News Roundup: Ever Given, Baby Tortoises, & Cherry Blossoms

Ever Given : Massive Ship Free After Blocking Suez Canal The massive container ship that was blocking the Suez Canal was finally moved on Monday. The ship, called Ever Given, blocked traffic on this important shipping path for six days. The Suez Canal is a man-made waterway in Egypt. It allows ships to travel between Asia and Europe without going…
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Companies back moratorium on deep sea mining

A long-running dispute over plans to start mining the ocean floor has suddenly flared up.For years it was only environmental groups that objected to the idea of digging up metals from the deep sea.But now BMW, Volvo, Google and Samsung are lending their weight to calls for a moratorium on the proposals. The move has been criticised by companies…
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Microbes from extreme environments help us study space

Microbes from extreme environments help us study space Scientists study extremophilic strains of bacteria and archaea from around the planet to gain valuable insights on their behavior in harsh space environment.Scientists study extremophilic strains of bacteria and archaea from around the planet to gain valuable insights on their behavior in harsh…
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Does science have anything to say about cancel culture?

Does science have anything to say about cancel culture? When we remove negative events from our environment, we begin to subconsciously identify neutral and positive events as negative.A team of psychologists recently studied concept-creep. When we remove negative events from our environment, we begin to subconsciously identify neutral and positive…
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CareerNet launches Prism

Bengaluru (Karnataka) , April 5 (ANI/NewsVoir): CareerNet, India's leading talent acquisition organisation, has announced the launch of CareerNet Prism, a suite of solutions for organisations to build an inclusive workplace with diverse talent and make employees feel accepted and valued.Prism, with a unique Diversity and Inclusion solution (DI),…
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T-Mobile to shut Live TV, partner with Google TV

BELLEVUE, Washington: T-Mobile US said on Monday it was shutting down its Live, Live + and Live Zone TV services on April 29 and would offer viewers YouTube TV and YouTube Premium under an extended partnership with Google. Customers who have subscribed to TVision Live are to receive the first month of YouTube TV free and then at a cost of $54.99…
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