Author: WhatWire Staff

With the advent of the 2020 pandemic, we have often heard of the molecular PCR technique, an acronym for DNA CHAIN ​​REACTION POLYMERASE, so much so that it has become an extremely inflated acronym in common language. PCR technology has revolutionized the activity of research and diagnostic laboratories by finding applications and uses in various fields of medicine and biology. But what is PCR? How does it work? Who was its creator? Kary B. Mullis Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1993 Let’s start with the last question: PCR was conceived in 1983 by Kary B. Mullis who was awarded the…

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The use of social media (social media) is associated with an increased risk of depression, which varies depending on the age of the user and which media he uses mainly (Snapchat seems to have the biggest impact after Facebook), according to a new American scientific study. This is another study that finds a link between social media and the likelihood of depressive symptoms. But without specifying to what extent online platforms are simply bringing to light or exacerbating pre-existing mental health problems that have not occurred before. The researchers, with Dr. Roy Perlis of Harvard University School of Medicine and…

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In addition to the aura of mystery and eccentricity, which has to be built on a lagoon, it is small, so you can explore Venice in 3 days perfectly. Visited by almost 30 million people each year, it is the second destination with the most influx of tourists in Italy and, traveling by Vaporetto or on foot allows us to know the history, the essential places, and the main islands that make it up. However, you will also be able to see the crafts and natural beauties of one of the most romantic places in Italy and the world. How…

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In its pedestrian streets, houses with sturdy oak doors, fountains adorned by colorful petunias, and its pastel-colored dwellings, will excite you and stimulate you to learn more about Gruyères, one of the swiss towns more picturesque. The best way to get to know the town is to walk through its peaceful streets and see how the passage of time kept its appearance and essence unchanged. Origins of the people If something will attract the attention of the traveler, it is the air loaded with the history of this Swiss town and it is not for less, more than 2000 years…

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If you had to choose the best places to see in Italy, the choice would be impossible because they are many and varied. One of the tips for traveling to Italy What we recommend is to program a new, unknown and exclusive route. You will know more and better the idiosyncrasies of the Italian people, you will avoid the crowds and you will fully enjoy your stay. That is why, in this guide, you will find 15 incredible places to see in Italy. Some may not be so well known and that will mean for you to know practically unexplored…

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A form of knowing a destination is through its gastronomy, and let’s not kid ourselves, discovering new flavors, smells and textures according to geography, climate, and cultural heritage is also a way of traveling, so even if we are confined at home, we recommend you discover new places through the kitchen. And according to data from the vacation rental platform for families, Vrbo “holidays start at home” is almost a mantra, and last but not least, they recommend some typical and simple dishes that you have to try in different places in Europe. Everyone has the ingredients at home, take…

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The territory of myths and legends a paradise for Instagram users, the smallest country in the European Union – it only has 316 km2 – is still one of the most unknown among its neighbors on the Old Continent. Its geographical location in the heart of the Mediterranean, to the south of the island of Sicily and to the east of Tunisia, has turned malt for centuries in a strategic point, coveted by the great powers of the moment. Through the archipelago, made up of seven islands, of which only three are inhabited – Malta, Gozo and Comino-, Phoenicians, Roman Greeks,…

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There are confinements and confinements twice as many as maritime. After the decision of the bulk of the cruise companies canceling all your trips and waiting for better times for the sector, hundreds of passenger ships have been anchored or moored in different parts of the world, keeping their crews on board after disembarking their passengers. Faced with an unexpected and unprecedented situation in the sector, since the impact is worldwide, the shipping companies that have stopped making pleasure trips have opted to reconvert their boats in residences long stay for your crews. The logistical complications of sending personnel to…

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The smallest of all does not reach half a square kilometer and its population does not even exceed 800 inhabitants, however, each year it is visited by millions of tourists from all over the planet. Others are paradisiacal archipelagos and some are territories that enjoy high per capita incomes or that boast of treasuring a rich history forged throughout the centuries. In short, the ten smallest countries in the world they are, as you will observe, diverse among each other: curious, some famous and others totally unknown. We suggest that you join us on this particular journey. Some of them…

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The biological numbers of the Corcovado national park (Costa Rica, As a whole, they overwhelm: more than 500 classified tree species, 367 different species of birds, 104 species of mammals (some endangered, such as the jaguar), 117 species of amphibians and some thirty different ecosystems, including mangroves, cloud forests and marine habitats, among others. This tropical rain forest is one of the few that remains a virgin in Central America and represents an exceptional opportunity for observing animals in its natural habitat. Only accompanied by an official guide I was able to enter it to get to La Sirena, the…

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