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All the world’s a chip

It is not very fast and only works in freezing temperatures – but a newly invented nuclear chip certainly has some potential. It can hold 500 times more than current data storage devices.

Deutsche Welle

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Handcrafting Ramadan

  Sunrays filter through rows of glass Ramadan lanterns, spraying colour over the narrow alley in Al-Darb Al-Ahmar. People view the displayed lanterns with admiration as they walk by, but only a few negotiations with shop owners end in a sale. Using Lanterns in Ramadan celebrations is a tradition that goes back to the Fatimid …

Marwa Morgan

Worldwide economic instability instigates drop in metal prices

The prices of non-ferrous metals (copper, aluminium and lead)have dropped across international markets, after witnessing a slight rise last week, according to a report published by the Metallurgical Industries Chamber (MIC). The price of copper fell by $137, recording $8,156 per tonne on 25 September, compared to $8,293 last week. Aluminium prices followed suit, falling …

Hend El-Behary

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