Challengers Tour Finals: Pragg and Yoo succeed

Three and out The two players who qualified for the Julius Baer Challengers Tour final certainly made a strong impression on Saturday. As Christopher Yoo beat Awonder Liang 3-0, Praggnanandhaa got the better of Vincent Keymer with a score of 2½-½ – moreover, the Indian prodigy agreed to draw in …

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Covid vaccine mixing and pairing reviewed by FDA panel

Several panelists said Friday they felt comfortable with the amount of data NIH researchers had gathered to recommend FDA clearance for the vaccine mix. Dr Ofer Levy, director of the Precision Vaccines Program at Boston Children’s Hospital at Harvard, said many Americans have already taken the matter into their own …

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October 15 updates: UK MP dies after stabbing, FDA advisers approve J&J Covid booster injections, declining confidence in Biden’s policies weighs on US consumer sentiment

Covid-19 testing operations at a private laboratory in central England have been suspended after thousands of people received negative PCR test results that did not match a rapid antigen test. The lab’s testing operations came to the attention of the NHS Test and Trace unit after reports were raised that …

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Art playlist: “Fantastic and medieval past”

A new Delaware Art Museum exhibit traces themes of medieval fantasy through American illustrator and author Howard Pyle and young adult literature. Fantastic and medieval past was designed by University of Delaware instructor Emily Shartrand and in this week’s arts playlist, she joins Kelli Steele of Delaware Public Media to …

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“There is life elsewhere in the universe”

To search for life in outer space, scientists need to better understand how primitive life developed on Earth. It is believed that some organisms found in underwater volcanic vents may be representative of early life forms. Imagebroker / Alamy Stock Photo Swiss Nobel Laureate Didier Queloz and German astrophysicist Sascha …

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