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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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Physics

Dark Energy Camera spies new ‘rebel moon’

Jupiter is renowned for having more moons than any other planet, proudly sporting a known sixty-seve...

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Mathematics

The Prime of Life: Mathematics’ Most Mysterious Numbers

How many primes can you name? In March this year mathematician Robert Langlands won the Abel Prize ...

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Physics

A Toy Made Tiny: Newton’s Cradle and Quantum Mechanics

Newton’s cradle—you’ve probably seen one in your school science lab, and you may even have pla...

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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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Philosophy

The Big Bang: A Big Bluff?

The theory of the Big Bang as the beginning of our universe is almost universally accepted in contem...

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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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Engineering

Ground Control to Major Elon

Elon Musk, the cheeky little Tony Stark-esque scamp, is at it again, and this time it’s back to ro...

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Chemistry

Zero Emissions: Are We Driving For Success?

To prevent the devastating climate change forecast in the next century we must make transport greene...

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Biological Sciences

It’s all Dolph-fun and games

It has long been understood that dolphins are intelligent, social creatures, and that they have thei...

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