The Benefits of Getting A Personal loan

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Apply for personal loans There are many motives to apply for personal loans, for example, consolidating high-cost credit card balances and financing weddings and once-in-a lifetime travel, however they’re typically most beneficial for events that are not festive for emergencies, like home repairs or medical bills. It is possible to use personal loan to...

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New Zealand CAA backs investigation into single-pilot passenger flights

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The Civil Aviation Authority support work to investigate the possibility of reducing commercial flights to a single pilot in the cockpit. The United Nations aviation standards body (ICAO) has developed a discussion paper entitled “An approach to new operational concepts involving extended minimum crew and single-pilot operations”. According to reports, the European Union Aviation...

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Seelos Therapeutics to Host Research and Development Update Conference Call and Webcast on December 15, 2022

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NEW YORK, November 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Seelos Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: SEEL), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing therapies for central nervous system disorders and rare diseases, today announced that it will hold a Research and Development Update Conference Call and Webcast on Thursday, December 15e of 1-3 p.m. ET. “As we approach...

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Study explores EV lane charging potential

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The impact of wireless electric vehicle (EV) charging stations on a section of the Auckland motorway, including economic feasibility, length of charging lanes, traffic effects and energy consumption , is examined in a recent study. Dynamic Wireless Charging (DWC) stations are integrated into the road and use electromagnetic induction to charge electric vehicles as...

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Letter on the proposed market correction mechanism

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Europex broadly welcomes the Commission’s proposals on joint purchasing, efficient operation of gas infrastructure, reduction of gas demand and improvement of security of supply, as set out in the draft regulation of the Council aimed at strengthening solidarity through better coordination of gas purchases, cross-border gas exchanges and reference prices. We believe that the...

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First study examines the impact of exercise on the microbiome in people with cancer

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Share on PinterestNew research is investigating the link between exercise and gut bacteria in people with cancer. Justin Paget/Getty Images Several factors can contribute to the development of colorectal cancer, and research suggests that the gut microbiota may also play a role. New research has shown that regular exercise has a positive impact on...

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November 14, 2022 – Lending Rates Begin To Rise – Forbes Advisor

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Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Last week, the average interest rate on refinanced student loans jumped. Despite the rise, rates remain relatively low, giving borrowers the opportunity to refinance at a lower rate. According to Credible.com,...

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15 ways to reforest the planet: UniSC research

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International scientists are calling for a “decade of global action” to reforest the planet, following the overnight publication of a thematic international journal led by researchers at Australia’s University of the Sunshine Coast. The historic issue of the Royal Society’s Philosophical Transactions reveals the latest scientific advances in restoring forests to benefit people as...

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Application for student loan forgiveness closed after court ruling

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A district judge ruled Biden’s debt relief plan unconstitutional in Brown v. Department of Education. The administration is appealing the decision. President Joe Biden announced his administration’s plan for widespread student loan forgiveness in late August. Under this planned program, the Ministry of Education would forgive $10,000 of student debt for anyone earning less...

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UK-based Nigerian researcher publishes first African paper on I-deals

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Dotun Ayeni, a UK-based Nigerian researcher, has published the first African research on idiosyncratic transactions (I-deals), an area of ​​modern management. According to a statement on Wednesday, the research, published by SAGE, an international journal publisher, focused on a new perspective of individualized work arrangements between an employee and an organization to improve employability....

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CBSE Class 10 Boards 2023: Recommended Sample Papers, RMT (Flash) Cards and Books for Exam Success | Most Wanted Products

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When it comes to Class 10 boards, your preparations should always start early. You need to have the right books with you that will help you review sample documents, flash cards for revisions, question bank and more. With good CBSE Class 10 Boards 2023 books, you will be able to practice a good number...

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A curator with a unique window on history

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The deliberate preservation of the old. Curatorial Librarian David Stokoe has dedicated his 40-year career to repairing and preserving a wide range of unique library materials and collections. Throughout his career, curatorial librarian David Stokoe has had an extraordinary window into history. For the past 16 years, Stokoe has worked at Syracuse University Libraries...

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Yemen Socio-Economic Update, Issue 73 – June 2022 [EN/AR] – Yemen

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Attachments Introduction Financing for development remains one of the major challenges facing all countries, especially developing and least developed countries, given the enormous challenge it poses to development plans and programs, especially in a context of lack of resources necessary to implement these plans and programs designed to achieve various economic objectives. and social,...

