Liquid water lake under Mars, viruses can defeat CRISPR, editing out genetic diseases in utero, and the discovery of two new adorable peacock spiders.
Elon Musk’s Big Rocket, cloned crayfish, bladder-borne bacteriophages, Cheddar Man reconstructed and tiny ancient spider-tails!
The science Nobel Prizes for 2015, the first biofluorescent turtle ever seen, targeted bacteriophages, the health of Pompeii victims, and bright spots on Ceres.
Rosetta arrives at the comet, an uncontacted tribe gets influenza, and a bacteriophage is the most common virus in your body. Plus, how bears overeat but don’t get diabetes, a year long microbiome study, and crazy octopus sex!