The new £200m ship begins important testing and sea trials ahead of its maiden cruise in 2021.
Nasa scientists were elated as the spacecraft successfully touched down for just a few seconds to grab rocks and dirt.
Amid fresh concern about overfishing, scientists say eating more jellyfish may give us benefits.
Seeing record-breaking numbers of knot take flight "should be on everybody's bucket list".
Teenagers living in remote Arctic communities share their concerns about the effects of climate change.
More than half of 18 to 24-years-old in the UK are worried that climate change has been neglected because of coronavirus.
The trip took just three hours and three minutes – half the usual journey time.
What this year's science Nobel Prizes showed us about the darkest mysteries of the Universe.
Eight-year-old Inbar and her 3m pet python enjoy a swim in the pool.
Over the next decade, the £50m prize fund aims to support ideas that will help repair the earth.
Oskars has spent eight years trying to stop an invasive toxic weed surrounding his home in Latvia.
As unprecedented wildfires rage across the Golden State, Californians have been bearing the brunt.
For the first time, both British and American jets launch off HMS Queen Elizabeth.
Powerful Storm Alex has brought destructive winds, rain, flooding and landslides to southern France.
From monkeys to spiders - Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis ask about the natural world.
Experts keep discussing the value of R, but what is it and why does it matter?
As Covid-19 threatens conservation work, Whipsnade Zoo is hoping for rhino breeding success.
Scientists explain how the biggest deep-sea study of two marine parks led to exciting discoveries.
The Hydroflex made a 25-mile round-trip in Warwickshire, reaching speeds of up to 50 mph.
Little White and Little Grey were in captivity in a park in China but now live in waters in Iceland.
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