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The majority of the microplastics found were polyester fibers, likely originating from climbers’ equipment and clothes.
As is often the case with pivotal scientific discoveries, CRISPR originated as a result of curiosity-driven research, a fascination with nature’s wonders and an obsessive desire to comprehend them.
Back in 2005, the FDA reported that only 15 percent of imported drugs marketed as Canadian actually originated in Canada.
Yunhan Zhang, who opened the shop in February, said the attack was at least the second time he or his shop has been targeted since the outbreak of the pandemic, which originated in Wuhan, China.
Other factors to consider include, where the data originates, how it’s stored and how it’s being used by the brand.
This work was done by pricking the flesh with hot needles, an idea which originated in the head of a North Stonington schoolmarm.
The hackers used SendGrid, an email marketing tool owned by Twilio, to make the emails appear as though they were originating from people’s real email accounts.
According to Demand the Vote, voter suppression mostly originates from and benefits Republican candidates, and by extension, their donors.
Before now, only five had been localized to specific regions in space, and they all originated outside our galaxy.
The flashes originated a few hundred kilometers above Jupiter’s layer of water clouds, where lightning typically forms, and several appeared in known stormy regions.

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