"After cameras are attached to some of the monkeys, the conservation researchers find that they prefer wild fruits to butternuts."
"Georgina Mace described Britain’s conservation targets as “very unambitious.” She maintains it will be simple and worthwhile to focus them on making things better, rather than stopping them getting worse. I, for one, agree wholeheartedly."
The latter part of January treated us to some exciting science, including a ‘super blue blood moon’ and innovations using a DNA sequencer.
This development allows for more realistic and accurate drug testing than in previous studies.
It is regarded as one of the most accurate simulations of a collection of galaxies to date.
SciTech take a look at some of the big breakthroughs of 2017.
"2018 is set to be an exciting year for new science, but it is always good to remember anniversaries such as these to remind us where we came from."