A National Health Service trust has partnered with telecomms firm Telefonica to trial an algorithm that can identify people at risk of mental health crisis. A next step could see mobile phone data being used to make predictions
Adam VaughanNHS considering using people's phone data to predict mental health issues
Within months researchers will attempt to create a ball of plasma hotter than the sun inside the Joint European Torus, a doughnut-shaped machine in south-east England
Adam VaughanEuropean nuclear fusion project JET to try new reaction with deuterium and tritium this November, first time since 1997. Very cool research and important for much bigger fusion project, @iterorg
NOAA/NASA's Suomi NPP satellite captured this image of southeastern Australia and the burn scars left behind from the violent and vicious bushfires that raged throughout the area and left destruction in their wake.
North Sea oil firms and airlines should fund a colossal tree-planting drive to fight climate change as soon as next year, the UK’s government’s climate advisers have urged
Adam VaughanMake airlines and oil firms pay for tree-planting boom to fight #ClimateChange and reach #netzero, says @theCCCuk
Adam VaughanImportant land use report from @theCCCuk says 22% of farmland in the UK will have to be taken out of production and turned over for storing carbon. Says UK can still feed itself by improving agricultural productivity, diet shifts & end food waste
Ladies and Gentlemen, I am most touched that Professor Klaus Schwab should have invited me to be with you as we mark the 50th Anniversary of the World Economic Forum and its mission to “improve the state of the world”. It is this mission, and the...
Adam VaughanPrinces Charles climate speech is fine but in fantasy land on greening planes, unless he means small private jets. "In aviation, there are opportunities to develop commercially viable, hydrogen-powered and electric aircraft within the decade," he says.
As a global leader in the energy industry, Chevron has long been a big data company with advanced technologies to manage complex operations. But a new partnership with Microsoft will infuse Chevron with even more computing power to accelerate its...
A massive research effort is under way to understand Antarctica's Thwaites glacier before it is too late. If it collapses, it could trigger catastrophic sea level rise, putting London and New York at risk
Adam Vaughan.@BAS_News reports that scientists working on Thwaites glacier have successfully used hot water to drill 300-700 metres through the ice to the ocean and sediment beneath. Here's why this work and Thwaites matter