Speck Presidio Grip for LG V60 ThinQ: Two layers of protection, Microban treatment

While a Dual Screen cover option helps your productivity, it's also bulky and not optimal for every situation. The new Speck Presidio Grip protects the LG V60 an takes away the danger of sliding off of your counter.

He bought Apple's AirPods Pro. Now they're saving his marriage

Working from home creates all sorts of new issues. Especially if there's more than one person doing the working.

Alleviating effects of noni fruit polysaccharide on hepatic oxidative stress and inflammation in rats under a high-fat diet and its possible mechanisms

Food Funct., 2020, Accepted ManuscriptDOI: 10.1039/D0FO00178C, PaperXiaobing Yang, Wenjing Mo, Chuangjin Zheng, Wenzhi Li, Jian Tang, Xiaoyong WuNon-alcoholic fatty liver disease is associated with the gut microbiota, oxidative stress, and inflammation. We aimed to investigate the possible mechanism by which noni fruit polysaccharide (NFP) improved hepatic oxidative...The content of this RSS Feed (c) The Royal Society of Chemistry

Docker servers targeted by new Kinsing malware campaign

Hackers breach Docker clusters via administrative API ports left exposed online without a password.

Ta3N5-nanorods enabling highly efficient water oxidation via advantageous light harvesting and charges collection

Energy Environ. Sci., 2020, Accepted ManuscriptDOI: 10.1039/D0EE00220H, PaperYuriy Pihosh, Tsutomu Minegishi, Vikas Nandal, Tomohiro Higashi, Masao Katayama, Taro Yamada, Yutaka Sasaki, Kazuhiko Seki, Yohichi Suzuki, Mamiko Nakabayashi, Masakazu Sugiyama, Kazunari DomenAn efficient conversion of solar energy to hydrogen through photoelectrochemical (PEC) water splitting is a strategic and promising goal towards clean, green and sustainable fuel production.

Why some UK health workers are wearing bin bags

One intensive care doctor describes the reality faced by some UK health workers on the front line.

How a Rastafarian village gave Hollywood Peter Pan

A child actor from a small religious community in Antigua is bringing the timeless character to life.

Madam CJ Walker: 'An inspiration to us all'

How an African-American orphan and single mother founded a business empire - 114 years ago.

Coronavirus: Dealing with addiction while in lockdown

Support meetings for recovering addicts have been cancelled in the lockdown. Here's how one man is coping.

Plagues, zombies and vampires: How Hollywood handles deadly viruses

As online audiences flock to movies like Contagion, we explore how viruses are depicted on film.

Coronavirus: Sophie Raworth's deserted London

BBC presenter's photographs of deserted streets as she runs to work in central London.

Coronavirus: Scientists brand 5G claims 'complete rubbish'

Claims 5G harms immune systems or spreads the virus have been condemned by the scientific community.

Coronavirus: Why Dutch lockdown may be a high-risk strategy

As coronavirus spreads rapidly the Dutch official stance has been criticised as cold-hearted.

Coronavirus: New York virus deaths surge past 3,500

The state sees another record daily increase in fatalities as its coronavirus outbreak worsens.

UK's top footballers uneasy over pay cut plan

The Professional Footballers' Association warns that proposals for a 30% pay cut in the Premier League would be "detrimental to our NHS".

Justin Langer: Australia coach sees value in behind-closed-doors games

Australia coach Justin Langer says playing cricket behind closed doors when safe to do could have "great value" to the public.

Pixar pioneers behind Toy Story animation win "Nobel Prize" of computing

The men who made films like Toy Story and Finding Nemo possible spoke to the BBC about winning the Turing Award.

Coronavirus: ‘I’m digging graves for people who are still living’

As local councils prepare for coronavirus deaths, a gravedigger in Cornwall has been asked by his local parish to dig extra graves.

Coronavirus: How a church sings when the choir can't meet

A church in London has found a way to create the musical experience of a service despite the coronavirus restrictions.

Learning how to make an igloo in the Antarctic

The BBC's Justin Rowlatt learnt to make an igloo while visiting Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier.

Romans-sur-Isère: Two killed and others wounded in France knife attack

A man is in custody after shoppers were attacked in a suspected terror incident in Romans-sur-Isère.

Coronavirus: Five-year-old among latest UK victims

A child with underlying health conditions is among 708 people whose deaths were reported in the past day.

Coronavirus: Spain 'close to passing peak' as deaths fall again

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has extended lockdown measures in the country until 25 April.

Coronavirus: 'We're on our knees' says nurse

A nurse posted a video to a Facebook group after a long and difficult shift in ICU amid the coronavirus pandemic.

UK mast fire probe amid 5G coronavirus claims

There have been fires at masts in Birmingham, Liverpool and Melling in Merseyside.

Kobe Bryant: NBA great inducted into Naismith Hall of Fame

Kobe Bryant, who died in January, will be posthumously inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

AI runs smack up against a big data problem in COVID-19 diagnosis

Researchers around the world have quickly pulled together combinations of neural networks that show real promise in diagnosing COVID-19 from chest X-rays and CT scans. But a lack of data is hampering the ability of many efforts to move forward. Some kind of global data sharing may be the answer.

AI runs smack up against a big data problem in COVID-19 diagnosis

Researchers around the world have quickly pulled together combinations of neural networks that show real promise in diagnosing COVID-19 from chest X-rays and CT scans. But a lack of data is hampering the ability of many efforts to move forward. Some kind of global data sharing may be the answer.

Keir Starmer elected new UK Labour leader

The 57-year old MP wins a decisive victory over two rivals and vows to lead party "into new era".

Liverpool furlough some non-playing staff

Liverpool place some of their staff on furlough, in response to the ongoing suspension of the Premier League because of the coronavirus crisis.

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