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Goodell and Zeldin push to allow natural gas production | News, Sports, Jobs

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As natural gas prices continue to rise, Assemblyman Andrew Goodell and Republican gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin are pushing for New York to consider environmentally friendly natural gas production. The New York independent system operator warns of a sharp increase in wholesale electricity costs expected this winter due to several economic and geopolitical...

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BriBooks Wins Red Herring Top 100 Global Award 2022

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Singapore, Nov 3 (ANI/NewsSee): BriBrooks, the world’s first creative writing platform for children, has been announced among (https://www.redherring.com/events/red-herring-global/2022-red -herring-top -100-global-winners) List of the top 100 global winners of Red Herring. After careful consideration, BriBooks has been recognized as one of the 100 most innovative companies in the world. Red Herring’s Global 100 list has...

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Environmental Factor – November 2022: Does Loud Noise During Sleep Affect Growth Hormone Levels?

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A small clinical study in adolescents found that a single night of disruptive sleep did not reduce the body’s ability to produce growth hormone. Growth hormone is produced in the pituitary gland, located at the base of the brain, and its secretion is an important regulator of growth, metabolism and muscle mass in children....

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Lawns, a big contributor to climate change

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There is a call for a radical and fundamental overhaul of the parks and quarter-acre grassy sections that many Kiwis yearn for. Professor Len Gillman from Auckland University of Technology says it’s because of climate change. “And most people don’t really understand how bad it’s going to be,” he said. He helped write a...

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BBB Tip: How to Avoid Scammers When Navigating the New Student Loan Help Beta App | Community

by on October 29, 2022 0

A beta test of the student debt relief application website was launched recently by the US Department of Education. The site will be available on and off until the full launch later this month, with the application taking around five minutes to complete. According to the department, there is no advantage in applying before...

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Here come the surveys

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Let’s say the GOP takes control of Congress on November 8th. What will 2023 look like? History offers clues. The Republican Congress will fight with the President on spending, immigration, the IRS, Ukraine aid and the debt ceiling. And it will open investigations into Biden’s personal and professional life. A divided government in a...

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University rises in higher education ranking – Newsroom

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October 27, 2022 US News & World Report, Washington Monthly elevate Montclair to latest rankings Posted in: Unclassified Montclair State University has risen to the latest higher education rankings from US News & World Report and Washington Monthly. Montclair State University’s reputation is growing, and major higher education rankings are taking note. Montclair received...

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The ‘Kerala Model’: a mix of spectacular successes and failures

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Professor KP Kannan’s paper lists four ‘spectacular failures’ of the Kerala model: unemployment among educated people – especially women, declining efficiency in tax collection, public sector as a drain on public resources, and the loss of public resources due to costly time and cost overruns on infrastructure projects Professor KP Kannan’s paper lists four...

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IIM Jammu Faculty Members Awarded for Best Research Paper in Economics

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JAMU21 OCTOBER: Dr. Vaseem Akram, Chair of Doctoral Program and Prof. Jabir Ali, Dean of Studies, Faculty Members of Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Jammu, regarding their research paper titled “Output Convergence at Sector Level across the Indian States: Evidence from Weak Sigma and Club Convergence Analysis” received the award for best research paper...

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As America votes, abortion rights take center stage at a DC theater

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Comment this story Comment Arena Stage’s “My Body No Choice” anime is a lengthy exploration of the multiple attacks and insults against women’s physical and mental well-being. But her unifying thesis is simple and straightforward: Leave decisions about their bodies to the women themselves. Consisting of eight short and original monologues delivered by eight...

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Deep learning-based classification for lung opacities in chest x-rays through batch control and sensitivity regulation

by on October 20, 2022 0

Skewed classification refers to the uneven distribution of data categories in the training dataset of a classification model and is a widespread problem in data-driven deep learning models. For example, the COVID-19 epidemic has spread around the world in just a few months, affecting the lives and health of countless people. Early in the...

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UTSA Libraries Collection Provides Insight into the South Texas LGBTQ Community | UTSA today | UTSA

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UTSA’s LGBTQ collection is available and accessible to students, faculty, researchers, and the community at large. These materials illuminate the many ways of living, working and being on the spectrum of gender and sexuality. “The strength of this collection is its rich array of primary resources that provide an important look into the history...

