British Medical Journal criticizes lack of access to raw vaccine trial data – Observer

You have free access to all the articles of the Observer for being our subscriber. The scientific journal British Medical Journal (BMJ) says that little has been done over the past decade to increase the transparency of clinical trials of vaccines and drugs. “Today, despite the global distribution of vaccines and treatments against Covid-19, the … Read more

The PSD had to swallow Rio. Now, everyone wants a little piece – Observer

You have free access to all the articles of the Observer for being our subscriber. The second beating of the day is almost over. The parade on the traditional shopping street of Espinho and a whole session (one more) of tripping, elbowing and squeezing was left behind. It’s 4:12 pm and the gray Lexus is … Read more

Economy. Africa in 2050 – The Observer

This report indicates that the energy transition in Africa has the potential to generate 26 million jobs by 2050. The report also shows that Africa is thriving significantly from the development enabled by renewable energy, while dramatically improving access to energy and delivering powerful social and environmental benefits to people living on the continent. READ … Read more

10% of people who come out of isolation after seven days continue to be infected. Before they changed the rules they were half – Observer

You have free access to all the articles of the Observer for being our subscriber. One in 10 infected people who are discharged after seven days of quarantine (10%) continue to infect others, engineer Carlos Antunes, who has been following the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic, told the Observer. This percentage when the isolation period … Read more

Neighbors couldn’t sleep because of the sound of the toilet. It is a violation of human rights, considered the Italian Supreme Court – Observer

You have free access to all the articles of the Observer for being our subscriber. after 19 years, the legal fight between neighbors over the noise of a toilet came to an end. For the Italian Supreme Court, the noise of the night discharges that disturbed the sleep of the neighbors is a violation of … Read more

North Korea Observer Reveals Why Kim Jong Un Is Getting Thin

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia — Observer North Korea reveal the cause of the country’s leader, Kim Jong-un, looks thinner. The North Korean study expert assessed that Kim Jong-un could not get his favorite food intake due to restrictions Covid-19. Kim Jong-un is famous for his love of Swiss cheese. It was reported that he ate so … Read more

Scientific study involving Portugal identifies two first patients with new syndrome – Observer

Portugal participated in a scientific study that identified the first two patients with a new syndrome originating from genetic mutations thought to be incompatible with life, but which could serve as diagnostic markers for rare diseases. The study, published in the open access scientific journal Science Advances, had the contribution of the Instituto Gulbenkian de … Read more

Carriages that allow free opening of doors led to the death of vice-rector of the University of Coimbra – Observer

You have free access to all the articles of the Observer for being our subscriber. A series of bad coincidences turned out to be fatal. A train that was seven minutes late, a carriage that allowed the doors to be manually opened even though it was not at a station, and a dark night, with … Read more

The ‘fanatic right’ said ‘kill’ and the ‘sissy right’ replied ‘flay’ – Observer

You have free access to all the articles of the Observer for being our subscriber. Two trains colliding head-on. André Ventura and Francisco Rodrigues dos Santos faced each other this Wednesday and, beyond all the screams, insults, accusations and insinuations, they disputed, centimeter by centimeter, the most conservative electorate. André Ventura entered the debate willing … Read more

Is your car old? Toyota puts it like new twice – Observer

You have free access to all the articles of the Observer for being our subscriber. As the years (and kilometers) pass, cars degrade, some more quickly than others. The gaps and parasitic noises appear, along with benches that give up consistency, a dashboard where cracks appear and door panels decorated with scratches made by rings, … Read more