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Scientists say a marijuana breathalyzer is in the works

A device that can detect the chemical in cannabis responsible for its psychoactive effects could work as an early prototype…

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News at a glance: AI regulation, renewable energy, and Alzheimer’s therapy

HUMAN RIGHTS Iranian university students rise up to protest crackdown Iran’s universities have become hotbeds of protests against the government—and…

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Can Britain avoid winter blackouts amid the European energy crisis?

If the electricity supply from the continent ceases, households in England, Scotland and Wales may need to ration their own…

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Space adverts are now economically viable but potentially dangerous

Falling launch costs for satellites mean space advertising may now make commercial sense, according to a feasibility study, but the…

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Researchers think a key to cooling cities lies in Naples’ ancient aqueducts

In the Italian city of Naples, some climate change solutions may be as ancient as the coastal outpost itself, according…

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Lava erupting on Jupiter’s volcanic moon Io is over 1000°C

Astronomers used radio telescopes to estimate the temperature of molten rock on Io, the most volcanically active world in the…

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Astronomers found a weird asteroid closer to the sun than any other

Scientists have found three strange asteroids that orbit relatively close to the sun – one is the closest to the…

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Nutrient-measuring device could make microwaves that count calories

Scientists have found a way to use leaked electromagnetic radiation to measure nutrients in microwaved meals Technology 5 October 2022…

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SpaceX capsule heads to space station ferrying NASA crew and Russian

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A SpaceX rocket soared into orbit from Florida on Wednesday carrying the next long-term International Space…

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Why the UK government’s attack on nature cannot be allowed to succeed

The UK government’s bid to slash environmental protections is an onslaught on nature and the laws that protect it. We…

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