Skip to main content

Get the latest science news across an in-depth look at scientific developments from Europe & the World, all as a Video on demand

Fish on wheels take their tanks for a spin

24/07 14:37 CET

Read more…

Previous editions

  1. 04/04/2014ITER: How a new star will be born
  2. 03/04/2014Climate change a harsh reality for the Marshall Islands
  3. 21/03/2014Solar powered plane aims for the edge of space
  4. 19/03/2014One step closer to proving Big Bang theory
  5. 06/03/2014New hope for Breast Cancer sufferers from Cardiff University research
  6. 26/02/2014Continuous cardiac monitoring on the cards
  7. 21/02/2014SeaOrbiter set for construction
  8. 21/02/2014The desire for discovery
  9. 20/02/2014Iran’s dying lake
  10. 19/02/2014New blood test for schizophrenia
  11. 17/02/2014Amputee recovers feeling with robotic arm
  12. 13/02/2014Can diuretic drugs fight autism?
  13. 12/02/2014New mini-lab could save lives as well as time
  14. 06/02/2014Organ regeneration moves closer with stem cell breakthrough
  15. 03/02/2014New MRI scan redefining myeloma treatment
  16. 29/01/2014Spanish caveman becomes geneticists blue-eyed boy
  17. 27/01/2014Hopes for better food security with salt-resistant crops
  18. 23/01/2014New balloon therapy to fight obesity
  19. 21/01/2014Gene therapy restores eyesight
  20. 16/01/2014Rosetta to embark on final mission
  21. 14/01/2014Stem cell therapy heals broken bones
  22. 14/01/2014Plankton: the air we breathe
  23. 06/01/2014Himalayan brown bears now critically endangered
  24. 19/12/2013Danube Delta’s unique habitat under threat, say experts
  25. 16/12/2013Oldest human DNA yields more questions than answers
  26. 09/12/2013Food science to fight obesity
  27. 28/11/2013New AIDS vaccine aims to block HIV from entering the body
  28. 27/11/2013Ancient settlement discovered in Israel
  29. 19/11/2013Forecasting air pollution
  30. 14/11/2013Improving post-disaster relief
  31. 11/11/2013Romanian scientists hopeful artifical blood will be lifesaver
  32. 07/11/2013Infected mosquitos could cut dengue
  33. 06/11/2013South Korea says ‘no’ to some Japanese seafood
  34. 30/10/2013The lesser-known effects of climate change
  35. 29/10/2013Carcinogenic air pollution: a ‘collective’ issue
  36. 23/10/2013Japan’s next generation asteroid explorer to deliver subsoil fragments
  37. 22/10/2013Preserving plants and recording the world’s hidden wonders
  38. 21/10/2013Evolution theory shaken by new skull find
  39. 16/10/2013First ever comet material found on Earth
  40. 14/10/2013Life-saving clothes for premature babies
  41. 09/10/2013Unearthed chariot and team of horses points at lavish rites of ancient Bulgarian peoples
  42. 02/10/2013Plant life on Mars
  43. 26/09/2013Hi-def coral database to help preserve global reefs
  44. 24/09/2013Key find challenges life on Mars theory
  45. 17/09/2013Breakthrough stem cell find in Madrid
  46. 11/09/2013New market for video games: octogenarians
  47. 05/09/2013The people’s probe: China readies its most ambitious lunar mission
  48. 29/08/2013Electronic cigarettes risks revealed
  49. 28/08/2013Revealing the mysteries of Kosovo’s Roman ruins
  50. 01/08/2013First face transplant carried out in Poland a success
  51. 29/07/2013Geothermal plans halted after earthquake
  52. 25/07/2013Desperate attempts to save endangered species
  53. 23/07/2013Watching the brain in action
