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INTERNATIONAL NEWS

The first Pride Month events take place in London

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LONDON IN COLOR

Starting this Tuesday, London will see numerous events celebrating Pride.

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Concerts, shows, catwalks, and much more. London will fill its streets with fun and color, with strictly defined COVID measures in place to safeguard the health of attendees.

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A €1,000 photo

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The fastest train

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Today marks the inauguration of the world's fastest train. Shanghai is now home to a mode of transport that will serve the cities of Suzhou, Wuxi, and Changzhou at a speed of 350km/h.

A work offer you can't refuse!A Parisian company offers €1,000 to take a selfie con the Eiffel Tower.

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Laurence des Cars becomes the first female director of the Louvre

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SHE IS SET TO REPLACE Jean-Luc Martinez IN SEPTEMBER

Des Cars is the first woman to direct the world's biggest museum, having also presided over the musée d'Orsay.

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"The Louvre has a lot to say to the youth, and they will be at the forefront of my concerns as president. The Louvre can be completely contemporary and current while also showing the past", says des Cars.Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

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4-day working week

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New patent

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British company BWD implemented a trial period of a four-day workweek for the first trimester of this year, and the results have shown great success. Despite employees working fewer days, productivity went up by 26%.Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

13-year-old Ayushman Nayak is a student at KIIT International School and has patented a washing machine which uses a five-layer filtration system that recycles and reuses hundreds of liters of water.Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS

A windcatcher could produce electricity for 80,000 homes

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EnoRMOUS, STABLE, AND SAFE

Norwegian company Wind Catching Systems presents a new solution to take advantage of wind energy.

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Wind Catching Systems claims to be manufactured with small pieces that are inexpensive to transport and repair, meaning that the product's lifecycle is 50 years, compared to the 30 years of most wind turbines.Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

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Meet Manta

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Seaweed

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A French ocean adventurer and his team have designed a yacht with the objective of ridding the oceans of plastic waste. The catamaran will be able to convert these plastics into fuel for the boat.Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

Australian researchers claim that seaweed could be the food, fuel, and sustainable material of the future. Various studies suggest that it may be one of our best weapons against climate change.Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

SCIENCE NEWS

The new device that detects cancer in blood samples with 95% accuracy

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AN INITIAL STUDY SHOWS PROMISING RESULTS

Using the vapors that emanate from our blood samples, it has been able to distinguish benign cells with up to 95% accuracy.

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"If developed properly for a clinical setting, this could become part of a standard yearly blood test."Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

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3,500-year-old map

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Black-footeed ferret

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Thanks to frozen cells from a wild specimen which lived over 30 years ago, the black-footed ferret has been cloned and named “Elizabeth Ann” and is now living a normal life with other ferrets.Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

A stone engraved with the oldest map in Europe has been discovered in France. It was found on the tombstone of Saint Bélec from the Bronze Age with engravings resembling hills and a river network and is over 3,500 years old.Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

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Two forest robots could plant thousands of trees a day

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PLANTING WITH NO MARGIN OF ERROR

The robots are based on the range of autonomous land vehicles from manufacturer Milrem Robotics.

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Its planting speed is 5-7 hours per hectare, depending on the species of tree and the land. It also registers the exact location of each tree.Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

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Artificial heart

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Phone "for old people"

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The first artificial heart is by the French group Carmat and is designed for people with terminal heart failure. It will arrive on the market for the second trimester in Europe.Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

The creation of 22-year-old Jorge Terreu is becoming the ideal tool for combatting loneliness. He has invented a mobile phone for the elderly so people can easily video call their grandparents, and it has been a great success!Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

OTHER NEWS

Dogs can understand humans from when they are puppies

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HUMANS AND THEIR PETS

They are capable of understanding what you want to say through signs, gestures, and looks.

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From as young as two months old, dogs are capable of looking at humans' faces and understanding what we are asking them to do. They gather the information and follow the signals we give them. It is part of their genetics, according to research carried out by the scientific journal Current Biology.Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

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Nanochameleon

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Barking emotions

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A new, tiny species could be considered the world's smallest reptile. Named Brookesia nana, the minuscule chameleon, native to Madagascar, can fit on the end of your finger.Story: lacarabuenadelmundo.com

A South Korean company has invented a collar that translates barks to emotions. It also allows you to monitor the physical activity of our loyal companions to understand their emotional state.Story:lacarabuenadelmundo.com