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Daily Telegraph
14/08/2022 08:54:35
Chinese-backed buyer of UK microchip plant made components found in Russian missiles
This IT ‘dinosaur’ is roaring back to life – investors must buy now before everyone else realises
Celebrities rebel against Instagram boss as he tries to match TikTok
IBM accuses start-up of stealing secret computer tech
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey calls for end to China’s Communist Party over zero-Covid policies
London must power up its post-Brexit tech boom
Chinese tech giant invests alongside CIA fund in British Army software
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
Revolut faces its moment of truth as fintech bubble threatens to burst
Millionaire Wise chief investigated over tax default
The phoney 'fintech revolution' is eating itself
Taxpayer-backed tech startup faces administration as investor writes off Ł79m stake
Taxpayer-backed events start-up Pollen hit with winding up petition
Taxpayer-backed start-up misses payday as firesale talks go to wire
Amazon warns of hiring slowdown after second consecutive loss
Facebook suffers first ever fall in revenues as advertising slows
Google profits slump as recession fears mount
Mark Zuckerberg branded 'creepy' by Facebook's own chatbot
DeepMind AI has unlocked the ‘protein universe’ – and it could help to cure Parkinson’s
Meet Morti, the mechanical dog that can teach itself how to walk
Duty of Care campaign
‘I turned my back on my film career to protect children online’
Tweaking the Online Safety Bill isn’t good enough. It needs a fundamental overhaul
Online sexual blackmail of primary school children surges since lockdown
How Pokémon Go went from viral sensation to serious competition
FIFA 23 hands-on preview: focus on women's football makes final FIFA game the most inclusive ever
For young classical composers, the peak of ambition is no longer the symphony – it’s the video game
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Scientific American
14/08/2022 08:54:21
PaleontologyLittle Pterosaur Could Have ‘Pole-Vaulted’ into Flight from the Water
PrivacyThe Robocalls Problem Is So Bad That the FCC Actually Did Something
Climate ChangeHow to Recognize Heat Illness and Stay Cool during Extreme Weather
MathematicsThe Elusive Origin of ZeroWho decided that nothing should be something?Shaharir bin Mohamad Zain and Frank Swetz | Opinion
PaleontologyLittle Pterosaur Could Have ‘Pole-Vaulted’ into Flight from the Water
PrivacyThe Robocalls Problem Is So Bad That the FCC Actually Did Something
Climate ChangeHow to Recognize Heat Illness and Stay Cool during Extreme Weather
Climate ChangeThe Arctic Is Warming Four Times Faster Than the Rest of the Planet
PolicyWhat Scientists Say about the Historic Climate Bill
Health CareTelehealth Is Key to Trans Health Care
NeuroscienceNewfound Brain Switch Labels Experiences as Good or Bad
DinosaursIf T. Rex’s Beady-Eyed Glare Terrifies You, It ShouldTop-predator dinosaurs of the Cretaceous may have traded big eyes for a bigger biteFionna M. D. Samuels
PsychologyWhy Thinking Hard Wears You OutConcentrating for long periods builds up chemicals that disrupt brain functioning.Diana Kwon
Hope for New Drugs Arises from the Sea
Ocean Discoveries Are Revising Long-Held Truths about Life
The Mystery of Milky Seas Is Finally Being Solved
High-Tech Seafloor Mapping Is Finding Surprising Structures Everywhere
Discoveries from the Deep
U.S. Monkeypox Response Has Been Woefully Inadequate, Experts Say
We Can’t Let Monkeypox Turn into a Repeat of COVID
6 Questions about Monkeypox Vaccines

