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When the headquarters of Mission Bio reopens next week, employees will find many of the familiar perks they enjoyed before Silicon Valley went into lockdown have changed.
Layla Keith had just gotten off a flight from Singapore when she and her fellow passengers were met at the gate by Hong Kong government officials and ushered onto buses that shuttled them to a nearby convention center.
Containing coronavirus hotspots in sprawling city slums has been made harder by a dearth of reliable data.
Didi has restored its taxi-hailing, on-demand private car, Hitch carpooling and designated driving services in Wuhan. China’s largest ride-hailing operator will continue its rigorous hygiene protocols and other coronavirus protection measures.
Global efforts to minimise the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic present an historic opportunity to scale up the technologies needed to speed a transition to cleaner energy.
What they offered was a paradox. Stay at home, officials said, but stay connected. Not everything had to stop, not if we got creative. We could all be #AloneTogether.
Across social media, sports stars denied the chance to play in front of a crowd are increasingly going "live" in sometimes surprising ways to connect with an audience.
Tanja Nickel and Katharina Obladen were still in high school when they patented an idea to disinfect escalator handrails using UV light.
I am on the icy floor of Alaska’s Kenai Fjords National Park in the United States, surrounded by imposing, rugged mountain sides.
Bad dreams, more stress and nowhere to hide: ‘Zoom fatigue’ is making life miserable for Hongkongers working from home
Hundreds of millions of people around the world are using a host of videoconferencing tools to stay connected. Having to continually wear the social mask before your own screen can cause anxiety, clinical psychologist says.