Loro Parque Foundation and the University of La Laguna join forces in the fight against plastic

Loro Parque Fundación has presented, this Thursday 28 November, a sculpture made from recycled objects that shows the serious problem that plastic generates in the environment. The inauguration took place in the Auditorium of the University of La Laguna (ULL) and was attended by more than 500 people.

3 Reasons Why Comparison Sites Are Useful For Cost-Cutting

Today’s consumers know that they can find the best deals if they do some comparisons. Whether it’s booking cheap flights, finding a place to eat or looking for a utility supplier, most consumers will check deals from more than one company before making a decision. Comparison sites have come in to make it easier for consumers to find the best deals. Below are some of the key reasons why comparison sites are useful for cost-cutting.

72+ Acre Cordillera, Vail, Colorado Compound to Auction No Reserve, Live in New York City via Concierge Auctions

Perched above unparalleled mountain vistas in the coveted The Territories at Cordillera, Red Table Ranch will auction December 19th in cooperation with Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate.

Sportsafe leading the way with ground-breaking accredited inspection

Sportsafe has become the first organisation to be accredited by The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) in accordance with ISO/IEC 17020:2012 for the inspection of Physical Education, sports, gymnastic, cardio vascular, resistance and outdoor playground equipment.

Netrix, LLC Planning to Grow US-based Employment by 20% Based on Client Demand for Microsoft Focused Professional Services

Netrix, LLC, announces plans for growing more than 20% of their domestic workforce in the next 12 months.

Distillation of Whisky in Aichi, Japan begins again

A Japanese brewing and distilling company, AIOI UNIBIO (Aichi, Japan) has re-started its distillation of whisky in 2019 on the 70th anniversary of their first whisky distillation in 1949.

Olivier Collombin, Founder and Chairman of Planet of finance talks matchmaking in finance

Planet of finance, the platform connecting private investors with qualified financial advisors, takes the matchmaking service global.

ISFE WELCOMES GERMAN BUNDESTAG’S APPROVAL FOR 50 MILLION EUROS OF FUNDING FOR VIDEO GAMES SECTOR

ISFE welcomes the decision of the German Bundestag to approve a 50 million euro fund in its 2020 Federal budget for the development of video games.

High-protein diets may harm your kidneys

High protein intake is believed to be healthy, but it may pave the way to irreversible kidney failure. The risk of the kidneys being harmed by a diet rich in proteins is especially high in people with a pre-existing low-grade chronic kidney disease, of which most of the affected people are unaware. “It is essential that people know there is another side to high-protein diets.”

Loro Parque’s Max Planck Institute for Ornithology proves that there is no jealousy of food in parrots

Scientists from the Max-Planck-Institute for Ornithology, based at the Max-Planck Comparative Cognition Research station in the Loro Parque, Tenerife, found that four species of parrots did not show any negative reaction to their partner receiving a better pay-off than themselves from a human experimenter in exchange for tokens. Unlike most tested primate species so far, who so to speak “freak out” if their partner gets a better reward, the parrots reacted neither to their partner receiving something better for the same effort (i.e. to an unequal food distribution), nor to having to work harder for the same reward (thus to unequal effort).

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