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Competition watchdog launches probe into proposed takeover of ticket resale website Stubhub by rival

Competition watchdog launches formal probe into proposed takeover of ticket resale website Stubhub by rival Viagogo By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 22:29 BST, 16 April 2020 | Updated: 22:29 BST, 16 April 2020 The competition watchdog has launched a formal probe into the proposed takeover of ticket resale website Stubhub by rival … Read more Competition watchdog launches probe into proposed takeover of ticket resale website Stubhub by rival

A ‘MEGADROUGHT’ is likely to emerge in the southwest of North America driven by climate change

The West coast is on course for a MEGADROUGHT that will be the worst in modern history, researchers warn The southwest area of North America has been in a drought since 2000 This is deemed the worst one to hit the area in the past 1,200 years Researchers found the drought is a result of … Read more A ‘MEGADROUGHT’ is likely to emerge in the southwest of North America driven by climate change

David Beckham leads celebrity tributes to ‘truly inspiring’ WWII hero Captain Tom Moore, 99

David Beckham, Lewis Hamilton and Geri Horner led the celebrity tributes to WWII hero Captain Tom Moore on Thursday, as the veteran completed his charity walk, raising more than £14million for the NHS. Captain Tom, 99, completed his target of 100 laps around his garden at his home in Marston Moretaine, Bedfordshire, on Thursday- a fortnight … Read more David Beckham leads celebrity tributes to ‘truly inspiring’ WWII hero Captain Tom Moore, 99

AI-powered software can detect coronavirus in chest X-rays in SECONDS and with 98 percent accuracy 

US healthcare officials are working tirelessly to deliver coronavirus test results in a timely manner, but the process includes getting tested, having the sample processed and then delivering the results. Now, a scientist has developed new technology that can produce a diagnosis in just a matter of seconds and with 98 percent accuracy.   Barath Narayanan, … Read more AI-powered software can detect coronavirus in chest X-rays in SECONDS and with 98 percent accuracy 

Ministers are in talks about ordering UK public to use protective equipment at work

Office staff could be asked to wear masks to allow a widespread return to work. Ministers are discussing ordering the use of protective equipment in the workplace and on public transport, the Daily Mail can reveal. They believe it could be the only way to allow a widespread return to normality once the home lockdown ends.  … Read more Ministers are in talks about ordering UK public to use protective equipment at work

Rootbound by Alice Vincent review: ‘A hopeful memoir of self-discovery and horticulture’

Alice Vincent presents a beguiling bouquet in Rootbound: Rewilding A Life, her hopeful memoir of self-discovery and horticulture By Hephzibah Anderson Published: 22:01 BST, 29 February 2020 | Updated: 22:01 BST, 29 February 2020 Rootbound: Rewilding A Life   Alice Vincent                                  … Read more Rootbound by Alice Vincent review: ‘A hopeful memoir of self-discovery and horticulture’

Bezos tells shareholders that Amazon is preparing to test all employees

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos informed shareholders on Thursday that the company is preparing to test all of its employees for the coronavirus amid warehouse worker protest Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos informed shareholders on Thursday that the company is preparing to test all of its employees for the coronavirus amid warehouse workers protesting over health and … Read more Bezos tells shareholders that Amazon is preparing to test all employees

Bookie Paddy Power still paying staff as it opts out of furlough scheme

Paddy Power shouldering millions of pounds of staffing costs after opting not to use Government’s furlough scheme despite sending shop workers home By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 22:30 BST, 16 April 2020 | Updated: 22:30 BST, 16 April 2020 Paddy Power is shouldering millions of pounds of staffing costs after opting not … Read more Bookie Paddy Power still paying staff
as it opts out of furlough scheme

MIT engineers develop new system for monitoring plant distress with microscopic nanotubes

Plants feel pain too! Chemical engineers at MIT develop system to monitor when plants are distressed by embedding microscopic nanotubes into their leaves Chemical engineers tested a monitoring system for damaged plant cells They inject microscopic nanotubes into cells and measure hydrogen peroxide Plant cells release hydrogen peroxide as part of a natural damage response … Read more MIT engineers develop new system for monitoring plant distress with microscopic nanotubes