For most people, the word “symmetry” evokes memories of making paper snowflakes or learning about isosceles triangles in their high school. So quite often When I tell peers that my research involves symmetry, the...
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21 Jun, 2019
This week, we're learning more about a sea creature the ‘leaf sheep’.
It's tiny and green, and you can't say it's not adorable.
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The winter edition is out! I am really excited and proud to share this one. I loved working with the team and thanks to all the contributors! Finally, hats off to the design team! That indeed is some fantastic design work! https://twitter.com/GlasgowGist/status/1483199520179638279
We did it! Our winter magazine is now available online! Very proud of the team and all the hard work from the contributors that’s gone into this - some amazing design work and articles! https://twitter.com/GlasgowGist/status/1483199520179638279
The winter issue of theGIST is now live!
Click below to read our 15th publication, with six fantastic articles covering a range of scientific topics.
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It is rightly said that neutrinos are high-energy "ghostly" particles, as they are very hard to detect. Scientists however have come up with a novel idea of burying detectors deep inside the ice in the polar regions! Why? And fot what?!
To know more visit https://the-gist.org/2022/01/observing-the-cosmos-from-deep-within-antarctic-ice/