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Daily Telegraph
17/06/2019 10:09:52 AM
Facebook gets removed from S&P list of ethical companies after data scandals
From Twitter to Telegram: how tech has been used to organise and disrupt protests
Watch Dogs Legion: Ubisoft defends video game set in dystopian post-Brexit Britain
League of Legends' developer ordered to hand over gender pay data amid sexism claims 
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From Twitter to Telegram: how tech has been used to organise and disrupt protests
Watch Dogs Legion: Ubisoft defends video game set in dystopian post-Brexit Britain
China has targeted 'every top US company', says CrowdStrike chief
How Monzo and Revolut plan to take on Goldman Sachs and the US banking giants
Facebook gets removed from S&P list of ethical companies after data scandals
From Twitter to Telegram: how tech has been used to organise and disrupt protests
Watch Dogs Legion: Ubisoft defends video game set in dystopian post-Brexit Britain
League of Legends' developer ordered to hand over gender pay data amid sexism claims 
China has targeted 'every top US company', says CrowdStrike chief
"We want 5 billion players" - Ubisoft's Alain Corre on next-gen gaming, politics and Google Stadia
Gallery: Can't see the wood for trees? Our pick of the best arboreal drives to celebrate 100 years of the Forestry Commission 
Gallery: Uber reveals the inside of its flying car cabins as it prepares to begin tests next year
Gallery: The best features coming to iOS 13
Nature is good for your health - but only if it's two hours or more a week, scientists say
Zebra stripes work as an elaborate cooling system 
'Net Zero 'pledge could require tax on meat, flights and fuel...but each person could get £300 dividend 
Fish separated from their mate pine for each other and become pessimistic 
Average person swallows plastic equivalent to a credit card every week, report finds
Why we might have to thank the Romans for Pinot Noir and Syrah
Duckweed: why the bane of pond owners is set to become a superfood
Three gardens to visit this weekend
Gallery: Can't see the wood for trees? Our pick of the best arboreal drives to celebrate 100 years of the Forestry Commission 
What the 2050 zero carbon emissions target means for energy generation, transport and agriculture
The Samsung Galaxy S10’s best new features and where to get it
Transforming the food system to feed tomorrow’s world
How well do SMEs budget for technology?
A new green revolution can fix our relationship with the Earth by 2030
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Scientific American
17/06/2019 10:09:14 AM
Water on Europa--with a Pinch of Salt
Watch a Raging Forest Fire Surround You in 360 Degrees
Are People with ADHD More Creative?
Ecological Detectives Hunt for San Francisco's Vanished Waterways
Water on Europa--with a Pinch of Salt
Watch a Raging Forest Fire Surround You in 360 Degrees
Are People with ADHD More Creative?
The Bitter Truth: Scientists Sequence the Almond Genome
Hopes for Cutting Carbon Do Not Yet Match Reality
Are People with ADHD More Creative?
Water on Europa--with a Pinch of Salt
Earth Has a Hidden Plastic Problem—Scientists Are Hunting It Down
From Fish to Humans, A Microplastic Invasion May Be Taking a Toll
Solving Microplastic Pollution Means Reducing, Recycling—and Fundamental Rethinking
Mosquitoes Could Carry Plastic Particles into the Food Chain

BBC
17/06/2019 10:10:05 AM
Earliest evidence of cannabis use
The snail that 'came back from the dead'
Greenland map captures Arctic in fine detail
Scotland's crannogs older than Stonehenge
Nasa renames street after 'Hidden Figures'
Greenpeace rig protest brought to end
UK commits to 'net zero' emissions by 2050
The snail that 'came back from the dead'
Greenland map captures Arctic in fine detail
Scotland's crannogs older than Stonehenge
Nasa renames street after 'Hidden Figures'
Greenpeace rig protest brought to end
UK commits to 'net zero' emissions by 2050
Why is so much of the US under water?
The man who saved millions from starvation
How to design a superfast car... in the real world
The fight to save Mumbai's last 'green lung'
Video 44 secondsRusty the baby owl learns to fly
Video 5 minutes 3 secondsWhat's killing Yosemite's trees?
Video 1 minute 22 secondsBaby elephant takes first wobbly steps
Video 1 minute 50 secondsHow an electric car can make money
Video 2 minutes 36 secondsHow plastic bottles are paying for school
The super-tough drones and robots going where we can't
Children use AI to try to survive Mars
Rare sperm whale washes up on beach
Why US looks to UK for wind power help
Tree-mendous effort sees planting target met
Fox cub gets head stuck in mayonnaise jar
anti-fracking protests while claiming disability payments
Volunteers needed for 'ambitious' dig
Scotland's crannogs older than Stonehenge
Why you can trust BBC News

New Scientist

17/06/2019 10:09:13 AM
Cause of polycystic ovary syndrome discovered at last
A drug may prevent Alzheimer’s but there are no plans to find out
Mystery hominin had sex with ancestors of Neanderthals and Denisovans
Artificial Scottish islands are thousands of years older than thought
Tombs in China reveal humans were smoking cannabis 2500 years ago
More than half of all Ebola outbreaks are going undetected
Gut microbes interfere with Parkinson's drug - but we could stop them
Ethnic minority children are exposed to more noise pollution at school
Two hours a week spent outdoors in nature linked with better health
Mission to Mars: The complete guide to getting to the Red Planet
Mixed reality in military aircraft of the future
How the young can rejuvenate the old
Skeletons: the frame of life
The delightful and dangerous world of liquids
Exploring the solar system
More than half of all Ebola outbreaks are going undetected
Gut microbes interfere with Parkinson's drug - but we could stop them
Two hours a week spent outdoors in nature linked with better health
Europa’s salty surface may indicate an ocean that’s good for life
Tombs in China reveal humans were smoking cannabis 2500 years ago

17/06/2019 10:09:52 AM
Cause of polycystic ovary syndrome discovered at last
A drug may prevent Alzheimer’s but there are no plans to find out
Mystery hominin had sex with ancestors of Neanderthals and Denisovans
Artificial Scottish islands are thousands of years older than thought
Tombs in China reveal humans were smoking cannabis 2500 years ago
More than half of all Ebola outbreaks are going undetected
Gut microbes interfere with Parkinson's drug - but we could stop them
Ethnic minority children are exposed to more noise pollution at school
Two hours a week spent outdoors in nature linked with better health
Mission to Mars: The complete guide to getting to the Red Planet
Mixed reality in military aircraft of the future
How the young can rejuvenate the old
Skeletons: the frame of life
The delightful and dangerous world of liquids
Exploring the solar system
More than half of all Ebola outbreaks are going undetected
Gut microbes interfere with Parkinson's drug - but we could stop them
Two hours a week spent outdoors in nature linked with better health
Europa’s salty surface may indicate an ocean that’s good for life
Tombs in China reveal humans were smoking cannabis 2500 years ago


Nature
17/06/2019 10:09:27 AM
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