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New Royal Society exhibition: Beyond Ourselves

By Lena | 30 Mar, 2011 | 0 Comments
New Royal Society exhibition: Beyond Ourselves

Funded by the Arts Council, Beyond Ourselves is to be held at the premises of the Royal Society in London. The exhibition brings together six innovative contemporary artists who have all placed the potential of enquiry and thought at the core of their work. Works include video installations, sculpture, collage and paintings, which are to […]

Today’s physics news: Royal Society calls for A-level overhaul to tackle decline in science students, NASA funding, ultracold atoms and more

By Lena | 15 Feb, 2011 | 0 Comments

In today’s news round-up:  Royal Society calls for A-level overhaul to tackle decline in science students, NASA spacecraft sweeps past comet, ultracold atoms could reveal the dark sector, Irish science funding hangs in electoral balance and NASA funding stays flat in president’s budget request

Today’s phsyics news: Thursday, 30 September 2010

By Lena | 30 Sep, 2010 | 0 Comments

Royal Society’s climate change guide cuts confusion out of the hard science UK’s ‘definitive voice of science’ hopes guide will counter confusion and bogus claims about man-made global warming Guardian Times BBC New Earth-like planet discovered Gliese 581g in ‘Goldilocks zone’ of space where liquid water could exist is strong contender for a habitable world […]

Today’s physics news: Wednesday, 7 July

By Lena | 7 Jul, 2010 | 0 Comments

Primary schools ‘need specialist science teachers’ A Royal Society study of UK science and maths teaching for five to 14 year olds said every school should have a teacher with a sound scientific background.   BBC Telegraph Independent Budget cuts caution on UK nuclear waste plan A report from the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) says […]

Today’s physics news: Tuesday, 29 June

By Lena | 29 Jun, 2010 | 0 Comments

Record numbers apply to teach science and maths Recession drives thousands more graduates to register for training, after coalition promises teaching jobs will be safe from cuts Guardian Independent    German TanDEM-X satellite returns first images Germany’s new radar satellite, TanDEM-X, has returned its first images.The spacecraft was launched from Kazakhstan on Monday on a […]

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