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A fish can think, yes (a lecture)

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Gender equality at work: it’s now!

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Meet the Good Guys #2

I’m sure you have noticed that Kombucha beverages are very trendy... why that? Kombucha is a bacteria that has been used for thousands of years in all Asia and Russia. It is known for supporting good gut health, which is our "second brain". It’s mixed with flavoured teas or water to create very (...)

2d hand fashionista’s event

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Insect Societies and Their Languages (a lecture)

Insects are often perceived as strange and almost incomprehensible "other". However, humans and insects have a lot in common. Insects, too, have their own languages, communicative systems of meaning, and many of them form, like human beings, organized societies in which individuals serve common (...)

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