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Blog Entry Pyramid of Geezers: how to assemble a perfect human pyramid
Physics students calculate the best combination of people needed to achieve maximum height in a human pyramid includes men, women and children
Located in News and Events / / 2015 Archive / April
Blog Entry Alumnus shortlisted for top sci-fi writing prize
Latest novel by Geology graduate Rod Duncan is in the running for the Philip K Dick Award
Located in News and Events / / 2015 Archive / February
Blog Entry €2.9 million project provides platform for PhD students to pursue innovative research
Launch of INTREPID Forensics at annual Forensic Sciences Conference
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / November
Blog Entry Exploring the origin of our Solar System through interstellar dust grains
Dr John Bridges involved in study observing first returned samples of space dust from another solar system
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / August
Blog Entry Superman: Man of Steel and... super-powered solar panel?
Physics students point out flaws in the science of Superman’s solar powered hijinks
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / July
Blog Entry Study of Gamma-Ray Bursts afterglow surprises scientists
Department of Physics and Astronomy study published in Nature
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / May
Blog Entry Students debunk the myth that Icarus 'soared too high'
Centre for Interdisciplinary Science students publish paper on the science behind the mythological character's waxen wings
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / April
Blog Entry Camera obscurer: How the Doppler Effect could get you out of a speeding ticket
Physics and Astronomy students find it would be possible to become invisible to speed cameras – if you could travel at a sixth of the speed of light
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / March
Blog Entry A need for speed will drive you up the wall
Driving a racing car at an angle of 90 degrees to the ground could be possible with the right track design, suggests student paper
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / March
Blog Entry Experts develop world’s first integrated night mapping system
Partnership with Bluesky to initiate night time aerial photo mapping trials
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / February

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