T-Rex kept a cool head, first AI developed human vaccine, and painstakingly mapping a mouse brain.
All about the meteor that wiped out the dinosaurs, heart recommendations aren’t necessarily evidence-based, the Uncanny Valley for the ears, and tiny fluorescent frogs!
Our top stories from 2017. All the stories we thought particularly interesting, from gravitational waves to Roman concrete!
The largest dinosaur, the most well-preserved dinosaur, intergalactic atoms and how bees fly.
Ed and Lucas talk to Dr Steve Salisbury about finding the world’s largest dinosaur tracks, and searching for fossils in Antarctica.
Ancient astronomy corrects modern calculations, well-preserved feathered dino tail, a step closer to nuclear fusion, and magic mushrooms for depression.
Dinosaur-killing meteorite, coconut extinction threat, water on Mars and the story of Jeremy the Left-Coiled Snail.
SpaceX heads to Mars, dino babies left on their own, and a plant that uses ant armies for defense. Plus, a moon for Makemake!
Spotting penguins for science, sending probes to Alpha Centauri, and how to tell if a T. Rex is expecting!
Bacteria that eats plastic, T-rex evolved from the size of a horse, your parents’ diet before you were born could make you fat, a huge black hole spins super fast, and massive stars are really big.