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Changes in metamorphopsia after intravitreal injection of aflibercept for diabetic macular edema

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We included 20 eyes of 20 patients with DME. Table 1 lists the basic clinical features. The average number of injections was 6.7 ± 1.2. No significant adverse events, including endophthalmitis, DR, or cataract development, were observed during the study period. During the follow-up period, none of the patients underwent cataract surgery. Table 1...

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The famous Arecibo telescope will not be rebuilt – and astronomers are heartbroken

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The dish of the 305-meter-wide telescope at the Arecibo Observatory was destroyed at the end of 2020, after the support cables broke.Credit: Ricardo Arduengo/AFP via Getty After a world-famous radio telescope at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico collapsed two years ago, many scientists hoped the US National Science Foundation (NSF), which runs the...

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Swinburne welcomes Made in Victoria 2030 manufacturing statement

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Swinburne welcomes the Victorian Government’s ‘Made in Victoria 2030’ statement, which outlines its priorities for improving advanced manufacturing in the state, attracting and stimulating investment and creating new jobs. Victoria is a leader in advanced manufacturing and this $31 billion industry is growing through a pipeline of government-backed investment policies and partnerships. Innovation, creative...

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Demand for home loans remains strong despite rising interest rates

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Between 2017 and 2020, home loan growth was mainly driven by the affordable housing segment, including metro outskirts, while high-end locations in metropolitan areas such as Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore remained subdued , Keki Mistry, vice president and general manager of Housing Development Finance Corp. Ltd., told BQ Prime. The trend changed after 2020...

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He can do magical things

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Union Saint-Gilloise star Dante Vanzeir has praised Brighton & Hove Albion loanee Simon Adingra for the amazing things he can do on the pitch as well as the pace he possesses. Adingra signed for Brighton in the summer and was immediately loaned out to Seagulls sister club Union Saint-Gilloise in Belgium. The 20-year-old has...

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An alternative to resume reading and screening for HR professionals who want to get the best results for the company

by on October 11, 2022 0

It’s been nearly 25 years since Schmidt and Hunter’s peer-reviewed article on the psychology of personnel selection showed that then, and now, HR teams still select the wrong people. They found that there was very little correlation (about 25%*) between the perceived qualities of the candidates based on their CV and the performance of...

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Architecture Professors Named University of Columbus Design Research Fellows

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Christopher Columbus exhibition announced seven University Design Research Fellows (UDRF), including Molly Hunker and Greg Corso, assistant professors in the School of Architecture, who have been selected to participate in the 2022-23 cycle of the exhibition which this year will put a special focus on downtown Columbus, Indiana, rich in modernist architecture. • Molly...

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Steroid abuse led to black fungus

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A research paper from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has confirmed that the inappropriate use of steroids during the second wave of the pandemic led to an increased frequency of fungal infections, or mucormycosis, in covid patients. . About 40,824 cases of mucormycosis have been reported across the country, with 3,229 patients...

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Pre-mobile childhood bruising shouldn’t automatically trigger Section 47, government advisers say

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Photo: Rawpixel.com/Adobe Stock Councils should stop automatically triggering child protection inquiries under Section 47 of the Children Act 1989 in response to bruising in pre-mobile infants, government advisers have said. The Child Protection Practices Review Committee made the call in a briefing released last weekas the research found that an increasing number of authorities...

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Biden’s student loan forgiveness request is coming soon. Here’s what you need to know

by on October 4, 2022 0

By Katie Lobosco, CNN The application for President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan is expected to go live this week. Announced in late August, the plan will provide federal student loan forgiveness to millions of low- and middle-income borrowers. Individuals who earned less than $125,000 in 2020 or 2021 and married couples or...

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Sexual assault plaintiffs can enjoy ‘full immunity’ from defamation suits

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What is absolute privilege? Absolute privilege is a defense against defamation that provides complete immunity from liability. It applies to matters published in the course of proceedings before a parliamentary body or an Australian court or tribunal. If the defense applies, it is irrelevant that a posting was deliberately or intentionally false or misleading....

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Das Capital – Free Washington Beacon

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Berlin is a wonderful read. The author doesn’t just cram prose like an oversize New Yorker room. Focusing on the essentials, he wraps his story in a dazzling dramaturgy that makes the reader want to browse more than 400 pages. An accomplished storyteller, Sinclair McKay writes like a journalist covering the past, but he...

