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No 10 refuses to condemn adviser’s remarks

Image caption Labour is calling for Andrew Sabisky to be sacked from his adviser positionDowning Street has refused to condemn controversial past remarks on...

British radio antenna to arrive at space station

Image copyright ESA Image caption The antenna terminal will be attached to the station during a spacewalkThe UK's first industrial contribution to the International Space...

Ocean Infinity: Exploration company goes for robot boats at scale

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionOliver Plunkett: "I expect that we'll operate them in groups of three or four"The maritime and...

OneWeb: London start-up launches first big batch of satellites

Image copyright Arianespace Image caption This year will see Soyuz rockets launching for OneWeb on a near monthly basisThe UK-based OneWeb company has sent 34...

Portsmouth academic develops ‘perfect espresso’ formula

Mathematicians and physicists might not be the first people you would think to consult about the perfect coffee. But a team of researchers including Dr...

Wildlife photos: Squabbling mice top ‘people’s poll’ award

Image copyright Sam Rowley/WPY Image caption Sam Rowley spent five nights flat on the platform trying to get his pictureAnyone who's travelled on London Underground's...

New petrol and diesel vehicles sales ban in UK from 2035

The last date to buy a new petrol, diesel or hybrid car in the UK will be brought forward from 2040 to 2035, under...

Solar Orbiter completes preparation for launch

Image copyright ULA/@GDavisPhotos Image caption Packed inside its protective fairing, SolO heads off to be mated with the AtlasEurope's grand mission to understand the detailed...

Everest: Top Sherpas slam Nepal’s plan to clean rubbish from mountain

Image copyright AFP Image caption Mount Everest attracts climbers from all over the world, with large queues forming at busy timesA plan to clear 35,000kg...

The research centre dedicated to the science of cracks

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Cracks are everywhere from pavements to bridgesWhatever their size, cracks can be bad news. They make planes fall out...
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