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Daily Telegraph
02/02/2023 05:20:07 PM
Former Twitter staff accuse Elon Musk of 'sham' redundancy
Apple follows Mark Zuckerberg into the metaverse with plan to launch VR headset
Electric car battery maker Britishvolt in sale talks
Oxford start-up wins backing in race to make Britain a quantum computing champion
Taxpayer-backed satellite champion shuts Alaska site amid battle with Elon Musk
Dozens of traders at London crypto fund became millionaires before market collapsed
Russian cyberattacks on Ukraine halved with help from Amazon and Microsoft
Inflation will burst this tech bubble – and good riddance to its New Age cranks
Apple iPad Pro 2021 review: stuck in the Mac’s shadow
Electric car revolution risks mountain of toxic battery waste
Elon Musk fights to rid rural Britain of sluggish broadband in battle with BT
Tech Hot 100: How Britain's tech start-ups are being powered by global talent
Tech Hot 100: Time to make diversity pay
Tech Hot 100: Britain should cheer on its billion pound start-up crowd
Tech Hot 100: Winners and losers from the year of Covid
Coming to a headset near you, a chance to walk among ‘ghosts’
ByHarry de Quetteville
The European start-ups gunning for Elon Musk's electric car crown
Meet the cyber mercenaries – and the activists trying to stop them
Oxford seeks to keep pace in hunt for game-changing vaccine
Meet the tech entrepreneur who believes he can defuse the NHS's Covid timebomb
ByHarry de Quetteville
How two brothers from rural Ireland built a $115bn payments giant
The British genetics boss on the frontline of the coronavirus epidemic
ByHarry de Quetteville
‘All drugs will be designed by computers by 2030’
ByHarry de Quetteville
Tony Blair’s son on his mission to dismantle his father’s education goals
ByHarry de Quetteville
The cull of puffed-up tech unicorns has only just begun
Klarna boss warns against crackdown on tech in wake of FTX collapse
Revolut boss renounces Russian citizenship as his father is sanctioned by Ukraine
Oxford start-up wins backing in race to make Britain a quantum computing champion
Five reasons to be optimistic about Britain’s economy in 2023
Checkout.com valuation slashed to $11bn
Apple follows Mark Zuckerberg into the metaverse with plan to launch VR headset
Brussels trashes Ireland’s economic model with meddling on Big Tech
Why only the return of Jeff Bezos can reverse Amazon’s decline
Microsoft building Alexa-style search engine to challenge Google
The battle of man vs machine has an obvious winner (and it's not us)
Schools could get official chatbot guidance to stop pupils cheating
Duty of Care campaign
Nearly 40 Tory MPs join growing backbench revolt over online safety law
Keep children safe from harmful content or face jail, social media bosses told
Make Big Tech managers personally liable for child safety breaches
The Callisto Protocol review: schlocky sci-fi horror is both clumsy and compelling
Elden Ring, God of War and more: the best video games of 2022
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet review: colourful but confusing creature catching
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Scientific American
02/02/2023 05:19:53 PM
BehaviorRising Physical Pain Is Linked to More ‘Deaths of Despair’
SociologyNew Apps Aim to Douse the Social Media Dumpster Fire
Climate ChangeThe Right Words Are Crucial to Solving Climate Change
BehaviorRising Physical Pain Is Linked to More ‘Deaths of Despair’
SociologyNew Apps Aim to Douse the Social Media Dumpster Fire
Climate ChangeThe Right Words Are Crucial to Solving Climate Change
AnimalsMammals That Live Together Live Longer
Extraterrestrial LifeWill an AI Be the First to Discover Alien Life?
EcologyA 'De-Extinction' Company Wants to Bring Back the Dodo
Climate ChangeAI Predicts Warming Will Surpass 1.5 C in a Decade
AstronomyLight Pollution Is Dimming Our View of the Sky, and It’s Getting Worse
Monogamous Prairie Voles Reveal the Neurobiology of Love
Acting Out Dreams Predicts Parkinson's and Other Brain Diseases
The Search for Extraterrestrial Life as We Don't Know It
The Right Words Are Crucial to Solving Climate Change
Solving Cement's Massive Carbon Problem
Science Still Doesn’t Understand How Our Sex Affects Our Health
How Medicine's Fixation on the Sex Binary Harms Intersex People

