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AstraZeneca boss: I don’t think I would do anything differently

Despite “setbacks,” the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine succeeded in saving a million lives, according to the CEO of the pharmaceutical firm.

Digital fingerprints of a million child abuse images made

According to the Internet Watch Foundation, digital fingerprints of a million images of child sexual assault have been created.

Digital ID cards are now accepted in movie theatres.

Being turned away from a 15- or 18-rated movie due to a lack of proper identification may be a thing of the...

‘Democratic’ jackdaws make judgments based on noise.

Scientists have discovered that jackdaws use a “democratic” procedure to decide when to depart their roosts in large groups.

For the first time in a breakthrough test, moon soil was...

For the first time, scientists have successfully grown plants on lunar soil, paving the way for long-term stays on the moon.

Snapchat’s flying selfie drone

Snap, the firm most known for its photo-sharing app Snapchat, has now released a flying camera. The startup describes...

Actors launch campaign against AI ‘show stealers’

According to a union, artificial intelligence (AI) threatens actors’ livelihoods unless legislation changes. Equity, the union for performers, has launched a new...

Watching TV in self-driving cars will be permitted under the Highway...

According to planned changes to the Highway Code, those who use self-driving cars would be able to watch television on built-in screens....

What’s the fuss about the Cumbria coal mine?

The government has been given until July 7 to decide whether or not to proceed with a new coal mine in the...

Prof David MacMillan gives Nobel prize money to students

A Nobel Laureate has disclosed that he is spending his prize money to help young Scots attend university. Prof...

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