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

by on November 18, 2022 0

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

by on November 1, 2022 0

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

by on October 30, 2022 0

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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University rises in higher education ranking – Newsroom

by on October 27, 2022 0

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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IIM Jammu Faculty Members Awarded for Best Research Paper in Economics

by on October 22, 2022 0

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

by on October 17, 2022 0

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

by on October 14, 2022 0

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

by on October 5, 2022 0

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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Das Capital – Free Washington Beacon

by on October 2, 2022 0

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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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....

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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...

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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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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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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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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)...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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by on July 31, 2022 0

SAN DIEGO, July 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Alzheimer’s Association® will award seven prizes to Alzheimer’s Association International Conference® (AAIC®) 2022, recognizing researchers for their varied expertise, outstanding achievements, and groundbreaking contributions to the field of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia science. “Our understanding of dementia science today owes much to these seven researchers and...

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For the record, July 22, 2022

by on July 22, 2022 0

For the Record provides information about recent professional activities and honors for University of Delaware faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Recent presentations, publications and accolades include the following: Presentations Sheng Luassociate professor and director of graduate studies in the Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies, presented his research to the United States Fashion Industry...

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Paper packaging materials market to reach $553.1 billion by 2031: TMR study

by on July 15, 2022 0

Growing demand for sustainable packaging across multiple end-use industries to generate significant revenue in the paper packaging materials market; use in food and beverage packaging applications to direct abundant lucrative opportunities Application of corrugated boxes in retail packaging to drive revenue growth; opportunities in Asia Pacific rise at a promising pace WILMINGTON, Del., July...

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Home sweet home base | ASU News

by on July 12, 2022 0

July 12, 2022 ASU business professor says remote employees value their freedom but still need a support network, friends and a sense of identity Nearly a quarter of all Americans work from home or have flexible hours that allow them to work remotely, according to a 2021 State of Remote Work Survey. This is...

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Book Review: A Handbook for Wellbeing Policy-Making by Paul Frijters and Christian Krekel

by on July 11, 2022 0

In A handbook for developing welfare policies, Paul Frijter and Christian Krekel propose a new guide to well-being-oriented public policies, focusing on the proposal to replace GDP with well-being as the key indicator to assess societal progress. With the book thoroughly exploring the theoretical and methodological assumptions and implications of the wellness approach, Paulo...

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Determinants of health among people who use illicit drugs in conflict-affected countries such as Afghanistan, Colombia and Myanmar: a systematic review of epidemiological evidence – Afghanistan

by on July 8, 2022 0

Attachments Sally O’Brien, Marguerite Marin Jaramillo, Bayard-Roberts & Lucy Platt Conflict and health volume 16, Article number: 39 (2022) | Quote this article 1 Altmetric | Metric Summary Background Afghanistan, Colombia and Myanmar are the world’s leading producers of heroin and cocaine and have also experienced long periods of armed conflict. The link between...

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Collectively Comprehensive Study of the Food Contact Specialty Paper Market 2022 Stora Enso, Smurfit Kappa, Westrock – Designer Women

by on June 30, 2022 0

Specialty paper for food contact market The Specialty paper for food contact market The research provides comprehensive research on the current stage of the market, covers market size with respect to valuation as sales volume, and provides an accurate forecast of the market scenario over the estimated period. Also focuses on the product, application,...

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Filtration Paper Market Outlook 2022 and Growth by Top Key Players – Thermo Fisher Scientific, GE Healthcare, Sartorius AG, Ahlstrom

by on June 25, 2022 0

filter paper market A study by “Verified Market Reports” provides details on market dynamics affecting the Filtration Paper market, market scope, market segmentation, and overlays on major market players, highlighting the favorable competitive landscape and trends prevailing over the years. This Filtration Paper Market report provides details about recent new developments, trade regulations, import-export...

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Folding Carton Market Share, Dynamics, Research Outlook, Size Estimate, Trends to 2032

by on June 20, 2022 0

Global folding boxes Market Size, Growth Trends, Share, Regional Forecast to 2032 | Global industry forecast till 2032. The report provides comprehensive insights on the Global Folding Carton Market and the impact of Covid-19 on the global industries. insightSLICE has recently published a Folding Carton Market Research Report which is based on intensive...

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Dissolving Pulp Market Research Overview with Upcoming Trends, Size, Share, Segmentation, Business Opportunities and Forecast to 2028 | Sappi Limited, Rayonier Inc, Nippon Paper Industries Co.

by on June 10, 2022 0

This full report on dissolving pulp market provides real information about global and regional market statistics and status. Its field of study extends from the market situation to comparative pricing between key players, spending in specific market areas and profit. It represents a comprehensive and succinct analysis report of major competitors and price statistics...

