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But projectile boulders are not the only hazard facing islanders near the erupting Kilauea volcano.
Three insecticides blamed for bee colony collapses will be restricted to greenhouses.
A genetic study reveals the secrets of how malaria evolved to be deadly killer of humans.
Plan promises much cleaner air for many, but it's accused of ducking difficult issues
The world's largest amphibian is in "catastrophic" decline, with probably only a handful left in the wild.
The Prime Minister makes the strongest commitment yet to "fully associate" the UK with the EU's £24bn research programme post-Brexit.
China has launched a relay satellite to prepare for a Moon rover mission planned for later in the year.
A baby elephant surprised zoo keepers after being born to a mum who's pregnancy they thought had failed.
BBC correspondent Chris Buckler explains what happens when lava flow meets the sea.
An industry expert says petrol and diesel cars should be banned by 2030 or 2035, not 2040.
One hundred years after a seed lift to help prisoners of war in Germany, seeds have been sent to Iraq's Domiz camp.
A high-tech solution being tested in Iceland gets rid of waste carbon dioxide by pumping it 1,000m underground.
How can you create public transport in the jungle without polluting it? The isolated Achuar peoples of Ecuador have created an ingenious solution.
Hedgehog lovers are worried that a rat trap, licensed by the government in England, could harm their spiky friends.
One third of the world's protected lands are being degraded by human activities, says a new study.
Some progress has been made in encouraging girls to study A-level physics, but not enough, says report.
The endangered whale shark has been hiding in plain sight off Madagascar, say scientists.
Government plans to make test drilling as easy as building a conservatory outrage fracking's critics.
The UK is being taken to court by the European Commission over its long-standing failure to meet EU limits for nitrogen dioxide (NO₂).
The very first stars to shine in the Universe left a tell-tale trace in a far-distant galaxy.