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18 January 2011 Last updated at 23:09 ET
India aims for tidal power first
The Indian state of Gujarat plans to build Asia's first commercial-scale tidal power facility.
Tidal project passes power tests
Major tidal project gets go-ahead
Is this the end for UK tidal power?
Galileo price rises 1.9bn euros
Europe will have to spend a further 1.9bn euros (£1.6bn) on top of the 3.4bn already committed to complete its Galileo satellite-navigation system.
Galileo boss falls in Wiki row
Contracts for Galileo sat-nav
Cash boost helps bustard project
A project to reintroduce the great bustard to the UK is given a £1.8m boost from the European Union.
Sharks are probably colour-blind
Sharks are probably unable to distinguish colours, according to a study examining the creatures' retinas. EARTH NEWS
Wine's future 'needs new grapes'
Maps of the grape genome can provide wine-growers with the new varieties they will need to deal with disease and regulations, a study suggests.
EU scolds Sweden over wolf hunt
Genetics 'has role in friendship'
Queensland's soggy soils revealed
UK urged to halt shale gas tests
Deepest part of ocean gets probed
Fall of Rome 'recorded in trees'
Dark follower of Milky Way sought
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2011 'year of rockets' for Europe
'Zombie-sat' rises like a phoenix
GM chickens 'made to resist flu'
Pioneering computer to be rebuilt
'Galaxy city' seen in its youth
Space tourism jet work continues
Other Environment Stories
New find from dawn of the dinos
EU warning on fish sanctions
Upland downpours 'more frequent'
Curious crows explore with tools
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'Rhino poachers' shot in S Africa
Flipper tags 'damage' penguins
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'Astrophysical brass in the microwave muck'
Stretching the UK space pound in 2011
Mars rover still rolling at 7th anniversary
Earth Watch: Richard Black
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Conservation and Schrodinger's cat
Ice-cold in analysis
A good year for the shark
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Single plant 'conquered America'
A single peat moss has colonised sites across America with genetically identical offspring.
Feeding birds delays dawn chorus
Old forests 'crucial' for pandas
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Restoring Eden
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Stone stitching
How an ancient Indian temple was 'stitched' back together
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