What The IBM-Salesforce Strategic Partnership Means For Business And AI

Eric Berridge | Posted 17.03.2017 | UK Tech
Eric Berridge

It's time for the creative disruption of legacy systems to align with the next phase of computing: adding intelligence into customer and employee-facing applications, like Salesforce, to enable companies to unlock and monetize data.

Gravitational Waves, the Einstein Centennial, and an Explanation by David Tennant

Anais Rassat | Posted 12.02.2017 | UK Tech
Anais Rassat

Einstein and his famous theory of gravity - general relativity - are once again in the news. The LIGO-Virgo collaboration announced yesterday 11th February that they had directly detected gravitational waves for the first time. This brought worldwide excitement to the field of science.

Is Time Travel Possible?

Marcus Chown | Posted 22.10.2014 | UK Tech
Marcus Chown

The surprising answer is: nobody knows. Physicists, despite trying for almost a century to rule it out, have so far failed. The known laws of physics do not forbid time travel. In fact, they appear to make it easy - at least in principle.

If Djokovic and Federer Did Start Ups

Vivi Friedgut | Posted 06.09.2014 | UK
Vivi Friedgut

Djokovic slipped a number of times - he took a tumble, shook it off and got back up. Federer's cool demeanor is majestic - the man is almost completely unflappable... If you treat each win (and each loss) as a single step in a long journey then a stumble is temporary, a rejection an opportunity to learn and a criticism a chance to improve and tweak.

How to Create Cool Coincidences

Dr Michelle K. Nielsen | Posted 22.12.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Michelle K. Nielsen

The psychoanalyst Carl Jung was the first to talk about synchronicity. He used the term to describe those times when the unlikeliest things happen together. Not just at the same time, but exactly the right time we need them to. And it's no coincidence that Einstein and Jung both believed in synchronicity.

Einstein's Theory Used To Discover New Planet

Huffington Post UK | Christopher York | Posted 14.05.2013 | UK Tech

Despite being over 100 years old, Einstein's theory of relativity is still inspiring advances in astronomy. The latest breakthrough is an entirely ...

Einstein 'Proven Right' After Experiment Spanning 7,000 Light Years

Huffington Post UK/PA | Posted 25.06.2013 | UK Tech

An experiment spanning 7,000 light years of space has proved once again that Einstein got it right, relatively speaking. Scientists measured bursts...

Bored Of The Budget? March 20 Also Ushers In 10 Other 'Days'

Huffington Post UK | Posted 20.03.2013 | UK

Anybody who cast a cursory glance at the news on Wednesday was blasted with blanket coverage of the budget as Osborne readies himself to reveal the co...

Einstein's Brain and the Question of Consciousness in Defying Depression

Tony Lobl | Posted 20.01.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Tony Lobl

My friend remarked on how he'd had the top medical care and had taken almost 10,000 pills in the eight years between the doctor's diagnosis and its reversal. Yet that time was still filled with such mental and physical lows that he frequently felt suicidal.

Einstein's 'God Letter' Effect on the US 2012 Elections

Hannah Gal | Posted 12.12.2012 | UK
Hannah Gal

As I thank Gazin for his time I am astounded at this great man's ability to impact the 2012 US elections; unlike the UK, US election candidates' religious beliefs are a deal breaker for many voters. Even with the freshly reported significant rise in the number of openly declared US atheists, this remains a burning issue on the US political agenda.

Quantum Teleportation - World Records 2012 and Outlook

Henryk Frystacki, Ph.D | Posted 04.12.2012 | UK Tech
Henryk Frystacki, Ph.D

Teleportation is generally understood as an immediate transfer of matter from one point in our universe to another. This method to travel through space is a speculative theory, only plausible in case of the existence of natural wormholes, i.e. flaws in the regular weave of space-time, connecting points in space that are remote from each other.

29 Of The Most Famous Scientific Minds In History In One Photo

Huffington Post UK | Posted 06.09.2012 | UK Tech

Swedish Artist Forri Farg has brought to life a photo marking one the most famous meetings of scientific minds in history. His new, colourised vers...

If We Keep Teaching our Children to be Selfish, We Can't Bemoan a Culture of Egoism

Justin Cash | Posted 14.09.2012 | UK Universities & Education
Justin Cash

Isn't it strange that the people we currently despise so much live the life of affluence that we all want for our children? They embody the character traits we wish to instil in our own flesh and blood, and they are the very same 'winners' that we all wish our children to be.

Einstein Was Not Wrong, But Was He Right?

Anais Rassat | Posted 19.08.2012 | UK Tech
Anais Rassat

The best is still to come, because while scientists can predict the arrival of a scientific revolution, they never can predict the advances that will arise from this change of worldview.

Can Neutrinos Solve the Mystery of the Matter-Antimatter Unbalance?

Nicola Guttridge | Posted 29.05.2012 | UK Tech
Nicola Guttridge

All evidence suggests that neutrinos have mass, but of such a small amount that it is assumed to be negligible. As they travel so fast, their mass must necessarily be tiny - this leads on to the physics controversy of 2011: the saga of the faster-than-light neutrinos.

Einstein's Brain To Go On Display

PA | Posted 15.05.2012 | UK Tech

Dr Albert Einstein's brain is going on display for the first time in the UK alongside that of an infamous murderer. Following his death at the age ...

Nothing Superluminal After All?

Anais Rassat | Posted 24.04.2012 | UK Tech
Anais Rassat

This Nature blog post reports on some possible sources of error that may rule out the problem of the superluminal neutrinos reported by the OPERA team earlier in September 2011.

Upending Physics? Spectacular Aspects of Neutrinos Below, at, or Above Speed of Light

Henryk Frystacki, Ph.D | Posted 28.11.2011 | UK Tech
Henryk Frystacki, Ph.D

The spectacular aspect of such a detectable neutrino beam would be less the discovery that neutrinos may be actually tachyons, but an information speed above the speed of light barrier.