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Reintegrate together or alone? New study on how the reintegration process can affect the political participation of ex-combatants

by on June 23, 2022 0

In a new PRIO paper, senior Wenche researcher Iren Hauge assesses how ex-combatant reintegration processes affect their political participation. The document is based on case studies from Guatemala, Nepal and Colombia. ​Most peace agreements are formulated with the intention of transforming ex-combatants into socially and politically active people who can work for their political...

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Baby Tissue Paper Market Research with Nice-Pak, Georgia-Pacific, SCA, Vinda, Hengan International Products

by on June 15, 2022 0

“ A2z Market Research Announces Release of Report ‘ baby tissue paper market Research report by Category, Form, Product, Type, End User, Region – Global forecast to 2027. Key drivers of this growth are growing need for market insights and sustainability of key trends. The Consumer Goods industry report further includes market gaps,...

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Industrial Packaging Consumer Industry Research and End User Analysis by 2029

by on June 11, 2022 0

New Jersey, United States,-The research studies presented in this report provide complete and intelligent analysis of the competition, segmentation, dynamics, and geographical development of the Global Industrial Packaging Consumption Market. It takes into account the annual average, value, volume, revenue, production, consumption, sales, manufacturing cost, prices, and other key factors related to the global...

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Exam Table Paper Market Outlook 2022-2028 | In-depth research including historical and forecast statistics by 2028 – ManufactureLink

by on June 3, 2022 0

Detailed Overview of Examination Table Paper Market Insights 2022 This section discusses various aspects of the Examination Table Paper industry, including its size, trends, revenue forecast and its latest update: It caused several changes, this report also covers situation impact current situation of COVID-19. Request sample now The Examination Table Paper market research literature...

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This device can put your brain into a deep sleep

by on May 28, 2022 0

Shijing Zhou, head of the research lab at the Brain Electrophysiology Lab, wears a geodesic-head web-based device that performs high-definition EEG collection. The company is also working on an experimental electrode cap that helps with deep sleep. (Leah Nash for the Washington Post) It uses a pulsed electrical current through the scalp and skull...

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Industrial Engineering Students Recognized with Departmental Awards

by on May 27, 2022 0

The Department of Industrial Engineering recognizes students each spring at the annual Industrial Engineering Student Awards Banquet. This year, the event returned to the pre-pandemic format with faculty, students, staff and alumni gathering in downtown Fayetteville on April 27. The department presented its most prestigious awards and the Arkansas Academy of Industrial Engineering awarded...

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Two-day international Seerat competition ends at SBBWU

by on May 25, 2022 0

PESHAWAR: A total of 52 research papers were presented at the two-day ‘Serah International Conference’, which ended on Tuesday at Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women’s University (SBBWU). The theme of the conference was “Training the Young Generation for Societal Change: Advice from Seerah”. Authors from Turkey, Malaysia, UK and other countries presented their research papers....

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Work on a “universal” vaccine at the Trudeau Institute | News, Sports, Jobs

by on May 23, 2022 0

Trudeau Institute Principal Investigator Bill Reiley has been working on testing coronavirus treatments and vaccines with the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. These treatments are not currently in use, but he said the platform they created could be used against future viruses. (Photo provided) SARANAC LAKE — Bill Reiley, a researcher at the...

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New Study Shows Anti-Paper Greenwashing Works, Driving U.S. Consumers to Switch from Paper to Electronic Bills and Statements

by on May 19, 2022 0

But Two Sides North America’s Anti-Money Laundering Campaign Preserves Millions in Annual Revenue for America’s Paper, Printing and Mail Industry CHICAGO — Anti-paper greenwashing works, unfairly costing the US paper, print and mail industry huge sums in lost revenue every year. But the Two Sides North America (TSNA) Anti-Money Laundering Campaign is successfully eliminating...

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UL leads $14 million research partnership to produce tougher oysters | Education

by on May 15, 2022 0

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is leading a three-year, $14 million research initiative to develop oyster broodstock capable of surviving in low-salinity environments, according to a university statement. Leveraging opportunities and strategic partnerships to advance tolerant oysters for restoration—or LO-SPAT—is designed to help maintain shellfish populations and support the seafood industry. The Department...

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IIT Madras Research Paper Suggests Environmental Regulations for Energy Efficiency

by on May 14, 2022 0

Chennai, May 14 (IANS): Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras have proposed environmental regulations to increase energy efficiency in manufacturing. The suggestion came from research conducted in collaboration with international scientists using the data for 15 years from 2000 to 2015. The study report suggested the need for green domestic...

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Sugar aversion hinders cockroach mating

by on May 12, 2022 0

A new study from North Carolina State University shows the behavioral mechanism behind a sweet cockroach mating ritual that takes a bitter turn, resulting in rejected males. Male German cockroaches (Blattella germanica) give females a “gift” of bodily secretions before mating that combines sugars and fats – think the cockroach version of chocolate –...

