A better understanding of the scientific turkeys of the 19th century may provide a stark warning about the value of mainstream scientific thought today.
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New technology to help protect miners.
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If it's not going to be any good?
The Finnish giant announces massive cutbacks as its bid to challenge Apple and Android phones falls flat.
The secrecy of a controversial new cryptographic technique is guaranteed, not by quantum mechanics, but by the laws of thermodynamics, say physicists
The process of making a famous problem in logic even harder reveals fascinating insights into the relationship between logic and language
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It's even got a fingerprint reader. Will it catch on?