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Binotto: Ferrari made ‘misjudgement' with Leclerc

37 minutes ago   |   PlanetF1   |   3 articles

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said a “misjudgement” caused Charles Leclerc's shock Q1 exit in Monaco. After topping the final practice session , the home-town racer...
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1 hour ago   |   Eye For Film

The sun slants through the damp air onto pale grey tarmac that sprawls across seemingly illimitable distances. The gentle sound of traffic is omnipresent, ebbing and flowing...
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Scientists go back in time to find more troubling news about Earth's ocean

6 hours ago   |   Grist

This story was originally published by Wired and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Plankton don't get nearly the respect they deserve. These tiny...
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Question marks hang over Serena Williams, Simona Halep and Johanna Konta ahead of French Open

Question marks hang over Serena Williams, Simona Halep and Johanna Konta ahead of French Open

6 hours ago   |   Metro

Picture: Getty Women's preview It's as tough as ever to pick out a winner of the French Open on the WTA side, with a stream of players who could throw their hats into the ring...
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Nature Watch: The marvel of the fox cub

10 hours ago   |   The Courier

Fox cubs are able to start catching their own food by about six weeks in age. They become progressively independent and usually leave the natal territory within their first year.
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Fighting fire with fire: Meet the man tackling wildfires across the country

Fighting fire with fire: Meet the man tackling wildfires across the country

10 hours ago   |   Press and Journal

It is almost 9pm when Alex McKinley calls, and his softly spoken lilt floats down the line. He apologises for the late hour, and says he has been left with no choice but to...
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Pioneering New Approaches to Inspire Action For Nature

Pioneering New Approaches to Inspire Action For Nature

15 hours ago   |   Bristol Natural History Consortium

At Festival of Nature we are all about celebrating this beautiful, complex, awe inspiring natural world and the amazing people and organisations working tirelessly to keep it...
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Trump eases regulations adopted after BP Deepwater Horizon disaster

16 hours ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

The Trump administration on Thursday moved to ease safety regulations adopted after the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon blowout, the worst offshore oil disaster in US history that...
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150th osprey chick hatches at Rutland Water NR

150th osprey chick hatches at Rutland Water NR

16 hours ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

The Rutland Osprey Project celebrated a major milestone and welcomed its 150th chick into the world.
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What's the future for Sri Lanka's ‘lost' population of whales?

16 hours ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

This is the same sperm whale pod Blue Planet filmed off Sri Lanka - but flocking tourists are making it less of a safe place for these stunning animals
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Question marks hang over Serena Williams, Simona Halep and Johanna Konta...

Question marks hang over Serena Williams, Simona Halep and Johanna Konta ahead of French Open

Picture: Getty Women's preview It's as tough as ever to pick out a winner of the French Open on the WTA side, with a stream of players who could throw their hats into the ring... Read more ...

Fighting fire with fire: Meet the man tackling wildfires across the country

Fighting fire with fire: Meet the man tackling wildfires across the country

It is almost 9pm when Alex McKinley calls, and his softly spoken lilt floats down the line. He apologises for the late hour, and says he has been left with no choice but to... Read more ...

Pioneering New Approaches to Inspire Action For Nature

Pioneering New Approaches to Inspire Action For Nature

At Festival of Nature we are all about celebrating this beautiful, complex, awe inspiring natural world and the amazing people and organisations working tirelessly to keep it... Read more ...

150th osprey chick hatches at Rutland Water NR

150th osprey chick hatches at Rutland Water NR

The Rutland Osprey Project celebrated a major milestone and welcomed its 150th chick into the world. Read more ...

The ozone mystery got solved. Here's what could happen next

The ozone mystery got solved. Here's what could happen next

Last May, scientists uncovered a worrying trend - there was a global uptick in the emissions of internationally banned, ozone-depleting pollutants. Now, the mysterious rise has... Read more ...

Cosey Fanni Tutti Speaks on Sex, Porn and the Internet

Cosey Fanni Tutti Speaks on Sex, Porn and the Internet

Cosey Fanni Tutti has crammed a lot of lives into her 67 years. An artist, writer, musician and pornographic model, her work has always been about questioning the nature - and... Read more ...

Climate change: Ireland declares climate emergency

Climate change: Ireland declares climate emergency

The Republic of Ireland has declared a climate and biodiversity emergency. A Fianna Fáil amendment to the Oireachtas report on Climate Action was accepted without a vote. In... Read more ...

Two Flies Walk into a Barnacle

Two Flies Walk into a Barnacle

Then they mate and their babies eat the barnacle. Seriously. Read more ...

Bird migration - a masterclass

Bird migration - a masterclass

Steve Portugal explains why and how birds undertake long and perilous migratory journeys Read more ...

Developing tomorrow's climate leaders, thinkers and doers

Developing tomorrow's climate leaders, thinkers and doers

There has been much hand-wringing and many articles written about Silicon Valley's diversity problem. Recent statistics have shown , for example, that less than 3% of the... Read more ...