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  • Environmental Friendly Plastics Made From Natural Products

    By Victoria on February 20, 2017
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    In north-eastern Italy, biochemical company Novamont has opened the first plant in the world to make a chemical compound used in the generation of plastics with renewable sources such as sugar and water. The compound, called bio-butanediol, will be utilised mainly for biodegradable plastics for fruit, vegetable, and shopping bags. According to Mater-Biotech Executive Director Stefano Dessi, “Bio-butanediol is a highly-used chemical compound […]
  • Audrey Assad to play the Button Factory, Dublin May 19

    By Rob on February 17, 2017
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    Audrey Assad is the daughter of a Syrian refugee, an author, speaker, producer, and critically lauded songwriter and musician. She releases music she calls “soundtracks for prayer” on the label Fortunate Fall Records. She is also one half of the pop band LEVV, whose debut EP peeked at #17 on the iTunes Alternative chart. Her first solo album was awarded […]
  • App “By My Eyes” Is A Helping Tool For The Visually Impaired

    By Victoria on February 17, 2017
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    A new high-tech tool entitled “Be My Eyes” has been developed in Denmark with the aim of helping the blind to see. This smartphone app connects via a live-streaming camera to thousands of so-called “helpers”. The app connects anyone with a visual impairment to sighted helpers. The helpers can then help look at, for example, the expiration date on milk […]
  • 32 Years After Olympic Games Collision Decker and Budd Make Their Peace

    By Victoria on February 14, 2017
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    It was the big talking point of the 1984 Olympic Games.  In the women’s 3,000m final, Mary Decker, the golden girl of American athletics tripped and fell, and with it her dream of the ultimate victory in front of her home crowd.  Decker reacted bitterly towards the young South African-born runner Zola Budd who she blamed for the collision. The […]
  • THANK YOU

    By Rob on February 11, 2017
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    Wow the last days have been full on. We are so grateful for your generous support. Let me give you a quick report on our Spring Fundraiser. It was mostly pretty steady — but there were a few patches when we wondered if there was anyone out there at all — and then there were times when the phones were […]
  • Teenager Saves Brother From Septic Tank Accident

    By Victoria on February 11, 2017
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    A thirteen-year-old girl from County Laois has been recognised for saving the life of her younger brother who was moments away from drowning in a disused septic tank. Emily Duggan was honoured at the recent Irish Water Safety’s National Awards ceremony for the heroic measures she used to pull her brother Justin (aged 10) to safety after an incident on the […]
  • Single Mother Raising Son With Autism Receives Generous Gift

    By Victoria on February 8, 2017
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    In the United States, a Los Angeles single mother who is raising a son with autism received some well-deserved help and recognition from an actress who knows what she is going through. It was a surprise for the mother, Erica Soto, when she received $2,500 worth of free groceries. Actress Holly Robinson Peete joined forces with the food company Armour […]
  • Tel Aviv Hosts Alternative Fuel Summit

    By Victoria on February 5, 2017
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    In Tel Aviv, Israel, innovators and researchers recently gathered for the Fuel Choice Summit, dedicated to some of the latest breakthroughs in alternative transport and energy. According to a recent UN report, air quality in cities is getting worse, with the report stating that pollution leads to the deaths of more children every year than malaria and HIV/AIDS combined. The summit […]
  • World’s Biggest Space Telescope is Ready After Two Decades

    By Victoria on February 2, 2017
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    After almost two decades, the world’s largest and most complex space telescope is finally ready. The telescope will be bigger and more powerful than the Hubble Space Telescope, which it will replace, and is being named after former NASA administrator James Webb. The Webb telescope will be launched into space in 2018.  According to John C. Mather, NASA Senior Astrophysicist, at […]
  • World’s Oldest Woman Aged 116 Reveals Her Everyday Eating Habits

    By Victoria on January 29, 2017
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    The world’s oldest person has given us a clue as to how she has achieved such longevity. Emma Morano, of Verbania, Italy was born on Nov. 29th 1899 and is the last verified living person to have been born in the 1800s. At the age of 117, Morano revealed that she eats two eggs in a typical day and also […]

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