Coronavirus chaos as Government doesn’t know how many British nationals are stranded in ‘ground...

THE GOVERNMENT doesn’t know how many British nationals are stranded in "ground zero" Wuhan as the Corononavirus chaos continues. Wuhan is under quarantine with air and rail departures suspended and roads closed, while several...

Two satellites could collide ‘directly’ above a populated area this week, experts warn

Illustration of the space telescope that could be involved in a collision tomorrow (Image: Nasa)A pair of large satellites could smash into each above a populated area tomorrow. That’s the warning from analysts who’ve...

Details of Ferrari's first EV revealed in patent sketches

Ferrari’s first electric car is likely to use technology taken from the new SF90, which pairs a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 with a trio of electric motors for a combined power output of 986bhp...

Australian Open 2020: Novak Djokovic v Milos Raonic – live!

Live updates from the quarter-final at Melbourne ParkSpotlight intensifies but Barty remains groundedFederer performs great escape against SandgrenEmail tumaini.carayol@theguardian.com | Tweet @tumcarayol 9.49am GMT First set stats:Novak Djokovic: 7 winners, 3 unforced errors....

Organ-on-a-Chip aims to push through drug approvals

Researchers in Israel and the US have developed a multi-Organ-on-a-Chip that is claimed to overcome bottlenecks that hinder the development and approval of medicines. Preclinical drug testing aims to exclude toxic effects and predetermine...

Nurse died of cervical cancer after being told six times she didn’t have the...

A NURSE died from cervical cancer after being told by doctors six times she didn't have the disease, an inquest heard. Julie O'Connor, 49, from Thornbury, South Gloucestershire, died in February 2019 after being...

Footlocker appoints two new board members

Huw Hughes | Tuesday, 28 January 2020 Foot Locker has announced the appointment of Darlene Nicosia and Tristan Walker as directors of the company, effective 2 February. Nicosia is currently president of the Canada Business Unit of The Coca-Cola...

Netanyahu withdraws request for immunity on corruption charges

JERUSALEM (AP) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu withdrew his request for immunity from prosecution on Tuesday, hours before parliamentary proceedings on the subject were set to begin.Netanyahu, who was visiting Washington ahead...

Steven Bergwijn: Tottenham agree deal for PSV Eindhoven forward

Steven Bergwijn has won seven caps for the NetherlandsTottenham Hotspur have agreed a deal in...