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Out of the laboratory and into the Amazon
Taking atmospheric science deep into the rainforest.
Feature | 19 Sep 2014
Mapping the Maltese escarpment
An international team of scientists has discovered a huge underwater canyon in the Mediterranean seabed...
Blog post | 19 Sep 2014
Linking sewage treatment with antibiotic resistance
Sewage plants could be helping spread antibiotic resistance.
Multimedia | 16 Sep 2014
Honeybee homing hampered by parasite
Exhausted workers struggle to make it back to the nest.
News | 3 Sep 2014
How marine life responds to underwater noise
Exploring the effects on fish of building offshore wind turbines.
Multimedia | 2 Sep 2014
That sinking feeling
What's behind the epidemic of sinkholes around the UK in early 2014?
Feature | 29 Aug 2014
Changes in farming and climate hurting British moths
Britain's moths menaced by climate change and habitat loss.
News | 28 Aug 2014
Abandoned landfills are polluting UK rivers
Over 27 tonnes of ammonium leaches into the Thames each year.
News | 26 Aug 2014
Pollen on migrating birds shows feeding grounds
Pollen in feathers reveals where they've been foraging.
News | 22 Aug 2014
Arctic bugs survive at -27°C
Spiders, beetles and flies are more resilient to the cold than thought.
News | 20 Aug 2014
The evolution of the British peppered moth
Scientists explain how the black peppered moth changed colour.
Multimedia | 19 Aug 2014
Isotopes reveal royal diet
Richard III led a life of luxury during brief reign.
News | 17 Aug 2014