Phoenix Force | Marvel 101
A powerful cosmic force that roams the universe, the Phoenix can bring peace or destruction to the cosmos. This week on Marvel 101, the Phoenix has come to Earth and the X-Men better watch out.
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Kilogram to be defined by Planck constant instead of a lump of metal Scientists from around the world have unanimously voted for a new definition of the kilogram – one based on fundamental constants instead of “Le Grand K”
There’s an enormous ghost galaxy hiding at the edge of the Milky Way The Gaia satellite has spotted a ghost galaxy with a lower surface brightness than any stellar system we’ve ever seen – but the discovery is being questioned
Microbots made from mushroom spores could clean polluted water Water contaminated with heavy metals, such as lead, could be cleaned up by thousands of microbots built from mushroom spores
'Genomics Summit’ held in Parliament on 31 October 2018 Science and Technology Committee and the Department of Health and Social Care Genomics Summit 2018
A more efficient fuel cell for smart power grids An EU- and industry-funded project has developed a high-efficiency fuel cell with a long lifetime suitable for integrating renewable energy sources into smart power grids in the longer term. Some of the key components are already on the market. The ...
Balance and effectiveness of research and innovation spending examined Science and Technology Committee explore issues including international comparisons of R&D spending and the regional distribution of investment
Video: Meet the low carbon pioneers (sponsored by BP)
Reducing the planet’s greenhouse emissions requires innovative advances, such as concrete that absorbs carbon dioxide as it hardens. Tom Schuler explains
EU and Japan collaborate in search for gravitational waves An exchange of know-how and technology between EU-funded scientists and their Japanese colleagues has paved the way for a new generation of ultra-sensitive gravitational wave detectors.
New Scientist Live: The World's Greatest Science Festival
New Scientist Live: 10-13th October 2019, London ExCeL
New Scientist Live is the world's greatest science festival, for everyone curious about science and why it matters.
For four days in October 2019 it transforms London, the world’s most exciting capital ...
'Manspreading bleach' a Kremlin hoax? BBC Trending asks Anna Dovgalyuk
Millions of people around the world have watched a viral video that appears to show Anna Dovgalyuk, a Russian activist, student and social media star taking direct action against "manspreading".
So why do some think it is actually Kremlin-backed misinformation?
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How to fake a trend on Twitter - BBC Trending
A BBC investigation has found Saudi Arabian companies offering to make hashtags trend artificially. Twitter says it's trying hard to clamp down on automated accounts - or "bots".
Reporters: Jonathan Griffin and Fahima Abdulrahman
Video journalist: Alex Dackevych
Goodbye, Internet Explorer
Microsoft's legendary browser is getting replaced. It's about time.
Internet Explorer 4, released by Microsoft in 1997.

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