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Tasmanian devils offer scientists clues for new cancer immunotherapy treatments
UK motorists have concerns over trust in Driver-less vehicles

UK motorists have concerns over trust in Driver-less vehicles

Motorists appear to be embracing some technological advances, with 59% wanting adaptive cruise control and 58% advanced automatic emergency braking.

UK businesses must get serious about AI to compete globally

UK businesses must get serious about AI to compete globally

Organisations using AI at scale are performing better than those which are not, research suggests.

Manufacturers remain concerned over Brexit as sector shrinks again

Manufacturers remain concerned over Brexit as sector shrinks again

The latest PMI data, which is closely followed by economists, was better than expected but remains in negative territory.

New ultrasound technology ‘can spot cancer earlier’

New ultrasound technology ‘can spot cancer earlier’

A new ultrasound technology that could pick up far more cases of cancer and cut the need for biopsies has been developed by scientists.

Businesses ‘beyond disillusioned’ with Brexit brinkmanship – CBI deputy chief

Businesses ‘beyond disillusioned’ with Brexit brinkmanship – CBI deputy chief

His comments came after Michael Gove claimed that the automotive and retail sectors were ready for a no-deal Brexit.

Stagecoach trial the UK’s first single deck autonomous bus

Stagecoach trial the UK’s first single deck autonomous bus

The system uses multiple sensors such as radar, optical cameras and ultrasound to detect and avoid objects.

Space agency launches scheme to attract young people

Space agency launches scheme to attract young people

The sector generates billions of pounds for the economy and creates around 42,000 jobs.

Project xCloud streaming service will be coming to the UK in October

Project xCloud streaming service will be coming to the UK in October

Xbox’s new video gaming streaming service will begin a public beta test in the UK next month.

Tasmanian devils offer scientists clues for new cancer immunotherapy treatments

Tasmanian devils offer scientists clues for new cancer immunotherapy treatments

Proteins that are active in both human cancers and Tasmanian devil facial tumours may give clues to how cancers evade the immune system.