Unwarmed. How The Last Frontier of Global Warming Stays Frosty

Exploring the cold, sluggish band of deep ocean that resists the global meltdown...

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Manami Mogg’s Moggy Metal Mix 2 (Wo Fat, Interment, Death Angel, Regret)

With the suburban bliss of both Primary and Secondary Feeders shattered by the horticulturalists next-door, Manami Mogg reviews the month's metal releases...

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Join Us! Join Us! What Poor Entrepreneurs need to become Rich Entrepreneurs

Poor communities a 'hotbed' of entrepreneurial creativity, but need help to grow...

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Deeper Into the Hepatitis Bathtub

A booksigning followed by dinner should be simple. In newly-cleansed Manhattan, it's anything but...

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Quit Talkin’, I’m Textin’: Electronic Media Killing Parent/Child Communication

Electronic media keeping kids from communicating with parents ...

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Loitered Lens: Eagulls

Photos of Eagulls at Islington Assembly Hall, May 2016...

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Upwardly immobile? Top Income Earners Don’t Move About Much

Study dispels myth about millionaire migration in the US ...

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Soundtracking the Great Game: (Stylotone Vinyl Reissue of Khartoum)

Frank Cordell's epic soundtrack receives a lavish vinyl reissue...

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Acoustic Researchers Rid Golf Courses of Clanging Bores (well, some of them)

Acousticians track down the reason a type of driver creates a loud clang when it strikes the ball...

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Make Better Music 82: Monetizing Music (Part Two)

Working musician Simon Laffy ponders the recurring problem of making music pay...

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A New Hope For Bleached Coral Reefs?

UN report finds parts of coral reef ecosystems may survive in barely known deeper environments...

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All Wrong: the misguided adventures of an art world hero (Grayson Perry)

The roving potter lines up his newest quaint exhibits: the northern working classes...

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Human Resources Shocker: Suffering Heart Failure is NOT Good for Career Motivation!

One-third of heart failure patients do not return to work ...

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Musicians Wanted: Singer. What Lies Beneath (Mike Kershaw)

Heading up a supergroup of sorts, prog rock keyboardist Mike Kershaw releases What Lies Beneath. Review...

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Is it Done Yet? Archaeologists Find 5000 Year-Old Recipe for Beer

Revealing a 5000-year-old beer recipe in China...

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Like circuit bending, but with more control: Interview (Weightausend)

Weightausend discusses hijacking obsolete digital sound modules, hash-induced panic attacks, and Doctor Who ...

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Notable for its Collaborators (Faulkner)

Interview with Dimitri Farougias from US Pop band Faulkner. ...

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Meet the Self-Healing Electronic Material that means the End of Walloping the Telly

Self-healing, flexible electronic material restores functions after breakage...

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Loitered Lens: The Fall

Photos from The Fall playing live at The Garage, Islington...

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Eat Less, Exercise More. No. Exercise More, Exercise More. What Really Beats Obesity?

Exercise, more than diet, key to preventing obesity ...

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Tracing Mescaline Lines (Eric Yanez / Dubeejunk)

A nod to European fin de siecle visuals, and another to 1960s psychedelia inform Dubeejunk's striking graphics. Profile...

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Absolut-ly Shocking. Children, and the Impact of Alcohol Advertising

Middle-school kids see several alcohol ads a day ...

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An Ominous and Unsettling Ambience: #1 (Daghraven)

Intricately constructed and spanning the gap between melancholy and tragedy, Daghraven makes for brooding archeological listening...

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No Calculator in the Kitchen? Why Girls From Progressive Countries are Better at Maths

Girls from progressive societies do better at maths, study finds ...

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Loitered Lens: The Dead XIII

Horror metal from straight outta Catacombs, The Dead XIII morgue Islington up. Photos ...

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Me Generation, not Re-Generation. (The Treatment, Islington Academy)

The Treatment breathe some new life into UK rock at the Islington Academy...

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A Capella Invasion: Pentatonix UK Tour

The first wave of the summer's a capella surge hits with the Pentatonix UK tour...

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In New York City with the Hepatitis Bathtub

En route to NYC for a NOFX book signing, Scott Laudati takes the Red Sox and racism trail...

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If You Knew Where a Hand Had Been, Would You Still Shake It? In-hand Eye Improves Robotics

Robot's in-hand eye maps surroundings and determines hand's location ...

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Technical Brutality for (nearly) a Gravenous Hour (Katalepsy)

Blasting their way to the top of the Death Metal scene, Russia's Katalepsy release album number two. Review...

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