Mon, 9 June 2014
Greenland is more vulnerable to melting than we thought, and the West Antarctic ice shelf is melting much faster and is now 'unstoppable'.
The Great Red Spot on Jupiter is shrinking and changing shape.
The top 10 new species of 2013 have been announced. Some of them are cute.
The first farm to supply insects for human consumption has opened, but faces regulatory, engineering and cultural hurdles.
Jupiter's moon Ganymede has layers of ice and water beneath its surface. NASA calls it a 'moonwich' but nobody else does.
An elaborate experiment shows that fruit flies need to stop and think before making decisions. Also, fruit flies have decisions to make.