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Downloadable, printable clothing may be coming to a closet near you. What started as designer Danit Peleg's fashion school project turned into a collection of 3D-printed designs that have the strength and flexibility for everyday wear. "Fashion is a very physical thing," she says. "I wonder what our world will look like when our clothes will be digital."
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A molecule can remove Alzheimer's plaques from the brains of mice and improve learning and memory, scientists find.
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The European Union has formed an alliance with 79 African, Caribbean and Pacific countries in a final push for agreement at COP21.
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Official figures out today show what we spent our money on in 2014.
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Shares in mining firm Anglo American drop by more than 10% after it unveils a huge restructuring programme which will shrink its workforce by more than 60%.
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Consumers are spending more on discretionary items such as cars, sport, and going out to the cinema, figures show.
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Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says people should go meat-free one or two days a week to fight climate change.
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Manufacturing output fell by 0.4% in October from the previous month, official figures show.
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Salesmen have told the BBC they were encouraged to lie and forge to persuade investors to transfer £100m of frozen pension assets.
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Delays to a decision on London's airport expansion are a "failure of leadership", the CBI business lobby group tells the BBC.
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Several banks and building societies in the UK are offering savers returns as low as 0.01%, the City regulator has revealed in the first list of its kind.
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Air France-KLM says the Paris attacks, in which 130 people were killed, led to a €50m drop in revenue but that business was gradually returning to normal.
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UK house price growth eased last month, according to the latest survey from the Halifax.
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November's Black Friday sales failed to boost turnover at UK stores during the month, according to a survey by the British Retail Consortium.
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An earlier portrait of the Mona Lisa has been found under the existing painting using reflective light technology, according to a French scientist.
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Australian mining magnate Clive Palmer is seeking government support for his troubled nickel firm, after a bid for money from a Chinese brokerage was rejected.
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How one show in the Philippines called Eat Bulaga smashed social media records in October, generating more than 41 million tweets in a few hours.
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Asian stocks lower on Tuesday as energy-related shares fell on news that oil prices had dropped to their lowest levels since 2009.
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Farmers need to dramatically cut the amount of antibiotics used in agriculture, because of the threat to human health, a report says.
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Japan's economy has avoided a technical recession in the three months to September, according to revised official numbers.
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Former Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown takes up a role as an adviser at global investment management firm Pimco.
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Cambridge University's Professor Jerome Neufeld and Dr Bryan Lovell show environment correspondent Matt McGrath how carbon capture works.
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American basketball star LeBron James has signed a lifetime deal with the world's biggest sporting goods firm, Nike.
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Rising temperatures are speeding up slow moving landslides in Alaska according to researchers, threatening a major highway.
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BBC environment correspondent Matt McGrath assesses the consequences if the UN Climate Change Convention in Paris fails.
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