Day: June 11, 2020

Horrifying photo of ‘healthy’ young woman’s coronavirus ravaged lung after weeks in ICU
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Horrifying photo of ‘healthy’ young woman’s coronavirus ravaged lung after weeks in ICU

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Free parking extended across Selby district | York Press
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Free parking extended across Selby district | York Press

Free parking extended in North Yorkshire town FREE parking has been extended for a month in a Norht Yorkshire town.…
AstraZeneca, Gilead merger would be the biggest in the pharma history
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AstraZeneca, Gilead merger would be the biggest in the pharma history

AstraZeneca, the UK’s largest drugmaker valued at $140bn, has reportedly contacted Gilead Sciences, an American biopharmaceutical company with a market…
SpaceX’s 1st Crew Dragon astronauts settle into life at the space station
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SpaceX’s 1st Crew Dragon astronauts settle into life at the space station

Home News Spaceflight NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken, who recently became the first crew to fly in SpaceX's…
Ancient 13-foot crocodile that lived in South Korea 120 million years ago walked on two legs
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Ancient 13-foot crocodile that lived in South Korea 120 million years ago walked on two legs

Ancient 13-foot crocodile that lived in South Korea 120 million years ago walked on two legs like T. rex, fossilised…
Fossil tracks left by an ancient crocodile that ‘ran like an ostrich’
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Fossil tracks left by an ancient crocodile that ‘ran like an ostrich’

Image copyright A.Romilio/University of Queensland Image caption An artist's impression of what one of these creatures might have looked like…
Scientists hail breakthrough in manipulation of light
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Scientists hail breakthrough in manipulation of light

Scientists have managed to manipulate the flow of light in extreme ways through a concept known as “twistronics”. An international…
Abundance of spring flowers ‘could fuel summer droughts’
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Abundance of spring flowers ‘could fuel summer droughts’

An abundance of spring flowers, such as daffodils, crocuses and tulips, could be fuelling summer droughts, scientists claim, based on…
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