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Researchers have reached an important milestone in the fight against malaria. A paper published this week in the scientific journal Nature Biotechnology details how gene editing was used to wipe out a caged colony of malaria-transmitting mosquitoes. The successful experiment was conducted by a team of researchers at Imperial College...
GBP brushed aside Brexit Doomsday Warning, bull could hold a higher ground ahead of G20 summit The GBP has turned a blind eye to the Brexit doomsday warning made by BoE, as it is holding a tight range just below 1.2800. UK PM still 7 votes behind passing her...
You might think that Instagram has hit peak saturation – surely everyone who wants to post pictures of their plates is doing it already? Nevertheless, this week the picture-sharing social network launched a new, lighter – #thinspo – version of their app in order to broaden their reach into...
Experts disagree with WHO gaming addiction diagnosis An expert in biological psychology has criticised the World Health Organisation’s recent decision to class gaming addiction as a mental health disorder, arguing that the decision risks pathologising a hobby that the vast majority of people can enjoy harmlessly. In January this year, the...
Ahead of the midterm elections, Facebook has been attempting to avoid a repeat of the controversy over democracy-damaging misinformation spread on its sites during the US 2016 presidential race. As part of this effort to better root out misleading and untrustworthy users, Facebook has been carrying out a series of...
As tension mounts in the Middle East, positive steps continue to be made in the Far East between North Korea and its rivals. Early yesterday morning, three US citizens touched down on home soil, having been released from captivity in North Korea only hours before. The move likely constitutes a goodwill...
Empty supermarket shelves, assembly lines paused and airports bereft of fuel – these are just some of the consequences of Brazil’s truckers’ strike this week. For three days, truckers across all 27 Brazilian states created blockages on major roads to protest rising diesel prices. Yesterday evening, Brazil’s state-owned oil...
When does tech become too much? Since Amazon launched its Echo and Echo Dot in 2014, Alexa has become a familiar household name. Inspired by the computer system aboard the Star Trek’s  USS Enterprise, this voice recognition technology allows Echo owners to order groceries, play music and make calls...
The child migrant crisis at the US-Mexico border is intensifying, as the Trump administration remains reluctant to take responsibility for (or end) its policy of separating young children from their parents despite a fierce international outcry. Widespread condemnation of US President Trump has greeted the recent flood of pictures and...
Last year, Prime Minister Theresa May declared the UK’s housing market broken, and this year, the crisis continues. Housing is not being built fast enough to keep up with demand, and prices are surging way above income growth. Recent figures from the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows just how...