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Italian researchers have built the first hydrogen-powered house in Europe

Italian researchers have built the first hydrogen-powered house in Europe


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Xiaomi: Meet our friend CyberOne

Xiaomi: Meet our friend CyberOne


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Can robots trick us into thinking they’re human just by copying our behaviour?

Can robots trick us into thinking they’re human just by copying our behaviour?


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Unprecedented heatwave cooks western Europe, with temperatures hitting 43 degrees Celsius

Unprecedented heatwave cooks western Europe, with temperatures hitting 43 degrees Celsius


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Invasive species: Are they really threatening the Mediterranean Sea and local fisheries?

Invasive species: Are they really threatening the Mediterranean Sea and local fisheries?


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Researchers use Mussel shells to create vases

Researchers use Mussel shells to create vases

France & ‘Forever chemicals’: How toxic are the levels of PFAS found in French tap water and breast milk?

France and ‘Forever chemicals’: How toxic are the levels of PFAS found in French tap water and breast milk?


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Persistent Drought in Ethiopia an Example of Climate Change

Persistent Drought in Ethiopia an Example of Climate Change, Experts Say


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Supermassive black hole in Milky Way pictured for first time

Supermassive black hole in Milky Way pictured for first time


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University of Bristol’s alarming report: Future cyclones may expose 200% population to floods

University of Bristol’s alarming report: Future cyclones may expose 200% population to floods