BBC News - Science & Environment
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Bad weather in Italy and Spain is significantly increasing the price of vegetables across northern Europe
The Breakfast team have been monkeying around with one of the stars of new series 'Spy in the Wild'.
US scientists develop a robotic sleeve that can help hearts pump when they fail to work properly.
Donald Trump's choice to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt, has faced some tough questioning at his confirmation hearing.
Primates are facing an extinction crisis, according to researchers who have found that 60% of species are under threat.
The onboard atomic clocks that drive the satellite-navigation signals on Europe's Galileo network have been failing at an alarming rate.
Temperature data for 2016 shows it is likely to have edged ahead of 2015 as the world's warmest year.
A smartphone attachment that analyses DNA could help improve cancer and tuberculosis treatments.
The moth, which has a wingspan of just over a centimetre, was discovered in California.
The payment to the UN Green Climate Fund was announced three days before Donald Trump takes office.
A technique designed to help parents affected by genetic disorders is used to tackle infertility.
UK engineers finish the assembly of a wind-observing satellite that meteorologists expect to have a major impact on weather forecasts.
Babies learn language in the early months of life, and retain this knowledge, say scientists.
Aerial video shows a huge ice crack which is forcing British Antarctic Survey staff to leave their base.
Documentary maker reflects on the life of astronaut Gene Cernan, following his death.
Video footage showing snow leopards and common leopards sharing the same habitat causes alarm.
US astronaut Gene Cernan, commander of Apollo 17, has died, his family and Nasa announce.
A giant wave in the atmosphere of Venus may be the biggest of its kind in the Solar System.
The incoming Trump administration accepts far more of the research on climate change than many of their political supporters, say British scientists.
The British Antarctic Survey is pulling all staff out of the space-age Halley base in March because of a big crack in nearby ice.