Plastic-eating enzyme, NASA’s new planet-hunting spacecraft, and DNA that spreads to other species remarkably common in the oceans.
Are diet drinks causing dementia and strokes? Caterpillars could eat all the plastics, why dragonflies fake their own deaths and sequencing DNA from soil.
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.
HIV getting less deadly, successful test flight of Orion, alcohol evolution, Ebola survivor blood transfusions and plastic that breaks down in UV light.
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.
Nanotech turns plants into common plastic Sunscreen concern reaches into the school grounds.