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Your Monday Briefing - The New York Times Your Monday Briefing  The New York TimesOn Wednesday, Prime Minister Theresa May is scheduled to step down and will most likely, according to recent polls, be replaced by Boris Johnson. There are ...
Hawaii's new giant telescope to help scientists explore universe's unknown secrets - Republic World Hawaii's new giant telescope to help scientists explore universe's unknown secrets  Republic WorldScientists are all set to explore the unknown secrets of the universe with the help of a new giant telescope planned for the summit of Hawaii's tallest mountain.
Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University Declares 18 Winners of Its Entrepreneurship and Technology Science Program - Al-Bawaba Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University Declares 18 Winners of Its Entrepreneurship and Technology Science Program  Al-BawabaH.E. Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, Deputy Chief of Police and Public Security in Dubai and Chairman of Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart ...
8 Podcasts for the Tech Curious - The New York Times 8 Podcasts for the Tech Curious  The New York TimesFollowing the latest innovations in science and technology may seem daunting, but these podcasts can help.
Strange illusion makes people forget where their teeth are An illusion can trick people into thinking their teeth are closer to their neck than in reality, showing that our bodily perceptions are easily influenced
Thousands of pornography sites leak data to Google and Facebook More than 90 per cent of pornography sites leak data on people browsing them to third party companies including Google and Facebook
Man on the moon? Why we said Apollo 11 was an empty, obsessional quest New Scientist was opposed to the Apollo missions from the start, and complained for decades that the money to send people into space was being wasted. Why were we so grumpy and pessimistic about putting a man on the moon?
New processes for safer medicines The EU-funded CORE project is helping to develop safer, more effective medicines by improving the processes pharmaceutical companies use to separate mirror-image pharmaceutical molecules, which will boost the industry's efficiency and competitiveness.
New dual-action weapon in war against antibiotic resistance An organic molecule composed of simple sugars could become a potent weapon in the fight against rising antibiotic resistance, according to EU-funded researchers who have developed a novel, targeted drug-delivery technique to treat deadly tuberculosis and other lethal pathogens.
Issues with biometrics and forensics significant risk to effective functioning of the criminal justice system Science and Technology Committee publish report on the work of the Biometrics Commissioner and the Forensic Science Regulator
Goodbye, Internet Explorer
Microsoft's legendary browser is getting replaced. It's about time.
Internet Explorer 4, released by Microsoft in 1997.

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