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Germany

Country in central Europe

Germany  is a country in central Europe.

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April 13, 2021
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announce that the US will station 500 more troops in Germany.
January 21, 2021
Sanity Group sells CBD in Germany and Austria under the VAAY brand and recently entered the UK market. It's raised $29 million from a range of investors including Scooter Braun's TQ Ventures, Berlin investment fund Cherry Ventures, Hotspring Ventures, AGB Venture Capital, and Atlantic Food Labs, and celebrities like the Black Eyed Peas' Will.i.am, actress Alyssa Milano, and soccer player Mario Goetze.

The $29 million came from three funding rounds, Sanity Group managing director Finn Hänsel, told BI in an interview.

In February of last year, Sanity Group closed a $22 million "pre Series A" as Hänsel calls it, led by Calyx, a European fund focused on cannabis, HV Holtzbrinck Ventures, and Karan Wadhera, a managing partner of the cannabis-focused fund Casa Verde.

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Justin Huggler
June 18, 2021
The Telegraph
Country's highest selling newspaper gleefully described the rules preventing foreign holidays as a 'twist in the towel war'
Science X staff
June 18, 2021
phys.org
Germany is a hotspot for dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata) species in Europe, owing to the range of habitats and climates that it provides. While many recent and mostly small-scale studies suggest long-term declines of insect populations in different parts of Europe, studies of freshwater insects--including dragonflies and damselflies--suggest that some species have increased in occurrence. Researchers of iDiv, FSU and UFZ have now provided a nationwide analysis of the occurrence and distribution of dragonflies and damselflies in Germany between 1980 and 2016. For this, they analyzed over 1 million occurrence records on 77 species from different regional databases, most of which were collected by citizen scientists and collated by the natural history society of German-speaking odonatologists (GdO).
Science X staff
June 18, 2021
phys.org
Which trees will survive dry, very hot summers and which will suffer severe damage? Regarding European beech trees, this question may now be answered by genome analyses. A team led by Prof. Dr. Markus Pfenninger, LOEWE Center for Translational Biodiversity Genomics and Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Center, has studied damaged and healthy beech trees in Hesse, Germany and identified areas in their genome that are responsible for drought resistance. Based on these DNA sections, it is possible to predict for each individual tree how it resists longer periods of drought. Using targeted DNA tests, resistant specimens could now be selected for forestry in order to help beech forests adapting to climate change. The study was published in the journal "eLife."
The Associated Press
June 18, 2021
CTVNews
Lufthansa's chief executive said Friday that the company aims to pay back billions of euros in aid provided to help the airline through the coronavirus pandemic before Germany's election in late September.
Roboyo
June 18, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- World leader in Automation, Roboyo, has acquired AKOA to form the world's largest Intelligent Automation professional services company. The...
CSmith1919
June 17, 2021
Bavarian Football Works
The Portugal match is huge for Germany and both Emre Can and Matthias Ginter think the team will be ready.
DelveInsight Business Research, LLP
June 17, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- DelveInsight's "Myasthenia Gravis Market" report provides a thorough comprehension of the Myasthenia Gravis historical and forecasted...
Science X staff
June 17, 2021
phys.org
An international survey by the University of Münster's Cluster of Excellence "Religion and Politics" provides the first empirical evidence of an identity-related political cleavage of European societies that has resulted in the emergence of two entrenched camps of substantial size. "We see two distinct groups with opposing positions, which we call "Defenders' and "Explorers'", says psychologist Mitja Back, spokesperson of the interdisciplinary research team that conducted the most comprehensive survey of identity conflicts in Europe to date. "Who belongs to our country, who threatens whom, who is disadvantaged? Across all such questions of identity, the initial analyses of the survey reveal a new line of conflict between the two groups, which have almost diametrically opposite opinions. In debates over identity, these opinions have hardened into seemingly irreconcilable conflicts. The study could open up new avenues to tackle these conflicts."
NASA
