Tech & Science Daily: Twitter’s Dorsey welcomes Elon takeover

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Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has welcomed Elon Musk’s all-but-done takeover of the social media platform.

An agreement was reached on Monday for the Tesla owner to purchase the social media platform for $44billion.

Professor Charlie Beckett, the Director of Polis the Journalism think tank at the London School of Economics, explains why it’ll be a challenge for Elon.

A professor working on the next set of experiments for the Large Hadron Collider says she’s hoping they could lead to the discovery of what’s known as ‘dark matter’.

Professor Victoria Martin from the University of Edinburgh told us there’s also a chance they could discover a new dimension.

Three businessmen who each paid $55million for a trip to the International Space Station, have overstayed their trip by a week.

The trio and a former NASA astronaut are due to return to Earth on Tuesday. China’s space agency is planning its own mission to see if it can knock an asteroid into a new orbit. It’s planning to carry out the mission, similar to NASA’s, in the next four years. Plus, Joe Biden’s plans to give police access to drone-tracking tech, why lab-grown meat and insects could be good for the planet and our health, and EE’s launching new AR smart glasses in the UK.

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