Sunday, August 14, 2022

could the Earth ever stop spinning, and what would happen if it did?

Author : Jacco van Loon, Astronomer, Keele University Could the Earth stop spinning, and if it did, what would happen?...

how Gaudí’s masterpiece became a myth and a divisive political tool

Author : Josep-Maria Garcia Fuentes, Senior Lecturer in Architecture, Newcastle University The Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudí’s Catalan masterpiece, recently celebrated...

space missions to look forward to in 2022

Author : Monica Grady, Professor of Planetary and Space Sciences, The Open University Astronomers ended 2021 on a high with...

what to watch in science in 2022 – podcast

Author : Daniel Merino, Assistant Science Editor & Co-Host of The Conversation Weekly Podcast, The Conversation From new mRNA vaccines...

Pardons for historic homosexual offences are welcome

Author : Cameron Giles, Lecturer in Law, London South Bank University About 40 years ago, a man named George was...

a new review looks at the risks and benefits

Author : Harry Tattan-Birch, PhD Candidate, Behavioural Science and Health, UCL Heated tobacco products are designed to heat tobacco without...

the real reason Trump and the crowd almost killed US democracy

Author : Stephen Reicher, Bishop Wardlaw Professor in the School of Psychology & Neuroscience, University of St Andrews It was...

how COVID is transforming our cities

Author : Michele Acuto, Professor of Global Urban Politics and Director, Connected Cities Lab, The University of Melbourne The pandemic,...

Mask wearing wasn’t disputed in previous crises – so why is it so hotly...

Author : Nathan Abrams, Professor of Film Studies, Bangor University Across western countries, people are polarised over wearing masks. While...

our research suggests adherence to lockdowns in England declined over time

Author : Ed Manley, Professor of Urban Analytics, University of Leeds The grim prospect of COVID-19 stay-at-home orders is back...

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