An anti-malarial microbe, a record-breaking poop, and record-breaking solar panels.
A quick update on what’s happening with the show.
The quick version: we’re still here, but the world’s on fire and things are a bit tough. We’ll be back.
Pandas finally mate, a subsurface ocean on Pluto, and could fava beans be the new soy beans?
SoT 356: The Same… But Opposite
The lizard that lays eggs and gives birth, solar power at night and training a robot dog with real dogs!
Mice have facial expressions, and a neutron star collision before the birth of our solar system.
InSight gets a helpful tap, amber gives clues towards Ideal Glass, and fish finger development!
A vaccine delivery system without the needles, and further evidence that Thea helped form our moon!
Softly hugging jellyfish, satellite refuelling, musical plants and detecting planets with aurorae.
A luxurious plan to save seahorses, precise methane measurements, 65,000 year old food and the environmental impact of dying.
We interview epidemiologist Gideon Meyerowitz-Katz about the novel coronavirus pandemic.