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India's ancient mammals survived multiple pressures
Most of the mammals that lived in ancient India are still around today.
News | 17 Apr 2014
Mapping marine sand and gravel
How geology helps secure essential sand and gravel supplies.
Feature | 16 Apr 2014
Joggers at higher risk of pollution than walkers
Walking at average pace means breathing in least pollution.
News | 16 Apr 2014
How to tackle air pollution
Only a third of traffic pollution comes from car exhausts.
Multimedia | 15 Apr 2014
Cod may serenade females with rhythmic grunts
Male cod may 'sing' to females during mating.
News | 14 Apr 2014
Science without borders
Studying an enigmatic volcano in one of the world's most secretive states.
Feature | 11 Apr 2014
Invasive species hitchhike on water sports kit
Invasive species could be hitching a ride on water sports kit.
News | 10 Apr 2014
Neanderthals bred with humans, study confirms
New genetic technique 'rules out' alternative theory.
News | 9 Apr 2014
Chemical atlas will help us measure climate change effect on oceans
An international team of scientists has created the world's first chemical atlas of the oceans. The...
Blog post | 8 Apr 2014
Volcanism may affect microbial respiration
Volcanic eruptions may disrupt global nitrogen cycle.
News | 4 Apr 2014
Young elephant mums risk survival
Asian elephants that reproduce at a younger age risk lifespan.
News | 2 Apr 2014
Measuring methane above the Arctic
Monitoring methane to find out why the Arctic is warming so fast.
Multimedia | 1 Apr 2014