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Daily Telegraph
19/09/2021 07:46:22 PM
Sunak goes hunting for Future Fund ‘unicorns’
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iPhone 13 & Apple Watch: UK release date, price, features and specs
Oracle pumps £150m into Oxford Nanopore float
iPhone launches are no longer a spectacle – but that's good news for Apple
iPhone 13 launch: Apple reveals four new phones with better battery and camera
Apple must end its iPhone obsession to avoid an existential crisis
Inflation will burst this tech bubble – and good riddance to its New Age cranks
Apple iPad Pro 2021 review: stuck in the Mac’s shadow
Electric car revolution risks mountain of toxic battery waste
Elon Musk fights to rid rural Britain of sluggish broadband in battle with BT
Tech Hot 100: How Britain's tech start-ups are being powered by global talent
Tech Hot 100: Time to make diversity pay
Tech Hot 100: Britain should cheer on its billion pound start-up crowd
Tech Hot 100: Winners and losers from the year of Covid
Coming to a headset near you, a chance to walk among ‘ghosts’
ByHarry de Quetteville
The European start-ups gunning for Elon Musk's electric car crown
Meet the cyber mercenaries – and the activists trying to stop them
Oxford seeks to keep pace in hunt for game-changing vaccine
Meet the tech entrepreneur who believes he can defuse the NHS's Covid timebomb
ByHarry de Quetteville
How two brothers from rural Ireland built a $115bn payments giant
The British genetics boss on the frontline of the coronavirus epidemic
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‘All drugs will be designed by computers by 2030’
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Tony Blair’s son on his mission to dismantle his father’s education goals
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Only a $3 trillion Wall Street titan can challenge Britain’s banks
Banking tech chief faces claims of bullying
Questor: this lender grows at 60pc a year but is valued as if it went up by 10pc. Invest
Sunak goes hunting for Future Fund ‘unicorns’
Oracle pumps £150m into Oxford Nanopore float
‘Stop procrastinating and go for it’ say Britain’s top black entrepreneurs
Apple must end its iPhone obsession to avoid an existential crisis
Ireland accused of defying Brussels over privacy crackdown on Big Tech
Kiwi who unfriended Facebook backs Brexit Britain to ‘go its own way’ on privacy
Robots to police underage alcohol sales at supermarkets
Artificial intelligence risks surge in false breast cancer scares
Facial recognition tech 'being rolled out by police without Parliament's oversight'
Duty of Care campaign
Make social media bosses criminally liable for failings, says father of teenager who took own life
Online child safety law heralds end to ‘tech exceptionalism’, says Baroness Beeban Kidron
Instagram's age verification 'won't make a blind bit of difference', warns former Government adviser
'We want to emulate Apple': how one British firm is trying to disrupt the PC hardware market
Deathloop review: temporal thriller is gamemaking at its most stylish, smart and satisfying
Why the Matrix Resurrections trailer brings the Simulation Hypothesis one step closer to reality
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Scientific American
19/09/2021 07:46:07 PM
Public HealthMasks Protect Schoolkids from COVID despite What Antiscience Politicians Claim
AnimalsHow to Help Your Dog Adapt to a Postpandemic World
MathematicsInfinity Category Theory Offers a Bird’s-Eye View of Mathematics
Public HealthA New Nurse Struggles to Save Patients in a New COVID SurgeCases peaked, then fell, then rose again. “It is so much worse this time”Kathryn Ivey | Opinion
Public HealthMasks Protect Schoolkids from COVID despite What Antiscience Politicians Claim
AnimalsHow to Help Your Dog Adapt to a Postpandemic World
MathematicsInfinity Category Theory Offers a Bird’s-Eye View of Mathematics
Climate ChangeScientists Flood Forests to Mimic Rising Seas
VaccinesThird COVID Vaccine Shot Boosts Protection in Israeli Study
AnimalsHow You Can Help Stop Invasive Spotted Lanternflies
ToxicologyImmigrants in U.S. Detention Exposed to Hazardous Disinfectants Every Day
HistoryHealth Effects of 9/11 Still Plague Responders and SurvivorsThose who were exposed to Ground Zero have increased rates of certain cancers and other health problemsTara Haelle
PsychologySometimes Mindlessness Is Better Than MindfulnessIn some situations, don’t pay so much attentionAlexander P. Burgoyne and David Z. Hambrick
EngineeringWhat Structural Engineers Learned from 9/11Members of the profession study such tragic events to try and ensure that something similar won’t happen againDonald Dusenberry | Opinion
Social Capital in Black Communities Is Often Overlooked
Infinity Category Theory Offers a Bird's-Eye View of Mathematics
Massively Reducing Food Waste Could Feed the World
Extreme Birding Competition Is a Cutthroat Test of Skill, Strategy and Endurance
Weird Muons May Point to New Particles and Forces of Nature
How the Pandemic Is Changing Mental Health
Novel Drug Therapies Could Tackle Treatment-Resistant Depression
Inventive Ways of Delivering Mental Health Care Thrive during the Pandemic
Mining Social Media Reveals Mental Health Trends and Helps Prevent Self-Harm

