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Get the Top Notch Tutoring Service for Economics

Choosing the right tutor is an important task of the students to get the perfect tutoring service. The students overwhelmed with the different choices...

A Deeper look into Probiotics

Probiotics have a dubious reputation. That's not entirely justified. In this prepublication from his new book Allemaal beestjes (All small animals) science journalist Jop...

Tea drinkers be aware: Billions of plastic particles in your cup

Experiments show that a single plastic teabag leaves billions of microplastic particles in each cup. Time to say goodbye to these kinds of bags? A...

Marc-André ter Stegen unbelievable assist (0-2) against Getafe

In the absence of Lionel Messi, Marc-André ter Stegen has claimed the leading role in Barcelona. The German goalie was able to add a...

Panic at Liverpool FC: Chirivella causing big problems

The English Football League has started an investigation into the League Cup game between MK Dons and Liverpool. The visitors may have had a...

By 2040 there may be more people religious in developed countries...

"By 2040 there may be more people religious in developed countries than there are today" quoted from Higher School of Ecnomics. It is a striking...

New York Times reveals that a CIA agent is the whistleblower...

The whistleblower who is at the origin of a political riot in the United States is an employee of the American intelligence service CIA....

Astronomers spot the very first intermediate-mass black hole

An international team of astronomers have uncovered the first reported mid-sized black hole through Australia’s CSIRO radio telescope. Dubbed Hyper-Luminous X-ray Source 1 (or...

Robot versus humans at rock-paper-scissors: 100 percent success rate

Although there are those of us who would use a robot hand for evil purposes, the scientists at Ishikawa Oku Laboratory have designed a...
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