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Bondi Festival heats up Sydney this winter
Overweight or obese COVID-19 patients at risk of more severe disease
Changes to European meteorological data policies threaten aerial biodiversity monitoring
Toward a More Digital, Sustainable and Diverse Future
Last chance to experience light of Parrtjima 2021
Flowers from other gardens thanks to ten-year-old EuroTech
Australia to invest $387 million in world’s largest radio telescope
Aviation Sector Calls for Unified Cybersecurity Practices to Mitigate Growing Risks
Climate change: Cattle burp issue on rise
UNITAR and ROLACC Contributing to Strengthen Competences to Combat Corruption
New ABC Application Gets Accessible Books Directly to Print-Disabled People
Committee on Enforced Disappearances Opens Twentieth Session Online
Wide Variations in Post-COVID ‘Return to Normal’ Expectations, Survey Finds
Solar cells deliver world-record performance
Myovant Sciences and Pfizer Announce First Participant Dosed in Phase 3 SERENE Study Evaluating Contraceptive Efficacy of Once-Daily
HKU geographer leads world’s first study to evaluate greenhouse gas emissions from Chinese inland waters over past
Researchers perform innovative study on intersex experience
Fighting dementia with play
Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III’s Phone Call With Swiss Minister of Defence Viola Amherd
Developing In-Country Operational Use of Guyana’s Flood Forecasting System
UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances to review Switzerland, Colombia and Mongolia
One new border-related case; 19 cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation; 4 historical cases
Major overhaul call for collision sports policies
A Physics Breakthrough: More Evidence of New Particles or Forces
Seeing Quadruple
Gift supports research into rare cancers, community-building
How fly selects its reproductive male
Seeking cellular mechanisms of disease, with help from machine learning
IMF Executive Board Extends Debt Service Relief for 28 Eligible Low-Income Countries through
Walsh Takes Helm at IATA
EPFL’s first female student graduated in 1903 – disguised as a man
Soil Moisture Drives Year-to-Year Change in Land Carbon Uptake
UNAIDS joins human rights community in mourning Christof Heyns, legal academic and expert
NATO to boost allied resilience and crisis management against pandemic
Mali and UNESCO receive symbolic reparation on behalf of international community for destruction of Timbuktu’s mausoleums
IOM Nigeria Joins Authorities to Launch New “Blue Bus” Project to Fight Human Trafficking
Mali and UNESCO to receive a “symbolic euro” in token reparation for heritage of Timbuktu
Cardiorespiratory fitness improves grades at school
New research into soil used for building
Hunger in urban Zimbabwe peaks as ripple effect of Covid-19 is felt across nation
Monograph explores a vibrant quarter-century of architecture in Vaud
Cells rely on their crampons to avoid slipping
European Court of Human Rights greenlights Swiss seniors’ climate case
Hunger worsens in Angola due to drought
High cost patented drugs now account for 50% of sales
Connecting Asia-Pacific with Smart, Safe and Resilient Roads
Clean hydrogen can reduce climate impact of industries
Double antibody against SARS-CoV-2 prevents therapy-resistant variants