US & World

US 'ready to restart negotiations' with North Korea

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionNorth Korea’s agreed to shut one of the country’s main missile launch sites. Laura Bicker considers what might happen next. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he is ready to restart negotiations with Pyongyang, with the aim of denuclearising North Korea “by 2021”. Discussions between the […]

Health

Shropshire hospitals baby deaths review cases rise to over 100

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionJack Burn died hours after being born at Princess Royal Hospital in Telford A review into mother and baby deaths and injuries at hospitals in Shropshire is examining more than 100 cases, it is understood. In 2017, Jeremy Hunt ordered an investigation into maternity care relating to […]

Are drink-driving limits too high?

Making sure you get the right type of calorie

Yoghurts (even organic ones) 'full of sugar'

Technology

Jellyfish robots to watch over endangered coral reefs

Image copyright Florida Atlantic University Image caption The robotic jellyfish propel themselves with rubber tentacles A fleet of robotic jellyfish has been designed to monitor delicate ecosystems, including coral reefs. The underwater drones were invented by engineers at Florida Atlantic University and are driven by rings of hydraulic tentacles. The robots can squeeze through tight […]

3D printing shop closes after accusations of idolatry

Breck Bednar murder: Film warning of online grooming launched

Poor Toad: How Stormy Daniels ruined Mario Kart

Science/Nature

RemoveDebris: UK satellite nets 'space junk'

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe satellite RemoveDebris will use a net and a harpoon to clean up space junk A British satellite has successfully deployed a net in orbit to demonstrate how to capture space debris. The event took place more than 300km above the Earth. It was part of a […]

Science/Nature

Why do we hate wasps and love bees?

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Wasps, often encountered on picnics, have a poor reputation with the public A new study reveals that wasps are largely disliked by the public, whereas bees are highly appreciated. The researchers involved say that this view is unfair because wasps are just as ecologically useful as bees. The scientists […]

Science/Nature

The satellite that can clean up space rubbish from Earth's orbit

A net has been successfully fired into space as part of a plan to clean up the millions of pieces of rubbish floating in Earth’s orbit. It was a fired by a satellite called RemoveDebris which will also try to use a harpoon to remove space junk. Video Journalist: Laura Foster Source link