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Julius Caesar’s Britain invasion site ‘found by archaeologists’

Archaeologists believe they may have uncovered the first evidence of Julius Caesar's invasion o..

‘Unnatural’ microbe can make proteins

An altered microbe with an "unnatural" genetic code has been shown to assemble proteins – a key step..

The other Dodo: Extinct bird that used its wings as clubs

The extinct Dodo had a little-known relative on another island. This fascinating bird ultimately suf..

Little Foot skeleton unveiled in South Africa

One of the oldest and most complete skeletons of humankind's ancestors has been unveiled in Sou..

Farthest monster black hole found

Astronomers have discovered the most distant "supermassive" black hole known to science. The matter..

Food waste: Clearer label plan in bid to cut

A new attempt is being made to improve labelling to prevent edible food going to waste. The waste a..

Teenage brains ‘not wired for high stakes’

Brain immaturity during adolescence could explain why some teenagers fail to respond to incentives s..

UK enjoyed ‘greenest year for electricity ever’ in 2017

The UK has achieved its greenest year ever in terms of how the nation's electricity is generate..

Hidden history of prehistoric women’s work revealed

Grinding grain for hours a day gave prehistoric women stronger arms than today's elite female r..

New Sentinel satellite tracks dirty air

It's been working less than a month but already the UK-Dutch-built Sentinel-5P satellite is ret..

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