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In search of the Higgs Boson at the Large Hadron Collider

Jan. 30, 2012, noon

Twig interviews Tom Whyntie, a researcher on the Large Hadron Collider, about the potential discovery of the elusive Higgs Boson.

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Microbes for Mars

Jan. 20, 2012, noon

Scientists have discovered bacteria which can survive in extreme conditions similar to those found on Mars.

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Following the Sun

Jan. 18, 2012, noon

Research has revealed one possible truth behind the story of Viking 'sunstones'.

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Shadow on the Moon

Jan. 4, 2012, noon

December 2011 gave us the last total lunar eclipse until 2014.

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A small scale solution for making giant batteries

Dec. 20, 2011, noon

Researchers have created a material that could help make large-scale long life batteries a reality.

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The world's smallest car

Dec. 6, 2011, noon

Scientists have created a car that is made of a single molecule.

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Life's sweet spot in space

Nov. 24, 2011, noon

Scientists have been accumulating data collected by telescopes in the search for the origin of complex molecules in outer space.

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New elements to be added to periodic table

Nov. 24, 2011, noon

In a rare occurrence, two new elements – 114 and 116 – are to be added to the Periodic Table.

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Look at me! Look at me!

Nov. 3, 2011, noon

Scientists have shown that male fiddler crabs wave faster when surrounded by competition in order to stand out from the crowd.

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Are animals shrinking in the heat of global warming?

Oct. 31, 2011, noon

Research has suggested that the world’s animals and plants are responding to rising global temperatures by getting smaller.

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