Monthly Archives: November 2015

The LHC collides ions at new record energy

After the successful restart of the Large Hadron Collider and its first months of data taking with proton collisions at a new energy frontier, the LHC is moving to a new phase, with the first lead-ion collisions of season 2 at an energy about twice as high as that of any previous collider experiment.

Timelapse from space reveals glacier in motion

Animations that compress 25 years of satellite images into just one second reveal the complex behaviour and flow of glaciers in the Karakoram mountain range in Asia.

Why Poo Transplants are Nothing to Be Sniffed At

Studies show that if severe, the infections can sometimes change your gut microbes permanently.

The hidden language in dog’s wag

It has already been shown that dogs wag their tails asymmetrically when presented with different stimuli, and other dogs seem to behave differently when viewing left vs.

Five Big Technology Predictions into 2016: Frost & Sullivan

Frost & Sullivan’s Audrey William, Head of ICT Research, Australia & New Zealand shares her insights for the five big technology predictions into 2016.

Samsung Provides Ultrasound And Infrastructure Training For UKM Medical Centre

Vice Chancellor, Prof Datuk Dr Noor Azlan Ghazali said to produce international clinical expertise, The National University of Malaysia (UKM) needs to provide a suitable learning environment for medical staff to get exposure to technology and the latest scientific developments.

Study says, Human Cell Cloning Method Dramatically Improved

Upping the stakes in the enduring competition between pluripotent/embryonic stem cells made via the iPSC method, and via cloning, a Harvard University group has reported dramatically improving the efficiency of cloning.

Inside LISA Pathfinder, with narration

ESA’s LISA Pathfinder mission will operate about 1.5 million km from Earth towards the Sun, orbiting the first Sun–Earth ‘Lagrangian point’, L1.

A Precocious Black Hole

Benny Trakhtenbrot, from ETH Zurich’s Institute for Astronomy, and an international team of astrophysicists, performed a follow-up observation of this black hole using the 10 meter Keck telescope in Hawaii and were surprised by the results.

Students’ Ideas on Palm Oil Industry Sustainability wins second prize in the Sustainability Challenge, Malaysia

The National University of Malaysia has won second prize in a competition open to university students aimed at developing innovative ideas on sustainability of the palm oil industry.

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