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Construction of Britishvolt's £3.8bn gigafactory in Blyth, Northumberland, to produce batteries for electric cars has recently stalled to...
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The UK government has abandoned controversial plans to allow AI developers greater powers to mine text and data, following an outcry from...
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The city of Cambridge has an impressive record of scientific contributions that have been of monumental benefit to society as a whole....
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Machine learning algorithms are highly effective at modelling complex systems. But what about when that system is the whole of Earth?...
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The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) has released the 2022 Review of Notorious Markets for Counterfeiting and...
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It has been reported over the weekend that a Brighton refuse firm Lord of the Bins has received a cease and desist letter from lawyers of...
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Researchers at the University of Adelaide have developed electrodes enabling direct electrolysis of seawater. Chemical processes...
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Some chemistry developed by the Reisner group of the University of Cambridge recently grabbed my attention. It appears to have similarly...
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We were delighted to have been invited to contribute to this great piece in Axios that gives readers the lowdown on the hottest case (or...
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There is no doubt that MedTech is one of the most innovative and fertile areas of technology, and attracts more European patent...
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The government has pledged £10 million in funding for a new research centre. Applications from 2nd February can be made by organisations...
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I recently came across this interesting article by The Robot Report, relating to training AI robots to use tools. The article highlights...