BBC
14/08/2022 08:54:37
Drought highlights dangers for electricity supply
The science of drought explained in pictures
'Every day it doesn't rain, the pressure mounts'
Climate scientists chase Arctic storms
Wildlife under stress as dry spell shrinks rivers
Science breakthrough for food eco-labelling
US Senate passes sweeping $700bn economic package
The science of drought explained in pictures
'Every day it doesn't rain, the pressure mounts'
Climate scientists chase Arctic storms
Wildlife under stress as dry spell shrinks rivers
Science breakthrough for food eco-labelling
US Senate passes sweeping $700bn economic package
Why has a drought been declared in England?
The art of cutting carbon - how new technologies can help
How to talk to a climate change denier
Can hydrogen ease Germany's need for Russian gas?
Meet the people fighting climate doomism
UK Mars rover will have to aim for the Moon
James Webb telescope pushes deeper back in time
Eutelsat and OneWeb aim to combine operations
Russia to pull out of International Space Station
Nasa space telescope delivers spectacular pictures
Pulling energy out of the sky
Tonnes of fish found dead in German-Polish river
Evacuated twice in a summer as France's fires burn
Climate activists fill golf holes with cement
Heavy winds cause havoc at Spanish festival
Two-day warning of rain and storms after heatwave
Charity granted long-term lease of Manx woodland
Drones used to police illegal water abstraction
Dry spell forces 'unprecedented steps' by farmers
New natural history museum opens in city
As it happened: Parts of England to reach 35C as heatwave continues
From the archive: Wales' drought of 1984
'Extraordinary' sighting of gull in Britain
Drought highlights dangers for electricity supply
Five common myths about heatwaves debunked
Sunsets, a supermoon and a meteor shower
Drought declared across large parts of England

New Scientist

14/08/2022 08:54:20
Ignition confirmed in a nuclear fusion experiment for the first time
Cornea made from pig collagen gives people who were blind 20/20 vision
How to spot the 2022 Perseid meteor shower that will peak on Saturday
The power of quiet: The mental and physical health benefits of silence
Half of Buenos Aires’s methane emissions may come from one landfill
Quantum computer made of 6 super-sized atoms could imitate the brain
Five Days at Memorial review: The hospital hit by Hurricane Katrina
Saiga antelopes have increased 10-fold after mass die-off in 2015
Physicists work out how many moons Earth could have
Monkeys in Bali use stones as sex toys to fill their leisure time
Watch sea sponges 'sneeze' to remove pollutants, in time-lapse video
Are these spiders dreaming? REM-like sleep exhibited in arachnids
Material that changes colour as it stretches could be used in bandages
James Lovelock says artificial intelligence is the start of new life
How lab-grown 'mini-brains' could help prevent motor neurone disease
Saiga antelopes have increased 10-fold after mass die-off in 2015
Ants are under attack from outsiders in these intimate photos
Covid-19 vaccines in pregnancy not linked to miscarriage or stillbirth
Losing parts of our voice box may have helped humans evolve to speak
Cornea made from pig collagen gives people who were blind 20/20 vision

14/08/2022 08:54:35
Ignition confirmed in a nuclear fusion experiment for the first time
Cornea made from pig collagen gives people who were blind 20/20 vision
How to spot the 2022 Perseid meteor shower that will peak on Saturday
The power of quiet: The mental and physical health benefits of silence
Half of Buenos Aires’s methane emissions may come from one landfill
Quantum computer made of 6 super-sized atoms could imitate the brain
Five Days at Memorial review: The hospital hit by Hurricane Katrina
Saiga antelopes have increased 10-fold after mass die-off in 2015
Physicists work out how many moons Earth could have
Monkeys in Bali use stones as sex toys to fill their leisure time
Watch sea sponges 'sneeze' to remove pollutants, in time-lapse video
Are these spiders dreaming? REM-like sleep exhibited in arachnids
Material that changes colour as it stretches could be used in bandages
James Lovelock says artificial intelligence is the start of new life
How lab-grown 'mini-brains' could help prevent motor neurone disease
Saiga antelopes have increased 10-fold after mass die-off in 2015
Ants are under attack from outsiders in these intimate photos
Covid-19 vaccines in pregnancy not linked to miscarriage or stillbirth
Losing parts of our voice box may have helped humans evolve to speak
Cornea made from pig collagen gives people who were blind 20/20 vision


Nature
14/08/2022 08:54:23
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