1- The psychology behind Brexit.
2- Experiments hint that the nature of neutrino particles may explain why antimatter didn’t blow up the universe:
3 – Brexit leads to leadership crisis across political parties.
4 – House of Commons inquiry into prostitution results in recommendation to legalise brothels.
5 – Marking the 100th anniversary of the Somme.
6 – Archaeologist believed to have found lost Roman trading outpost, Rhapta.
7 – Canterbury tales reimagined to tell refugee stories.
8 – Tate Modern opens new wing.
1- New cancer imaging could show if treatment is effective within days.
2- Nanoparticles offer a sustainable way to produce crops.
3- Australian Craig Wright claims to be creator of Bitcoin.
4 – Apple lose trademark suit to exclusively own the name ‘iPhone’ in China.
5 – Astronaut Tim Peake posts picture of Earth from space alongside the 700 year old Hereford map, which depicts a medieval understanding of how Earth looked.
6 – Photographer Bill Henson brings Ancient Greece to life with a series of photos of ancient artefacts from the Hellenic Museum.
7 – Writers publish ‘deleted scenes’ from Shakespeare to celebrate his 400th Anniversary.
8 – Bansky’s Dismaland is nominated for a South Bank Sky Arts Award.
1- Possible cure for HIV within 3 years after scientists prove they can snip the virus from cells.
2- New mathematical proof demonstrates how to stack spheres in 8 and 24 dimensions.
3- Obama becomes the first US president in nearly a century to visit Cuba, in an attempt to thaw relations between the two countries.
4 – Radovan Karadzic found guilty of crimes against humanity, genocide and war crimes, with the help of DNA evidence.
5 – Discovery of 1,000 year old Viking Site in Canada could rewrite the history of North American exploration before Columbus.
6 – Donald Trump compared to tyrannical Roman figure.
7 – Kenyan author Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o’s fable becomes the ‘single most translated short story in the history of African writing’.
8 – New book reveals the journey across the world to discover the meaning of the fascinating ‘three hares’ image.
1- Scientists say the commonly believed idea that the left half and right half of the brain have opposing skills and capabilities is a myth.
2- Russian scientists have used a supercomputer to discover the best way to destroy asteroids using a nuclear bomb.
3- Cameron calls for referendum on whether Britain should stay in the EU, after the cabinet formally agreed to campaign to stay.
4 – Kylie Minogue tries to prevent Kylie Jenner from trademarking the name ‘Kylie’.
5 – Centuries old papyrus scraps from a rubbish dump reveals tales of tragedy.
6 – 3D rendering shows what Ancient Rome would have looked like in 320 AD .
7 – It might be possible to inculcate moral values into robots by exposing them to our greatest literature.
8 – NASA is looking for art submissions to display on board spacecraft OSIRIS-Rex, set to launch in September.
1- The Zika virus outbreak across large parts of South American and the Caribbean is making headlines this month.
2- A possible ‘super-Earth’ Planet Nine has been discovered on the outer edges of the solar system.
3- The 2016 Word Index of Economic Freedom was released, revealing how restricted countries in the EU are by certain measures.
4 – David Cameron calls for investigation of possible racial bias in criminal justice system.
5 – Dispute over a statue of British Imperialist Cecil Rhodes has broken out in Oxford, but Oriel College have thus far refused to take down the monument.
6 – Mary Beard’s bestseller SPOR throws up classical echoes for contemporary American politics.
7 – A new exhibition examines why so many of our fictional heroes are orphans, and yet we are blind to their real-life counterparts.
8 – Medieval Scottish Architecture was voted the most innovative in Scottish history.
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