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Geography

Modelling a long-lost continent

A complex reconstructive model of geologic history showcases the previous existen...

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Natural Sciences (P)

Diamonds and new forms of ‘superhard’ carbon

‘Superhard’ materials are capable of slicing, drilling and polishing other ob...

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Geography

Discovering subglacial lakes beneath the Greenland Ice Sheet

Recently, researchers discovered 56 previously uncharted subglacial lakes located...

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Chemistry

Diamonds Aren’t Forever But Carmeltazite Could Be

In the dusty and hot depths of northern Israel, something remarkable was recently discovered in the ...

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Engineering

A New Icarus Takes to the Skies: The Parker Solar Probe Mission

On the 12th of August 2018, following technical problems and delays, the Parker solar probe finally ...

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Biological Sciences

There Must Be Something in the Water: Is there Life in Mars’s Lakes?

On the 25th of July 2018, scientists announced an exciting discovery: promising signs were identifie...

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Geography

No Space Left in Space – Orbit Pollution and Futuristic Environmentalism

We’re all aware of the negative effects of human activity on the environment on Earth. But what ab...

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Natural Sciences (P)

Back to the Future: Is Time Travel Possible?

Would you like to take a trip to the year 3000? It might not be as impossible as it seems; in fact,...

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Natural Sciences (P)

God of the Gaps? Stephen Hawking and the Design of the Universe

Did the atheist scientist Stephen Hawking unwittingly strengthen the argument for the existence of G...

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Natural Sciences (P)

What’s the Speed of Space? The Puzzle of the Hubble Constant

Recent research has uncovered a startling fact—the universe appears to be expanding 9% faster than...

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Biological Sciences

Train Jams: Leaves on the line

‘Slippery rail’ is a condition suffered by many railway tracks in Autumn and Winter. Mor...

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Natural Sciences (B)

Tea = MC Squared

Isaac Newton is famous for some of the greatest scientific discoveries in the history of mankind: th...

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