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Felonious Penguin

Penguin crime rates rocket in Antarctica

BBC witness avian avarice

iPhone

New iPhone disappoints

Fruitless Apple need a turnover

New drug combinations are tested and evolve

Perfect drug combinations evolved at University of Manchester

Researchers at the university evolve drugs to be harder, better, faster, stronger

Blackberry Curve

Crackberry to Crashberry

Blackberry users can enjoy the free apps and return to using their “crackberries”.

Nobel Prize medal

Nobel Prize winners earn acclaim for seminal research

The 2011 Nobel Prizes in Physics, Medicine and Chemistry respectively were announced in October, awarding the international researchers acclaim for their leading research.

cern

Fundamental physics law broken

The past century of science may be soon declared as misguided, if the results from CERN where the speed of light has seemingly been exceeded, can not be explained.

BlackBerry, Apple, Google Android

Which mobile operating system?

RIM’s BlackBerry, Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android all claim to have the best operating system, but with such different approaches, which is truly the best?

The late Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs: a legacy

The life and career of the late Steve Jobs was influential, prolific and truly avant-garde.

Glastonbury attendees educated on microbiology

Bacteria Lessons for Glastonbury festival-goers

Glastonbury festival fans were contaminated with a fluorescent virus by University of Manchester researchers, in a unique interactive event to teach about microbiology.

Light beam

Invisibility cloaks becoming reality

Science fiction’s cloaking devices may soon be realised as researchers use carbon nanotubes to deflect light.

Steroid Inhaler used by asthma sufferers

New hope for asthma sufferers

A new asthma drug developed allows patients to avoid the use of steroids, but has been deemed too expensive to be prescribed to patients by the NHS.

Apple in court again

Apple in court again over allegations of copyright infringement.