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COVID-19: Vaccinated passengers from India, other nations can travel to US from November

Once the protocols are in place, passengers from several countries, including the UK, India and Brazil and Europe would be allowed to enter the US with proof of vaccination

Published on 21st September 2021
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Children across Europe returning to school after 18 months of pandemic

There are concerns of a new surge in infections from the highly infectious delta variant of the coronavirus

Published on 5th September 2021
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As cases and hospitalisation decreases, children across Europe return to school after 18 months of pandemic

Britain, which lifted nearly all pandemic restrictions on business and socialising in July, has among the highest Coronavirus rates in Europe

Published on 4th September 2021
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Indian students bag the highest number of Erasmus scholarships for second year running

The fully-funded scholarship will allow students to earn degrees from at least two European universities across 20 countries

Published on 14th August 2021
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Universities have to build overseas campuses to keep up with the post-COVID world: GUS CEO

Sharad Mehra, Asia Pacific CEO of Global University Systems, which partners with several private universities in Canada, UK, Israel and Europe on universities in a post-COVID world

Published on 23rd July 2021
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Does your city list among the 25 mega-cities responsible for 52% of the world's urban greenhouse gas

Research confirms that cities in Europe, USA, and Australia have a significantly greater carbon footprint than cities in developing nations, adding that current mitigation targets won't fix the issue

Published on 12th July 2021
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Serum Institute requests government to get Covishield included in EU COVID-19 Vaccination Passport

Only four vaccines — Comirnaty of Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, Vaxzevria by AstraZeneca-Oxford and Johnson & Johnson's Janssen — have been approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) 

Published on 28th June 2021
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Astronauts aboard International Space Station deploy new solar arrays to power research, orbiting

NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough and ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Thomas Pesquet in their eighth spacewalk of the year outside the ISS deployed the new ISS Roll-Out Solar Array (iROSA)

Published on 21st June 2021
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Scientists develop new AI algorithm to improve efficacy of sleep disorder treatments

For the study, about 20,000 nights of sleep from the United States and a host of European countries have been collected and used to train the algorithm

Published on 9th June 2021
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China defends plan to build university in Hungary despite protests in Budapest against the agreement

The programme would enroll international students and be the school's only foreign outpost, as well as the first Chinese university campus in the 27-nation European Union

Published on 7th June 2021
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Open, expressive family life may reduce social deprivation effects among adopted children: Study

Researchers enrolled children who had spent at least eight months in Eastern European orphanages before their adoption by American families

Published on 29th May 2021
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WHO acknowledges missteps in COVID-handling, considers ways to strengthen urgent response 

The European Union and Vanuatu are behind the resolution that would create a working group on strengthening WHO's readiness and response to health emergencies

Published on 24th May 2021
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Strict lockdown can delay cardiorespiratory development in children, says study

The research, published in the European Journal of Pediatrics, involved a group of 89 children from a school in north-eastern Spain

Published on 20th May 2021
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Researchers suggest transitioning to cities that promote mobility for better heart health

The World Health Organization regional office for Europe has advocated urban planning which supports cycling and walking and improves air quality

Published on 19th May 2021
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Pfizer, BioNTech requests EU to approve its COVID vaccine for children between 12 and 15 

In a statement on Friday, the two companies said their submission to the European Medicines Agency was based on an advanced study in more than 2,000 adolescents

Published on 30th April 2021

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