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What hackers get up to when left on an island

Campsite coding Deerpunk costumes, tacos delivered by drones and a game called "Beerocracy" featured at this year's ToorCamp for hackers – it was a blast, writes Annalee Newitz ...

The promise – and pitfalls – of monitoring our excrement

What we flush down the toilet is becoming a valuable resource for tracking diseases, including monkeypox and polio, but there are important questions over who gets to use it and what for ...

Particle physics pushing cancer treatment boundaries

Facility coordinator Roberto Corsini shows off a 40-metre...

Experts: Lake Mead brain-eating amoeba death among few in US

In this May 27, 2011 file photo, kids...

Huawei Band 7 review

The Huawei Band 7 looks to be the company’s direct competitor to the likes of the Fitbit Inspire 2, and packs a lot of tech into a very small, and very affordable product.It’s one of the best fitness trackers...

LED tech boosts saplings, hopes for UK net zero bid

The trials could kickstart a transformation in the...

UK schools are teaching teenagers about mental health in the

Rather than helping, lessons may be encouraging pupils to dwell on negative feelings without the necessary support to address them ...

El Niño increases seedling mortality even in drought-tolerant forests

A long-term study finds that seedling mortality increased when severe and prolonged drought occurred in Southeast Asian seasonally dry tropical forests, which are deemed more drought-tolerant than tropical rainforests. Global climate change may lead to more extreme weather events...

How naturally-occurring compound kills major drug-resistant bacteria: Researchers say hydroquinine

Scientists analysing the effects of an organic compound on drug resistance bacteria have discovered how it can inhibit and kill a germ that causes serious illness or in some cases death. Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a type of bacteria, often...

Large stroke trial finds intensive blood pressure lowering after clot

The results of the trial, stopped early due to the significance of the findings, were presented in a late-breaking session at the World Stroke Congress and simultaneously published in The Lancet. Professor Craig Anderson, Director of Global Brain Health...
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