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ENTREPRENEURS

How Crypto Can Regenerate The World

Kyle Westaway: What is the Green Pill, and why should I take it? Kevin Owocki: It’s up to you whether or not...
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SCIENCE

Perseverance: Nasa rover begins key drive to find life on Mars

Image caption,Perseverance is drilling rocks and storing samples for later return to Earth laboratories Nasa's Perseverance rover has reached a...
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OUTREACH

Texas migrant deaths: 'I still have to bring my children home'

It was 25 June when Karen Caballero was seized by an "unexplained heaviness" in her chest. Her children had not...
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BUSINESS

Missing cryptoqueen: Is Dr Ruja Ignatova the biggest Bitcoin holder?

With cryptomarkets in turmoil, files seen by the BBC suggest an unlikely Bitcoin investor may have also lost a fortune -...
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BUSINESS

UK and New Zealand expand working holiday visas

The UK and New Zealand will allow more younger people to live and work in both countries for longer. UK...
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BUSINESS

Russia moves to take control of Sakhalin-2 oil and gas project

Russia has moved to take over a major oil and gas project in which Shell has a 27.5% stake. Russian...
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BUSINESS

Brazil: Rio's residents garden their way out of hunger

Not too long ago, Fernanda da Silva was going hungry, like millions of other Brazilians. The 40-year-old mother of three...
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BUSINESS

Hong Kong: Xi Jinping defends China's rule at handover anniversary

China's "one country two systems" model of ruling Hong Kong has worked in protecting the city and must continue long...
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BUSINESS

John Lee: Who is Hong Kong's new hardline pro-Beijing leader?

Former security chief John Lee Ka-chiu has been sworn in as Hong Kong's next leader, in what is widely seen...
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OUTREACH

Texas migrant deaths: Truck driver 'unaware air conditioner had stopped working'

The suspected driver of a truck where 53 migrants died from heat in Texas did not know that the air...
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BUSINESS

How flowers are 'put to sleep' for long sea voyages

Workers in heavy coats shift boxes of flowers from a cold store into a refrigerated container. Once packed, these blooms...
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TECHNOLOGY

What would happen if we stopped using plastic?

Plastic has seeped into every aspect of our existence. Can we live without it? Of the 8,300 million tonnes of...
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TECHNOLOGY

What if all roads went underground?

Roads pollute cities, eat up public space and fragment habitats. Could moving them underground help? In 1863, in an effort...
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SCIENCE

Living through Japan's hottest summer on record

Masaya Maruyama, his wife Junko and his brother Koichi, were sitting under the tailgate of their work van, trying to...
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BOOSTEM

UK-built Forum satellite will measure greenhouse effect

A spacecraft measuring Earth's warming 'greenhouse' effect in its greatest ever detail will be built in the UK. The Forum...
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BUSINESS

Heathrow flight cancellations cause queues and 'chaos'

Passengers have complained of queues and "total chaos" at Heathrow after the airport asked airlines to remove 30 flights from...
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BUSINESS

Sri Lanka fuel crisis: Waiting for days to get fuel

Being the first in the queue is usually a coveted spot, but Ajeewan Sadasivam has no idea how long he'll...
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BUSINESS

Is Brexit adding to the UK's energy crisis?

Image caption,Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey said inflation is set to be higher for longer in the UK Up...
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BUSINESS

Pride: Amazon restricts LGBT goods in United Arab Emirates

Online retail giant Amazon has restricted search results related to LGBT people and issues on its website in the United...
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BUSINESS

Thousands of BT workers vote to strike over pay

Thousands of BT workers have voted to go on strike in a dispute over pay. Some 30,000 Openreach engineers and...
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BUSINESS

Hello Kitty firm strikes China deal after viral hit

The Japanese company behind the Hello Kitty brand has struck a licensing deal in China after one of its lesser-known...
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BUSINESS

