UN releases new report on comprehensive sexuality education

Despite progress in sexuality education in some countries, too many still cannot provide children and young people with the knowledge and skills they need to ensure their health and well-being. This is what the new United Nations report on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) reveals. Too often teachers are unprepared and students do not study all … Read more

United Nations publishes new report on comprehensive sexuality education

Despite progress in some countries, far too many fail to ensure that children and young people have the knowledge and skills they need for good health and well-being, according to a new United Nations report. on comprehensive sexuality education (ESI). Too often teachers are unprepared, students do not learn the range of subjects they need … Read more

Revealed! SARS-CoV-2 Attacks Cambodia Since 2010

BANGKOK – Evidently COVID-19 has been around since eleven years ago, because in November and December 2010, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the Cambodian authorities invited researchers from the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle in Paris to explore several sites in northern Cambodia. As reported by Nature, the aim was to … Read more

Hubble stationed on Earth? NASA could not solve the problem Space | Technology | NASA | Science | Science News | Malayalam Technology News

The Hubble Space Telescope, which has brought many mysteries and strange sights to space for more than 30 years, has reportedly gone on strike. NASA researchers say Hubble has been down for the past few days due to technical issues. Several attempts were made to resolve the issue but failed. But no problems were found … Read more

17-year periodical cicada outbreak Eating, playing, unexpected reaction of animals | NIKKEI STYLE

A periodical cicada of “Brude X (Ten)” perching on a leaf at the National Geographic studio in the District of Washington. Trillions of cicadas have spent 17 years underground and are now appearing in 15 states in the eastern United States (Photograph by Rebecca Hale). An outbreak of periodic cicadas has begun in the Washington … Read more

Doctor, to the call! 70 percent of budgetary places in medical universities will be given to target students

This year, budget-funded places in medical universities will be given mainly to target students. So, in the specialty “General Medicine” their share will be 70 percent, in “Pediatrics” – 75 percent, and in the most scarce areas of residency – even 100 percent. These are Anesthesiology, Radiology, Cardiology, Pulmonology, Neurology, Otorhinolaryngology, Ophthalmology, Bacteriology, Infectious Diseases. … Read more

Scientists find out what “amplified” the Indian strain of coronavirus

Photo: pixabay.com The persistence of the Delta variant is linked to a new mutation The resistance of the Indian strain to antibodies is associated with the P681R mutation, researchers from Japan have found. Japanese biologists have found that the resistance of the Indian strain of the new type of coronavirus (Delta variant) to antibodies is … Read more

Yalta “floated” after a heavy shower // Watch

In the Yalta region, a two-month precipitation rate fell per day. One of the rivers overflowed its banks, the streets and the first basements of houses were flooded. In Kerch, the consequences of flooding are being eliminated. Rains in Crimea will continue today. The southern coast of Crimea was under the blow of the elements. … Read more

UNESCO at the EDUCOM virtual fair in Ecuador

On June 9 and 10, the Educom virtual fair was held, organized by Fundación Fidal and Grupo Ekos, with technical assistance from UNESCO.The opening ceremony was attended by Youssef Filali-Meknassi, director of the UNESCO Office in Quito and representative for Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela, in the company of María Brown Pérez, Minister of Education, … Read more

Opera stops VPN support in its browsers in Russia

Opera has announced its decision to suspend support for VPN services in its browsers in Russia. The company said in a statement that this preventive measure will allow Opera to remain committed to the privacy and security of its users on the Web and provide them with the best services. Earlier it became known that … Read more