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Apple's latest MacBook deal is good but there's another offer that's even better. - Express Apple's latest MacBook deal is good but there's another offer that's even better.  ExpressAPPLE'S popular MacBooks have been made a little more affordable via some interest-free payment options but there's not long left before these deals end.
The 3D Imaging Technology That Cuts Through the Haze - SelectScience The 3D Imaging Technology That Cuts Through the Haze  SelectScienceWhen placing a 3D specimen under a fluorescence microscope, every scientist faces a familiar challenge: a blurry image. This typical haze, resulting from ...
Sir James Dyson donates almost £19m to former school Gresham's in Holt | Education - Eastern Daily Press Sir James Dyson donates almost £19m to former school Gresham's in Holt | Education  Eastern Daily PressEducation at Gresham's School in Holt is set to be revolutionised by a £18.75 million donation from former pupil and billionaire inventor, Sir James Dyson.
Supersize My Seabream - Hakai Magazine Supersize My Seabream  Hakai MagazineResearchers are using CRISPR gene editing technology to give Japan's coveted red seabream a bodybuilding boost. But will people accept it?
OnePlus 7 Pro 5G gets improved touch, fix for pop-up camera issue & more with OxygenOS update: Full Changelog - Times Now OnePlus 7 Pro 5G gets improved touch, fix for pop-up camera issue & more with OxygenOS update: Full Changelog  Times NowOnePlus has started rolling out the latest OxygenOS for the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G edition. In the past few weeks, we ...
The future is bright for OLED technology A team of EU-funded researchers and industrial partners joined forces to develop new materials and systems for organic LED lighting. The results are already being exploited to make more robust and environmentally friendly products.
Boosting mobility for better health The sedentary nature of modern life has had a noticeably detrimental effect on both physical and mental health. An EU-funded project has highlighted how to boost the wellbeing of Europeans by linking transport and health policies.
Dogs evolved a special muscle that lets them make puppy dog eyes It’s their “puppy dog eyes” that really help dogs melt our hearts – now we know they are created by a facial muscle that is lacking in the closely related wolf
Does people power make a difference? The truth about protests From Extinction Rebellion to the Hong Kong marches, protesters are regularly taking to the streets. But what really works to change people's minds
Microbes from farms may protect children from asthma even in cities Children who grow up on farms have a lower risk of developing asthma, and now it seems that may be due to microbes that can be in urban homes as well
Implanted capsule promises long-term relief from Type 1 diabetes People suffering from Type 1 diabetes are set to benefit from an innovative therapy being developed in an EU-funded project that promises to restore the body's ability to regulate blood sugar via a small bioengineered implant.
Suppliers, network operators and academics questioned on UK telecommunications infrastructure Science and Technology Committee examines the possible security risks involved with 5G communications networks
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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