||BBC News - Science & Environment
Scientists publish a new atlas of the poles, detailing the sometimes strange shapes on the ocean floor.
Many people are unsure about what machine learning is, but the chances are they are using it every day.
The engineer who proposed circular runways answers critics in defence of his radical design for airports.
European satellites will routinely map every land volcano on Earth, looking for early eruption signs.
A study that attached cameras with suction cups to the backs of Antarctic whales has revealed never before seen feeding habits and social interactions.
It's not a household name, but an ancient amphibian found in the Scottish borders fills a crucial period in the evolutionary record.
See the animals born since the world's been watching for April the giraffe to give birth
Millions of pieces of human-made trash are orbiting the Earth. Some are tiny, but all pose a risk.
|Farm of the future|
Could edible caterpillars help fight malnutrition and food security problems in West Africa?
|Shutting up shop|
China begins closing down its legal ivory trade, but will consumer attitudes to prized artwork change?
|Testing for 'defectives' |
After years of protest, the University of Melbourne has removed the name of a controversial figure.
What evidence is there that Finland's famous baby boxes actually reduce infant mortality rates?