  54. 22/07/2013It’s like you’re there – visions of Mars from Earth
  55. 18/07/2013Working longer reduces risk of developing Alzheimers
  56. 15/07/2013Mapping the mosquito
  57. 10/07/2013Japanese stem cell experts make liver growth breakthrough
  58. 09/07/2013Secrets of African rivers
  59. 08/07/2013Science: Sunscreen truth
  60. 03/07/2013Italy’s heritage under the spotlight
  61. 02/07/2013Sponging off the sea
  62. 01/07/2013Science says ‘ciao’ to Italy’s Margherita Hack: the ‘lady of the stars’
  63. 27/06/2013Managing the masses, when push comes to shove
  64. 26/06/2013Lab-grown human organs
  65. 25/06/2013Developing a treatment for autism
  66. 20/06/2013Food safety takes centre stage in China
  67. 18/06/2013The Bee-lievers
  68. 13/06/2013The bee-ginning of the end?
  69. 12/06/2013“Test tube” sharks born in Lisbon
  70. 05/06/2013Mary Rose drops anchor in new Portsmouth museum
  71. 30/05/2013Biofuel-ling change with tobacco
  72. 29/05/2013Cockroaches set for bitter end
  73. 23/05/2013Croatia researchers work on getting honey bees to hunt for landmines
  74. 22/05/2013It’s a bug’s eye
  75. 20/05/2013Flying with birds
  76. 09/05/2013Is this the lost continent?
  77. 06/05/2013Somalia receives super-jab
  78. 30/04/2013Bringing Neuroscience into School
  79. 29/04/2013Heats, shoots, and leaves – Electricity from living plants
  80. 25/04/2013One-way ticket to life on Mars
  81. 24/04/2013Space debris problem piles up
  82. 17/04/2013Regenerating the future of medicine
  83. 15/04/2013Late spring bad news for hay fever sufferers
  84. 10/04/2013Catastrophic asteroid strike more likely than winning Lotto
  85. 09/04/2013The dark side of matter
  86. 28/03/2013Warm liver works better
  87. 27/03/2013Scientists urge caution over AIDS ‘functional cure’
  88. 25/03/2013Kids and computers
  89. 19/03/2013Statins: lowering cholestorol, raising debate
  90. 11/03/2013Coma software can accurately predict outcome
  91. 27/02/2013Remote controlled telescope
  92. 18/02/2013Mending broken hearts
  93. 14/02/2013Flying lizard set to change the textbooks
  94. 06/02/2013Richard III found
  95. 31/01/2013Spanish doctors take aim at lung cancer
  96. 30/01/2013Neanderthal cloning remains theoretical
  97. 28/01/2013Cycling therapy for Parkinson’s patients
  98. 23/01/2013Micro-algae is new energy source
  99. 17/01/2013Them bones, them bones
  100. 16/01/2013Bugs for breakfast, anyone?
  101. 14/01/2013Riding free of addiction
  102. 13/12/2012Using a foe as a friend
  103. 12/12/2012British Antarctic team to search for new life in sub-glacial lake
  104. 06/12/2012Cell transplant gives hope to Nazdana Jan
  105. 06/12/2012The Internet of Things: hanging out at LeWeb2012
  106. 06/12/2012The Internet of Things: hanging out at LeWeb2012, part II
  107. 05/12/2012LeWeb2012: hanging out with Indiegogo founder Danae Ringelmann
  108. 05/12/2012LeWeb2012: hanging out with kiteboarder and tech investor Bill Tai
  109. 05/12/2012LeWeb2012: hanging out with fighter pilot Brian Shul
  110. 04/12/2012euronews hangs out with with Google Vice President Ben Gomes
  111. 04/12/2012euronews hangs out with charity:water founder and CEO Scott Harrison
  112. 04/12/2012euronews hangs out with InteraXon CEO Ariel Garten
  113. 04/12/2012euronews hangs out with with NASA Chief Software Engineer Benjamin Cichy
  114. 29/11/2012Sleep Apnea treatment
