A US jury found Bayer AG's glyphosate-based Roundup weed killer caused cancer, a blow to the company eight months after another jury issued a $289 million verdict over similar claims in a different case.
With more than 100 species vanishing every day from the face of the planet, it's easy to let our hearts get in the way of our heads when it comes decisions about how to save precious species from… Audio
Stanford University Emeritus Professor Keith Devlin tells Kathryn how despite technology, maths can remain relevant, including being used to track networks of people involved in planning terrorist… Audio
In Sex At Dawn: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality, co-authors Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jetha take what they call the "standard narrative" of human sexual evolution and re-examine it… Audio
Fascinating information on how we are formed, from first cell to first breath, with Norwegian cell biologist Katharina Vestre. Her book, The Making of You - a journey from cell to human contains a… Audio
Hawaiian filmmaker Na'alehu Anthony is in New Zealand to present his documentary Moananuiakea: One People. One Ocean. One Canoe, which is screening at the Maoriland film festival, in Otaki this week… Audio
Students across the country are taking to the streets today as a part of a worldwide protest against climate change. Elspeth Tilley tells us why it's important to encourage young people to challenge… Audio
No one has ever seen astatine, which shares the distinction of being one of the rarest naturally-occurring elements on earth. Find out more with Allan Blackman from AUT in episode 7 of Elemental. Audio