Welcome to the “Science & Environment-BBC News” update from Hawaii Science Digest. Views expressed in this science and technology news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents. Content provided by BBC News. Accessed on 20 May 2019, 0705 UTC.
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Europe heads to the polls and the fate of the Iron Throne is finally decided.
Several structures have been uncovered in Middlesbrough by construction workers.
Cody tried to replant a San Diego forest destroyed by wildfire but climate change is making it hard.
Health check, BBC World Service
If you want to stay healthy and help save the planet, how about a dish of algae followed by some cactus and ancient grains?
The environment is a hot topic in Europe now – so can Green parties turn that into more votes?
There is a healthy increase in the Manx shearwater population on Skomer island off Pembrokeshire.
The flame shell reef at Loch Carron was “devastated” by intensive scallop dredging two years ago.
Environment reporter, BBC News
The idea that you cannot kill any animal is “fatally flawed” as a conservation concept, scientists argue.
Researchers begin analysing DNA from the 1,300 bones kept in Winchester Cathedral for centuries.
The 3rd Century coin was minted by an ill-fated Roman emperor who reigned for just two months.
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