The future of medical virtual reality
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We take a look at virtual reality as it helps surgeons in Brazil work with colleagues in Britain on an operation to separate twins joined at the head. As global temperatures rise how do we keep data centres cool in a power efficient end environmentally friendly way. Teaching technology in Africa - the founder of a school in Lesotho tells us how it got started. And should records ditch vinyl to go green? (Picture credit: Getty Images)
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