GE and Statoil link on green initiative

Projects aim to show fossil fuels have long-term future

P2P lenders rebrand and evolve

Tech-augmented lending process wins admirers, even among banks

Roche aims to retake cancer drugs lead

Swiss pharma group looks to immunotherapies to drive growth

Japanese carmakers risk being overtaken

Autonomous driving attracts new entrants including Google

Technology does not possess divine right

Silicon Valley needs to engage with democratic governments

Science: Gut instincts

Our appetites are controlled by the millions of neurons that send messages from our ‘gut brain’. But what happens when the communication is cut off?

Branson to press on with space tourism

Engineers working to get next spaceship finished

Microsoft kicks off Artificial Reality Wars

The stakes are much higher as tech group shows off HoloLens device

So when did mankind make its mark?

Scientists are seeking the instant when our species began changing the planet, writes Anjana Ahuja

US investors double down on biotech bets

Sector adds to 2014 gains, bucking wider January sell-off

Tech has to create more than disruption

Start-ups need to augment jobs rather than eliminate them

Banks eye tech with sense of déjà vu

Could tech sector repeat bank mistakes?

Turing’s ‘$1m’ notebook goes to auction

Computing pioneer’s unseen manuscript

British robot maps radiation at Fukushima

Createc’s technology used to explore dangerous areas

UK looks to raise its game in robotics

Companies rush to compete for share of market for robot systems

World just had hottest year on record

Scientists claim clear evidence of global warming

Week in Review, January 17

Car party in Detroit; MetLife, oil projects, and drug deals also in the news

IC – January 17 highlights

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Marine biology: acidic oceans mean grief for the coral reef

How the balance between growth and erosion of corals is being threatened by the rising acidity of our seas

Genomics: What can (old) whales teach us about ageing?

Research on bowhead whale genes may provide clues for humans wishing to live healthily to an advanced age

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