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GCC Paper Bag Market Industry Size, Statistics, Share, Growth Rate, Regional Analysis by Key Players

by on June 3, 2022 0

Market analysis and overview of GCC Paper Bag Market Paper bags are eco-friendly, renewable, recyclable and biodegradable and aim to achieve sustainable environmental goals. Data Bridge Market Research analyzes that the paper bag market will grow at a CAGR of 4.00% during the forecast period from 2022 to 2029. This GCC Paper Bag Market...

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Environmental factor – June 2022: GuLF study describes inhalation and dermal exposures for all hydrocarbon cleaning stations

by on June 1, 2022 0

In a just-published monograph, researchers from the NIEHS Gulf Long-term Follow-up (GuLF) study describe the extraordinary work that has gone into developing inhalation and dermal exposure estimates for people involved in oil spill response and cleanup after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill. the Gulf of Mexico. The GuLF study follows these workers over...

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Attackers can use electromagnetic signals to control touchscreens remotely

by on May 27, 2022 0

The researchers demonstrated what they call the “first active non-contact attack against capacitive touchscreens.” Ghost Touchas it is called, “uses electromagnetic interference (EMI) to inject false touch points into a touchscreen without the need to physically touch it”, a group of academics from Zhejiang University and the University Darmstadt technology said in a new...

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Paper Dyes Market Size, Growth 2022 Global Company Industry Revenue, Demand and Applications, Research Report to 2027

by on May 25, 2022 0

The global Paper Dyes Market was valued at USD 789.42 Million in 2020 and will grow with a CAGR of 1.66% from 2020 to 2027, based on a recently published report. The Global Paper Dyestuffs Market report emphasizes detailed understanding of some decisive factors such as size, share, sales, forecast trends, supply, production, demands,...

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CBSE class 10 German, moderate French question papers; students, expert reactions and 10th corrected German, French

by on May 21, 2022 0

CBSE 10th German and French Exams 2022 for Semester 2 | Review of the article, reactions, correction Photo: iStock Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE Class 10 German, French Term 2 Exams 2022 passed today, May 21, 2022. Apart from other languages, these two exams were also helpful. Early reactions to the German and...

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How decades of racism shaped Buffalo

by on May 19, 2022 0

Henry-Louis Taylor Jr., Ph.D., director of the UB Center for Urban Studies, is the lead author of a 2021 report on inequality in Buffalo, focusing on conditions affecting black residents. (Credit: Douglas Levere) Thu 19 May 2022 15:00 A racist mass shooting that claimed the lives of 10 people on Saturday occurred in a...

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Secret British ‘Black Propaganda’ Campaign Targeted Cold War Enemies | Cold War

by on May 14, 2022 0

The British government has waged a secret “black propaganda” campaign for decades, targeting Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia with leaflets and reports from fake sources aimed at destabilizing enemies of the Cold War by fostering racial tensions, sowing chaos, inciting violence and bolstering anti-Communist ideas, newly declassified documents have revealed. The...

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Tether cuts commercial paper holdings, says majority of exposure in Treasuries -CTO

by on May 12, 2022 0

The smartphone with the Tether logo is placed over US dollars displayed in this illustration taken May 12, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON/NEW YORK, May 12 (Reuters) – Tether, the third-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, said the majority of its reserves were in U.S. Treasuries after...

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British scientist claims US anti-abortion lawyers misused his work to attack Roe v Wade | Roe vs. Wade

by on May 8, 2022 0

A University College London scientist has accused lawyers in the US of abusing his groundbreaking brain work to justify the rollback of Roe v Wade, the landmark decision that legalized abortion nationwide national in America. Giandomenico Iannetti said his research, which used imagery to understand the adult brain’s response to pain, had been misinterpreted...

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How do mortgage rate resets affect consumer spending and debt repayment? Canadian Consumer Testimonials

by on May 6, 2022 0

Research Department Working Papers No. 2206 Katya Kartashova and Xiaoqing Zhou Abstract: One of the most important channels through which monetary policy affects the real economy is the evolution of mortgage rates. This article investigates the effects of changes in mortgage rates resulting from changes in monetary policy on homeowner spending, debt repayment, and...

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Researchers fear what a Musk acquisition could mean for Twitter’s search data – TechCrunch

by on May 1, 2022 0

Much has been writes about Elon Musk’s bid to acquire Twitter, an effort that, despite substantial backing from Morgan Stanley and Twitter’s board approval, holds firm uncertain footing at present. Reports and pundits have focused on the security implications of the proposed acquisition, as well as Musk’s potential approaches to content moderation and, on...

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Falkland Islands Seabird Paper Co-Authors, Ecological Society of America First Prize Winners — MercoPress

by on April 23, 2022 0

Co-authors of a paper on seabirds in the Falkland Islands, winners of the first prize of the Ecological Society of America Saturday April 23, 2022 – 10:30 UTC The researchers presented “a new millennial perspective on the emergence of the distinctive coastal tussac grasslands of the Falkland Islands” A study of seabirds...

