Did junk food cause blindness? Is climate change making spiders more aggressive? What’s filling a Hawaiian volcano crater? And could glowing life be easier to find?
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?
Liquid water lake under Mars, viruses can defeat CRISPR, editing out genetic diseases in utero, and the discovery of two new adorable peacock spiders.
Elon Musk’s Big Rocket, cloned crayfish, bladder-borne bacteriophages, Cheddar Man reconstructed and tiny ancient spider-tails!
Fast Radio Bursts, non-bee pollinators, blue tarantulas and the evolutionary effects of agriculture.
Artificial milk, penguin-like rovers, arachnophobia-curing brain surgery and a bad week for private spaceflight.
Continental drift caused by a meteorite, fossilised arachnids aren’t cute, water on Mars, Tamiflu, expensive violins.
$100m for BRAIN research, dream interpretation, procuring drugs for research and more!
Russian meteor strike, the common ancestor of mammals, self-assembling molecules, spiders in the sky and more!
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