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Antarctic krill: Key food source moves south A warming climate shifts the distribution of the krill species eaten by whales and other predators.
Fossil shark named after 80s video game The shark's teeth resemble alien spaceships from the game, Galaga, according to US scientists.
In pictures: 'Super blood wolf moon' Some stargazers struggled to see the rare lunar eclipse which makes the moon appear to glow red.
A Simple Demonstration of Superconductivity - Christmas Lectures with Neil Johnson Superconductivity is an effect of quantum physics that can be demonstrated with this simple setup.
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How Not to Put Out a Metal Fire - with Steve Mould It's a terrible idea to try to extinguish burning metal with a water or CO2 fire extinguisher. Steve Mould shows why.
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Designing the Future Circular Collider Press release:
A short film about the Future Circular Collider study for a post-LHC large-scale research facility in particle physics. The film highlights the importance of continue exploring the fundamental questions about the universe and shows the importance of ...
CERN highlights from 2018 Highlights of the year at CERN, with numerous physics results, new technologies and much more.
Whether you’re passionate about science or simply curious, young or not so young, interested in technology or in international cooperation, 2018 had some wonderful surprises ...
Alex Lathbridge discovers how the ozone layer was discovered - Series 2 Episode 3 Alex Lathbridge speaks to curator Alex Rose and reveals the fascinating story behind the ozone spectrograph. Made in a shed in the 1920s, Gordon Dobson's creation went on to help detect the ozone hole.
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