An ancient grape variety still used to make wine, an unexplained large mass found in the moon, and faster, improved PET scanners.
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Described as “the biggest thing since dark energy”, the recent detection of gravitational waves from the afterglow of the big bang confirms a significant theory in cosmology. Astronomer Dr. Alan Duffy joins us to explain it all.
Last ditch attempt to save Kepler, the discoveries of a deep blue exoplanet and a new moon for Neptune. Plus, decapitated worms can regrow their heads and their memories.
NASA sends GRAIL shaped beacon to the Moon World-first hybrid sharks found off Australia Violinists can’t tell the difference between.