» Satellites the size of a shoebox
25/09/17 15:55 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
US firm Planet Labs makes satellites you could hold in your hands, and has more in orbit than anyone else.

» Panda's habitat 'shrinking and becoming more fragmented'
25/09/17 15:08 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
Despite signs that numbers of giant pandas are rising, suitable habitat has shrunk, satellite data shows.

» Australia to create national space agency
25/09/17 14:19 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
The country is one of the few major developed nations not to have a dedicated agency.

» Is Bali volcano about to erupt?
25/09/17 08:21 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
Mount Agung on Bali is an active volcano that may be about to erupt for the first time in 54 years.

» Jim Salinger: Oz sizzles as climate action cools
24/09/17 23:51 from New Zealand Herald - Environment
This year is turning out to be a sizzler for Australia, showing that global warming is alive and well.However, as this country burns, climate action by the Australian and New Zealand governments seems tied up in knots.Let's recap...

» Scottish Power says UK will need to boost capacity
24/09/17 23:28 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
Scottish Power says electric cars and a shift to electric heating could mean a big rise in demand for electricity.

» The winners of 2017's Insight Astronomy Photographer award
24/09/17 12:59 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
Judges has to choose between 3,800 entries from all over the world.

» How killer flies have the fastest vision of any animal
24/09/17 07:14 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
Some flies see six times faster than us, catching prey in mid-air in less than a second.

» Air pollution can lead to potentially-fatal kidney disease
24/09/17 00:31 from New Zealand Herald - Environment
Kidney disease is the latest ailment linked to air pollution, a new study has found.The report from the American Society of Nephrology found that air pollution - even in small amounts - can damage your kidneys. Previous research...

» 'I fell from the top of the jungle to save an eagle'
23/09/17 23:21 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
Alexander Blanco's conservation work is helping to save the world's most powerful eagle.

» Jack Tame: Worms - the perfect city pet
23/09/17 17:00 from New Zealand Herald - Environment
It was the cruellest prank ever played in the Tame household.Mum and Dad, having resisted years of begging and pleading, called their brood into the lounge for a special family announcement."You kids have been so good this year,"...

» Jack Tame: Why worms are the perfect city pet
23/09/17 17:00 from New Zealand Herald - Environment
It was the cruellest prank ever played in the Tame household.Mum and Dad, having resisted years of begging and pleading, called their brood into the lounge for a special family announcement."You kids have been so good this year,"...

» Tongariro National Park - the gift that wasn't
22/09/17 17:00 from New Zealand Herald - Environment
NZ's first National Park turns 130 today, as the true intentions behind its beginning are poised to be realised.When a Ngati Tuwharetoa chief "gave" Tongariro and other volcanic peaks to the Crown 130 years ago today, creating the...

» Big Antarctic iceberg edges out to sea
22/09/17 16:04 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
The near-6,000 sq km block of ice known as A-68 looks finally to be on the move.

» New antibody attacks 99% of HIV strains
21/09/17 23:45 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
It will enter clinical trials to prevent and treat the infection next year.

» Neanderthal brains 'grew more slowly'
21/09/17 23:44 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
A new study shows that Neanderthal brains developed more slowly than ours.

» Birds 'churring' is a sign isles' shipwreck rats dying out
21/09/17 23:17 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
The call of storm petrels are recorded for the first time on islands where rats came ashore from shipwrecks.

» How business is driving the new space race
21/09/17 23:04 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
Why firms are spending millions to beat each other into orbit

» Bright sparks
21/09/17 20:52 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
The fast-growing US solar industry is at odds with itself - and the decision may be left to Trump.

» Sir David Attenborough on his hunt for the Kimodo Dragon
21/09/17 20:12 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
Sir David Attenborough spoke to the BBC about Zoo Quest, the environment and the planet's future.

» Editorial: A shift in priorities as country goes to the polls
21/09/17 17:00 from New Zealand Herald - Environment
Politics in New Zealand tends to straddle the middle ground. This is unlikely to change much after Saturday, regardless of which party gets the most votes. The electorate, while it may be in a mood for change, is not so much demanding...

» Ancient DNA sheds light on African history
21/09/17 16:08 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
DNA from ancient remains is used to reconstruct thousands of years of population history in Africa.

» Plant-eating dinosaurs 'strayed from veggie diet'
21/09/17 15:12 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
The idea of plant-eating dinosaurs having a strict vegetarian diet is called into question.

» 'We are planning weekly rocket launches'
21/09/17 11:30 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
The small satellite industry is the fastest growing part of the space sector "and they all require launch" says Rocket Lab boss Peter Beck.

» The lecture that changed biology
21/09/17 09:59 from BBC News | Science/Nature | World Edition
Evolutionary biologist Matthew Cobb unpicks a lecture that, sixty years ago, set the course for the genetic revolution.

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