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LHCb observes an exceptionally large group of particles | CERN
The LHCb experiment at CERN is a hotbed of new and outstanding physics results. In just the last few months, the collaboration has announced the measurement of a very rare particle decay and evidence of a new manifestation of matter-antimatter asymmetry,
New hospital for Edmonton promised in provincial budget
Sources who have seen the government’s plan say the announcement will come in Thursday’s provincial budget. It’s not known yet how much the facility will cost or when it would open, but money has been set aside in this year’s budget for “start-up funding.
America may miss out on the next industrial revolution
Robots are inevitably going to automate millions of jobs in the US and around the world, but there’s an even more complex scenario on the horizon, said roboticist Matt Rendall. In a talk Tuesday at SXSW, Rendall painted a picture of the future of robotic
4 charged in massive Yahoo hack, including 1 Canadian
The United States announced charges Wednesday against a dual Canadian-Kazakh national, two Russian intelligence officers and a fourth man, who lives in the U.S. but has ties to Russia, accusing them of a massive data breach at Yahoo that affected at least
Oilers hit outer-orbit in 7-1 win over visiting Stars
Todd McLellan’s obviously a good teammate as a coach because after the Edmonton Oilers’ morning skate Tuesday, he looked at Lindy Ruff’s Dallas Stars’ woeful lineup and, with a straight face, said: “They’re an offensive time-bomb. They could come up with
Incredible hockey game in Norway goes 8 overtimes
The game went on so long, you have to imagine that even the losing team was just happy it was over.Storhamar defeated Sparta Warriors 2-1 in an eight overtime game on Sunday in Norway. Joakim Jensen finally ended the marathon with a goal with 2:46 remamin
Scientists race to save world's coral reefs
The world has lost roughly half its coral reefs in the last 30 years. Scientists are now scrambling to ensure that at least a fraction of these unique ecosystems survives beyond the next three decades.
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