• phys.org | 4/15/2019 | Staff
    As pink liquid oozed around her shoes, astronomer Johanna Teske started to feel sick. She had been looking for new planets with the Planet Finder Spectrograph, an astronomical instrument resembling...
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  • phys.org | 11/19/2013 | Staff
    In 1972, it took an astronaut going on a spacewalk to do what Lynn Carter now can do with a few mouse clicks over lunch. Carter, a planetary science professor at the Univerity of Arizona Lunar and...
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  • phys.org | 8/25/1963 | Staff
    Ali Bramson clutched her neon pink umbrella as she trekked across the frozen lava that spilled from Amboy Crater in California's Mojave Desert. She and her fellow University of Arizona graduate...
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  • ScienceDaily | 7/10/2019 | Staff
    The research examined how an LGBT group used a virtual world for their own cause, which was different to its intended design. These worlds are immersive, three-dimensional environments, where users...
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  • members.tortoisemedia.com | 7/2/2019 | Staff
    On 27 April, before he burst into a San Diego synagogue and opened fire, killing one worshipper and injuring three more, the gunman said goodbye to the community that radicalised him.
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  • Eidos | 6/22/2019 | Staff
    I was chatting with a social media acquaintance, someone I hope becomes a friend, when he claimed to know this was not the best world that could be. He believed that I, a Christian, must believe...
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  • phys.org | 6/17/2014 | Staff
    For Rosa Mikeal Martey, professor in Journalism and Media Communication, the relationship between identity in the offline world and identity construction in a virtual world has always been of...
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