Researchers have discovered that the numbers of plant species recorded by botanists have risen in locations where the climate has changed most rapidly, especially in relatively cold parts of the world.
The 18-year-old was fatally knifed in Brixton, south London
Scientists say the breakthrough could reduce the need for surgery to cure the often excruciating condition
Fans of Luton Town were subjected to a barrage of racist abuse from their Ipswich Town rivals, including: “Boris Johnson is coming for you"
The potentially devastating bacterial infection has become increasingly common in the UK because of warmer temperatures
They belonged to a primitive crane fly and contained eumelin - a natural pigment found in human peepers
In total, 88 trains had to be cancelled and around 22,000 people were directly affected - British Transport Police estimated the cost of the disruption to be more than £1 million
Scientists say that soil across a huge part of the continent, including western Ethiopia, is producing the gas because of drought and changing land use.
The neurological illness is caused when the 'trash cans' of neurons stop working, say scientists
The victim was the 15th teenager to be murdered in London since Christmas, 14 of whom were stabbed to death
A study has found marine ecosystems are suffering them frequently putting plant and animal life at risk - and the people who depend on them
Police were called to reports of a shooting in Streatham at 2.10am
The same trend was found among 50 and 70 year-olds - suggesting social contact at any age reduces the risk
Boffins have developed a technique to mass produce anatomical structures - from collagen
Current reform proposals of the EU Commission on the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) are "unlikely" to improve environmental protection, say scientists
NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), a mission designed to comb the heavens for exoplanets, has discovered its first potentially habitable world outside of our own solar system
They died after contracting the bug by eating a pre-packed sandwich from a Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Police say the 37-year-old died in hospital this morning after being arrested for attacking security guards outside the Excel Centre in London's Docklands
The global price of ivory increased ten-fold since a trade ban was introduced by the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in 1989, according to the study.
But the new study suggests that interventions involving parents and children lead to safer sexual practices - and don't make teenagers more likely to engage in sexual activity
Scientists have found that a small protein previously associated with cell dysfunction and death in fact serves a critical function in repairing breaks in DNA
Detectives have issued CCTV images of the suspects following the shocking assault on a late night train from London Liverpool Street to Shoeburyness in Essex
Researchers found radiation in some parts of the Marshall Islands, where 67 atomic weapon tests were conducted, is "far higher" than in areas affected by the Chernobyl and Fukushima disasters
The water contains high levels of DNA that cannot be killed by common drugs such as penicillin, erythromycin and tetracycline
Researchers studied the dispersal and germination of seeds as well as the growth and genetic origin of various plants in a forest that had emerged from a former pasture in Peru
Boluwatife Oyewunmi, 22, who was shot in Enfield on April 5th, 2017, remained in a critical condition in hospital until he died on Thursday July 11th
Researchers found that current theoretical models may be dramatically underestimating glacial melt rates
Researchers found even species that are relatively good at adapting to rising temperatures were "unlikely" to be able to "stay in their warming habitat"
Arthritis sufferers have been offered hope after a new drug succeeded in clinical trials.
The elusive new species was only discovered in China last year.
Scioentists say the project would need "unprecedented" feats of engineering - including the installation of several thousand wind turbines in the inhospitable region
Parkinson's disease could be triggered by a gut infection, according to new research.
The bot, called DeepCubeA, completed the popular puzzle in a fraction of a second - much faster than the quickest humans
Scientists say that the findings show the maternal behaviour of Australopithecus africanus was closer to modern humans than great apes - which nurse for longer
An inch thick layer of tiles made out of silica aerogel - a fluffy white powder that is mostly air - would be enough to insulate the frozen world
Police say the victim was assaulted just after 3am on Sunday in Denmark Hill, south east London
Police hunting a serial sex attacker who has raped two women and attacked two others in just 11 days have released video footage of the suspect. The beast has struck four times in the early hours of the morning in and around east London. Now detectives have released video footage...
It dates back 210,000 years and is the earliest evidence of modern humans on the continent - rewriting the history of mankind
The Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica is heading towards an "instability" which once crossed means it could all float out into the sea within 150 years, according to the study
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