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The life-saving potential of face coverings is being widely researched. But one woman is bringing an inclusive innovation.
There may be a silver lining to virtual classrooms and distance learning, which many universities and schools across the world have adopted due to Covid-19.
Successful drone delivery has proven over the past few years to be less about the technology and more about how the drones are used.
Who better to study the sea than a surfer? They are using their surf boards to collect data on ocean warming.
The red metal’s pliability, conductivity and durability has been used in everything from early tools to plumbing to modern electronics & now healthcare.
Countries have already started banning petrol cars, but we need to ensure there is enough infrastructure to handle an increasing number of electric vehicles.
A new study, which covers nearly 20,000 adults in 27 countries, reveals where in the world the take-up for a Covid vaccine would be the strongest.
As tiny as a grain of fine sand, hidden microplastics cannot be collected and recycled. But, little by little, they’re adding up to a huge problem.
The pandemic has given rise to many new conspiracy theories – and UNESCO wants to educate people to identify and debunk them.
Countries are embracing reforestation, from Pakistan paying unemployed people to plant 10 billion trees, to a Chinese mobile app funding 120 million trees.