A science is any discipline in which the fool of this generation can go beyond the point reached by the genius of the last generationMax Gluckman
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- Muonium – the most exotic atom? 31/01/2016
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By Alex Brown, at the Guardian.
Also at the Guardian. Haven’t we been here before? Of course we have, and we will be here again. Time for Batman to return. The department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), responsible for funding research Councils and Universities in … Continue reading
At the Guardian.
Since this fun blog by Tom Chivers is all about being up to date, I thought it deserved up to date stereotypes in the cartoon. (I mean… ties!!) Interestingly the wastepaper bin and the chair don’t change.
At The Guardian.
Biological accelerations of 36,000 times the acceleration due to gravity in this month’s CERN Courier. At The Guardian.
See also Chapter 3.6 of Smashing Physics. Last week, on the day we got our first 7 TeV collisions at the Large Hadron Collider, quite by chance we also had the conference dinner of the annual meeting of the Institute … Continue reading
Somewhere in HM Treasury or thereabouts, 2007. (Thanks to the Batman Comic generator)