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Quarks bonding differently at LHCb

Quarks bonding differently at LHCb | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Jon Butterworth: The strong force binds quarks together to form hadrons. Until last Monday, only two types of hadron were known, but the LHCb experiment at CERN has just proved there is a third way
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Telescope captures view of gravitational waves

Telescope captures view of gravitational waves | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Images of the infant Universe reveal evidence for rapid inflation after the Big Bang.
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Why is the Amazon Forest Red? : Image of the Day

Why is the Amazon Forest Red? : Image of the Day | Science Fields | Scoop.it
The MESSENGER spacecraft gave us this near-infrared view of the Americas, where the dense vegetation of the Amazon and other forests appears dark red.
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Nanotech roundup: turning seawater into drinking water, and body power

Nanotech roundup: turning seawater into drinking water, and body power | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Liesbeth Venema: This month's roundup includes the promise of a filter that extracts salt from seawater, and a battery powered by the heart
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Fresh hint of dark matter seen in neutrino search - space - 25 February 2014 - New Scientist

Fresh hint of dark matter seen in neutrino search - space - 25 February 2014 - New Scientist | Science Fields | Scoop.it
An inexplicable X-ray signal from galaxy clusters could be the long-awaited sign of dark matter – it would mean the strange stuff is made of elusive
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Nuclear fusion breakthrough raises hopes for ultimate green energy source

Nuclear fusion breakthrough raises hopes for ultimate green energy source | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Scientists have moved a step closer to achieving sustainable nuclear fusion and almost limitless clean energy
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What's the Universe Made Of? Math, Says Scientist

What's the Universe Made Of? Math, Says Scientist | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Scientists have long used mathematics to describe the physical properties of the universe. But what if the universe itself is math? That's what cosmologist Max Tegmark believes.
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Bose-Einstein Condensate Made at Room Temperature for First Time - IEEE Spectrum

Bose-Einstein Condensate Made at Room Temperature for First Time - IEEE Spectrum | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Researchers achieve one of the strangest states of matter, one usually only found near absolute zero. Some see optoelectronics applications
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Stephen Hawking: There Are No Black Holes

Stephen Hawking: There Are No Black Holes | Science Fields | Scoop.it
On reading a new paper by Stephen Hawking that appeared online this week, you would have been forgiven in thinking the world-renowned British physicist was spoofing us.
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Badger cull: Attenborough condemns UK government for 'ignoring' science

Badger cull: Attenborough condemns UK government for 'ignoring' science | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Broadcaster's comments come as the controversial badger cull is extended in Gloucestershire for eight weeks
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Alan Turing to receive posthumous honour at Attitude awards

Alan Turing to receive posthumous honour at Attitude awards | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Codebreaker to be awarded Icon award for outstanding achievement by Attitude magazine ahead of film about his life
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African gorillas are under threat from oil survey

African gorillas are under threat from oil survey | Science Fields | Scoop.it
UK and conservationists express opposition towards drilling in Virunga National Park
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Sixty new species found in Suriname – in pictures

Sixty new species found in Suriname – in pictures | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Scientists from Conservation International's Rapid Assessment Programme find a treasure trove of new and rare species including cocoa frog and lilliputian beetle in pristine forests and mountains
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Engineered vaginas grown in women for the first time - health - 10 April 2014 - New Scientist

Engineered vaginas grown in women for the first time - health - 10 April 2014 - New Scientist | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Lab-grown vaginas made from the recipient's own cells have changed the lives of four young women, allowing them to have sex for the first time
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Brian Cox pulls apart the building blocks of matter - video

Brian Cox pulls apart the building blocks of matter - video | Science Fields | Scoop.it
The TV presenter and physicist introduces electrons, neutrons, protons and the exotic particles that collisions in accelerators like the Large Hadron Collider create
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New to nature No 119: Osperalycus tenerphagus

New to nature No 119: Osperalycus tenerphagus | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Quentin Wheeler: An odd, worm-like species of mite uses hydraulic pressure to stretch and contract its body
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Fresh hint of dark matter seen in neutrino search - space - 25 February 2014 - New Scientist

Fresh hint of dark matter seen in neutrino search - space - 25 February 2014 - New Scientist | Science Fields | Scoop.it
An inexplicable X-ray signal from galaxy clusters could be the long-awaited sign of dark matter – it would mean the strange stuff is made of elusive
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Stephen Hawking: 'There are no black holes'

Stephen Hawking: 'There are no black holes' | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Notion of an 'event horizon', from which nothing can escape, is incompatible with quantum theory, physicist claims.
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Even the most boring collisions at the Large Hadron Collider tell us something - this time about cosmic rays

Even the most boring collisions at the Large Hadron Collider tell us something - this time about cosmic rays | Science Fields | Scoop.it
At the CERN Large Hadron Collider we spend a lot of time and effort at trying to filter out the
common collisions, so we can focus on the rare events.
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Rosetta comet-chasing spacecraft wakes up – live blog

Rosetta comet-chasing spacecraft wakes up – live blog | Science Fields | Scoop.it
The European Space Agency has received a signal from its comet-chasing spacecraft Rosetta confirming that it is alive and slowly warming up in deep space, after nearly three years out of contact with Earth...
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Fossil skull challenges understanding of human evolution - video

The discovery of a cache of fossils suggests that the earliest members of the Homo genus – currently split into half a dozen species – were actually a single species
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Peter Higgs and his prize boson – video

Whether or not he wins this year's physics Nobel prize, Peter Higgs has already earned his place in history
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US scientists boycott Nasa conference over China ban

US scientists boycott Nasa conference over China ban | Science Fields | Scoop.it
Nasa facing backlash from US researchers due to rejection of Chinese nationals from conference
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