Monthly Archives: August 2022

Forensic Service – Disclosure of key exam scores before Vivavoce can be avoided; Allow candidates to keep a multiple-choice quiz: Supreme Court

by on August 30, 2022 0
The Supreme Court observed that disclosure of grades in the main examination prior to the interview/vivavoce can be avoided. “When the written exam is followed by an interview/vivavoce and the members of the interview panel are informed of the marks obtained by the candidates in the written exam which may form a bias affecting... Read More

Morris Animal Foundation Golden Retriever Lifetime Study celebrates 10 years

by on August 29, 2022 0
DENVER, August 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Morris Animal Foundation Golden Retriever Lifespan Study reached its 10-year milestone – a decade of collecting data and biological samples to inform canine health studies for many years to come. The Golden Retriever lifespan study is one of the most comprehensive studies of its type ever undertaken... Read More

Queen of Free helps you manage student loan forgiveness

by on August 28, 2022 0
Exceptional perks like tax relief and student debt forgiveness can help turn your finances around if you use them carefully. INDIANAPOLIS — Last week’s student loan waiver announcement came on the heels of Indiana residents beginning to see state tax refunds approved by the General Assembly during their session extraordinary. Freestyle queen Cherie Lowe... Read More

Rainier Beach High School’s record participation in IB-for-All, a FEPP levy-funded model for high-quality, inclusive learning for students

by on August 26, 2022 0
Launching a new career program this fall IB RBHS coordinator and teacher Steven Miller presents a mural project to students in his Theory of Knowledge class. Rainier Beach High School’s (RBHS) uniquely accessible IB-for-All program served 75% of the Class of 2022, representing 156 seniors, on their path to colleges and careers in 2021-2022.... Read More

Feasibility of low-cost particle sensor types in long-term indoor air pollution health studies after repeated calibration, 2019-2021

by on August 26, 2022 0
Generation of calibration curves for cigarette smoke Cigarette smoke specific calibration curves for the Airbeam 1 and 2 PM2.5 The sensors were created in a lab environment via direct comparison of the output of low cost Airbeam sensors with simultaneous 1 minute readings produced by a factory calibrated Thermo Scientific Personal DataRAM PDR-1500 unit... Read More

“I will put my proposal in writing”: Benjamin maintains a local cricket which needs to be revived; Miller says no to team mergers

by on August 26, 2022 0
Kenneth Benjamin. Glen Miller. – Advertising – By Neto Baptiste As debate over whether to restructure the two-day Antigua and Barbuda Cricket Association (ABCA) cricket competition intensifies, Liberta Sports Club chairman and former West Indies fast bowler, Kenneth Benjamincommitted to putting its proposal in writing. Benjamin has publicly offered to revisit the unpopular Two... Read More

The true cost of gifts

by on August 24, 2022 0
The ongoing debate over “gifts” is unlikely to yield anything substantial in the near term, but the broader discussion about how the government spends offers hope for the future. Usually, interest in such topics remains limited to pages like these. This column, for example, raised the issue of subsidies in January... Read More

AEAB Assistant Professor Receives Graduate Counselor Award

by on August 22, 2022 0
Photo submitted Dr. Trey Malone received the 2022 Graduate Advisor Award from the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association. Trey Malone, assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, received the 2022 Graduate Advisor Award from the Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics Association. He was selected for this prize... Read More

“We will die in poverty before we die from COVID”: young adults and multilevel crises in Afghanistan – Afghanistan

by on August 22, 2022 0
Attachments Orzala Nemat, Vidya Diwakar, Ihsanullah Ghafoori, Shukria Azadmanesh Afghanistan experienced an extraordinary situation in 2021 that presents a complex example of how an intensified level of conflict and the global COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with an increasing prevalence of drought due to climate change, have affected the means of people’s livelihoods from different angles.... Read More

Four burning questions for Karim Nader

by on August 20, 2022 0
Professor Karim Nader is a leader in the field of memory research. Perhaps his most groundbreaking paper showed that recovered fear memories become changeable, requiring the stabilization of new protein synthesis through a process called “reconsolidation.” The compelling and mechanistic nature of Nader’s work was a paradigm shift for the field, inspiring studies that... Read More

Economics professor Robert Fairlie wins Bradford-Osborne Research Award for second consecutive year

by on August 19, 2022 0
Yes, he did it again. Economics teacher Robert Fairlie received the Bradford-Osborne Research Award for the second consecutive year. The award– named after famed black economists William Bradford, professor emeritus of finance at the University of Washington, and Alfred E. Osborne, Jr., senior associate dean for external affairs at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management... Read More

