It’s issue #181 of DNT Weekly and as per usual the week has been eventful. Here’s what we’ve been reading of late.
Here’s an interesting story – An Indian inventor who impacted nearly every last person on the planet – read more about it here.
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The start of the month reported an explosion in consumer loans, hot on the heels of the massive Global Fintech Fest where $2B worth of deals focused on lending were signed.
The subject is widely disregarded and poorly funded. Despite these challenges, some teachers help students scale great heights and access further opportunities.
A new analysis of billion-year-old sediments fills a gap in the fossil record, uncovering a dynasty of early eukaryotes that may have gone on to shape the history of life on Earth.
Auto execs in the US, Europe, and Japan never thought Chinese EVs were a threat. Now they’re coming to wipe the floor with their Western counterparts.