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Jamie Mullick


Science in 140 characters: What scientists are tweeting about
Sun, Jun 19, 2016

Cassini has shown us several such ‘dents’ in the F ring, but this was one of the first times the anomaly was caught in such great detail so soon after the disturbance occurred.

Science in 140 Characters: What scientists are tweeting about
Sun, Jun 05, 2016

The study states that when it comes to psychotropic drugs, it would be better to shift to a neuroscience-based system rather than the current psychotropic naming system.

Science in 140 characters: What scientists are tweeting about
Fri, Jul 22, 2016

Very few private enterprises have caught the eye of scientists as well as normal people the way that SpaceX has. SpaceX has been setting the bar higher and higher for all of space travel.

Science in 140 characters: Cost of operations
Sun, May 01, 2016

However, the researchers suggested that since the fatalities have been narrowed down to just seven procedures, it would be rather easy to target just those procedures to drastically change the global surgery figures.

Science in 140 characters: 300 TB of collisions
Sun, May 01, 2016

Keeping that in mind, CERN has decided to release 300 TB (terabyte) of data from its Large Hadron Collider (LHC) for free use on the Internet, according to an article tweeted by theoretical physicist Sean M Carroll.

Sleeping Comforts
Sun, Apr 24, 2016

Almost everyone finds it easier to go to sleep in their own rooms, rather than new places.

Dry planet: In every continent, flashing red
Thu, Apr 21, 2016

The Global Integrated Drought Monitoring and Prediction System (GIDMaPS) map shows large patches of dry areas in every continent, indicating droughts of varying severity.

Science in 140 character: Bee junk food
Sun, Apr 17, 2016

Scientists have found that the nutritional properties — in particular the protein content — of plant pollen has reduced by a third (down from 18 per cent to 12 per cent) over the past 172 years.

Science in 140 characters: From bullet to dust
Sun, Apr 10, 2016

One of the biggest problems with traditional armour has been that it is extremely heavy, even for occasional use in cars.

Science in 140 characters: Teleportation troubles
Sun, Mar 20, 2016

From Star Trek to The Fly to Doctor Who, hundreds of science fiction stories have extensively used interstellar transporters, much to the delight of nerds across the world.

Science in 140 character: Chew on that
Sun, Mar 13, 2016

Harvard University professor Daniel Lieberman spent an afternoon chewing different cuts of raw goat meat.

The vanishing Krona: How Sweden is embracing a cash-free world
Wed, Feb 24, 2016

A payment app called Swish could ensure the currency note is completely dead in the country by 2025, and with it, many hope, a lot of crime too.

Science in 140 characters: Cussy beginnings
Sun, Feb 14, 2016

What scientists are tweeting about.

Explained: What next for Julian Assange?
Mon, Feb 08, 2016

A UN panel has held that the WikiLeaks founder had been “arbitrarily detained” by the UK since 2010. A look at the ruling and the politics around it.

2016 US Presidential elections, Iowa caucus: The First Vote
Mon, Feb 01, 2016

The Iowa caucuses kickstart the US presidential nomination process today. Here’s why voters in a small rural state matters in the race to the White House