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A German technology firm have developed a digital marsupial, a robotic kangaroo that can leap and land with precision.
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Stressing the components inside a 1,000mph car
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The BBC's Nick Higham talks to James Lovelock, the author of Rough Ride to the Future, which predicts the earth's future
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Pollution over parts of the UK remain high but forecasters suggest it could be blown away by "clean Atlantic air" on Friday.
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The woman who lost a dog and gained 200 sloths
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Nasa's robot doctor will see you now
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The evidence for an ocean of water under the surface of one of Saturn's moons is overwhelming, according to scientists. Pallab Ghosh reports.
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The European Union begins the roll-out of its multi-billion-euro series of Earth-observation satellites called Sentinels.
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New measurements by Nasa's Cassini probe suggest Saturn's moon Enceladus hides a mass of liquid water as big as Lake Superior under its icy surface.
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Monique Pool is used to rescuing and rehabilitating sloths at her home in Paramaribo, Suriname - but even she was left struggling when 200 arrived at once.
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The Met Office expect changing weather to begin to move the high levels of air pollution affecting parts of the UK in the next 24 hours.
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One of the UK's top doctors says there is an accumulating body of evidence that highlights a link between urban green space and benefits to human wellbeing.
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Why do zebras have stripes? Scientists at the University of California reveal the answer.
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A planned expansion of badger culling to reduce TB in cattle is being abandoned after culls in pilot areas were ineffective, the government says.
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Andrew Grieve, who is the senior air quality analyst at King's College, London, talks to Carol Kirkwood about pollution levels in the city.
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Scientists digitally reconstruct the scene of a dinosaur 110 million year-old dinosaur chase.
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The European Union begins the roll-out on Thursday of the biggest Earth-observation programme ever conceived - with the launch of the Sentinel-1a radar satellite from French Guiana.
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Scientists digitally reconstruct the scene of a dinosaur chase - preserved in the mud of an ancient river bed in Texas.
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Scottish gamekeepers begin their biggest ever conservation project aimed at halting the decline of the nation's vulnerable wading birds.
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England's only resident golden eagle is looking for a new mate - 10 years after his last one disappeared.
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Air pollution reaches "high levels" in parts of rural south-east England, Defra confirms.
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Members of a group are more likely to lie after they inhale the "love hormone" oxytocin, a study finds.
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New satellite fleet to keep a constant watch on Earth.
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Five low-tech ways to cope with air pollution
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Health warnings have been issued by the government as pollution spreading across England is forecast to hit high levels.
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