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Guardian (UK) Science Blog

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Notes and Theories: Dispatches from the Science desk.

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Why thousands of AI researchers are boycotting the new Nature journal
Academics share machine-learning research freely. Taxpayers should not have to pay twice to read our findingsBudding authors face a minefield when it comes to publishing their work. For a large fee, as much as $3,000, they can make their work availab...
Guardian (UK) Science Blog
Tuesday, May 29, 2018


The universe is an egg and the moon isn't real: notes from a Flat Earth conference
Michael Marshall attended the UK's annual gathering of people who share the unshakeable belief that the Earth is flatThere was the three-hour presentation which contended that the universe is a giant egg. There was the Manchester musician who posited...
Guardian (UK) Science Blog
Wednesday, May 2, 2018


Why genetic IQ differences between 'races' are unlikely
The idea that intelligence can differ between populations has made headlines again, but the rules of evolution make it implausibleThe idea that there may be genetic differences in intelligence between one population and another has resurfaced recentl...
Guardian (UK) Science Blog
Wednesday, May 2, 2018


Africa is slowly splitting in two - but this 'crack' in Kenya has little to do with it
A widely reported crack in the Rift Valley was not formed by tectonic movement, but by erosion of soil from recent heavy rainsGlobal media outlets have been abuzz recently about a large "crack" which appeared in the Kenyan Rift Valley. Many of these ...
Guardian (UK) Science Blog
Friday, April 6, 2018


Why humans are optimised for endurance running, not speed
Other animals have us beat over short distances, but in an interspecies Olympic ultramarathon, Homo sapiens would likely take all the medalsRoger Bannister's four-minute mile, while a remarkable human milestone, is noteworthy from a comparative physi...
Guardian (UK) Science Blog
Wednesday, March 14, 2018


From spy novels to Skripal: the myth of the untraceable poison
The idea of a poison that can't be detected is terrifying, but there is no such thingThe news of the apparent poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia produced a lot of speculation over what might have made two people very ill so suddenly. ...
Guardian (UK) Science Blog
Thursday, March 8, 2018


Counter-mapping: cartography that lets the powerless speak
How a subversive form of mapmaking charts the stories and customs of those who would traditionally be ignored Sara is a 32-year-old mother of four from Honduras. After leaving her children in the care of relatives, she travelled across three state bo...
Guardian (UK) Science Blog
Tuesday, March 6, 2018


Babies' sleep patterns can be challenging - here's why you shouldn't despair
On Baby Sleep Day, here are some insights that might help get you through the long, broken nightsPairing the words "baby" and "sleep" can evoke strong emotions. Those who have had limited contact with little ones might interpret this word-combination...
Guardian (UK) Science Blog
Thursday, March 1, 2018


Mirrors have revealed something new about manta rays - and it reflects badly on us
Humans make huge use of marine vertebrates, but manta rays may pass the self-awareness test and fish potentially could too. Ethically, where does that leave us?As a shark biologist, I enjoy nothing more than going scuba diving with sharks in the wild...
Guardian (UK) Science Blog
Tuesday, February 27, 2018


How to make a monster: what's the science behind Shelley's Frankenstein?
A look at the problems Victor Frankenstein would have faced, from preservation of tissue to developing new surgical techniquesThe bicentenary of the publication of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: or the Modern Prometheus has meant a lot of people are re...
Guardian (UK) Science Blog
Thursday, February 22, 2018



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