12.04.17 1:13
The New Device That Can Spray-On Skin
Medical start-up RenovaCare have developed an experimental device that uses a patient's own stem cells to directly heal burns. 12 Apr 2017, 11:45
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07.04.17 5:11
The Ever-Changing China-U.S. Relationship
Over the years, the United States and China have had a complicated relationship. 7 Apr 2017, 15:18
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04.04.17 1:10
Newsweek’s AI & Data Science in Capital Markets conference video, London 2017
Get a flavour of this exciting event held in the City of London on 1st & 2nd March 2017, as 424 experts from 25 countries met to explore the intersection of artificial intelligence and data science | 4 Apr 2017, 7:50
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30.03.17 2:25
Comprehensive Resource Model: Connecting With Your Core Self
The Comprehensive Resource Model is a pyschological trauma therapy that was developed by American Lisa Schwarz. 30 Mar 2017, 7:38
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29.03.17 2:50
French Election—Everything You Need To Know
The French elections will take place across April and May with two rounds, and they are the biggest test for Europe since the British Referendum of June 2016. 29 Mar 2017, 15:22
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27.03.17 0:50
Formula 1 In Numbers
Ahead of the new Formula 1 season, we take a look at some of the numbers behind the car racing championship. 27 Mar 2017, 15:57
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27.03.17 1:08
How London Startup Thalesians Is Merging Philosophy With Finance
University buddies Paul Bilokon, founder and CEO of London quant startup Thalesians, and Saeed Amen of London hedge fund Cuemacro, talk about how they were inspired by Greek philosopher, Thales of | 27 Mar 2017, 15:45
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27.03.17 2:19
How AI could cure diseases and save lives
Speaking at the Newsweek’s AI & Data Science in Capital Markets conference Tristan Fletcher, co-founder of London artificial intelligence startup Informed Actions, describes how evolving | 27 Mar 2017, 15:43
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22.03.17 2:05
What is Build Zimbabwe Alliance?
Noah Manyika is the leader of the The Build Zimbabwe Alliance, a new political party that hope to bring democratic change to Zimbabwe in the 2018 elections. 22 Mar 2017, 12:08
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15.03.17 1:18
How Twitter can gather information to make Wall Street money
Peter Bailey, chief strategy officer of Dataminr, says his Goldman Sachs-backed firm can turn tweets and other public information into market intelligence that makes Wall Street money. 15 Mar 2017, 17:07
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15.03.17 4:35
Why proprietary data is not as valuable as it used to be
Speaking at the Newsweek’s AI & Data Science in Capital Markets conference  Michael Beal, CEO of London-based quantitative hedge fund Data Capital Management, talks about why he isn't a fan of using | 15 Mar 2017, 17:07
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15.03.17 2:16
The entire internet only matched the capacity of the human brain in 2010
Speaking at the Newsweek’s AI & Data Science in Capital Markets conference Dr. 15 Mar 2017, 17:07
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How data science helped to identify London's most polluted parks
Speaking at the Newsweek’s AI & Data Science in Capital Markets conference, Dr. Aida Mehonic, data strategist and engagement manager, highlights how her U.K. 15 Mar 2017, 17:07
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15.03.17 3:04
The Difficulties Of Teaching Wall Street About Big Data
Speaking at Newsweek’s AI & Data Science in Capital Markets conference Leigh Drogen, Founder and CEO of Estimize, discussed the difficulties of teaching Wall Street about Big Data and how to use it. 15 Mar 2017, 15:34
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15.03.17 1:45
How Poor Data Costs The U.S. Economy An Estimated $3.1 Trillion A Year
Dr. David Hand, Chief Scientific Advisor at Winton Capital Management, discusses how poor data costs the U.S. economy an estimated $3.1 trillion a year. 15 Mar 2017, 15:32
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15.03.17 1:35
The Challenge Of Sorting Good Data From Bad Data
Speaking at Newsweek’s AI & Data Science in Capital Markets conference Temmer Kamel founder and CEO of Quandl discussed the challenge of sorting good data from bad data, and how to tell the | 15 Mar 2017, 15:30
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15.03.17 1:14
Bridging The Gap Between 'Religion' Of Traditional Finance And Data Science
Speaking at Newsweek’s AI & Data Science in Capital Markets conference, A.J. 15 Mar 2017, 15:28
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10.03.17 11:11
Syria's War: Six Years Of Conflict
What started with young men vandalizing the walls of a school with the words “It’s your turn, Doctor Bashar al-Assad” in February 2011 has evolved into six years of bloodshed, violence and | 10 Mar 2017, 17:06
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23.02.17 2:39
Dutch Designer Maarten Baas Comes to London
London's Carpenter's Gallery is home to dutch Designer Maarten Baas and his new exhibtion 'Run & Hide' running until March 3rd. 23 Feb 2017, 11:00
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10.02.17 2:10
Putin's Middle East Ambitions
Since Russia began an official military campaign to support dictator Bashar al-Assad in Syria in 2015, the country has taken on an increased role in the Middle East. 10 Feb 2017, 11:23
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10.02.17 0:44
Explore Mirihi Island Resort
Surrounded by palm trees, on a remote island measuring 350 by 50 meters, the Mirihi Island Resort is a luxurious holiday destination. 10 Feb 2017, 11:23
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10.02.17 1:20
The Baltics: A Quick Primer
Three countries in northeastern Europe are known as “the Baltic countries”—Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. 10 Feb 2017, 11:22
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16.01.17 1:42
President Barack Obama In Quotes
The inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States marks the end of President Barack Obama's time in office. 16 Jan 2017, 12:26
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12.01.17 1:24
Malala: A Profile
Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate. 12 Jan 2017, 11:56
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29.12.16 2:19
What Is Gene Editing?
Gene editing has the potential to cure disease, end world hunger and provide unlimited clean energy. 29 Dec 2016, 9:57
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08.12.16 1:36
Five Ghanaians Who Have Shaped The Country
As Ghana chooses who will lead the nation, Newsweek reflects on five figures who have shaped the country. 8 Dec 2016, 12:08
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08.12.16 1:17
Star Wars in Numbers
The Star Wars Saga, spanning over 30 years, has become one of the most successful franchises of all times. Here is Star Wars in numbers... 8 Dec 2016, 12:07
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08.12.16 0:39
LifeBank is Tackling the Blood Shortage in Nigeria’s Biggest City
The continent’s startup scene is changing lives and transforming economies. Newsweek's Conor Gaffey and Anthony Cuthbertson have profiled eight of the tech companies to watch out for in the future. 8 Dec 2016, 12:05
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08.12.16 0:39
A New App Wants A Cut of the $9 Billion Black Hair Care Industry
The continent’s startup scene is changing lives and transforming economies. Newsweek's Conor Gaffey and Anthony Cuthbertson have profiled eight of the tech companies to watch out for in the future. 8 Dec 2016, 12:04
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How Slatecube Is Solving Nigeria's Unemployment Problem
The continent’s startup scene is changing lives and transforming economies. Newsweek's Conor Gaffey and Anthony Cuthbertson have profiled eight of the tech companies to watch out for in the future. 8 Dec 2016, 12:03
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