Researchers at Washington University create ‘meat-rice’ they say is fleshier, has more protein

Researchers at Washington University create ‘meat-rice’ they say is fleshier, has more protein

According to the study, it’s essentially the same as eating 100 grams of rice with one gram of beef brisket – less than half a teaspoon. That’s because the beef-cell content is low and the cells probably form just a film over the rice, says John Yuen, a tissue engineer and molecular biologist at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts. He says the nutritional content could be boosted by increasing the number of bovine cells on the rice grains.

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US gun violence: Police rule out extremism in Kansas City shooting at NFL Super Bowl rally

US gun violence: Police rule out extremism in Kansas City shooting at NFL Super Bowl rally

Quinton Lucas, the mayor of Kansas City, stated that he heard gunfire while inside the Union Station along with other people. He and his family members took off, fleeing. At the news conference on Wednesday, Mr Lucas stated, “We went out today like everyone in Kansas City looking to have a celebration.”

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Church of England: Anglican Church hamstrung by serious disagreement over homosexuality

Church of England: Anglican Church hamstrung by serious disagreement over homosexuality

The Synod is also due to discuss racial justice and the response of Church Commissioners – who manage the church’s 10.3-billion-pound investment portfolio – to its research into historic transatlantic slavery during the assembly.

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Lifestyle: US beef industry woos 2.4 million teachers in drive to paint eating meat as socially and environmentally cool

Lifestyle: US beef industry woos 2.4 million teachers in drive to paint eating meat as socially and environmentally cool

The beef industry “knows it has a trust issue,” says Jennifer Jacquet, a professor of environmental science and policy at the University of Miami. The industry is attempting to influence public opinion by starting with children, says Jan Dutkiewicz at the Pratt Institute’s Department of Social Science and Cultural Studies.

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How housing shortage has forced Canada into capping foreign students admissions

How housing shortage has forced Canada into capping foreign students admissions

The new proposals will also set limits on post-graduate work permits issued to foreign students, which will likely encourage them to return to their home countries. The permits were previously seen as an easy path to securing permanent residency. People pursuing master’s or post-doctorate programmes will be eligible for a three-year work permit.

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South African playwright and creator of Sarafina! Mbongeni Ngema, 68, killed in a car crash

South African playwright and creator of Sarafina! Mbongeni Ngema, 68, killed in a car crash

Ngema was killed in a head-on accident while returning from a funeral in a rural town in Eastern Cape Province, the family said in a statement on Wednesday. The celebrated playwright was a passenger in the vehicle.

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Transdisciplinarity: Integrating certified and non-certified experts, stakeholders and practitioners in one spectrum of thinking and action

Transdisciplinarity: Integrating certified and non-certified experts, stakeholders and practitioners in one spectrum of thinking and action

Specifically, to be certified is to be officially recognised as possessing certain qualifications or meeting certain standards. The standards met might be for a diploma, a first degree, a second degree or a third degree in any disciplinary, crossdisciplinary, interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary or extradisciplinary undertaking in education.

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Making of a spy: Weisberg dumped the CIA, went to therapy and now makes incredible television

Making of a spy: Weisberg dumped the CIA, went to therapy and now makes incredible television

At a time when most scripted television specialises in moral preening – trafficking in sentimentality, pandering to liberal do-gooderism, leaving us feeling better about ourselves and the world – Weisberg’s shows put you through a merciless psychological and spiritual wringer. They’re willing to leave you floundering

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How world’s 13 super-rich men are usurping God with their searing economic, health and political terror

How world’s 13 super-rich men are usurping God with their searing economic, health and political terror

Calling themselves the Good Club, their aim was to “set the agenda for the future of global health,” Bruner wrote. Building on the Club of Rome think tank founded in 1968 by Rockefeller-linked scientists and intellectuals, the Good Club members devised the “Giving Pledge,” an initiative designed to steer billions toward their priority of slowing population growth.

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Screen Actors Guild: Provision that okays AI digital replicas and synthetic performers promotes redundancy in film industry

Screen Actors Guild: Provision that okays AI digital replicas and synthetic performers promotes redundancy in film industry

Leaders of the Directors Guild of America and the Writers Guild of America, in contrast, overwhelmingly agreed to have their members accept the agreements they hammered out with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP).

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