One of the most dazzling meteor showers will be lighting up the sky overnight but it might be difficult to see this year...Read the full story ›
The 70ft paster-cast sauropod replica has dominated the entrance to London's Natural History Museum since it was introduced in 1979.Read the full story ›
Shooting stars will light up the sky on Friday night as debris from Halley's Comet produces one of the year's most reliable meteor showers.Read the full story ›
Tonight is expected to be a great night to see the "supermoon", where the moon's closeness to Earth makes it appear much larger than usual. This picture was taken just after 7pm in Derby. Email your pictures to itv.com/central or post them here
British-led team of international astronomers came to the conclusion after converting images from the Hubble Space Telescope into 3D maps.Read the full story ›
It's been 12 years in the making but the spacecraft Rosetta's mission has finally come to an end. Here is what you need to know about it.Read the full story ›
Professor Don Pollacco from the University of Warwick explains the significance of the discovery of water flumes on Jupiter's moon, Europa.Read the full story ›
A new portable cooling device to improve vaccine transportation in developing countries has won the 2016 James Dyson Award.Read the full story ›
Academics at Loughborough University have developed a portable power-free test to detect bacterial resistance to antibiotics.Read the full story ›
The cause of falling rates in male fertility continue to be controversial among scientists, but now experts here think man's best friend could uncover part of the answer.
Scientists from the University of Nottingham looking at fertility rates in dogs have traced certain chemicals in their tissue samples and food.
While it's stressed there is as yet no link between the two, experts hope it could point them in the right direction. Chris Halpin reports.