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Today’s physics news: Google fail on space elevator, and why science needs more philanthropists

By Joe W | 17 Apr, 2014 | 0 Comments

Google finds a lift into space will never get off the ground They may have mastered self-driving cars and walking robots, but one problem has proved beyond the wits of Google’s engineers – building an elevator into space. The Independent   Scientific endeavour needs more philanthropists The super-rich have never been short of things to […]

Today’s physics news: Nasa to send identical twins into space, five materials that could change the world, and public design future spacesuits

By Mike B | 16 Apr, 2014 | 0 Comments

Nasa conducts Einstein-esque paradox twin experiment

Today’s physics news: Glow in the dark roads, ozone hole over the UK, and the Moon turns red over Americas

By Mike B | 15 Apr, 2014 | 0 Comments

Glow in the dark road unveiled in the Netherlands

Today’s physics news: Latest IPCC report, ‘Particle Fever’ film about life at the LHC, and the hunt for dark matter begins at LUX detector

By Mike B | 14 Apr, 2014 | 0 Comments

IPCC climate change report: averting catastrophe is eminently affordable

Today’s physics news: Stem students at record high, fruit flies barrel-rolling, and a smartphone battery that charges in 30 seconds

By Mike B | 11 Apr, 2014 | 0 Comments

Number of students studying Stem course in UK at record high

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