International headwinds offset Thai economy’s gains

Despite the fast-rising inflation driven largely by food and energy costs, some economic research houses have recently revised upward or...
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EDUCATION

10 Tips for Making Digital Materials More Accessible to Students With Disabilities

Many teachers and schools are falling short of federal requirements for digital accessibility, posing undue challenges for students with a...
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SCIENCE

Thailand : Cannabis-infused food and drink products are not for everyone

Anyone can now grow cannabis plants at home following registration with authorities via a mobile app as well as use...
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EDUCATION

NI teachers taking industrial action could have pay deducted

Image caption,The action affects a number of duties, including covering for other staff and overseeing exams Teachers in the NASUWT...
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EDUCATION

Mental health negatively affecting almost half of UK students, according to study

Universities need "immediate improvements" so students get the mental health care they need, according to a new survey. Out of...
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EDUCATION

Education Department Approves $8 Billion in Public Service Loan Forgiveness

The 2008 public service loan forgiveness program had been mired by complicated eligibility rules and servicing errors that made it...
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HEALTH

El Salvador's abortion ban: 'I was sent to prison for suffering a miscarriage'

Image caption,Elsy served 10 years in prison for aggravated homicide after she suffered a miscarriage The news from the US...
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SCIENCE

Nearly a quarter of Earth's seafloor now mapped

Image caption,The oceans cover 70% of the Earth's surface. Of that area, 23.4% is now mapped to modern standards Slowly...
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SCIENCE

UK government told to insulate more homes

Image caption,Changing energy and transport are key parts of curbing climate change The UK government must drive down energy bills...
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SCIENCE

UK-built Forum satellite will measure greenhouse effect

Image caption,Artwork: The Forum satellite is expected now to launch in 2027 A spacecraft measuring Earth's warming 'greenhouse' effect in...
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SCIENCE

UK decides AI still cannot patent inventions

The UK's Intellectual Property Office has decided artificial-intelligence systems cannot patent inventions for the time being. Patents assign the ownership...
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BUSINESS

Heathrow Airport announces more flight cancellations

Image caption,The airport said airlines would contact passengers who are affected Heathrow Airport has asked airlines to remove 30 flights...
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TECHNOLOGY

Google sign-up a 'fast track to surveillance', consumer groups say

Google is facing action from a coalition of ten European consumer organisations over the company's account sign-up process. A Google...
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BUSINESS

Steel import tariffs extended for two years

Tariffs on steel imports that were due to expire will be retained for a further two years, the government said....
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BUSINESS

Why business is still optimistic about Hong Kong

Image caption,Some saw the departure of the Jumbo Floating Restaurant from Hong Kong as symbolic On a cloudy June day,...
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BUSINESS

Hajj travellers unable to fly due to ticket delay

Image caption,About 2.5 million pilgrims visited Islam's holiest site in 2019 Some British Muslims who booked pilgrimages to Mecca have...
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HEALTH

How orange juice took over the breakfast table

Orange juice used to be a treat you had to squeeze out yourself. More than a century ago, an overproduction...
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TECHNOLOGY

What parents need to know about online safety

Image caption,Head teacher Nic Wetton says parents need to stay vigilant "Parents think a child is safe because when they're...
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TECHNOLOGY

Will electric motorbike sales take off across Asia?

Image caption,Thailand is the country with the highest usage of motorbikes The term "electric vehicle" in the UK immediately conjures...
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BUSINESS

Royal Mail workers to vote on strike over pay

More than 115,000 Royal Mail workers will begin voting today over whether to go on strike over pay. Ballot papers...
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BUSINESS

Credit Suisse bank found guilty over money laundering charges

Credit Suisse has been found guilty and fined for involvement in money laundering related to a Bulgarian drugs ring. Switzerland's...
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BUSINESS

Sainsbury's pressed to pay more to subcontracted workers

Pressure is mounting on Sainsbury's to ensure all its workers are paid the real living wage. Sainsbury's already pays its...
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BUSINESS

Roe v Wade: US firms pledge to pay staff travel expenses for abortions

Major companies including Disney, JP Morgan and Facebook owner Meta have told staff they will cover employee travel expenses for...
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BUSINESS

Could flat tyres soon be a thing of the past?

