Giant pythons find their way home, an asteroid with rings, got bacteria makes chocolate good for you and another Oort cloud object discovered.
Rosetta comet-chaser awakens, new hypothesis for lactose persistence, moths and sloths, and the rise of Chinese cloning.
Professor Fred Watson argues that space tourism is a necessary step in humankind’s emergence as a space-faring species.
The Milky Way is wobbly, elephant culling has long-term traumatic effects, more Earth-like exoplanets than expected & left vs right tail-wagging in dogs!
We sleep to wash our brains, jellyfish in space, yeti was a bear, urination time and secret botox.
Where’s Voyager? Roller derby and bacteria, 3-donor IVF, bacteria that commit suicide and the real age of the Universe.
Women in space, HIV Baby ‘cured’, 60 Second Science, new telescopes and diamonds from the sea floor!
Older stars can make planets, Iran sends a monkey to space, an old English king found in a car park and much more!
James Cameron’s deep dive results, the healing power of maggots, koala evolution and a rover twin set to join Curiosity. Plus moon tourism, moon mapping and the passing of Sir Patrick Moore.
Bookworms, gut worms, mycoplasma ghosts and the dangers of grapefruit. Plus the evolution of vision, and a US-Russian crew to spend a year in space.