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Electronic Paper Display Market Growth 2022: Research by Size, Business Opportunities and Global Forecast to 2028

by on May 9, 2022 0

Electronic Paper Display Market was valued at USD 1,8611.1 Million in 2022 and is projected to reach USD 3,956.7 Million by 2028, registering a CAGR of 15.22% during the forecast period 2022 -2028. This press release was originally issued by SBWire London, United Kingdom — (SBWIRE) — 05/09/2022 — The E-paper screen presents itself...

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Samsung Unveils 6G Spectrum White Paper and 6G Research Findings – Samsung Newsroom UK

by on May 8, 2022 0

The company’s vision and plans to prepare for the next generation communication system Samsung Electronics today released a white paper outlining the company’s vision for securing global frequency bands for 6G, the next-generation communications technology. The document, titled “6G Spectrum: Expanding the Frontier”,1 discusses ways to obtain the spectrum needed to achieve the company’s...

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Copier Paper Market Future Growth and Size, Projection, Analysis of Growing Technology Trends, Industry Research – Instant Interview

by on April 26, 2022 0

An influential study report on the Copy Paper market works as an ideal solution for better understanding of the market and strong business growth. Enormous efforts have been made and nothing has been overlooked in the preparation of this report. It takes into consideration the demands of the public, the skills and the constant...

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Here’s how Inclusive Capital could help materials company Ingevity address its ESG narrative

by on April 16, 2022 0

Azman | E+ | Getty Images Company: Ingevity (NGVT) Business: Ingevity is a leading bio-based materials company that converts waste streams and by-products from the wood, paper and pulp industry into higher value specialty materials. They operate through two segments: (i) Performance Materials, which includes high performance activated carbon and (ii) Performance Chemicals, which...

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Engineering graduate students receive $45,000 in transportation scholarships

by on April 9, 2022 0

LAS CRUCES — Nine New Mexico State University graduate engineering students have received awards totaling $45,000 from the Federal Highway Administration to support their transportation-related research programs. The students received Dwight David Eisenhower transportation scholarships ranging from $10,000 to $2,500. Their skills are essential. A White House fact sheet on the Infrastructure Investment and...

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Paper Coating Materials Market 2022 In-Depth Research with Emerging Growth Trends, Major Key Players Regional Status, Driving Factors, Business Strategies and Industry Size Forecast to 2028 | Coatings Kernow, DuPont, Zigma International

by on April 6, 2022 0

The “paper coating materials marketThe report gives a detailed current market scenario that includes historic and projected market size in terms of value and volume, technological advancements, and macroeconomic and guiding factors of the market. The Paper Coating Materials Market report covers the global and regional market with an in-depth analysis of the overall...

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Hear from Bundles researchers about their work in women’s history, community development, and Harlem | Colombia

by on March 29, 2022 0

What made you want to work at the Harlem Wellness Center? The arts are my first love and I have extensive experience in various disciplines. Over the years, I have developed a deep passion for social justice through my work to address health inequalities. Integrating the arts into my social justice work feels really...

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Policy Analysis of Sociocultural Determinants of Salt, Sugar and Fat Consumption in Iran | BMC Nutrition

by on March 25, 2022 0

Table 2 summarizes the socio-cultural determinants of salt, sugar and fat consumption in Iran, as well as the identified cultural barriers. Table 2 Cultural barriers on the standard consumption of salt, sugar and fat in Iran Inadequate structure of traditional medicine and people’s desire for traditional foods Misinterpretation of traditional medicine and improper structure...

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Top Prosecutor, Short Seller’s Confession, and Columbia Professor Offer Clues to DOJ’s Short Seller Investigation

by on March 23, 2022 0

Last June, a relatively obscure short seller shook up the financial world by settling a defamation lawsuit over his 2018 short sale of Farmland Partners, a real estate investment trust. Such settlements are rare, but in this instance Quinton Mathews, a Dallas-based researcher writing under the pseudonym Rota Fortunae, admitted to making misrepresentations about...

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PhD researcher in materials physics, creating the building blocks for future employment with NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY – NTNU

by on March 22, 2022 0

About the position A doctoral research position in the field of functional materials for the electronics of the future is available. The PhD candidate will be part of our ATRONICS project, which is funded by the European Research Council (ERC), with the aim of enabling the building blocks needed for next-generation atomic-scale electronics. For...

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Best small crypto to buy

by on March 19, 2022 0

In technology, blockchain technology, crypto, and web 3.0 are increasingly taking center stage. From the best small crypto to buy to the hottest new NFTs, the latest Metaverse projects, or the most promising decentralized finance (DeFi) protocols, retail investors and institutions alike are benefiting from lively talk. In this guide, we will attempt...

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People in the News – Week of March 11, 2022

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Mary Carroll ’86chemistry professor Dwane W. Crichton, and Anne AndersonAgnes S. MacDonald Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and co-authors Sri Teja Mangupost-baccalaureate researcher, Zineb Hajjaj ’20 and Margeaux Capron ’22published an article, “Aesthetic Airgel Window Design for Sustainable Buildings”, special issue of the journal Durability. A test of Jordan SmithEnglish teacher Edward E. Hale, Jr.,...

