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At the heart of an atomic clock is, as the name suggests, an isolated, individual atom. Different types of atoms have been used over the years to make sure these timepieces are as precise and stable as possible. Now, physicists at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have found that lutetium atoms could make for more stable atomic clocks... Continue Reading Overlooked atom ticks the
Nothing can ruin a much-needed getaway like hordes of tourists, all jamming into the same cramped spaces, shouting to be heard, and generally sucking all the joy out of the trip you've looked forward to for ages. If you're tired of the crowds and a virtually tourist-free getaway appeals to you, here are a few of the world's secret islands... Continue Reading Paradise overlooked: The best i
Overprescription and use of antibiotics is leading us down a terrifying path, towards a world where our best drugs simply don't work and even the most basic of medical procedures becomes deadly again. To prevent this future, Australian scientists have looked to the past, digging up a long forgotten antibiotic candidate and finding that it's effective against some of the most dangerous "superb
2017 was a remarkable year for the game industry, and so we wanted to check in with devs (who worked on everything from Spelunky to Tacoma) and ask: what game was overlooked last year? ...
With nearly every camera sensor having aspect ratios of 3:2 or 4:3, it can be easy to overlook the importance of aspect ratio. However, your choice of aspect ratio is very important for a variety of reasons. It affects how your image is presented and how your artistic vision is portrayed. Do you want a square crop for sharing your work on Instagram, or perhaps you want to replicate the large form
We took a look at the interesting game mechanics that have helped Murdered: Soul Suspect find a small fanbase even after its developer closed up shop. ...
A suit to bathe in, a vacuum-suctioning dressing gown and a temperature-regulating duvet feature in this collection designed by Central Saint Martins graduate Christine Lew for life on Mars. Read more is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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