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red algae-derived metal-polysaccharide can be anti-microbial - study

The Jerusalem Post 26 Jan 2023
Prof ... Levi Gheber and doctoral student Nofar Yehuda have just published their findings in the journal Marine Drugs under the title “Complexes of Cu–Polysaccharide of a Marine Red Microalga Produce Spikes with Antimicrobial Activity.” ... The new compound is derived from the marine red microalga called Porphyridium sp ... Red algae. (credit.
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Bay Area lawmaker’s bill would ban body armor sales for most Californians

SiliconValley.com 26 Jan 2023
(Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal). In response to an increase in mass shooters wearing bullet-proof gear, Marin’s state assemblyman has introduced a bill this month that would prohibit most California residents from buying body armor ... Connolly, a Democrat representing Marin and ...
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Arthur Cyr - Legacies of Vietnam

The Crescent News 26 Jan 2023
The Vietnam War ended officially on Jan ... Talented journalist Barton Swaim has conducted an informative interview with former Senator Jim Webb, D-Va., published in The Wall Street Journal Jan ... Webb served in Vietnam combat as a Marine Corps officer, was wounded and received the Navy Cross, Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart, among other medals.
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Vietnam War: anniversaries and legacies

Korea Times 26 Jan 2023
By Arthur I. Cyr. The Vietnam War ended officially on Jan. 27, 1973, with the signing of the Paris Peace Accords ... Jim Webb (D-VA), published in "The Wall Street Journal" Jan. 21-22. Webb served in Vietnam combat as a Marine Corps officer, was wounded and received the Navy Cross, Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart, among other medals ... Learn More ... .
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Vietnam War 50th anniversary lessons learned | Opinion

Deseret News 26 Jan 2023
<img class="Image" alt="In this May 19, 1969, file photo, a wounded U.S ... In this May 19, 1969, file photo, a wounded U.S ... Jim Webb, D-Va., published in The Wall Street Journal on Jan. 20. Webb served in Vietnam combat as a Marine Corps officer, was wounded and received the Navy Cross, Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart, among other medals.
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Marine in Japan who refused COVID-19 vaccine is in brig facing new allegations

Stars and Stripes 24 Jan 2023
Please support our journalism with a subscription. MARINE CORPS AIR STATION IWAKUNI, Japan — A Marine lance corporal in Japan who refused the COVID-19 vaccine has for a third time failed to board a U.S.-bound flight to begin an administrative discharge based on new allegations, a Marine Corps spokesman said Monday.
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Omaha World War II veteran dies at 104

Beatrice Daily Sun 24 Jan 2023
JUSTIN WAN Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN Journal Star. Wendy Adelson (right) speaks about her son, the late Marine Daegan Page, as her husband Craig Adelson stands by during the Veterans Day celebration at the Nebraska State Capitol Nov ... JUSTIN WAN Journal Star.
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Chinese researchers build AI system for major ocean current prediction

China.dot.org 24 Jan 2023
BEIJING, Jan. 24 (Xinhua) - Chinese researchers have built an artificial intelligence (AI) inference and prediction system for the Indonesian Throughflow (ITF), which can make valid ocean current predictions seven months in advance ... The researchers have reported the system in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science ... Enditem .
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Stinson Beach storm damage expected to worsen as sea rises

East Bay Times 23 Jan 2023
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US Expands Training of Taiwanese Military with National Guard

GlobalResearch 23 Jan 2023
In October 2021, The Wall Street Journal reported that a US special operations unit and a contingent of Marines were in Taiwan and had been training Taipei’s military for at least a year ... The top US Marine Corps general in Japan described the effort as “setting the theater” and ...
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Virus plus microplastics equal double whammy for fish health

Phys Dot Org 23 Jan 2023
Microplastics—tiny particles generated as plastics weather and fragment—pose a growing threat to ecosystem and human health ... The lead author on the study, published in Science of the Total Environment, is Dr ... program at William & Mary's Virginia Institute of Marine Science ... Dr ... Dr ... Journal information ... Provided by Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
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Ames woman hopes her crickets could supply your next meal

The Dispatch 21 Jan 2023
... to a study published in 2021 in the peer-reviewed journal Nutrients ... A 2022 article in the peer-reviewed journal Marine Drugs looks at how chitin activates cells that can cause a worse prognosis in some cancers, but inhibit cancer cells or increase survivability in other cancers.
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‘King tides’ will inundate Marin shores this weekend

East Bay Times 20 Jan 2023
(Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) ... (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) ... (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) ... (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) ... (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) ... The highest tides of the year, known commonly as “king tides,” are returning to Marin this ...
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U.S. Military Vets in Ukraine Are Fighting Each Other in Court

The Intercept 20 Jan 2023
Initially composed of a handful of retired Marines, the Mozart Group attracted extensive media coverage as a noble effort by American volunteers to transfer their combat skills to the embattled Ukrainians ... Fearless journalism ... Marine general friend asking if he knew anyone who could come develop training.

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