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Ministers question ‘latte levy’ on cups

A proposal to impose a so-called latte levy on throwaway coffee cups has been questioned by the gove..

Sir John Sulston human genome pioneer dies

British genome pioneer Sir John Sulston has died aged 75. He came to prominence as the British face..

Alien atmospheres recreated on Earth

Researchers have recreated the chemistry of atmospheres on distant planets for the first time in the..

Jupiter’s winds run deep into the planet

We are finally getting a look inside the biggest planet in the Solar System – Jupiter. And it is ver..

Ministers reject ‘latte levy’ on cups

A proposal to impose a so-called latte levy on throwaway coffee cups has been rejected by the govern..

X-ray probe to save Mary Rose cannonballs

Researchers are using powerful X-rays to look inside cannonballs found on the famous Tudor ship, the..

Amelia Earhart: Island bones ‘likely’ belonged to famed pilot

Bones discovered on a Pacific island in 1940 are "likely" to be those of famed pilot Amelia Earhart,..

Jupiter’s winds run deep into the planet

We are finally getting a look inside the biggest planet in the Solar System – Jupiter. And it is ver..

Ocean mappers line up for XPRIZE final

The $7m XPRIZE competition to find the innovative technologies that can map the world's oceans ..

Climate change ‘impacts women more than men’

Women are more likely than men to be affected by climate change, studies show. UN figures indicate ..

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