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UAE publishes 613 research papers in Q1 2022

by on April 21, 2022 0

Al Ain: The United Arab Emirates University published 613 research articles in the first quarter of 2022, according to Scopus databases from January to March 2022, including 101 research publications related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. It supports one of the most important goals of UAE locally and globally, which is to...

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Green paper: What the industry wants

by on April 8, 2022 0

Bubbles, illustration. Themes emerge in submissions to consultation on changes to New Zealand’s research system When New Zealand’s Minister for Research, Science and Innovation, Megan Woods, opened the door to a comprehensive reform of the country’s research funding systems, she may not have realized what the sector had to say. Woods’ 80-page “green paper“,...

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MSU welcomes high school students eager to feed the world

by on April 1, 2022 0

Twenty high school students participated Friday in the World Food Prize Mississippi Youth Institute at Mississippi State University. Pictured, front row from left, is Caroline Kobia, assistant professor in MSU’s School of Humanities; high school student Haley Shaw, Clear Moore, director of academic affairs, Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science; high school...

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EOS Network Foundation Unveils ‘Blue Papers’ Research: Why Does It Matter?

by on March 30, 2022 0

Vladislav Sopov EOS Network Foundation, a new entity trusted by EOS holders, launches a comprehensive transformation of the EOS.IO codebase Contents EOS Network Foundation publishes four Blue Papers: what does it mean? ENF signs a partnership with Object Computing, Inc. EOS Network Foundation, a global organization focused on driving utility and accelerating adoption of...

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Ultra-Fine Glass Fiber Paper Market Size, Share and Growth 2022 to 2028

by on March 25, 2022 0

Get a sample report Buy the full report The Global ultra-fine fiberglass paper market Size and analysis covered in DecisionDatabases.com latest report titled “Global Ultra-Fine Glass Fiber Paper Market 2022 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2028” provides comprehensive understanding of the market . The systematic and insightful flow of information divided...

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Cryptocurrencies and decentralized finance (DeFi)

by on March 24, 2022 0

The rapidly growing decentralized finance (DeFi) system – the collection of financial applications based on blockchain technology – holds promise for a new financial architecture that can eliminate the need for traditional intermediaries (such as banks, brokers and stock exchanges) and reduce rents (excess profits) in the financial sector. But it also creates formidable...

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Latest Research Report on Global Ceramic Coated Battery Separator Market, Forecast 2029

by on March 22, 2022 0

Global market research examines the performance of Ceramic Coated Battery Separator Market 2022. It contains an in-depth analysis of the Ceramic Coated Battery Separators market status and competitive landscape globally. Global Ceramic Coated Battery Separators Market can be obtained through market details such as growth drivers, latest developments, Ceramic Coated Battery Separators market business...

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Researchers in condition to have read IIT-Kanpur article on fourth wave ‘with caution’

by on March 19, 2022 0

They are skeptical because the predictions are only based on statistical models They are skeptical because the predictions are only based on statistical models While a study by IIT-Kanpur predicted a fourth wave of COVID-19 in the country from June to October, three Karnataka experts that the state’s Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) consulted on...

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Research tackles invasive floodplain plants

by on March 16, 2022 0

EAST ATLON – New research from terrestrial ecologist Lyle Guyon is a game-changer for the control and management of Japanese hops in the Great Floodplains. Guyon, who holds a doctorate in natural resources and environmental science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is a senior fellow at the Center for Great Rivers Research...

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Filter Paper Market Size, Scope, Growth, Competitive Analysis – Thermo Fisher Scientific, GE Healthcare, Sartorius AG, Ahlstrom – The Saber

by on March 15, 2022 0

New Jersey, United States,- the filter paper market is carefully analyzed in the report with a focus on market dynamics including key issues and challenges, drivers, trends, and opportunities. The report includes an in-depth analysis of key market players to understand the utilization of the major strategies adopted in the Filter Paper market. It...

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Are delistings of Chinese stocks underway?

by on March 11, 2022 0

A long-running dispute between the United States and China over auditing and compliance standards is escalating and could see some Chinese companies delisted from U.S. stock exchanges. Thursday, the Securities and Exchange Commission warned of potential delisting of five companies who are in the middle of the dispute: the operator of the fast food...

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Bank of Japan: (Research Paper) A Positive Outcome of COVID-19? The effects of homework on gender attitudes and household production

by on March 10, 2022 0

March 10, 2022Hiromi Hara*1Daiji Kawaguchi*2 Abstract One of the biggest changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic has been the work from home (WfH) movement. However, as countries now prepare to move beyond the pandemic, the longevity of WfH remains uncertain, as it not only involves business operations but also households. Another question is...

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