In an incredibly cute and really cool bit of science fact, an international non-governmental organisation has trained rodents to find buried bombs as well as the ability to sniff out tuberculosis. Read more >>
As views go, astronauts aboard the International Space Station get a pretty good deal. Like this sensational sight of the Nile at night; a glowing line of light and life cutting through the expanse of Africa. Read more >>
This rhino is loaded with technology: it has a camera embedded in its horn, a GPS transmitter around its neck and a heart rate monitor tracking its pulse. But it’s not just some weird wearables experiment: it’s an attempt to stop poaching. Read more >>
Since the Ebola outbreak last year, researchers feared that the virus had been able to evolve at a more rapidly. Now, analysis reveals that it mutated at a perfectly normal rate alleviating those fears.