Image caption,Most drivers have been here The sight of a car limping along on a near-flat tyre, or a roadside...
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BUSINESS

Ukraine war: UK joins ban on imports of Russian gold

The UK, US, Canada and Japan will ban imports of Russian gold in an effort to hit Moscow's ability to...
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SCIENCE

How do zoos get over star animal deaths?

Image caption,Kibriah was born at Twycross Zoo in 1977 Public opinion on zoos is mixed but their supporters argue they...
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MENTORSHIP

Galboly: The Glens of Antrim's hidden village

Image caption,Upper Galboly was once home to about 60 people Hidden away in the Glens of Antrim lie the ruins...
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BUSINESS

Boris Johnson 'actively thinking about' third term as PM

Boris Johnson has said he is "actively thinking" about a third term, amid criticism of his leadership. The prime minister...
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OUTREACH

Afghanistan earthquake: hospital struggles to help survivors

Image caption,Shakrina was severely injured in the quake Eight-year-old Shakrina's face contorts in pain and she cries as she tries...
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SCIENCE

The Big Plastic Count: Consumers confront their plastic footprint

Image caption,Jules Birkby's daughter was shocked by how much plastic they used in a week It's hard not to feel...
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SCIENCE

Pompeii: Ancient pregnant tortoise surprises archaeologists

Image caption,Experts believe the tortoise had been looking for a comfortable place to lay her egg when volcanic disaster struck...
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BUSINESS

Why the Ukraine war may power Asia's green energy shift

For years there have been calls for Asia - which is home to some of the world's biggest CO2 emitters...
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TECHNOLOGY

Japanese man loses USB stick with entire city's personal details

Image caption,The man reportedly spent several hours drinking in a local restaurant before he lost the memory stick (file image)...
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TECHNOLOGY

Instagram: Video selfies trial to verify age of teens

Instagram is exploring new ways for teenagers to verify their age and comply with platform rules. The Meta-owned app is...
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SCIENCE

USS Samuel B Roberts: World's deepest shipwreck discovered

Image caption,The USS Samuel B. Roberts' torpedo tubes Explorers have found the deepest shipwreck ever identified, a US navy destroyer...
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HEALTH

What is monkeypox and how do you catch it?

Image caption,Symptoms of monkeypox include a rash which starts on the face and spreads to the body Cases of monkeypox...
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SCIENCE

Endurance wreck: Nations look to protect Shackleton ship from damage

https://youtu.be/3SJNIRSBjZI A 500m perimeter is being implemented to aid the protection of Endurance, the ship famously lost in the Antarctic...
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SCIENCE

Europe told to prepare for Russia turning off gas

Image caption,European countries say they have received less Russian gas than expected recently The head of the International Energy Agency...
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SCIENCE

COP15: UN biodiversity summit moved from China to Canada

Published3 days agoShare Image caption,The vision is to live in harmony with nature by 2050 Major UN talks aimed at...
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SCIENCE

Five planets line up in rare planetary conjunction

Image caption,A conjunction of Jupiter, Venus and the Moon in 2019 Five major planets in our solar system are lined...
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SCIENCE

Record bacterium discovered as long as human eyelash

You're supposed to need a microscope to see bacteria, right? Not Thiomargarita magnifica. This giant cell is clearly visible to...
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SCIENCE

UK red kite success story sees chicks sent to Spain

Image caption,The UK is now home to more than 10% of the world population of red kites British-born red kites...
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BUSINESS

Netflix cuts 300 more jobs after subscriptions fall

Image caption,One of Netflix's most popular series, Bridgerton, launched its second series last month Netflix has announced another round of...
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TECHNOLOGY

How human-like are the most sophisticated chatbots?

