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May on collision course with Conservative backbenchers over hard Brexit

As prime minister prioritises control of immigration and withdrawal from EU law, MPs press for deal that would keep UK in single market<p>Theresa May insisted that controlling immigration and withdrawing from the jurisdiction of the European court of justice would be her priorities during EU exit …

United Kingdom

Syrian government 'drops chlorine gas' on rebel-held part of Aleppo

Activists and rescue workers say government aircraft dropped chlorine bombs Dozens of men, women and children suffer breathing difficulties, reports say<p>Syrian activists and rescue workers in the rebel-held part of the contested city of Aleppo said that government warplanes dropped suspected …

Middle East

EE begins rolling out a faster 4G network

Like any four-year-old, EE's 4G network hasn't yet fulfilled its potential. For its last major upgrade, the carrier flipped the switch on Cat 6 LTE-Advanced two years ago; and today, EE has announced it's begun rolling out even faster Cat 9 technology (the first UK provider to do so, it seems). …

How Natalya Brikner Became a Rocket Scientist and CEO Before 30 - MIT Technology Review

As Natalya Brikner worked her way through a PhD at MIT’s Space Propulsion Laboratory, she assumed she’d go on to become a professor in the field. She …

Imaging

Johns Hopkins opens world's first Zika virus center

Johns Hopkins Medicine has launched the Johns Hopkins Wilmer Zika Center, where medical professionals focus on caring for patients with the Zika …

MIT's new 3D-printer makes objects that remember their shape

3D printing has done a lot for medical science. It's helped us create better prosthetics, manufacture artificial vertebrae and even develop smaller internal cameras. Next, it could help us revolutionize medication delivery. MIT researchers are using a new 3D-printing process to create tiny …

Hackers hit SCAN Health Plan, breach data of nearly 90,000 patients

Long Beach, California-based SCAN Health Plan reported its contact sheets' system had been breached by an unauthorized party, which exposed the data …

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Global cybercrime costs will exceed $6T annually by 2021

The cost of cybercrime around the globe will exceed $6 trillion annually by 2021 – more than double the annual cybercrime costs of 2015, according to …

Cybersecurity

Nobel Prize in chemistry commends finding and use of green fluorescent protein

Chemistry

15 Great Businesses You Can Start While Keeping Your Day Job

According to a Pew Research Center study, self-employed Americans, of which there were 14.6 million in 2014, accounted for 10 percent of our total …

M2 Premium Videos

China's pushy parents enrolling their toddlers in 'CEO courses'

Children as young as three are being enrolled in “CEO courses” in China as pushy parents become obsessed with giving their offspring an advantage over their young peers.<p>The toddlers will become qualified in determining “real and fake friendships” and “techniques in dealing with conflicts among …

Neuroscience Of Mindfulness: How To Make Your Mind Happy

Everybody is talking about mindfulness… but nobody seems to be able to explain clearly what the heck it really is. Ask people and you’ll hear, “Umm, …

Magic

A woman with schizophrenia told us what it's really like to live with incurable hallucinations

That was how she understood the specters that flitted through her room at night, moved things around, and made faces at her from the branches of trees.<p>Raised in the Southern Baptist community of Indian Land, South Carolina, Star Withers used her faith to understand a universe that she said seemed …

Mental Health