“Human” in the news
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· Dutch launch legal action against Russia over downing of MH17 plane →
The Dutch minister for foreign affairs said the nation was filing a case to the European Courts of Human Rights (ECHR) in a bid to support the victims' next of kin.
· Some New York neighbourhoods may have 68% coronavirus immunity →
And while numerous candidate vaccines are now undergoing human trials around the world, it is not yet fully understood to what degree people with antibodies are in fact immune, or how long any immunity they develop will last.
· Journey of Climate Change: Impact on human health →
Deforestation, desertification, and the salinization of soils may have contributed to or caused other climatic changes throughout human history.
· Covid-19: As asked by UGC, Karnataka govt orders universities to conduct final year exams by September →
The Ministry of Human Resources had recently set up a committee to look into the possibility of conducting exams and make recommendations on academic calendar.
· Every day the same: During the pandemic, time-loop films have become irresistibly apposite →
Time-loop films are inherently philosophical, and they work best when they have something new to say about life, relationships or human nature.
· NASA signs agreement with Japan to cooperate across Space Station, Artemis and Lunar Gateway projects →
It’s a Joint Exploration Decoration of Intent (JEDI), which essentially commits the two countries to laying the groundwork for more concrete plans about how the two nations will work together on projects that will extend all the way to include both robotic and human exploration of the Moon .
· Love-hate relationship of solvent and water leads to better biomass breakup →
For comparison, a human hair is typically 80,000 to 100,000 nanometers wide.
· (3rd LD) Seoul city to hold mayoral funeral for Park Won-soon, unveils note →
The civic activist and human rights lawyer was first elected in a 2011 by-election and re-elected in 2014 and 2018.
· Non-fiction reviews: John Martinkus' The Road and three others →
Very human tales.
· Smooth Handfish Extinction Marks a Sad Milestone →
For centuries humans believed the ocean was so vast that it was impossible to do it measurable harm.