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Today’s physics news: Numbers studying physics rise as blockbuster films, the LHC and the Mars Rover inspire students, and Russia and the US to build a new space station together

By SophieH | 30 Mar, 2015 | 0 Comments

Numbers studying physics rise as blockbuster films, the Hadron Collider and the Mars Rover inspire students (including a quote from the IOP!) Blockbuster films such as Gravity, Interstellar and The Theory of Everything, combined with a huge interest in machines such as the Large Hadron Collider at Cern and the Mars Rover, are creating a […]

Today’s physics news: Drones bounce back from collisions, and a bestseller book for Italian physicist

By SophieH | 27 Mar, 2015 | 0 Comments

Drones bounce back from collisions Scientists have created a drone with flapping wings that can fold in and rebound following a mid-air collision. By copying the wing anatomy of birds and bats, the researchers designed a mechanism to allow their flying robot to squeeze between obstacles and recover from impacts. Details are published in the […]

Today’s physics news: Graphene sandwich makes square ice formation, and Russia to take tourists to ISS

By SophieH | 26 Mar, 2015 | 0 Comments

NASA plans mission to land on asteroid and explore deep space The mission in 2020 would cost more than $1.25bn and involve grabbing a boulder from an asteroid and having humans inspect it in space. NASA is aiming to launch a rocket to an asteroid in five years and grab a boulder off of it […]

Today’s physics news: Guardian readers offered the opportunity to search the skies with the Bradford Robotic Telescope, and Curiosity Mars rover detects ‘useful nitrogen’

By SophieH | 25 Mar, 2015 | 0 Comments

Search the skies with the Bradford Robotic Telescope For the next month the telescope will be free for Guardian readers to remotely observe the moon, nebulae, constellations and other objects in the night sky. The Bradford Robotic Telescope sits more than a mile above sea level on the rim of an old volcano on Tenerife […]

Today’s physics news: the Earth’s wobble is changing the length of the seasons, and the discovery of a giant asteroid impact zone in Australia

By SophieH | 24 Mar, 2015 | 0 Comments

Big Bang theory could be debunked by Large Hadron Collider (£) Scientists at Cern could prove the controversial theory of ‘rainbow gravity’ which suggests that the universe stretches back into time infinitely, with no Big Bang. The detection of miniature black holes by the Large Hadron Collider could prove the existence of parallel universes and […]

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