SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
NEW PARTICLES MAY “SIGNAL THE BREAKING POINT OF THE STANDARD MODEL”
Theoretical physicists working with the LHCb experiment at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) have stumbled upon an anomaly that challenges the Standard Model. It's possible that there are yet to be discovered particles to explain the anomaly.
ALCOHOL DOES NOT ALTER PERSONALITY, SAY SCIENTISTS AS THEY DEBUNK MYTH OF 'HAPPY DRUNK'
There is no such thing a ‘happy drunk’ scientists have concluded after finding that alcohol does not radically change personality.
LIFE AMONG THE STARS? TINY INTERSTELLAR PROBES MAY TEST 'PANSPERMIA' IDEA
Some of the first spacecraft that humanity sends to other solar systems may carry microscopic ambassadors from Earth.
A NEW ROCKET COMPANY IS OFFERING AN AFFORDABLE SPACEX ALTERNATIVE
Rocket Lab has announced a 10 day test period beginning May 21st for their Electron Rocket. If the test goes to plan space could become far more accessible with cheaper flights and shorter wait times.
HOTTEST CHILLI PEPPER IN THE WORLD ACCIDENTALLY CREATED BY WELSH FARMER
A Welsh fruit grower trying to come up with a novel entry for next week’s Chelsea Flower Show has accidentally created the hottest chilli ever recorded.
RESEARCHERS HAVE DEVELOPED A POTENTIAL BLOOD TEST FOR AUTISM
Researchers have developed two new potential tests, one blood and one urine, that could help families with a child who has autism spectrum disorder (ASD) receive a diagnosis earlier.
ANTARCTIC DANGER: ICE SHELF CRACKS CLOSE BRITISH BASE … AGAIN
Growing cracks in an Antarctic ice shelf have forced the closure of a mobile British research station for a second winter, although it was relocated earlier this year to avoid the danger of being cast adrift.
WE MAY FINALLY UNDERSTAND HOW ALIEN LIFE COULD SURVIVE ON SATURN’S MOON
Observations from the Cassini mission to Saturn has allowed researchers to better understand how the moon Enceladus could sustain a global subsurface ocean. A new study gives more evidence that the moon could support life.
WHY PRIVATE PLANES ARE NEARLY AS DEADLY AS CARS
A private plane claimed another life when the famous baseball pitcher Roy Halladay, age 40, died in a plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico today (Nov.
WOUNDS SUSTAINED BETWEEN 8PM AND 8AM TAKE FAR LONGER TO HEAL, SCIENTISTS DISCOVER
It is a sobering thought when stumbling home from the pub. According to scientists injuries sustained at night take far longer to heal.