Softly hugging jellyfish, satellite refuelling, musical plants and detecting planets with aurorae.
Houseplants don’t clean the air, lots of rogue planets in our galaxy, and our galaxy could be bigger than Andromeda. Plus, how our changing diets changed our language.
Why was lapis lazuli found in a medieval tooth? Can plants be trained? How does body position affect spidey-sense? And why has the Earth’s magnetic field suddenly sped up?
Why tropical plants have big leaves, Cassini dives into Saturn, auroras on Jupiter and buried undies.
Gigantic iceberg, cannibal caterpillars, bacteria data storage and well-planned ravens!
SpaceX heads to Mars, dino babies left on their own, and a plant that uses ant armies for defense. Plus, a moon for Makemake!
New elements confirmed, spreading irukandji jellyfish, possibly ninth planet, counting plants and the strange ‘alien’ star is even stranger!
Genetically engineered ‘home-brew’ heroin, a plant that lures bats and then feasts on their droppings, and differences in pain between men and women.
People prefer pain over boredom, mantis shrimps can see in UV, and plants can hear caterpillars. One species of lichen is actually 126, there’s less plastic in the ocean than there should be, and Ukrainian astronomers take a stab at Vladimir Putin.
One third of US honeybees died last year. Breast-milk protein helps antibiotics.Fungus helps plants talk. Could 15,000 year old words still be in use today?