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Features Could Chicago's Floating Cycle Path Reconnect The City?

Plans for a continuous route along the Chicago River include cycling on floating pontoons

Syndicated Mark Zuckerberg Discusses How Facebook Will Tackle The Issue Of Fake News

The Facebook Chief acknowledged the issue of hoax stories and how far the social network should go to interfere

Syndicated Artificial Intelligence Could Serve As A Judge In The Court Of The Future

A new software program can weigh up legal evidence and more questions of right and wrong to predict the outcome of trials

Syndicated The UK Has Successfully Transmitted Data On The National Electricity Grid

The technology is a step toward creating virtual power stations that would enable smarter electricity use by homes and businesses

Features Banned Books Week Urges People To Seek Out Controversial Works

Joining the annual celebration of the right to read, US author Jessica Herthel called for 'more information, more voices' to protect diversity

Features The Rise Of Trampoline Corporate Outings

Indoor bounce parks see popularity spike as companies look to foster team trust

Syndicated What Does Olympic Success Mean For Female Journalists?

The Rio Olympics have seen sportswomen in the spotlight but female sports journalists still find it hard to break through

Syndicated How Plans To Make Bicycle-Friendly Cities Have Evolved Over 30 Years

Attempts to make the capital more amenable for cycling have been underway for more than three decades

Syndicated This Human Sensor Makes Air Pollution Visible

The hi-tech illuminated costumes worn by media artist Kasia Molga reveal changes in urban air pollution and bring together art and science

Syndicated Inside The Launch Of Facebook's Solar-Powered Drone

The Aquila drone, which at cruising speed uses same wattage as three hair dryers, uses lasers to beam internet to remote regions

Features High Fashion Comments On Britain's Upcoming EU Referendum Vote

Not even London's menswear shows were immune from opinion on the upcoming decision

Features Bjarke Ingels' Pyramid For The Minecraft Generation

Is it a wall? Is it a cave? Actually, this year’s pavilion started life as shelves

Syndicated Printed Book Sales Rise For First Time In Four Years As Ebooks Decline

Adult coloring book craze and Alice in Wonderland helped revival in traditional publishing

Syndicated What To Learn From Life Of The Creative Pioneer Zaha Hadid

Architect who first imagined, then proved, that space could work in radical new ways