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Wooden skyscrapers are on the rise — but are they a fire hazard?

The Times/The Sunday Times 04 Jun 2023
According to a study by researchers at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact. Related articles. Timber skyscraper to spring up in Berlin. February 02 2021, 12.01am. Oliver Moody. , Berlin. .
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Companies finding it's not so simple to leave

The Bismarck Tribune 03 Jun 2023
DAVID MCHUGH. Associated Press. When Russia invaded Ukraine, global companies were quick to respond, some announcing they would get out of Russia immediately, others curtailing imports or new investment ... More than a year later, it's clear ... sanctions, said Maria Shagina, a sanctions expert at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in Berlin ... .
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Owkin Powers a New Era in Oncology Research with MOSAIC – An Unprecedented $50 Million Spatial Atlas of Cancer Cells

Pharmiweb 02 Jun 2023
PARIS & SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#earnings--Owkin, Nanostring (NASDAQ.NSTG), and world-leading cancer research institutions University of Pittsburgh, Gustave ... The CCCC closely collaborates with Berlin research institutions as well as national and international networks.
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Highly Intelligent People Are Slower To Answer Complex Problems

IFL Science 02 Jun 2023
People who score highly on intelligence tests answer simple questions more quickly than their less intelligent counterparts ... Advertisement. Professor Petra Ritter of the Berlin Institute of Health in der Charité is seeking to make simulations that mimic the characteristics of individual human brains ... You're Probably Not Washing Your Feet Properly ... .
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Companies are finding it's not so simple to leave Russia. Some are quietly staying put

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette 02 Jun 2023
When Russia invaded Ukraine, global companies were quick to respond, some announcing they would get out of Russia immediately, others curtailing imports or new investment ... More than a year later, it’s clear ... Some say nothing ... sanctions, said Maria Shagina, a sanctions expert at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in Berlin ... .
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Government body warns of increased health threats from climate change in Germany

Federal News Radio 01 Jun 2023
BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s disease control agency warned Thursday that rising temperatures due to global warming will increase the likelihood of heat stroke, vector-borne illnesses and other health risks in the country ... In the first of the institute’s three reports...
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Calculating the effects of a climate transition in India

Phys Dot Org 01 Jun 2023
India, with its 1.4 billion people, is the third largest greenhouse gas emitter after China and the U.S. ... This is the subject of a study led by the Berlin-based climate research institute MCC (Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change) ... Provided by Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC) gGmbH.
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Happy Pride Month. Creepy, bully Republican lawmakers are fixated on assaulting our community.

Longview News-Journal 01 Jun 2023
The world’s first trans clinic, the Institute for Sexual Research in Berlin, was one of the first victims of German Nazi targeting in 1933, when it’s clinic was shut down, administrators and doctors were forced to flee the country, and 20,000 books — including every bit of ...
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15 Trans and Nonbinary Rising Stars and Where to Watch Them

Rotten Tomatoes 31 May 2023
Bella Ramsey ... Bilal Baig ... Tante’s story, presented in flashbacks, is based on the experiences of trans women in the Weimar Republic and features Magnus Hirschfeld’s Institute for Sexual Research. Housed in Berlin and ultimately destroyed by the Nazis, the Institute was the first recorded clinic to provide gender-affirming healthcare for trans people ... .
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Germany Tells Moscow to Close 4 Consulates in Russia

Moscow Times 31 May 2023
Berlin will drastically reduce Moscow's diplomatic presence on its soil after Russia slashed the number of people Berlin can employ in its embassies and institutions in Russia, a foreign ministry spokesman said Wednesday.
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Germany orders four Russian consulates on its soil closed

Urdu Point 31 May 2023
... on its soil after Russia slashed the number of people Berlin can employ in its embassies and institutions in Russia, a foreign ministry spokesman said on Wednesday.
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ECB inflation target "long way off": German experts

Beijing News 31 May 2023
Despite an expected gradual slowdown in inflation in the eurozone, the ECB target is unlikely to be reached before 2026, according to a survey of 181 financial experts conducted by the Mannheim-based institute. BERLIN, May 30 (Xinhua) -- The European Central Bank's (ECB) goal of ...
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Fixed on nitrogen, a key fertilizer ingredient

Columbia Missourian 31 May 2023
Haber’s discovery of synthetic ammonia production changed the world, said the physicist Benjamin Johnson at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin ... Haber, by then director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physical Chemistry in Berlin, set out to help.
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ECB Warns of Higher Interest Rates’ Impact on Financial Stability

FX Empire 31 May 2023
Hightlights ... Advertisement. ECB Warns Higher Rates Test Resilience ... The report also noted that regions with significant institutional investor presence in the residential real estate market, such as Berlin, parts of western Germany, and capitals like Paris, Madrid, Lisbon, and Dublin, could experience a more substantial impact if capital is withdrawn.
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India-EU Global Gateway Conference to be held on June 1-2

Beijing News 31 May 2023
New Delhi , May 31 (ANI) ... The Conference is an outcome of the India-EU Connectivity partnership launched during the India-EU Leaders' Meeting in May 2021 ... So, India is here in competition with other Asian players," Berlin-based analyst Christian Wagner, a researcher with the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, told DW ... (ANI) ....
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