Advantages of jaundice, giant carnivorous invasive cloned flatworms, a successful eradication project, and the asteroid that orbits the wrong way.
The oldest human bones dated, two-headed flatworms in space, sixth mass-extinction, and babies see faces in the womb.
Is this the antibacterial apocalypse? Some bacteria is now resistant to even our last-resort antibiotics. Also biologists making flatworms grow the heads and brains of other species of flatworms, without altering their genome. And the genome of the tardigrade gets sequenced, and there’s a lot of foreign DNA in there.
What does a peahen look for in a peacock? Dolphins may use names, but it’s sketchy. Scientists have implanted scary false memories into mice. And the thinnest, imperceptible technology.