Human ancestors walked upright much earlier than thought, a new health hazard for spaceflight, avoiding veggies because of genetics, and a possible solar energy storing molecule.
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.
The Yanny vs Laurel audio illusion, plumes of water from Europa, the origin of the amphibian-killing fungus, using ice cores to study Ancient Rome’s economy, and clever magpies learn the calls of other birds.
Genetic roadmap from cell to organism, a blood donation hero, a call for WHO action, and seafaring Neanderthals.
Remembering Stephen Hawking, space twins are still human, a parrot comeback, a plummeting space station and Kepler running on empty.
Gigantic iceberg, cannibal caterpillars, bacteria data storage and well-planned ravens!
Mapping gene interactions, more galaxies in our universe, James Webb ready for testing and how bacteria causes acne.
The tides affect earthquakes, four species of giraffes, bacteria evolves on video, Gaia releases galactic map and Ebola lingers in survivors.