Image caption,When you interact with a virtual assistant online it is often not immediately obvious that you are not chatting...
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BUSINESS

Caviar sales soar as more people get a taste for posh fish eggs

Image caption,Caviar producers claim sales have rebounded strongly since the first lockdowns of 2020 When high-end restaurants around the globe...
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BUSINESS

Nike latest brand to leave Russia permanently

Nike has announced plans to leave Russia, becoming the latest Western brand to quit the country since the invasion of...
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BUSINESS

US parents turn to black market due to formula shortage

Image caption,Lauren says rules restricting imports don't make sense Mum Lauren Galvin needed to get extra milk into her baby....
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BUSINESS

Toyota recalls electric cars over concerns about loose wheels

Motor industry giant Toyota is recalling 2,700 of its first mass-produced all-electric vehicles over concerns their wheels may fall off....
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BUSINESS

Juul: US bans all products from leading vaping company

The US is banning the sale of all products sold by Juul, one of the country's top e-cigarette companies. The...
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BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY

Two killed as Nio electric car falls from third floor office in Shanghai

Chinese electric carmaker Nio says that two people were killed when one of its vehicles fell from the third floor...
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BUSINESS

The staff shortage slowing down air cargo and bags

Image caption,The remains of the Antonov An-225 the world's largest cargo plane When photos emerged of the largest cargo plane...
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BUSINESS

Union rejects Rolls-Royce £2,000 living-cost bonus

A union representing Rolls-Royce workers has rejected the offer of a £2,000 one-off payment from the firm to help its...
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TECHNOLOGY

Crypto crash: Is this cryptocurrency’s ‘Lehman Brothers moment’?

Celsius Network, Babel Finance, Three Arrows and Hoo are latest casualties of market chaos More than $2 trillion has been...
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TECHNOLOGY

Microsoft retires controversial AI that can guess your emotions

Tech giant warns that ‘new guardrails’ are required for artificial intelligence Microsoft has announced that it will halt sales of an artificial...
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SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

China achieves ‘brain-scale’ AI with latest supercomputer

Sunway supercomputer ran 174 trillion parameters, ‘rivalling the number of synapses in the brain’ Computer scientists in China claim to have run...
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TECHNOLOGY

Meta removes ‘large numbers’ of upskirting images found on Facebook

The social media firm took action after a BBC investigation found upskirting content being shared in groups on Facebook. Facebook owner Meta said...
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TECHNOLOGY

Space factory will make materials that are ‘impossible to produce on Earth’ is about to launch

Earth’s dense atmosphere, temperatures, and gravity means that its ‘a pretty bad place to make things’ A prototype space factory...
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TECHNOLOGY

SpaceX may have turned the galaxy red

A SpaceX rocket’s exhaust may have lit the upper atmosphere in a reddish glow SpaceX may have turned the galaxy an...
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TECHNOLOGY

Rio Ferdinand calls for new ‘inspiring’ online platform to combat child bullying

The former England footballer helped launch an anti-bullying campaign Don’t Face It Alone at No 10 Downing Street. Rio Ferdinand has...
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HEALTH

Student paramedics spending hours in ambulances outside A&E instead of attending calls

Student paramedics are missing out on learning how to save lives because they are wasting hours in ambulances outside A&E instead of attending calls,...
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EDUCATION

Number of headteachers quitting within five years of starting on the rise, data shows

Pay, workload and long hours pushing headteachers away, says union Increasing numbers of headteachers are quitting within five years of starting in...
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BUSINESS

Inflation hits fresh 40-year high as cost of living crisis deepens

Fuel and food were among the biggest drivers of price growth across the economy UK inflation has hit a fresh...
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SCIENCE

Why Friday morning is the best time to view a rare planetary alignment

Friday could be last, best chance to catch a rare alignment of five planets in the sky, plus a special...
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TECHNOLOGY

