Have you missed us? Looking forward to another season of Science on Top? Here’s something to whet your appetite – a story of cute cephalopods, curious scientists and red and blue 3D glasses!
The Ig Nobel Prizes honour achievements that first make us laugh, then make us think. We take a look at this year’s winners: from cats in jars to disgusting cheese!
A second detection of gravitational waves sparks a new field of astronomy. The WHO says your coffee isn’t carcinogenic, provided it’s not too hot.
Martian plumes, penguin tastes, health benefits of cofee, Titan submarines and sugar causing early menstruation.
The uncommon Common Octopus, why coffee has caffeine, smart-phones and ‘internet naturalists’, and the tough and hardy electronic fabric.
Gravitational waves controversy, Facebook psychology controversy, electric eel evolution, ebola, coffee in space and more!
All the fun from the 2012 Ig Nobel awards! Ponytails, SpeechJammer, coffee, dead salmon, the Eiffel Tower and more!