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This artwork was made by 10 and 11 year old pupils of the Yallinup Steiner School in South West Australia and won the Happs Winery Emerging Artist award at the Dunsborough Sculpture by the Bay Arts Festival. It was dyed … Continue reading
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Media Blackout on Brazil’s Anti-Bolsonaro Protests – Why are New York Times and Guardian downplaying resistance to Brazil’s far-right president? — Russia News Now
by Brian Mier August 13 protest against Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro in Belo Horizonte, one of 211 cities where demonstrations took place (photo: Dowglas Silva). Hundreds of thousands of Brazilians took to the streets of 211 cities on August 13 … Continue reading
In Trindad and Tobago, “moko jumbies” soar high during Carnival. The traditional art of stilt dancing is a highlight of Trinidadian celebrations, but for stilt walker Adrian Young, it’s an everyday practice. For the past 21 years, he has been … Continue reading
Einstein didn’t like the schools he went to, how would he improve them? Source: What would school be like if Albert Einstein was your principal?
The first set of experiments which demonstrate how the Zika Virus manages to create microcephaly in infants have been published. Previously the link between the two was purely speculative and circumstantial, now it is beginning to be proven. The Zika … Continue reading
Project Tamar is a marine conservation centre in Brazil that is internationally recognised marine conservation programme that involves coastal communities directly in its socio-ecological research and activities. The primary mission of the Tamar, is research, conservation and management of the five … Continue reading