Green group wins in air pollution court battle

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Researchers from Ivey Business School in Ontario studied the buying and selling habits behaviour of 140 male traders after administering testosterone supplement Androgel or a placebo.
New figures show record numbers placed through clearing as universities seek to fill places.
Organisations in the Benelux region could face IT staff leaving in large numbers if they don't remain attractive to employees
Situated near the municipality of Ballangen, the cool climate of northern Norway and the site's proximity to water will provide natural cooling for the centre's servers (pictured, concept image).
Tim Goodman of Australian auction house Fine Art Bourse has now written a scathing open letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about them censoring art
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Nestle's marketing mimics the 1970s Atari computer game Breakout, a court case alleges.
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The Dutch merchant ship De Rooswijk was carrying chests of silver ingots, silver dollars and pieces of eight when it hit the treacherous sandbanks off the coast of Deal, Kent, in January 1740.
Researchers from the Kinsey Institute for research in Sex, Reproduction and Gender found that you can tell how your sex life measures up to others, according to your age.
The New Jersey-based sex robot manufacturer True Companion revealed the leading lady is requested more frequently than any other celebrity.
The amount of contactless payments made through mobile devices increased by 336% compared with 2016, according to figures from Worldpay
Vishal Sikka was appointed in June 2014 and tasked with turning around the struggling business.
How migrating birds navigate their way to nesting grounds has long perplexed scientists. Now a study of Eurasian Reed Warblers has revealed the neat trick they use to navigate.
Around 1 in 500 men have an extra X or Y chromosome, which disrupts their sperm production but scientists at the Francis Crick Institute in London (pictured) may cure male infertility.
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The chain emailed Australian customers a 25 percent off deal to be claimed on the mobile app, displaying the promotion on the screen of what appears to be an iPhone 8.
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DNA testing analysis - which can go for up to $200 - does not make people healthier, a study has found. Those who know which diseases they are prone to do not act differently after finding out.
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A new Amazon patent describes an accordion-like tube that would extend from the drone to a drop-off point such as a porch and let the package slide through to a safe landing.
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