#SciVote – the Aftermath

As an addendum to the #SciVote posts, relating to the CaSE campaign for higher, better science policy status and funding, I was planning to compare the lists of outgoing and incoming science literate MPs, but it appears the Times has done it for me. We’re down from around 80 to around 70, it seems.

CaSE has ended its own election project with a call to arms and a call to join their ranks to continue pressing the case for science in policy.

Meanwhile, as part of the excellent Eureka supplement, the Times has given the public a glimpse into one experiment going on at CERN, which is the search for the reason why so little antimatter exists in today’s universe as a proportion of how much normal matter there is.

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