor creature reveals why our bodies are organised the way they are.
Across wild mammal species, females live over 18% longer than males because of genetics and environment.
Nasa scientists probe Denman Glacier which fills the deepest land gorge on Earth.
The device managed to pump oxygenated blood into both organs in a world-first procedure.
The London-based start-up expands its network with a Soyuz launch from Baikonur in Kazakhstan
A billion-year-old continent was larger than previously thought, Canadian geologists find.
Greg Clark, the Commons Science Select Committee chair, praises government use of expert advice.
Some regions show significant drops in air pollutants as the coronavirus hits work and travel.
Fears that electric cars could actually increase carbon emissions are a baseless, a study suggests.
Programmes, such as Sir David Attenborough's, triggered a greater interest in species.
Few scientists think climate change will cause society to collapse any time soon - but some people are getting ready anyway.
The US-German Grace satellites saw Greenland shed 600 billion tonnes of ice by the end of summer last year.
BBC News looks at what we know and don't know about the Earth's changing climate.
From Greta Thunberg to oil firms, people are pushing for more trees to be planted - but why?
Scientists quantify the role played by warming in the country's recent bushfires.
The Swedish teenager started a climate change protest that grew into a global movement of millions.
If coronavirus can be transferred on to surfaces, safe food shopping presents challenges.
The US space agency is suspending production and testing of its Moon rocket and capsule systems.
A drone photo of crabeater seals resting on an ice float is overall winner in a nature photography competition.
How the launch of the Hubble telescope wasn't all plain sailing.
Evidence of past underwater landslides suggests giant waves probably hit the British territory.
The huge challenge the world faces to find an exit strategy to end the lockdowns and return to normal.
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