Face Masks?

Face Masks?

When Covid 19 first appeared, my first reaction was that it would hit Japan (my area of expertise), particularly badly. We knew at an early stage that Covid 19 has a much higher rate of mortality for the elderly and Japan has the worst demographics in the World. For every...

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Insolvency Myth Busting

Insolvency Myth Busting

Insolvency practitioners aren’t just there to step in when business goes sour: their expertise can be used to ensure your business makes it through crises and comes out ready to thrive. Speakers Steve Illes and Clair Dart share their top financial tips on cashflow, business structure and insolvency matters. By...

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Lullaby by Leila Slimani

Lullaby by Leila Slimani

Due to the general lack of, well, anything else to do, our next virtual meet-up came around quickly. One benefit of lockdown seems to be that reading time is up exponentially, especially when one group member’s husband (mine) is reliving his teenage years by hogging the television with an eBay...

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Lung cancer for smokers and non-smokers found to be biologically distinct

Lung cancer for smokers and non-smokers found to be biologically distinct

A major new study has shown that lung cancer in non-smokers is a diverse and distinct disease from that found in smokers. These findings could lead to significant development in the way lung cancer is treated, with new treatments for non-smokers with lung cancer tailored to the newly identified genetic...

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1.5 million archaeological objects have been unearthed by the public, British Museum reveals

1.5 million archaeological objects have been unearthed by the public, British Museum reveals

The British public have discovered many hundreds of thousands of archaeological objects, and new figures released by the British Museum reveal that the number recorded to its Portable Antiquities Scheme has hit a milestone 1.5 million. These finds have radically transformed what we know about life through time on the...

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Devolution

Devolution

Devolution By Max Brooks ISBN-10: 1984820192 Max Brooks, son of Mel, deals in dystopia. With World War Z he managed to take the hoariest of the horrors; the practically antediluvian zombie apocalypse and resurrected it into an urgent new form. For his new tour around the end of the world,...

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Meet the next generation of artists and designers

Meet the next generation of artists and designers

The RCA’s renowned graduate show launched online, for the first time in history, as a digital discovery platform – RCA2020.From 16 – 31 July visitors can discover the work of 850 students from around the world, participate in public events, and explore collections of student work curated by leading lights...

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