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Luxury cruise to conquer Northwest Passage - #climatechange win for pointless tourism - an annotated infographic

The first large-scale passenger cruise ship – the disingenuously named Crystal Serenity – is scheduled to sail through the Northwest Passage, the Arctic sea route made navigable by steadily shrinking ice cover. 65 more words


New issue of E&T Magazine now online - the Smart City issue - do you live in one?

Where is the smartest city in the world? What does it look like today? How will it look in the future? These are the questions we set out to answer in our… 115 more words


North Korea succeeds in firing ballistic missile vertically from submarine - an annotated infographic

Analysts say North Korea’s latest test launch of a KN-11 missile shows Pyongyang has succeeded in developing “cold launch” technology, which means it can fire a ballistic missile vertically from a submarine. 24 more words


Out and about: E&T’s pick of #technology #events in May

Activities for all ages taking place during May. As always, check in advance with the organiser’s website for current details about start time, and whether there’s any charge or need to register. 1,252 more words


Big Ben falls silent - Great Clock undergoing repairs - an annotated infographic

The famous chimes of Big Ben are to fall silent after 157 years of nearly unbroken service.

The Great Clock of the Palace of Westminster in London needs urgent repairs as part of a £30m project to prevent its mechanism from failing. 58 more words