Mice have facial expressions, and a neutron star collision before the birth of our solar system.
Tiny snails that nearly went extinct are now back, the mysterious massive explosion in our galaxy, and a native rodent learns to hunt cane toads!
Did junk food cause blindness? Is climate change making spiders more aggressive? What’s filling a Hawaiian volcano crater? And could glowing life be easier to find?
Important but tiny and overlooked fish, rapidly spinning black holes, ancient human migration, and the benefits of not staring at your phone.
How zebrafish helped treat a genetic disease, a common cold virus could treat bladder cancer, the origins of a fast radio burst, and the creepy crawlies we find fearful and disgusting.
For the first time ever, astronomers have taken a photo of the silhouette of the event horizon of a black hole!
Houseplants don’t clean the air, lots of rogue planets in our galaxy, and our galaxy could be bigger than Andromeda. Plus, how our changing diets changed our language.
Koalas are less stressed in green cities, SpaceX Crew Dragon docks with the ISS, stressed meerkat daughters are more helpful, and even more evidence for Planet Nine.
Japan’s asteroid sample return mission has a big success, tracking smuggled echidnas, Mars One file bankruptcy and a potential universal flu vaccine.
Why do wombats have square poops? Earth’s sun may have a twin, a new kingdom in the tree of life and water detected in the atmosphere of an exoplanet.