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Heidelberg researchers are following vehicles through city streets, sampling their exhaust plumes to get a real-world perspective on emissions.
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Scientists think they can now tie the disruption that hit Mayan civilisation in the 6th Century to an eruption of the El Chichon volcano.
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US printer manufacturer Lexmark is being bought by a Chinese-led group for $3.6bn (£2.5bn).
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The Indian Premier League is well underway, with two new cricket clubs to replace teams that were suspended for corruption. But are the organisers doing enough to restore the IPL's image?
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The UK science community draws vital benefits from EU membership and could lose influence in the event of an exit, says a House of Lords report.
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Malaysian Airlines chief executive Christoph Mueller resigns after less than one year of leading the carriers efforts to reorganise.
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Baboons form a queue and wait their turn for access to a patch of food, according to researchers.
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Teachers would get a special legal status under plans in Argentina
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Four ways Nasa is teaching us to be greener
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A brief history of currency in five objects
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The BBC's Simon Jack reports on how the single market works and and the free trade zones that Michael Gove wants the UK to join.
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Later this week China will announce more details about a mission to Mars.
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Yahoo reports a fall in revenues and profits for the first three months of 2016, as the company reviews offers from potential bidders.
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Tata's Port Talbot chief to launch management buyout of company's operations in the UK
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Computer chip maker Intel says it is cutting 12,000 jobs - about 11% of its workforce - over the next 12 months.
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The President of Emirates Airline has told the BBC that falling oil prices are actually tough for his industry.
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Investigators looking for the missing Malaysian airliner, flight MH370, have identified two pieces of debris that are "almost certainly" from the plane.
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Bank of England governor Mark Carney says it is not politics but duty that makes him speak out over the risks of the EU referendum.
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A new study into the use of 4G in the UK has found all four networks provide limited access to the service
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As different as we humans are from one another, we all age along the same great sequence, and the shared patterns of our lives pass into the pages of the books we love. In this moving talk, journalist Joshua Prager explores the stages of life through quotations from Norman Mailer, Joyce Carol Oates, William Trevor and other great writers, set to visualizations by graphic designer Milton Glaser. "Books tell us who we've been, who we are, who we will be, too," Prager says.
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Companies which cut staff perks to compensate for the higher cost of the new minimum wage should be mindful of the risk to their reputation, Chancellor George Osborne has warned.
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Justice Secretary Michael Gove tells the BBC we could have a "free trade and friendly co-operation" with the EU. What is the difference between that and a Single Market?
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Goldman Sachs' profits fall for the fourth quarter in a row, partly as a result of lower commodity prices such as oil.
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Age UK has been criticised by the Charity Commission, after it recommended an energy tariff that was not the cheapest available.
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Power-tool maker Dewalt has entered the smartphone market with a tough handset designed for construction workers
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