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Daily Telegraph
28/05/2022 18:54:31
Elon Musk sued by Twitter investors for ‘driving down takeover price’
Google ad dominance threatened by third investigation
Inflation crisis will give tech titans even more power
Twitter board in chaos as Musk ally ousted
Government to intervene in Chinese bid for chip giant
Tired of chores? Dyson robots could soon give you a hand
Michael Dell in line for $20bn if chipmaker Broadcom buys VMware
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
Trump adviser plots to buy Durham-based Atom Bank
Klarna purchases will now affect customers’ credit scores
Taxpayer-backed tech tycoon charged with sex assault
UK stock market rules torn up to woo science stars of future
US tech plunge spells end for Britain’s own Zoom boom
BBC to invest in tech start-ups to counter licence fee threat
Inflation crisis will give tech titans even more power
Big Tech isn’t patriotic, it’s amoral and cynical
This unsettling satire captures our addiction to technology
Wish you’d seen rock’s golden oldies in their prime? Thanks to the ABBAtars, you could
Tech firm used by Met and MoD forced to delete billions of Facebook photos
Wave goodbye to cards at the checkouts that let you pay with a smile
Duty of Care campaign
Trolls, abusers and strangers: who your six-year-old could be talking to online
Social media firm becomes first to use battery of tests to ban under-age children
Online learning tool harvested pupils’ data during pandemic
The end of the EA-Fifa partnership is a fork in the road for football games
Nintendo Switch Sports review: thin but fun return of motion-controlled mayhem
Kirby And The Forgotten Land review: adorably apocalyptic
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Scientific American
28/05/2022 18:54:17
MedicineAntifatness in the Surgical Setting
ArtsThis New Album Makes Beautiful Music out of Gravity, the Elements and Photosynthesis
Public HealthWhat We Know about Mass School Shootings—and Shooters—in the U.S.
CultureThe Science Is Clear: Gun Control Saves LivesBy enacting simple laws that make guns safer and harder to get, we can prevent killings like the ones in Uvalde and BuffaloThe Editors | Opinion
MedicineAntifatness in the Surgical Setting
ArtsThis New Album Makes Beautiful Music out of Gravity, the Elements and Photosynthesis
Public HealthWhat We Know about Mass School Shootings—and Shooters—in the U.S.
PollutionU.S. Emissions Rise 4 Percent as Drivers Log a Record Number of Miles
EpidemiologyLong COVID Risk Falls Only Slightly after Vaccination
ArtsInside an Arctic Expedition, Natural History of Fragrance, Essays on Places in Peril, and More
MicrobiologyKitchen Sponges Help Breed Bacteria Better
PolicyKeeping a Business Safe without a Mask Mandate Requires a Nuanced Approach
EpidemiologyWhat Is Monkeypox, the Virus Infecting People in the U.S. and Europe?A microbiologist explains what is known about this smallpox cousinRodney E. Rohde and The Conversation US
Public HealthHow Accurate Are Rapid COVID Tests?Two testing experts explain the latest data on how well the assays performNathaniel Hafer, Apurv Soni and The Conversation US
CultureThe Science Is Clear: Gun Control Saves LivesBy enacting simple laws that make guns safer and harder to get, we can prevent killings like the ones in Uvalde and BuffaloThe Editors | Opinion
EpidemiologyThis Tick Can Make You Allergic to Meat, and It’s SpreadingWork on genetically modified pigs might provide a solution to the strange illnessSara Goudarzi
U.S. Kids Are Falling behind Global Competition, but Brain Science Shows How to Catch Up
How the Brain 'Constructs' the Outside World
How Mammals Conquered the World after the Asteroid Apocalypse
Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts Are Finally Coming into Focus
Abortion Rights Are Good Health and Good Science
Overturning Roe v. Wade Could Have Devastating Health and Financial Impacts, Landmark Study Showed
What the Supreme Court Should Know about Abortion Care
How Medication Abortion with RU-486/Mifepristone Works
Lost Women of Science: Season 2A new podcast series that promotes the remarkable stories of the forgotten women of scienceBy Katie Hafner and The Lost Women of Science Initiative

