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Polar research merger ruled out
Controversial plans to merge the British Antarctic Survey and the National Oceanography Centre have been ruled out, the UK science minister announces.
'Beaver tourism': can it work?
Can the controversial project help ecosystems and the economy?
Cobra meeting over ash dieback
The government's emergency committee Cobra is meeting to discuss the fungal threat to the nation's ash trees, which has devastated trees abroad.
Soaked UK could be set for floods
The Environment Agency says the wettest recorded April-June period has soaked the UK to capacity, meaning even modest rain could cause floods.
Laundry drying 'a risk to health'
Drying laundry in the home poses a health risk to those prone to asthma, hay fever and other allergies, according to new research.
Why the highest jump almost didn't happen
Why the space dive almost didn't happen
VIDEO: ISS crew 'Vogue' before spacewalk
Astronauts preparing for a six-and-a-half hour spacewalk to perform maintenance on the International Space Station warmed up for the task by dancing to Madonna's Vogue.
No deal on Antarctic reserves
Nations meeting in Australia fail to reach agreement on new marine protected areas for the Antarctic, deferring a decision until next year.
Elephant learns to mimic Korean
An Asian elephant can imitate human speech by placing the tip of his trunk into his mouth, scientists report.
Lab rodents drowned in NY floods
Thousands of lab rodents have drowned after storm Sandy caused flooding at a university centre in New York.
Petrol from air revisited: The energy storage debate
The petrol-from-air story lifts the lid on a wider energy storage issue
Climategate: Police file revealed
Freedom of information sheds light on Climategate
The bird men of Warburg PoW camp
The ornithologists of Warburg PoW camp
Experts' '6000-year-old' find
Remains of a prehistoric enclosure, possibly dating back to 3800 BC, are discovered by archaeologists in Truro.
Leaving our mark: What will be left of our cities?
What traces will our cities leave in Earth's future rocks?
Illegal waste sites identified
The Environment Agency says a new taskforce has led to a sharp increase in identifying illegal waste sites.
Have India’s poor become human guinea pigs?
Families say doctors secretly tried out drugs on them
Rats and men meet in cyberspace
Robots and virtual reality have helped rats and humans meet, interact and play a game.
Nuclear planners visit Anglesey
Officials from Japanese firm Hitachi visit Anglesey after buying a project to build a new nuclear power station on the island.
'No change' on wind farms - PM
There has been no change in policy on renewable energy, the prime minister says, after a minister suggests there are "enough" onshore wind turbines.
Prehistoric town found in Europe
Archaeologists in north-east Bulgaria unearth what they believe to be the oldest prehistoric town found to date in Europe.
Hedgehog trapped in crisp packet
A baby hedgehog which found itself trapped in a crisp packet is released after a three-and-a-half hour rescue.
VIDEO: Beekeepers stung by low honey yield
A cold, wet summer has led to a huge drop in the amount of honey produced by UK beehives.
Martian soil sample 'like Hawaii'
The results are in from the Mars rover Curiosity's first taste of Martian soil - and it looks like what geologists see on the Hawaiian islands.
Earliest fossil flying fish found
New flying fish fossils found in China reveal earliest evidence of over-water gliding in vertebrates.
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