Today – 14th March – is Pi Day. It’s a great day for celebrations, great day to be a geek on and great for trying to memorize the digits of Pi to a thousand, maybe million, places. Here’s more…

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The SKA goes to South Africa, it seems! It has won a very close race with Australia. The story is not completely over though…

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A team from Ohio State University has just seen atoms inside the molecule jiggle about! This one’s a really cool story, complete with ultrafast lasers and all.

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The world’s first glimpse of the spectrum of anti-hydrogen will come through CERN. The ALPHA team was successful in trapping a large number of anti-hydrogen atoms and this has allowed them to study the spectrum.

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The Tevatron data concludes roughly what the LHC has concluded for the low mass range. It seems that the Higgs is a low-mass Higgs, with a mass of about 125 GeV.

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Two scientists say that the moon sank the Titanic. Many are not convinced, however.

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Huge eruptions are occurring on Venus, and that too near the planet’s surface. But why is this happening?

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A huge solar flare is headed straight towards Earth. Here’s is what you might expect

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Fireball Spotted Across Britain, Reactions Range From Excitement To Paranoia

A huge fireball was spotted across the length of the British Isles. The police has been inundated with calls from frightened eyewitnesses.

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NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has detected feeble quantities of oxygen gas on Saturn’s moon, Dione. Here’s more.

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A new material is on the block and it can be serious competition to graphene! Graphyne may have better conduction properties than even graphene! Is Graphyne the next big thing?

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The Tevatron detector CDF data reaffirms all that LHCb had said. It seems that CP violation is very much true!

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The LHC is set to return with a bang! After an extended vacation, newer electronics will allow it to get insanely energetic and more luminous.

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NASA announced earlier this week that astronomers using the Chandra X-ray Observatory observed the fastest winds ever blowing off a disk around a stellar-mass black hole.

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It seems that the ghost of the faster-than-light neutrino results won’t die a peaceful death! What was earlier dismissed as a mere computer glitch is not as easy as that! There is a second error and that complicates matters a bit!

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