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Physicists design a new photon collider from existing technology, paving a way to show that light can be converted into matter in the lab.
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The British Museum carries out scans on eight Egyptian mummies that reveal unprecedented details about these people, and how they lived and died.
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The British Museum has carried out scans on eight Egyptian mummies, revealing unprecedented details about these people, how they lived and how they died.
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The US charges five Chinese army officers with hacking into private-sector companies to gain trade secrets, in the first espionage case of its kind.
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What makes a great leader? Management theorist Simon Sinek suggests, it’s someone who makes their employees feel secure, who draws staffers into a circle of trust. But creating trust and safety — especially in an uneven economy — means taking on big responsibility.
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A new assessment of the shape of Greenland's glacier fjords suggests the ice region will make a larger contribution to sea-level rise than first thought.
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Luxury German carmaker BMW signs a four-year extension to its sponsorship of the European Tour golf series.
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Game intends to relist on the London Stock Exchange two years after the video game retailer collapsed into administration.
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Why might Google pay $1bn for a games broadcaster?
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David Cameron says the government remains "neutral" over a bid by US drugs giant Pfizer for British firm AstraZeneca, as the takeover attempt reaches its final stages.
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The British government challenged the scientific world, 300-years-ago, to work out how to pinpoint a ship's precise location at sea, using longitude.
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Bentley announces plans to recruit more than 140 workers at its factory in Crewe, Cheshire.
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Ryanair's full-year profits have fallen for the first time in five years.
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A giant poster has been put up in Sheffield to help remove pollution from the air
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A recently-hatched crane chick gives conservationists fresh hope about seeing a new generation of wild cranes in the west of Britain.
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Former CBI chief Sir Richard Lambert discusses the introduction of a new independent body to oversee the banking industry.
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Ex-IMF boss to sue over film
19 May 2014 9:56:38
Ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn is to sue US film director Abel Ferrara over his movie allegedly inspired by the politician's sex scandal.
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Antarctica is now losing about 160 billion tonnes of ice a year to the ocean - twice as much as when the continent was last surveyed.
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A new campaign is launched to highlight efforts to better conserve one of the UK's rarest bumblebees.
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Those planning their retirement should try and plan for an income of at least £15,000 a year, according to an industry report.
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Scottish independence could mean Scots paying more VAT on goods such as children's clothing, according to the Scottish Conservatives.
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Banks have agreed to report each year on their behaviour and competence under measures set out by former CBI chief Sir Richard Lambert.
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Ryanair's full year profits have fallen for the first time in five years after intense price competition from rivals.
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Thailand's economy shrinks in the first quarter as ongoing political struggle affects businesses at home and deters foreign investors.
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UK drugs company AstraZeneca rejects the improved "final" £69bn takeover offer from US firm Pfizer.
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