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‘1Billion Africa’ launches ‘Tech2Orphans ’

BY RAMSON ACQUAH-HAYFORD 1BILLION AFRICA, a civil society organisation whose aim is to challenge young people to act on the problems they see in their communities and turn them into projects, on Saturday  began the second phase of their ‘Tech2Orphans’ programme at Potter’s Village Palace, an orphanage  in Dodowa. The …

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Photos of vigil for Major Mahama

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Where next for solar-powered flight?

Jonathan Amos Science correspondent There was something mesmerising about watching Solar Impulse come in to land, particularly at night. Moving slowly but deliberately, its LEDs lighting the way – the plane did look very different to anything we would recognise at an airport. This Swiss project set out to achieve …

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Scenes of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show sausage

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Facebook’s drones – made in Britain

In a warehouse in Somerset, the latest phase in Facebook’s bid for world domination has been taking shape. Or, to put it less dramatically, the social network’s plan to connect millions in developing countries is proceeding. It is called Project Aquila and involves building solar-powered aircraft which will fly for …

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Moorfields, Google – and a problem with sharing

Rory Cellan-Jones Technology correspondent It is a fascinating experiment that brings together Google’s artificial intelligence division and one of the world’s leading centres for the treatment of eye conditions. But the research project that has seen Moorfields Hospital hand over retinal scans to DeepMind has already proved controversial – and, …

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Cat drone inventor works on flying cows

A Dutch inventor has started work on his next project – a cow drone. Bart Jansen is best known for turning his dead cat Orville into a drone. His next flying venture aims to see humans riding on their animals in the sky. “I never know what the next thing …

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