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The French Tech Visa is open to foreign startup and scale-up founders and employees, investors and business angels

France launches French Tech Visa to bring more startups and entrepreneurs to the country

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Glowing like a deep-sea fish, this dress is coated with bacteria

This beautiful dress has a glowing secret: bacteria

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There is an increasing focus on how important play is in education, not just from Lego but from other firms including Microsoft.

Bill Gates' company recently launched Minecraft: Education Edition, following a six-month beta that saw more than 50,000 students and teachers around the world testing out the software

Love Lego? The University of Cambridge is looking for a 'professor of play'

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Want to get the very best #NintendoSwitch experience at launch? You might want to sit your wallet down before telling it how much that could cost: [ Wired.uk Link ]

Here's how much it will cost for all the Nintendo Switch kit

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Apple is putting app store prices up. Here's what else has happened since the referendum

Eight real-world ways Brexit has hit science, technology and design

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It would be capable of 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 calculations per second

China says it will finish 'super supercomputer' prototype this year

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Lab rats of the world are rejoicing in their masses! Researchers at the Wyss Institute at Harvard University have built a robot that can chain smoke cigarettes, just like a human, to better understand lung diseases. No more smoking rodents
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Almost 40,000 people were overcharged a total of £245,000

Ofcom hits EE with £2.7 million fine for overcharging customers

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MIT chemists have developed a 3D printing technique that allows them to print objects, then add new polymers which alter the material's chemical composition and mechanical properties

3D printing technique lets you change an object's colour using light

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A mobile phone 'case' has been used to detect cancer-related mutations in DNA for the first time

3D-printed phone attachment could help identify TB and Ebola

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Creative AIs are transforming culture - and the pages of WIRED

Novels, pop songs and artwork: AI is taking on culture

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The social media company will host 10-15 companies in the incubator every six months

Facebook's first startup incubator will be in Paris

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Ambulances in Stockholm, Sweden will soon be able to interrupt in-car music to make sure motorists are always aware an emergency vehicle is nearby

Ambulances can now interrupt music to let you know there's an emergency

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Essentially, BAE wants to hand the British military - or anyone that will pay the price and pass regulations - the ability to turn the sky into a powerful lens for spying on enemies, a mirage to deflect them, or a giant invisible shield

BAE is working on a mirage-maker and invisible shield for the skies

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China alone more than doubled its production of so-called e-waste between 2010 and 2015 to 6.7 million tonnes, an increase of 107%

Toxic e-waste in Asia jumps 63% in five years

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Flying cars are getting closer to reality. Airbus will be testing its prototype by the end of this year

Airbus will test a 'flying car' by the end of 2017

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