Posts Tagged ‘science news’

Today’s physics news: Engineering prize to be worth £1m, shining moment for maths and science, and more

By Lena | 17 Nov, 2011 | 0 Comments

Today’s physics news: Engineering prize to be worth £1m, shining moment for maths and science, and more

Today’s physics news: LHC@home allows public to help hunt for Higgs particle, CBI wants teenagers to take science GCSEs and more

By Lena | 12 Aug, 2011 | 0 Comments

Today’s physics news: LHC@home allows public to help hunt for Higgs particle, CBI wants teenagers to take science GCSEs and more

Today’s physics news: Fermi catalogue update shows ‘violent Universe’ changes, how to make a superlens from a few cans of cola and more

By Lena | 12 Jul, 2011 | 0 Comments

Today’s physics news: Fermi catalogue update shows ‘violent Universe’ changes, how to make a superlens from a few cans of cola and more

Today’s physics news: comet chaser goes into deep sleep, brightest supernovae are in a class of their own and Next Mars rover faces bumpy ride to launch

By Lena | 9 Jun, 2011 | 0 Comments

Today’s physics news: comet chaser goes into deep sleep, brightest supernovae are in a class of their own and Next Mars rover faces bumpy ride to launch

Today’s physics news: cucmbers in space, Japan’s new radiation leak estimate and moving mirros make light

By Lena | 7 Jun, 2011 | 1 Comment

Today’s physics news: cucmbers in space, Japan’s new radiation leek estimate and moving mirros make light

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