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Pupils pull on the trainers for Cambridge School Sports Partnership Inter-School Cross Country


Cambridge Cross-Country School Sports Partnership The Netherhall School. Photo: Keith Hebel. (53360772) The young contestants came out in full force at the Cambridge School Sports Partnership cross-country competition at Netherhall School. Returning after a year away due to the Covid-19 pandemic, 700 pupils representing 21 primary schools were on a cold, windy day. But circumstances did not make the athletes turn away from their stride as they sought individual honors and team pride on the one-mile course. There were eight

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Veterinary students awarded MedVet scholarships – WSU Insider


Fourth-year Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine students Kayla Burnham and Ali Weaver have been awarded MedVet scholarships that will cover up to $35,000 from their final year of study and fees. After graduating this spring, Burnham Weaver will join MedVet’s two-year Emergency Physician Mentorship Program, an accelerated, targeted training program focused on developing emergency veterinarians in a multispecialty hospital. After completing the program, the two committed to working as full-time emergency physicians for at least a year at

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Study finds infection strengthen ageing immune system


Ani | updated: December 05, 2021 11:53 he is Arizona [US], Dec 5 (ANI): New research from the University of Arizona Health Sciences has found a way in which infection affects the immune system, which could lead to new immunotherapies to prevent disease and strengthen an aging immune system.The study was published in the Nature Communications Journal.The immune system uses T cells, which are white blood cells that defend against pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, and parasites, to fight infection.

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‘Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection’ page is now live on Steam, coming 2022


Following its official announcement in September, Naughty Dog has now listed “Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection” on Steam. The bundle includes the last two games in the series – Uncharted 4 and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. The store page doesn’t reveal much about the collection, except for its 2022 release window, which remains the same as before. Unlike the PlayStation 5 version, which was developed by Naughty Dog themselves, its PC port will be developed by Iron Galaxy Studios. The

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Passengers’ US travel plans for St Stephen’s Day in disarray due to testing changes


People planning to fly to the US just after Christmas Day have their plans thrown into disarray as a result of changes in testing requirements for travelers arriving there. As concerns grew about the spread of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 last week, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced a major change in rules for international travelers. As a result, from Monday, all international travelers to the US will be required to have a negative Covid test

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The family of Tate Myre set up a scholarship fund in his memory


Oxford, I. (Fox 2) – 17-year-old Tate Mer was one of four students killed in the November 30 shooting at Oxford High School. Mayer was a high school football player at Oxford High School and had just visited the University of Toledo. The Myre family established a scholarship in the name and memory of Tate. Each year, the funds will be used to help Oxford High School graduates offset the cost of undergraduate education. “This will allow Tate and his

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Huntingdon primary school praised by Ofsted inspectors


The Cambridgeshire School is delighted to have been named again by the Inspectors of Ofsted. An inspector from the government agency visited St John’s CofE Elementary School in Huntingdon, applauding the aura of “calm and cheerful”. Pupils at the parish of the Ely Multi-Academy Trust told the inspector that their classes felt like an “extended family” where they could “learn, grow and make friends in a happy and inclusive environment.” Areas praised by the Chief Inspector included school teachers and

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New partnership to prepare Washingtonians for remote work – WSU Insider


Pullman, Washington — A new program aimed at providing rural residents with the skills they need to compete for remote work in a post-pandemic economy is being introduced this fall in Washington state. The Remote Work Professional Certification Course is a fully online, one-month or 30-hour professional certification program that helps prepare participants to be effective remote workers, whether as an employee, entrepreneur or freelancer. Developed by the Utah State University Extension, this course is made available to Washington residents

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Omicron variant may have picked up a piece of common-cold virus


The Omicron variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 likely acquired at least one of its mutations by picking up a snippet of genetic material from another virus — possibly a virus that causes the common cold — present in the same infected cells, according to the researchers. The researchers said that this genetic sequence does not appear in any previous versions of the coronavirus, called SARS-CoV-2, but is ubiquitous in many other viruses including those that cause the common

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Which Emoji Were Used Most Frequently In 2021? Toppers Revealed!


The tearful smiley emojis will not stop! The undisputed king of the emoji in the world – a face with tears of joy was the most used emoji in 2021 too. What emoji have won the most? “Face with Tears of Joy” has topped the emoji charts every year since 2017 and 2021, no different. The world’s beloved “red heart” came in second, according to data collected by the Unicode Consortium, the organization behind the digitization of various languages. Unsplash

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