Grand Prismatic Spring and Midway Geyser Basin from above.
Scientists have uncovered genes they believe have been passed down from an ancestor organism that all life evolved from.
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'Adaptation' will help deal with the next decade or two of global warming. But what about key energy or transport links that are expected to last a century?
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The bizarre spectacle was the result of a coming together of several exceptional circumstances.
Love me, love my goat.
We assume that dogs are smarter than other domesticated animals, but science says otherwise.
The next generation of neuroprosthetics could communicate directly with the brain to tackle diseases such as epilepsy and blindness.
The appliance of science.
Doctors are working to reconnect the brain to paralysed limbs.
An uncertain direction.
How does the UK go about disentangling itself from EU laws?
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A 'Biblical swarm' of 'super-moths' from continental Europe is heading to the UK.
In it together: David Cameron and Enda Kenny.
The Northern Ireland peace process will not implode on a Brexit, but the EU has done a lot to help it along.
It's not just European travel that will be affected, but transatlantic flights too.
New research shows that street lighting changes the activity of moths, and is likely to disrupt nocturnal pollination.
The UK’s ‘City Deals’ have been claimed as responsible for the renaissance of Greater Manchester.
Evidence from the UK experience suggests there are pros and cons in both City Deals and Devolution Deals.
Britain's future could be bright – but first the grid needs a major upgrade.
Wearable tech is heading between women’s legs.
Developers are using wearable tech to help women and girls better understand their bodies.
A smattering of applause for Jeremy Corbyn.
It could have been worse, it could have been better. So the party will simply continue to squabble with itself.
Gifted children in poor areas of Africa’s cities are unlikely to make it to secondary school.
Some believe children who are first-generation learners with illiterate parents are not capable of greatness. But some of the cleverest, most committed and most creative children come from slum areas.
The decision on your doorstep.
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Local elections are taking place across 124 councils in England and will probably have a big impact on the day-to-day issues that most people care about.
Up, up and away.
When you consider the market Ryanair is entering, there is every reason to believe its private jet service will be popular.
Feeling the burn.
It can take the body up to three weeks to fully recover from the strain of running a marathon, so here's some foods that are scientifically proven to help aid recovery.
We asked two academics to check the claim by Michael Gove that the EU court has been grabbing power.