Monthly Archives: September 2022

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

by on September 30, 2022 0
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... Read More

Cabinet nod to the construction of highways, bus terminals

by on September 30, 2022 0
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... Read More

September: antidepressant study | News and Features

by on September 29, 2022 0
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... Read More

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

by on September 28, 2022 0
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... Read More

Neonatal sepsis: the new threat from superbugs

by on September 28, 2022 0
“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.... Read More

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

by on September 27, 2022 0
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... Read More

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... Read More

COA chief denies plagiarism allegation

by on September 24, 2022 0
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... Read More

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

by on September 24, 2022 0
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... Read More

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

by on September 23, 2022 0
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... Read More

The ‘Papermill alarm’ software signals potentially false papers

by on September 23, 2022 0
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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

Download CBSE Class 10, 12 Sample Board Papers from

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 – Get the direct link here Examples of CBSE 2022-23 documents Examples of CBSE 2022-23 documents (available): Students who will... Read More

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

by on September 19, 2022 0
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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

‘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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

Success rate drops in 2022 CSTC

by on September 16, 2022 0
The overall Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) pass rate for the May/June 2022 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) has dropped by 16.93% compared to 2021. The Ministry of Education, in a statement issued on September 15, said preliminary results indicate a pass rate of 66.55%. In 2021, the success rate was 83.48%. The... Read More

GOP probes academic group after it defends professor who blamed Rushdie’s attack on Israel

by on September 15, 2022 0
Republican foreign policy leaders in Congress accuse one of the country’s most prominent Middle Eastern academic groups of promoting anti-Semitism after the organization defended a university professor who accused Israel’s Mossad of organizing the recent attack on author Salman Rushdie. Three Republican lawmakers have written a letter to the Middle East Studies Association (MESA)... Read More

UAH – News

by on September 15, 2022 0
Kelly Campo is a junior majoring in industrial and systems engineering and Thomas Teper is a junior majoring in aerospace engineering. UAH Two undergraduate researchers from the University of Alabama at Huntsville (UAH) presented their research on the value of model-based systems engineering (MBSE) virtually to members of the United States Congress in Washington,... Read More

Attorney General Josh Stein: Explaining recent changes to student loan debt – Salisbury Post

by on September 15, 2022 0
Attorney General Josh Stein: Explaining recent changes to student loan debt Posted at 12:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 15, 2022 By Josh SteinNorth Carolina Attorney General When people take out student loans, they’re investing in their future — and their success makes all of our communities stronger. That’s why I work hard to protect... Read More

Central bank security an uncomfortable unknown as cyberattacks surge

by on September 14, 2022 0
YARMOUTH, Ma — As data breaches become a daily occurrence across all connected industries, experts are nervously turning to central bank financial institutions for the potential damage to international finance. On September 14, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) released a working paper entitled “Cyber ​​risk in central banking” which examines the preparedness and... Read More

A global dataset of the microbial community in ticks from a metagenome study

by on September 10, 2022 0
Data gathering The study was conducted in accordance with the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) statement.20. To achieve a comprehensive review of the published literature on microbiome diversity by NGS in field-collected ticks, a literature search was conducted on Chinese and English databases using a set of terms and Boolean... Read More

Illinois EPA offering loans for water infrastructure

by on September 10, 2022 0
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WCIA) – Illinois has announced plans to help local communities invest in updating their water infrastructure. The Illinois EPA is providing more than a quarter billion dollars in loans to local governments for stormwater, wastewater, and drinking water improvements for the last quarter of fiscal year 2022. 48 municipalities and health districts... Read More

Draft EU rules target smart devices with cybersecurity risks

by on September 9, 2022 0
According to a European Commission document seen by Reuters on Thursday, internet-connected smart devices such as fridges and televisions will have to comply with the European Union’s strict cybersecurity rules or face a fine. or banned from the block. Concerns about cybersecurity attacks have grown in recent years following high-profile incidents of hackers damaging... Read More

Dining across the divide: ‘On paper, we’re as far apart politically as it gets’ | life and style

by on September 8, 2022 0
Ailsa, 44, Newcastle Occupation Former researcher, now trainee physiotherapist Voting register Ailsa was the president of the conservative party at her university. She says she has become more left-wing, but still describes herself as a small-c conservative. In the last general election, she messed up her ballot Amuse bouche Ailsa has moved 27 times... Read More

Elon University / Today in Elon / Hwayeon Ryu publishes an article in Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience

by on September 7, 2022 0
Hwayeon Ryu, assistant professor of mathematics, published an article in Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience on the study of synchronization and clustering patterns in two-dimensional inhibitory neural networks. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Hwayeon Ryu has published a peer-reviewed paper titled “Synchronization Patterns in 2D Inhibitory Neural Networks” in Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. This work is... Read More

Swoop Funding Chooses ForwardAI Technology to Improve Loan Underwriting by Leveraging Reliable, Easy-to-Access Accounting Data

by on September 7, 2022 0
Partnership highlights the value of lending APIs for accessing real-time and forward-looking accounting data, improving access to loans for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) NEW YORK, NY/ACCESSWIRE/September 7, 2022/ ForwardAI, a fintech providing aggregated access to accounting and business data and analytics, today announced its partnership with Swoop Funding, the one-stop-shop for businesses in... Read More

