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Transmission and Distribution Equipment Market Size Technological Advancement Share and Growth Research Analysis with Forecast to 2024

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Feb 05, 2021 (Market Insight Reports) —
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Veterinary Electrosurgery Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast

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Japan, Japan, Fri, 05 Feb 2021 02:54:46 / Comserve Inc. / — Veterinary Electrosurgery Market With Top Countries Data, Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Revenue, Prominent Players, Developing Technologies, Forecast & Regional Analysis (Latin America, North America, Asia Specific, Europe, Middle East )

Market Overview:
Global Veterinary Electrosurgery Market is valued approximately at USD 56 million in 2019 and is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 8.6% over the forecast period 2020-2027. Veterinary electrosurgery is a subset of a radio frequency with

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Noise pollution is harming sea life, needs to be prioritized, scientists say

(Reuters) – Far beneath the ocean surface, a cacophony of industrial noise is disrupting marine animals’ ability to mate, feed and even evade predators, scientists warn.

FILE PHOTO: Assorted reef fish swim above a staghorn coral colony as it grows on the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Cairns, Australia October 25, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

With rumbling ships, hammering oil drills and booming seismic survey blasts, humans have drastically altered the underwater soundscape – in some cases deafening or disorienting whales, dolphins and other marine mammals that rely on sound to navigate, researchers report in a metastudy published online

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Why the Space Force is hostage to politics

Why establishing the Air Force was not as political as creating the Space Force.

The FAA is briefing the Hill today on reports that SpaceX violated a December launch license.

The UAE’s Hope probe to Mars will reach the Red Planet’s orbit next week.

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The northern lights danced over Fairbanks, Alaska

The northern lights, or aurora borealis, are a frequent visitor at high latitudes during the long nights of winter. In central and northern Alaska, they can usually be seen on more than half of clear nights when skies are dark enough. (During the summertime, “polar day” means the sun never sets, making it impossible to see the spectacle.)

Trying your luck in the dead of winter is ordinarily the best bet, but it’s not for the faint of heart. Fairbanks hasn’t recorded a temperature above zero in a week.

Despite the frigid air, clear skies and calm winds have allowed

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Face masks can be recycled into roads to rid pandemic waste

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A sample of a recycled road-making material, which blends shredded single-use face masks with processed building rubble, made by engineers at RMIT University in Australia.

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Tangling animals’ legs together, floating across city streets and swimming in oceans after journeying through sewers, face masks have found themselves in just about every nook and cranny of the environment since the pandemic began.

The litter visible today is just a glimpse of what a post-pandemic world could look like, but one team of engineers from Australia propose a solution to the growing waste problem: recycle masks into roads.

Not only would

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