BBC News - Science & Environment
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Camera traps caught images of the critically endangered Indochinese tigers in eastern Thailand.
Scientists have made a mini working replica of the female reproductive tract to experiment on.
Europe is going to investigate a second site on Mars - called Mawrth Vallis - as a possible destination to send its 2021 rover.
Environmentalists warn Mr Trump's order will have serious consequences at home and abroad.
A senior researcher claims ministers are using a flawed method for assessing badger numbers in the TB cull.
The origins of house mice go back about 15,000 years to the Middle East, fossil evidence suggests.
Scientists describe a remarkable collection of dinosaur tracks on beaches in Western Australia.
An Australian university has asked amateur stargazers to help find a possible ninth planet.
After years of protest, the University of Melbourne has removed the name of a controversial figure.
The scale of "fake research" in the UK appears to have been underestimated, a BBC investigation suggests.
Scientists locate the source of powerful tsunamis that swept across Mars three billion years ago.
Research is under way to determine how clock changes affect children's sleep patterns.
What evidence is there that Finland's famous baby boxes actually reduce infant mortality rates?
The State Department says the project, blocked by Barack Obama, is in the national interest.
For centuries, people in the Alps have attributed health issues, headaches in particular, to the mountain wind known as the Foehn.
Researchers are warning of a "devastating" loss of coral at the Dongsha Atoll in the South China Sea.
The British-led effort to break the World Land Speed Record is delayed by cash-flow problems to 2018.
After years of planning, scientists are set now to send missions to explore the ocean world of Europa.
A mature stag has learnt how to use its antlers to lift bird feeders off garden trees.
Researchers are using genome sequencing to make sure patients get the right drugs more quickly.