It’s 1976 and Blondie are travelling back from a recording in Rockefeller Centre Studios in New York City, with then unknown rock n roll photographer Bob Gruen in tow. On the corner of 6th Avenue and 50th Street they come across the wreck of a car, turned over on its roof, doors open, windows smashed […]
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Escherichia coli O157:H7 is a globally important foodborne pathogen and has been mainly associated with cattle as the reservoir. However, accumulating data shows the importance of sheep as an E. coli O157:H7 vehicle. The presence of E. coli O157/O157:H7 in … Continue reading →
Global brief on vector-borne diseases pdf, 4.45 Mb # 9005 Officially Japan hasn’t seen a locally acquired case of Dengue since the late 1940s, although in January of this year the journal Eurosurveillance published a reports on a German tourist who was diagnosed with the disease upon returning home from a trip to Japan (see Autochthonous dengue virus infection in Japan imported into Germany, September 2013). Today, however, the Japanese Ministry of Health is
Yesterday, I saw this quote from the blurb for Jamie Bartlett’s new book The Dark Net: Beyond the familiar online world that most of us inhabit — a world of Google, Hotmail, Facebook and Amazon — lies a vast and often hidden network of sites, communities and cultures where freedom is pushed to its limits, […]