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Warming climate has grown UK economy 10% but shrunk poorest by a third

Big emitters like UK, Norway and Canada have seen economic benefits of warming temperatures since 1960, while nations like Sudan and India have suffered

Low-protein diet may prevent breast cancer resisting treatment

Animal proteins have higher amount of leucine compared with plant proteins and switch could maintain usefulness of key hormone therapy drug

Massive asteroid will pass Earth closer than the Moon

Nasa astronomers warn there is a risk Asteroid 2019 GC6 will collide with Earth in the next 100 years

Study finds HPV vaccination greatly reduces rate of pre-cancer

The programme is having a ‘profound effect’ on the prevalence of cancer-causing strains of the virus – even on those who have not been inoculated, explains Kevin Pollock

Speed limiters are coming – here is what we should consider

Monitoring speedings cars is a complicated matter. John McDermid tells us why it’s so complex

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Live updates as astronomers reveal first ever photo of black hole

An international scientific team on Wednesday announced a milestone in astrophysics - the first-ever photo of a black hole - using a global network of telescopes to gain insight into celestial objects with gravitational fields so strong no matter or light can escape.