Why are people clamouring about a 9th planet? Do we actually have any proof and where does this leave Pluto? Plus we find out about something that lives of 300 cups of coffee a day.
Tiny creatures can pack a big punch. We find out about two of the biggest hitters (despite their tiny size) of the animal kingdom, and what it can tell us about mechanics, ecology and adaptation. We get into detail on Pistol Shrimp and Chameleons!
How can mathematics help us find the best way to slice pizza? If data seems is too good to be true, is it statistically more likely to be erroneous? We tackle some mathematical quandaries and paradoxes!
Mysterious sea monsters and Japanese fishermen become good friends, and scientists stopping garbage islands forming in our oceans - all this and more aquatic science in this week's Lagrange Point.