Luis has a BSc in computing and an MSc in zoology from Oxford. His works include How Cows Reach The Ground.
In the future you may be able to print your own plastic home.
As you get older your brow will furrow, your skin will crease and your eyes gain crow's feet.
Blergh, I think the majority can agree that sprouts are not a favourite meal!
Because... life finds a way!
Twit twoo! Different types of birds may understand what each other are saying.
Fancy a trip to the Jurassic or Cambrian era? In order to survive the environments of the past people would need a number of things...
As if by magic, leavened breads rise as they are baked.
Otherwise known as quakes or tremors, it is estimated that Earth is subjected to around 500,000 earthquakes each year.
One small step for man, one giant leap for flag-kind.
Give a lengthy sniff next time you visit the seaside, you will be taking in a variety of scents produced from within the ocean.
Bigger is better! Humans have the largest relative brain to body mass ratio of any existing species.
We know the Earth's human population is rising unsustainably, in 2011 it hit 7 billion, so it is important to understand the ratio of people being born to those dying.
After-gig tinnitus isn't very pleasant, loud sounds can cause buzzing in your ears and sometimes permanent hearing loss.
Edinburgh of the Seven Seas (pictured) is the main settlement on Tristan da Cunha, which is often considered the most remote island on the planet.
The penis bone, otherwise known as the 'baculum', is present in all primates aside from humans.
Aerial firefighters use helicopters and aeroplanes to drop fire-retardants or water on forest fires.
As humans get older, they get shorter.
Here comes the sun, doo doo doo doo… plants have developed a number of ways to survive when they can't photosynthesise.
Good night, sleep tight. Fido has sweet dreams too.
Jurassic Park taught us that the T. Rex wasn’t necessarily the most clever creature, but there are a number of reasons they didn’t adapt to become smarter.
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