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CB Scientific, Inc. Welcomes James Ott as Chief Technology Officer

Newly created position to lead technology innovation into the next stage of growth ESCONDIDO, CA/ACCESSWIRE/May 3, 2022/ CB Scientific. Inc. (OTCQB: CBSC) (“CBSC” or the “Company”), a designer, manufacturer and marketer of non-invasive ambulatory cardiac monitoring products and services, today announces that effective immediately, James Ott has joined the Company’s management team as Chief Technology […]

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SSM Health to Obtain SLUCare from Saint Louis University

Once the deal is finalized, SLUCare will become a division of academic physicians within SSM Health-St. Louis, bringing its number of service providers to 1,200 in the region. ST. LOUIS – SSM Health is acquiring Saint Louis University’s SLUCare Physician Group, a move that executives say will provide patients with “enhanced and seamless access to […]

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Grain boundary engineering: a promising s

The self-supporting binder-free electrode material has better energy storage capacity and better stability than conventional powder electrodes due to its lower electrical resistance. Among various metallic compositions with pseudocapacitive properties, Ni and Co compounds, including their (hydro)oxides, sulfides and phosphides, are highly theoretical due to their transition from Ni and Co atoms of different valence […]

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A check, mockery and fears of gentrification

Members of the Louisville Realtors Association this week presented a giant check for $20,000 to the West End Opportunity Partnership amid mockery from West End residents and activists who believe the district’s increased funding tax will hurt, not help, residents. As the members smiled for a photo, about three dozen protesters chanted “Shame,” before the […]

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State of the Rockies Fellows present at National Conference

At the end of Block 7, Rocky Mountain State Fellows Izzie Hicks ’22 and Dova Castaneda-Zilly ’23 traveled with Rocky Mountain State Project Director Dr. Kat Miller-Stevens to the annual conference of the Midwest Political Science Association in Chicago, Illinois. Hicks and Castaneda-Zilly presented a 2021 State of the Rockies Project Summer Fellowship paper titled […]

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NU’s Jacobs and LeClair win top prizes at Nebraska night at Lied Sports Banquet | Gymnastic

Lincoln Journal Star Track and field athlete Andy Jacobs and gymnast Dylan LeClair were named Nebraska’s female and male student-athletes of the year, respectively, at the Sunday’s Night at the Lied sports banquet. Softball player Billie Andrews was named the top female athlete and Ridge Lovett was named the top male athlete. Jacobs is a […]

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Community College System Names Students to All-Maine Academic Team

Fourteen Maine community college students have been named to the 2022 All-Maine Academic Team in recognition of their outstanding academic achievement, leadership and service, according to a news release from the Augusta-based Maine Community College System. The students receiving the award and a $500 scholarship from the MCCS Board of Trustees are: • Miranda Kelly, […]

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Only 43% of clinical trials report race, ethnicity

In a new study, researchers analyzed more than 20,000 clinical trials to determine whether they reported data on race or ethnicity. The researchers also looked at whether the trial participants were representative of the US population. The researchers found that more than half of the clinical trials did not report data on race or ethnicity, […]

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Rishi Goel and Kingson Lin: 2022 Soros Fellows

Rishi Goel and Kingson Lin: 2022 Soros Fellows Rishi Goel, a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine, and Kingson Lin, who received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the School of Arts & Sciences in 2017, each received a Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans, which provides funding for […]

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UNL research professor hopes study will help educators better serve recent immigrant students | Education

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln research professor has teamed up with a Columbia University professor to study how schools can better support recent immigrant students who often face social, emotional, and academic challenges in the United States. United. UNL’s Lorey Wheeler and Columbia’s Prerna Arora met at a training seminar hosted by the American Psychological Association […]

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College of Arts and Sciences Faculty of the Year 2022

The College of Arts and Sciences is proud to recognize the selected faculty at this year’s Teacher/Researcher of the Year award celebration. Eight faculty members were honored in the categories of Researcher of the Year, Professor of the Year, Assistant of the Year, and Excellence in Teaching 21st Century Skills. Dedicated to their research as […]

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EXPLAINER: What to do with wastewater from a closed nuclear power plant?

