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High-speed footage from an experimental facility in Prague shows the dramatic formation of the plasma column inside the tokamak – the magnetic confinement system at the heart of the reactor.
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The elevator system, which can move sideways using a magnetic levitation system, has finally been unveiled after almost three years of construction at at a test tower in Rottweil, Germany.
Facebook now boasts 2 billion monthly active users. CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared the milestone with his 92M followers noting that the firm is ‘making progress connecting the world’.
Hackers have unleashed a major cyber attack causing huge disruption to companies and governments across the globe including in the UK, US and Russia.
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Journalist Angela Saini argues that it's easy for prejudice to affect scientific research.
Chimps engage in a type of 'emotional bookkeeping' and make emotionally-based social decisions to signal their desire to form social ties, research by the Max Planck Institute has found.
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In what’s said to be a ‘significant milestone’ for supersonic passenger flight, NASA has completed the preliminary design review of its low-boom X-plane, Quiet Supersonic Transport.
Uber has made it easier for its users to request rides for a friend or family member. When you request a ride for someone else, they receive the driver's details and route.
Famed tech leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer, based in Metz, France, posted images over the weekend of what appears to be a dummy unit of the latest model of the iPhone.
Researchers from the South China Agricultural University devised the new genetic engineering technique, called TransGene Stacking II.
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Researchers from Lancaster University found that dichloromethane, a solvent used to decaffeinate drinks in the 1970s, has delayed the recovery of the ozone.
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Jeff Bezos rocket firm Blur Origin plans to build a powerful new rocket engine in Alabama for space flight, the company and state officials have announced.
The cars, due to hit the streets of the Middle East emirate by the end of the year, will be fitted with special biometric software that can identify wanted suspects.
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The London-based WPP advertising agency, the Ukrainian government, Russian oil giant Rosnef and Danish shipping firm AP Moller-Maersk have all been hit by a fresh ransomware virus.
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A 2.4bn euro fine is celebrated by Google's critics but others view the punishment as misjudged.
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