Global $19.96 Bn Genetic Testing Markets to 2027

Dublin, June 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Genetic Testing Market (2022-2027) by Type, Technology, Applications, Geography, Competitive Analysis, and the Impact of Covid-19 with Ansoff Analysis” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The Global Genetic Testing Market is estimated to be USD 10.43 Bn in 2022 and is projected to reach USD … Read more

Humans will soon mine outer space

Like Earth, planetary bodies such as the Moon, Mars, asteroids, and comets contain substantial deposits of valuable resources. This has caught the attention of both researchers and industry, with hopes of one day mining them to support a space economy. But setting up any kind of off-Earth mining industry will be no small feat. Let’s … Read more

Aspen Valley asking residents to not ‘kidnap’ wildlife

Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary is cautioning residents against becoming “accidental kidnappers.” According to Linda Glimps, the organization’s Executive Director, people will sometimes try to “rescue” young animals thinking they’re orphaned, but end up doing more harm than good. “Sometimes what happens is we get phone calls from rescuers who say they’ve got a fawn. They … Read more

‘I saw about 4 cops with their guns drawn’: Neighbor witnessed police kill man who stabbed 3 females

Late Monday night on Anoka Street in south Ottawa, Scott Babbitt was inside his home with a nearby window open when he heard screams coming from outside. He didn’t think it could be anything nefarious, but about 15 minutes later he stepped outside to investigate and watched as police shot and killed a 21-year-old man … Read more

XIII Remake to Get Huge Update From New Developer With Reworked Art Style, Improved AI, and More

Publisher Microids has announced that 2020’s maligned XIII remake will be getting a big free update this September. In a rather bold move, Microids has moved development of the XIII remake away from PlayMagic, and instead entrusted French studio Tower Five with working on the project. The result is this update, which has been in … Read more

The 9 New Books You Should Read in July 2022

Exactly what constitutes a beach read has inspired much debate—but perhaps the answer is no more complicated than whether a book is easy to get lost in. Under that definition, the best new books coming in July are ideal for the beach (or the couch, the airplane, or the hammock). Isabel Kaplan’s novel NSFWfor example, … Read more

Next Bond film will be ‘complete reinvention’ but won’t shoot for ‘at least two years’ | Movies

The 26th official James Bond film is unlikely to be in cinemas before 2025, according to the series’ producer, Barbara Broccoli. Speaking at a dinner to honor Broccoli and her half-brother Michael G Wilson after the presentation of their BFI Fellowships, the gatekeeper of all things 007 (and daughter of Cubby Broccoli) said they had … Read more

Sherwood has exposed undercover policing. Now let’s hear the stories of victims like me | Alison

The BBC crime drama Sherwood signifies the moment our campaign about spy cops abuse has cut through the noise. Set in a “red wall” former mining community in Nottinghamshire, the main storyline follows a police manhunt for killers on the loose. The writer, James Graham, interlaces this with an intriguing subplot about an undercover police … Read more

La Jolla News Nuggets: ‘Reflexion’ artwork, fireworks, book truck, surf scholarship, Junior Rangers, more

City to speak at La Jolla Shores meeting before moving art installation Before the city of San Diego moves the “Reflexion” art installation from Scripps Park at La Jolla Cove to Kellogg Park in The Shores, city representatives plan to make a presentation to the La Jolla Shores Association during its July meeting. The installation … Read more