FILE – Part of the Pilgrim Nuclear Generating Station is seen beyond homes along the Cape Cod Bay coast in Plymouth, Massachusetts March 30, 2011. Pilgrim, which closed in 2019, was a reactor in boiling water. Water was constantly circulating through the reactor vessel and nuclear fuel, converting it to steam to spin the turbine. […]

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Bentham Science and Initiative for Open Abstract

Bentham Science has partnered with Initiative for Open Abstracts (I4OA) further increase the visibility of the content published in its journals. This partnership aims to improve readership, citation opportunities and increase the impact of scholarly content within the research community worldwide. The Open Abstracts Initiative (I4OA) is a collaboration of scholarly publishers, infrastructure organizations, librarians, […]

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An Ambient Air Quality Assessment Model Based on Improved Evidence Theory

Data To validate the performance of the proposed DCreWeight model, select hourly air pollution data for Xi’an from June 1, 2014 to May 1, 2016. Years are randomly selected. In this article, null values ​​are treated using the linear interpolation method. According to the proposed DCreWeight model, the results of the one-day comprehensive air quality […]

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Wayfinder to Expand SEL and Goal Learning Programs to Elementary Market – THE Journal

Social-emotional learning Wayfinder to Expand SEL and But Apprenticeship Programs to Elementary Market By Kristal Kuykendall 04/04/22 K-12 social-emotional learning provider Wayfinder said today that after a year of feedback from educators on its pilot programs for elementary students, the company is adding K-5 learning and “goal-based learning” at its existing middle and […]

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Update: Cedars-Sinai Study of LA Hair Salons

Los Angeles Barbershop Blood Pressure Study Provides Cutting-Edge Information More Than Four Years After Study Findings were Published in The New England Journal of Medicine. With the help of participants in this landmark study, researchers at Cedars-Sinai’s Smidt Heart Institute are digging deeper to uncover how community health interventions might be best implemented at scale. […]

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What’s going on with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine – The Hill

The story at a glance Johnson & Johnson is a safe and effective coronavirus vaccine. Data suggests it may be less effective than mRNA vaccines from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna, but it may have long-lasting and long-lasting efficacy, according to a new study. A CDC study finds that a J&J vaccine with one mRNA booster shot […]

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Paul Cronan of Walton College Receives ICAI Lifetime Achievement Award

University Relations Paul Cronan received the ICAI Lifetime Achievement Award for his long-standing work in creating a campus culture that values ​​academic integrity at the U of A and beyond. The International Center for Academic Integrity awarded Paul Cronan the ICAI Lifetime Achievement Award for his significant contributions to academic integrity. Cronan, […]

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Russian-Western scientific collaboration victim of the war in Ukraine

Published on: 03/26/2022 – 17:10Amended: 03/26/2022 – 17:08 Paris (AFP)- For neuroscientist Boris, “everything fell apart” a month ago, when Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sent decades of scientific cooperation with the West back to Earth. In response to the sanctions and moral outrage caused by the Moscow war, scientific institutes around the world quickly severed […]

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Dean of LSU business school appointed by Biden to Federal Salary Council | Business

Jared Llorens, dean of the LSU EJ Ourso College of Business, was appointed by President Joe Biden to serve on an advisory board that helps determine salaries for federal employees. Llorens will be one of three members of the Federal Wages Council. The board reviews federal data and meets twice a year to provide recommendations […]

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Stan State Earns Two EDsmart Top 10 Rankings

Stanislaus State continues to receive regional and national accolades for its university programs, with EDsmart being the most recent organization to include the university in two of its rankings. Nationally recognized college resource publisher EDsmart has ranked Stan State as the #1 Best Accelerated Nursing and BSN Program in the Nation and #4 Best Colleges […]

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Why your sleep is affected by electric lights

A new report reveals that electric light impacts the circadian rhythm in people and can disrupt sleep. Experts explain how people need to be exposed to bright light during the day and evening to help support healthy body rhythms, restful sleep and daytime alertness. Researchers say light affects our daily patterns of sleep and alertness […]

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In Memory of Professor Alvin H. Weiss | Announcements | News

Professor Alvin H. Weiss WPI Chemical Engineering Obituaries Alvin Harvey Weiss was born on April 28, 1928 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Alvin Weiss graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BS in Chemical Engineering in 1949. He received his Master of Science degree from Newark College of Engineering. His first jobs were as a chemical […]

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Georgia appoints Florida’s Mike White as new basketball coach

“We are extremely excited to welcome Mike White and his family to Athens,” Brooks said in a statement. “We’ve seen Coach White be a male leader, as well as a proven winner with some impressive playoff work. We want to compete for national success in our 21 sports, and we believe he is the coach […]

