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BioCharger's Claims Are Too Silly to Take Seriously

4 hours ago   |   Science-Based Medicine

The BioCharger is a subtle energy device based on fantasy, not science. At $15,000, pretty expensive for a placebo.
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Tempest: Rolls Royce working on kinetic generators to power directed energy weapon

Tempest: Rolls Royce working on kinetic generators to power directed energy weapon

1 day ago   |   Daily Express

TEMPEST, the state-of-the-art fighter which the RAF hopes to be able to deploy by 2035, will benefit from revolutionary kinetic generators capable of power directed energy weapons.
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Expert reaction to confirmation of Amanda Solloway MP as Science Minister

1 day ago   |   Science Media Centre

Amanda Solloway, MP for Derby North, has been confirmed as the new Science Minster by a BEIS and UKRI press release . Prof Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal, Fellow of Trinity...
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Energy 2.0: New green technology generates electricity 'out of thin air'

Energy 2.0: New green technology generates electricity 'out of thin air'

2 days ago   |   Daily Express

AN energy revolution has almost arrived, following the development of a device capable of creating clean electricity from water, it has been announced.
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Science dishes out an answer on the old handwashing vs. dishwasher debate

3 days ago   |   Grist

In my family of origin, there's a parent who prefers to put all the dishes in the dishwasher and a parent who prefers to do everything by hand. (It just so happens that the...
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Space weather: Blasts of energy from the Sun threaten tech BLACKOUTS on Earth

Space weather: Blasts of energy from the Sun threaten tech BLACKOUTS on Earth

7 days ago   |   Daily Express

SPACE WEATHER effects triggered by outbursts of charged particles from the Sun threaten blackouts and satellite disruptions, a prominent geophysicist has told Express.co.uk.
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Exploring the start of the universe - Science Weekly podcast

7 days ago   |   The Guardian

What happened at the dawn of the universe, just trillionths of a second after the start of the big bang, remains a mystery. Revisiting these moments in his new book, At the...
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Alien news: Deep space signals COULD come be extraterrestrials - Harvard expert claims

Alien news: Deep space signals COULD come be extraterrestrials - Harvard expert claims

7 days ago   |   Daily Express

BURSTS of powerful energy originating from across the Universe could be an advanced alien civilisation trying to send us a message, one expert has claimed.
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Japanese companies agree to buy Spaceflight rideshare launch broker

Japanese companies agree to buy Spaceflight rideshare launch broker

7 days ago   |   Spaceflight Now

Artist's concept of a “Sherpa” multi-satellite adapter structure in orbit. Credit: Spaceflight Spaceflight Industries said this week it is selling its rideshare launch business...
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Expert reaction to cabinet reshuffle

7 days ago   |   Science Media Centre

The Prime Minister has reshuffled his cabinet, leading to the appointment of new ministers in science related ministries. Prof Sir Jim McDonald FREng FRSE, President of the...
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What Social Factors Stop Students from Taking Internships?

When her college started requiring students to complete an internship in order to graduate, it created a serious dilemma for Janelle. “I wouldn't be able to do classes, do the... Read more ...

Ancient humans enjoyed kinky cross-species sex with Neanderthals and Denisovans

Ancient humans enjoyed kinky cross-species sex with Neanderthals and Denisovans

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Asteroid panic: NASA spot huge 'planet killer' space rock as group begin...

Asteroid panic: NASA spot huge 'planet killer' space rock as group begin plans to halt it

NASA researchers have discovered a "planet-killer" asteroid. Read more ...

Heather Couper, 1949-2020

Heather Couper, 1949-2020

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Phobos sample return mission enters development for 2024 launch

Phobos sample return mission enters development for 2024 launch

Artist's concept of the Japanese MMX spacecraft near Mars and Phobos. Credit: JAXA Japan's space agency has approved a robotic mission to retrieve a sample from the Martian... Read more ...

WATCH as fireball travelling at 75,000mph EXPLODES over Brazil

WATCH as fireball travelling at 75,000mph EXPLODES over Brazil

A FIREBALL blasted into the atmosphere above Brazil at breakneck speeds of more than 175,000mph - and the spectacle was caught on camera. Read more ...

Unleashing the Opportunity of Research in Latin America

Unleashing the Opportunity of Research in Latin America

There's more a continent-worth of scholarly opportunity in Latin America. The Academy of Management has about 20,000 members residing in more than 120 countries around the... Read more ...

When Is a Terrorist Not a Terrorist?

When Is a Terrorist Not a Terrorist?

A group of of young refugees known as Youth Aliyah head out to train within the framework of the Haganah in 1948 Israel. , CC BY-SA 3.0) A couple of years ago I wrote a blog... Read more ...

NASA asteroid tracker: A 53,700MPH rock is heading towards Earth - Will it hit?

NASA asteroid tracker: A 53,700MPH rock is heading towards Earth - Will it hit?

NASA'S asteroid tracking systems are watching a space rock heading towards us at more than 53,700mph - but will the asteroid come crashing into Earth? Read more ...

New CCLI cohort wraps up kickoff meeting

New CCLI cohort wraps up kickoff meeting

Last week, the seventh cohort of CCLI met in Washington, DC, to kick off their efforts toward advancing cultural competency at their institutions. The six museums selected for... Read more ...