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+Imperial College London researchers going to save the world! 

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Simon Foster from the Department of Physics at Imperial College London explains how a solar eclipse occurs and how to view it safely.

This weeks partial eclipse will happen on 20 March 2015 between approximately 08:30am and 10:30am (GMT). If you miss this one, it will be 2026 before you can catch the next!

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Maybe you'll get to see me on Youtube if this goes well :)
Love the CHRISTMAS LECTURES? Vote now!

We've been working hard to make past lectures available online but there are plenty more to go. To help us complete the project, we’re excited to have reached the final stages of the EMC Heritage Trust Project and the results will be decided by a public vote. 
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My favourite tweet on the #Medcity launch "‏@clairethorne:
.@mayoflondon praising @ImanovaImaging after scanning his brain... What did they find?? #MedCity @imperialcollege"

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Fascinating video piece by our interns Jenny Mitchell , Eliot Barford and Sam Tracey. The jazz and classical music fans are commenting like crazy as well. Great work team! +Eliot Barford

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I have to come clean with you. The solar panels have spoken and they say they like Adele. There's no accounting for the musical tastes of spanking new technology.

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And the lovely video on the bay cat sneaking around in borneo.

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Scientists at Imperial and ZSL have captured rare footage of a little-known wild cat, which has red fur and a long distinctive tail with a black and white tip. I think it looks foxy, but they wouldn't let me write it it the press release. Mraw.

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Scientists have started taking data at a new Dark Matter detector in the USA, apparently it's knocked the socks off some past results, and they're already about to build a 100x more powerful one in the same goldmine in South Dakota. But Ian Sample still has reports it as 'fails to see a particle' in The Guardian http://lnkd.in/bujkDuC I detect more Higgs'-style-hype on the way...
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