BBC
02/02/2023 05:20:09 PM
Newly discovered green comet comes close to Earth
Government has 'overpromised' land for food and nature
Everyone to live near green space or water - plan
Green projects are boosting UK growth - CBI report
Commercial satellite will see CO2 super-emitters
Mars rover Perseverance completes rock depot
Video 52 secondsAnother whale mysteriously washes ashore in US
Government has 'overpromised' land for food and nature
Everyone to live near green space or water - plan
Green projects are boosting UK growth - CBI report
Commercial satellite will see CO2 super-emitters
Mars rover Perseverance completes rock depot
Video 52 secondsAnother whale mysteriously washes ashore in US
Video 3 minutes 14 secondsThe man who first discovered plastic in the ocean
How do El Niño and La Niña change the weather?
Can robots stop billions of litres of water leaks?
Can we set aside a third of our planet for nature?
What was agreed at COP27?
Clouds part to reveal colossal Antarctic iceberg
Webb telescope hunts life's icy chemical origins
Mission to Jupiter's icy moons ready for lift-off
Webb telescope reveals theatrics of starbirth
Newly discovered green comet comes close to Earth
Government has 'overpromised' land for food and nature
The trucks ditching diesel and drivers
UK pays more for electricity than it costs to make
Flood-hit Auckland suffers more heavy rain
Miss this comet and you'll have to wait 50,000 years
Inquiry starts into green space development
Commercial satellite will see CO2 super-emitters
Climate group warns of coastal erosion cost
British Library £500m 12-storey extension approved
Fly-tippers strike more than 1m times in year
Council trials booking system at recycling centres
Owner fined $90k after parrot injures doctor
No criminality found in eagle death investigation
Seven-day marathon attempt begins for disabled man
Everyone to live near green space or water - plan
Residents raise over £100K to save ancient woodland
Reform UK calls for water firms to be under British control

New Scientist

02/02/2023 05:19:53 PM
How to tell if your immune system is weak or strong
Neanderthals hunted enormous elephants that fed 100 people for a month
DeepMind AI is as fast as humans at solving previously unseen tasks
How genetically engineered immune cells are beating some cancers
Putting solar panels in grazing fields is good for sheep
Antidepressants mostly can't treat chronic pain, despite wide use
Vikings brought horses and dogs to England, cremated bones confirm
Neanderthals hunted enormous elephants that fed 100 people for a month
Tweets reveal hardware stores cause disgust but motels bring joy
How genetically engineered immune cells are beating some cancers
The future of food: How to farm insects for a growing population
Livestream: First satellite launch from the UK
The scientific guide to a better Christmas dinner
Porvenir massacre: Did US army have larger role in 1918 killings?
Watch Orion capsule splash down as NASA’s Artemis I mission ends
Antidepressants mostly can't treat chronic pain, despite wide use
Neanderthals hunted enormous elephants that fed 100 people for a month
Tweets reveal hardware stores cause disgust but motels bring joy
Ancient Egyptians used exotic oils from distant lands to make mummies
Rare green comet C/2022 E3 is about to make its closest pass by Earth
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02/02/2023 05:20:07 PM
How to tell if your immune system is weak or strong
DeepMind AI is as fast as humans at solving previously unseen tasks
Trilobites used trident-like horns to fight over mates like stags
The covid-19 virus gets into the brain – what does it do there?
Only eating between 7am and 3pm helps people with obesity lose weight
Doubling trees in European cities could prevent thousands of deaths
How to tell if your immune system is weak or strong
San Francisco is getting cold feet about self-driving car tests
How the immune system changes with age and why
What effect did lockdown have on your child’s immune system?
The future of food: How to farm insects for a growing population
Livestream: First satellite launch from the UK
The scientific guide to a better Christmas dinner
Porvenir massacre: Did US army have larger role in 1918 killings?
Watch Orion capsule splash down as NASA’s Artemis I mission ends
Doubling trees in European cities could prevent thousands of deaths
San Francisco is getting cold feet about self-driving car tests
Galaxy clusters are smashing together to form 'flaming cosmic narwhal'
US proposes to ease blood donor restrictions on gay and bisexual men
Dolphins that help humans catch fish are more likely to survive
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02/02/2023 05:19:56 PM
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