News archive from 2 March 2018

Experiencing déjà vu does NOT help you predict what will happen next, study finds

It’s an unsettling feeling you’ve likely experienced at some point in life – that eerie sensation of ‘I’ve been here before.’ And for some, you might even feel as though you know what’s going to happen next. Researchers have long been baffled by the...

 

Meet the cyber SLUG: Scientists develop virtual sea creature that is self-aware and behaves like predators...

Researchers have developed a 'cyberslug' that behaves similarly to the real sea creatures. The artificially intelligent predator is capable of acting like a physical organism, the Pleurobranchaea californica sea slug, which the creature was modeled...

 

Minimalist 'dumb phone' is back with credit-card sized Light Phone 2 that aims to put a stop to social...

A startup has built an anti-smartphone for people who no longer want to be obsessed with their gadgets. Called the Light Phone 2, the device is an ultra-minimalist and elegant 'dumb phone' that can send text messages, make phone calls and serve as an...

 

Saturn-sized exoplanet 700 light-years away has WATER in its atmosphere, NASA reveals

Scientists have spotted a ‘surprising’ amount of water in the atmosphere around a massive planet far beyond our solar system. The planet, known as WASP-39b, sits roughly 700 light-years away and is estimated to have three times more water in its...

 

Major land, air and sea search off Cumbrian coastline

A major land, air and sea search has been taking place off the Cumbrian coast. Two Coastguard teams, two lifeboat crews, a rescue helicopter and police were among those scrambled to St Bees following reports of a "person acting out of...

 
Pamela Anderson reveals why she doesn't want men 'to feel they can't make first move'

Pamela Anderson reveals why she doesn't want men 'to feel they can't make first move'

Now she tells Piers Morgan's Life Stories: "Obviously, I am supportive of women and feel for women that have been made sexual advances on that they don't want, but I also feel for the men too. "I have two young boys and I always was very...

 
Chelsea totally snubbed at London Football Awards as Harry Kane and Ian Wright claim prizes

Chelsea totally snubbed at London Football Awards as Harry Kane and Ian Wright claim prizes

Chelsea were left empty handed at the London Football Awards on Thursday night as Harry Kane was named Premier League Player of the Year. Despite being the reigning champions and the most successful team in the capital in the modern era, every prize...

Metro, 00:03 in Sport
 
Tottenham ready to bid for Liverpool target Marco Reus as he stalls on new Borussia Dortmund contract

Tottenham ready to bid for Liverpool target Marco Reus as he stalls on new Borussia Dortmund contract

Tottenham are ready to capitalise on the hesitancy of Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus as he stalls on signing a new contract with the German club, according to reports. The 28-year-old will be entering the final year of his current deal with...

Metro, 00:03 in Sport
 

Snow in Europe: Deadly winter storm brings chaos

Large parts of Europe are enduring another night of freezing conditions as a Siberian weather system continues to bring chaos. Blizzards and heavy snowfall have closed roads, rail services and schools and forced the cancellations of hundreds of...

BBC, 00:03 in World News
 
Colombia Farc: Election candidate Timochenko taken to hospital

Colombia Farc: Election candidate Timochenko taken to hospital

The presidential candidate of Colombia's demobilised Farc rebel group has been taken to hospital with heart problems, medics say. Rodrigo Londoño - known as Timochenko - fell ill following his daily exercise routine. He has been campaigning across the...

BBC, 00:03 in World News
 

Siemens unveils plans for £200m Yorkshire factory that could create 1,700 new jobs

A £200m state-of-the-art train factory is to be built in Yorkshire in a move which is anticipated to create 1,700 jobs. Industrial giant Siemens has revealed plans for a giant 67 acre site in Goole, East Yorkshire, which will manufacture and...

 
Brain cancer warning - why you should never ignore feeling sleepy

Brain cancer warning - why you should never ignore feeling sleepy

Brain cancer symptoms can be very general, and may be caused by other medical conditions Signs include a severe headache, sleepiness and feeling drowsy See a GP if you have the signs of brain cancer More than 9,000 people are diagnosed with brain...

 
Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho joins Liverpool in race for Napoli star Jorginho - EXCLUSIVE

Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho joins Liverpool in race for Napoli star Jorginho - EXCLUSIVE

Mourinho is desperate to bring in midfield re-enforcements this summer and will try to tempt Napoli with an initial £50m bid. United need a midfield enforcer, with Michael Carrick set to retire and Marouane Fellaini deciding to leave after failing to...

Daily Star, 00:10 in Sport
 
Neo-Nazi groups recruit Britons to fight in Ukraine

Neo-Nazi groups recruit Britons to fight in Ukraine

Neo-Nazi groups involved in the fighting in Ukraine are actively seeking to recruit British far-right activists, a leading anti-fascist watchdog has warned. At least two Britons are thought to have travelled to the war-torn eastern European country in...

 
Five categories for adult diabetes, not just type 1 and type 2, study shows

Five categories for adult diabetes, not just type 1 and type 2, study shows

Diabetes that begins in adulthood falls into five distinct categories, new research has revealed, with scientists suggesting it is time to ditch the idea that diabetes is largely split into two types. Researchers say all of the newly classified...

 


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