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There’s a warning ‘risky’ self-spreading viruses being developed by scientists in the EU and the US, could have irreversible consequences for the planet.
An international team of academics at Kings College London led by Dr Filippa Lentzos say they’re worried about scientists attempting to modify viruses in the hope of developing viral vaccines.
Dr Filippa Lentzos told Tech & Science Daily there’s been little evidence or assurances from those experimenting that it can be done safely.
Hyundai have been showcasing a more practical use for the proposed Metaverse at CES 2022.
‘JoyTown’ a virtual world where you can experience what it’s like to drive one of their EV or hydrogen-powered concept cars.
E3 - one of the world’s biggest gaming events of the year - is going virtual once again.
Last April organisers had announced they hoped to hold the 2022 event in person - but have put the change down to the onset of the omicron variant and case numbers surging in the US.
Global dementia cases ‘to almost triple by 2050 unless risk factors addressed’. Tech firms which fail to protect users could be fined up to £18bn. VW to reveal its electric microbus in March. DNA from head lice reveals 2000-year-old unknown migration route, and the android phone with a full physical keyboard.
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