“Painting My Pain”: Using Pain Drawings to Assess Multisite Pain in Women with Primary Dysmenorrhea | BMC Women’s Health

by on September 7, 2022 0
The results of the present study showed that women have a multisite pain pattern related to PD. The pain sketch is a reliable and valid tool for assessing PD-related pain, with a moderate correlation with the NRS. Excellent ICC values ​​were observed for all reliabilities (test-retest, intra- and inter-rater). Although the ICC values ​​were... Read More

A new tiny YOLOv3 algorithm optimized for identifying objects in the lawn environment

by on September 6, 2022 0
Database The lawn environment object dataset was created to train the algorithm. The original static obstacles in the lawn environment mainly include trunks and spherical trees, while the dynamic obstacles mainly include people. There is no publicly available dataset that meets the requirements of this article. Therefore, to verify the optimized algorithm network, it... Read More

Neo-Nazi group Action Zealandia ‘unfit, undisciplined’, says undercover researcher

by on September 5, 2022 0
A researcher who infiltrated New Zealand’s largest neo-Nazi group, Action Zealandia, says its members are unfit, unruly and reluctant to commit acts of violence after coming to public attention. The inside look at the secretive fascist organization, whose members have previously been arrested after making violent threats and on charges of espionage, revealed that... Read More

Elon University / Today in Elon / Jenny Jiang’s New Research Examines Second-Screen Viewing Behaviors

by on September 5, 2022 0
The assistant professor of communication design co-published an article titled “Investigating Types of Second Screeners and Their Social Media Behaviors” in the Journal of Communication Technology. Jenny Jiang, assistant professor of communication design, and three collaborators have co-authored a new research paper, titled “Survey of Second Reviewer Types and Their Social Media Behaviorsin the... Read More

The witness does not know if the letter of support from 1MDB for a loan of RM1bil was presented to Parliament

by on September 5, 2022 0
KUALA LUMPUR: A witness told the High Court here on Monday (September 5) that she was unsure whether the process involving the issuance of a Letter of Support (LOS) for the RM1bil loan application submitted by 1Malaysia Development Berhad ( 1MDB) to the Ministry of Finance The Ministry was elevated to Parliament. Former Deputy... Read More

Security Paper Market Size, Share, Major Vendors, Industry

by on September 5, 2022 0
security paper market New Jersey, United States – “Security Paper Market” research report provides significant value on the state of the industry. This report provides detailed information on the industry base, productivity, strengths, manufacturers and recent trends that help companies to expand their business and drive economic growth. The report endeavors to maintain a... Read More

Trans and gender-diverse people experience intense sexual violence and assault in the state prison system

by on September 4, 2022 0
The newspaper says many participants reported instances of harassment and abuse perpetrated by both prisoners and prison staff. One participant said their client was offered the “prize” of a prisoner pool tournament and was raped. Hopkins Correctional Facility, a men’s prison in Ararat.Credit:Justin McManus Mitchell said trans people said they were treated as deserving... Read More

Jacob Rees-Mogg Asks Starling Bank About Rebounding Loan Recovery

by on September 3, 2022 0
Britain’s Brexit Opportunities Minister Jacob Rees-Mogg has written to Starling Bank asking how it plans to recover loans that may have been fraudulently claimed by businesses under the government’s bounce-back loan scheme. Banks issued these loans, which are 100% taxpayer guaranteed, with minimal customer checks to provide emergency support to struggling businesses during the... Read More

Kenney Defends Alberta Lieutenant Governor, Attacks ‘Cockamamie’ Sovereignty Bill

by on September 2, 2022 0
Lawyers and politicians, including Kenney and government leader Jason Nixon, strongly criticized the plan and questioned whether it would even pass the legislature. Lieutenant Governor Salma Lakhani, when asked by reporters on Thursday whether she would accept Smith’s proposal, said she would not prejudge it, but had a duty to ensure that any bills... Read More

Sullivan Receives NIMH Grant for New Generational Study of Serious Mental Illness

by on September 2, 2022 0
Patrick Sullivan, MD, received a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health for sequencing and trans-diagnostic phenotyping of serious mental illnesses in diverse populations. Patrick Sullivan, MD, FRANZCP Yeargen Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry and Genetics Patrick Sullivan, MD, received a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health for the sequencing and trans-diagnostic... Read More

Forget chess, DeepMind is training its new AI to play football

by on September 1, 2022 0
Researchers at DeepMind, the artificial intelligence laboratory of the British juggernaut, have abandoned the noble games of chess and Go for a more plebeian pleasure: football. Google’s sister company yesterday published a research paper and accompanying blog post detailing its new Neural Probabilistic Motor Primitives (NPMPs) – a method by which artificial intelligence agents... Read More

M2E Too!: The Nihilistic Guidelines for Bronchiolitis AAP : Emergency Medicine News

by on September 1, 2022 0
Figure: American Academy of Pediatrics, bronchiolitis, pediatrics Figure Not only has the COVID-19 pandemic killed millions of people, it has also caused disruption in every conceivable aspect of our lives. One of them is the seasonality of other illnesses like influenza and respiratory syncytial virus infection. RSV infection is typically a winter illness, but... Read More