An initial shipment of about 2.9 million doses of the vaccine will be sent around the United States over the next week.
The largest outbreak of avian influenza on record saw 48m birds culled in the UK and EU in the past year.
Prehistoric footprints on Formby Beach have revealed how the British coast transformed over 9,000 years.
The owner of the UK's biggest power station, Drax, is cutting down key forests in Canada.
Wildlife groups praised the move making it illegal to capture, kill, injure or disturb them.
Rural rough sleepers face harsh conditions as a taskforce warns of a hidden homelessness "crisis".
The space probe has been studying Jupiter since 2016 and just flew within about 200 miles of the surface of the ice-covered ocean moon.
Jared Isaacman, who traveled to orbit on the Inspiration4 mission, is pursuing a private space program in collaboration with Elon Musk’s rocket company.
The UC San Diego researcher spoke at RE:WIRED Green about ways to use advanced control theory and machine learning to maximize sustainable energy sources.
The RE:WIRED Green speaker explains how smaller, more efficient reactors will be the bedrock of energy independence.
As a food scientist, she sought to reduce the Philippines’ dependence on imported food, pioneering new ways to use local products. And that was before she became a war hero.
New research is revealing that cancer is rife with bacteria and fungi — a rich ecosystem that scientists call the tumor microbiome.
A researcher discovered that giant cells under a microscope were actually cancer cells hiding inside other cancer cells.
In Florida’s hardest-hit counties, fewer than 1 in 5 homes have flood insurance. That means communities will struggle to rebuild, experts warn.
English housing providers get funds to upgrade energy efficiency and insulation of low income homes.
At RE:WIRED Green, technologists, hackers, and activists explained how green tech must be combined with bold policy and bring people together.
Four dogs successfully identified samples of sweat or breath taken from a stressed person.
Brazil and Colombia have recorded the highest number of deaths, a report finds.
BBC investigation finds oil companies not declaring millions of tonnes of emissions linked to cancer.
In two deposits in China, paleontologists dug up remains that suggest jawed fish are tens of millions of years older than previously known.
The prestigious medical prizes also recognized the creator of a global Covid dashboard and discoveries of proteins and cell bindings to fight disease.
Astronomers on Earth — and a shoebox-size Italian spacecraft called LICIACube — captured the DART mission’s successful strike on Dimorphos.
A report on species' recovery highlights the positive impact of protection and rewilding.
Scientists working in research groves, like one in Nova Scotia, are developing your favorite new apple variety.
The DART mission completed its journey of some 10 months to crash into a small asteroid that poses no threat to our world.
Many useful members of this "iconic" plant family are at risk of extinction, according to a study.
The spacecraft will plow into a space rock with the goal of demonstrating how an asteroid threatening Earth could be deflected.
The Artemis-I vehicle will be pulled off the launch pad in Florida to protect it from storm forces.
The people involved say their country is not protecting their right to breathe clean and healthy air.
Small studies suggest that breast removal surgery improves transgender teenagers’ well-being, but data is sparse. Some state leaders oppose such procedures for minors.
The new king helped drive a renaissance in British cheesemaking when the industry was in crisis 30 years ago.
The DART mission has been flying to its target since launching last year. On Monday night, it will connect.
The government is committed to extracting more oil and gas in the North Sea.
Data from a fertility center showed many women did not get pregnant because of the age at which they froze their eggs and because they did not preserve enough of them.
In a country where wildlife trafficking already runs rampant, conservationists fear that ransoming of animals may become a common tactic used by criminals.
Wildlife management strategies focused on aggressive raccoons may be inadvertently boosting the proportion of more clever ones in cities.
His 1963 breakthrough revealed one of the furthest objects from Earth and opened new questions about the evolution of the universe.
Omicron, the 13th named variant of the coronavirus, seems to have a remarkable capacity to evolve new tricks.
There are 20 quadrillion ants worldwide, according to a new census, or 2.5 million for every living human. There are probably even more than that.
The Space Launch System edges closer to a maiden flight after a successful tanking demonstration.
People living in the countryside face higher costs than those in urban areas, a new report finds
New images from the space-based observatory offer a novel view of the planet in infrared.
He praised the passion of people supporting the Earthshot environmental prize he helped set up.
High-speed video recordings reveal that the cephalopod’s eight arms aren’t moving randomly when they go in for the kill.
Closer examination of Typhloesus fossils suggests that the organism, which swam 330 million years ago, was similar to modern sea slugs.
A judge grants an 'extensive' injunction in order to prevent access without permission to HS2 land or disruption taking place to its construction.
Leading firms launch a scheme to help black and minority ethnic students get jobs as chemistry researchers.
The super space observatory returns spectacular imagery of the Solar System's most distant planet.
Tax fossil fuel companies' profits to pay for the damage done by climate change, says UN Secretary General.
Oaks, maples and chestnuts found in cities are among over 1,000 tree species that are flagged at risk.
Two scientists said the American Physical Society had erred in evaluating their plan to use drones to shoot down North Korean long-range missiles.
Seeking to demonstrate the safety of long space missions, he worked out on his trip and returned 437 days later looking “like he could wrestle a bear,” one astronaut said.
A small Australian spider uses a Cirque du Soleil-worthy tactic to prey on fierce ants.
The wild bird trade is set to make tropical forests "drab", a study shows.
Scientists found a single crystal of a new phosphate mineral while analyzing lunar basalt particles, which were collected from the moon two years ago by the Chang’e-5 mission.
Researchers found that meaty conversations among several people can align beliefs and brain patterns — so long as the group is free of blowhards.
Emissions from human activities played a role in the recent floods that have brought devastation to Pakistan.
Rocks collected by Perseverance are filled with organic molecules, and they formed in a lake that would have been habitable a few billion years ago.
Winning images of the mysterious and beautiful parts of our Universe are on display in London.
Scientists say the 'jaw-dropping' discovery gives an insight into the evolution of human hearts.
A software update can help turbines become less disruptive to their neighbors and distribute the wind more efficiently.