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Culture
How technology saved the home stereo
Sarah Wells
Science
New study: In ancient Australia, humans lived in a world with true giants
Scott Hocknull, Anthony Dosseto, Lee Arnold, Renaud Joannes-Boyau, Gilbert Price and Patrick Moss
Science
Could blood-thinners be a lifesaver for Covid-19? Here’s what the science says
Karlheinz Peter, Hannah Stevens and James McFadyen
Culture
As one of the experts urging governors to require masks, here's my pitch.
Jeremy Howard
Innovation
This app can analyze your blood without ever touching you
Sarah Wells
Science
Coronavirus: research reveals a way to predict infection
Tim Spector and Andrew Chan
Science
BCG: Could a 100-year-old vaccine for tuberculosis, protect against Covid-19?
Kylie Quinn, Magdalena Plebanski, Joanna Kirman and Katie Louise Flanagan
Culture
How coronavirus set the stage for a future of robots and A.I.
Amanda Turnbull
Innovation
This cryptocurrency tech could break down Covid-19 research barriers
Sarah Wells
Science
Here's how often you should clean your phone
Lotti Tajouri, Rashed Alghafri, Mariana Campos and Simon McKirdy
Science
Can you get Covid-19 twice? Experts say the science is far from certain
Sanjaya Senanayake
Innovation
A new A.I. fact-checker will hunt fake news on its home turf: Whatsapp
David Grossman
Science
6 countries, 6 curves: how nations that moved fast against Covid-19 avoided disaster
Hassan Vally
Science
Do you have Covid-19 but aren't showing symptoms? A physician answers 5 questions
William Petri
Innovation
What do your tweets say about your happiness?
Sarah Wells
Innovation
Hackers can access your mobile and laptop cameras and record you – cover them up now
David Cook
Science
Studies show technology can treat the lonely brain
Emily S. Cross and Anna Henschel
Science
Why are some people with Covid-19 asymptomatic? Evidence points to 2 factors
Abela Mahimbo, David Isaacs, Melissa Kang and Melanie Wong
Innovation
Your next fitness wearable could be sweat-powered
Sarah Wells
Innovation
Facebook is crowdsourcing the coronavirus fight
David Grossman
Innovation
Quantum computing: One of its biggest obstacles has melted
Sarah Wells
Mind and Body
We don’t know for sure if coronavirus can spread through poo, but it’s possible
Vincent Ho
Mind and Body
3 charts that show a global slowdown in COVID-19 deaths
Danny Dorling
Innovation
Your phone could hold the key to unlocking a win over Covid-19 -- MIT study
Mike Brown
Science
Covid-19: Never has science moved this quickly to a vaccine. Here's what we've done so far.
Ignacio López-Goñi
Science
I studied what happens to reef fish after coral bleaching. What I saw still makes me nauseous.
Jodie L. Rummer
Innovation
Can AI accurately predict the rest of your life?
Sarah Wells
Mind and Body
How diet and exercise impact memory hinges on one uncontrollable factor
Ali Pattillo
Mind and Body
Striking maps highlight how location data could be used to trace coronavirus
Emma Betuel
Innovation
Your phone's PIN code is probably so bad anyone could guess it, study finds
Thor Benson
Science
COVID-19 treatment might already exist in old drugs – we’re using pieces of the coronavirus itself to find them
Nevan Krogan
Mind and Body
9 essential facts about COVID-19 basics, explained
Sanjaya Senanayake
Mind and Body
Ibuprofen and COVID-19 symptoms – here’s what you need to know
Parastou Donyai
Innovation
Will high traffic break the internet? Google is trying to make sure it doesn't
Thor Benson
Innovation
"Public good": new ethics report says you shouldn't own your medical data
Sarah Wells
Science
Your voice assistant might be racist for one troubling reason — study
Sofia Quaglia
Mind and Body
Should I test my gut microbes to improve my health?
Amy Loughman and Heidi Staudacher
Innovation
Is the cure to coronavirus on this spreadsheet?
Sarah Wells
Mind and Body
Coronavirus: Who is at risk and how do we know?
Edward Parker and Beate Kampmann
Mind and Body
9 numbers that forecast the future of Coronavirus
Sofia Quaglia
Innovation
Honeywell has built the most powerful supercomputer in the world
David Grossman
Science
Ancient stone tools tell an epic new story about Neanderthals
Kseniya Kolobova, Maciej T. Krajcarz and Richard 'Bert' Roberts
Science
A maligned human trait is the key to our survival
Connor Wood
Mind and Body
Coronavirus and hand-washing: research shows the importance of hand-drying, too.
Julian Hunt and John Gammon
Innovation
Coronavirus: Tracking its spread will be down to machine learning
Thor Benson
Culture
"Happy Birthday": Science explains why the one song everybody knows is so hard to sing
Bryan Nichols
Science
Can it always be daylight saving time? 5 surprising benefits
Steve Calandrillo
Mind and Body
One low-tech behavior can prevent coronavirus
Michelle Sconce Massaquoi
Innovation
"OK Google": How a hacker can surf into your phone silently
Sarah Wells
Culture
Vital Signs: a 3-point plan to reach zero emissions by 2050
Richard Holden