Nicola Guttridge
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Nicola Guttridge is an Astrophysics graduate from UCL now studying for an MSc in Science Communication at Imperial College. She is the editor of Imperial's science magazine, I, Science (www.isciencemag.co.uk), and freelances for various online and print magazines on the topics of space, astronomy and general science. She tweets at @nickyguttridge and blogs at nguttridge.wordpress.com.

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

0 Comments | Posted 30 March 2012 | (00:00)

Neutrinos are tiny subatomic particles that have sparked off a number of hugely consequential discussions in the past few months - but despite their huge scientific importance, some of the most basic particle properties remain unknown due to the fact that they do not interact with matter.

All evidence suggests...

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Stargazing, Spaceflight and Satellites: the Future of the Space Industry

0 Comments | Posted 7 December 2011 | (23:00)

Many young children dream of being astronauts when they're younger - myself included! Global investment is poured into the space industry, and almost every powerful country in the world is involved in a 21st-century version of the Space Race. The mysterious and alluring nature of the stars above us has...

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