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Intel discovers new chip security vulnerability 
Exceptionally hot weather predicted until 2022 according to new study
Tinder co-founders sue their former company for $2bn 
Tesla forms committee to consider Musk’s proposal of going private 
Alzheimer's Disease
The terrifying Cold War roots of space weapons - and why Donald Trump's message is 'vital'
Meet Jenk Oz, the UK's youngest chief executive building an online empire in the summer holidays
Comment: If we don't tax online behemoths such as Amazon fairly, our high streets will vanish
Comment: Social media is like poison to reasoned debate
Intel discovers new chip security vulnerability 
Tinder co-founders sue their former company for $2bn 
Tesla forms committee to consider Musk’s proposal of going private 
'Addictive' Facebook Messenger Kids app lets children as young as 6 add their own friends
Video streaming star reveals why he won't play with female gamers
Nine Google ranking factors you can’t ignore in 2018
Gallery: Inside the world’s longest aircraft that could soon take tourists on the trip of a lifetime
Gallery: 25 photos you won't believe were taken on an iPhone
Gallery: Flying cars: The best and worst designs for the future of transport 
Exceptionally hot weather predicted until 2022 according to new study
One in 20 suicides may be triggered by a brain injury, study suggests
Sleep deprivation fuels loneliness because tired people are socially repellent, say scientists  
Tree rings date Henry VIII portrait to 1525...the year he became obsessed with Anne Boleyn  
Low-riding buggies worsen babies' pollution risk, experts warn
Complete list of every full moon in 2018, including August's Sturgeon Moon
Mountain hare numbers on Scottish grouse moors 'down to less than one per cent of 1950s total'
Comment: If humans keep flooding Earth with our waste, she may soon take her revenge
Stacks of fun and a calming hobby - or a blot on the beachscape?
Why the threat of a Corbyn government is boosting the market for huge country estates
Four ways to take the friction out of business
The truth about data
Sustainable energy and investor returns
Is the UK waking up to digital transformation and tech’s potential?
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Scientific American
15/08/2018 11:46:36 PM
Earth Has a Hidden Plastic Problem--Scientists Are Hunting It Down
Record-Breaking Signal May Help Solve the Mystery of Fast Radio Bursts
Serotonin Revived as a Possible Target for Autism Treatments
Men Who Advocate for Others in the Workplace Face Backlash
Earth Has a Hidden Plastic Problem--Scientists Are Hunting It Down
Record-Breaking Signal May Help Solve the Mystery of Fast Radio Bursts
Serotonin Revived as a Possible Target for Autism Treatments
Meteorites May Have Created Some of Earth's Oldest Rocks
Warming Is Worsening Wildfires, but Not Everywhere or Every Time
Tiny Worms Survive Forces 400,000 Times Stronger Than Gravity on Earth
Women Die More from Heart Attacks Than Men—Unless the ER Doc Is Female
How to Recover from Romantic Heartbreak
Is Your Gut Making You Depressed or Anxious?
End of the Rainbow? New Map Scale Is More Readable by People Who Are Color Blind
New Ebola Outbreak Declared in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Why Does Ebola Keep Showing Up in the Democratic Republic of the Congo?
Everything You Need to Know about the Ebola Vaccine
How Ebola Vaccines Have Helped to Usher In a New Era in the Outbreak Response
Surrendering to Rising SeasCoastal communities struggling to adapt to climate change are beginning to do what was once unthinkable: retreatBy Jen Schwartz

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There is no evidence that the weedkiller glyphosate causes cancer
US police testing AI that learns to spot crimes in CCTV footage
Google tracks your location even if you switch off location tracking
DeepMind's AI can spot eye disease just as well as top doctors
Why allergies aren’t nuts at all
Google just made it much harder to build a serious quantum computer
Ancient natural nuclear reactors show how to store radioactive waste
We've identified the brain cells that let you control urination
Asteroid strike may have forged the oldest rocks ever found on Earth
Orca who carried her dead infant is not alone - many animals grieve
Extreme weather finally brings home the reality of climate change
Gluten-sensitive? It may actually be a carb making you ill
New Zealand becomes the latest country to ban plastic bags
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Nature
15/08/2018 11:46:52 PM
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G?ene-silencing technology gets first drug approval after 20-year wait RNA-interference therapies were once left for dead but now the US Food and Drug Administration has approved patisiran.
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