Day: September 28, 2020

The BIGSOUND 2020 Conference Program Is Here

BIGSOUND has gone ahead and unveiled its conference program ahead of next month’s virtual event. The music conference has also revealed its BIGSOUND50, a hand-selected group of up and coming Aussie artists. “When it became obvious that we wouldn’t be able to do anything physical this year, we came up with a whole new way […]

Hard Rock Hotel Desaru Coast Turns 2

JOHOR BAHRU, Malaysia, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Hard Rock Hotel Desaru Coast celebrates its 2nd Anniversary with 5 shining new stars certification, and a generous offer with the highest hygienic protocols that will ensure a SAFE + SOUND stay for Malaysians. Deluxe Room Facade Shot Since opening, the hotel has hosted both stays and […]

Large Study shows 230 Times Higher One Year Cancer Risk If Tumor Cell Clusters are Detected in Blood of Normal Individuals – Datar Cancer Genetics

MUMBAI, India and LONDON, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — A landmark study published in the American Association of Cancer Research’s (AACR) prestigious journal ‘Cancer Prevention Research’ has shown that it is possible to identify healthy individuals with higher risk of cancer based on a simple blood draw. The study reports that seemingly normal, asymptomatic middle-aged […]

New Guidance On Measuring Food Systems Launched Ahead Of UN Biodiversity Summit

– Policymakers flying blind in action on biodiversity loss without full picture of food system impacts – Simplistic yield-per-hectare productivity measures undermine long-term sustainability efforts – Multi-capital “true cost” accounting framework provides a roadmap to action – UN Biodiversity Summit an opportunity for transformative action on food systems – Case studies from around the world show new assessment tools are […]

Farmers cry for help as palay prices drop

CABANATUAN CITY—Left with no choice, Donie Roberto, a farmer in Barangay Bitas here, has to sell his rice harvest at P15.50 a kilogram, just a little above production cost. “There’s a profit, but it’s not much,” he told the Inquirer. ADVERTISEMENT Roberto said farmers like him would usually need to sell their harvest of palay […]

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