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It's too late to ban face recognition - here's what we need instead

45 minutes ago   |   New Scientist

Plans to ban face recognition in public places would only halt a tiny fraction of its use. Instead we need to regulate the technology - and fast, says Donna Lu
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North-east pupils explore future careers in energy sector

6 hours ago   |   Energy Voice

Hundreds of north-east school pupils have been exploring future careers in the energy industry at an inspirational event organised by TechFest in partnership with...
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Challenge to find new ideas for healthy longevity

1 day ago   |   The NHSA

OPPORTUNITY: for researchers with early-stage innovative ideas that align with UKRI Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund vision for the Healthy Ageing Challenge. This opportunity...
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Release of Airborne Polychlorinated Biphenyls from New Bedford Harbor Results in Elevated Concentrations in the Surrounding Air

2 days ago   |   Harvard   |   3 articles

Andres Martinez, Bailey N. Hadnott, Andrew M. Awad, Nicholas J. Herkert, Kathryn S. Tomsho, Komal Basra, Madeleine K. Scammell, Wendy Heiger-Bernays, and Keri C. Hornbuckle...
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Teaching

3 days ago   |   Harvard

As a Ph.D. candidate I have had a wide range of teaching opportunities. Language courses taught at Harvard include: Introductory Latin Intensive Introductory Greek Intermediate...
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The five: changes in animal behaviour due to global heating

4 days ago   |   The Guardian

Species around the world are being forced to alter their diet, migratory patterns, feeding grounds and more Last week it was reported that rising ocean temperatures and...
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Food Packaging in a nutshell

5 days ago   |   IFST

With the increase in different types of food and drink packaging, there is a need for a resource to explain the different types of packaging, use and recyclability. Institute...
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CE and HPLC applications for rAAV characterisation

CE and HPLC applications for rAAV characterisation

5 days ago   |   Global Engage

Despite recent advances in the gene therapy field, significant challenges lie ahead for the consistent manufacturing and release of these medicines. Analytical methods and...
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The case for. cities where you're the sensor, not the thing being sensed

6 days ago   |   The Guardian

Imagine your smartphone knew everything about the city - but the city didn't know anything about you. Wouldn't that be ‘smarter' than our current surveillance dystopia?...
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Kuaizhou 1A rocket lofts Chinese broadband test satellite

Kuaizhou 1A rocket lofts Chinese broadband test satellite

6 days ago   |   Spaceflight Now

A Kuaizhou 1A launcher lifts off Thursday from the Jiuquan space center in northwestern China. Credit: CASIC A solid-fueled Kuaizhou 1A launcher carried a commercial broadband...
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Greta Thunberg speech in full: Read the activist's powerful Davos speech on...

Greta Thunberg speech in full: Read the activist's powerful Davos speech on climate here

GRETA THUNBERG clashed with world leaders at the Davos World Economic Forum this week over their failure to curb the effects of climate change. Read the transcript of the... Read more ...

Antarctica shock: NASA satellites make 'biggest' discovery on ice shelf...

Antarctica shock: NASA satellites make 'biggest' discovery on ice shelf - It's 'worrying'

NASA satellites over Antarctica have made a “worrying” discovery about the George VI ice shelf, recording the “biggest melt” in nearly 50 years. Read more ...

Firefly confirms ‘anomaly' and fire during first stage hotfire test

Firefly confirms ‘anomaly' and fire during first stage hotfire test

Firefly Aerospace tweeted this picture Wednesday evening, writing that teams were loading liquid oxygen into a test version of the company's Alpha booster in preparation for... Read more ...

Big Bang breakthrough: 'Pale echo' of universe birth discovery exposed

Big Bang breakthrough: 'Pale echo' of universe birth discovery exposed

SCIENTISTS studying the cosmos accidentally intercepted what is believed to be the “pale echo” of the Big Bang, which was instrumental in painting a picture of the universe's... Read more ...

Taal volcano update: 'Explosive' eruption predicted as Philippines volcano...

Taal volcano update: 'Explosive' eruption predicted as Philippines volcano rumbles to life

TAAL VOLCANO is predicted to erupt in the coming “hours to days” as authorities urge residents to evacuate all areas surrounding the Philippines volcano. Read more ...

When is Avenue 5 released? What's it about? Who's in it?

When is Avenue 5 released? What's it about? Who's in it?

After the critical and commercial success of Chernobyl, HBO and Sky are co-producing another prestige show together - albeit one with a very different tone. Avenue 5 is a... Read more ...

SpaceX launch: Striking pictures show moment Crew Dragon separates from Falcon 9

SpaceX launch: Striking pictures show moment Crew Dragon separates from Falcon 9

SPACEX has released stunning new photos revealing the exact moment the Crew Dragon spacecraft separated from its Falcon 9 rocket. Read more ...

Yunshu Wu

Yunshu Wu

Yunshu is a PhD student from West China School of Stomatology, Sichuan University, in Chengdu, China. She will be working on osteocyte development and PTH... Read more ...

Seanna Yoon

Seanna Yoon

Dr. Yoon earned her M.S. from the University of Toronto, along with a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the Graduate Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology,... Read more ...

NASA news: Beautiful Hubble snap reveals a colossal galaxy heading to the...

NASA news: Beautiful Hubble snap reveals a colossal galaxy heading to the Milky Way

NASA has released an awe-inspiring Hubble Space Telescope image of our nearest neighbour - the Andromeda galaxy. Read more ...