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.
Tree-hugging koalas stay cool, gum tree genome sequenced, and ISEE-3 probe returns after 36 years. Claims of the Turing test being passed, the affects of gut bacteria on malnutrition and an ark for yeast cultures.
Fracking-related earthquakes, tiny genomes, gibbon-songs and bog bodies. Plus chronic excreters and fish that eat nuts.
Brain-eating amoebas, farm pest controlled by bacteria, ancient horse DNA and chocolate brownies! Also a torch that runs on body-heat, Russian rocket failure and a meteoric shockwave.
Inoculating babies with ‘good’ bacteria, the genome of the coelacanth gives clues to limb evolution, conscious babies and more!