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As the scientific world and enthusiasts marvel at the validation of Albert Einstein’s theory of the existence of gravitational waves. What practical impact will it have on the science of astronomy? Participation de Gianpietro Cagnoli du #LMA #Lyon au café…
12/02 00:18 CET
Scientists have discovered gravitational waves, ripples in space and…
11/02 16:42 CET
In a landmark discovery for studying the cosmos, researchers have for…
11/02 15:53 CET
Scientists have been trying to detect gravitational waves, or ripples in the fabric of space-time, ever since Albert Einstein published his…
LEARNING WORLD | 08/01 16:59 CET
Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and education for…
04/01 14:36 CET
It’s the scientific equivalent of winning Olympic…
14/12 11:19 CET
Seven puppies, 28 paws Each weighed three kilos at birth 2 girls (bitches) and five boys (dogs) Birth is good news for…
04/12 07:42 CET
Where did the ancient Aztecs lay their rulers’ remains to…
19/11 17:56 CET
It is a sobering statistic ahead of crucial climate talks in…
- 16/11 - FUTURIS - Surgical avatars promise medical revolution
- 16/11 - FUTURIS - Do you know: can computers heal spines?
- 12/11 - SCIENCE - New blood test improves prostate cancer screening
- 26/10 - FUTURIS - A brighter future? EU researchers harness the power of light
- 26/10 - FUTURIS - Do you know: why is the sky blue?
- 22/10 - SCIENCE - New research yields surprising finds about Pompeii residents
- 19/10 - FUTURIS - Saving brain cells during cancer surgery
- 19/10 - FUTURIS - Do you know: what colours do animals see?
- 16/10 - LEARNING WORLD - STEM – opening access to science, technology, engineering and maths
- 16/10 - LE MAG - Museum charting human evolution re-opens in Paris after revamp
- 15/10 - SCIENCE - Purdue University researchers experiment the dangers of heating hair
- 07/10 - Toddler’s head reattached to spine after car crash
- 07/10 - Work on DNA repair wins Nobel Prize for Chemistry
- 18/09 - Dinosaur chickens, a bee-stung penis and the time taken to pee: Ig Nobels…
- 17/09 - French scientists reveal details of breakthrough in infertility treatment
- 10/09 - ‘Olive Tree Killer’ rife in Corsica
- 10/09 - Homo Naledi: A new human-like species discovered in South Africa
- 08/09 - Does ‘giant virus’ find highlight risk of drilling in the…
- 28/08 - European court upholds Italy law against embryo research
- 20/08 - Fire at Paris science museum blazes for six hours
- 18/08 - Robotics a walk in the park with latest advances on display
- 13/08 - What you need to know about Left Handers’ Day
- 21/07 - Forensic scientists reveal ancient text on charred biblical scroll
- 20/07 - Why haven’t we found alien life yet?
- 15/07 - Solar Impulse: global flight abandoned until 2016
- 15/07 - SPACE - The Astronaut Academy: ‘Like in the film Gravity’
- 14/07 - HIV treatment targets met in advance, says UNAIDS
- 13/07 - NASA probe to ‘buzz’ Pluto in 30 minute flyby
- 10/07 - LEARNING WORLD - Summer holidays: making the most of the big break
- 02/07 - SCIENCE - Machines confused by human-induced “leap second”
- 30/06 - SCIENCE - Exploring the brain while we chat to better understand how it works
- 25/06 - The month of June will go to extra time with a leap second
- 23/06 - Lamb with jellyfish protein sold and consumed in Paris
- 12/06 - ‘Distractingly sexy’ scientists hit back in lab chemistry…
- 09/06 - HI-TECH - Large Hadron Collider ready to embark on an unprecedented voyage of…
- 03/06 - Large Hadron Collider smashes energy record
- 03/06 - Large Hadron Collider opens “new chapter in physics”
- 02/06 - Large Hadron Collider poised to reach full speed and new discoveries
- 01/06 - FUTURIS - Root cause: making crop plants better at sourcing water and nutrients
- 01/06 - FUTURIS - Do you know: roots or branches, which grow faster?
- 28/05 - Charpentier and Doudna win Princess of Asturias Award for gene-editing…
- 26/05 - SCIENCE - Tracking pilots’ brains to reduce risk of human error
- 22/05 - Solar halo observed in Mexico City
- 22/05 - FUTURIS - Recharging without cables: the road ahead for electric cars
- 22/05 - FUTURIS - Grilling up a steak over molten lava – nocomment
- 21/05 - SCIENCE - Evidence of ancient wine found in Georgia a vintage quaffed some 6,000…
- 19/05 - Heard the one about the neutron that walks into a bar?
- 19/05 - SCIENCE - Shoe chip measures hospital hand-washing
- 15/05 - What are the faultlines with the Richter scale?
- 13/05 - Esther Duflo wins Princess of Asturias Social Science prize
- 12/05 - Scientists warn against mobile phone ‘radiation’
- 04/05 - Watch: NASA’s ten-engine electric plane takes off
- 28/04 - SCIENCE - Andrea Ferrari: the graphene guru
- 24/04 - FUTURIS - The walking robot set to help elderly people live an autonomous life
- 24/04 - FUTURIS - Do you know: what’s a robotic walker?
- 23/04 - SPACE - A satellite revolution in oceanography
- 21/04 - HI-TECH - Energy-generating clothes and smart lights join the Internet of Things
- 16/04 - MUSICA - What is life? Music and science combine in “Interplay” in…
- 16/04 - SCIENCE - Australian turtle tracking aids understanding and conservation
- 10/04 - FUTURIS - Surviving strokes: University of Birmingham leading research into cutting…
- 10/04 - FUTURIS - Do you know: how smart is a coaster?
- 05/04 - Scientists hail ‘success’ as Hadron Collider resumes search…
- 03/04 - HIV ‘spreads in similar way to computer virus’
- 03/04 - U TALK - Is ‘Glyphosate’ herbicide a health risk?
- 30/03 - FUTURIS - Building for the future with self-repairing concrete
- 30/03 - FUTURIS - A recipe for self-healing concrete!
- 23/03 - FUTURIS - Do you know: what’s better, the eye or the camera?
- 16/03 - Mind the polar bears: How to watch a solar eclipse
- 13/03 - LEARNING WORLD - More than a feeling: the benefits of multisensory learning
- 06/03 - LEARNING WORLD - Speed learning: can we train our brain to learn more, faster?
- 27/02 - ‘Blue’ dress causes internet confusion. Is it white and gold?