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A fire at the world's largest vaccine factory. CoVID-19 vaccines were produced there

Five people died in the fire and dozens were evacuated. The fire appeared in the new buildings of the Serum Institute, where the production of CoVID-19 vaccines from the British AstraZeneca or the American Novavax was to begin. These are vector specifics and are not based on mRNA technology like the Pfizer, BioNTech or Moderna vaccines.

Biden nominates a supporter of net neutrality as head of the FCC. There will be more censorship

Donald Trump and his team lifted net neutrality in 2017. Although at first glance it may seem that they have committed an attempt on the freedom of the global network, they have in fact tore the power over it from the hands of such giants as Facebook, Google, Amazon and Twitter and handed it to Internet service providers (ISPs).

Today, SpaceX is preparing the flight of the SN9 prototype of the Starship ship, and soon the SN10 will also fly

The flight to a height of about 10 kilometers is to take place today or tomorrow just after midnight. The launch of the SN9 prototype will take place from the company's test facility in Boca Chica, Texas. Currently, there are already two prototypes in the facility, namely SN9 and SN10, and more versions are being assembled in a nearby factory.

Virgin Galactic is getting ready for another attempt to fly to the edge of space

Until recently, space flights were available only to a select few, but thanks to private companies such as Virgin Galactic or SpaceX, we are on the threshold of space tourism, which can be used by every proverbial Kowalski, as long as he can afford it. Interestingly, today we hear news from both companies - the first of them has just announced its first civilian flight into space, which is scheduled to take place later this year, and the second informed about preparations for the next space flight attempt. We remind you that the previous one was held in mid-December, but unfortunately encountered some problems - luckily, the pilots were fine, but the goal was not achieved.

IBM has made a breakthrough in quantum computers. "Now they are 100 times faster"

The American giant boasts that the new technology can significantly speed up calculations. Now they will not last months, but hours. This all sounds great, but how did IBM do it? Well, engineers have discovered a way to combine Qskit's work environment with clastic quantum data processing.

Inpost has signed a 5-year contract with Amazon. We collect purchases from parcel machines

Recent years have seen practically uninterrupted development of Inpost, which has turned from a small independent postal service provider into a local giant, which already has over 10,000 parcel lockers throughout the country, ie "outlets" of its most popular service. These have many interesting functionalities that helped us, for example, during a pandemic, i.e. contactless collection of parcels using the application, the function of refrigerators or the possibility of dealing with official matters in some cities. Now, thanks to cooperation with the e-commerce giant, Inpost has a chance to strengthen its position, especially since the contract between the companies has been signed for 5 years.