Science & Technology
Scientists’ creation of a new “superheavy” element—the culmination of a nine-year project—may change chemistry
This year's Nobel prize in physics went to a field that is increasingly relevant to our lives
It is an attractive resource now, but in the long run?
There is a great earthquake belt that stretches from the Mediterranean through the Middle East into central Asia, where people are funnelled away from mountaintops and inhospitable deserts, towards...
In the first moments of the universe, matter overpowered antimatter, its mirror opposite. We may soon find out why.
Arnold Wolfendale, University of Durham, at The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1, 1pm, free 020 7451 2500, www.royalsociety.org
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