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Research: Rating Action: Moody’s assigns issuer rating Aa1 to Saxony-Anhalt, stable outlook

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Frankfurt am Main, September 30, 2022 — Moody’s Investors Service (“Moody’s”) today assigned – in domestic and foreign currency – the long-term issuer rating of Aa1 to the Land of Saxony-Anhalt. The Basic Credit Assessment (BCA) has been affirmed at aa3. The outlook for Saxony-Anhalt remains stable. Saxony-Anhalt’s senior unsecured debt Aa1 ratings and...

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Cabinet nod to the construction of highways, bus terminals

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The Jharkhand government cabinet meeting was held at the Bhawan project on Thursday, where 30 proposals were approved. Most of the Cabinet’s proposals were related to various ministries such as highway construction, government buildings and others. In one of the major political decisions, the Jharkhand Mineral Development Corporation Limited has secured the extension of...

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September: antidepressant study | News and Features

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Long-term use of antidepressants can double the risk of heart disease, according to the most comprehensive epidemiological study to date to investigate the health consequences of using the drug over ten years. The University of Bristol-led study, published in the British Journal of Psychiatry Open, analyzed data on more than 200,000 people. Antidepressants are...

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What is the status of India’s One Nation, One Membership plan? – The science of yarn

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Newspapers stacked on a shelf. Photo: yeaki/Flickr, CC BY 2.0 Almost two years after the Indian government proposed its One Nation, One Subscription plan, there have been no public updates on its progress. ONOS proposes to centrally negotiate payment to journal publishers so that the articles they publish can be viewed by the people...

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Neonatal sepsis: the new threat from superbugs

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“This makes the need for disinfection and maintaining a protocol that ensures a clean and hygienic environment extremely important,” Sankar says. However, basic soap and water are lacking in half of health facilities across the world, according to a WHO/UNICEF report released in 2022, contributing to the risk of infections in mothers and newborns....

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Seaman Paper to fund ocean research and conservation – Launches “Sea the Difference” initiative

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GARDNER, Mass., September 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Seaman Paper Company, a global provider of paper-based solutions designed to reduce the proliferation of single-use plastics, today announced partnerships with leading ocean research and conservation organizations, Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium and One Ocean Foundation. Seaman Paper Company has made multi-year commitments to these organizations to...

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A study by UC Berkeley researchers explains the Machine Learning Operationalization Process or MLOps which exposes the variables that govern the success of machine learning models in deployment

by on September 26, 2022 0

As machine learning becomes more prevalent in software, a new subfield known as MLOps (short for ML Operations) has evolved to organize the “collection of methods that attempt to deploy and manage ML models in production safely and efficiently”. MLOps is commonly recognized as being complicated. According to anecdotal statistics, 90% of ML models...

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COA chief denies plagiarism allegation

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EXPLANATION REQUESTED: A KMT candidate said Chen Chi-chung plagiarized large parts of two articles written by a professor at National Taiwan University. Council of Agriculture (COA) Minister Chen Chi-chung (陳吉仲) yesterday denied accusations that he plagiarized parts of a research project in 2012. Kaohsiung Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) alderman candidate Pai Chiao-yin (白喬茵) wrote...

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40-50% of women’s loan applications are rejected

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A study titled “Assessing the Current Ecosystem of Financial Products for Women in Bangladesh” revealed that 40% to 50% of loan applications from female entrepreneurs in the country were rejected due to lack of required documents. Lack of a renewed business license, guarantor, financial and transactional history of the company, insufficient business knowledge and...

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GOP braces for end of ‘one-party rule’ with ‘Pledge to America’

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MONONGAHELA, Pa.—House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R., Calif.) laid out a blueprint Friday of what voters can expect in 2023 and beyond if Republicans return to Congress in november. McCarthy’s remarks were part of House Republicans’ recently revealed “Pledge to America,” a comprehensive policy pitch for voters ahead of November’s midterm elections. This pitch...

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The ‘Papermill alarm’ software signals potentially false papers

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The stationery alarm searches for similarities to text found in fake papers.Credit: Raimund Koch/Getty A software tool that analyzes the titles and abstracts of scientific articles and detects texts similar to those found in fake articles is attracting interest from publishers. The tool, called Papermill Alarm, was developed by Adam Day, director of scholarly...