Proposed climate change risk guidance for the (re)insurance industry – CBI launches public consultation

by on August 19, 2022 0
On August 3, 2022, the Central Bank of Ireland (central bank) launched a public consultation document (Paper) on the proposed introduction of guidance on climate change risks for the (re)insurance sector: “CP151- Guidance for (Re)insurance Undertakings on Climate Change Risk”(Tips). What is the purpose of the paper? The objective of the document is to... Read More

Modeling how snow distribution depends on terrain, elevation, and vegetation will improve Earth system models

by on August 18, 2022 0
Comprehensive data from multiple seasons of field research in Arctic Alaska will help address uncertainties in Earth system and climate change models regarding snow cover in the region and its impacts on water and the environment. “Snow cover and its distribution affect not only the Arctic but also global energy budgets, and so how... Read More

“The scope of freebies is wide, tax holidays, business loan waivers cannot be left out”: DMK moves SC

by on August 17, 2022 0
The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) has approached the Supreme Court in support of the giveaways, opposing the petition filed by former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay against the giveaways and campaign pledges. Seeking to intervene on the matter, the DMK, in its argument, argued that the scope of the gifts is... Read More

Security Research: Technical Papers Overview

by on August 16, 2022 0
New technical papers on hardware security include side channel attacks, hammer blows, on-chip mesh interconnect attacks, heterogeneous attacks on cache hierarchies, GPU-assisted information flow analysis , vehicle safety A number of technical papers related to hardware security have been presented at recent conferences, including the August 2022 USENIX Security Symposium, the IEEE International Symposium... Read More

Scientists identify potential bioindicators to monitor plastic pollution in the North Pacific Ocean

by on August 15, 2022 0
Through the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) With an estimate 8 million metric tons plastic waste that escapes into our oceans every year, plastic pollution negatively affects the environment, the climate and even our health. Many plastic products break down in the ocean and are ingested by marine life. Scientists can study... Read More

Niger approves medium-term expenditure framework and budget strategy paper for 2023 to 2025

by on August 14, 2022 0
The Niger State government has approved the Medium State Expenditure Framework and Budget Strategy Paper for 2023 to 2025. Planning Commissioner Alhaji Zakari Abubakar made the disclosurewhile briefing reporters at Government House, Minna. Alhaji Abubakar explained that the approved document includes an economic and fiscal update, a fiscal strategy paper and a fiscal policy... Read More

Daily Briefing: Prime Minister Modi ‘delighted’ with response to ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign | Latest India News

by on August 13, 2022 0
Here are the main news, analyzes and opinions of the day. Know all about the latest news and other updates from the Hindustan Times. Prime Minister Narendra Modi ‘delighted’ with response to ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday he was “thrilled and proud” of the “incredible response” to the... Read More

Inkjet Papers and Films Market Development by Prominent Major Players, Research Analysis, Growth and Forecast 2022 to 2028 – Instant Interview

by on August 10, 2022 0
MarketsandResearch.biz recently published a global study report titled Global market for inkjet papers and films from 2022 to 2028 which contains a good combination of industry knowledge, smart solutions, practical solutions and the latest technologies to provide a better customer experience. Based on in-depth and professional observation, Inkjet Papers and Films presents a projection... Read More

Appalachian Millworks in Richlands Secures $400,000 VCEDA Loan | New

by on August 9, 2022 0
TAZEWELL, Va. — A $400,000 loan to be used to fund building construction, renovations and improvements to streamline its manufacturing and help with the expansion of Appalachian Millworks & Cabinetry in Tazewell County, bringing with it 15 net new full-time jobs and $1,050,000 in private investment was closed recently by the Virginia Coalfield Economic... Read More

Artist Proposals Wanted for Fayetteville Utility Box Art Program

by on August 8, 2022 0
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – The City of Fayetteville announced Monday that it is seeking proposals for its utility box art program. The program is an anti-graffiti initiative of the Keep Fayetteville Beautiful Committee and the Community Policing Division of the Fayetteville Police Department. According to a city press release, under this year’s theme, ‘Follow... Read More

Detailed Research Analysis of Fast Food Packaging Paper Market Movement 2022-2030 – Shanghaiist

by on August 8, 2022 0
Request a sample download Request a discount Buy the full report New Jersey, United States,- The Global fast food packaging paper market research offers in-depth analysis of the market throughout the course of the rising projection. The study includes a variety of further sections such as a review of opportunities and parties that are... Read More

NIRSAL MFB unveils new facility, sets maximum loan for MSMEs at N250m – The Whistler Newspaper

by on August 7, 2022 0
NIRSAL Microfinance Bank Limited has launched new products that would provide easy access to credit facilities for micro, small and medium enterprises that need affordable credit facilities to expand their businesses. The product also includes employees who can take out loans to meet immediate needs. In a statement from the management of NIRSAL MFB,... Read More

