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Royal Institution 8h
Ever wondered what would happen if you crossed the event horizon and went into a black hole? That's a silly question, of course you have 🌌 Watch as 's Jerome Gauntlett explains all of the spooky things that would happen to you if you did:
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Royal Institution 10h
How have physicists from the ancient Greeks to Einstein tackled the problem of how light travels, and what did they learn along the way? Join John Spence on 11 March as he tells the story of one of the greatest revelations of modern science.
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Royal Institution 13h
These corals contain proteins that glow in the dark🌟In a beautiful act of teamwork, this helps the associated algae to photosynthesise in dark, deep waters, feeding the coral animal, while the wastes from the coral fertilise the algae🍴Photo and info by
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Alom Shaha 16h
Parents! If you're stuck for things to do with the kids, try some of the science activities in these films from or if you prefer to work from a book, Recipes for Wonder is available at a discount here:
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Dr Ben Still 17h
I want to say a big thank you to everyone that joined me for a night of and last night at the I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!
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Super Paua Feb 18
We are really looking forward to taking the show to and at in the UK- have a read of the preview article here #
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Royal Institution Feb 18
Adoption of argot eradicates populace's engrossment in science🤔 Or, ahem, when scientists use complicated language and jargon to talk about their work, it decreases the public's interest and makes them feel like they're bad at science
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IUCrJ Jan 24
D​avid J. Haas: The early history of cryo-cooling for macromolecular crystallography
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Royal Institution Feb 18
Replying to @Planet_PIuto
You haven't aged a bit!
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Royal Institution Feb 18
We hope you had a fab visit! 🎉
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Royal Institution Feb 18
A very happy birthday to our favourite ex-planet, ! 🎂 On this day 90 years ago, the icy dwarf planet was discovered by the American astronomer Clyde Tombaugh.
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Joyce Osei Feb 18
Another day. This time the and some sight seeing in London
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Compound Interest Feb 18
For , here’s a look at the Nobel Prize-winning lithium-ion batteries that power our phones, tablets and more: 🔋 📱
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Royal Institution Feb 18
Thanks Felix, feel free to DM us if you have any more comments or suggestions!
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Nevin John Stewart Feb 12
@AmerChemSoc This artwork now exhibited at 20 British venues, + Paris, will join & PTs in midMarch at the MSP's Garden Gallery of the
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Royal Institution Feb 18
If you'd like to read more about COPPA and how it affects videos on YouTube, you can here: You can find out more here:
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Royal Institution Feb 18
Hi Felix, thanks very much for getting in touch! As our Christmas Lecture series is made for kids, we had to label it as such on YouTube. In line with their new COPPA regulations, this unfortunately means that comments are disabled on all kids' content.
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Prof Saiful Islam Feb 18
For , it's time to share our world record - the largest lemon battery ever from my . We used 2,016 lemon halves...true cutting-edge technology! cc
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Royal Institution Feb 18
Replying to @NHM_London
For more on dinosaurs, check out our talk on social behaviour exploring the evidence that certain dinosaurs lived and died in packs:
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Royal Institution Feb 18
Think it's impossible to summarise a Ph.D. on 'Early life social experiences shape social avoidance kinematics in larval zebrafish' through the art form of dance?💃🕺 Think again.
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