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New study proves instability in model of the universe In a recent paper, Georgios Moschidis shows that a hypothetical geometry of our universe - known as anti-de Sitter (AdS) space - is unstable. Instabilities in this spacetime lead to the formation of black holes and may hint at the origins of the second law of thermodynamics
Review: How is the Scientific Method Doing? - Sabine Hossenfelder Grace Field reviews a talk by Sabine Hossenfelder
Connectomics - a Fly-Brained Contribution to Neuroscience Billy Morris comments on the recent publication of a fruit fly connectome
Science Twitter Roundup: April 2020 A summary of the opinions and witterings of the science community on Twitter
Cambridge scientist reveals journey in latest book: ‘The Dance of Life’ Cambridge embryologist Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz reveals her personal and professional journey through science, in her latest book: ‘The Dance of Life: Symmetry, Cells and How We Become Human’.
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