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Expert reaction to study looking at foods and stroke risk

1 day ago   |   Science Media Centre

A new study has been published examining the relationships between consumption of different foods and different types of stroke. Dr Richard Francis, Head of Research at the...
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InSight lander will try robotic elbow grease to help stalled heat probe

InSight lander will try robotic elbow grease to help stalled heat probe

3 days ago   |   Astronomy Now

A camera on the InSight lander shows the “mole” instrument trying to hammer its way below the surface of Mars with help from the spacecraft's robot arm “pinning” it from one...
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Can science cure a broken heart?

3 days ago   |   The Guardian

New treatments involving anaesthesia drugs and neurofeedback could soon be used for getting over a breakup Nothing is quite as shattering as a broken heart. A bad breakup has...
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A startup aims to reimagine the executive physical - with Silicon Valley flourish and a $3,500 price tag

5 days ago   |   STAT

SAN FRANCISCO - The three-martini lunch may be on the decline, but many big companies still reward their C-suite with that traditional corporate perk: getting poked and prodded...
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Core Francisco Park

5 days ago   |   Harvard

Rotational Graduate Student in Physics
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Quantum cohomology of hypertoric varieties

6 days ago   |   Harvard

Michael McBreen and Daniel Shenfeld. 2013. “ Quantum cohomology of hypertoric varieties .” Letters in Mathematical Physics, 103, 11, Pp. 1273-1291. Publisher's Version Abstract...
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Antimatter looks just like matter - which is a big problem for physics

6 days ago   |   New Scientist

A difference in the properties of matter and antimatter could help explain our universe - but a property called the Lamb shift is similar in particles of both
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The Crying Book by Heather Christle review - why do we weep?

6 days ago   |   The Guardian

A personal examination of tears - what causes them, why we cry - which takes in biological science, relationship break-up, poetry and Donald Trump What makes you cry? Recently...
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Robert Pattinson reckons he smells like a crayon and we're baffled

Robert Pattinson reckons he smells like a crayon and we're baffled

8 days ago   |   Metro

R-Patz is a bit whiffy, apparently Robert Pattinson may be the most handsome man in the world according to science, but apparently he smells a bit... different. The Twilight...
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Baths' Week of Women in Science

9 days ago   |   Women’s Tech Hub

In the week of 10-14th of February the NWP together with the Student Chapter of the Optical Society at the University of Bath will host the Week of Women in Science conference...
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Hidden Figures inspiration NASA's Katherine Johnson dies aged 101

Hidden Figures inspiration NASA's Katherine Johnson dies aged 101

The NASA mathematician who served as the inspiration for hit 2016 film Hidden Figures has passed away at the age of 101. Katherine Johnson was one of several influential... Read more ...

Katherine Johnson death: Who was the NASA mathematician who helped put man...

Katherine Johnson death: Who was the NASA mathematician who helped put man in space?

KATHERINE JOHNSON has died at the age of 101, NASA has confirmed and paid tribute to the woman who helped put the first American into space. Read more ...

Marsilio Ficino and Christian Humanism

Marsilio Ficino and Christian Humanism

James Hankins. 2016. “ Marsilio Ficino and Christian Humanism .” In Re-Envisioning Christian Humanism: Education and the Restoration of Humanity, edited by Editor Jens... Read more ...

‘Mad' Mike Hughes Dies In Rocket Crash On Mission To Prove The Earth Is Flat

‘Mad' Mike Hughes Dies In Rocket Crash On Mission To Prove The Earth Is Flat

A self-styled daredevil who wanted to fly to the edge of outer space to see if the Earth is flat has died after his homemade rocket crashed. ‘Mad' Mike Hughes was killed on... Read more ...

29 things you can do for a lower carbon footprint that will hardly change...

29 things you can do for a lower carbon footprint that will hardly change your day

Carbon dioxide traps heat from the sun on earth, and as a result, polar ice is melting and sea levels are rising, and we're calling it climate change . In order to mitigate... Read more ...

How to live longer: The smell-related attribute that may lead to a longer life

How to live longer: The smell-related attribute that may lead to a longer life

HOW TO live longer was once mulled over by mystics before science superseded superstition as the most reliable source of knowledge. Research focusing on longevity continues to... Read more ...

Clarivate Analytics to Present at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media &...

Clarivate Analytics to Present at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference on March 2, 2020

Clarivate Analytics to Present at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference on March 2, 2020 London, UK, & Philadelphia, US, February 25, 2020 - Clarivate... Read more ...

Perfect weekend getaway from Berlin- Potsdam

Perfect weekend getaway from Berlin- Potsdam

Just a 40 minute ride from the chaotic and bustling Berlin, stepping into Potsdam feels like entering a different universe. Having visited and lived in Berlin for the past 10... Read more ...

Life on Pluto? How scientists spotted 'something moving' across icy plains...

Life on Pluto? How scientists spotted 'something moving' across icy plains in NASA snap

SCIENTISTS were stunned when they spotted something that appeared to be moving and "leaving a path" across the surface of Pluto in a NASA photograph. Read more ...

NASA news: Space agency wants YOU to design the next Venus rover - 'Exciting...

NASA news: Space agency wants YOU to design the next Venus rover - 'Exciting opportunity'

NASA is enlisting the public to design new space tech for a mission to a "hellish" planet. Read more ...