Radio signals baffling birds, DNA with 6 base pairs instead of 4, forgetting old memories to remember the new, lonely bacteria and polio makes a comeback.
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The pitch drops, ants that skydive, an Earth-like exo-planet, and a malaria outbreak without mosquitoes!
Continental drift caused by a meteorite, fossilised arachnids aren’t cute, water on Mars, Tamiflu, expensive violins.
STAP saga continued, exosuit for diving, giant virus thawed out after 30,000 years. Fighting space debris with lasers, and unconscious perceptions of maths ability.
Wind turbines, hurricanes, ancient whale bones and a sock for your heart!
Rosetta comet-chaser awakens, new hypothesis for lactose persistence, moths and sloths, and the rise of Chinese cloning.
Extreme weather and climate change, time travel, dolphin druggies and Toothless the dragon!
Trial to improve radiotherapy, de-extinction of frogs and goats, lab temp affects trials and growing plants on the moon. RIP Frederick Sanger, father of genomics.
Blinky the mutant crab, specific man-made actions linked to climate change, baby immune systems, asteroids, insect sex and more!