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New discoveries about a lost ship from Britain's real 'Game of Thrones'

2018-06-22 14:47:14

A team of maritime historians and archaeologists, led by academics at the University of Bristol, has published compelling new evidence about the remains of the largest and best-preserved late medieval

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End of driving ban to boost Saudi women's economic role

2018-06-21 18:00:03

The end of a decades-old female driving ban is expected to bring an economic windfall for millions of Saudi women, making it easier for them to work and do business.

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Mega-cruises are becoming copies of the great Las Vegas resorts

2018-06-21 12:45:13

Barcelona has become the most important port in the world for cruise holiday tourism, apart from its original market, the Caribbean. This year, it has served as the base for some of the most modern me

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Last of the Jayer wine goes on sale in Geneva

2018-06-17 18:45:16

The last batch of late legendary winemaker Henri Jayer's Burgundies—which include some of the world's most expensive wines—went on sale in Geneva Sunday expected to rake in up to $13 million.

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Grenfell: a year on, here's what we know went wrong

2018-06-14 15:46:14

The Grenfell Tower fire resulted in the greatest loss of life from a fire in Britain since World War II. A year on, we know that the fire's rapid spread was at least partly due to the cladding that en

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Science Says: What happens when researchers make mistakes

2018-06-14 00:45:53

Everyone makes mistakes, but when scientists do, the remedy goes far beyond saying you're sorry. Two fresh examples show how some journals and universities react when the need arises to set the record

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Heritage science: Where the past looks to the future

2018-06-11 23:30:16

Are crowd-sourced photos taken with mobile phones useful in collecting analytics for antiques? Can smell be used to classify degradation of plastic artifacts in museums? How are cannonballs from shipw

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UK to offer Stephen Hawking fellowships

2018-06-11 15:15:10

Exceptional students in mathematics and physics can compete for research fellowships in honour of the late British physicist Stephen Hawking, who died in March, the government announced on Monday.

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Best of Last Week – Confirming Einstein's elevator, exciting news from Mars and medicines being improperly prescribed

2018-06-11 15:15:10

It was another good week for physics as a team at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology conducted an atomic clock comparison that confirmed key assumptions of 'Einstein's elevator'—o

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Universities, research firm win $2.5B Los Alamos contract

2018-06-08 20:15:16

The U.S. government has awarded a team of two universities and a research firm with offices around the world a $2.5 billion-a-year contract to manage Los Alamos National Laboratory.

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Bend it like Einstein: Science and the World Cup

2018-06-07 16:46:16

Football fans won't be alone when they sit glued to their TV sets for the 2018 World Cup.

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Why won't scientific evidence change the minds of Loch Ness monster true believers?

2018-06-06 16:30:02

You may have noticed a curious recent announcement: An international research team plans to use state-of-the-art DNA testing to establish once and for all whether the Loch Ness monster exists.

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Scans reveal newsprint, second painting under Picasso

2018-06-06 11:30:37

Infrared imaging technology has helped peel back the layers of a Pablo Picasso painting on display in Japan, and revealed a page from a 1902 newspaper and another composition below.

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The misleading evidence that fooled scientists for decades

2018-06-05 20:32:02

There are surprisingly few proven facts in science. Instead, scientists often talk about how much evidence there is for their theories. The more evidence, the stronger the theory and the more accepted

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Researchers create tool to better evaluate implementation of science research proposals

2018-06-04 19:03:57

Researchers at Boston University's Evans Center for Implementation and Improvement Sciences (CIIS) have developed a new scoring criteria for evaluating the quality of scientific research proposals. Te

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The Uzbek entrepreneur tapping paper's age-old power

2018-06-04 17:19:49

The passage of time seems to have slowed down at Zarif Mukhtarov's paper mill in a village not far from ex-Soviet Uzbekistan's silk road city, Samarkand.

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Studies of space, hearing and DNA attract $1 million awards

2018-05-31 17:19:33

Seven scientists will share three $1 million prizes for studying the birthplace of stars, the mechanisms of hearing and a widely used tool for editing DNA.

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Researchers release risk-management roadmap to denuclearization in North Korea

2018-05-31 12:51:35

Immediate denuclearization of North Korea is unrealistic, said Stanford scholars in an in-depth report released by the Stanford Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC).

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Mixing science and politics

2018-05-30 20:17:15

The inaugural March for Science, held last year in Washington, D.C., and other cities across the world, celebrated science and its role in our everyday lives. In addition, many participants expressed

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Researchers test FIFA World Cup game balls in the laboratory

2018-05-30 15:40:38

The official ball for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia has received Empa's stamp of approval after numerous rigorous tests. Some goalkeepers had been critical of its flight characteristics, but the r

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New platform for analyzing global trade in the last two centuries

2018-05-28 13:18:02

A new web platform called the Federico-Tena World Trade Historical Database contains information about imports and exports from 140 countries from every continent from 1800 to 1938. This new data cons

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Crypto currency stunt on Everest linked to Sherpa death

2018-05-27 05:20:18

A promotional stunt by an Irish tech company to bury $100,000 worth of a new cryptocurrency at Everest's summit has been linked to the death of a Sherpa guide, the company said Saturday.

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Demasi cleared, but images in science continue to attract intense scrutiny

2018-05-25 23:06:14

Science reporter Maryanne Demasi was last month cleared of allegations of research misconduct in relation to her University of Adelaide Ph.D. thesis published in 2004.

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How chemical weapons became taboo – and why they still are

2018-05-24 01:04:08

The world has witnessed two very different chemical weapons attacks in the last two months: in March, the assassination attempt against Sergei Skripal in the British town of Salisbury, and then the As