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Was the $800 billion payroll relief plan worth it? | News, Sports, Jobs

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump rolled out the Paycheck Protection Program to catapult the U.S. economy into a rapid recovery from the coronavirus pandemic by helping small businesses stay open and their employees working. President Joe Biden changed it to try to direct more of the money to poorer communities and minority-owned businesses. […]

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Why high-protein diets can make it harder for men to have children

Men who eat high-protein diets are being warned they could affect their fertility after research found they could lead to a sharp drop in testosterone. One study found that men who ate large amounts of lean meat, white fish and protein shakes could see their testosterone levels drop by up to 37%. Diets are often […]

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fake newspapers

If you have a doctorate or teach at a university, you are likely to receive emails from “academic journals” wishing to publish your articles, provided you pay a nominal fee. Most of these journals are printed online and offer a list of top-flight experts and professors who do peer review for you, of course at […]

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Private schools in Karnataka will not lobby for branded shoes and uniforms

Bengaluru: The Karnataka Association of Private School Managers (KAMS) has agreed not to force parents to purchase branded shoes and school uniforms for their children as they used to do in order to relieve them of the financial burden following of the Covid-19 crisis. At the same time, it has chosen to support the “Make […]

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McDorman named Dean of the College

Dr. Todd McDorman, who came to Wabash in the Rhetoric Department in 1998, was appointed Dean of the College by President Scott Feller. McDorman, who served as acting dean for the past two years, will take office on July 1. “Todd’s thoughtful leadership shone brightly during the interview process,” said President Feller. “While many of […]

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Leah Chan Grinvald Named New Dean of UNLV’s William S. Boyd School of Law

UNLV’s William S. Boyd School of Law announced Wednesday that it has hired a new dean. Leah Chan Grinvald was selected following a nationwide search, the law school said in a news release. She will take office on July 1. Grinvald is currently Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law at Suffolk University […]

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Keyser and Shepherdstown take top spots in regional History Bowl competition | Journal-news

SPRING MILLS — Eighth-grade Keyser Middle School and Shepherdstown Middle School History Bowl teams finished first and second respectively in the regional championship on Friday and will advance to state competition in April. Randall Reid-Smith, curator of the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture, and History, was the commentator for the event and enjoyed seeing […]

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ATHLETICS + PARTNERSHIPS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE (FAR) The Faculty Athletic Representative (FAR) is the person designated by the university for its faculty in dealing with the Office of the President, the NCAA and the Pacific West Conference and other affiliated conferences regarding the intercollegiate athletics program of the university. The FAR serves as the liaison between the Athletics […]

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Wildfires worsen globally; unprepared governments

BILLINGS, Mont. – A warming planet and changes in land use patterns mean more wildfires will burn large parts of the globe in coming decades, causing spikes in unhealthy smoke pollution and other problems that governments are ill-prepared to deal with, according to a UN report released on Wednesday. According to the United Nations Environment […]

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Lance Freeman: Penn onboards professor from Knowledge University

Lance Freeman: Penn onboards professor from Knowledge University On February 15, Wendell Pritchett, acting president of the University of Pennsylvania, and Beth Winkelstein, acting vice president, announced the appointment of Lance Freeman as the 29th Penn University Integrates Knowledge Professor at the University. of Pennsylvania. Dr. Freeman, one of the world’s foremost experts on urban […]

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Westside’s historic community centers serve as a refuge

Friday mornings are busy at the Doolittle Community Center. A steady stream of people walk through the door from 8 a.m., when women in sportswear come in for a dance class, to 10 a.m., when the gym is a cacophony of clattering metal. At noon, dozens of children rush through the gate and into the […]

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Open access publication fees discourage researchers from the Global South

Brazilian researchers are among those who say resources for publication costs are hard to come by.Credit: Rahel Patrasso/Reuters/Alamy Open access articles have significantly fewer lead authors from low-income regions than paid articles, according to an analysis of tens of thousands of articles. The results suggest that the fees journals charge to publish open access articles […]

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Giant sea scorpion fossil discovered near Albuquerque

Reconstruction of Hibbertopterus, the giant sea scorpion. (Ceri Thomas/Nix Illustration) Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal SANTA FE — Scientists have discovered the fossil — never found in New Mexico before — of a new species of giant sea scorpion in the Manzano Mountains. The 4-foot-long fossilized predator was found in 305-million-year-old rocks last year and […]

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Implants allow paralyzed people to walk again

