Have you missed us? Looking forward to another season of Science on Top? Here’s something to whet your appetite – a story of cute cephalopods, curious scientists and red and blue 3D glasses!
Vision problems in space, platypus venom a cure for diabetes, and looking for a Parkinson’s cause in the gut.
Dawn arrives at Ceres, large carnivores practice population control, #TheDress, Titan could have life unlike anything on Earth, Russia pulls out of the ISS and emulsifiers affecting gut microbiome.
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.
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.
Rats get rehab, fruit flies with restless legs, Old Person Smell, evil eyebrows and more!