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Monday November 30, 2020

One of biology's biggest mysteries 'largely solved' by AI
The advance is expected to accelerate research into a host of human diseases, including Covid-19.

Ransomware halts classes for 115,000 Baltimore pupils
Baltimore County public schools shut after a cyber-attack knocks lessons offline.

Brexit: Ministers unveil next steps in England's farming policy
The post-Brexit plans for farm payments are the most significant for 50 years, the government says.

Nemonte Nenquimo: The indigenous leader named 'environmental hero'
Nemonte Nenquimo is one of the six environmental leaders to be awarded this year's Goldman Prize.

Could Cornwall see a Lithium-ion battery revolution?
British Lithium is prospecting in the county to find economically viable seams of the element.

Why 2020 has been good for England's beavers
Homes for these "ultimate environmental engineers" have been set up in enclosures across England.

The tech allowing students to sit exams at home
Machine learning is helping firms across many industries more quickly solve difficult challenges.

Huawei ban: UK to impose early end to use of new 5G kit
The cut-off date of September for the installation of new equipment is earlier than expected.

Sunday November 29, 2020

Utah monolith: Has the mysterious metal object disappeared?
Utah officials and images on social media suggest the shiny desert structure has been taken down.

How green and profitable are e-scooters?
Wayne Ting, chief executive of e-scooter firm Lime, says there's room for improvement.

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