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More than one million seabirds died due to a hot water ‘Blob'

More than one million seabirds died due to a hot water ‘Blob’

Scientists working on a new study said that a massive heatwave in the northeast Pacific Ocean called ‘the Blob’ has claimed the lives of about a million seabirds. The marine heatwave which prevailed between 2013 and 2016 was responsible for the largest recorded mass death event for seabirds. Scientists estimate that the many other species…
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Newly identified dinosaur specimen sheds light on their link with birds

Newly identified dinosaur specimen sheds light on their link with birds

A group of scientists from the US and China have discovered a new specimen of a feathered dinosaur that roamed the earth 120 million years ago. The remains of the dinosaur were unearthed for the first time ten years ago in the Jehol Province in China. The site is known across the globe as one…
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Sepsis responsible for 20% deaths globally says new study

Sepsis responsible for 20% deaths globally, says new study

A new study published on Thursday in the journal The Lancet, says that the number of deaths caused by Sepsis all over the world is in fact above double than previously imagined. The group of researchers belonging to the University of Pittsburgh and University of Washington schools of medicine, claim that the fatal disease is…
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Microsoft rolls out its new Edge Chromium for Windows and macOS

Microsoft rolls out its new Edge Chromium for Windows and macOS

Microsoft on Wednesday, officially rolled out a new version of its browser named Edge Chromium. The browser which promises increased compatibility and privacy can be manually downloaded from Microsoft Edge’s website. Users can also wait for the system to automatically download the browser with a Windows update in the upcoming months. It is capable of…
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Norovirus Outbreak at Yosemite National Park sickens 170 people

Norovirus Outbreak at Yosemite National Park sickens 170 people

More than 170 people have been sickened so far with gastrointestinal issues caused by a norovirus outbreak at the Yosemite National Park in California. According to a statement released by the park officials on Thursday, at least two confirmed cases of norovirus have been reported along while several others who have shown similar symptoms. The…
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Sports Bra Market

New report shares details about the Sports Bra Market

The shipments value of the sports bra market in 2019 at $9 billion is rising to $38.4 billion by 2026, representing significant growth. Growth is spurred by a rapid shift away from regular bras to the far more comfortable sports bra. Support and protection of the upper body are achieved by the use of the…
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Safety concerns regarding Boeing's 737 Max cost it increased cancellations

Safety concerns regarding Boeing’s 737 Max cost it increased cancellations

Boeing’s latest report concerning order numbers and deliveries, display fewer new orders and increased cancellations in 2019. The plunge in the sales figures is partly triggered by the grounding of the company’s struggling jetliner 737 Max. The grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max in 2019 after two crashes with Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air within the…
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos greeted with protests on his India tour

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos greeted with protests on his India tour

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos on Wednesday made an announcement to invest $1 billion over the next five years into small and medium businesses in India. Bezos, who recently regained the title of the richest person in the world, put forward the plan while speaking at a company event held in a New Delhi stadium during…
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Scientists discover new worm species that feeds on bones

Scientists discover new worm species that feeds on bones

A group of scientists have discovered a new wormlike creature in the Gulf of Mexico that feeds on bones. According to the researchers who published their findings in the scientific journal PLOS ONE, the yet unnamed creature is part of the Osedax family. These underwater worms feed on the bones of dead marine creatures. The scientists…
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Global Time Off Tracking Software Market

Discover the Global Time Off Tracking Software Market professional survey report for 2020

Comprehensive Lighting on the Global Tracking Time Off Market, addressing rising demand, production volume, sales revenue and growth prospects. Global Time Off Tracking Software Breakdown Data by Top Companies: BambooHR, APS, Zenefits, Vacation Tracker, Pingboard, Replicon, ADP, Kronos, Namely, Paycor, ClickTime, Viventium, Time Off Cloud, HR Cloud, iCIMS, Bindle. Time Off Tracking Software Global Report…
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