Elon Musk's Neurolink enters brain chip human trials

Elon Musk's startup Neurolink preparing for the first-ever human trials of its brain-computer interface technology. Early human trials are due to take place this year and are likely to involve people with paralysis.

Titanic expedition: in a first-of-its-kind study, could scientists discover a new deep-sea ecosystem from wreck materials? We speak to the Chief Scientist leading the mission, Dr Steve Ross.

Twitter unwraps its new NFT profile picture feature for users, and the world’s first space-based film and entertainment studio is set to launch in two years time.

Plus, why life expectancy is outpacing healthy working life and the government invests £100 million into a new electric car battery plant. The UK grandmother who has become the first person in England to use a 'revolutionary' bionic chip - that could help her see again, and how a drone dangling a sausage saved a dog from drowning.

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