Did junk food cause blindness? Is climate change making spiders more aggressive? What’s filling a Hawaiian volcano crater? And could glowing life be easier to find?
Those puppy-dog eyes evolved specially for you, the widely accepted theory of supermassive black hole formation could be wrong, and you’re not growing horns because of your phone.
Children draw lady scientists, an old star that messed with our solar system, and newspapers a dying tool for epidemiologists.
Remembering Stephen Hawking, space twins are still human, a parrot comeback, a plummeting space station and Kepler running on empty.
Juno results, the real situation at the Svalbard seed vault, very stable flamingos, and Space Sperm used to make baby mice!
A universal cancer vaccine, a old giant sponge, mobile phones and rat cancer, and stopping Zika with condoms!
A teenager may have found a Mayan city, a parasite causing zombie crabs, a folate study is over-hyped, and biocontrol success stories.
Lots of exoplanets found, Mt St. Helens recharging, disappearing islands, and the jellyfish with bright gonads!
Mini ice age nonsense, world’s first malaria vaccine, $100m funding to search for aliens, ancient dentistry and (sort of) an Earth-like exoplanet.
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