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This futuristic jetsuit is allowing humans to take flight
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This 300-million-year-old insect is helping future drones take flight
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El Salvador is a nose ahead of the rest in the battle against COVID-19 - with sniffer dogs.
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French village says 'non' to Elon Musk's space-age internet
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Lab grown wood could mean no more deforestation, say scientists
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Belgian city of Leuven recognised as 'innovation hub' with EU award
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This invention could provide a billion people with clean water by 2027
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Robot sloth hangs from trees to spy on endangered animals
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French company develops self-cleaning fabric that kills viruses
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Thousands of Swedes have been pioneering the use of futuristic microchips that are implanted under the skin of the hand. Now the technology could be introduced to other parts of Europe, like Italy.
Engineers and developers join forces in bid to find COVID-19 solutions
Meet the Lithuanian start-up developing an app that will link volunteers with elderly people in need during the coronavirus lockdown.
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Global problems, like the current COVID-19 crisis and the climate emergency, do not respect borders. Solutions to these issues are most likely to come when people coordinate their efforts across sectors, cultures and national boundaries, and not succumb to the short-sightedness views of populism.
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Digital health tech and AI headline CES Las Vegas
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Google says its so-called quantum computer solved a problem in minutes that would take today's best supercomputer thousands of years to crack.
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