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Facial reconstruction of medieval priest unveiled
A facial reconstruction of a medieval priest found buried at Lincoln Cathedral in England was unveiled.
Collision of galaxies may have spurred our solar system's formation
A violent event on a colossal scale — the crash of two galaxies — may have paved the way for our solar system’s birth.
Epic 7,500-mile cuckoo migration wows scientists
One of the longest migrations recorded by any land bird is about to be completed.
Study reveals substantial quantities of tire particles contaminating rivers, ocean
A major UK government-funded research study suggests particles released from vehicle tires could be a significant and previously largely unrecorded source of microplastics in the marine environment.
How we deal with trauma is written on our genes: Research
Queensland researchers have discovered the physical reaction of our genes to trauma and recovery, a world-first finding that gives insight into the way our bodies cope with extreme stress.
Dino-dooming asteroid hit Earth at 'deadliest possible' angle
This much we knew: Some 66 million years ago an asteroid roughly twice the diameter of Paris crashed into Earth, wiping out all land-dwelling dinosaurs and 75 percent of life on the planet.
Plan to boost environment post-virus urged in Wales
A wildlife charity has suggested ways Wales can recover from the coronavirus outbreak and protect the environment at the same time.
Deep ocean will be warming rapidly by 2050 even if global emissions decline
The deep ocean will be warming rapidly by 2050 even if dramatic reductions in global greenhouse gas emissions were to happen today.
Equipment for forest rangers to be updated
Smart solutions sought to make orbital traffic safer
The UK Space Agency (UKSA) wants to hear from anyone with novel ideas for how to track all the pieces of debris now moving in orbit.
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