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Malaria genetics: study shows how disease became deadly
22/05/2018 02:20 - A genetic study reveals the secrets of how malaria evolved to be deadly killer of humans.

Air pollution plans to tackle wood burners
22/05/2018 10:44 - Critics of the government proposals say they put too much responsibility on local councils.

'Living fossil' giant salamander heading for extinction
22/05/2018 02:21 - The world's largest amphibian is in "catastrophic" decline, with probably only a handful left in the wild.

PM will pay to have 'full association' with EU research
21/05/2018 17:55 - The Prime Minister makes the strongest commitment yet to "fully associate" the UK with the EU's 68bn research programme post-Brexit.

'Permanent' interstellar visitor found
21/05/2018 14:11 - An asteroid from beyond our Solar System has been orbiting near Jupiter for billions of years, scientists say.

China launch will prep for Moon landing
21/05/2018 15:12 - China has launched a relay satellite to prepare for a Moon rover mission planned for later in the year.

Seeds of hope: The gardens springing up in refugee camps
21/05/2018 01:27 - The gardens giving hope and a sense of belonging to Syrian refugees in Iraq.

UK's clean car goal 'not ambitious enough'
21/05/2018 01:07 - An industry expert says petrol and diesel cars should be banned by 2030 or 2035, not 2040.

'Shocking' human impact reported on world's protected areas
17/05/2018 20:12 - One third of the world's protected lands are being degraded by human activities, says a new study.

Madagascar emerges as whale shark hotspot
17/05/2018 18:42 - The endangered whale shark has been hiding in plain sight off Madagascar, say scientists.

Scientists detect oxygen legacy of first stars
17/05/2018 11:58 - The very first stars to shine in the Universe left a tell-tale trace in a far-distant galaxy.

How physics gender gap starts in the classroom
17/05/2018 02:28 - Some progress has been made in encouraging girls to study A-level physics, but not enough, says report.

UK referred to Europe's top court over air pollution
17/05/2018 13:14 - Britain is being taken to the European Court of Justice over persistent breaches of pollution limits.

Fracking planning laws should be relaxed say ministers
17/05/2018 18:11 - Critics say it will be as easy to get the go-ahead to do a test drill as it is for a home conservatory.

Bee crisis: EU court backs near-total neonicotinoids ban
17/05/2018 11:52 - Three insecticides blamed for bee colony collapses will be restricted to greenhouses.

Mysterious rise in emissions of ozone-damaging chemical
16/05/2018 20:38 - Researchers discover an unexplained rise in a compound that is highly destructive to the ozone layer.

1,600 IT workers and engineers denied UK visas
16/05/2018 06:59 - More than 1,600 IT specialists and engineers offered jobs in the UK were denied visas between last December and March, BBC News has learned.

Copy of BepiColombo Mercury mission goes on display
16/05/2018 15:42 - London's Science Museum unveils a replica of the probe Europe will send to the inner-most planet.

Switzerland to vote on pesticide ban 'in 3 years'
16/05/2018 15:36 - Campaigners force a referendum on the future use of synthetic pesticides in Switzerland.

Stephen Hawking thanksgiving service public ballot closes
16/05/2018 14:47 - More than 27,000 people applied for 1,000 public places at the scientist's Westminster Abbey service.

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