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France Will Pay You to Repair Your Clothes Instead of Throwing Them Out
France is taking steps to combat waste and pollution in the textile industry by introducing a subsidy scheme for clothing and shoe repairs. The initiative, set to start in October, will offer discounts ranging from €6 to €25 depending on the complexity of the repair. By encouraging people to extend the lifespan of their products through repairs instead of discarding them, France aims to create a circular economy and reduce the environmental impact of the textile industry, which is projected to be the second most polluting industry globally by 2050.
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Three Scientists Just Won a Nobel Prize for Their Groundbreaking Work in Capturing Atoms
In a celebration of groundbreaking scientific achievement, three scientists, Pierre Agostini, Ferenc Krausz, and Anne L'Huillier, have been awarded the Nobel Prize in physics for their work in capturing the fleeting movements of electrons within atoms, which occur in mere attoseconds — equivalent to a heartbeat divided by a thousand, six times. This remarkable breakthrough has the potential to revolutionize various fields, from electronics to disease diagnosis, offering humanity new tools to explore the fundamental building blocks of our universe.