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How one NGO is using 3D printers to improve disaster relief

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Bad ACTA?

Dozens of countries have signed on to the Anti-Counterfeit Trade Agreement, or ACTA, in a bid to comba intellectual property rights violations. While the pact may have noble intentions to crack down on piracy, it is sparking widespread opposition around the world for its tough penalties and that the agreement is largely being negotiated in secret.

By Eric Olander

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2017-04-28 technology

How one NGO is using 3D printers to improve disaster relief

In this edition, we tell you about the Cassini mission, which is wrapping up its 13-year probe of Saturn's system. NASA's unmanned spacecraft has survived the first of 22 planned...

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2017-04-21 technology

How fintech is helping the unbanked

In this edition, we tell you more about the fintech revolution and how it's challenging the entire finance industry. We also speak to American rapper-turned-tech entrepreneur...

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2017-04-15 technology

Sailing towards the future

This week, we take you to Saint-Malo in Brittany as the Energy Observer, the world's first self-sufficient boat, sets sail for a six-year voyage around the world. With solar...

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2017-03-17 technology

How museums are turning to technology

In this special edition dedicated to how museums are turning digital, we speak to Jake Barton, the main digital architect of New York City's 9/11 memorial. We ask him how...

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2017-03-31 technology

Merging brains with computers

Connecting your brain to computers to improve your memory, treat neurodisorders and help you keep up with AI: that's what Elon Musk plans to do with his latest business venture,...

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