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2019-04-04 13:06:18

9 quotes that tell the dramatic story of supersonic flight

DavidZimmerman/GettyByJoshuaHowgegoNewScientisthasbeeninprintsince1956

2019-04-04 13:05:16

De-extinction dilemma: reviving dead species may doom the living

MoviestoreCollection/REX/ShutterstockTheresurrectionofextinctspecies

2019-04-04 12:12:15

Hens that can lay eggs from other species could save rare birds

NorrieRussellRoslinInstituteByNewScientiststaffandPressAssociationGeneticallymodifiedhensthatcanlayeggsfromdifferentpoultrybreedsarehelpingcreatea“frozenaviary”toconserverareandexoticbirds.Likeaseedba

2019-04-04 12:07:30

New talk of warming pause just another faux climate controversy

LukasSchulze/GettyBySusanHassolandMichaelMannAfavouriteclimatecontrariantalkingpointisthattherewasapauseor“hiatus”inwarmingfrom1998untiltheearlypartofthecurrentdecade.Withthelastthreeyearsbeingbyfarth

2019-04-04 11:15:08

Emergency clause lets European countries beat bee pesticide ban

AndrewWinning/ReutersByAislingIrwinPesticidesthathavebeenbannedinEuropeforthepastthreeyearshavestillbeendeployedmorethan60timesaroundthecontinentduringthisperiod

2019-04-04 10:18:10

Slaughter of an American icon: The Yellowstone buffalo cull

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2019-04-04 10:02:12

A loaf of bread emits half a kilo of CO2, mainly from fertiliser

ChrisRatcliffe/BloombergviaGettyByMichaelLePageGivingyouyourdailybreadiscostlyfortheclimate.TheequivalentofhalfakilogramofcarbondioxidegoesintotheatmosphereforeveryloafofbreadproducedintheUK

2019-04-04 09:17:13

Australia's extreme heatwave is a preview of things to come

JoelCarrett/PAByAliceKleininSydneyTheheatwavedownunderisunusualevenforAustralia–butitmaynotbesoformuchlonger.Thecountryisinthegripofoneofthemostferociousheatwavesonrecord

2019-04-04 09:02:15

Female shark learns to reproduce without males after years alone

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2019-04-04 08:19:04

Antarctic sea ice is very low – but don’t jump to conclusions

NASA“SeaicearoundAntarcticahasshrunktothesmallestannualextentonrecordafteryearsofresistingatrendofman-madeglobalwarming

2019-04-04 07:16:18

Mystery eye disease is latest blow for Australia’s sick turtles

ChristineHof/WWFByAliceKleinTurtlesonAustralia’sGreatBarrierReefcan’tseemtocatchabreak.Afteranoutbreakofherpesandamassstranding

2019-04-04 07:14:31

Robotic bee could help pollinate crops as real bees decline

EijiroMiyakoByAliceKleinAdronethatcanpollinateflowersmayonedayworksidebysidewithbeestoimprovecropyields.Aboutthree-quartersofglobalcropspecies

2019-04-04 07:08:13

Snow will melt more slowly in a warmer world – here’s why

RGBVentures/SuperStock/AlamyStockPhotoByBrianOwensAsglobaltemperaturesrise

2019-04-04 07:07:01

Deep-sea squid points a big, bulging eye up and a tiny eye down

KateThomasBySamWongHere’slookingatyou

2019-04-04 04:09:12

Climate change is already battering hundreds of animal species

ByAnitaMakriClimatechangeisalreadyharmingaround700speciesofmammalsandbirds.Thatmeansthatwarmingisnotjustatheoreticalfuturethreat

2019-04-04 04:06:18

Seagrass meadows help remove dangerous bacteria from ocean water

ReinhardDirscherl/UllsteinBild/GettyImagesByChelseaWhyteComeonin

2019-04-04 03:17:19

London show confirms the natural world is dead. Good riddance

RichardRoss

2019-04-04 03:07:08

More people now believe human-made climate change is happening

ACEPictures/REX/ShutterstockByNewScientiststaffandPressAssociationTheproportionofpeoplewhoacceptclimatechangeishappeningandislargelyhuman-madehasrisentoalmosttwo-thirds

2019-04-04 02:20:20

Honeybees let out a ‘whoop’ when they bump into each other

SimonColmer/NaturePLBySamWongWhoopwhoop!Avibrationalpulseproducedbyhoneybees

2019-04-04 02:19:06

The EU’s renewable energy policy is making global warming worse

SimonDawson/BloombergviaGettyByMichaelLePageCountriesintheEU

2019-04-04 02:16:14

Humans in panda suits try to track down bears in the woods

AmiVitale/NationalGeographicByClareWilsonWHATdoyoumean:“They’renotrealpandas”?Thatget-upisn’tmeanttofoolyou–it’sforthebearsinChina’sWolongNatureReserve

2019-04-04 02:15:13

Can we grow woolly mammoths in the lab? George Church hopes so

FLPA/REX/ShutterstockByPennySarchetinBostonandPressAssociationMaverickgeneticistGeorgeChurch

2019-04-04 02:15:12

Crews race to fix California dam before more rain falls

ElijahNouvelage/GettyByChelseaWhyteCatastrophicfailuresatadaminCaliforniacombinedwithheavywinterstormshaveforcedhundredsofthousandstofleetheirhomes.Althoughthelevelofthedam’slakeisfallingfast

