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British startup to launch streaming service where viewers can buy shares in new series
Weigh children annually between two and 18 to prevent obesity timebomb, says Royal College 
Mission to Mercury: BepiColombo to blast off on hunt for water and magnetic field 
Comment: Uber wants to be the Amazon of transport. That won't be easy
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Comment: Uber wants to be the Amazon of transport. That won't be easy
Comment: Smart home technology needs house rules to keep families safe from hackers
Parliament votes take longer after Westminster buys nine £900 tablets
Netflix is the content king - but could its reign be short-lived?
British startup to launch streaming service where viewers can buy shares in new series
Comment: Uber wants to be the Amazon of transport. That won't be easy
US tech business Mixpanel opens office for 40 staff in London 
Tencent executive urges Europe to focus on ethical uses of artificial intelligence
Devialet severs ties with Apple after 'disappointing sales'
Comment: Smart home technology needs house rules to keep families safe from hackers
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Gallery: New Red Dead Redemption 2 screenshots reveal locations of its Wild West world
Weigh children annually between two and 18 to prevent obesity timebomb, says Royal College 
Mission to Mercury: BepiColombo to blast off on hunt for water and magnetic field 
Increased flooding, dead corals and malaria - the challenges awaiting us if we ignore climate change
First mammal with two mothers is born as gene-editing breakthrough creates mouse with no father
Nice kids come last - new study finds agreeable personalities have less money
Hearing aids slow dementia by '75%', new study finds
Kate Humble: 'Wild walking is the best cure for life and work worries'
Exclusive pictures: Life on a remote Scottish farm that is working to feed the world
Hares could be wiped out, experts warn, as mystery deaths spark fears RHD-2 has 'jumped' from rabbits  
Comment: Our government must spend more on preserving global nature - the people will profit
Workforce of the future: tech worker and socially committed worker
From company van to family runabout: should commercial vehicles be available for personal use?
How Qatar has moved camel racing into the 21st century
How ESLs are energising the high street by improving customer experience
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Scientific American
15/10/2018 08:46:29 AM
Huge Iceberg Poised to Break Off Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier
Same-Sex Mice Parents Give Birth to Healthy Brood
Soyuz Rocket Fails, Forces Emergency Landing for U.S.–Russian Space Station Crew
Lab-Grown Human Retinas Illuminate How Eyes Develop Color Vision
Huge Iceberg Poised to Break Off Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier
Same-Sex Mice Parents Give Birth to Healthy Brood
Soyuz Rocket Fails, Forces Emergency Landing for U.S.–Russian Space Station Crew
Hundreds of Dietary Supplements Are Tainted with Prescription Drugs
Why Do People Kill Themselves?
Can a Low-Carb Diet Cure Reflux?
Life Advice: Don't Find Your Passion
A Very Personal Problem
Can the U.S. Get 1 Million People to Volunteer Their Genomes?
Strict Targets for Cholesterol, Blood Pressure, and More Don't Always Make Sense
How to Evacuate Cities before Dangerous HurricanesWith new risk maps, authorities hope to avoid mass exoduses and blocked exitsBy Leonardo Dueñas-Osorio, Devika Subramanian and Robert M. Stein

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15/10/2018 08:47:09 AM
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Rice 'safely conserved' in gene bank
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15/10/2018 08:46:41 AM
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