BBC
28/05/2022 18:54:33
Ancient DNA reveals secrets of Pompeii victims
The butterflies we may never see again
Reduce demolitions to limit climate change - MPs
Video 1 minute 1 secondWatch 3D microbot that’s smaller than a flea
Government sends gene-edited food bill to Parliament
Immense crater hole created in Tonga volcano
Why some farmers are turning away from the Tories
The butterflies we may never see again
Reduce demolitions to limit climate change - MPs
Video 1 minute 1 secondWatch 3D microbot that’s smaller than a flea
Government sends gene-edited food bill to Parliament
Immense crater hole created in Tonga volcano
Why some farmers are turning away from the Tories
Can hydrogen ease Germany's need for Russian gas?
Meet the people fighting climate doomism
HSBC suspends banker over 'nut job' climate speech
'Fifty-fifty chance' global warming tops 1.5C soon
Airlines miss all but one climate target - report
Nasa's 'Marsquake' mission in its last months
First picture of monster black hole in our galaxy
Nasa rover begins key drive to find life on Mars
Scottish spaceport's prototype rocket unveiled
James Webb Space Telescope in final stretch
Jubilee fund to help revamp English village halls
The man turning mud into eco-friendly 'concrete'
Mayor flies 9,200 miles for TED talk on climate
Monkeypox patients should avoid pet contact
Twelve newborn konik ponies boost nature reserve
Electric car rapid charging costs soar, says RAC
Coral may find new northerly habitats, study finds
Could an island's secrets help fight climate change?
Soaring fertiliser prices force farmers to rethink
Off-grid life on an island nature reserve
Ex-head of Louvre charged in art trafficking case
Parrot missing after firefighter attempts rescue
How graphene and algae could build space habitats
Ancient DNA reveals secrets of Pompeii victims
Two arrested after wild bird eggs destroyed
Council defends beach after pollution warning
Households to get hundreds off energy bills

New Scientist

28/05/2022 18:54:16
Polar bears caught feeding on a whale carcass in breathtaking photos
An ancient Roman who died in Pompeii has had their genome sequenced
7 things to do to avoid dementia even if you have high genetic risk
Computer powered by colony of blue-green algae has run for six months
Will AI text-to-image generators put illustrators out of a job?
AI beats a thousand of the world's best human crossword solvers
Robot that climbs through gut without losing grip could deliver drugs
NASA awards $2 million to advance rainbow-coloured solar sail project
Scientists made a new kind of molecule bigger than some bacteria
Which US laws have been shown to cut gun violence and mass shootings?
Doctor Who Worlds of Wonder: The science behind the sci-fi
Pasta-shaped robot navigates mazes and rough terrain
Salamanders in a wind tunnel float in a skydiver position
George Monbiot: Farming is the most destructive human activity ever
Dolphins queue up to rub against corals with antibacterial properties
Robot that climbs through gut without losing grip could deliver drugs
NASA awards $2 million to advance rainbow-coloured solar sail project
Which US laws have been shown to cut gun violence and mass shootings?
Proteins in human bones near Pompeii survived temperatures of 500°C
Polar bears caught feeding on a whale carcass in breathtaking photos

28/05/2022 18:54:31
Polar bears caught feeding on a whale carcass in breathtaking photos
An ancient Roman who died in Pompeii has had their genome sequenced
7 things to do to avoid dementia even if you have high genetic risk
Computer powered by colony of blue-green algae has run for six months
Will AI text-to-image generators put illustrators out of a job?
NASA awards $2 million to advance rainbow-coloured solar sail project
Scientists made a new kind of molecule bigger than some bacteria
Which US laws have been shown to cut gun violence and mass shootings?
Plague never went away – now it could re-emerge in drug-resistant form
The Black Death: How many people really died of plague in Europe?
Doctor Who Worlds of Wonder: The science behind the sci-fi
Pasta-shaped robot navigates mazes and rough terrain
Salamanders in a wind tunnel float in a skydiver position
George Monbiot: Farming is the most destructive human activity ever
Dolphins queue up to rub against corals with antibacterial properties
NASA awards $2 million to advance rainbow-coloured solar sail project
Which US laws have been shown to cut gun violence and mass shootings?
Proteins in human bones near Pompeii survived temperatures of 500°C
Polar bears caught feeding on a whale carcass in breathtaking photos
Doctor Who Worlds of Wonder: The science behind the sci-fi


Nature
28/05/2022 18:54:19
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