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Maerl beds are found all around the world, and are one of the most diverse habitats. But they are predicted to shrink by 38% by the end of the century.
The British furlough scheme paid up to 80% of an employee's salary - but until 1 July, you weren't supposed to work. Many did though.
Microsoft's 'Project Natick' experiment off the coast of Scotland has shown underwater data centers could be up to eight times more reliable than their dry-land counterparts.
Rashford helped secure free school meals for children over the summer – now the England and Manchester United striker has a bigger goal in mind.
A new report suggests that reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 is feasible for the UK if it takes immediate action in key areas of decarbonisation.
Nearly three-quarters of mothers in the UK have to cut their working hours in lockdown due to insufficient childcare options, according to a new survey.
A survey by Deloitte with over 100 Chief Financial Officers from large British companies highlights a common pessimistic economic outlook for pandemic recovery.
COVID-19 is exacerbating existing systemic biases against British Black people. Addressing these issues has never been more urgent; here's where to start.
The Viking Link is 760km of cable that will be predominantly laid under the seabed to bring electricity to the UK from Denmark.
A study has modelled how rising temperatures could affect the summer months in the UK over the next 80 years. It found heatwaves of 40°C could be more frequent.
In 2019, the two cities that topped the list for most traffic congestion were Bogota, Colombia and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
India is battling its worst desert locust outbreak for decades and is using a helicopter and 12 drones to spread insecticide to battle the swarm.
Jeremy Rossman, an expert in virology at the University of Kent, explains that, unlike influenza, there's no evidence of a seasonality effect with COVID-19.
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has claimed an off-the-field victory in persuading the UK government to extend a scheme that gives schoolchildren food vouchers.
Flooded coal mines could provide low-carbon heating for millions of British homes.