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Africa’s third wave of COVID-19 is not over, continent should prepare for further outbreaks – World

Washington, DC (July 23, 2021) – Although new cases of COVID-19 across Africa may begin to decline, the third wave is far from over and several countries remain dangerously affected by the spread of the Delta variant . Project HOPE warns that the third wave of COVID-19 across African countries …

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Lattice Semiconductor Recognized for “Leading the Next Wave of FPGA Innovation”

Semiconductor Review Magazine Names Lattice Top Ten Microelectronic Solutions Companies HILLSBORO, Oregon, July 20, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Lattice Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: LSCC), the leader in low power programmable systems, announced today that the company has been named to Semiconductor Review Magazine’s Top 10 Microelectronic Solutions Companies list. Lattice was …

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Modi calls on BJP deputies to counter Oppn on Covid | Latest India News

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday called on Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lawmakers to ensure they respond swiftly to opposition claims about the government’s response to Covid-19 and vaccine availability, saying the Congress was in a “coma” and was unable to digest as the BJP came to power. Addressing a …

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The global industrial magnetron market is projected to reach $ 553.4 million by 2026, with a CAGR of 3.60% during the forecast period 2021-2026

Market growth is expected to be driven by increasing demand for microwaves for commercial and industrial use. In addition, in recent years, defense spending has increased in various countries, which will further increase the demand for magnetrons in applications such as radio sensing and telemetry (RADAR). New York, July 20, …

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How do scientists define a heat wave?

The historically unprecedented heat wave in the Pacific Northwest was so intense that an estimated one billion marine animals died from boiling. This was in addition to the hundreds of human deaths, city-destroying fires and infrastructure failures, like melted utility lines and twisted roads whose images have been shared on …

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Lawsuit Seeks More Overflow At Columbia Basin Dams For Salmon

SPOKANE, Wash .– The record-breaking heat wave in the Pacific Northwest prompted fishing and conservation groups to ask a federal court on Friday to order more dam spills on the Snake and Columbia rivers next spring, which could facilitate the migration of endangered salmon and Steelhead does. Earthjustice, on behalf …

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South African leaders fear new wave of violence from Zuma loyalists | South Africa

South African authorities fear a new wave of attacks aimed at undermining the economy, investment and the rule of law as networks loyal to former President Jacob Zuma seek to force his return to power. Investigators believe last week’s unrest, which killed more than 200 people and caused massive damage …

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Lawsuit Seeks More Overflow At Columbia Basin Dams For Salmon And Rainbow Trout

SPOKANE – The record-breaking heat wave in the Pacific Northwest has prompted fishing and conservation groups to ask a federal court on Friday to order more dam spills on the Snake and Columbia rivers next spring, which could facilitate the migration of endangered salmon and rainbow trout. . Earthjustice, on …

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Electric yellow school bus will try to run the vehicle to the grid

Electric school bus unveiled in Los Angeles MediaNews Group via Getty Images The renewable electricity grid of the future needs a lot of energy storage. Many were drawn to an idea called “Vehicle to Grid” (V2G) as a possible solution. The idea is that the giant fleets of electric cars …

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How electric vehicles could transform the electricity grid

More and more electric vehicles are becoming able not only to store energy for driving, but also to power buildings and the network at large, thanks to a capacity called “two-way charging”. This is an emerging technology that could keep refrigerators, lights, and the internet on in homes and other …

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