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New plagiarism allegations against sports concussion guru Paul McCrory | Concussion in sport

by on September 23, 2022 0

World-renowned concussion expert Dr Paul McCrory has been accused of 10 more cases of plagiarism, prompting experts to question how much original research the neurologist produced and whether he deserved the hundreds of thousands of dollars research grants he has received. McCrory resigned as chairman of the influential Concussion in Sport Group (CISG) in...

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Severna Park man charged with wire fraud in $250,000 loan application scam – Baltimore Sun

by on September 22, 2022 0

Federal prosecutors on Monday filed wire fraud charges against a Severna Park man who they believe obtained a small business loan under false pretences, paying a 30% bribe to an unnamed person who helped file the loan application and a fraudulent tax form. Charges filed in US District Court against Ayaz Qureshi, who is...

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Veracyte (VCYT) Announces New Data Published in JNCI Demonstrates Its Decipher Prostate Genomic Classifier Can Improve Identification of Aggressive Prostate Cancer in African American Men

by on September 22, 2022 0

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. Veracyte, Inc.. (Nasdaq: VCYT) announced that data released today in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute demonstrate that the Company’s Decipher Prostate Genomic Classifier can help identify African American men with...

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Debate over Covid origin looms over guidelines for deadly lab research

by on September 21, 2022 0

Federal government biosafety advisers are calling for greater scrutiny of experiments with potentially dangerous viruses and other pathogens, reflecting an ongoing debate within the scientific community about the benefits and risks of such laboratory research. This contentious issue has become even more rancorous amid speculation that some sort of ‘lab leak’ may have played...

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Sparrow student loan app raises $7 million for bid to simplify private borrowing

by on September 20, 2022 0

Sparrow is free for students and colleges. The company earns its money from lenders who … secure loan agreements through the site. Getty The Biden administration’s recent decision to cancel up to $20,000 in student loans for many existing borrowers came with an important caveat for student debt holders: private loans are excluded...

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Download CBSE Class 10, 12 Sample Board Papers from cbseacademic.nic.in

by on September 20, 2022 0

Examples of CBSE 2022-23 (OUT) documents: Finally, CBSE today released the CBSE 10, 12th sample pdf documents in online mode. Students can download sample CBSE 2022-23 papers by subject from the official website – cbseacademic.nic.in. Get the direct link here Examples of CBSE 2022-23 documents Examples of CBSE 2022-23 documents (available): Students who will...

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Microbiologists propose new DNA-based naming system for microbes | Science

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A new system for naming certain microbes promises to streamline the process and reduce the backlog created by the thousands of species discovered through DNA analysis in recent years. In an article published today in Natural microbiologythe researchers describe SeqCode, a protocol that allows, for the first time, to name newly discovered bacteria and...

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Ethics in action | MIT News

by on September 19, 2022 0

Design decisions often treat people unequally. Take a bicycle, for example. Bicycles provide a relatively cheap, healthy and environmentally friendly mode of transportation for billions of people around the world. Yet every bike that hits the market automatically excludes people with certain disabilities. “Even with the most benevolent technology, no matter how ethically well-meaning...

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The hike will affect car loans, credit cards, mortgages and jobs

by on September 18, 2022 0

Higher-than-expected inflation in August means the Fed will likely back another giant rate hike next week. Rate increases have already made mortgages, car loans and credit cards much more expensive for Americans. Markets are now expecting bigger increases through 2023, leaving households to prepare for more economic hardship. Loading Something is loading. Since the...

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‘Disastrous’ measures for mackerel: conservationists – Gympie Today

by on September 17, 2022 0

The Australian Marine Conservation Society says the measures put in place to protect Spanish mackerel are “disastrous”. Donna Jones The Queensland Government has announced new fisheries management agreements for Spanish mackerel. The measures will be introduced from October this year, which governments say will help ‘recover depleted stocks and protect good jobs in the...

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Researchers discover a toxin that kills bacteria in unprecedented ways

by on September 17, 2022 0

McMaster researchers have discovered a previously unknown bacteria-killing toxin that could pave the way for a new generation of antibiotics. The study, led by John Whitney of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research, shows that the bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa, known to cause hospital-acquired infections such as pneumonia, secretes a toxin...

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Examinations up to class IX: DSEK submits a proposal to the government for the November session; struggling students

by on September 17, 2022 0

SRINAGAR: Class VII student Kashaf faces a unique exam dilemma. For the past two years, she’s been promoted to the next class on her online performance, which was basically a sham with parents helping her during exams. It was the first time in two years that she was preparing for a paper-and-pencil exam at...

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