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In today’s news, Spain supports entrepreneurship for Moroccan women and youth, scientists find that galaxies matured more quickly than once thought, Scottish police to use 180 electric cars for new fleet, engineers from Australia develop new method to purify water, United States teenager wins award for potential COVID-19 cure, new food tech startup making vegan honey, and Aulacese, also known as Vietnamese, veterinary students manage facility to care for abandoned animals.

Spain, a Shining World Leadership Award for Compassion laureate, assists in Moroccan women and youth empowerment.

In a bilateral cooperation agreement that spans three years, more than 3,000 Moroccan women and young people in Morocco will be supported in entrepreneurial endeavors. The Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation will contribute €600,000 to be awarded to beneficiaries who present innovative projects. Outcomes expected include enhanced sustainable development, job creation, social inclusion, as well as improved equity and strengthened capacity for women and youth in four regions of the country. Many thanks, Spain, on your efforts to help Moroccan citizens. May your collaborative plan bring prosperity to the dignified people of Morocco, in Heaven’s love.

New research discovers galaxies in the infant universe were surprisingly mature.

Most galaxies were formed when the universe was still relatively young, experiencing a growth spurt one to 1.5 billion years after the Big Bang. During this time, they assembled most of their stellar mass and properties, such as dust, heavy element content, and spiral-disc shapes. Previously, scientists believed that in the beginning stages of the universe, galaxies formed slowly, taking billions of years to become what they are now. However, an international team of astronomers studied 118 distant galaxies with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile, a transformative radio telescope that observes cosmic light between radio and infrared frequencies. They were astonished to find an abundance of dust and metallicity, indicating that there had already been profuse stellar activity. Thank you, all astronomers involved, for your amazing discovery! In Divine blessings, may your research lead to a greater understanding of the workings of our awesome universe.

Up next, Scottish police invest in fleet of electric cars. We’ll now give thanks to political reporters who gather and analyze current events in government to inform the viewer or reader. We will return with more worthwhile news after these messages here on Supreme Master Television.

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Scottish police order 180 electric cars for new fleet.

Police Scotland, with support from the Scottish Government, has recently signed £25 million in contracts for 180 Hyundai Kona electric, ultra-low emissions vehicles, ordered from Hyundai Motor UK. Manufactured by Korean-based Hyundai Motor Company, the popular 64 kilowatt-hour vehicle has a range of up to 482 kilometers and is relatively inexpensive. The investment will also include the installation of 400 electric charging posts across 50 police sites by BP Chargemaster of the UK. Police Scotland has the goal of transitioning its entire fleet to ultra-low emissions vehicles by 2030. The eco-friendly move is ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) scheduled for November 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland. Our accolades, Police Scotland and your caring government, for the timely green endeavor. In Heaven’s grace, may Earth-loving transportation be widely adopted around our planet.

Chemical engineers from Australia develop new method to purify water.

Dr. Xiwang Zhang and team from Monash University in Australia have developed a new way to filter unsafe bacteria from water. Their technique uses graphitic carbon nitride nanosheets that are infused with polyethylenimine (PEI). When activated with sunlight, a positive charge is created that can attract bacteria, such as E. coli, and neutralize it. Within one hour it can remove 99.99% of Enterococcus faecalis, a bacteria found in the intestines of mammals, as well as 99.99% of E. coli. It is expected that the low-cost and metal-free advancement could provide relief to people in regions without access to clean water. We are grateful and applaud your innovative development, Dr. Xiwang Zhang and co-scientists. May your technology help to improve the lives of many, in God’s benevolent care.

Fourteen-year-old researcher wins award for potential COVID-19 cure.

Eighth grade student Anika Chebrolu from Frisco, Texas in the United States, recently won the 3M Young Scientist Challenge for her work to find a cure for COVID-19. The recognition includes a US$25,000 prize and a one-on-one mentorship. As a finalist in the contest, she was also mentored by 3M Corporate Scientist Dr. Mahfuza Ali, who assisted the young researcher in developing her ideas. After examining multiple databases containing information on many substances, Anika discovered that a certain lead compound could potentially be used to bind to the spike protein on the virus and render it inert. Next, she will work with drug development specialists and virologists to further the research, which will hopefully lead to a cure. Bravo and congratulations on your honor, brilliant Anika Chebrolu! Thank you for your efforts to help stop the spread of COVID-19. In the wisdom of the Providence, may your project be blessed with further success.

Coming up, new food tech startup making vegan honey. We are going to take some time to listen to traditional Georgian polyphonic singing, a UNESCO-inscribed intangible cultural heritage of humanity. Supreme Master Television will return in just a moment with more praiseworthy news. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Perceptive News for an Insightful World.

United States-based startup creates ethical vegan honey.

MeliBio, founded by Dr. Aaron Schaller and Darko Mandich, is set to release a vegan honey by the end of 2021 that is made via a process of synthetic biology and microbial fermentation. Taste-testing of the cruelty-free honey so far has revealed its similarity to honey made by bees. Dr. Schaller and Mr. Mandich hope that their product will help to protect native and wild bee populations. Kudos, Dr. Aaron Schaller, Darko Mandich and MeliBio team, and our appreciation for your work to safeguard cherished bees. Best wishes on your sustainable vegan honey, in Celestial delight.

Students in Âu Lạc, also known as Vietnam, set up facility to care for abandoned animals.

After finding many injured and abandoned dogs and cats, veterinary faculty and students from the Vietnam National University of Agriculture decided to turn a house into the Animal Rescue Station, which the students manage, including paying the rent. During the last five years, the Station, whose motto is “We treat animals like family,” has rescued thousands of dogs and cats. The compassionate students treat most of the wounds themselves, but for more serious cases they visit a veterinary clinic. Deputy leader of the student rescue team, Hoàng Văn Khánh, said, “Animals are like humans; they need protection and respect.” Our warm gratitude, Animal Rescue Station team, for your noble actions in helping vulnerable animals. May Heavens shower you and those you care for with many blessings. Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Thankfully present the Shining World Compassion Award to the veterinary students of the Animal Rescue Station, with praise and applause, plus $10,000 for helping your noble cause. May the Buddhas bless you all manyfold for your unconditional Love.”

To bring more laughter into your life, here’s the joke of the day called, “Cold Soup.”

Five-year-old Dennis had never spoken a word. One afternoon, as he sat eating his lunch, he turned to his mother:

“Soup’s cold.”

“Honey, I’ve waited so long to hear you speak. But all these years you never said a thing. Why haven’t you spoken before?”

“Up until now, everything’s been okay.”

And now we have a heartline from Marjolein in Belgium:

Dear Master, May You always be protected, strengthened, loved, and receiving all which is good for You. May You be safe. Your heart is golden. No words can describe Your Beauty, Power and Love. We humans cannot grasp how much You are doing for us and are giving to us. Thank You for eternity. May Your deepest wishes all come true. I try to contribute to help You create a world befitting the children of God. Thank You for initiation, Your teachings and bringing us the Quan Yin Method. Yours forever, Marjolein from Belgium

Kind-hearted Marjolein, Thank you for sharing your unwavering love and well-wishes for our beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai.

Our treasured Master has a message for you: “Supportive Marjolein, my gratitude for your strong faith and good intentions as a bearer of light. My heart profoundly pleads that people of all colors and backgrounds will follow God´s way and embrace the loving vegan diet. I send my love to you and the warm-hearted Belgian people.”

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We sure have enjoyed spending time with you on Noteworthy News. May celestial music grace your days. Wishing you a blessed week.

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