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25-year-old man first in U.S. to catch COVID-19 twice, researchers say

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CBS News – For more and to sign up click here A 25-year-old man is believed to be the first person in the United States — and North America — to be infected with COVID-19 twice, according to researchers. The man, a resident of Washoe County in Nevada, first tested......
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Summit County Board of Elections Is Sorry About the Coronavirus “Isn’t As Lethal as Liberal Left News Media and Chicken Little Researchers” Believe Tweet

Amid the hellstorm of American partisan politics, we can all rest assured in knowing that it’s the true and honest process of elections that brings us all together as one. And despite the inflammatory rhetoric and various legal maneuverings that seek to undercut that singular democratic purpose, we can all......

‘Super-Enzyme’ Speeds Up Breakdown of Plastic, Researchers Say

A new cocktail of enzymes that speeds up the degradation of plastic offers a step forward in finding a new form of recycling that is faster, more affordable and works on a larger scale than current methods, British and American researchers said this week. The “super-enzyme” could be employed to......
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Stanford researchers say they won’t be silenced after criticizing Trump’s coronavirus advisor Dr. Scott Atlas

CNBC – For more and to sign up click here US President Donald Trump (L) listens to White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Scott Atlas speak during a press conference in the Brady Briefing Room of the White House on September 23, 2020, in Washington, DC. Mandel Ngan | AFP |......

Spinosaurus dinosaur was ‘enormous river-monster’, researchers say

image captionSpinosaurus dental remains accounted for 45% of those discovered in a prehistoric river, researchers said Palaeontologists believe they have settled a debate surrounding the largest ever carnivorous dinosaur. The researchers at the University of Portsmouth say their discovery of 1,200 dinosaur teeth “proves beyond reasonable doubt” that Spinosaurus was......

Smithsonian Scholars and Researchers Share Works that Shed Light on the History of U.S. Racism

SMITHSONIANMAG.COM | June 11, 2020, 11:39 a.m. Six days after George Floyd died while in police custody, Smithsonian Secretary Lonnie G. Bunch wrote of the “multiple incidents of deadly violence against black people. . . that have left us feeling demoralized and distraught, aghast, and angry.” Bunch, who is the......

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