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China's Jade Rabbit says a final goodbye and shuts down forever, after 31 months exploring the Moon, far outliving its predicted lifespan.
Scientists observe activity in the mouse brain which can explain why we get thirsty when we eat, and why cool water quenches thirst more quickly.
Moon Express becomes the first private firm to win US approval for an unmanned mission to the moon.
Photographs in which still objects can be manipulated are developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Photographs in which still objects can be manipulated are developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
A neuroscientist explains why Donald Trump found a crying baby at his rally so distracting.
Two Amur leopards - believed to be the world's rarest big cat - are born at Twycross Zoo.
The 2m-high Transit Elevated Bus took its inaugural test run in the streets of Hebei, much to the amazement of Chinese citizens.
Professor Brian Cox talks to the BBC about how why science can give us hope in a turbulent world.
Emily Voigt devoted three years of her life and visited fifteen countries in search of the rare Asian arowana.
The man who has taken charge of UK research funding says Brexit presents scientists with an opportunity.
The World Music Festival, Womad, hosted a science pavilion this year, but are such initiatives successful?
One of the last known populations of woolly mammoths became extinct because of a lack of drinking water, a study concludes.
Slow-motion replays of crimes in courtrooms may be distorting the outcomes of trials, according to US research.
Controlling human nerve cells with electricity could treat a range of disease including type-2 diabetes, a new company says.
A lynx that escaped from Dartmoor Zoo is back in his pen after more than three weeks on the run.
A whirling column of air and water mist provides a stunning sight off the Suffolk coast.
Researchers and donors tell the story of how your brain tissue can help with medical research.
Dr Laura Palmer shows us what happens inside a brain bank and and explains why such donations are vital.
A mobile phone game that has caught the attention of the world also appears to have caused a breakthrough with autism sufferers, as the Victoria Derbyshire programme finds out.