The UK’s windfall tax on energy firms should be scrapped or it will have a “detrimental impact” on investment in the domestic sector, a UK oil and gas body has said.
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The country has already begun producing electricity from the second turbine of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) despite opposition from downstream neighbours Egypt and Sudan.
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The Online Safety Bill, which will compel social media platforms to tackle online harms, is “not fit for purpose”, IT experts have said.
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A multinational research team led by University College London has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm that can identify minute brain anomalies that lead to epileptic seizures.
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Advanced, the provider of digital services like patient check-in and NHS 111, has suffered a cyber attack that could take up to four weeks to resolve.
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Taking place September 9-18 2022, the English events have a theme this year of 'Astounding Inventions'. Labelled as England’s largest festival of history and culture, Heritage Open Days (HOD) ...
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TV presenter Dr Shini Somara talks to Chloe Sales, who certainly did not expect her career to take the direction it did. After unexpectedly trying her hand at welding, she completed an apprenticeship.
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Why not delve into some more engineering-related experiments when you have some free time? This week, Neil Downie shows you how to make a yacht that sails down a wire.
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A bioengineered cornea made of collagen protein from pig’s skin could restore sight to the visually impaired, researchers at Sweden's Linköping University have said.
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Researchers have developed a model that leverages neural networks to forecast flashovers, one of the leading causes of firefighter deaths.
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Antarctica’s coastal ice shelf is losing icebergs at double the rate previously estimated, two Nasa studies have found.
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Full, superfast broadband could be just around the corner for everyone on the planet, thanks to swarms of small satellites.
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