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Cave yields Neanderthal 'artwork'

An engraving found at a cave in Gibraltar may be the most compelling evidence yet for Neanderthal art.

How corals stir up their world

Corals stir up the water, creating vortices that draw in nutrients and drive away waste, research reveals.

Vacuum cleaner debate hots up

Don't get suckered, Mr Vacuum Cleaner tells people trying to beat new EU rules.

African food security on the menu

African ministers and business leaders gather in Ethiopia to consider ways to trigger a green revolution and improve the continent's food security.

Xenon and argon banned for athletes

Doping experts have yet to find an effective test to uncover athletes using the gases xenon and argon to boost performance, as a ban is introduced.

Antarctic waters 'rising faster'

Melting ice is fuelling sea-level rise around the coast of Antarctica, a new report finds.

Greenhouse gas fear over meat eating

New research estimates greenhouse gases from food production will go up 80% if meat and dairy consumption continues to rise at its current rate.

Iceland issues new volcano alert

Iceland issues an aviation alert after a fresh lava eruption from a fissure near the Bardarbunga volcano, but the warning is later lowered.

Legal challenge to badger cull fails

A High Court bid to halt this year's badger culling, which will take place without independent monitoring, fails.

DNA tells story of Arctic peopling

A study of genetic sequences sheds light on the settling of the North American Arctic, from ancient "Paleo-Eskimos" to the modern-day Inuit.

UN seeks climate change 'Malala'

Five hundred people will learn tomorrow if they have won the chance to vent their frustration at world leaders over the global citizens stalemate over climate policy.

Genetic clues to spread of Ebola

Scientists have tracked the spread of Ebola in West Africa, revealing genetic clues to the course of the outbreak.

Dead stars 'can re-ignite' and blow

Astronomers have shown that dead stars known as white dwarfs can re-ignite and explode as supernovas.

A sheepdog's 'two rules' for success

Scientists produce a simple mathematical model that explains how a single sheepdog can herd a large number of sheep.

Global coal 'binge' missed in data

The climate impacts of the world's fossil-fuelled power plants are being underestimated because of poor accounting, say researchers.

Russian sex geckos die in orbit

Five gecko lizards sent into orbit on a Russian space satellite as part of a sex experiment have all died, the Russian space agency says.

Scientists solve 'sliding rocks' puzzle

Scientists have finally worked out how rocks on a dry lake bed in California move across the ground.

Magnetic levitation in 3D advances

Harvard researchers develop a system to orientate small objects in any direction using magnetic levitation.

Row over polish to detect 'rape drug'

Rape-prevention tool draws online backlash from anti-rape advocates

Potential comet landing sites chosen

Europe's Rosetta mission, which aims to put a robot on a comet in November, has identified five potential sites for the touchdown.

Whole organ 'grown' in world first

A whole functional organ has been grown from scratch inside an animal for the first time, say researchers in Scotland.

Galileo satellites on wrong orbit

The European Space Agency says the latest two satellites for Europe's version of the US GPS sat-nav system have not gone into the correct orbit.

MH370 search faces tough next phase

The next part of the hunt for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet MH370 will be very challenging in places, sea-floor mapping data suggests.

Woman finds 3ft wasp nest on bed

A pest controller takes on the "biggest job of his career" when he is called to deal with a nest of more than 5,000 wasps.

World's rarest bird needs new home

The last remaining population of the world's rarest bird, the Madagascar pochard, needs a new wetland home if it is to thrive again, a study reveals.

Methane vents bubble up off US coast

Researchers say they have discovered more than 500 bubbling methane vents on the seafloor off the US east coast.

Stench of decay turns coral away

Baby coral and fish can smell the difference between good and bad reefs, say marine ecologists.

Seals 'brought TB to the Americas'

Marine mammals brought tuberculosis to the Americas before the Europeans arrived, a study suggests.

Urban areas are hives for wild bees

A study finds a "considerable richness" of bee species in urban habitats, suggesting cities could help maintain healthy populations of the vital pollinators.

Rare antelope births 'fantastic'

The birth of a pair of rare bongo antelopes in captivity is "fantastic news" for the "critically endangered" species, say conservationists.


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