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Insect Cell Culture Market Insights 2020 is an expert and top to bottom investigation on the momentum condition of the worldwide Insect Cell Culture industry with an attention on the Global market. The report gives key insights available status of the Insect Cell Culture producers and is an important wellspring of direction and course for …

In Indonesia, speaking openly about LGBT issues online can result in physical attacks, online abuse, and even arrest. That’s why Dhyta Caturani, a human rights activist who specializes in helping people to stay safe online, created a training program for Indonesian LGBT groups to track digital threats and give people the skills they need to …

IF there’s one thing Covid-19 has taught us all, it is to be as optimistic and as forward focused as we can be. The world will ultimately reopen for business and those that succeed will be the ones who have used this imposed ‘downtime’ to look ahead, predict and prepare for what the future of …

Since late 2016, much of New South Wales has been in the grip of “the big dry” – the most intense drought in living memory. In recent months, the story of the water crisis has been dominated by the Black Summer fires and the global coronavirus pandemic. Yet, bucking of the trend of the world’s horror …

Microsoft’s decision to replace human journalists with robots has backfired, after the tech company’s artificial intelligence software illustrated a news story about racism with a photo of the wrong mixed-race member of the band Little Mix. A week after the Guardian revealed plans to fire the human editors who run MSN.com and replace them with …

The global 3D Cell Culture Market was valued at USD 569.65 million in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 2,792.72 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 19.32% from 2017 to 2025. A 3D cell culture is an artificially created environment in which biological cells are permitted to grow or interact with their …

Mon, May 25, 2020 – 5:50 AM Singapore WITH social distancing becoming the buzzword in Singapore in recent months due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, most volunteer activities here have come to a standstill for the time being. In the case of OCBC, as the bank’s volunteers still engage their charity partners and beneficiaries almost …

How does Dell make remote working seamless and effective for its enterprise customers? Dell has a longstanding culture of work from home, our new work approach is an extension of an existing approach, and we all adopted technology to stay connected with our teams and customers. Dell has the infrastructure, automation, monitoring tools and network …

In 1978, when Ming Smith took her portfolio to an open call at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the receptionist presumed she was a courier. “When I returned to collect my work and the museum wanted to buy it, she treated me very differently,” she says. But when Smith heard MoMA’s offer …

In the TikTok videos going viral across social media, the voices are familiar: a rambling presidential whine, or a patronising prime minister. But the people apparently speaking are altogether – and hilariously – different. In uncannily calibrated lipsyncs, Donald Trump is shown as a hectoring schoolteacher or drunken clubgoer, while Boris Johnson reads a bedtime …