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Radio Life by Derek B Miller: A return to form, with knobs on

13 hours ago   |   The Big Issue

Derek B Miller's place in the firmament is as yet undecided. His 2012 debut novel Norwegian By Night was an under-appreciated wonder, mixing poignancy, humour and deft, quirky...
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Biden dissolves Covid-19 panel that advised his transition

3 days ago   |   STAT

WASHINGTON - President Biden's coronavirus advisory board is disbanding, according to two of its members. The group, which Biden introduced almost immediately after he was...
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STAT+: Biotech's presence on new social media app Clubhouse is growing

3 days ago   |   STAT

For years, Twitter has been biotech's social media app of choice. But the industry appears to be breaking into a newer, more exclusive social media app: Clubhouse. The app...
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The best recent science fiction and fantasy reviews roundup

8 days ago   |   The Guardian

The Stranger Times by CK McDonnell; Radio Life by Derek B Miller; Hall of Smoke by HM Long; Inscape by Louise Carey; and Ready Player Two by Ernest Cline Standup comedian and...
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Researchers find strong hints of background ‘sea' of gravity waves

Researchers find strong hints of background ‘sea' of gravity waves

11 days ago   |   Astronomy Now

A visualization of how the timing of millisecond pulsar flashes is being used in a project aimed at confirming the presence of low-frequency gravity waves by measuring their...
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Expert comments about outdoor transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and use of facemasks outdoors

12 days ago   |   Science Media Centre

Following Chris Whitty's interview this morning on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, we've had a few questions from journalists about the use of facemasks outdoors, so here are...
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Northrop Grumman cargo ship concludes three-month stay at space station

Northrop Grumman cargo ship concludes three-month stay at space station

17 days ago   |   Spaceflight Now

Northrop Grumman's Cygnus supply ship departs the International Space Station Wednesday. Credit: NASA TV/Spaceflight Now A Northrop Grumman Cygnus cargo freighter departed the...
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Caught on the hook

Caught on the hook

17 days ago   |   Astronomy Now

A curving arm of the spiral galaxy NGC 2442 trails into extragalactic space in this glorious image from the Hubble Space Telescope. The galaxy, which is about 50 million light...
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China opens HUGE 1,600-foot radio telescope to foreign scientists in hunt for alien life

China opens HUGE 1,600-foot radio telescope to foreign scientists in hunt for alien life

19 days ago   |   Daily Express

CHINA has announced its enormous radio telescope, nicknamed FAST, will be opened partially to international scientists.
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Weird radio beam probably isn't aliens but it's the best candidate yet

1 month ago   |   New Scientist

The Breakthrough Listen project has found a strange beam of radio waves from Proxima Centauri, which is the team's best candidate yet for an alien signal
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'Boris Johnson gambling with with lives by ignoring Covid vaccine science'

'Boris Johnson gambling with with lives by ignoring Covid vaccine science'

Those in care homes are once again being thrown to the wolves after the Tories made a political gamble to get a first dose out to as many as possible and extend the date for a... Read more ...

Is Kent Covid variant REALLY deadlier? Confusion mounts as studies differ

Is Kent Covid variant REALLY deadlier? Confusion mounts as studies differ

Boris Johnson and his science chiefs tonight made the shocking claim that the Kent strain - called B.1.1.7 - could be 30 per cent more deadly than older versions of the virus. Read more ...

Watch a live view of the Falcon 9 rocket on pad 40

Watch a live view of the Falcon 9 rocket on pad 40

This page is available to Spaceflight Now members only Support Spaceflight Now's unrivaled coverage of the space program by becoming a member. Your monthly or annual membership... Read more ...

Saturn and Jupiter in conjunction - NASA satellite images show where gas...

Saturn and Jupiter in conjunction - NASA satellite images show where gas giants are now

SATURN and Jupiter continue to move through the solar system together following last month's conjunction, and NASA satellite images have shown the two giants in close to one... Read more ...

SpaceX launch live stream: Elon Musk's company to launch 133 satellites on...

SpaceX launch live stream: Elon Musk's company to launch 133 satellites on Falcon 9

SPACEX is gearing up to launch more than 130 satellites into orbit on board a Falcon 9 rocket today. You can watch a live stream of the event here on Express.co.uk. Read more ...

Mount Etna crater ruptures: Explosive volcano 'splits open' after powerful...

Mount Etna crater ruptures: Explosive volcano 'splits open' after powerful lava eruptions

A NEW SPLIT in the crater of Mount Etna has bisected the volatile volcano, as Europe's most active volcanic site continues to erupt with lava rocks and ash. Read more ...

Brie Larson to star in new Apple series Lessons in Chemistry

Brie Larson to star in new Apple series Lessons in Chemistry

Captain Marvel ‘s Brie Larson will star in a new Apple TV+ series Lessons in Chemistry, from the Oscar-nominated screenwriter of Erin Brockovich Susanna Grant. Larson will also... Read more ...

What's the technology behind a five-minute charge battery?

What's the technology behind a five-minute charge battery?

Enlarge Building a better battery requires dealing with problems in materials science, chemistry, and manufacturing. We do regular coverage of work going on in the former two... Read more ...

The art and science of boarding an airplane in a pandemic

The art and science of boarding an airplane in a pandemic

Enlarge / During the pandemic, several airlines have switched boarding procedures to create more distance between passengers. (credit: Nicholas Economou | NurPhoto | Getty... Read more ...

Archaeology news: Stone Age burial ground shows ancients wore elk teeth...

Archaeology news: Stone Age burial ground shows ancients wore elk teeth jewellery

ARCHAEOLOGISTS have discovered that Stone Age people wore jewellery fashioned out of elk teeth following the finding of a major burial ground in a remote part of Russia. Read more ...