Wed, 8 June 2016
Researchers have just published a study that for the first time shows physical changes in trees that in some ways correspond to day-night cycles.
Newly discovered evidence of a previously unknown population of Tasmanian devils could provide the genetic diversity that may be crucial to saving the devils from a deadly facial cancer.
Dating a rock formation deep in a cave in France reveals Neanderthals were much more advanced than previously thought.
Two Armenian physicists have published a study looking at a possible link between dark energy and the direction of time. Dark energy could, they suggest, be the reason why time goes forwards but cannot go backwards.
Listener Chris sent us some interesting information as a follow up to our story about Mt. St Helens.
This episode contains traces of Professor Brian Cox talking about the eventual end of the universe.