Share on PinterestA new implant allows Michel Roccati to walk again despite a severed spinal cord. Photograph courtesy of NeuroRestore/Jimmy Ravier Swiss scientists have implanted a device in the severed spine of an Italian man that allows him to walk again. Experts say the implant is one of many medical advances that are helping people […]

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Acute Care Residency Program | VA Tampa Health Care

The didactic curriculum of the program is primarily based on ABPTRFE1 approved analysis of acute care physiotherapist practice and incorporates didactic learning activities from MedBridge, journal clubs, APTA learning center, lunches and courses, case studies and assigned webinars. Clinical mentorship will take place weekly with faculty in each of the clinical practice settings, including but […]

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Industrial Engineering Faculty Member Named Editor-in-Chief of Military Operations Research Journal

University Relations Ed Pohl Ed Pohl, professor and head of the department of industrial engineering, was recently named editor of the Journal of the Military Operations Research Society. The journal publishes articles that describe operational research methodologies and theories used in major military and national security applications. Pohl joined the U of […]

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SCSU Seeks Public Funding for Student Center and Dormitory Rehab |

South Carolina State University is asking lawmakers for its share of the state’s projected $1 billion surplus so the university can, among other things, add a student center and fully rehabilitate Truth Hall. Acting SC State President Alexander Conyers reported at a Feb. 3 meeting of the university’s board of trustees that he and his […]

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Lock Fizz | EDITORIAL | Las Vegas Review-Journal

A definitive review of how the United States and the world has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic is years away. But some early studies were not kind to those who touted draconian restrictions. On Monday, Johns Hopkins researchers released a report finding that shutdowns and other measures implemented early in the pandemic reduced deaths by […]

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Maryland today | Optimized Facebook notifications Pump Blood…

A predictive algorithm developed by University of Maryland machine learning researchers to improve Facebook’s notification system for blood donations prompted 5% more people to roll up their sleeves in a test last year , an increase that could mean 140 million more lifesaving donations worldwide if applied to all. of the social media platform’s 2.8 […]

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Birmingham Promise Internships Start Today for the City of Birmingham Schools Class of 2022 « The Official Site for the City of Birmingham, Alabama

Birmingham, Alabama. – Birmingham Promise today launched a new semester of paid internships for seniors at Birmingham City Schools. Throughout the spring, 75 seniors will gain work experience at 65 local businesses, ranging from the city’s largest public and private institutions to small businesses and startups. “These experiences allow students to earn money, develop professional […]

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Two Honored for Their Outstanding Achievements and Exemplary Leadership in Cardiothoracic Surgery

Newswise – CHICAGO (January 30, 2022) – In recognition of their extraordinary efforts and unwavering service, Joseph A. Dearani, MD, and Joseph E. Bavaria, MD, have each received the 2022 Distinguished Service Award from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons at the Society’s 58th Annual Meeting. “It is an honor and a great pleasure for me […]

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IIT Kanpur MBA Program is calling for applications for the 2022-23 academic year

IIT Kanpur is inviting applications for Master of Business Administration (MBA) program for the 2022-2023 academic year. MBA IIT Kanpur recently recorded a 100% placement for the 2020-22 outgoing batch with an annual growth of 22.5% in the average package offered. The MBA program falls under the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management (IME) of […]

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$150,000 grant expands Framingham State’s digital humanities offerings

Framingham State University has received a second grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) totaling $146,785 that will be used to expand race inquiry programs through the Digital Program University Humanities. Funds from the latest grant will provide a series of workshops and institutes focused on using digital humanities tools to explore issues […]

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British Columbia glaciers have melted 7 times faster in the past decade than in previous years, UNBC study finds

Glaciers in British Columbia and Alberta have melted an average of seven times faster in the past decade than in previous periods, according to a new study by geologists from the University of Northern Columbia. British. Doctoral candidate Alexandre Bevington and Professor Brian Menounos used new technology to conduct the study. They fed more than […]

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Powerhouse Company completes the first solid timber university building in the Netherlands

The energy-neutral building of Tilburg University sits on a 33 x 33 m footprint and houses 14 classrooms, self-study spaces and a foyer. Set in a striking wooded landscape, the shape of the lecture hall echoes existing modernist structures on campus. Primarily a cross-laminated timber structure, the lecture hall is a pioneer of Dutch university […]

