Another Tabby’s Star theory, why we still believe the myth of menstrual synchrony, and artificial intelligence studying science papers.
T-Rex kept a cool head, first AI developed human vaccine, and painstakingly mapping a mouse brain.
Bonobo mothers watch their sons mating, AI detects lung cancer, trees trying to keep up with carbon dioxide levels and the drug-laced contents of an ancient Shaman’s pouch.
Koko the Gorilla passes away – so can animals use language? Plus a galaxy that might have no dark matter, and the humans pretending to be AI bots.
Tree-hugging koalas stay cool, gum tree genome sequenced, and ISEE-3 probe returns after 36 years. Claims of the Turing test being passed, the affects of gut bacteria on malnutrition and an ark for yeast cultures.