15 November 2014
European Space Agency controllers will continue to listen for Philae in the days ahead, hopeful that the comet lander will somehow become active again.
Aerial photographs from the 1940s and 1950s are being used to probe the climate history of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Any moves to modify the concrete Los Angeles River, to return parts of it to a more natural setting or to capture water, must not compromise its flood-protection function, say scientists.
A Japanese stem cell scientist at the heart of a scandal over false claims and fabricated research has resigned.
Tracking data reveals that golden-winged warblers fled one day before the April 2014 US tornado outbreak, probably because they "heard it coming".
Nasa's Orbiting Carbon Observatory produces its first global maps of carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere.
Meet the best photographer not on earth
America's huge humming arches
Christmas trees can house tarantulas and turn to glass
How local residents cope with Bangladesh oil spill
Winners of microscopy imaging competition announced
Enormous ship will collect and liquefy gas at sea
How a historic divide was finally breached in Lima
Is the legendary kraken real?
Meet your personal drone - it weighs four grams
The Lima suburb where 10% of income goes on water
Singing spaceman Chris Hadfield meets Manchester pupils
An interactive journey through quantum theory
Are personality differences widespread in the animal world?
Follow Mark Miodownik's four simple steps to find out
Hoverfly takes ecology photo prize
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