News Headlines - 05 October 2015

US, Japan and 10 countries strike Pacific trade deal - FT.com

The US, Japan and 10 other Pacific Rim nations have struck the largest trade pact in two decades, in a huge strategic and political victory for US President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Japanese microbiologist Satoshi Omura shares Nobel Prize for medicine | The Japan Times

Japanese microbiologist Satoshi Omura on Monday shared this year’s Nobel Prize in medicine for his work on a therapy for debilitating diseases caused by parasitic worms.

5 Things to Know About the Nobel Prizes - ABC News

Daily announcements will follow during the week with physics Tuesday, chemistry Wednesday and probably, though the date has not been confirmed, literature on Thursday. The 2015 Nobel Peace Prize will be announced on Friday and, finally, the economics award on Oct. 12.

Volkswagen Emissions Investigation Zeroes In on Two Engineers - WSJ

Two top Volkswagen engineers who found they couldn’t deliver as promised a clean diesel engine for the U.S. market are at the center of a company probe into the installation of engine software designed to fool regulators, according to people familiar with the matter.

Scientists claim breakthrough in quest for new quantum computer (From Darlington and Stockton Times)

Scientists have taken a "game changing" leap towards building practical quantum computers that could revolutionise the digital world.
The Australian team has paved the way for production of the first quantum computing "chips" by building a logic gate using the new technology based on silicon.








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