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Nanozone: News: Nanotubes at full stretch
News: News and Views: Physical chemistry: Oil on troubled waters
Nanozone: News: Molecular machinery gets organized
News: News: Bone cells tackle nacre
News: News: Pigments help to date disputed masterpiece
Nanozone: News and Views: Nanofluidics: Silicon for the perfect membrane
Nanozone: Features: Science in culture
News: News: UK's Diamond synchrotron turns on the lights
BBC News - Science & Environment
World class science 'will endure' in UK after Brexit
Ancient birds' wings preserved in amber
Inside Porton Down
Helium discovery a 'game-changer'
EU referendum: UK science wakes up to new future
Solar Impulse completes Atlantic crossing with landing in Seville
Scientists hungry to deliver food system paradigm shift
Buenos Aires to shut scandal-prone zoo
Rise of border fences hampers wildlife movements
Diesels more polluting below 18C, research suggests
Warmer winters play important role in EU emissions drop
Peake: 'I would return to space in a heartbeat'
Iceland's fishing industry 'better off outside' EU
New crop varieties 'can't keep up with global warming'
How early mammals evolved night vision to escape dinos
China builds world's most powerful computer
UK astronaut Tim Peake returns to Earth
Melt ponds suggest no Arctic sea-ice record this year
Nasa-style mission needed to map ocean floor
Study unlocks surprising behaviour of soil bacteria
UK-funded ice breaker in 'elite' Arctic tourism row
Tree planting at 'an all time low'
European Space Agency still backing Mars rover project
More gravitational waves detected
Nasa tests its most powerful booster yet
Frog rescue: Last hope for endangered amphibian
Tim Peake: 'I saw flames outside the window'
British astronaut Tim Peake's 'incredible experience'
Tim Peake: The UK astronaut's best photos and comments
Final handshakes in space station
Mars crater named after Nepal quake village Langtang
Dead Sea drying
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