Roche’s Tecentriq plus chemotherapy boosted lung cancer patients’ survival by nearly five months, study data released on Monday showed, underscoring benefits of the Swiss group’s immunotherapy but still leaving it trailing a rival’s drug.
Roche lands Tecentriq trial win, still trails Merck in lung cancer
Japan’s government on Monday told US technology firm Facebook Inc. to better protect its users’ personal data following lapses this year affecting tens of millions of people globally.
Japan tells Facebook to improve data protection
Supersized mice are killing millions of seabird chicks on a remote island in the South Atlantic, threatening some rare species with extinction.
'Supersized' mice threaten seabird colonies with extinction
Would you trust a taxi with no driver?
Addison Lee plans self-driving taxis by 2021
This month, Frances Arnold, professor of chemical engineering at Caltech in California, was awarded the 2018 Nobel prize in chemistry, shared with two others.
Arnold: ‘To expect a Nobel Prize is rather silly’
Following the scientific advances made by human being in the past century, the extent of future progress in a number of scientific and technological fields has always been a challenging questions for most people with many scientists having attempted to provide answers.
Five scientific predictions by Hawking
German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said in an interview for publication on Sunday he backed a global minimum fiscal regime for multinationals as Europe looks to levy tax notably on US tech giants.
Germany urges global minimum tax for digital giants
NASA will drill 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) down into the surface of Mars in an audacious attempt to discover alien life, a senior Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) engineer exclusively revealed.
NASA plans to dig 10km hole on Mars in alien life search
When you win a Nobel Prize, you can expect a fair bit of attention.
Strickland: ‘I see myself as a scientist, not a woman in science’
A chunk of the moon that fell to the Earth as a lunar meteorite was sold at auction for more than $600,000.
Moon chunk that fell to Earth lands $600,000 at auction

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