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Today’s physics news: Space probe homes in on baby planet, and what colour is the dress?

By SophieH | 27 Feb, 2015 | 0 Comments

Space probe homes in on baby planet One hundred million miles away, between Mars and Jupiter, a thin band of rocks and debris orbits the Sun, as it has done since the beginning of the solar system. Today, the largest of these rocks is, for the first time, expecting a visitor that isn’t also a […]

Today’s physics news: Google machine learns to master video games, and vintage Nasa photos up for auction

By SophieH | 26 Feb, 2015 | 0 Comments

Google machine learns to master video games A machine has taught itself how to play and win video games, scientists say. The computer program, which is inspired by the human brain, learned how to play 49 classic Atari games. In more than half, it was as good or better than a professional human player. Researchers […]

Today’s physics news: LEDs spur growth in UK fruit and veg, and a solar eclipse to plunge Britain into darkness

By Mike B | 25 Feb, 2015 | 0 Comments

LED light can turn Britain into hothouse food grower

Today’s physics news: Scientists to develop Wallace and Gromit ‘smart trousers’, and physicists chart the behaviour of world economies

By Mike B | 24 Feb, 2015 | 0 Comments

UK robotics experts developing ‘smart trousers’

Today’s physics news: Black holes stunt the birth of stars, and Nasa astronauts take a spacewalk

By Mike B | 23 Feb, 2015 | 0 Comments

Black hole’s blast stunts birth of stars

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