  115. 28/11/2012Protecting posidonia seagrass
  116. 26/11/2012Australian piggery first to go carbon neutral
  117. 22/11/2012Wine gives new meaning to Brahms and Liszt
  118. 21/11/2012Little dog, big problem, big breakthrough
  119. 21/11/2012Painless solutions to painful situations
  120. 19/11/2012Tutankhamon Tomb recreation
  121. 12/11/2012UK researchers become ant-tag-onists
  122. 07/11/2012Where is Europe’s oldest town?
  123. 06/11/2012Protecting the Giant Mussels of the Italian coast
  124. 05/11/2012Precious Venom
  125. 01/11/2012Lighter-than-air material discovered
  126. 31/10/2012Women die of smoking too
  127. 24/10/2012Danube Delta in danger – say activists
  128. 23/10/2012Deep joy for dolphin boy
  129. 17/10/2012Are you one of the filthy rich?
  130. 16/10/2012Fearless Felix’s giant leap
  131. 15/10/2012Satellite snaps stunning shots
  132. 11/10/2012Expert urges ‘limit kids’ screen time’
  133. 10/10/2012Mammoth skeleton found in Siberia
  134. 08/10/2012Team claims success in forecasting ageing
  135. 03/10/2012Starfish cull will protect Great Barrier Reef
  136. 26/09/2012Fossil hunters turn up mammoth find
  137. 12/09/2012Sensory classroom for autistic children
  138. 06/09/2012Dinosaur discovery in south of France
  139. 03/09/2012Less invasive test for Down Syndrome
  140. 27/08/2012Cambodia’s endangered animals
  141. 03/08/2012Follow NASA’s Curiosity Mars landing live
  142. 02/08/2012New computer software helps autistic communicate
  143. 30/07/2012Medieval lingerie
  144. 11/07/2012Looking for life beyond earth
  145. 05/07/2012A black hole awaits its galactic dinner
  146. 04/07/2012Man’s oldest fibre holds bandage breakthrough
  147. 20/06/2012French scientists’ amazing discovery about dead bodies
  148. 07/05/2012Battery birds’ nests
  149. 01/05/2012Signs of radiation recovery in Chernobyl wildlife
  150. 11/04/2012Fight to make OK coral
  151. 04/04/2012‘Seeds of Literacy’ sown at dyslexia project
  152. 02/04/2012Deciphering the DNA of deadly jellyfish
  153. 28/03/2012Einstein archives: relativity to hair tips
  154. 26/03/2012Eliminating measles – personal stories
  155. 23/02/2012In vitro meat
  156. 21/02/2012New treatment for prostate enlargement
  157. 10/01/2012Logging puts Tasmanian eagles at risk
  158. 09/01/2012Giant lizard breeding programme halts species’ decline
  159. 13/12/2011Mobile phone cancer connection
  160. 30/11/2011Threatened seahorses get breeding boost
  161. 22/11/2011SeaOrbiter Ahoy!
  162. 15/11/2011The threat of antibiotic resistance
  163. 08/11/2011Algae, friend or foe?
  164. 19/10/2011Astrophysicist Margherita Hack on an infinite universe
  165. 19/09/2011Advertising turns to science
  166. 19/09/2011Black hole caught gobbling up a star
  167. 27/07/2011Scared to fly, will fly
  168. 05/07/2011Nano boat coating gives barnacles heave-ho
  169. 30/06/2011Womb transplant to go ahead in Sweden
  170. 03/05/2011First ever biosphere project is 20 years old
  171. 21/03/2011Tackling tuberculosis in children
  172. 14/03/2011New cell rejection drug could help diabetics
  173. 02/03/2011Study finds brain responds to mobile signals
  174. 02/02/2011Architect unveils ‘pyramid’s secret rooms’
  175. 27/01/2011Scientists spot oldest-ever galaxy seen
  176. 26/01/2011Blindfolded dolphins can see, says new study
  177. 23/11/2010Earliest known paintings under study in France

Log in
Please enter your login details