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British and American scientists will assess the stability of one of Antarctica's biggest ice streams.
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How solar power is giving the site of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster a new beginning.
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The female bird of prey was given a traditional Native American farewell in Canada.
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Hairs on the caterpillars can cause fevers and eye and throat irritations, officials say.
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Scientists raise ethical concerns as the brain cells of decapitated pigs are kept alive for 36 hours.
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The EU's new satellite pollution-tracker will be a powerful tool to monitor vessels' emissions.
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year excludes a winning image for featuring a taxidermy specimen.
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Member states will vote on an almost complete ban on the use of chemicals linked to harming bees.
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Nasa and Esa sign a letter of intent that could lead to the first "round trip" to the Red Planet.
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The largest ever survey of western lowland gorillas shows most are living in unprotected areas.
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Europe's latest Earth observation satellite will focus on the behaviour and health of oceans.
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The customised robot is part of a study looking at how technology can help those in rural areas.
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Lava has risen above the crater floor in Hawaii's Kilauea volcano for the first time since 2016.
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Fourteen galaxies pile into a small region of space... only one can emerge.
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A European space telescope measures the precise positions and distances to over one billion stars.
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A new study says dozens at the Oland island fort were killed and left to rot where they fell.
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The French president received more than one standing ovation in his remarks to Congress on climate change.
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Things are unusually quiet in Oklahoma and Kansas this year as 2018 could see the latest start to the tornado season on record.
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The UK is looking at its own sat-nav system if the EU locks it out of Galileo because of Brexit.
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This Brittany farm could be available to someone who will preserve its traditional methods.
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Scientists have modified a plant's genes to make it produce high levels of a key malaria drug, potentially helping meet the large global demand.
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Discovery prompts fear that melting ice will allow more plastic to be released back into the oceans.
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How to revive drowsy bees
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A vet gives advice on how to assist dehydrated bumblebees emerging from hibernation.
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The planet Uranus has clouds made up of hydrogen sulphide, the gas that gives rotten eggs their unpleasant smell.
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An activist who helped expose a water crisis in a US town has been awarded a prestigious environment prize.
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