BBC News - Science & Environment
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How UK astronaut Tim Peake will get back from the International Space Station (ISS).
A female tortoise in southern India is given a new lease of life after losing both legs.
Member states of the European Space Agency have reaffirmed their commitment to launch a rover to Mars in 2020.
Scientists announce the detection at Earth of another burst of gravitational waves coming from a black hole merger.
Jack Conway was working in a bog cutting turf when he came across a massive chunk of butter.
The BBC's Andrew Bomford dives more than 100 metres underwater in a submarine to see the wreck of the Britannic in the Aegean, where it sank in 1916.
Tim Peake is likely to feel unsteady after landing says fellow British astronaut Helen Sharman.
Has Tim Peake got the best photo album on (and off) Earth? As his space mission comes to an end, we compile some of his best shots along with his comments.
As UK astronaut Tim Peake comes back to Earth, BBC News has compiled some of the best Esa videos from his six-month mission.
As British astronaut Tim Peake ends his mission, BBC News takes a look at the spacesuit used for launch and re-entry.
UK crops could potentially be "devastated" by an infestation of a species of moth arriving from continental Europe, scientists say.
Blood bags used as evidence in a major Spanish cycling doping scandal must be handed over to authorities for investigation, a court rules.
Scientists identify a completely new type of meteorite that likely originated in a huge asteroid collision some 470 million years ago.
Scientists have learned that cabbage and cauliflower crops could potentially be "devastated" by an infestation of moths from continental Europe.
The zoo in Georgia's capital Tbilisi has been slowly re-populating with animals, after flooding last year killed nearly half of its former residents.
A big spike in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels means the greenhouse gas is about to pass a symbolic threshold.
Scientists say they have developed a better way to predict how diseases such as Lassa fever jump from animals to humans.
Leading scientists have been particularly vocal in arguing against the UK leaving the European Union. But how would Brexit really affect UK science, asks Tom Feilden.
A plane powered only by the sun travels to New York City for a photoshoot at the Statue of Liberty, ahead of crossing the Atlantic Ocean.
A group of 13 Nobel prize-winning scientists warn leaving the EU poses a "key risk" to British science.