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Efficacy and Safety of Oral Immunotherapy in Children Aged 1-3 Years with Peanut Allergy (Immune Tolerance Network IMPACT Trial): A Randomized Placebo-Controlled Study

Fund For young children with peanut allergy, food avoidance is the current standard of care. We sought to assess whether oral peanut immunotherapy can induce desensitization (an increased allergic reaction threshold during treatment) or remission (a state of unresponsiveness after stopping immunotherapy) in this population. Methods We conducted a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study at five […]

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Will Montezuma-Cortez continue four-day school weeks next year? – The newspaper

The Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School District recently moved to four-day school weeks and plans to maintain the schedule next year. School board compares four- and five-day weeks Speculation has begun over whether the shortened school weeks will continue in the next school year in the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School District, after schools moved to four-day schedules when […]

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Bayfield School District cancels classes and events after 20 teachers were exposed to COVID-19 – The Journal

23% of the student body was absent on Tuesday The Bayfield School District has canceled classes and events and postponed community meetings due to an increase in COVID-19 cases. (Durango Herald file) The Bayfield School District announced Tuesday that classes, academic events and other scheduled activities have been postponed for the remainder of the week […]

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Academic Faculty for Academic Support-Innovation dept, Abu Dhabi Polytechnic, United Arab Emirates job with INSTITUTE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

Abu Dhabi Polytechnic was established by the Institute of Applied Technology in 2010 to provide a dual educational-vocational training system with several high-tech disciplines (specializations) to produce technologists and engineers serving the UAE industrial workforce required for Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030. ADP’s specific vision is to create skilled professional technologists and engineers capable of […]

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2 weeks later, does New York Mayor Eric Adams still have some swagger?

By MICHELLE L. PRICE NEW YORK (AP) — On his eighth day as mayor of New York City, Eric Adams appeared before reporters to announce federal funds for a pandemic-stricken hospital system — and answer questions about some provocative hires in his nascent administration. Within hours, he was in front of the news cameras again, […]

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Let’s take a break from the bad news and talk about butter cats

Dear diary, I write once again huddled under the covers, on the verge of frozen delirium, this time suitably seasoned, so at least there’s that. I throw out an Airborne chew with every throat tickle and feverishly hope 2022 doesn’t find me. . . I mean, enough already with this new year. Bag Lady can […]

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Post-doctorate in Macroecology and Diversity of European Vegetation at MASARYK UNIVERSITY

Department: Department of Botany and Zoology – Faculty of Science Deadline: February 15, 2022 Start date: As soon as possible in 2022 Type of employment: fulltime Working area: Science and research Bursar of the Faculty of Science of Masaryk University announces open competition for the position Post-doctorate in Macroecology and Diversityof European vegetation, Masaryk University, […]

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Local lawyer continues to advocate for the arts in Tupelo

[ad_1] January 9 – TUPELO – The artistic community has long been the heart of Tupelo. With arts education integrated into public schools and countless outlets for dance, theater and music, Tupelo has made it a priority to make artistic experiences tangible for all ages. Mary Frances Massey is the product of these efforts. A […]

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Maxvorstadt is a hub for art lovers and academics

[ad_1] Maxvorstadt is known both as the artistic and university district of Munich. Just north of the historic city center, the district is often referred to as the “Brain of Munich” because of its “extraordinarily high” number of artistic and educational institutions, said Michael Reiss, managing partner of Munich Sotheby’s International Realty. A few steps […]

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Rookie winner interview: Avi | School Library Journal

[ad_1] The prolific author of Newbery Medalist Crispin and titles of honor Nothing but the truth and Charlotte Doyle’s True Confessions points out that protest and patriotism are woven into American history. Avi wrote three books which were recognized by the Newbery committee: Charlotte Doyle’s True Confessions received a Newbery Honor in 1991, Nothing but […]

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Pagnattaro appointed interim vice-president for education

[ad_1] Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, a seasoned administrator and distinguished professor, has been appointed interim vice president for education at the University of Georgia, effective February 1. Marisa Pagnattaro Pagnattaro has been Vice-President, Academic Affairs since 2019 and is Josiah Meigs Professor Emeritus at Terry College of Business. “Dr. Pagnattaro has a proven track record of […]

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Covid vaccination campaign to launch amid restrictions, Kolkata Mayor Firhad Hakim said

[ad_1] Calcutta: Amid more restrictions, Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) Mayor Firhad Hakim said childhood immunizations will be available at 16 different schools in Kolkata. “Amid the restrictions that will be imposed from Monday, vaccinations for children and the elderly will be carried out as planned, following all pandemic protocols,” Hakim said. Hakim also claimed that […]

