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Science (UK)
Science (US)
Science (US)
Health (UK)
Health (US)
Health (US)

BBC News - Science & Environment
BBC News - Science & Environment

Climate change: UK to set bold emissions target
A world-leading climate change target up to the early 2030s is set to be confirmed by the British government, cutting emissions by 57%.
Amazon fires: Humans make rainforest more flammable
Human disturbances are putting the Amazon rainforest at greater risk of fire, say researchers.
Paul Nurse: 'Research needs free movement to thrive'
Sir Paul Nurse says UK science will suffer unless any post-Brexit agreement allows the free movement of people.
World class science 'will endure' in UK after Brexit
The UK Science Minister, Jo Johnson, says that world class research will "endure" following the Brexit.
Automated amphibian teaches us to walk
Scientists in Switzerland have created a robotic salamander that mimics the gait of the ancient amphibian in great detail.
Ancient birds' wings preserved in amber
Two wings from birds that lived alongside the dinosaurs have been found preserved in amber.
Helium discovery a 'game-changer'
Scientists say they have found a large helium gas field in Tanzania, amid concerns global supplies are running out.
EU referendum: UK science wakes up to new future
UK science must fight to make sure it is not an after-thought as Britain renegotiates its relationship with the EU, say research leaders.
Solar Impulse completes Atlantic crossing with landing in Seville
The zero-fuel aeroplane, Solar Impulse, lands in the southern Spanish city of Seville to complete its historic Atlantic crossing.
Scientists hungry to deliver food system paradigm shift
Eight universities across northern England join forces to form a scientific powerhouse at the launch of a five-year, £16m global food research programme.

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Apple patents technology for deactivating iPhone cameras at live concerts

19-year-old's 'robot lawyer' overturns 160,000 parking tickets

Designer recreates Vote Leave website after information deleted 

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Don't panic: Facebook isn't making all of your photos public

Worst tech predictions of all time

Never kiss a Leave voter: Dating app for Remainers launched

Man who claims he invented iPhone in 1992 sues Apple for $10bn

Facebook denies using your phone's location data to suggest new friends

Funny Google Street View images

NatureNews - Most recent articles - nature.com science feeds
Nature - the world's best science and medicine on your desktop

The week in science: 24?30 June 2016
Ill workers rescued from Antarctic station; controversial surgeon Paolo Macchiarini faces manslaughter charges; and China dominates list of fastest supercomputers.
Stressed Indus River threatens Pakistan?s water supplies
Cooler, cloudier summers slow snowmelt in Himalayas
ArXiv preprint server plans multimillion-dollar overhaul
Users urge caution in revamp of service at the heart of physics.
Dolly at 20: The inside story on the world?s most famous sheep
From incubation in a bra to an afterlife under glass, how a cloned sheep attained celebrity status.
Interdisciplinary proposals struggle to get funded
Agencies are less likely to fund studies that straddle multiple fields, a study of Australian grants finds.
Dry Amazon could see record fire season
Forecasters warn that high ocean temperatures presage intense blazes in rainforest.
Science academies blast US government?s planned research-ethics reforms
Advisory panel recommends scrapping proposed changes to 'Common Rule' that governs research involving human subjects.
Stop teaching Indians to copy and paste
Major reform of education in India should encourage original thinking to boost the nation's research, argues Anurag Chaurasia.
UK scientists in limbo after Brexit shock
Researchers organize to lobby for science as country prepares for life outside the EU.
NASA?s Juno spacecraft prepares to probe Jupiter?s mysteries
The mission will peek through the gas giant?s swirling clouds in search of a planetary core.