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Looking through Chandra's eyes News

Looking through Chandra's eyes

Published: 29 November 2019

This revolutionary X-ray telescope has unprecedented spatial resolution, comparable to ground-based optical telescopes for the first time. Read what Belinda J Wilkes, Director of the Chandra X-ray Center has to say about the project.

Take your time People

Take your time

Published: 2 December 2019

What do you do if your scientific questions demand extreme environments, or take place over hundreds or even thousands of years? You might think that means that experiments are not possible, but Charles Cockell and his colleagues would like to prove you wrong.

Artful science Outreach

Artful science

Published: 4 December 2019

Artist Helen Schell uses creativity and craft to give another view of science – and it is a powerful tool for outreach.

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.

Ice, ice baby Blog

Ice, ice baby

Published: 25 June 2019

Astronomy and chemistry come together in the exploration of the universe for signs of the origin of life. And at the annual get-together of the Astrophysical Chemistry Group. Sue Bowler gets the flavour of their meeting.

Ice, ice baby

Ice, ice baby Content

Astronomy and chemistry come together in the exploration of the universe for signs of the origin of life. And at the annual get-together of the Astrophysical Chemistry Group. Sue Bowler gets the flavour of their meeting.

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