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Party-goers urged not to travel across the UK

[ad_1] LONDON – Authorities have warned revelers in Scotland and Wales to think twice before heading to England to ring in the New Year, highlighting how the four parts of the UK are once again taking radically different approaches to restrictions on coronaviruses amid record infections and skyrocketing hospitalizations. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has resisted […]

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The current COVID-19 pandemic is affecting everyone in one way or another

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: As 2021 draws to a close, the News Journal looks back on the best stories of the year. Today we end our countdown by reviewing stories # 2 and # 1 of 2021. Mansfield Lahm Air National Guard Base received a new assignment in 2021. In August, the 179th Airlift Wing of […]

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World Renowned Geneticist and Sickle Cell Expert Takes Head of Department of Genetic Medicine at Johns Hopkins

[ad_1] Newswise – South African geneticist Ambroise Wonkam, MD, Ph.D., D.Med.Sc., has been selected as director of the Department of Genetic Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine and the McKusick-Nathans Institute for Genetic Medicine. An advocate of diversifying the pool of genetic reference data that scientists often use to make genetic discoveries, Wonkam has made essential […]

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Mr. Market is too emotional about Informa

[ad_1] The use of GuruFocus List of Gurus is ideal for generating ideas. One guru that I admire is David Herro (Trades, Portfolio). I recently wrote about a stock he owns in his Oakmark Intl Small Cap fund. While exploring another of his portfolios, the Oakmark International Fund, I noticed that he had recently added […]

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Just take us to the Georgia-Michigan game next week, please.

[ad_1] After waiting over 40 years, living off the dust of 1980, how would the Bulldogs celebrate such a title? What kind of parade do you have a time like this – very humble, no bands, everyone just hums the fight song? Does the trophy have to be pewter? Does the virus have a ring? […]

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ED to award $ 5 million to organizations working with families and schools to boost return to school – LE Journal

[ad_1] Federal grant opportunities ED to award $ 5 million to organizations working with families and schools to boost back to school By Kristal Kuykendall 12/22/21 The US Department of Education has released the 2022 application for the Statewide Family Engagement Centers grant program, which will award $ 5 million to organizations working with educational […]

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MAC Directors Approve COVID Grant Spending | Education

[ad_1] The Mineral Area College Board of Trustees approved the $ 908,714 expense the school received as part of the Institutional Resilience and Post-Secondary Opportunities Expansion Grant (IREPO) when it met in regular session Thursday morning in the VanHerck conference room on the Park Hills campus. In making the request, Provost Roger McMillian gave the […]

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Bridging the gap between academics and policymaking in Indonesia

[ad_1] IN 2015 Asit Biwas, then a professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, and Julian Kirchherr, a researcher at the University of Oxford, wrote a very stimulating and important opinion piece in The times of the straits titled “Teacher, Nobody Reads You”. The article gave […]

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Achievements | Honors, nominations, publications for December 17th | Nebraska today

[ad_1] Recent achievements in the university community have been won by William Belcher, Les Carlson, Shane Farritor, Crystal Garcia, Xia Hong, Ron Hull, Fred Luthans, Thomas Omer and the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools . Honors Guillaume Belcher, associate professor of forensic anthropology at the School of Global Integrative Studies, […]

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When bible-inspired pseudoscience and clickbait lead to looting

[ad_1] For a myriad of reasons, and like many other researchers working in Southwest Asia, we were deeply disappointed when Scientific reports, a peer-reviewed journal operating under one of the world’s leading scientific journals, Nature, published pseudoscientific research on a supposed ancient cosmic explosion destroying the site of Tall el-Hammam in what is now Jordan. […]

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Thermo Fisher Scientific Launches New Food Safety Solution

[ad_1] December 14, 2021 by Asia Food Journal Courtesy of Thermo Fisher Scientific To meet the need for more economical solid phase extraction solutions used in the food and pharmaceutical industry, Thermo Fisher Scientific launched its QuEChERS portfolio. These easy-to-use sample extraction and cleaning kits provide cleaner extracts for liquid chromatography analysis. The products include […]

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Albuquerque photographer Bill Tondreau assembles masterpieces

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: The Journal continues the monthly series “From the Studio” with Kathaleen Roberts as she takes a close look at an artist. “Sandia Fantasia”, by Bill Tondreau. (Courtesy of Sumner & Dene) Bill Tondreau’s Oscar sits wrapped in Target towels in a gym bag tucked away in his Northeast Heights closet. “I’m not […]

