American soldier Travis King
According to a Defense Department official, US Army Private Travis King has returned to American custody after crossing into North Korea, arriving back on United States soil on Thursday. King was flown in on a US military flight and landed at Kelly Field at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston at approximately 1:30 a.m. ET. A CNN camera captured King being escorted off the plane by several individuals who met officials waiting on the ground. They then led King off to another area of the military base, out of sight of the camera.
Programmable DNA Machines
According to a recent study published in the journal Nature, a groundbreaking development in the field of DNA computing has been achieved by Chinese scientists. This pioneering liquid machine has the potential to be the first programmable DNA computer, capable of executing billions of diverse circuits. The researchers behind this innovation believe that it could not only solve complex mathematical problems but also have future applications in disease diagnosis.
Claudia, aged 24, her brother Martim, aged 20, and her sister Mariana, aged 11, are among six young Portuguese individuals who have initiated legal proceedings against 32 governments, including all EU member states, the UK, Norway, Russia, Switzerland, and Turkey. The plaintiffs allege that these countries have failed to take adequate measures to address climate change and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions to meet the Paris Agreement's objective of limiting global warming to 1.5C.