(CNN) — Neutrinos, so-called "ghost particles" scattered across the universe, can be 10 million times lighter than the mass of an electron, according to a new study. Neutrinos are referred to as ghostly
As UK universities prepare for a new term, students are scrabbling for beds. Lisa Aoyama, 22, is among them. The Tokyo resident is about to move to London to study for a masters degree. She looked first
Plexal: An innovation center that has the ear of government Viewed in hindsight through the prism of a society split in two by the ongoing Brexit saga, you could make a case for nominating the London Olympics
The United Kingdom is headed for another showdown next month over Brexit, an issue that has paralyzed British politics for several years and ended the careers of the two previous prime ministers. This
The question of whether life exists on Mars may finally be answered in 2021 when a British-built rover starts drilling deep into the Red Planet’s surface looking for signs of alien habitation. Engineers
When journalist Anna Ceesay was pregnant with her second child she began to feel depressed and anxious, but kept it a secret from everyone, including her husband, the actor Babou Ceesay. She is now determined
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There can’t be a university in the land that hasn’t spent the last decade or so encouraging its researchers to spin out their cutting edge work into tech startups. The journey looks something like this.
You spin weekly, factor in 15 minutes for a quick yoga flow before work daily and are no stranger to half marathon training plans. Chuck in an obsession with sleep quality and a diet filled with colour
crimereads.com - Louisa TregerLouisa Treger, a classical violinist, studied at the Royal College of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and worked as a freelance orchestral player and teacher. She subsequently turned to literature, earning a Ph.D. in English at University College London, where she focused on early-twentieth-century women's writing and was awarded the West Scholarship and the Rosa Morison Scholarship “for distinguished work in the study of English Language and Literature”. She lives in London. Her latest novel is The Dragon Lady.