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2015/07/03 22:57
2015/07/03 22:57
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A Danielson boy needs your help to make his dream come true: to visit the Fermilab in Chicago. Russell Farnsworth is your average 13-year-old boy with lots of hobbies, including playing the...
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2015/07/02 15:48
2015/07/02 15:48
3d
It is quite often that we hear a scientist's name mentioned. There are a few really famous ones: Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking, Isaac Newton, Louis Pasteur (the guy Pasteurization was named after),...
2015/07/01 21:41
2015/07/01 21:41
3d
If you want to see the new baby bison at Fermilab, you have plenty of opportunities since 15 have been born this year. The U.S. Department of Energy facility welcomes the public to come see the herd....
2015/06/29 19:35
2015/06/29 19:35
5d
Tuesday, June 30, 2015This week, we will be looking at the issue of women in science. Biochemist Tim Hunt, 2001 winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine, has resigned at University College London after...
2015/06/29 04:15
2015/06/29 04:15
6d
Sri Lanka and the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) have entered into an agreement to begin cooperation between CERN and the scientific community in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka‘s Permanent...
2015/06/28 11:59
2015/06/28 11:59
7d
The international conference on string theory, Strings 2015, drew to a close with a public outreach programme held in the Christ University auditorium. Presentations by Nima Arkani-Hamed, Institute...
2015/06/26 18:24
2015/06/26 18:24
9d
King's High School pupil Sam van der Weerden is off to the Prof Harry Messel International Science School in Sydney. Photo by Gregor Richardson. The 16-year-old King's High School pupil has been...
2015/06/24 14:46
2015/06/24 14:46
11d
Harvard is among the most prestigious schools in the country. How did you find your experience there? When I got into Harvard and was making my commitment, my college counselor Elaine Berman—who I'm...
2015/06/24 11:28
2015/06/24 11:28
11d
Dark matter particles colliding in the gravity of black holes have the potential to produce observable gamma-ray light – providing a new avenue for scientists to explore the nature of them both. A...
2015/06/23 22:41
2015/06/23 22:41
11d
By any measure 1915 was a grim year for humanity. A century ago this week, The Globe’s front pages were crammed with news from the battlefields of the First World War, the most mechanized and...
2015/06/23 15:01
2015/06/23 15:01
12d
CERN is the European Laboratory for Particle physics. It has been in the news quite a bit lately with the discovery of the Higgs Boson at the Large Hadron Collider. Something that many people may not...
2015/06/19 12:48
2015/06/19 12:48
16d
Cambridge University has been involved in high performance computing for 18 years, starting with a “traditional” supercomputer, before a major restructuring eight years later led to what would now be...
2015/06/19 03:03
2015/06/19 03:03
16d
About four years ago, CERN made a claim that sent shockwaves through the scientific community. During the course of an experiment, CERN scientists apparently discovered that neutrinos -- tiny...
2015/06/18 16:15
2015/06/18 16:15
17d
Our #LabSpotlight series profiles standout individuals at the National Labs. The latest installment features Sally Dawson, a theoretical physicist at Brookhaven National Laboratory. A version of this...
2015/06/16 14:37
2015/06/16 14:37
19d
Hunt left his jobs at the Royal Society and University College London after telling a conference it was difficult to work with "girls". "Let me tell you about my trouble with girls," he said. "Three...
2015/06/15 14:39
2015/06/15 14:39
20d
At the end of May 2015, the entire project team for producing the superconducting accelerator modules met on site for the first time. The team, which includes engineers, physicists, and production...
2015/06/14 16:39
2015/06/14 16:39
21d
In science, inferences made from data can only be as good as the validity of the method used to gather that data. This is as true for Particle physics as it is for the biological sciences. Ensuring...
2015/06/13 22:16
2015/06/13 22:16
21d
If British Nobel laureate Tim Hunt had "trouble with girls" before, it's nothing to the trouble he's having now. Two days after the 72-year-old biochemist told a roomful of scientists and science...
2015/06/12 03:15
2015/06/12 03:15
23d
Two years after he spotted tiny dip in the light of a distant star, astronomers confirm that work experience student Tom, 15, saw Jupiter-like world 1,000 light years away An artist's impression of...
2015/06/09 13:49
2015/06/09 13:49
26d
They have been waiting for this moment for 27-years it is a breathless, anxious wait as scientists scan screens searching for the smallest of signals. Last week CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC)...
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