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- 'Had any other nation unleashed Covid we would never hear the end of it. Instead, we've rolled over'
IAIN DUNCAN SMITH: To the Beijing regime, any idea of questioning its official narrative or any suggestion that its laboratory
safety protocols warrant scrutiny is not just unreasonable but insulting.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 1 Aug 2021.
- Mettler-Toledo (MTD) Q2 Earnings & Sales Beat, Increase Y/Y
Mettler-Toledo's (MTD) second-quarter 2021 results benefit from robust Laboratory, Industrial and Food Retail product lines.
Zacks. Friday, 30 Jul 2021.
- Idexx Laboratories (IDXX) Q2 Earnings and Revenues Top Estimates
Idexx (IDXX) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 16.42% and 5.72%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2021. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Zacks. Friday, 30 Jul 2021.
- Russia successfully delivers its 'Nauka' laboratory upgrade module to the ISS
Russia dockets its new Nauka Multipurpose Laboratory
Module to the ISS at 9:29am ET on Thursday. The new module provides additional crew quarters, a galley and toilet.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- Russian Module Docks With International Space Station After 14-Year Delay
A Russian space-laboratory module has successfully docked with the International Space Station (ISS), adding room for scientific experiments and living space after a 14-year delay.
Radio Liberty. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- Russia sends long-delayed module to space station
The 13m-long, 20-tonne Nauka laboratory
is finally going into orbit after a delay of 14 years.
BBC News. Wednesday, 21 Jul 2021.
- WHO chief proposes second China probe into COVID's origins - including audit of Wuhan labs
The World Health Organisation (WHO) wants to launch a second investigation into the origins of COVID in China, including audits of Wuhan laboratories
Sky News. Friday, 16 Jul 2021.
- 'Lab accidents happen': WHO calls for more transparency from China about COVID origins
accidents "happen" and are "common", the head of the World Health Organisation has said as he called on China to be more transparent about the origins of COVID-19.
Sky News. Thursday, 15 Jul 2021.
- Will Abbott Stock Continue Its Rally After An 11% Rise In A Month?
The stock price of Abbott Laboratories
has seen an 11% rise over the last twenty-one trading days, while it is up 27% over the last year. ...
Forbes. Monday, 12 Jul 2021.
- Missing Theranos patient data at the heart of latest Holmes hearing
Prosecutors allege that Theranos destroyed the so-called Laboratory
Information System database (LIS), which allegedly showed a failure rate over 50%.
CNBC. Wednesday, 7 Jul 2021.
- Spectacular image captures ISS crossing in front of the sun
At the time the image was taken, two astronauts were spacewalking outside the orbiting laboratory
CBS News. Tuesday, 29 Jun 2021.
- A Space for Cultivating Creativity, 13 Years in the Making
Luma, a 27-acre complex that opens this week in southern France, blends elements like exhibition spaces, a design laboratory
and a Frank Gehry-designed building on a former rail yard.
New York Times. Friday, 25 Jun 2021.
- Condoleezza Rice says early dismissal of coronavirus lab leak theory was a "mistake"
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says "there was too much of a tendency early on to dismiss this possibility of a laboratory
CBS News. Sunday, 6 Jun 2021.
- Column: The lab-leak origin claim for COVID-19 is in the news, but it's still fact-free
The lab-leak hypothesis for COVID-19 is getting lots of attention, but there remains no evidence for the claim that COVID-19 originated in a laboratory
in China or anywhere else.
Los Angeles Times. Thursday, 3 Jun 2021.
- High Energy Cosmic Messengers Observed In The Laboratory For The First Time
Researchers at CERN are beginning to generate very high energy neutrinos and capture their behavior when they interact. This will help astronomers studying exotic astronomical phenomena.
Forbes. Tuesday, 1 Jun 2021.
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