How fish survive the freezing cold, diagnosing Parkinson’s Disease through smell, a synthetic DNA with 8 letters, and surprising discoveries about asteroid Bennu!
Japan’s asteroid sample return mission has a big success, tracking smuggled echidnas, Mars One file bankruptcy and a potential universal flu vaccine.
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.
Gene edited babies plagued with ethical and scientific controversy, NASA probes Mars, and Mitochondrial DNA inherited from fathers.
Remembering Stephen Hawking, space twins are still human, a parrot comeback, a plummeting space station and Kepler running on empty.
Another gravitational wave observation invites more questions than answers, bacteria in cancer thwart chemo drugs, and how cow DNA came from reptiles.
Are diet drinks causing dementia and strokes? Caterpillars could eat all the plastics, why dragonflies fake their own deaths and sequencing DNA from soil.
The most likely explanation for Tabby’s Star yet, baby microbiota, complex life’s false start, and DNA with six chemical bases!
Chinese scientists report editing the genome of human embryos, the role of oxytocin in human/dog relations, chimps that hunt with spears, unexpected bacterial complications in organ transplants, another magma chamber found at the Yellowstone supervolcano and celebrating 25 years of Hubble.
Benefits of breastfeeding babies, baboon social structure and gut microbiomes, a DNA family tree of the UK shows historic migration waves, accidentally turning cancer cells into immune cells, and NASA wants your suggestions for features on Pluto!