• Reuters

    Elon Musk's Neuralink may have illegally transported pathogens, animal advocates say

    An animal-welfare organization said it plans to ask a U.S. government agency on Thursday to investigate Elon Musk's brain-implant company Neuralink over records it said show potentially illegal movement of hazardous pathogens. The Physicians Committee of Responsible Medicine (PCRM) said in a letter to the U.S. Department of Transportation, which was shared with Reuters, that it has obtained emails and other documents that suggest unsafe packaging and movement of implants removed from the brains of monkeys. The letter said records that the group obtained showed instances of pathogens, such as antibiotic-resistant staphylococcus and herpes B virus, that may have been transported without proper containment measures.

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  • The Telegraph

    My manifesto to save county cricket

    Since there seems to have been a decision taken that first-class county cricket is worth saving – taken not by the England and Wales Cricket Board, which has often given the impression it would happy for the County Championship to drop off the perch, but by Ben Stokes, who has spoken up for the traditional game’s importance for the provision of Test cricketers – it is good to see an initiative being taken at county level to ensure that game is preserved. Last month, Warwickshire announced that i