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You might have heard that the fear of a new virus from China is spreading faster than the actual virus.
As the world confronts the spread of a deadly new virus, interest in disease-themed movies, games and TV series has exploded, with worried viewers turning to documentaries and disaster flicks for answers and ways to cope.
The public education game, whose Chinese name translates to “battle of pathogens”, aims to help communicate epidemic prevention tips to players. It was co-launched by a local government department in China with official newspaper People’s Daily and developed by ByteDance subsidiary Ohayoo.
Gripping a scalpel, Vladislav Zaitsev makes an incision in the fold of skin between his client's thumb and index finger and pushes in a small glass cylinder.
From Facebook-based retailers to e-shopping platforms based in China, Cambodians love the convenience of gettingtheir shopping done with a few clicks.
Feeling stressed by the deadly coronavirus? Have a good cry, say Chinese health experts. If that does not work, buy a punching bag for the office or try singing.
It may sound more like science fiction than science fact, but researchers have created bionic jellyfish by embedding microelectronics into these ubiquitous marine invertebrates with hopes to deploy them to monitor and explore the world's oceans.
Use Lego parts to reproduce mechanical stresses on human cells. This was the original idea devised by a team of Inserm scientists to offset the very costly human and material resources required for research of this type.
Having launched on PC ahead of a console release in 2021, innovative Pokémon homage Temtem became the Steam store's biggest seller for the week.
BEING connected is an important aspect in today’s mobile community as it helps keep you on the pulse with real-time information, such as news, work and social networks.