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Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

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Clockwise from top left: Jim Cooke (Gizmodo); Event Horizon Telescope; Brian Kahn (Gizmodo Media); Diyah Pera (Netflix) Wow, it’s finally here: The last season of
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Alaska judge blocks Trump on Arctic and Atlantic drilling | Environment

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Donald Trump exceeded his authority when he reversed bans on offshore drilling in vast parts of the Arctic ocean and dozens of canyons in the
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Judge Rules Trump Plans to Open Up Swathes of Arctic, Atlantic Oceans for Drilling Illegal

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Royal Dutch Shell PLC icebreaker Fennica, a vessel designated to conduct exploration and spill-response duties for Shell, leaving port in Oregon in 2015.Photo: Don Ryan
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Double standards on oil spills in Nigeria must end | Letters | Environment

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The devastating impact of oil spills is widely recognised. The past decade has witnessed the destruction caused to human life and the environment from spills
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Two former members of Google’s skunkworks division have launched a biomanufacturing company

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Biomanufacturing technologies — taking modified versions of existing organisms and bending them to the will of humans — has moved from the world of science