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Attention Jazz Music Presenters! Participate in All About Jazz's latest survey and help us help you.

All About Jazz 29 Jul 2021
All About Jazz, the world’s leading jazz music platform, is conducting a survey to learn more about you, your venue, and your relationship with ticketing.
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[O]verdure: Plants need music too

Manila Bulletin 29 Jul 2021
This symphony orchestra plays for itself, a mechanism of the world for self-nurture and, perhaps, indulgence ... A global survey conducted by the digital music service revealed that 21 percent of plantitos and plantitas everywhere tried talking to their plants over the last year.
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The world's most tolerant country can do even better

The Star Democrat 29 Jul 2021
The United States is tolerant and diverse by world standards ... As detailed in the World Values Survey, scientists find the United States, Canada, most of South America, Europe, and Australia the most racially tolerant with only 4.9% saying they would object to living next to someone of a different race.
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China sends sharp-tongued diplomat as ambassador to Washington

Finger Lakes Times 29 Jul 2021
Qin will be responsible for shepherding relations between the world’s two ... Some 76% of Americans said they viewed the world’s most populous nation unfavorably, up three percentage points from last year, according to a survey released earlier this month by the Pew Research Center.
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International Tiger Day: PM hails wildlife lovers; Expert insists on more conservation efforts

International Business Times 29 Jul 2021
The Indian tiger survey released last year revealed that India now accounts for about 70 per cent of the world's tiger population ... Save the Tiger campaign ... Q ... Q ... A ... This protects the vegetation which in turn maintains the integrity of streams, forests and croplands that provide people around the world with clean air, water, food and financial benefits ... .
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On the hunt for new exoplanets

Technology Org 29 Jul 2021
The NEID fiber feed mounted on the WIYN telescope obtained during commissioning of the instrument ... Image credit ... NEID joins a number of new state-of-the-art planet-hunting devices and surveys around the world, whose goal is to detect “twins” to Earth, planets of a similar size and that are not located too far away from or too close to the host star.
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Half of Zimbabweans faced extreme poverty in 2020 due to COVID-19: Rapid Poverty Income Consumption and Expenditure Survey (PICES)

Reliefweb 28 Jul 2021
This is according to findings from the 2020 Rapid Poverty Income Consumption and Expenditure Survey (PICES) Telephonic Survey conducted by Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZIMSTAT), in partnership with the World Bank and UNICEF. “ZIMSTAT together with the World Bank and ...
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Strong global confidence in second half of 2021

Gulf Daily News 28 Jul 2021
The GECS, the largest regular economic survey of over 1,000 senior accountants and finance professionals from across the world, has consistently captured the true scale of the global recession caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, tracking both, region-specific drops in confidence ...
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Disruption in health services during COVID-19 pandemic threatens elimination of hepatitis in Latin America and the Caribbean

Reliefweb 28 Jul 2021
This survey was undertaken in advance of the July 28 World Hepatitis Day, which is celebrated annually to raise awareness about viral hepatitis, a group of infectious diseases that cause inflammation of the liver and can lead to cirrhosis and liver cancer.
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QS Best Student Cities: London's increasing affordability becomes a big draw

The National 28 Jul 2021
London has been crowned the world's top city for students for the third year in a row, according to a new survey, with its increasing affordability one of the surprising factors ... Best student cities in the world 2021 ranked ... London also boasts 18 world-class universities and colleges, with only Seoul having a higher number, with 21.
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Cost of data breaches in Canada hit new record in 2021: IBM

North Shore News 28 Jul 2021
According to a new report from IBM Security, the average cost of a data breach in Canada was $6.75 million per incident in the 2021 survey year ... The IBM survey analyzed real-world data breaches experienced by 500 organizations worldwide (26 in Canada) between May 2020 and March 2021.
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New spiders, flower identified

Shenzhen Daily 28 Jul 2021
NEW surveys have determined the existence of 10 new spider species and one new flower species on Mount Fanjingshan, a world heritage site in southwest China known for its scenery and biodiversity.
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Element 14 eBook covers IoT security trends

Eweekly 28 Jul 2021
The IoT allows millions of servers, devices, and people across the world to communicate, share information, and achieve both simple and intricate goals through multiple applications ... a webinar on the latest IoT trends based on information from its third annual global IoT survey.
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Caltech studies up on ways to better student experience

San Gabriel Valley Tribune 28 Jul 2021
Caltech’s light shines so brightly that it would be hard to dim it for the students who come from all around the world to study here. But as a survey that institute supporters are getting online this week shows, even Caltech is concerned about the quality of its students’ experience.
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Three quarters of UAE residents unaware hepatitis can be asymptomatic

The National 28 Jul 2021
The survey results were released before World Hepatitis Day on July 28, to shine a light on the need for more awareness about the chronic diseases known as hepatitis A, B, C, D and E ... The UAE is one of the world's least affected countries, where hepatitis C kills around 0.01 people per 100,000.

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