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Denmark

Sovereign state and scandinavian country in northern Europe

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Jessica Rendall
May 11, 2021
CNET
Denmark is the first to adopt the Heartrunner app nationwide and has seen a dramatic increase survival rates from cardiac arrest.
MarketsandMarkets
May 7, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- According to MarketsandMarkets, the "Feed Additives Market by Type (Amino Acids, Phosphates, Vitamins, Acidifiers, Carotenoids, Enzymes,...
Mark Terry
May 7, 2021
BioSpace
There's a fair amount of new information coming out about COVID-19 and vaccines. Here's a roundup of some of the top stories.
Press Trust of India
May 6, 2021
@bsindia
A large study in Denmark, Norway has found slightly increased rates of vein blood clots, including in the brain, among adults who had received their first dose of the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid vaccine
Kate Kelland
May 5, 2021
news.yahoo.com
A study in Denmark and Norway has found slightly increased rates of vein blood clots among people who have had a first dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine...
Akshay
May 4, 2021
dtNext.in
The Danish Health Authority has decided to drop the Johnson & Johnson vaccine from its mass coronavirus inoculation program.
Aria Bendix
May 4, 2021
Business Insider
The bones might have been placed on the wrong shelf and separated from the rest of the artifacts from the burial site in Denmark.
Mike Butcher
May 4, 2021
TechCrunch
In March 2020, Tame had a digital event suite for offline corporate events. But with the pandemic hitting, it did a hard pivot into providing a highly customizable virtual events platform, primarily used by companies for their sales events. The result is that it has now raised a seed round of $5.5m, a large round [...]
May 4, 2021
Nature Biotechnology
To keep ahead of an increasing number of SARS-CoV-2 variants, pathogen surveillance and testing must become a joined-up global, rather than local, endeavor.
www.ETHealthworld.com
May 4, 2021
ETHealthworld.com
The Danish Health Authority has concluded that the benefits of using the Covid-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson do not outweigh the risk of causing t..
Mike Butcher
May 4, 2021
TechCrunch
In March 2020, Tame had a digital event suite for offline corporate events. But with the pandemic hitting, it did a hard pivot into providing a highly customizable virtual events platform, primarily used by companies for their sales events. The result is that it has now raised a seed round of $5.5m, a large round [...]
Mindy Weisberger
May 4, 2021
livescience.com
Archaeologists recently located the remains of the elite Viking that were excavated in 1868 and have been missing for nearly a century.
Christy Somos
May 4, 2021
CTVNews
The remains of a Viking elite that were misplaced for 100 years have been rediscovered in a box in the National Museum of Denmark.
Dr. Catherine Schuster-Bruce
May 4, 2021
Business Insider
The risk of unusual blood clots as a side effect of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine outweigh its benefits, the Danish Health Authority said.
Jonathan Rothwell
May 3, 2021
www.nytimes.com
In the most egalitarian countries, poor and less educated adults were more protected from job losses.
Richard Orange in Copenhagen
May 2, 2021
the Guardian
The 'coronapas' has enabled places such as bars, restaurants and museums to welcome people back
Lundgren, E. J., Ramp, D., Stromberg, J. C., Wu, J., Nieto, N. C., Sluk, M., Moeller, K. T., Wallach, A. D.
April 30, 2021
Science
Water is scarce in dryland ecosystems. Some larger animals in these regions dig wells that may provide water to other species. This behavior may have been common among megafauna that are now extinct, especially in North and South America, where megafaunal extinctions were the most severe. Lundgren et al. tested whether feral equids (horses and donkeys) reintroduced to desert regions in the North American southwest dig wells that provide ecosystem-level benefits. They found that equid-dug wells increased water availability, were used by a large number of species, and decreased distance between water sources. Abandoned wells also led to increased germination in key riparian tree species. Such equid-dug wells improve water availability, perhaps replacing a lost megafaunal function. Science , this issue p. [491][1] Megafauna play important roles in the biosphere, yet little is known about how they shape dryland ecosystems. We report on an overlooked form of ecosystem engineering by donkeys and horses. In the deserts of North America, digging of ≤2-meter wells to groundwater by feral equids increased the density of water features, reduced distances between waters, and, at times, provided the only water present. Vertebrate richness and activity were higher at equid wells than at adjacent dry sites, and, by mimicking flood disturbance, equid wells became nurseries for riparian trees. Our results suggest that equids, even those that are introduced or feral, are able to buffer water availability, which may increase resilience to ongoing human-caused aridification. [1]: /lookup/doi/10.1126/science.abd6775
Better Than Milk
April 21, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- April 22nd marks the 51st anniversary of Earth Day and while Better Than Milk may be young compared to that, they are committed to catching up...
Jessica Washington for the Fuller Project
April 20, 2021
the Guardian
Women have been deeply embedded in the movement for clean water and sanitation for decades, which has become even more pressing amid the pandemic
Alexis Wichowski
April 19, 2021
Wired
Governments see that companies have country-like powers, but they can't figure out how to deal with their un-country-like structures. Diplomats could help.
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