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Black Lives Matter protests UK: Boris Johnson says anti-racism protests ‘hijacked by extremists’ – NEWS.com.au

UK statue debate: Boris Johnson says Black Lives Matter protests ‘hijacked by extremists’

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Dietary 1H-NMR “Fingerprints” Could Help Fight Against Chronic Disease – News-Medical.Net

Metabolic urine profiling could provide an approach to understand what people have been eating, without them needing to tell you. Here, researchers from Imperial…

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What are the health problems that your research focuses on?
One of the big issues currently faced throughout the world is the rise in noncommunicable diseases. This suite of diseases is linked to the way that we choose to live our lives, and one of the biggest factors in that is what we chose to eat. An unhealthy diet has been highlighted as a major problem in the majority of these diseases, such as obesity, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and type 2 diabetes.
It is estimated that there will be…

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Climate change worrying more Australians than ever before, Australia Institute report reveals – ABC News

An Australia Institute survey shows the COVID-19 pandemic has not distracted from climate concerns. Rather, Australians are more concerned about the future of the…

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Despite a global pandemic dominating headlines, concern about the impact of climate change is at a record high in Australia, with 80 per cent of people thinking we are already experiencing problems caused by climate change and 83 per cent supporting the closure of coal-fired power stations.
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  • The survey shows Australians greatly overestimate the economic impact of the gas industry
  • Half of the respondents said fossil fuel producers should pay for climate action
  • Nearly three-quarters thought…

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The Nvidia RTX 3070 Has No Business Being This Good – Gizmodo Australia

While Nvidia’s RTX 3080 release last month didn’t quite go as planned, there’s no denying that Nvidia’s 3000 series of ray tracing graphics cards are the ones that…

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While Nvidias RTX 3080 release last month didnt quite go as planned, theres no denying that Nvidias 3000 series of ray tracing graphics cards are the ones that matter. The RTX 3080 finally made 4K gaming at 60 fps possible and more affordable for the average PC gamer, and the 3000-series as a whole makes the future of computer graphics and ray tracing even more palatable more exciting. Its what the 2000-series aspired to do but fell short of. Consistent 4K gaming at 60 fps was out of reach of the…

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