Clarksville-Montgomery County School System 2021-2022 TCAP District Scores – Clarksville Online

by on August 6, 2022 0
Montgomery County, Tennessee – The Tennessee Department of Education released the 2021-2022 state assessment data at the district level. Students in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSS) met or exceeded state proficiency levels in 22 of 28 courses assessed, or 78.6 percent. CMCSS students maintained or increased proficiency levels for all... Read More

The United States will issue an identity card to migrants awaiting deportation proceedings

by on August 6, 2022 0
MIAMI – U.S. immigration authorities plan to issue photo ID cards to immigrants in deportation proceedings in a bid to reduce paper use and help people keep track of meetings and hearings required, officials said. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement proposal is still being developed as a pilot program, and it was not immediately... Read More

How 2 Common Viruses Can Trigger Alzheimer’s Disease

by on August 6, 2022 0
Share on PinterestAre two common viruses responsible for causing Alzheimer’s disease? Image credit: Bloomberg Creative/Getty Images. A new study reveals that two very common viruses that most people carry could interact to cause Alzheimer’s disease. Vaccines against one of the viruses appear to reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Research suggests that other... Read More

Indigenous knowledge linked to Arctic research for 75 years in Utqiagvik

by on August 5, 2022 0
Scientists attending a conference marking the 75th anniversary of the Naval Arctic Research Laboratory walk the beach at Utqiagvik’s iconic whalebone arch during a tour of the town August 2. (Photo by Yereth Rosen/Alaska Beacon) In the country’s northernmost community, about 100 scientists, engineers and other Arctic experts are gathered this week to celebrate... Read More

Study identifies ‘win-win’ solutions to protect human health and conserve ecosystems

by on August 3, 2022 0
An extensive review of academic papers and reports assessed 46 proposed “win-win” solutions to reduce the burden of human infectious disease and advance conservation goals, which can now be explored on a publicly accessible website. The study highlights diverse and widespread bright spots where there may be opportunities to simultaneously protect human and ecosystem... Read More

Chinese municipal bank issues first-ever digital yuan loan using IP as collateral

by on August 3, 2022 0
As reported by local media Sohu, on Wednesday, Zhangjiagang Agricultural Commercial Bank, located in China’s Suzhou Province, announced that it had issued a 500,000 digital yuan (e-CNY) loan with an intellectual property warranty. The loan was granted unanimously by the consumer markets regulator, the financial markets regulator and the city’s municipal authorities. Unnamed in... Read More

How do SARS-CoV-2 shedding rates in exhaled aerosol differ between individuals infected with different variants?

by on August 3, 2022 0
A recent article published in the medRxiv* The preprint server analyzed the evolution of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) shedding in exhaled aerosols (EBA). Study: Evolution of SARS-CoV-2 excretion in exhaled respiratory aerosols. Image Credit: Kateryna Kon/Shutterstock Background Inhalation of aerosols is now widely recognized as an important, if not the primary,... Read More

Chelsea interested in Southampton’s Kyle Walker-Peters – Paper Talk | Transfer Center News

by on August 2, 2022 0
All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Wednesday’s national papers… DAILY MAIL Chelsea have shown interest in signing Kyle Walker-Peters this summer, but Southampton have quoted £40m for the England full-back. Phil Foden has agreed a new long-term deal at Manchester City – worth around £225,000 a week. Manchester City have spoken to... Read More

Zebra Technologies, Barcodes, Inc., Sam’s Club – Shanghaiist

by on August 2, 2022 0
The new investigation report from MarketQuest.bizrevolves around the projected progress of the Global receipt paper market from 2022 to 2028. The report explores the establishment of the company, imperative years advancement instances, part of the general activity, improvement drivers, openings, challenges, and examination of the focal parts. An overall perspective has been given to... Read More

Highland Park businesses recover from shooting with small business loans

by on August 1, 2022 0
Highland Park businesses recover from shooting with small business loans Businesses that were affected by last month’s massacre in Highland Park can seek help from the federal Small Business Administration. HIGHLAND PARK, Illinois. – Businesses that were affected by last month’s massacre in Highland Park can seek help from the federal Small Business Administration.... Read More

Reducing the environmental impact of single-use electronic devices

by on August 1, 2022 0
Electronic waste is the name given to electronic products at the end of their “useful life”. Generally, computers, televisions, VCRs, stereos, photocopiers, and fax machines can be refurbished, reused, or recycled in some way, but what does that mean? for single-use electronic devices? Image credit: Empa Single-use electronics are becoming increasingly popular in research-based... Read More