Cancer survivor, 54, becomes the first person in the world to get a 3D printed face created using a SMARTPHONE

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Dr Rodrigo Salazar from Paulista University in Sao Paulo, Brazil, performed the procedure on Carlito Conceiçao, after a tumour ravaged a hole in his cheek.
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Researchers at the University of California, San Diego.created a quiz that measures how wise people are based on their answers to questions that test six different qualities.
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A fitness app promising cash rewards for eating well pays up over accusations that it broke promises.
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A ground-breaking new rocket equipped with an ‘aerospike’ engine that could revolutionise space travel is ready for ground tests, according to the Las Cruces-based company Arca.
A new study led by University of Chicago geochemists rearranges how we understand the early Earth by tracing the path of the metallic element titanium.
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The capital's transport authority today announced the firm was barred from working in the city over 'its approach to reporting criminal offences'.
Hackers who hijacked security software also used it to infiltrate hi-tech firms, say Cisco researchers.
A hapless phone seller in China reportedly cracked a brand new iPhone 8 Plus as he prepared to sell the handset, which goes on sale today in 29 countries.
Only a handful of people waited outside Apple's flagship London store for the iPhone 8 this morning - a far cry from the snaking queues of previous years.
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Speaking at the inaugural Datacloud Ireland event in Dublin, NetApp chief privacy officer, Sheila FitzPatrick, outlined her concerns over tech suppliers cashing in on the enterprise rush for GDPR comp
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At a European Planetary Science Congress in Riga, Latvia, this week, Esa scientist Bernard Foing explained how humanity could colonise Earth's satellite and then quickly expand.
Researchers from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics used data from one repeating Fast Radio Burst (FRB) called 121102 and assumed it is representative of all FRBs
Wisconsin-based Christian numerologist David Meade has predicted the mysterious planet 'Nibiru' will demolish Earth in a fiery collision on September 23.
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