Funds will be used to prepare for production of a five-seater electric aircraft * This article was originally published here
Top tablet has lidar tech found in self-driving cars in system designed for augmented reality Apple has released a new version of its top iPad Pro with new 3D depth-sensing lidar technology and a revamped MacBook Air with a new keyboard, as it attempts to continue normal business in spite
Who in the Middle Ages cooked their dinner in copper pots? And where did they do it? Such information can be revealed by chemical analyses of human bones. * This article was originally published here
In New York, where over 15,000 people are infected with coronavirus and 114 have died from it, governor Andrew Cuomo has called on Donald Trump to order US factories to produce critical gear needed in the health crisis. The US traditionally wins wars not so much by out-fighting its enemies
Site changes rules to ban content aimed at making people act against official advice Coronavirus latest news Twitter will remove tweets that run the risk of causing harm by spreading dangerous misinformation about Covid-19, the company has said, after weeks of criticism that its policies on misinformation were too lax.
Last year in the journal Science, a research review concluded that the chytrid fungus caused the decline of at least 501 amphibian species, of which 90 have gone extinct. A team has reanalyzed a study, finding that the paper’s main conclusions lack evidence and are unreproducible. The authors argue that
Researchers have come up with a way of getting conductive polymer gels to adhere to wet surfaces. * This article was originally published here
Spoof audio clip poking fun at coronavirus misinformation is eaten up by frazzled Britons Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage It started off as an ad-libbed joke for some friends in a football banter group and ended up being heard by vast numbers of Britons within hours.
From the UK to Australia, medical experts suddenly find themselves in the Covid-19 spotlight Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage They are the faces of the crisis, the scientists explaining nightly to anxious audiences how the governments they advise plan to contain the coronavirus. Unknown to most
One primary school head records a week of uncertainty, and then closure Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage A member of staff calls me. She has been diagnosed with the virus at Addenbrooke’s hospital, but they haven’t tested her and aren’t planning to. I spend the afternoon