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Searching the SETI haystack News

Searching the SETI haystack

Published: 29 March 2019

The search for extraterrestrial intelligence is like looking for a needle in a haystack – that unequivocal indication of intelligence in the morass of astrophysical noise coming to us from the universe. Steve Croft reviews the field.

From school to space People

From school to space

Published: 4 February 2019

Supporting schoolchildren to carry our real research has many benefits – for teachers and scientists as well as the students themselves. Peter Hatfield of the University of Oxford writes about LUCID

Dancing to the Sounds of Space Outreach

Dancing to the Sounds of Space

Published: 26 March 2019

Whistlers and chorus are plasma waves in the upper atmosphere; Nigel P Meredith describes how converting them to sounds opens the doors to a wide range of outreach activities with artists and gamers.

Global geophysics for security RAS

Global geophysics for security

Published: 4 February 2019

Seismology has the potential to locate nuclear tests, including those carried out by North Korea. The British Geophysical Association devoted their main annual meeting to the challenges of supporting global security.

 Voices of the Future 2019 Blog

Voices of the Future 2019

Published: 15 March 2019

Hannah Dalgleish, astrophysics research student at Liverpool John Moores University, spent a morning with MPs at Westminster posing pressing questions from young scientists.

Voices of the Future 2019

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Hannah Dalgleish, astrophysics research student at Liverpool John Moores University, spent a morning with MPs at Westminster posing pressing questions from young scientists.

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