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States of matter describe the distinct ways certain groups of particles arrange themselves with various temperatures and forces. Historically, these descriptions have focussed on a material’s shape and volume, giving us just three traditional states: solid, liquid, and gas.   Read more…


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Graphene continues to dazzle us with its strength and its versatility – exciting new applications are being discovered for it all the time, and now scientists have found a way of manipulating the wonder material so that it can better Read more…


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A new technique using diamonds and titanium has the potential to help remove plastic microfibres before they enter the environment, by decomposing them into naturally occurring molecules.   It’s a secret the fashion industry would prefer to keep under wraps – most Read more…


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Evidence of water in the shadows of craters or locked up in glassy beads like microscopic snow-globes has recently revealed the Moon’s surface is far less desiccated than we ever imagined.   Just where this veneer of ice water came Read more…


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For nearly one in five children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the origins of their distinct mix of behavioural characteristics can be traced back to an attack carried out by their mother’s immune system on their developing brain.   Read more…


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A robot inspired by the shape and delicate underwater movements of a jellyfish, allowing it to safely explore endangered coral reefs, was unveiled by British scientists on Wednesday.   According to research by teams at the universities of Southampton and Read more…

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