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Source: Fox News

Dodgers top Brewers to even NL championship series

Sunday 20:54 GMT

Shut down for most of the afternoon, Los Angeles staged another late rally and Turner hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning to lift the Dodgers over the Milwaukee Brewers for a 4-3 victory that evened the NL Championship Series at a game apiece.

That was the last run for the Brewers, and the Dodgers finished off their rally this time around after nearly taking Game 1.. Cody Bellinger got Los Angeles on the board with an RBI single in the seventh, chasing Corbin Burnes and stopping an 0-for-15 slide in the playoffs that landed him on the bench at the start of the game.

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Source: BBC

Why gene editing could create so many jobs

Monday 23:41 GMT

The UK government predicts there could be more than 18,000 new jobs created by gene and cell therapy in Britain alone by 2030, while the US Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates it will see a 7% increase in jobs for biomedical engineers and a 13% increase in medical scientists, together accounting for around 17,500 jobs.

As more treatments that rely on gene editing move from research laboratories into hospitals around the world, the demand for the skilled genetic engineers who make it possible is expected to soar.

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Source: Fox News

Stars like Taylor Swift don’t make a difference when pushing their politics: expert

Sunday 08:59 GMT

Every election cycle the Democratic Party trots out a who’s who of Hollywood stars to campaign for their candidates and every election cycle average Americans yawn,” conservative strategist Chris Barron recently told Fox News.

“In the case of Taylor Swift, there are a couple key components coming into play that caused the incredible spike in action among her audience.” Gerrol explained that Swift “has a strong, positive image amongst a broad spectrum of people, especially young people, and her message was targeted perfectly to encourage action,” but his research also indicates that the human brain is attracted to change.

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Source: The Guradian

From Joan Baez to Taylor Swift: how musicians found a political voice

Sunday 19:59 GMT

To a list that could begin with Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Joan Baez, Jefferson Airplane, Marvin Gaye and Steppenwolf, now add… Taylor Swift.

The cogency of her intervention is twofold: its relative rarity, and the fact that Swift is who she is – not Joan Baez getting arrested on a peace march, or Paul Kantner urging “Gotta Revolution!”. Swift is the princess of country pop; adored across mainstream America, role model for a hundred million selfies; apparently of no danger to the establishment, hitherto silent on the politics tearing America apart.


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