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Until now, the recycling of windmill blades may have gone unnoticed because it was not a problem that was going to affect immediately and because, in addition, it is not that big if we compare it with other sectors...
When it comes to deciding which title to play on your PC, you are going to have a hard time with the wide variety of video games you will find. There is something for everyone, whether MMORPG, card games,...
The approval of the new RTS,S/AS01 malaria vaccine by the WHO is encouraging news, especially at a time when the world is more aware than ever of the pain that diseases can bring. In fact, there is a special circumstance,...
A space rocket, used to carry to its destination some of the parts of the future Chinese Space Station, is out of control on its return trip to Earth. Normally such spacecraft burn up as they cross the atmosphere...
Ever since Perseverance landed and got underway, we've been keeping a close eye on what NASA's rover can tell us. We have already seen the first high-resolution photos and now what it shows us is what it sounds like...
In the midst of all the excitement about Perseverance's arrival on Mars and the presentation of the spectacular video of its arrival, we had missed the announcement that the Ingenuity helicopter has also arrived on Mars in perfect condition. Ingenuity...
The public prosecutor's office of the city of Bergamo, epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic in Italy, will investigate members of the government for the management of the coronavirus health crisis. Giuseppe Conte, the country's Prime Minister, will be one...
The coronavirus can also affect cells in the kidneys, heart and brain, according to a study by Hamburg Eppendorf University Hospital. After about 30 autopsies, it has been shown that the virus does not only attack the lungs of...
A total of 533 employees at a fish processing factory located in the coastal city of Tema, 25 kilometers (15 miles) east of Ghana's capital, Accra, have contracted the coronavirus in their workplace, according to President Nana Akufo-Addo. The...
British Health Minister Matt Hancock has announced that the UK will begin human trials of a coronavirus vaccine on Thursday. He did so during the British government's daily press conference on COVID-19, where he said that developing a vaccine...