Measurements show the entire bulk of Europe's most active volcano is edging eastwards, Scientists say.
A new study investigates how early a warning can be issued for major earthquakes.
Rescuers manage to return just six surviving pilot whales to deeper waters in Western Australia.
About 150 animals wash up on a beach south of Perth, prompting a major rescue effort.
Students will be graded numerically on a scale from 9 to 1.
A new museum dedicated to IK Brunel reveals the man behind the carefully cultivated public image.
British scientists think DNA could be used to solve a global problem - where to store all our data.
VR has suffered from an image problem, so could very high resolution headsets be the answer?
Scientists investigate an unusual, small, mummified skeleton from Chile to establish is medical history.
It is estimated some 80,000 tonnes of plastic is circulating in a patch between Hawaii and California.
The Nasa robot this week celebrates 2,000 martian days investigating the surface of the Red Planet.
The public is being asked to report damage to garden plants from visiting wild deer.
The amount of plastic in the ocean is set to treble in a decade unless litter is curbed, a major report has warned.
Dinosaurs may have evolved horns and frills to attract a mate, according to a new study.
Peers vote for the UK to remain in Euratom until a post-Brexit replacement deal is in place.
A telescope to study planets beyond our Solar System is selected by the European Space Agency.
Researchers produce a metal with exotic electrical properties by mimicking a pattern from Japanese basket-weaving.
Dogs are being trained to detect ancient treasures in an attempt to tackle cultural heritage trafficking.
Sudan died in a Kenyan conservancy at the age of 45, after months of ill health.
A US study shows that more children draw women scientists than they did in the 1960s and 1970s.
Sudan's death at the age of 45 leaves only two females of his subspecies alive in the world.
The organisation keeping track of the deadly chemicals held by countries around the world.
Three pioneers who are shattering stereotypes surrounding the world of science and engineering.
Sergei and Yulia Skripal were poisoned by Novichok nerve agents, the PM says. So what are they?
Meet the "mudlarkers" looking for archaeological artefacts along the banks of the Thames.
As the fight against plastic pollution gains momentum, firms are tackling the issue in different ways.
New evidence from Kenya suggests that local climate change drove early human innovation.
How Stephen Hawking used his recognition to highlight challenges and existential threats for humanity.
The physicist will be remembered mainly for three things, says fellow scientist Maggie Aderin-Pocock.
A new study shows that the atmospheric carbon levels projected by 2060 will affect coral reefs.
Scientists, politicians and celebrities say the physicist's death leaves an "intellectual vacuum".