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Sanjana Varghese was previously a Wellcome scholar at the New Statesman. She writes about science and technology.
Sophisticated hackers and unprecedented data collection are only some of the challenges that Britain’s intelligence service will face in the next 100 years.
The collaboration aims to provide “heritage” holidays – and gives a free pass to unscientific ideas.
Unionisation and other forms of organisation are addressing both working conditions and bigger questions.
Once thought to be impossible, these images of a black hole, 54 million light years away, are one of the most significant scientific breakthroughs in human history.
The government has as good as admitted that its attitude toward medicinal marijuana is simply wrong. Now it must do something about it.
Dispensaries already exist around Canada, and they are remarkably similar to your average coffee shop.
“We don’t want to preserve Aleppo as this theatre of war. We want to bring out the essence of the city.”
The protests reflect anger at a higher education model that treats staff as service providers and students as consumers.
Given its “Do No Evil” motto, Google’s decision to work with the world’s most robust military agency may seem surprising.
For some counter-culture genres of music, the digital revolution has been a blessing as well as a curse.