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Silicon: Imagine life without glass

Sep 29, 2014
The BBC's Justin Rowlatt looks at the economics behind chemical elements.
Posted In: elementals, elements
Miners pushing an ore car into the Grace tin and tungsten mine in Bolivia, circa 1945.

Tungsten: just try and smash it

Sep 23, 2014
The element that is behind lighting and writing.
Posted In: elements, Science

Scotland says no to independence. Now what?

Sep 19, 2014
The "no's" have it: the United Kingdom is still united as a kingdom.
Posted In: Scotland, referendum, United Kingdom (U.K.)

Italy's Fiat speeds Alfa Romeo's US return

Sep 1, 2014
Fiat is re-launching the sporty Alfa Romeo brand in the United States.
Posted In: cars

Weathering the Ebola epidemic in Liberia

Aug 26, 2014
It's not just Ebola that's hurting people in West Point, Monrovia.
Posted In: Ebola, Africa

How the Ebola outbreak affects Nigerian small business

Aug 13, 2014
Nigeria confirmed at least 13 cases of the disease last week.
Posted In: Ebola, Nigeria, bbc

Shhh! It's time for Formula E!

Jul 10, 2014
If Formula E is the future of racing, then it's going to be a rather quiet place.
Posted In: racing, formula 1, formula e, cars

Google deleted a BBC reporter's article. Is it right?

Jul 9, 2014
Google can delete articles from its search engine under a new ruling.
Posted In: Google

Iraqi and Syrian refugees are flowing into Erbil

Jun 16, 2014
How will the country handle an influx of displaced people?
Posted In: Iraq, refugees

What Thailand's political climate means for the economy

May 22, 2014
In the past, instability hasn't had much effect.
Posted In: Thailand
 

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