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Researchers at the University of Southampton have captured unprecedented data about some of the coldest abyssal ocean waters on earth – known as Antarctic Bottom Water (AABW) – during first voyage of the yellow robotic submersible known as Boaty McBoatface.

Boaty McBoatface M44 in Orkney Passage from Eleanor Frajka-Williams on Vimeo.

Footage captured by aerial drones as part of a narwhal research camp in Tremblay Sound, Nunavut, Canada is giving biologists new insights into the behaviour of one of the world's most mysterious whales, the long tusked Narwhal. In the footage, a narwhal can be seen using quick taps of its tusk to stun Arctic cod, rendering them immobile and thus easier to capture and eat.

Recyclers Viridor have teamed up with packaging specialist Nextek to find a way to sort the supermarket food tray waste mountain.

Leak detectives are using Victorian 'sticks' to save 900 million litres of water hidden but leaking under the streets of north-west England.

The Natural History Museum (NHM) has successfully achieved £11 million in energy savings and reduced carbon emissions by over 15,000 tonnes during the past decade thanks to a trigeneration scheme in partnership with Vital Energi.

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