Mice have facial expressions, and a neutron star collision before the birth of our solar system.
SoT 265: Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes
- June 4, 2017
- Tagged as: bad journalism, biology, climate change, flamingos, international space station, Juno, Jupiter, media, mice, planetary science, space, sperm, Svalbard
Juno results, the real situation at the Svalbard seed vault, very stable flamingos, and Space Sperm used to make baby mice!
SoT 219: Mother’s Guilt
- March 28, 2016
- Tagged as: astronomy, bacteria, big numbers, black holes, brain size, dinosaurs, environment, epigenetics, evolution, food, massive stars, mice, PET, plastic, quasars, recycling, rotation, star formation, tyrannosaurus, waste
Bacteria that eats plastic, T-rex evolved from the size of a horse, your parents’ diet before you were born could make you fat, a huge black hole spins super fast, and massive stars are really big.
SoT 181: The Urge To Sniff Your Hand
Jupiter’s subsurface ocean, bacteria refuelling through nanotubes, memory manipulation, handshake sniffing and wind on a comet!
SoT 129: The Pit of Eggs
- December 17, 2013
- Tagged as: ancestors, comet, contraception, epigenetics, evolution, genetics, male contraception, memory, mice, space exploration, the moon
Mice that inherit memories, crowdfunding, comet ISON and the oldest human DNA. Plus male contraceptives, and China sends a rover to the moon.