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13-01-2020 19:31
World newsJump to Hi-TechScienceHealth
Police are treating the case as attempted murder and have now ruled out terrorism.
04-03-2021 12:43
Parents of girls released by kidnappers had thrown rocks at officials during the reunion ceremony.
04-03-2021 10:37
Rapid approval without lengthy tests can happen if new vaccines are needed to fight variants, say regulators.
04-03-2021 09:51
Linda Reynolds is sorry for the “offensive remark” about an alleged rape victim, Australia's PM says.
04-03-2021 05:48
Chancellor Merkel says The EU member is the latest country to reverse its policy on the vaccine's use on older people.
04-03-2021 05:15
It is the first such death from the venomous ocean animal in Australia in 15 years.
04-03-2021 05:11
Lawmakers cancel a session as they are told of "potential threats" from a militia on Thursday.
04-03-2021 02:05
See how extreme weather has affected an crucial reservoir in California.
04-03-2021 01:16
Pro-choice activists hope Argentina's legalisation of abortion will bring about change elsewhere.
04-03-2021 01:11
Believers are using an old, irrelevant law to herald the supposed return to power of Donald Trump.
04-03-2021 01:07
President Biden criticises moves to relax Covid restrictions in the southern state and Mississippi.
04-03-2021 00:49
Researchers hoping to collect mud samples deep beneath an Antarctic ice sheet were amazed to discover small creatures living in the dark, freezing water.
04-03-2021 00:02
Fishermen on Lake Victoria in Kenya have begun using some of Africa’s first electric fishing boats.
04-03-2021 00:02
Asylum seekers who have been waiting at the border for over a year have started entering the US.
03-03-2021 23:23
Over 160,000 residents in Mississippi have been without drinkable water for two weeks after storm.
03-03-2021 20:14
Christian Lantenois, 65, was assaulted with his own camera while covering youth violence in Reims.
03-03-2021 19:42
Hi-TechJump to World newsScienceHealth
Unmanned aerial vehicles are to be used in scientific trials in Scotland and Wales.
04-03-2021 06:10
The Nakajima twins develop games for women and three-quarters of their workforce are female.
04-03-2021 00:16
Steve Huffman says he supported the aims of a Reddit group taking on the hedge funds.
04-03-2021 00:05
The tech giant says it will not develop workarounds once it abandons third-party tracking cookies.
03-03-2021 17:36
Netflix boss' claims about the theatrical release window denied by UK Cinema Association chief.
03-03-2021 17:32
Amazon removed the social-network platform from its web-hosting service in January over rule breaches.
03-03-2021 17:08
"I am so pleased to have participated in a new way to share Bible stories," says the Bishop of Ely.
03-03-2021 16:03
The deal is "a huge win" for Fall Guys, its team says as it prepares to launch on Xbox and Nintendo.
03-03-2021 13:03
The new design shows a folded corner of blue tape on an Amazon box.
03-03-2021 11:48
NFT is a way for artists to sell digital art ownership without giving up the original file itself.
03-03-2021 11:03
Sweden is trying to encourage consumers to repair household items like washing machines.
03-03-2021 00:07
AI software can now match footage of motorists throwing rubbish with their car's number plate and issue an automatic fine .
03-03-2021 00:03
From Clubhouse to Twitter's Spaces, LJ Rich looks at the rise of a new type of social network.
03-03-2021 00:02
The advertising watchdog reprimands the social media influencer over an Instagram prize draw.
03-03-2021 00:01
The founder of Natural Cycles criticises the approval of Clue Birth Control in the US.
02-03-2021 14:33
Twitter warns users who post Covid vaccine-related misinformation that they face permanent bans.
02-03-2021 13:33
ScienceJump to World newsHi-TechHealth
Green measures such as a change to the Bank of England's remit do not go far enough, critics say.
03-03-2021 17:01
A Nottinghamshire power station is put forward as a possible site for a prototype reactor.
03-03-2021 12:21
The pesticide was given temporary clearance to be used earlier this year because of a virus threat.
03-03-2021 10:35
How the priceless skull of an ancient ancestor was brought to the UK from South Africa for study.
02-03-2021 08:00
Spacecraft that can see through cloud get their first good look at the frozen block known as A74.
01-03-2021 13:37
Social media users reported seeing a 'flash' with a 'tail of orange light' in the night sky.
01-03-2021 09:11
Wildlife experts urge the Prime Minister to step up action on the loss of species in the UK.
01-03-2021 08:56
Foreign ambassadors say Boris Johnson's tacit support for the mine prompts accusations of hypocrisy.
01-03-2021 06:04
Prof John Mallard, formerly of Aberdeen University, was known for his pioneering work in medical imaging.
26-02-2021 20:10
An ice block almost the size of London splits from the White Continent, very close to Halley station.
26-02-2021 14:22
Nations' current carbon-cutting plans will not keep global temperature rise below 1.5C, the UN says.
26-02-2021 13:22
The National Trust is planning to plant dozens of blossoming trees to create new green spaces.
26-02-2021 00:15
The National Trust is planning to plant dozens of blossoming trees at different sites around the UK.
26-02-2021 00:15
A computer program that can solve 1980s exploration games could help improve robot intelligence.
25-02-2021 17:00
The 19th Century fossil hunter's achievements were often overlooked during her own lifetime.
25-02-2021 08:03
Researchers are developing new technology to help reduce human-elephant conflicts.
25-02-2021 00:53
HealthJump to World newsHi-TechScience
Infections fell by two-thirds in lockdown but one in 200 people still have the virus, a study says.
04-03-2021 00:10
A single dose of the Pfizer or Oxford vaccine cuts hospital admissions of older people by about 80%.
03-03-2021 14:55
The race is on to find out if those with cancer and other conditions can be protected as the UK unlocks.
03-03-2021 00:35
Actress Ruthie Henshall is calling for more visiting access to family members in care homes.
02-03-2021 19:42
Experts say most cases involve genuine but misplaced health anxieties, not faked illness.
02-03-2021 18:13
The first detailed studies of the P.1 variant suggest it may be up to twice as transmissible.
02-03-2021 13:52
Rapid tests will give confidence that schools can open safely, a government science adviser says.
02-03-2021 13:18
A look at how schools are preparing to welcome back most pupils on 8 March.
02-03-2021 11:04
The UK will soon be in a "very different world", government scientists promise after the success of the jabs.
01-03-2021 20:37
Professor Jonathan Van-Tam says that for over 70s, both the Oxford-AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines are 60% effective against illness after the first dose.
01-03-2021 18:12
Jim Ashworth-Beaumont needs the prosthetic after being involved in a cycling accident last year.
01-03-2021 15:13
The study measured infection rates in school staff and pupils in November and December.
01-03-2021 13:05
The whereabouts of one infected person is unknown, as they did not give their full contact details.
01-03-2021 12:15
The UK has 7.3 critical care beds per 100,000 people, compared to Germany's 33.8 and the US's 34.3.
01-03-2021 10:08
More cases are being found in the UK, including a variant first seen in Brazil.
01-03-2021 09:48
The milestone is a "huge national achievement" and "every jab makes a difference", Boris Johnson says.
28-02-2021 16:47