One of nature's mistakes is giving clues about the inner working of the visual cortex.
Episode 59: June 2019
A paralyzed bee buried with a beewolf egg. Image credit: Erhard Strohm (CC BY 4.0)
Voice your concerns about research culture and research communication: Have your say in our 7th annual survey.
6:32How do wasp eggs preserve the food they will eat when they hatch?
13:18A method used in astronomy is harnessed to measure individual blood cells in eye vessels, exposing errors in old models.
20:22'Palaeoshellomics' is a new field that relies on proteins to read the archeology of shells used by early humans.
27:04The scientific workforce is changing, but the research culture has not: what could be done to address this gap?