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THE GRACE OF KINGS by Ken Liu (Book One of the Dandelion Dynasty)

Few debut novels come loaded with as many high expectations as does Ken Liu’s <i>The Grace of Kings</i>. For starters, Ken Liu is the first writer to receive …

Audi Has Successfully Made Diesel Fuel From Carbon Dioxide And Water

Carbon-neutral diesel is now a reality.<p>German car manufacturer Audi has reportedly invented a carbon-neutral diesel fuel, made solely from water, …

DICE's 'Star Wars: Battlefront' Will Not Have A Single Player Campaign

It’s a great time to be a Star Wars fan, as we’re practically drowning in news regarding the franchise. Yesterday saw the release of a hugely anticipated Episode VII: The Force Awakens trailer, and now today brings a heaping helping of news about EA’s upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront game.<p>Much of it …

DC's Separate TV & Movie Universe: Why It's a Good Thing

by Andrew Dyce<p>– on<p>in Movie News<p>-<p>A Single 'Shared Universe' May Be Overrated<p>We've explained why fans hurt their own cause when it comes to a shared TV …

Just how bad were the Empire soldiers in Star Wars?

These blast points; too accurate for Sand People… Only Imperial Stormtroopers are so precise.<p>THE SEEMING INEPTITUDE of stormtroopers in the original …

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Why do we have allergies?

Allergic reactions to everything from pollen to peanuts make life a misery for millions. But why does our body over-react to seemingly benign intruders? Carl Zimmer reports.<p>For me, it was hornets.<p>One summer afternoon when I was 12, I ran into an overgrown field near a friend’s house and kicked a …

Is aluminium the answer to all our battery prayers?

New research pushes aluminium batteries as the next generation technology to revolutionise mobile devices, but what else could finally make smartphones last more than a day<p>New research by Stanford University into aluminium batteries promises to produce cells that are big enough for a smartphone and …