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Climate Change

Scientists believe that swarms of moths may tell us something about climate change. A massive sample of moth scales, preserved in the mud of a lake in Quebec,..
4 hours ago • MailOnline

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Schools / Students

A school in China has started a new course to teach its students how to play video games as a future profession. The three-year 'eSports and Management' course..
16 hours ago • MailOnline

Michael Gove

The environment secretary suggests outlawing plastic straws could be easier after Brexit.
18 hours ago • BBC News

Galaxy S

The Korean smartphone giant, Sony and Nokia will be among the tech giants revealing new, high-end smartphones when Mobile World Congress (MWC)  kicks off in..
3 hours ago • MailOnline

Signal

Billions of people still have no access to mobile services, but nano-satellites could change this.
18 hours ago • BBC News

Unknown

A $1.2 billion global cooperative wants to hunt down the nearly 1.6 million unknown viruses on Earth in the hopes of stopping the next global..
7 hours ago • Futurism

AirPods

The Cupertino-based firm is working on improving its popular wireless headphones with a new W2 chip to enable hands-free Siri.
15 hours ago • MailOnline

Health Care

The world of health care is changing rapidly and there is increased interest in the role that light and lighting can play in improving health outcomes for..
14 hours ago • Science Daily


Vaccination

Scientists simulated real-world social networks to assess the best strategies for halting epidemics.
10 hours ago • Science Daily


Bengaluru

The Heli-Cab service will take you from Bengaluru airport to Electronic City in 15 minutes
17 hours ago • DNA


Measles

Outbreaks across the continent infected 21,000 and killed at least 35 people. Now governments are moving to make vaccinations mandatory.
18 hours ago • NYTimes.com

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