Koalas aren’t extinct, impossible black hole exists and an old spacecraft bombarded by dust.
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!
Those puppy-dog eyes evolved specially for you, the widely accepted theory of supermassive black hole formation could be wrong, and you’re not growing horns because of your phone.
The genetics of marijuana use, microbes that darken, String Theory vs Dark Energy, Ancient Egyption cheese.
Remembering Stephen Hawking, space twins are still human, a parrot comeback, a plummeting space station and Kepler running on empty.
Dr. Katie Mack is a theoretical astrophysicist whose work focuses mainly on finding new was to learn about the early universe and fundamental physics.
Tracing the oridings of fast radio bursts, putting penguins on treadmills, a new cause of Lyme Disease, and harnessing bacterial nanospears!
When two black holes collided 1.3 billion light years away, it sent ripples – gravitational waves – through spacetime that we detected here on Earth!
Dr. Krystal’s new role at the BioMelbourne Network, astronauts eat space-grown lettuce, more information about the new malaria vaccine, and the genome shows octopuses are pretty complicated.
Antibiotic resistance a growing problem, slower rate of expansion for the universe, LHC upgraded, paracetamol ineffective for back pain and Ganymede has a mysterious bulge.