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"London rape trial collapses after phone images undermine case. Photos showed defendant in bed with his alleged victim. A rape trial has collapsed after the Crown Prosecution Service offered no evidence when it emerged that images from the defendant's phone of him in bed with his alleged victim had

CONTAINER GARDENING - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Kids explore the wonderful world of ‎science‏ at the library

The Port Macquarie library was a hub of activity on January 16 as pre-schoolers explored what it means to be a scientist as part of workshops run by the Little Bang Discovery Club. Children and Young Adults librarian Virginia Cox said that the Little Bang Discovery Club was a chance for young childr

PORT NEWS - 2018-01-16 06:00:00

‎Science‏ Cafe Concord tonight : The ‎science‏ of parenting

In these days of citizen science projects, we often forget that many adults already participate in an ongoing and enormously complex science project.I refer, of course, to raising children.It's biology (changing diapers) and chemistry (determining which food combinations the little so-and-so's will

RADIO EGYPT - 2018-01-15 20:21:38

Make replication studies a normal part of ‎science‏

The systematic replication of other researchers' work should be a normal part of science. That is the main message of the Academy advisory report Replication studies - Improving reproducibility in the empirical sciences. Funding agencies and scientific journals should also make it easier for researc

KNAW.NL - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Plastic : The ‎science‏ behind the indestructible

Since the first fully synthetic plastic was invented in 1907 by chemist Leo Baekeland, Bakelite or polyoxybenzylmethylenglycolanhydride (try saying that three times fast!) has paved the way for the modern era of plastic. Now over 100 years since it's invention, people are pledging for a plastic free


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The ‎science‏ of Tsunamis

Hazard Management played sort of a 'mythbuster' role to a widely held perception that Cayman's lack of a sizable continental shelf makes it impervious to Tsunami threat. HMCI's Simon Boxall told Cayman 27 that's not exactly the case. Tsunamis travel over the deep open ocean in long wave lengths at g


‎Science‏ Denial versus ‎Science‏ Pleasure

That conservatives doubt scientific findings and theories that conflict with their political and religious beliefs is evident from even a cursory scan of right-leaning media. The denial of evolution and of global warming and the pushback against stem cell research are the most egregious examples in