Elon Musk’s ex-wife says she’s ‘proud’ of their child’s move to sever all ties with him

‘I no longer live with or wish to be related to my biological father in any way, shape or form,’...
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TECHNOLOGY

Huge spot appears on the Sun and begins to grow – but there is nothing to panic about yet

A huge spot on the Sun is getting bigger and pointing towards Earth – but there is nothing to worry about yet. Numerous...
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TECHNOLOGY

Zoom down: Video call app breaks in the middle of the working day

Zoom, the video call app, has broken in the middle of the working day. Users said they were unable to...
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TECHNOLOGY

‘500 internal server error’: The message that appeared on websites across the internet – and what it means

Much of the internet has been hit by an issue that took major websites offline. The problems hit much of the internet:...
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EDUCATION

Educators Report Highest Level of Burnout Among All Other Industries

Amid a pandemic that’s dramatically altered the American education system and exacerbated workforce stressors in K-12 schools and at colleges...
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BUSINESS

Netflix talks with Google about ads as Sarandos is set to address Cannes this week

CANNES, France – As the world’s biggest advertising conference gets underway here this week, all eyes will be on Netflix for clues...
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BUSINESS

BetMGM Announces Agreement with Sony Pictures Television, IGT to Launch Online Wheel of Fortune Casino

BetMGM logo JERSEY CITY, N.J. , June 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- BetMGM, a leading sports betting and iGaming operator, announced today an agreement...
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SCIENCE

Sciens Building Solutions Acquires Another Mid-Atlantic-area Company

Anchor Fire Protection addition will expand Sciens platform across the United States offering an even broader scope of business in the important...
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TECHNOLOGY

Eye movements could be the missing link in our understanding of memory

Humans have a fascinating ability to recreate events in the mind’s eye, in exquisite detail. Over 50 years ago, Donald Hebb...
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EDUCATION

For schools, accepting student mobile phone use may be a better approach than banning them

Most children in the UK own their own phone by the age of 11. In China children get their first phone...
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MENTORSHIP

W3 Fortune Raises 120 Million Yen In Funding

The platform will launch multiple Web3.0-specific business models, leverage the expertise and track record developed, and for partnerships with other...
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SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

Blue light: what we do and don’t know about the damage it causes our skin

Take a wander down the skincare aisle of any health and beauty retailer and you’ll be met with a bewildering...
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ENTREPRENEURS

Capital C Corporation Secures Singapore $74 Million

The funds will be utilized towards expanding Capital C's core team and tech capabilities to empower underserved individuals and companies...
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TECHNOLOGY

Do we need a better understanding of 'progress'?

A growing and influential intellectual movement aims to understand why human progress happens – and how to speed it up....
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EDUCATION

New Education Department Effort Aims to Elevate the Role of Parents in Schools

The Education Department is creating a parent council to help them better engage in their children’s schools – a move...
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TECHNOLOGY

Is Google’s LaMDA conscious? A philosopher’s view

LaMDA is Google’s latest artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot. Blake Lemoine, a Google AI engineer, has claimed it is sentient. He’s been put on...
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MENTORSHIP

No one-size-fits-all approach for mentorship

Committed to Caring honoree Jeff Grossman strives to provide each of his students with personalized advising. Although some of his...
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TECHNOLOGY

Gaia continues quest for the ultimate sky map

Image caption,Artwork: Gaia is providing fundamental insights on the nature of the Milky Way Europe's Gaia telescope has dropped its...
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ENTREPRENEURS

How Metaverse Can Bridge the East And West Cannabis Cultures

Handout | Mitch Ngo, CEO of Golden Ark Although the percentage of Asia's population using cannabis in 2019 was a...
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ENTREPRENEURS

This Blockchain Bucked the Bearish Crypto Trend

The cryptocurrency market has been going through major changes in 2022. At the beginning of May, the US Federal Reserve...
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OPPORTUNITY

