A ‘game changer’ in science
13 December 2020 | 4:22 pm
We take a look at how the French press is covering the government’s decision to rewrite Article 24 of its Global Security Law. We also take a look at what researchers are pegging a major breakthrough in science – one that could change the face of medicine and much more. Finally, we discover the nether regions of dinosaurs.
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