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Friday April 20, 2018

Closing gender gap in physics 'will take generations'
The gender gap in science subjects like physics is likely to persist for hundreds of years, study suggests.

National Trust needs to be 'radical'
The new director-general of the National Trust says the charity needs to reach out to people in urban areas.

Robo farmers
Farmers are working on robotic solutions due to a shortage of human workers to pick difficult crops.

Thursday April 19, 2018

UK weather: Why this isn't a heatwave... yet
People across the UK have been enjoying unusually warm weather, but when can we call it a heatwave?

Bajau people 'evolved bigger spleens' for free-diving
In an example of human natural selection, Asia's Bajau people have evolved bigger spleens for diving.

Poison project
Scientist Vladimir Uglev has no doubt the agent that poisoned the Skripals was made in Russia.

Plastic straw and cotton bud ban proposed
Plan for a ban in England is announced as Commonwealth leaders are urged to tackle plastic waste.

Facebook to exclude billions from European privacy laws
A total of 1.5 billion international Facebook users will not be protected under GDPR.

Ikea's TaskRabbit app back online after data breach
The odd jobs marketplace has been investigating a "cyber-security incident".

TalkTalk and Vodafone top complaints chart again
TalkTalk, Vodafone and BT drew the most complaints for their services, the regulator says.

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