Category: tomorrow

This is what transparency looks like without net neutrality

This is what transparency looks like without net neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission's proposal to dismantle net neutrality deletes the past two years of regulatory progress and essentially thrusts
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Algae-based nanobots could diagnose you from the inside

Algae-based nanobots could diagnose you from the inside
Nanobots promise a breakthrough in medicine by letting doctors study and treat you without invasive surgery or relatively ineffective drugs.
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DARPA is engineering plants to act as biohazard sensors

DARPA is engineering plants to act as biohazard sensors
Researchers at DARPA, the DoD's arm that focuses on developing new technology for military application, have long been trying to
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UPS is trialling electric bike trailers in London

UPS is trialling electric bike trailers in London
In a bid to lower emissions in the capital and reduce the footprint of its vehicles on the road, global
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NHS trials smart plaster that can detect blood poisoning

NHS trials smart plaster that can detect blood poisoning
The UK's National Health Service (NHS) is backing a slew of apps and wireless sensors that could help save lives
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UK parliamentary groups demand more rights for gig economy workers

UK parliamentary groups demand more rights for gig economy workers
Two parliamentary groups have called on the UK government to introduce a new law that would extend the rights of
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London buses to be powered by coffee grounds

London buses to be powered by coffee grounds
As part of ongoing efforts to reduce pollution in the capital, London's buses are set to utilise a new source
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NASA can pinpoint glaciers that might flood coastal cities

NASA can pinpoint glaciers that might flood coastal cities
It's safe to say that melting glaciers and ice sheets are bad things: they raise ocean levels and risk flooding
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