· Ancient DNA helps experts tackle puzzle of Dead Sea scrolls →
While this DNA was highly degraded, and contaminated with human DNA, the team say they were still able to explore genetic similarities and differences.
· China delayed releasing crucial coronavirus information, leaked WHO files show →
By 27 December, one company, Vision Medicals, had pieced together most of the genome of a new virus with striking similarities to Sars.
The Japan Times
· As WHO praised China for virus response, officials quietly steamed over lack of info →
By Dec. 27, one lab, Vision Medicals, had pieced together most of the genome of a new coronavirus with striking similarities to SARS.
· China delayed releasing coronavirus info, frustrating WHO →
By Dec. 27, one company, Vision Medicals, had pieced together most of the genome of a new virus with striking similarities to SARS.
The New York Times
· Monster or Machine? A Profile of the Coronavirus at 6 Months →
“Compare that time to today, there are a lot of similarities,” she said.
· #BlackLivesMatter: Yuna speaks out against racism, joins ‘Blackout Tuesday’ in response to George Floyd’s death →
In the same post, Yuna also drew similarities about George Floyd’s death and her being a Muslim in the US.
· Today's Retail Investor: Dumb Money, Smart Money Or Just Plain Lucky →
At the present time, we could be witnessing another period in the market with similarities to the one that took place late in the Summer of 2015.
· Nestle loses Incredible court case to Impossible Foods →
Nestle SA (OTCPK:NSRGY) lost a case in Dutch court over the use of the Incredible Burger brand name due to its similarity to Impossible Foods' (IMPF) name.
The New York Times
· Gay Couples Can Teach Straight People a Thing or Two About Arguing →
“Really appreciating those differences and similarities and figuring out how to deal with it together — that’s what makes a healthy couple.