Meat's delicious — but bad for our planet. The solution? Grow it in a lab. We also enter a German hospital to show you how invasive Germany's national health study is, and if you like the moon, you'll love 2019.
NASA is planning to send to a drone spacecraft to search for signs of life on Saturn's largest moon. Scientists with the mission say this particular moon is "unlike any other place in the solar system."
The '69 moon landing was science-free. Until someone said, "they'd better have something to do." So they studied rocks.
After years in the lab, will meats derived from animal cells finally break into the mainstream consumer market? The products could have huge implications for the planet, human health and animal welfare.
Germany's first Space Station Commander Alexander Gerst told Deutsche Welle that to him, reaching out to young students and kids is the most important part of his "Horizons" mission.
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