BBC News - Science & Environment
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China has fitted the final piece on what is set to be the world's largest radio telescope, the size of 30 football fields and worth $180m (£135m).
The BBC's defence correspondent Jonathan Beale finds out more about the development of new military technology, including whether a drone can be chemically "grown".
This lion's role on a farm in northern Russia will surprise you.
When the US space agency’s latest probe to Jupiter tries to enter into orbit around the planet on Tuesday, it will be relying on a British rocket engine.
UK science is one of the biggest winners from Britain's membership of the EU. Now it stands to lose the most from Brexit.
Three orangutans rescued from forest fires in Indonesia are returned to the wild by International Animal Rescue workers.
Prof Sir Tom Kibble is posthumously awarded the highest UK honour for physics.
Futurologist Alvin Toffler predicted everything from the rise of the Internet to the decline of the nuclear family, but he wasn't always right
Researchers say they have found the first clear evidence that the thinning in the ozone layer above Antarctica is starting to heal.
The president of the Royal Society calls on the government to guarantee the residency of EU citizens in the UK.
The UK government has set a world-leading climate change target up to the early 2030s.
The Rosetta probe will be crash-landed on Comet 67P on Friday 30 September, the European Space Agency has confirmed.
A world-leading climate change target up to the early 2030s is set to be confirmed by the British government, cutting emissions by 57%.
Sir Paul Nurse says UK science will suffer unless any post-Brexit agreement allows the free movement of people.
Human disturbances are putting the Amazon rainforest at greater risk of fire, say researchers.
Human disturbances are making the Amazon rainforest 'more flammable' say researchers.
Prime Minister David Cameron is being urged to ratify the Paris climate agreement before leaving office.
Scientists in Switzerland have created a robotic salamander that mimics the gait of the ancient amphibian in great detail.
Nasa has conducted a second round of test on a booster which is designed to send human beings deep into space.
The UK Science Minister, Jo Johnson, says that world class research will "endure" following the Brexit.