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New French app to help eat clean, waste

Eat less fat and less sweet, avoid allergies, buy more local and sustainable foods, all thanks to your mobile phone. Dozens of applications are working to meet these increasingly

Egyptian adventurer wants space to be a

Egyptian adventurer Omar Samra has returned from a lunar simulation mission focusing on researching human factors in space.

Ethiopia opens Africas first

Ethiopia is home to the continent’s first waste-to-energy facility after a launch of the Reppie project over the weekend. President Mulatu Teshome and other high level

Smart technologies to promote elderly

In Shanghai, the local government is also using a household water monitoring system to record the real-time water usage in each apartment

Facebook will not remove fake news - but

Facebook says it will not remove fake news from its website because it does not violate its community standards. The social network is currently running an advertising campaign

Facebook will not remove fake news - but

Facebook says it will not remove fake news from its website because it does not violate its community standards. The social network is currently running an advertising campaign

BlackFly is latest attempt at flying car

A flying car that will not require a pilots licence to operate has been unveiled in California. BlackFly can travel for up to 25 miles (40km) at a speed of 62mph. Its makers

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Orchid Business Group, Enel Green Power

October 24, 2017 - A consortium of Enel Green Power, a subsidiary of Italian power giant Enel, and Ethiopian infrastructure company Orchid Business Group has won a 100MW (AC)

First NHS-funded internet addiction

The centre for internet disorders will be a life-changer for those who struggle with an addiction to gaming, says its founder

Why is the UK running out of CO2 and

A carbon dioxide (CO2) shortage has led to fears of disruption to food and fizzy drink supplies in the UK.

Why does Indias air look different from

There is something very distinct about the air over India and the surrounding countries in South Asia.

Chilling carbon bubble study warns

New research suggests a dramatic decline in demand for fossil fuel in the near future will trigger a carbon bubble built on long-term investments to burst Advances in clean

Carbon bubble could cost global economy

A rapid reduction in demand for fossil fuels could see global economic losses of $1-4 trillion by 2035 according to a new report.

Methane ice dunes found on Pluto by Nasa

Scientists say they have found evidence of dunes of frozen methane on Pluto.

Kenya to launch first locally made

The Nano-satellite was developed by students and researchers of the University of Nairobi in partnership with Japanese Space Agency.

Dolphin happiness measured by scientists

Scientists working with dolphins at a marine park near Paris have attempted to measure how the animals feel about aspects of their lives in captivity.

Moonwalker and space artist Alan Bean

Alan Beans death leaves only four Apollo moonwalkers still alive: Buzz Aldrin, Dave Scott, Charlie Duke and Harrison Schmitt.

Macron meets Facebooks Zuckerberg, asks

French President Emmanuel Macron told executives from the world’s biggest technology firms that he believed in innovation but that he wanted tougher regulations and for them to

A number of high-profile US news

The Chicago Times and LA Times were among those posting messages saying they were currently unavailable in most European countries. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

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