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Silicon wars: How AI has sparked a chips arms race between Amazon and Google
JP Morgan creates first US-bank backed cryptocurrency
Six things you'd go without if Britain shut off its internet to the world
Apple to resume iPhone sales in Germany after conceding to Qualcomm
Silicon wars: How AI has sparked a chips arms race between Amazon and Google
Amazon cancels plans for $2.5bn New York headquarters
JP Morgan creates first US-bank backed cryptocurrency
Six things you'd go without if Britain shut off its internet to the world
Apple to resume iPhone sales in Germany after conceding to Qualcomm
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NASA declares Mars rover Opportunity dead after 15 years on the red planet
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Scientific American
16/02/2019 05:46:34 AM
Monster Magnetar Pinpointed as Trigger of Ultrabright Stellar Detonation
Why Do the Northern and Southern Lights Differ?
Monster Magnetar Pinpointed as Trigger of Ultrabright Stellar Detonation
Why Do the Northern and Southern Lights Differ?
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Arctic Lakes Might Emit Less Carbon Than Suspected
Lost Opportunity: After a 15-Year Odyssey, NASA's Trailblazing Mars Rover Approaches Its End
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Opportunity lost: NASA says goodbye to pioneering Mars rover Final attempt to contact elderly robot fails, ending its 15-year mission to explore the red planet.
Human cells reprogrammed to create insulin Pancreatic cells that don’t normally produce insulin can be modified to do so, and to help control blood sugar levels in diabetic mice.
Biological sex shapes tumour evolution across cancer types Whether a person is genetically male or female can influence the kinds of cancer-causing mutations they have.
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