Six news stories you may have missed this week.
Here is quick read for those without earphones.
- Muswell Hill Broadway in Haringey has been revealed as the healthiest high street in London. West Green Road, three miles away, is the unhealthiest.
UK's 'unhealthiest' High Streets revealed https://t.co/vKVSURRLcS
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) November 2, 2018
- Imperial College developed a new software that predicts pedestrians’ behaviours to help driverless cars avoiding hitting them.
— Imperial Enterprise Lab (@ICEnterpriseLab) November 2, 2018
- There has been a record number of people sleeping rough in London between July and September.
Rough sleeping: Record numbers recorded in London – BBC News https://t.co/YKMEYlY2Ef
— London (@London24x7) November 1, 2018
- Lecturers from imperial college will soon be appearing in hologram form at its business school to teach classes.
Live stream the world's first university lecture delivered via hologram at Imperial College Business School this Thursday 1 November 2018.
Live stream available from 18.30 here: https://t.co/IaV2yLpHAn pic.twitter.com/lZ47WNMW5Q
— Imperial Business (@ImperialBiz) October 30, 2018
- Starbucks has unveiled this year’s Christmas cups.
— CNN Business (@CNNBusiness) November 1, 2018
- Easy Jet is set to develop electric planes for short-haul routes by 2030.
EasyJet is developing BATTERY powered planes (read ➡️ https://t.co/pLeIFIq8pe). ✈️
Would you fly in one? ✅ Yes ⛔️ No pic.twitter.com/We0IW08mUk
— The Travel Magazine (@TravelMagazine) November 1, 2018
Podcast: Sonakshi Sharma & Leyi Chen | Words: Leyi Chen | Subbing: Sorcha Gilheany