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7th
February 2014

New catalyst removes excess atmospheric carbon

Researchers from the University of Delaware have developed a new catalyst that may reduce the surplus carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The proposed nano-porous silver catalyst encourages the conversion of ...
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24th
November 2013

Untouchable photons

Photons can often be difficult to measure because as soon as they are, they are gone. Most measurement methods require direct absorption, or are in some other way destructive to ...
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15th
November 2013

Collisions unbound: what is the future for CERN?

Currently, experiments at CERN have halted, giving time for maintenance work and a renovation of its equipment to take place. It is set to continue its experiments in 2015, where ...
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8th
November 2013

Antibody treatment for cancer

There is plenty of on-going research in the field of battling cancer, whether chemically, physically or biologically. A research group from southern California is developing a new strategy on improving ...
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1st
November 2013

7th rock from another sun

Discovering exoplanets nearly 20 years ago allowed physicists to change their view of the universe. We had always known that our Sun was not the only star in the wide ...
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14th
February 2013

Electricity and Bubbles

Blowing bubbles from soapy water has been a favourite past time for all of us. Struggling as we try to catch them before the breeze takes them higher and higher ...
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1st
February 2013

Heatwave at the corona

The enormous fusion furnace at the centre of our solar system has been continually belting out light and heat for the past 4.6 billion years since its formation. From the ...
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18th
January 2013

Your atomic number’s up

Whether it was using sand, sundials or swinging pendulums, humans have strived to create more efficient time keeping devices. The past century saw a large jump with the introduction of ...
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