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Daily Telegraph
22/05/2018 11:47:25 PM
'Alien' asteroid discovered orbiting the wrong way near Jupiter 
What Germany's struggling 'Facebook Law' tells us about regulating social media
Google sued for £3.2bn by 4.4m iPhone users over browsing data collection
Ultra-clean homes could trigger childhood leukaemia, major review suggests 
What Germany's struggling 'Facebook Law' tells us about regulating social media
Comment: Why British tech needs its own 'PayPal Mafia' 
Apple pushed to add 'digital wellness' features to iPhones
Comment: Cyber subversives beware: the battle for our democracy starts here
What Germany's struggling 'Facebook Law' tells us about regulating social media
Google sued for £3.2bn by 4.4m iPhone users over browsing data collection
Nokia smartphone maker HMD raises $100m
Mark Zuckerberg agrees to public hearing after EU backlash
Teen phone tracking app leaked thousands of user details from unprotected servers 
OnePlus 6 review: The best value handset that's just short of perfect
Gallery: The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018: All the gardens, in pictures
'Alien' asteroid discovered orbiting the wrong way near Jupiter 
Ultra-clean homes could trigger childhood leukaemia, major review suggests 
Glaucoma test on horizon to prevent most common cause of blindness 
Frailty is not inevitable in old age for those with a healthy heart, scientists find
Removing shoes when entering the house could help people stay slim, scientists claim
Gastro-trickery: how optical illusions could fool our minds and our taste buds
Police officer delivers baby deer by C-section after mother hit by car
Gallery: The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018: All the gardens, in pictures
Dramatic rise in deer numbers puts livelihood of Italian mountain farmers at risk
Cougar kills mountain biker and wounds another in Washington state


Scientific American
25/05/2018 06:46:31 AM
Intelligent to a Fault: When AI Screws Up, You Might Still Be to Blame
Brain Scans May Predict Optimal Mental Health Treatments
Science Mourns Stephen Hawking's Death
Babies Can Think Logically before They Learn to Talk
Intelligent to a Fault: When AI Screws Up, You Might Still Be to Blame
Brain Scans May Predict Optimal Mental Health Treatments
Science Mourns Stephen Hawking's Death
Stephen Hawking as Accidental Ambassador for Assistive Technologies
Climate Change Goes Firmly in the "Loss" Column for Insurers
Scientists Mourn Stephen Hawking's Death
You Are Here: Earth Shines in Image from Kepler Spacecraft
Does the Adult Brain Really Grow New Neurons?
A "Pit Bull" for Climate Could Soon Sit Next to Trump
The Women Who Made the Internet and Other Stories
World's Heaviest Bony Fish Was Misidentified
New Evidence Fuels Debate over the Origin of Modern Languages
Child's Play: Learning Like Infants May Boost Artificial Intelligence
Is Daylight Saving Time Good or Bad for You?

BBC
25/05/2018 06:47:15 AM
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Giant canyons discovered in Antarctica
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Full article Giant canyons discovered in Antarctica
How birds survived asteroid strike
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How birds got their beaks
Seed clue to how birds outlived dinosaurs
Full article How birds survived asteroid strike
Dealer tactics stall electric car sales
Science & Environment
Full article Dealer tactics stall electric car sales
UK wants £1bn Galileo costs back from EU
Full article UK wants £1bn Galileo costs back from EU

New Scientist
25/05/2018 06:47:12 AM
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Band-aid made of youthful protein stops wounds from scarring
Jupiter’s Great Red Spot keeps getting less great and less red
8 hilarious ways AI has outsmarted us to get the job done
AI has spotted nearly 7000 undiscovered craters on the moon
Hawking's global warnings divided opinion but the world listened
Lab-grown pet food promises a wholesome vegan lifestyle for dogs
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Nature
25/05/2018 06:46:53 AM
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