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Butterfly numbers 'worryingly low' despite good weather
Butterfly numbers are still "worryingly low" despite a warm and sunny spell leading to increased sightings of certain butterfly species over the summer.
Pollution can reach babies in the womb and could damage developing organs, scientists say
Air pollution particles can get into the organs of foetuses as they develop in the womb, potentially damaging development, a study has suggested.
Elon Musk's Twitter deal back on - and he says it's the path to creating 'everything app X'
Elon Musk is planning to buy Twitter for his original offer price - and he's hinted at his plans for social media.
Worm's saliva found to break down plastic in major pollution breakthrough
A worm could be the answer to solving the problem of what to do about one of the commonest forms of plastic pollution.
Dimorphos asteroid being trailed by 6,000 miles of debris after impact by NASA's DART spacecraft
More than 6,000 miles of debris is trailing behind an asteroid that was deliberately hit by a NASA spacecraft.