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  1. Science: The month ahead

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    The British Science Association stubbornly refuses to limit National Science and Engineering Week to seven days; so its annual celebration, starting on 14th March, will again be a nine-day nationwide brainfest. There is Einstein’s Birthday Party in Whitby for infants; safe-cracking in Birmingham’s jewellery quarter; and a hydraulics tutorial in...
  2. Science: The month ahead

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    Fancy seeing what Britain was like in the old days? Head to the Natural History Museum for “Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story,” from 13th February (www.nhm.ac.uk). Revisiting the era when mammoths roamed the land, artefacts include a skull from Britain’s earliest known Neanderthal and the world’s oldest...


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