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Lab animals have long borne the brunt of drug safety trials. A new law allows drugmakers to use miniature tissue models, or organs-on-chips, instead.
SweepWizard, an app that law enforcement used to coordinate raids, left sensitive information about hundreds of police operations publicly accessible.
Flu meds and prescription drugs have been in short supply all winter—but the problem goes back over a decade.
The digital currency exchange’s stupendous fallout has put local Web3 companies in the Bahamas on the back foot.
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Here’s how a stock image—that looked like me—made its way to Chinese marketplaces. With each repost and edit, I grew more convinced that it was me.
Rapid grocery delivery apps are leaving the continent, putting the Turkish startup on top. But, its reign is anything but stable.
The tractor maker is accused of blocking farmers from fixing their own equipment. A new agreement offers concessions—but campaigners say it’s not enough.