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UK

Magdalen College to sell stake in Oxford Science Park after value soars

Magdalen College is selling a stake in the Oxford Science Park after a surge of investor interest in the fast-growing…

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Technology

2 Baseballs Collided at an MLB Game. How Did That Even Happen?

Sometimes crazy things happen—so crazy they don’t even seem real. Last week, Phillies right fielder Bryce Harper was warming up…

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Washington

New White House panel aims to separate science, politics

WASHINGTON (AP) — Eager to the turn the page on the Trump years, the Biden White House is launching an…

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Technology

What If Gravity Is Actually a Double Copy of Other Forces?

As far as physicists have been able to determine, nature speaks two mutually unintelligible languages: one for gravity and one…

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Technology

What’s the Point of Wasps, Anyway?

This story originally appeared on The Guardian and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. For those who have asked…

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Sri Lanka

Navy destroys over 235kgs of Kerala cannabis smuggled from India

Seven Indian nationals have been arrested when they attempted to smuggle over 235kg of Kerala cannabis worth Rs. 70 million…

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Enterprenuers

IBM created a microchip of just 2 nanometers, the smallest yet. This will benefit the technology industry.

Billed as “a breakthrough” in the processor industry, IBM’s tiny microchip can quadruple the battery life of your phone, among…

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Technology

Pfizer’s FDA Request, Vaccine Diplomacy, and More Coronavirus News

Pfizer seeks full FDA approval, the US supports waiving IP protections for vaccines, and people in India struggle to get…

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Atlanta

Instant Unicorn: Science 37 goes public through SPAC merger – L.A. Biz

By Sonia Waraich  –  Staff reporter, Triangle Business Journal May 7, 2021 Science 37, a clinical research organization based in…

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Technology

Bats Raised in Helium-Rich Air Reveal a Key to Echolocation

It’s now well-established that bats can develop a mental picture of their environment using echolocation. But we’re still figuring out…

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