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- A new emergency Arctic shelter has been created using an origami-like design. The shelter can maintain an average of 37C difference inside compared to outside, keeping the user from being exposed to the elements.
- Scientists are producing a new cancer treatment that works with the body’s cellular waste disposal, wiping out the harmful cells.
- The Telegraph reports that a start-up has made a breakthrough in the quest to crack nuclear fusion. The breakthrough was formed using a projectile method and is now in the process of being validated.
- The creator of Fortnite has now raised £110 million to support humanitarian efforts in Ukraine after donating all in-game sales.
- VR roleplay is being used to help people with agoraphobia to build their confidence in being outside in public places, such as on the bus or in the city centre.
- Sky News reports that scientists have created a 3-D printed fingertip that uses artificial nerve signals in an effort to mimic the sense of touch associated with human skin.
- Pinterest has announced it will remove content that contains false or misleading information about climate change, including posts that deny its existence.
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