Mental health, space-based graviational wave detectors, statistics of birth and viewing a distant Kuiper belt object.
Our top stories from 2016. All the stories we thought particularly interesting, from gravitational waves to Tasmanian Devils!
Pluto one year after New Horizons, antibiotic resistant ghonorrhea, and did Planet Nine tilt the solar system?
Some giant viruses have immune systems, NASA announces a new space telescope, chocolate might not be great for your brain, and possible clouds on Pluto!
Our top stories from 2015. All the stories we thought particularly interesting, plus the times where the media or scientists got things very wrong.
RIP Dr. Oliver Sacks, the link between lack of sleep and illness, climate change could affect nitrogen fixating-bacteria, New Horizons has a new target.
A special episode all about Pluto and the New Horizons mission. We’re joined by Dr. Mike Goldsmith, a science writer with a PhD in astrophysics who’s currently writing a book about Pluto. Keep an eye on Amazon for “New Horizons To Pluto” to be published in the next month or so.
Astronomer Tanya Hill welcomes Pluto to the family of celestial bodies photographed up close.
Benefits of breastfeeding babies, baboon social structure and gut microbiomes, a DNA family tree of the UK shows historic migration waves, accidentally turning cancer cells into immune cells, and NASA wants your suggestions for features on Pluto!
Rosetta gives clues to Earth’s water’s origins, one of the most common minerals in our planet, New Horizons and Dawn to visit minor planets, DNA tests for twins, and the dangers of raw milk.