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Plastics Made From Plants Will Solve The Global Waste Problem

Today’s world would be very different if plastics wouldn’t have been around. They’re a very useful material and have innumerable…

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New Zealand Apple Market Doubled – Market Cap Increased

New Zeland is positioned at approximately 1450 kilometers east of Australia. The country is constituted of two central islands, usually…

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French President Emmanuel Macron Was Booed During His Visit At The Agriculture Fair

Emmanuel Macron was whistled and booed for several minutes just a few hours ago (Saturday, February 24th) at the “Agriculture…

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The Trump Administration and Environmental Awareness – How Are They Dealing With It?

President Barack Obama and climate change Back in 2015, Barack Obama revealed a new plan for clean energy, titled the…

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The National Institute of Food and Agriculture is Supports Agricultural Risk Management Education

Today, The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) has announced their full support for…

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Researchers Found that Old People are More Likely to Experience Delirium after a Surgery

A study conducted by researchers analyzed data from 41 previous studies with a total of 9348 patients over the age…

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Manitoba has Finally Decided to join Canada’s Climate Change Plan

After about a year of resistance, Manitoba has finally agreed to join Ottawa’s climate plan by becoming part of the…

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New Study: Any Musical Instrument Improves the Audio and Motor Connectivity in the Brain

Playing an instrument all through life enhances the association between the hearing territory and the motor zone, as uncovered by…

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Former Trump Adviser Pleads Guilty in the Mueller Inquiry

The 2016 election was a controversial one, and the suspicions soon led to legal consequences. The investigation is still ongoing,…

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NASA to Share Time-lapse Pictures of the South Pole of Jupiter

Pictures have appeared on the internet, which catches cloud designs close to Jupiter’s south post, gazing upward towards the planet’s…

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