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Support for roads, aviation and fossil fuel drilling could undermine UK's green credentials at COP26.
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Sugar molecule in pigs rejected by the human immune system was eliminated by the surgeons
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Ros Atkins looks at how Europe is getting to grips with its emissions problem.
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Researchers in US say trial on dead person is a ‘significant step’ toward animal-to-human organ transplants
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Ministers say the new law will demonstrate global leadership, but critics accuse them of "inaction".
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A pilot study, led by Dr Paul Chazot of Durham University and GP Dr Gordon Dougal,
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The UK has reported its highest number of Covid deaths for seven months, as 223 were recorded within 28 days of a positive test for the virus.
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Reports grow of repeat SARS-CoV-2 infection as experts warn prevalence among schoolchildren risks health of older people as vaccines wane
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‘We are starting to see the impact of the false negative scandal in the numbers,’ says expert
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The Orion spacecraft is ready to be placed on top of a rocket that will send it towards the Moon.
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Trawl of 90,000 studies finds consensus, leading to call for Facebook and Twitter to curb disinformation
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Experts have speculated AY.4.2 could be 15 per cent more transmissible than original Delta variant but do not believe its emergence will be ‘catastrophic’ for UK
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The discovery could help scientists investigate dark matter or help find undiscovered particles
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Prof Phil Jones, portrayed in BBC drama The Trick, says climate scientists must be protected.
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Exclusive: Early work has begun on updating original Covid vaccine, with experts saying a Delta-focused vaccine could help bring widespread transmission in the UK ‘to an end’
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With weeks to go until the UK hosts a global climate summit, is the government on track to meet its own commitments?
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Experts have recommended developed countries adopt targets to reduce emissions to net zero by 2050.
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The government wants people to replace gas boilers with heat pumps.
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Dr Kit Yates, a mathematical biologist, explains why it took so long for errors to be traced back to a Wolverhampton lab, and what the consequences could be