A summer job: Good for the teenage soul and wallet

It’s a hot job market right now, and that extends to the youngest workers It’s been a rough couple of...
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TECHNOLOGY

UK-based sat-nav trial to augment GPS performance

Image caption,Planes rely on many systems to maintain operational safety London satellite company Inmarsat is testing an overlay system to...
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ENTREPRENEURS

Meet Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Asia Class Of 2022, Inside $95 Billion Unicorn Stripe And More For Small Business Owners

In case you missed it, Forbes recently launched its annual 30 Under 30 Asia list. The 300 visionaries spotlighted on the list are...
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EDUCATION

Five digital games to help your child’s development

Recent research has linked playing video games in childhood with an increase in intelligence. While parents and carers may be pleasantly...
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OUTREACH

Why is climate 'doomism' going viral – and who's fighting it?

Climate "doomers" believe the world has already lost the battle against global warming. That's wrong - and while that view...
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SCIENCE

Nasa InSight: 'Marsquake' mission in its last months

Image caption,The sophisticated French-UK seismometer package is just weeks away from being shut off The seismometer on Nasa's InSight probe...
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SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

Perseverance: Nasa rover begins key drive to find life on Mars

Image caption,Perseverance is drilling rocks and storing samples for later return to Earth laboratories Nasa's Perseverance rover has reached a...
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SCIENCE

Perseverance: Nasa rover begins key drive to find life on Mars

Image caption,Perseverance is drilling rocks and storing samples for later return to Earth laboratories Nasa's Perseverance rover has reached a...
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EDUCATION

More maths testing could be good for primary schoolchildren – if done in the right way

Recently published UK government plans proposed that by 2030, 90% of children leaving primary school in England should reach the expected standards...
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SCIENCE

Climate change: 'Fifty-fifty chance' of breaching 1.5C warming limit

Image caption,Rising temperatures are linked to more extreme weather events such as these floods in China The likelihood of crossing...
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EDUCATION

There are reasons girls don’t study physics – and they don’t include not liking maths

“From my own knowledge of these things, physics is not something that girls tend to fancy. They don’t want to...
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OPPORTUNITY

What to know before your business adds buy now, pay later

Large retailers like Target, Macy’s and Ikea now offer “buy now, pay later” when customers check out “Buy now, pay...
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SCIENCE

What is net zero and how are the UK and other countries doing?

Countries have set out plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions, at the COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow. They hope to achieve...
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EDUCATION

More private schools in Thailand to close due to pandemic related cashflow problems

About 70 private schools in Thailand have closed down during the past nine months, due to the impacts of COVID-19,and...
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OUTREACH

Outreach Expands Platform to Now Include Revenue Intelligence Capabilities with Latest Acquisition

Engagement and intelligence leader acquires startup Canopy.io to bring true visibility across the revenue cycle SEATTLE, Oct. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Outreach, the...
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MENTORSHIP

A study of entrepreneurs explains why we sometimes give without receiving

From someone dropping off dinner at the doorstep of a neighbour with COVID-19 to an octogenarian in India giving up his oxygen bed...
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MENTORSHIP

Australia’s media industry shed 5,000 journalists to survive – what does this mean for those who left, and those left behind?

In the 2000s, the internet shredded the media’s business model. The media’s influence fragmented and many employees paid the price....
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MENTORSHIP

Here’s an approach to mentoring that can help close the leadership gender gap

Mentoring is known to be a critical component of job satisfaction and career development. It is also widely recognised that career...
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MENTORSHIP

Remembering Tania Douglas: a brilliant biomedical engineer, academic and friend

Tributes from friends, colleagues, collaborators and students have poured in for South African academic Professor Tania Samantha Douglas, an internationally...
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MENTORSHIP

