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Google and Microsoft find new strain of Spectre and Meltdown

Google and Microsoft find new strain of Spectre and Meltdown

6 minutes ago   |   TechRadar

Security researchers at Google and Microsoft have found a new variant of the Spectre security flaw that was first reported back in January this year. Rumors of the latest CPU...
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Expert reaction to review looking at possible causes and triggers of acute lymphoblastic childhood leukaemia

1 hour ago   |   Science Media Centre

A new analysis, published in Nature Reviews Cancer , shows the likely causes of most cases of childhood leukaemia. A briefing accompanied this roundup. Dr Donna Lancaster...
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Prof Mel Greaves - why do children get leukaemia?

1 hour ago   |   Science Media Centre

Roundup comments accompanied this briefing. We've heard from scientists that childhood leukaemia may be a rare response to a common infection. Others have aired their theories...
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Expert reaction to eggs and CVD

1 hour ago   |   Science Media Centre

Among Chinese adults, a moderate level of egg consumption was significantly associated with lower risk of cardiovascular disease, largely independent of other risk factors...
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CompuMark and Chinese trademark solutions provider White Rabbit / Bai Tu announce strategic partnership

2 hours ago   |   Clarivate

Boston, MA, May 21, 2018 : CompuMark , the industry leader in trademark research and protection solutions and White Rabbit , the leading supplier of trademark data from China...
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‘Brexit BETRAYAL' - Theresa May is willing to PAY the EU to keep UK in science programmes

‘Brexit BETRAYAL' - Theresa May is willing to PAY the EU to keep UK in science programmes

3 hours ago   |   Daily Express

THERESA May has announced she is willing to pay the European Union to keep the UK in its scientific research programmes during a speech at the Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire.
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Blind playoff of Stradivarius violins and new ones leaves old Italians a little flat

3 hours ago   |   The Guardian

Soloists testing a dozen fiddles surprise themselves by picking modern instruments over multi-million pound ones, study finds Ten world-class soloists put Stradivarius violins...
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Food Authenticity and Traceability Breakfast Meeting

3 hours ago   |   IFST

Wednesday, 20 June, 2018 - 08:00 to 10:00Nottingham Trent University, Clifton Lane, Nottingham, NG11 8NS - Pavilion Building This event is for everyone in the food industry...
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Alien asteroid from 4.5 BILLION years ago discovered in solar system in...

Alien asteroid from 4.5 BILLION years ago discovered in solar system in major BREAKTHROUGH

AN alien asteroid has been living in our solar system for billions of years, confirming scientists' suspicions that asteroids from other stars have arrived in our solar system. Read more ...

‘Brexit BETRAYAL' - Theresa May is willing to PAY the EU to keep UK in...

‘Brexit BETRAYAL' - Theresa May is willing to PAY the EU to keep UK in science programmes

THERESA May has announced she is willing to pay the European Union to keep the UK in its scientific research programmes during a speech at the Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire. Read more ...

Find good people to work with and build comradery: Meet Merry Crowson

Find good people to work with and build comradery: Meet Merry Crowson

I am a Remote Sensing Technician at the Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London. My research focusses on mapping deforestation in Sumatra, Indonesia, where large... Read more ...

The things you are passionate about are not random, they are your calling...

The things you are passionate about are not random, they are your calling: Meet Katharina Seilern-Moy

Katharina is a wildlife veterinarian and research associate at the Institute of Zoology at London Zoo. She is working for the Garden Wildlife Health project , a Citizen Science... Read more ...

Yellowstone volcano eruption: ‘Unusually active' Steamboat Geyser blasts...

Yellowstone volcano eruption: ‘Unusually active' Steamboat Geyser blasts boiling water

STEAMBOAT Geyser, one of Yellowstone volcano's most active hot water fountains, stunned scientists by blasting a plume of scorching hot water for the fifth time this year. Read more ...

China head to DARK SIDE of the moon: Beijing in groundbreaking satellite launch

China head to DARK SIDE of the moon: Beijing in groundbreaking satellite launch

CHINA is one step closer to becoming the first nation to land on the dark side of the moon after launching a satellite which will act as a communications relay between Earth... Read more ...

SpaceX launch LIVE stream: Watch Falcon 9 deliver climate change trackers...

SpaceX launch LIVE stream: Watch Falcon 9 deliver climate change trackers online HERE

SPACEX will launch a Falcon 9 rocket tomorrow to deliver a pair of communication satellite's and NASA's state of the art climate tracking space probes. Find out how to watch... Read more ...

UK willing to pay to avoid being frozen out of EU-backed science programmes...

UK willing to pay to avoid being frozen out of EU-backed science programmes after Brexit, says Theresa May

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Effective Implementation & Utilisation of Diagnostic Technology in the NHS

Effective Implementation & Utilisation of Diagnostic Technology in the NHS

An inquiry by the House of Lords' Science & Technology Committee has identified several issues that could hamper the delivery of the Life Sciences Industrial Strategy vision 1... Read more ...

Theresa May: UK to be at 'forefront of 21st century transport revolution'

Theresa May: UK to be at 'forefront of 21st century transport revolution'

The Jaguar I-Pace will be the first mass-produced EV from Britain to reach roads Prime Minister says investing in design and manufacturing for electric cars is now the... Read more ...