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Podcast | 20 min READ
From sweat bees to deforestation, we cover it all on the fascinating subject of biodiversity. What is it, and why should we care? Plus, Pete impersonates a howler monkey.
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You don’t have to be a farmer to appreciate how annoying aphids can be. Anyone trying to maintain a garden has probably suffered some form of infestation.
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Quick read | 5 min READ
To celebrate a most momentous anniversary, as well as the DNA sequencing of a particularly famous apple tree for the first time, we reflect on how science has advanced since Newton came up with the theory of gravity 350 years ago.