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The European Union's top court ruled on Thursday that Britain had breached the bloc's air pollution limits for years and ordered it to comply with the rules, raising the possibility that the country may be fined even though it has quit the EU.​ https://t.co/Gh4Juw5stZ
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Scientists have spotted a planet orbiting a star relatively near our solar system that may offer a prime opportunity to study the atmosphere of a rocky Earth-like alien world - the type of research that could aid the hunt for extraterrestrial life.​ https://t.co/N5xZyMI5oY
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Books titled “Trees in Trouble” and “How We’re F—ing Up Our Planet” scream out from the shelves of Barnes and Noble’s nature and wildlife section between reassuring tomes on hummingbirds and wildflowers.​ https://t.co/oOohVIHxOU
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The European Union's top court ruled on Thursday that Britain had breached the bloc's air pollution limits for years and ordered it to comply with the rules, raising the possibility that the country may be fined even though it has quit the EU.​ https://t.co/cmaYo97wMD
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A Dutch inventor has come up with what he hopes could be a potentially faster and easier method to screen for coronavirus infections.​ https://t.co/EZhrUucGk3
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Books titled “Trees in Trouble” and “How We’re F—ing Up Our Planet” scream out from the shelves of Barnes and Noble’s nature and wildlife section between reassuring tomes on hummingbirds and wildflowers.​ https://t.co/iUhHtyEbIZ
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⚡️ “Instead of nasal swab COVID tests, inventor asks people to step into an airlocked cabin and scream” by @Reuters https://t.co/A06G2PxqIY
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European Union plans to cut emissions at least 55% this decade are in line with science and globally agreed climate targets, the bloc's green policy chief said on Thursday, as lawmakers and member states continue to wrangle over the goal.​ https://t.co/Db0AF84EKq
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Van Wees says that although lots of small particles from the person’s clothes and breath are detected, an infection shows up as a cluster. He is working with a private company to marshal evidence for his strategy https://t.co/74KLRTpAY0 4/4
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Van Wees, a serial entrepreneur, has set up his booth next to a coronavirus testing center on the outskirts of Amsterdam to try his invention out on people who have just been tested 3/4 https://t.co/ctYvelHSOE
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Instead of unpleasant nasal swab tests, Peter van Wees asks participants to step into an airlocked cabin and to scream, or sing. An industrial air purifier collects all the particles emitted, which are then analyzed for the virus 2/4 https://t.co/GaDsvosBag
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A Dutch inventor has come up with what he hopes could be a potentially faster and easier method to screen for coronavirus infections: screaming 🗣️ https://t.co/74KLRTHcmA 1/4 https://t.co/QnzDhl1lXp
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Maybelline and Lancome maker L'Oreal aims to derive nearly all its ingredients from renewable plant sources and abundant minerals by 2030, it said on Thursday, as demand for organic and environmentally-friendly cosmetics grows.​ https://t.co/Q7LQkIOEK2
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Maybelline and Lancome maker L'Oreal aims to derive nearly all its ingredients from renewable plant sources and abundant minerals by 2030, it said on Thursday, as demand for organic and environmentally-friendly cosmetics grows.​ https://t.co/ITuvmX51pl
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A Dutch inventor has come up with what he hopes could be a potentially faster and easier method to screen for coronavirus infections.​ https://t.co/zFdFP4UjfO
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WATCH: Greenpeace's ship Arctic Sunrise left the Seychelles for its first expedition to the Saya De Malha Bank https://t.co/CdrXF1sHd9
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The European Union's top court ruled on Thursday that Britain had breached the bloc's air pollution limits for years and ordered it to comply with the rules, raising the possibility that the country may be fined even though it has quit the EU.​ https://t.co/qNtQQc2cul
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In the latest #COVID19 research roundup from @Reuters, some positive findings: -T cells respond to variants after vaccination -Antibodies to variants may offer cross-protection -UK finds vaccines protect elderly -Asthma does not increase COVID-19 risks https://t.co/elsrKiyD2s
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Books titled “Trees in Trouble” and “How We’re F—ing Up Our Planet” scream out from the shelves of Barnes and Noble’s nature and wildlife section between reassuring tomes on hummingbirds and wildflowers.​ https://t.co/8eIPZMITlM
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