The precision engineering of an inkjet printer lets chemists “print” millions of chemical reactions.
Astonishing Stonehenge discoveries made not by hand-shovels but with old surveying techniques adapted with the latest tech.
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Online encyclopedia’s rules make it harder to create new articles, creating a geographical disparity of information.
After the disruption in air traffic in 2010, Iceland’s volcanoes cause much anxiety. An expert says there are good reasons to remain calm this time.
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With landing sites now shortlisted, the next step in Rosetta’s mission is to send the Philae lander down to the comet’s surface.