The Brexit trade deal could be reopened if the two sides cannot resolve a dispute, or want to change the terms of the agreement, according to people familiar with the matter.
The risk is that this will mean years more arguing over how close Britain should
Of 10 weapons studied, two were made from human bone.
About 11,000 years ago, Stone Age hunters crafted sharp weapons out of human bone, a new study finds.
These hunter-gatherers lived in Doggerland, a now-underwater region in the North Sea that connected Europe to Britain. At the end
POP QUIZ: WHAT FLAVOR IS the purple Skittle? If you grew up tasting the rainbow in the U.S. of A, the answer is clearly grape. But in other countries, including the U.K. and Australia, purple Skittles taste like another fruit altogether: blackcurrant.
Most American mouths have
Water vapor from ambient air will spontaneously condense inside porous materials or between touching surfaces.
But with the liquid layer being only a few molecules thick this ubiquitous and important phenomenon has lacked understanding, until now.
Researchers at The University of Manchester led by Nobel Laureate
Such technology could one day cut greenhouse gas emissions from air travel.
Today, airplanes pump a lot of climate-warming carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. But someday, carbon dioxide sucked from the atmosphere could be used to power airplanes.
A new iron-based catalyst converts carbon dioxide into jet fuel,
Britain’s Brexit transition period is due to end on New Year’s Eve - and, at present, trade talks between the UK’s negotiators and their EU counterparts remain mired in deadlock.
Boris Johnson is dashing over to Brussels on Wednesday for dinner with European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen as part of a
Strange radio transmissions appear to be coming from our nearest star system; now scientists are trying to work out what is sending them.
It’s never aliens, until it is. News leaked in the British newspaper The Guardian of a mysterious signal coming from the closest star to our
The world’s farmland is projected to grow by 3.4 million square kilometers by 2050.
Humankind’s growing need for food is running up against thousands of other species’ need for space.
By 2050, humans may need to clear an additional 3.35 million square kilometers of land for agriculture.
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The hydrogen-powered aviation startup ZeroAvia Inc. has raised $37.7 million from the U.K. government and a group of investors that includes funds founded by Bill Gates and Amazon.com Inc.
ZeroAvia said it aims to use the money to advance development of technology that could cut carbon emissions from