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Pizzo A, Drobinin V, Sandstrom A, Zwicker A, Howes Vallis E, Fine A, Rempel S, Stephens M, Howard C, Villars K, MacKenzie LE, Propper L, Abidi S, Lovas D, Bagnell A, Cumby J, Alda M, Uher R, Pavlova B. Active behaviors and screen time in offspring of parents with major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder and...
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Source: https://www.worldmigratorybirdday.org/news/2021/world-migratory-bird-day-2022-theme-focus-light-pollution Bonn, 9 December 2021 – Light Pollution will be the focus of the World Migratory Bird Day 2022 campaign.  Artificial light is increasing globally by at least 2 per cent per year and it is known to adversely affect many bird species. Light pollution is a significant threat to migratory birds, causing disorientation when they fly at...
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Photo by Josue Isai Ramos Figueroa on Unsplash 8th December 2021 5G and landing aircraft in bad weather might not be a good mix New 5G expansion is bad news for air travelers when bad weather hits Airliners, private planes and helicopters may have to limit landings in low-visibility conditions and follow other restrictions under...
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The report found that only 7 out of 27 EU countries had assigned the 26 GHz band. This contrasts with mid-band spectrum which had been assigned in over two thirds of Member States .Source: https://5gobservatory.eu/26-ghz-holds-back-achievement-of-eu-5g-goals/
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16th to 18th February 2022, Cottbus General Information In Germany, the expansion of the power grid and the construction of several new high voltage power lines across the country is a result of the switch to renewable energy sources. Moreover, the new 5G mobile communication standard and the introduction of digital techniques into almost all...
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Photo by Mel Poole on Unsplash We will chat about: -Nice caring gifts: great gifts to improve and benefit the wellbeing of our families and friends -Gifts that show we do not care about the recipient at all. When: Sun Dec 12, 2021 3pm – 4pm (SAST) The link to the webinar is available for...
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Daytime eating prevents internal circadian misalignment and glucose intolerance in night workSarah L. ChellappaJingyi QianNina VujovicChristopher J. MorrisArlet NedeltchevaHoa NguyenNishath RahmanSu WeiHengLauren KellyKayla Kerlin-MonteiroSuhina SrivastavWei WangDaniel AeschbachCharles A. CzeislerSteven A.SheaGail K. AdlerMarta GarauletFrank A. J. L. ScheerSci. Adv., 7 (49), eabg9910. • DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abg9910 Abstract Night work increases diabetes risk. Misalignment between the central circadian...
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RCSI. “Researchers find new link between a disrupted body clock and inflammatory diseases.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 24 November 2021. <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/11/211124154033.htm>. Date: November 24, 2021 Source: RCSI Summary: New research has demonstrated the significant role that an irregular body clock plays in driving inflammation in the body’s immune cells, with implications for the most serious and prevalent...
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China antenna turns Earth into giant radio station, with signals reaching Guam https://t.co/BE9zCVhGgF— South China Morning Post (@SCMPNews) December 2, 2021 The exact location has not been revealed but signals can reach submarines across vast distances, researchers sayA joint experiment with Russia confirmed a ‘ping’ from the facility can also travel effectively underground By Stephen...
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“How AI Fails Us,” Divya Siddarth, Daron Acemoglu, Danielle Allen, Kate Crawford, James Evans, Michael Jordan, E. Glen Weyl (December 1, 2021). The dominant vision of artificial intelligence imagines a future of large-scale autonomous systems outperforminghumans in an increasing range of fields. This “actually existing AI” vision misconstrues intelligence as autonomousrather than social and relational. It is both unproductive...
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