An Egyptian woman who dared: the Nawal El Saadawi I knew

Throughout the Middle East and beyond, the name Nawal El Saadawi is not one that can be received with indifference. During her...
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EDUCATION

As exams loom, the ‘COVID generation’ of Thai students fear for their futures

Worried that disruption from the latest COVID-19 outbreak will derail their futures, thousands of Mathayom 6 students are trying hard...
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OUTREACH

How Outreach Grew Into A Category-Leading SaaS Powerhouse

An early investor’s behind-the-scenes look at the rise of Outreach The relationship between Mayfield partner Rajeev Batra and Manny Medina,...
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BUSINESS

CEO Secrets: Older women strike out in lockdown

As part of our CEO Secrets series, which invites entrepreneurs to share their advice, we are focusing on businesses that...
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ENTREPRENEURS

The woman who quit smoking and built a global hypnotherapy firm

Image caption,Grace and her company have clients around the world The BBC's weekly The Boss series profiles different business leaders...
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MENTORSHIP

PhD students can benefit from non-academic mentors’ outside perspectives

A mentor is a professional who acclimates a protégé into a profession. In the Bottegas of Renaissance Florence, upstart Leonardo Da...
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MENTORSHIP

Africa’s research ecosystem needs a culture of mentoring

Sub-Saharan Africa faces a range of development challenges, including high population growth, poverty, food insecurity, and poor health. There is a clear need for qualified and...
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MENTORSHIP

Insights from Kenya: how to keep children from poorer homes in school

It is widely recognised that education is a public good, which should be accessed by all, as a human right...
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MENTORSHIP

Men are mentors in program for adolescent boys about healthy relationships and sexuality

Social media campaigns such as #MeToo have brought tremendous attention to the issue of sexual violence in North American society, igniting the call for violence...
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MENTORSHIP

Breaking up the Old Boys club by elevating women coaches

The federal government has a goal of achieving gender equity across all levels of sport by 2035. Minister of Sport...
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EDUCATION

When class sizes fall so does teachers' pay

Making class sizes smaller sounds like a success story. But an international analysis of its impact shows unintended consequences -...
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MENTORSHIP

Want to be a woman in science? Here’s advice from those who’ve gone before

Each year on February 11, the United Nations marks the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. It’s a chance...
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EDUCATION

'Breaking down walls not building them'

Image caption,The University of Toronto is using Donald Trump and Brexit to attract international students to Canada "Let's put it...
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EDUCATION

10 global megatrends facing education

Image caption,View of the future: Virtual reality being tested in a Chinese primary school What are the big international trends...
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EDUCATION

Novak Djokovic's war memories make him fund childhood research

Image caption,Novak Djokovic, competing in the Australian Open this week, is funding education researchers at Harvard Novak Djokovic has been...
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EDUCATION

Boris Johnson gets angry about girls' education

Image caption,Boris Johnson says that fair access to education is the key to global progress Boris Johnson says improving education...
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EDUCATION

Spurs player in global teacher prize shortlist

Image caption,Eartha Pond has made the final 50 in a competition for the world's best teacher A London teacher who...
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MENTORSHIP

This is why most teachers need Indigenous coaches

I hear a lot about this so-called ‘inequality’ when it comes to First Nations populations… The problem is the victim...
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MENTORSHIP

Africa needs more women computer scientists. How to make it happen

In Africa, a continent grappling with many social ills, it’s critical that universities produce more Computer Science graduates. It’s also...
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MENTORSHIP

Good mentorship has the power to unlock university students’ potential

When I sent out an informal notice to my computer science students offering mentorship to anyone who wanted it, I...
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EDUCATION

Pisa tests: Singapore top in global education rankings

Image caption,Singapore has been ranked as having the highest-achieving schools Singapore has the highest achieving students in international education rankings,...
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EDUCATION

Singapore tops global education rankings

Image caption,Singapore has the best results at primary and secondary school in international tests Singapore has the highest-achieving primary and...
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