Dr Morgan Cable is a planetary scientist and astrobiologist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
The oldest human bones dated, two-headed flatworms in space, sixth mass-extinction, and babies see faces in the womb.
Juno results, the real situation at the Svalbard seed vault, very stable flamingos, and Space Sperm used to make baby mice!
Vision problems in space, platypus venom a cure for diabetes, and looking for a Parkinson’s cause in the gut.
Spotting penguins for science, sending probes to Alpha Centauri, and how to tell if a T. Rex is expecting!
Potential health effects of e-cigarettes, Nasa turning poop into food, new ways to look at fisheries management, and how smelling vomit can make you sick.
Dr. Krystal’s new role at the BioMelbourne Network, astronauts eat space-grown lettuce, more information about the new malaria vaccine, and the genome shows octopuses are pretty complicated.
Space Archaeology, MESSENGER crashes into Mercury, organic farm stores more carbon than it emits, bacteria fighting climate change, and beard poop.
Updates on ISEE-3, fossilised brains, electric bacteria and a rubber duckie comet. Plus the largest non-avian flying dinosaur, a cancer vaccine from a cat poo parasite, and snakes on a plane in microgravity.
Gravitational waves controversy, Facebook psychology controversy, electric eel evolution, ebola, coffee in space and more!