BBC: SCIENCE & ENVIRONMENT
Sixty years after his father did it first, Kelly Walsh dives to the deepest point in Earth's oceans.
Greta Thunberg says the world needs to treat climate change with similar urgency to Covid-19.
A new analysis says global sport faces major disruption from climate change in coming decades.
Scientists estimate "lost allotments" in the UK could have provided 6% of the population with their "five-a-day" diet.
A new Russian-German space observatory produces the most detailed ever all-sky image seen in X-rays.
Animals sold in markets and restaurants in Southeast Asia harbour multiple coronaviruses, study shows.
The Xenon 1T experiment may have found signs of a previously undetected dark matter particle.
The football-like fossil has puzzled scientists since it was found in Antarctica almost a decade ago.
Japanese researchers succeed in fertilising pears using pollen carried on a soap bubble.
A genetic survey of ancient remains from Ireland reveals the existence of a Stone Age social elite.
Britain and America pave the way for US companies to launch their rockets from UK soil.
Could the least exciting bit of Elon Musk's empire end up being the most transformative?
UK satellite manufacturers will soon have the use of one of the biggest test vessels in Europe.
Self-isolation, job loss and fear of Covid-19 are just some factors affecting our mental health.
Airbus-UK wins a contract to advance the design of a robot for the Red Planet with four big wheels.
Queens "quack" when ready to hatch - but if two are free at the same time, they fight to the death.
A group promoting alternatives to the car said one garden village could be seven miles from a shop.
A joint European-Russian satellite observes a light in Mars’ atmosphere that's generated by oxygen.
The firm expects prices to be lower as plans to cut carbon emissions are sped up in the wake of coronavirus.
The UK-built Solar Orbiter will track by our star on Monday at a distance of just over 77 million km.
Kathy Sullivan is the first person to ever travel to both space and the bottom of the ocean.
With species fast disappearing, the world needs a single target for fighting extinction, say experts.
Creating a job in insulation costs £59,000 compared to £250,000 for a job in road maintenance, a report suggests.
Can abandoned British coal mines help tackle the climate crisis?
The pandemic has seen CO2 emissions fall - but will these changes be permanent?
CO2 is at the heart of our changing climate. Here's why.
An expedition of top UK botanists into previously unexplored rainforest in Colombia found rare species.
Pandemic hunting scientists warn of a 'perfect storm' for new diseases to emerge from wildlife.
There are concerns coronavirus might be starting to spread in parts of England again.
The US Air Force will pit an advanced autonomous aircraft against a piloted plane in tests.
A top climate scientist has called for more investment in climate computing.
The Covid crisis is putting the survival of one of the UK's largest zoos at risk.
The bee-eating Asian hornet has already reached the Channel Islands and beekeepers fear it could soon reach the UK mainland.
A guide to SpaceX's Crew Dragon vehicle, which carried astronauts to the space station.
BBC News profiles the space travellers who will launch in SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule.
Two astronauts launched into orbit for historic mission to the International Space Station.
How SpaceX's stylish spacesuit differs from other attire flown by astronauts.
Why has SpaceX launched astronauts to the International Space Station for Nasa?
Ahead of the launch of the Crew Dragon mission, the BBC explains what SpaceX actually does.
These are the key phases in the first crew mission to go to orbit from the US in nine years.
BBC News answers questions about the first orbital launch of astronauts from US soil in nine years.
BBC News looks at what we know and don't know about the Earth's changing climate.
Use our translator tool to find out what all the scientific terms used to discuss climate change actually mean.