How a giant tortoise could help you live longer, brain zapping to treat depression, and a male contraceptive trial. Plus, dark fluid could be the explanation for dark matter and dark energy, maybe.
There’s a dark matter hurricane all around us, the kilogram gets a new definition, and were Neanderthals really more violent than modern humans?
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.
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.
Dark matter, rain on Venus, Otzi’s bad teeth, red meat and heart attacks, and the folk remedy that may combat bed bugs.
Planets around 4-star systems, concrete that repairs itself, and see-through mice. Plus the Prime Minister’s Science Prizes, bird speciation and a vaccine for the Hendra virus.