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In NCAA DIII football, coaches speak out against lack of days of rest and respect – The Athletic

[ad_1] For three consecutive weekends, NCAA Division III championship teams were invited to play back-to-back games. In Rounds 1 and 2, the teams played on November 13 and 14 or on November 14 and 15. Rounds 3 and 4 (quarter-finals) took place on November 19 and 20 or on November 20 and 21. The semi-finals […]

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Clemson QB hires Cade Klubnik named Gatorade Texas football player of the year

[ad_1] Gatorade announced on December 7 that Cade Klubnik, a Clemson and Austin Westlake High School football player, is the 2021-2022 Gatorade Texas football player of the year. Now in its 37th year, the award recognizes a Texas high school football plane that exhibits features such as: Exceptional sporting excellence High standards of academic achievement […]

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Explore Edmonton for European cities to help improve sustainability score

[ad_1] Breadcrumb Links Local news Edmonton achieved an overall score of 51 percent, ranking 60th out of 73 cities on its first Global Destination Sustainability Index (GDS-I) Author of the article: Kellen taniguchi Release date : 05 Dec 2021 • 46 minutes ago • 2 minutes to read • Join the conversation The rising sun […]

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Turlock Educator Group Fair and Equitable Scoring Goal

[ad_1] A large committee of teachers and administrators at the Turlock Unified School District are rethinking the way they grade students. Educators participate in a book study, “Grading for Equity- What It Is, Why It Matters, and How It Can Transform Schools and Classrooms.” Author Joe Feldman met with the reading group and made a […]

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Negaunee High School 1st Term Honor Roll | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] NEGAUNEE – The following students have been named to the First Term Honor Roll of Negaunee High School for the 2021-2022 school year: Grade 9 With distinction (all A’s) Makenna Ackley, Theresa Anderson, Emma Arbelius, Paityn Brunette, Owen Carrigan, Eli Cody, Macyn DellAngelo, Ian Engstrom, Bryce Granato, Ethan Harris, Isabella Hume, Alyssa Johnson, Aubrey […]

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Back pain can be better localized thanks to a new technique developed by researchers at Concordia

[ad_1] “Statistical shape analysis allows us to detect very localized changes in muscle shape associated with low back pain,” says lead author Yiming Xiao, assistant professor of computer science and software engineering. After taking into account variables such as age and gender, says Xiao, “this study can help detect where specifically the muscles are degenerating. […]

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Top Honor for USC Outdoor Education Academic

[ad_1] University of the Sunshine Coast scholar Dr Glyn Thomas received a national award in recognition of his nearly 30 years of efforts to teach people to appreciate and understand the outdoors. Dr. Thomas, Senior Lecturer in Outdoor Environmental Education at USC Moreton Bay, was recently awarded the inaugural Outdoor Education Australia (OAS) Fellowship – […]

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Chautauqua Lake Central School announces students of the month | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] The October students at Chautauqua Lake Central School are (top row) Ian Riedesel, Mallory Morrison, Taylor Donato, (bottom row) Lauren Jagoda, Brooke Feldt and John Roblero. MAYVILLE – Chautauqua Lake Central School’s Students of the Month, honored for their achievements in October, are Ian Riedesel, Mallory Morrison, Taylor Donato, Lauren Jagoda, Brooke Feldt and […]

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Academic freedom allows SUCs to ban red books from their libraries

[ad_1] “Law and logic are on my side. “ Last week, a comment in another newspaper argued that the recent decision by three state universities to ban subversive books from their respective libraries is not an exercise of academic freedom, but a violation of rights. freedom of expression and expression of their students. I absolutely […]

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Maddison Harris’ Works, Birth and Wired Memories, Nominated for Publication in Excelencia Magazine | The Singleton Argus

[ad_1] Australian Christian College (ACC) student Maddison Harris is currently working on her grade 12 major work for next year’s HSC. It is a project that she is keen to start having achieved success with her works completed in AD 11. For someone who said she approached art as a subject out of interest rather […]

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Immunicum publishes the mechanism of action of DCP-001 in the

[ad_1] Press release Stockholm, Sweden, November 22, 2021 Immunicum publishes DCP-001 mechanism of action in Journal CellsImmunicum AB (publ; IMMU.ST), a biopharmaceutical company focused on hard-to-treat established tumors and prevention of cancer recurrence, today announced the publication of an article in a scientific journal describing the mechanism of action of her relapsed cancer cell-based DCP-001 […]