2019-04-04 02:03:05

Worst-ever coral bleaching event continues into fourth year

KyodoNewsviaGettyByMichaelLePageIt’sacatastropheforcoralreefs.Seasurfacetemperaturesaresohighacrossmuchofthetropicsthatmanyreefswillsufferseverebleachingforanunprecedentedfourthyearinarow.DiversinAust

2019-04-04 01:03:15

Big builder ants and tiny guard ants live together in one nest

PatrickLandmann/GettyByKarlGruberOneisamassiveblackant

2019-04-03 14:08:03

Climatic cause for concern

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2019-04-03 13:20:12

Climate change special: State of denial

ByFredPearceKEVINTRENBERTHreckonsheisamarkedman.Hehasarguedthatlastyear’sdevastatingAtlantichurricaneseason

2019-04-03 13:13:18

Top 10: Conservation successes and failures

ByJohnPickrell(Image:PaulHorsted/RexFeatures)1.FAILURE:DestructionoftheAmazonianRainforestCurrentlytheAmazonrainforestisbeingclearedatastaggeringrateof24

2019-04-03 13:02:29

Timeline: Climate Change

ByMichaelMarshall900-1300:TheMedievalWarmPeriodbringswarmweathertoEurope

2019-04-03 12:15:11

Extreme seabed-survival boosts hope of aliens

ByRobEdwards(Image:FumioInagaki)MicrobesdiscoveredbyalakeofliquidcarbondioxideundertheseaoffTaiwancouldhelpuslocatelifeonMars

2019-04-03 11:03:18

Climate change: 'One degree and we're done for'

ByFredPearce“Furtherglobalwarmingof1°Cdefinesacriticalthreshold.BeyondthatwewilllikelyseechangesthatmakeEarthadifferentplanetthantheoneweknow.”SosaysJimHansen

2019-04-03 11:02:04

Siberia's pools burp out nasty surprise

NorthernSiberia’sthawlakesarebelchingoutuptofivetimesasmuchmethaneaspreviouslythought.Andasglobalwarmingcausesthepermafrosttomelt

2019-04-03 10:18:14

Greenland ice cap may be melting at triple speed

ByKellyYoung(Image:JianliChen)Theworld’ssecondlargesticecapmaybemeltingthreetimesfasterthanindicatedbypreviousmeasurements

2019-04-03 10:16:29

Jane Goodall forecasts the future

ByJaneGoodallSatelliteandGISmappingtechnologiessuchasESRIArcGIS

2019-04-03 09:15:33

Pesticides and catastrophe

ByThisisaclassicarticlefromNewScientist’sarchive

2019-04-03 09:07:29

FAQ: Climate Change

ByNewScientistThe18mostcommonlyaskedquestionsaboutclimatechange

2019-04-03 09:01:11

Climate change: We have been warned

CLIMATEchangeusedtobeascientificissue

2019-04-03 08:12:04

Introduction: Climate Change

ByFredPearceClimatechangeiswithus.Adecadeago

2019-04-03 08:04:12

A to Z: Endangered Species

ByNewScientist(Image:GerardFritz/RexFeatures)AtoZ:EndangeredSpeciesNewScientist’sselectionofthreatenedspecies

2019-04-03 06:01:04

Top economist counts future cost of climate change

ByFredPearceOneoftheworld’stopeconomiststodaywarnedofaglobalrecessionthatcouldcutbetween5%and20%fromtheworld’swealthlaterthiscentury–unlesstheworldinvestsnowinthetechnologiesneededtocreateagloballow-c

2019-04-03 05:06:16

Beaked whales dive deepest

THEworldofbreath-holddivinghasanewchampion.Beakedwhalesregularlyplungedeeperbeneaththewavesthananyothermammal.Beakedwhalesareamongthemostelusiveofcetaceans

2019-04-03 04:17:18

Carbon emissions rising faster than ever

ByCatherineBrahicFarfromslowingdown

2019-04-03 04:08:07

Cat shelters may be deadly for domesticated cats

ByBetsyMasonBeforeyoumakegoodonthreatstobanishyourmisbehavedcattothelocalshelter

2019-04-03 04:03:31

Swarm of subs set to uncover the ocean's mysteries

ByCelesteBiever(Image:DavidVaughan/SPL)Afleetof100roboticsubmarinescouldinfiveyears’timeberoamingthevastunexploredstretchesoftheworld’sseafloorsandhelpingunlocktheirmysteries.TheplanwasunveiledbytheU

2019-04-03 03:19:03

Deep sea graveyard for CO2

ByFredPearceIftheworldcannotcurbitscarbondioxideemissions

2019-04-03 03:16:09

Introduction: Mysteries of the deep sea

ByMarkShropeandJohnPickrellYoumightthinkthereislittlelefttodiscoveronEarthinthe21stcentury

2019-04-03 02:11:09

Introduction: Endangered Species

ByJohnPickrellLifeonEarthisinthethroesofanewwaveofmassextinction

2019-04-03 02:08:18

Aerosol hazard to atmospheric ozone

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2019-04-03 02:01:31

Act now, before it is too late

ByFredPearceThisisaclassicarticlefromNewScientist’sarchive

2019-04-03 01:12:34

Cats and dogs protect kids from stomach bugs

ByMattKaplanPetscanprotecttheiryoungownersagainstcommonstomachbugs