BBC News - Science & Environment Cambridge scientists consider fake news 'vaccine' 2017-01-23T05:10:53.000000Z Concern at fabricated stories on websites prompts a psychological study to help people spot fake news. Project aims to grow a 'city of trees' 2017-01-21T14:40:55.000000Z A project aims to plant three million trees - one for every man, woman and child - in Greater Manchester over the next 25 years. Roger Harrabin: World v Trump on climate deal? 2017-01-21T00:50:24.000000Z As the new president settles in, much of the world reaffirms its commitment to the Paris agreement. Gore 'hoping for best' from Trump over climate 2017-01-20T13:25:19.000000Z Ex-US Vice President Al Gore, who has made a new climate change film, says he thinks campaigners will "win" the debate. Larsen ice crack continues to open up 2017-01-20T01:55:51.000000Z The crack in Antarctica's Larsen C Ice Shelf that looks set to spawn a giant iceberg has spread a further 10km. Ants use Sun and memories to navigate 2017-01-19T17:02:07.000000Z Scientists say ants can plot a route home even when travelling backwards. 'Lost kingdom' linked to Galloway 2017-01-19T16:38:41.000000Z Archaeological research at a site in Galloway suggests it may have been at the heart of a "lost kingdom" from the Dark Ages. Why are we running out of courgettes? 2017-01-19T09:53:37.000000Z Bad weather in Italy and Spain is significantly increasing the price of vegetables across northern Europe BBC Breakfast presenters meet 'Orangu-cam' 2017-01-19T08:11:05.000000Z The Breakfast team have been monkeying around with one of the stars of new series 'Spy in the Wild'. Robotic sleeve 'hugs' failing hearts 2017-01-19T01:05:07.000000Z US scientists develop a robotic sleeve that can help hearts pump when they fail to work properly.