June 17, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Cleaner-burning jet fuels made from sustainable sources can produce 50%-70% fewer ice crystal contrails at cruising altitude, reducing...
Research and Markets
June 17, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- The "Europe Bus Market, By Length (6-8m, 8-10m, 10-12m & Above 12m), By Seating Capacity (Up to 30, 31-40, 41-50 & Above 50 Seats), By...
June 17, 2021
The Economic Times
Scientists at Oxford University in the United Kingdom are testing combinations of the two-dose COVID-19 vaccines made by AstraZeneca, Moderna, Novavax and Pfizer-BioNTech. Smaller trials are also ongoing in Spain and Germany.
Justin Huggler
June 17, 2021
The Telegraph
Police play down reports of a shooting spree and suspect a crime of passion
June 17, 2021
The New Indian Express
A medic administers a dose of COVID-19 vaccine to a young person at a vaccination centre in Guwahati, Saturday, June 12, 2021. (Photo | PTI) By Associated Press It's likely safe and effective, but researchers are still gathering data to be sure. The authorized COVID-19 shots around the world are all designed to stimulate your immune system to produce virus-fighting antibodies, though the way they do so varies, noted Dr. Kate O'Brien, director of the World Health Organization's vaccine unit. "Based on the basic principles of how vaccines work, we do think that the mix-and-match regimens are going to work," she said. Scientists at Oxford University in the United Kingdom are testing combinations of the two-dose COVID-19 vaccines made by AstraZeneca, Moderna, Novavax and Pfizer-BioNTech. Smaller trials are also ongoing in Spain and Germany. "We really just need to get the evidence in each of these (vaccine) combinations," O'Brien said. So far, limited data suggests an AstraZeneca shot followed by the Pfizer shot is safe and effective. The combination also appears to come with a slightly higher likelihood of temporary side effects like aches and chills. That might be because mixing and matching different types of vaccines can often produce a stronger immune response, said Lawrence Young, a virologist at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom. In some places, health officials already suggest mixing in select circumstances. After the AstraZeneca vaccine was linked to extremely rare blood clots, many European countries including Germany, France and Spain recommended people who got it as a first dose get a Pfizer or Moderna shot as a second dose instead. In Britain and Canada, officials say people should aim to get the same vaccine for their second dose if possible. If they got AstraZeneca as their first shot, they're advised to get another vaccine only if they have a history of blood clots or other conditions that might put them at higher risk of clots.
By MARIA CHENG, AP Medical Writer
June 17, 2021
Chron
Can you mix and match two-dose COVID-19 vaccines?
By MARIA CHENG
June 17, 2021
AP NEWS
Can you mix and match two-dose COVID-19 vaccines?It's likely safe and effective, but researchers are still gathering data to be sure.The authorized COVID-19 shots around the world are all designed to stimulate your immune system to produce virus-fighting antibodies, though the way they do so varies, noted Dr.
Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP)
June 17, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Today marks the launch of the 15th edition of the Global Peace Index from the international think-tank the Institute for Economics & Peace...
Chris Price
June 16, 2021
The Telegraph
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Nidhi Taneja
June 16, 2021
news.google.com
With automation taking place at a much faster pace across industries especially in the tech space, domestic software firms that employee over 16 million are set to slash headcounts by a massive 3 million by 2022, which will help them save a whopping USD 100 billion mostly in salaries annually.
Nidhi Taneja
June 16, 2021
news.google.com
With automation taking place at a much faster pace across industries especially in the tech space, domestic software firms that employee over 16 million are set to slash headcounts by a massive 3 million by 2022, which will help them save a whopping USD 100 billion mostly in salaries annually.
June 16, 2021
WebWire
, , , , • High-speed 5G in around 50 cities , , • Over 1800 antennas on the 3.6 GHz frequency , , • 5G at a height of 200 meters at the Berlin TV tower, , • More than 66 million people covered by 5G , , , , , , Telekom is keeping up the pace in 5G rollout. In around 50 cities, 5G can now be received on the 3.6 gigahertz (GHz) frequency. With more than 1,800 antennas, Telekom was transmitting on this frequency as of June 14th 2021. It enables peak speeds of over one gigabit per second. The newly added...
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