Hints that evidence of elusive dark matter has been found.
Science news and highlights of the week
Space ballistics explain one of the Moon’s huge craters
Wildfires – what can science tell us about them?
Nasa’s Juno Probe arrives at Jupiter
Nasa’s Juno mission arrives at Jupiter on 4th July
Million year old ice found under metre-thick debris layer in Antarctica
New discovery of gravitational waves
Volcanic rock converts carbon dioxide quickly, effectively locking away greenhouse gas.
The peppered moth's dark secret revealed
Tracking individual cells from early embryo to adult
Getting health information to gay men in countries where homosexuality is illegal
A small but possibly significant link between genetics and educational attainment
Scientists can keep human embryos alive for longer - should they?
Thirty years since Chernobyl's nuclear accident, its impacts on human health
Beaks rather than teeth could be the reason why birds survived dinosaur extinction
Why a microchip-sized spacecraft might open up other worlds for human exploration
Controlling access to ketamine could have dire consequences for surgery in Africa
Small cheap gravity gadget will peer underground
Scientists design and build a microbe containing a “minimal” number of genes
Hunting elephant poachers in Democratic Republic of Congo
Gain of Function: is some science just too dangerous?
'Humble little fungus' is oldest known land fossil
What sex are internal organs?
The “Macchiarini Affair” which involved ground-breaking surgery with artificial windpipes
Gravitational waves detected – scientists prove Einstein right after 100 years
The latest science about Zika; its impact on mothers and how science can help
Britain’s Baroness Shields and the tools to fight terrorism online
Tantalising evidence of an undiscovered ninth planet on the edge of our solar system
Nepal earthquake – what happened beneath the surface?