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Highly Sensitive Epigenomic Technology Combats Disease

In a recently published article in Nature Protocols, a team of researchers from Virginia Tech outline a new technology to help in understanding how the human body battles diseases. Much remains unknown about diseases...

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Another Monkeypox case in the UK

On Tuesday December 3rd a patient was admitted to a specialist unit at St Thomas’ Hospital in central London after Public Health England confirmed a diagnosis of Monkeypox. It is believed the individual contracted...

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Avoiding a Post-INF Missile Race

Brief prepared for the CNS-CENESS US-Russia Dialogue on Nuclear Issues in Moscow. …read more From:: James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies

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Safran, MTU agree framework for future fighter engine

Safran and MTU have agreed details on the development of a next-generation aircraft engine to power the New Generation Fighter (NGF) for France, Germany and Spain. The agreement, announced on 3 December, sees Safran...

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MBDA to integrate Meteor BVRAAM on RoKAF KF-X

Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) has awarded MBDA a contract, of undisclosed value, to integrate the Meteor beyond visual range air-to-air missile (BVRAAM) on the Republic of Korea Air Force (RoKAF) future Korean Fighter eXperimental...

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Ten injured in a rickshaw blast in Lahore, Pakistan

(The New Indian Express) – At least 10 people were injured when a suspected terrorist planted an explosive device in an auto rickshaw that went off at a crowded locality here on Friday 29th...

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Japanese shipbuilders form business alliance

Two of Japan’s biggest shipbuilders – Imabari Shipbuilding and Japan Marine United (JMU) – have agreed to enter an alliance, the companies announced on 29 November. The move represents the latest in a series...

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South Korea, Japan seek summit after intel pact thaw

Nagoya, Japan (AFP) Nov 23, 2019 – Japan and South Korean foreign ministers agreed Saturday to arrange a summit between their leaders next month, seeking to build on a lowering of tensions after Seoul...

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Pope to list nuclear weapons as immoral in Catholic manual

Aboard The Papal Plane (AFP) Nov 26, 2019 – Pope Francis announced on Tuesday he would declare the use and possession of nuclear weapons “immoral” in the Catholic Church’s official manual, after visiting the...

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