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Ute Mountain Ute Tribe dedicates new charter school – The Journal

[ad_1] Students and teachers at the new Kwiyagat Community Academy in Towaoc perform Native American songs at a dedication ceremony Thursday. (Jim Mimiaga / The Journal) Jim Mimiaga Kwiyagat Community Academy mixes Ute culture and language with academics A large gathering of families, educators and tribal leaders attended an open-air dedication ceremony for the new […]

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Researcher studies impact of COVID-19 on people living with HIV

[ad_1] Breadcrumb Links Local News The management of COVID-19 in people living with HIV may be different – and a U of S researcher is hoping to help find the best course of treatment. Author of the article: Brooke Kleiboer Topaza Yu undergraduate kinesiology researcher. Photo provided Content of the article Topaza Yu, an undergraduate […]

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As Wall Street soars, short sellers in short supply

[ad_1] A television screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shows the Federal Reserve’s recent rate decision. As the stock market soars record after record, activity has slumped to an almost two-decade low for traders known as short sellers, who make money betting stocks will drop. . (AP Photo / Richard Drew) […]

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Pink Mask Tricky Tray Benefits Breast Cancer Programs; Jersey City students take first place in scholarship program | Journal Entries

[ad_1] Tree planting in Halecky-IMTT park Mayor Jimmy Davis and Director of Public Works Tom Cotter joined Public Works employees and members of NB Earth Speaks in planting two oak trees in Halecky-IMTT Park. The park is located east of Bayonne. The park was proposed by former council member John Halecky as a buffer between […]

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Wartburg College Professor Publishes Relationships Research in Academic Journal | Waverly Newspapers

[ad_1] Tyler Graff, assistant professor of psychology at Wartburg College, recently published a research article he co-authored in PLOS ONE, an open access, peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Public Library of Science. His research, “Spousal emotional support and quality of relationships dampen pupillary response to horror movies,” shows that couples who support each other […]

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UMass Law Features: Delta Theta Phi’s UMass Law Chapter Wins Record Number of Awards at National Convention

[ad_1] National awards include Most Outstanding Student Senate, Most Outstanding Professor for Professor Dwight Duncan and Most Outstanding Student for Raven Francomano, JD ’22 Raven Francomano, JD ’22 with his Nation’s Most Outstanding Student Award and Professor Dwight Duncan, who has been named the Nation’s Most Outstanding Professor by the Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity. […]

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Vitamin D deficiency first visible after cremation – sciencedaily

[ad_1] The cremation process destroys a lot of information that can usually be obtained from the human skeleton. Especially the diseases are difficult to observe. This caused a scarcity in our knowledge of the disease burden in populations that practiced cremation as their main funeral ritual. Dr Barbara Veselka and Pr Christophe Snoeck, from the […]

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Ancient asteroids frequently hit Earth, delaying the rise of life – study

[ad_1] Asteroid impacts remain one of the most dangerous natural disasters possible, but catastrophic collisions have been few in living memory. However, this was certainly not the case for Earth’s early years, when the young planet was furiously bombarded by massive ancient asteroids – 10 times more often than previously believed – and possibly delayed […]

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Who should lead Jersey City for the next 4 years? | Jersey Journal Endorsements

[ad_1] In an ideal Jersey City mayoral race in 2021, voters would have before them a candidate who combines the empathy and promise of Lewis Spears with the organizational skills and experience of Steven Fulop. Spears, a newcomer to the political arena, is a longtime Jersey City resident whose understanding of the needs of residents […]

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With Middletown Schools Head on Leave, Acting Principal Pledges ‘Enduring Commitment’ to District

[ad_1] MIDDLETOWN – The school district’s director of studies, who took over as superintendent when he was granted leave earlier this week, pledges “an unwavering commitment” to the community as the district grapples with challenges. allegations of “inappropriate” treatment in the workplace. Based on what a family spokesperson said was the advice of their doctors, […]

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University of North Carolina may consider race in admissions – The Journal

[ad_1] Federal judge ruled flagship North Carolina public university may continue to view race as a factor in its undergraduate admissions RALEIGH, NC (AP) – A federal judge has ruled that the flagship public university of North Carolina may continue to view race as a factor in its undergraduate admissions, rebutting the argument of a […]