BBC
19/09/2021 07:46:24 PM
World on course to heat up to dangerous levels
What do world leaders need to agree to stop climate change?
Climate report is 'code red for humanity'
What do world leaders need to agree to stop climate change?
Climate report is 'code red for humanity'
Earthshot environment prize shortlist unveiled
Exhibition recalls Shackleton's final quest
World's biggest tree gets blanket as US fire rages
All-amateur space crew enjoy views of Earth
Chinese astronauts return to Earth after 90 days
Moon contract signals new direction for Europe
Earthshot environment prize shortlist unveiled
Exhibition recalls Shackleton's final quest
World's biggest tree gets blanket as US fire rages
All-amateur space crew enjoy views of Earth
Chinese astronauts return to Earth after 90 days
Moon contract signals new direction for Europe
Video 3 minutes 52 secondsLife at 50C: The toxic flares fuelling climate change
UK still lagging on climate policy, report says
Fossil fuels must stay underground, scientists say
Then and now: Why deforestation is such a hot topic
Video 4 minutes 34 seconds'I care about the climate but my dad works at BP'
Amateur astronauts launch on 'inspiration' mission
Rover rock cores were 'highest priority samples'
Smoke alarms go off on International Space Station
Winchcombe meteorite driveway to go on display
Hubble successor given mid-December launch date
Dinosaur-killing asteroid left snakes to thrive
Video 1 minute 1 secondMegapod of feeding humpback whales 'so special'
North Sea's hidden ice age past is revealed in 3D
World now sees twice as many days over 50C
Half of Department for Transport cars still diesel
Carbon dioxide shortage 'threatens food security'
Investigation launched after BSE case confirmed
Biden urges leaders to cut methane gas emissions
World on course to heat up to dangerous levels
Earthshot environment prize shortlist unveiled
Exhibition recalls Shackleton's final quest
'The Universe is so vast': Chinese astronauts back on Earth
Priti Patel calls M25 climate protesters selfish

New Scientist

19/09/2021 07:46:07 PM
Men fart more when eating a plant-based diet due to good gut bacteria
UN says global carbon emissions set to rise 16 per cent by 2030
Coal-powered bitcoin mining soars in Kazakhstan following Chinese ban
Cats refuse to snuggle with objects that smell like their owners
The ozone hole over the South Pole is now bigger than Antarctica
The BepiColombo spacecraft is about to make its first Mercury flyby
Woman who first gained sense of smell at age 24 finds it disturbing
Mushballs inside Uranus and Neptune may solve an atmospheric mystery
UN says global carbon emissions set to rise 16 per cent by 2030
Watch cuttlefish migrate together in a defensive line with a lookout
Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2021
Health check for London zoo animals as annual weigh-in gets underway
Watch a one-legged robot hop about as researchers try to knock it over
Are male bigfin reef squid the best cephalopod fathers?
Wild cockatoos make "cutlery" tools from tree branches
UN says global carbon emissions set to rise 16 per cent by 2030
Watch cuttlefish migrate together in a defensive line with a lookout
Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2021
Health check for London zoo animals as annual weigh-in gets underway
Covid-19 news: How common is long covid in people who get infected?
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19/09/2021 07:46:22 PM
Men fart more when eating a plant-based diet due to good gut bacteria
UN says global carbon emissions set to rise 16 per cent by 2030
Coal-powered bitcoin mining soars in Kazakhstan following Chinese ban
Cats refuse to snuggle with objects that smell like their owners
The ozone hole over the South Pole is now bigger than Antarctica
The BepiColombo spacecraft is about to make its first Mercury flyby
Woman who first gained sense of smell at age 24 finds it disturbing
Mushballs inside Uranus and Neptune may solve an atmospheric mystery
UN says global carbon emissions set to rise 16 per cent by 2030
Watch cuttlefish migrate together in a defensive line with a lookout
Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2021
Health check for London zoo animals as annual weigh-in gets underway
Watch a one-legged robot hop about as researchers try to knock it over
Are male bigfin reef squid the best cephalopod fathers?
Wild cockatoos make "cutlery" tools from tree branches
UN says global carbon emissions set to rise 16 per cent by 2030
Watch cuttlefish migrate together in a defensive line with a lookout
Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2021
Health check for London zoo animals as annual weigh-in gets underway
Covid-19 news: How common is long covid in people who get infected?
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19/09/2021 07:46:09 PM
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