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Survival of the Richest - OneZero

Last year, I got invited to a super-deluxe private resort to deliver a keynote speech to what I assumed would be a hundred or so investment...

Last year, I got invited to a super-deluxe private resort to deliver a keynote speech to what I assumed would be a hundred or so investment bankers. It was by far the largest fee I had ever been…

U.S. starts dumping sand on Miami Beach to tackle climate change erosion | The Japan Times

Dozens of trucks have started dumping hundreds of thousands of tons of sand on the beach in Miami Beach as part of U.S. government measures...

Dozens of trucks have started dumping hundreds of thousands of tons of sand on the beach in Miami Beach as part of U.S. government measures to protect Flor

Kill Switch for CRISPR Could Make Gene Editing Safer - Scientific American

Anti-CRISPR proteins could bolster biosecurity and improve medical treatments

New Chinese virus 'will have infected hundreds' - BBC News

The virus emerged in December, two people have died and it has been detected in three countries.

Elon Musk says he plans to send 1 million people to Mars by 2050 by launching 3 Starship rockets every day and creating 'a lot of jobs' on the red planet

Musk said he would send 1,000 Starships full of people into Earth orbit, then rocket them all to Mars during an opportune 30-day window.

'Scale of This Failure Has No Precedent': Scientists Say Hot Ocean 'Blob' Killed One Million Seabirds | Common Dreams

On the heels of new research showing that the world's oceans are rapidly warming, scientists revealed Wednesday that a huge patch of hot wa...

On the heels of new research showing that the world's oceans are rapidly warming, scientists revealed Wednesday that a huge patch of hot water in the northeast Pacific Ocean dubbed "the blob" was to blame for killing about one million seabirds.

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Work starts on huge wind farm that could power 4.5 million homes

The U.K. is a major player in the offshore wind sector.

Warning: Most Widely Used Cooking Oil Causes Genetic Changes in the Brain

America's most widely consumed oil, soybean oil, linked to metabolic and neurological changes in mice. New University of California Riversi...

America's most widely consumed oil, soybean oil, linked to metabolic and neurological changes in mice. New University of California Riverside research shows soybean oil not only leads to obesity and diabetes, but could also affect neurological conditions like autism, Alzheimer's disease, anxiety, a

IBM working on cleaner, faster batteries for cars

Batteries made from seawater and quantum computing could make better electric cars

Human Hibernation Is a Real Possibility - The Atlantic

The science of adapting to cold weather could change treatment of inflammatory diseases, insomnia, and trauma.

How Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, and All Our Tech Heroes Turned into Tech Villains | GQ

Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, and Elizabeth Holme promised game-changing improvements on American life with digital and technical developmen...

Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, and Elizabeth Holme promised game-changing improvements on American life with digital and technical developments.

Germany sets aside $50 billion for phase out of coal-fired stations

A large chunk of the money will go to

Oil and Gas Authority: OGA Chairman challenges the sector to respond to the energy transition challenge - 2020 - News - News & <br/>publications

New Harvard study fights fat with salty, icy injections

It sure sounds like an online pop-up ad, but Harvard scientists have created and tested a new treatment that melts away body fat. The new t...

It sure sounds like an online pop-up ad, but Harvard scientists have created and tested a new treatment that melts away body fat. The new technique involves injecting an icy saline solution directly into fat deposits to shrink them by half.

'Invisible computing' startup unveils smart contact lens

A startup focused on "invisible computing" Thursday unveiled a smart contact lens which delivers an augmented reality display in a user

VW CEO compares company to Nokia, says will cut fuel cells to accelerate battery EVs - Electrek

VW's CEO said hydrogen fuel cells will not be as competitive as battery-electric drivetrains for at least another decade. Volkswagen will f...

VW's CEO said hydrogen fuel cells will not be as competitive as battery-electric drivetrains for at least another decade. Volkswagen will focus on battery-powered EVs.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/goodwood-plastics-halifax-municipality-plastics-recycling-1.5421166

It's possible the plastic shopping bags you recycled last week could eventually be turned into a bench you'll one day sit on. That's becau...

It's possible the plastic shopping bags you recycled last week could eventually be turned into a bench you'll one day sit on. That's because the majority of plastics recycled in the Halifax area are now going to a local company that turns the waste into lumber.

Microsoft moves to erase its carbon footprint from the atmosphere in climate push | Vancouver Sun

Microsoft will invest US$1 billion over the next four years to speed up the development of carbon removal technology

Salty nanoparticles slip into cancer cells to wreak destruction

Causing the death of cancer cells while leaving healthy ones in tact is central to the goal of safer, more effective forms of treatment for...

Causing the death of cancer cells while leaving healthy ones in tact is central to the goal of safer, more effective forms of treatment for the disease, and scientists have now come up with one that leans heavily a common household item – salt.

DeepMind's AI is getting closer to its first big real-world application | WIRED UK

The AI firm beat the competition when it came to predicting the structure of proteins, which may eventually improve how we treat diseases

European Union Wants All Smartphones to Have the Same Charging Port

The European Union says that having the same charging port for all smartphones would minimize electronic waste and help consumers. Apple di...

The European Union says that having the same charging port for all smartphones would minimize electronic waste and help consumers. Apple disagrees.

Europeans ready to 'green' their lifestyles, study finds

Two-thirds of people in Europe, the US and China think their individual behaviour can help tackle climate change - but Europeans and Chines...

Two-thirds of people in Europe, the US and China think their individual behaviour can help tackle climate change - but Europeans and Chinese are more willing to change their living standards to limit global warming than Americans.

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Singer Akon announces futuristic 'Akon City' in Senegal | Fox News

Is a pop idol building Wakanda? Akon announced on his social-media channels on Monday that he is building a city of the future in Africa.