COMMENT: Instead of mourning loss of lives, we are mourning the loss of some businesses.
COMMENT: Home schooling during lockdown has certainly been a learning curve.
COMMENT: Before eating fruit or veges, reduce the risk by washing in soapy water.
Artificial intelligence is helping scientists in their fight with bacteria.
COMMENT: It's probably less to do with behaviour and more to do with sex chromosomes.
Researchers have watched the brain changes of the bird as they learn.
Unique features of the nocturnal mammal's immune system help to protect it.
New research explains why pet allergies are so commonplace
The race is on to create a vaccine for the new coronavirus
Today, we present this year's top five columns from Nanogirl Michelle Dickinson.
COMMENT: Walking while looking at a smartphone has become common - and can be dangerous.
COMMENT: Brewing waste could be used to filter dirty water, cook food and heat your home.
COMMENT: Leaf blowers are endangering our garden friends and contributing to their decline
COMMENT: The bad news is, even with the often bizarre remedies, there's no stopping them.
COMMENT: Some of us are born to need very little sleep while others require way more.
COMMENT: Floppy-eared rabbits are also suffering from the traits that make them adorable.
COMMENT: Research has found the first genetic instructions in DNA linked to handedness.
Fingerprints, facial recognition information, photos, usernames and passwords found.
COMMENT: Making cement for concrete is responsible for about 8 per cent of emissions.
COMMENT: No legislation in place to reduce these tyre-emitted microplastics.
COMMENT: The secret to reducing climate change could be through breeding less burpy cows.
COMMENT: Music skills can help children with development in other areas of their learning.
Just like the flu, gossiped news can spread through whole communities very quickly.
New test a step closer to guidance around THC levels and workplace and driver safety.
Children who have a post-lunch nap show better academic performance and are happier.
Forget surviving on another planet - the question is will your knees make the journey?
COMMENT: 5G is simply the fifth generation of mobile internet connectivity.
COMMENT: Demand for electric cars risks driving a new child exploitation industry.
COMMENT: European Union moves fast to consign speeding to the past.
COMMENT: It's time to make polluting fashion go out of trend.
COMMENT: Scientists are trying to find new sources for the valuable metal lithium.
COMMENT: Plastics are affecting turtle populations but probably not in the way you think.