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Do you suffer BICYCLE FACE?

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Don’t look like that…it’s a serious question. Because while it might sound like the best playground insult you have never heard of, it is a genuine medical condition.

Two tribes go to pour

A kettle. Or ‘universal law of energy conservation machine’ as we have taken to calling it…

Strange, is it not? The places which can inflame the imagination. The things which can spark thought. For Newton, a falling apple was all it took. A particularly contemplative bath did it for Archimedes. For the Science Lite desk… it was a broken kettle.

Love is in the air

The bearded jazz bugler – hot stuff…right ladies?

Spring, as they say, has most definitely sprung. As the daffodils sway gently in the breeze and lambs skip youthfully in the lush fields, nature turns her mind to all things sexual.

Time at the bar please…

Time at the bar please…

A little question for you to kick off this month’s Science Lite. What is your favourite bit of lab equipment?

Are we living up to 2014?

Are we living up to 2014?

2014 – it’s well and truly underway. It is the here and now – the present. But don’t you think it seems a bit, well, overly futuristic? You know…as a number. Just look at it…2014…it just seems entirely out of place on today’s calendar page.

Paranoid over androids

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Ok, we have something important to share – and we are afraid to say that it absolutely justifies coming over all ‘1950s sci-fi’ on you. Here goes…

A lupine conundrum

A lupine conundrum

Hello dearest readers – and a happy new year to you. By way of a post-festive period pick-you-up, we thought you could do with a little teaser to get your synapses lubricated.

The elephant in the room

The elephant in the room

Laboratory News has offered many a scientific take on the festive season over the years.

An interplanetary diamond-rush

An interplanetary diamond-rush

Roll-up, roll-up! For we have an offer you can’t possibly refuse. A business venture, to end all business ventures. And, you lucky people, all we need is your money and your expertise.

Laughing and thinking

Just me, you, the stars and this large ball of dung. How romantic.

Party hats were donned, plastic beakers full of wine were quaffed and hearty cheers were bellowed. It was most definitely party time here on the Science Lite desk a few weeks back – for it was the most important time of our year – the Ig Nobels!

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