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Alibaba: Nike Recycles Shoes Into Sports Fields via Alipay

Sports apparel company Nike is helping Chinese consumers up their recycling game with its “Recycle-A-Shoe” mini-program unveiled last week on Ant Group’s mobile payment platform Alipay. Shoppers can return their old Nike sneakers in person at the brand’s flagship store in Shanghai or arrange an at-home pick-up with Alibaba Group’s logistics service Cainiao Network. The… Read More »

The Plan to Turn You Into a Genetically Edited Human Cyborg

A May 2021 project report by the U.K. Ministry of Defense, created in partnership with the German Bundeswehr Office for Defense Planning, offers shocking highlights of the dystopian cybernetics future that global technocrats are pushing mankind toward. The report, “Human Augmentation — The Dawn of a New Paradigm, a Strategic Implications Project,”1 reviews the scientific… Read More »

Emtelle expands UK manufacturing facilities into Wrexham, North Wales

Manufacturing company Emtelle is expanding its UK based facilities to support the unprecedented demand in passive network solutions for its UK clients. The additional UK based facility will allow the Emtelle Group to manufacture a core range of products to meet the demands of network operators across the UK, shortening supply chains whilst providing localised… Read More »

Transforming a woodworker’s coastal cottage into a family retreat

CASUAL ELEGANCE: The Woodworker’s Cottage and barn sit comfortably in their Central Coast location. The craftsmanship of Loughlin Furniture is on show throughout. The client’s brief to Fabric Architecture was to transform a dark and disconnected house into a light-filled coastal home. There were two stages to the project which is situated on a 620… Read More »

Journalists Dive Deep Into Roots of Vaccine Distrust in Prisons and Covid’s Toll on Public Health

Reporter Eric Berger discussed vaccine hesitancy among inmates at a Missouri correctional center with Newsy on Thursday. KHN Editor-in-Chief Elisabeth Rosenthal discussed how the U.S. has focused on international terrorism at the expense of public health with the Los Angeles Times’ “Second Opinion” on March 28. She also joined North Carolina Public Radio’s “The People’s… Read More »