Berlin: vandalism of museum artefacts ‘linked to conspiracy theorists’ | Germany

At least 70 artworks and ancient artefacts across three galleries on Berlin’s museum island were vandalised with an oily substance earlier this month, German media has reported. Objects including Egyptian…

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Why You’ll Still Need To Wear A Mask Even After Covid-19 Vaccines Arrive

Dr. Mark Kortepeter, a physician and biodefense expert who has been involved in combating multiple epidemics, discusses five reasons why wearing masks will continue to be an important infection prevention tool…

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University Of Michigan Undergraduates Required To Shelter-In-Place For 2 Weeks

Topline University of Michigan undergraduates are mandated to shelter-in-place for two weeks effective immediately because of an increase in students who have contracted Covid-19, the school’s president Mark Schlissel said…

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Why No One Trusts Facebook To Power The Future

In the coming years, one billion more people will gain access to the Internet thanks to drones and satellites hovering in the stratosphere. And soon, we’ll be able to sit…

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How initiatives empowering employees can backfire — ScienceDaily

Strategies meant to motivate people in the workplace may have unintended consequences — depending on who’s in charge. Recent research from Michigan State University and Ohio State University shows that…

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Liquor licenses yanked from well-known Houston bars over coronavirus protocol violations

HOUSTON – The liquor licenses at four Houston bars have been suspended after the establishments failed to follow the state’s coronavirus safety rules, according to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission….

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