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Police warn students and universities against using ‘the Pirate Bay of science’

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Police are warning students and universities not to access Sci-Hub, an "illegal website" that allows users to download scientific research papers normally locked behind expensive subscriptions.

NASA completes major test on a rocket that could take humans back to the...

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NASA has completed a major test on a rocket that could take humans back to the moon.

COVID-19: Greece travel corridor brought in ‘a large amount of virus’, say UK experts

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The government's decision to allow free travel to and from Greece last summer could have had a significant impact on the spread of the virus, according to a Public Health England study quietly published this week.

Boris Johnson launches £5bn ‘Project Gigabit’ and reveals first areas to get ‘lightning-fast broadband’

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Boris Johnson is promising a "rocket boost" for parts of the country with slow broadband - in the latest pledge in his "levelling up" agenda.

Boris Johnson launches £5bn ‘Project Gigabit’ to get ‘lightning-fast broadband’ to all areas of...

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Boris Johnson is promising a "rocket boost" for parts of the country with slow broadband - in the latest pledge in his "levelling up" agenda.

Whales are under significant threat from ship strikes. Could new technology save them?

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Marine researchers have launched new acoustic equipment off the south coast of Ireland in a bid to prevent whales being struck by large vessels.

Three entirely new lifeforms discovered on space station

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Three new lifeforms have been discovered in different locations on the International Space Station (ISS), potentially offering researchers a new way to grow food in space.

Geoffrey Hinton: The story of the British ‘Godfather of AI’ – who’s not sat...

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"I last sat down in 2005," Geoffrey Hinton often says, "and it was a mistake".

The story of the British ‘Godfather of AI’ – who’s not sat down since...

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"I last sat down in 2005," Geoffrey Hinton often says, "and it was a mistake".

Toddler tablet and phone use linked to behavioural and social problems

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Toddlers who frequently play on tablets or phones are at a higher risk of problems such as hyperactivity, poor concentration and friendship issues, a new study suggests.

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