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Rising Tensions in Europe Create Opportunities for Bitcoin

by on March 8, 2022 0

Comparison of BITO and BTF (seekingalpha.com/symbol/BITO/peers/comparison)Thus, investing in bitcoin futures via BITO allows investors to better profit from short-term price movements regardless of long-term direction, and this is helped by the fact that the crypto enjoys international recognition. , making it suitable for everyone anytime and anywhere in the world. Risks and long-term logic...

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DARKTHRONE Celebrates A Blaze In The Northern Sky’s 30th Anniversary With Limited Edition LP

by on March 1, 2022 0

Darkthrone and Peaceville celebrate the 30th anniversary of the iconic A Blaze In The Northern Sky with a strictly limited edition – only 666 copies – special anniversary clear vinyl LP, with special handmade sleeves courtesy of Bartek Rogalewicz of Lodge.Black Temple. The 666 numbered copies will be hand-signed by Fenriz and Nocturno Culto....

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Penn State researchers hope to ‘improve millions of lives’ through biomedical stroke rehabilitation | University Park Campus News

by on February 18, 2022 0

In any given year in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that approximately 795,000 people will experience a stroke. On a smaller scale, every 40 seconds someone has a stroke and every 4 minutes someone dies. A stroke occurs when “the blood supply to part of the brain is...

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Breakthrough brings fusion energy device closer to realization

by on February 16, 2022 0

Physicist Emily Paul and Matt Landreman with numbers behind them. 1 credit Scientists have achieved a remarkable breakthrough in the design of twisted stellarators, experimental magnetic facilities that could replicate on Earth the fusion energy that powers the sun and stars. This breakthrough shows how to more precisely shape the enveloping magnetic fields in...

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Joël Andrianomearisoa puts Madagascar on the art map

by on February 6, 2022 0

“I decided to forget about Madagascar to represent it better”, says artist Joël Andrianomearisoa about the majestic and melancholic installation he created for the 2019 Venice Biennale. I forgot the nightthe work was Madagascar’s first pavilion at the international event and recreated the intoxicating ambience of the country’s capital, Antananarivo, at night, engulfing the...

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Alibaba Stock: Listing 1 Billion Shares Isn’t Dilution (NYSE: BABA)

by on February 5, 2022 0

possibly wrong/iStock Unpublished via Getty Images Alibaba (BABA) has just filed an F-6EF registering an additional 1 billion ADR. Given that BABA’s outstanding shares are approximately 21.9 billion shares (corresponding to 2.71 billion ADRs), one could be excused for thinking that massive dilution was imminent. This is not the case. Instead, there is another...

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A guide to cyberarts: From bots to glitch, an annotated glossary for an age of augmented reality.

by on January 27, 2022 0

“They learn faster that way,” Fifield said. Alexander Reben, “A brown and white dog sitting in the grass holding a Frisbee in its mouth”, an oil painting from the “amalGAN” series. Alexander Reben/Gazelli Art House Reben uses algorithmic models of art breeder, an AI resource and social media site. The AI ​​combines words such...

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Quant Guide 2022: KU Leuven

by on January 26, 2022 0

KU Leuven’s Master of Science in Actuarial Science and Financial Engineering program has grown significantly since it last appeared in the Quant Guide, with 36 full-time students compared to just nine in 2020. The program is overseen by professor of actuarial science and insurance analysis Katrien Antonio, and has a large number of speakers,...

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‘Descendant’ review: Africatown documentary fills historical gaps

by on January 22, 2022 0

Margaret Brown’s powerful film showcases the importance of storytelling in the black community, as well as the tactics white America uses to silence those stories. How should we best remember the dead? The critical African-American story told in Margaret Brown’s imperative film, “Descendant,” an unflinching investigation combining local stories with “Erin Brockovich” flair, seeks...

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Scientists from the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology Develop a Catalyst That Goes Off When Illuminated

by on January 14, 2022 0

GWANGJU, South Korea, January 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — In an effort to develop catalysts that allow better spatio-temporal control of chemical reactions, scientists at the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology have developed a new ““intelligent” catalyst that deactivates under UV illumination. This feat was achieved by strategically combining a well-known ruthenium catalyst with...

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Four with MIT ties honored with 2022 American Mathematical Society Awards | MIT News

by on January 12, 2022 0

Four mathematicians with ties to MIT were recently honored by the American Mathematical Society (AMS). Professors Michel Goemans and Richard Stanley, with Cornell University professor David Williamson PhD ’93, are 2022 AMS Leroy P. Steele Award recipients. Associate Professor Semyon Dyatlov received the first Mikhail Gordin Prize 2022, offered jointly by the AMS and...

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Confront fear in the middle ground

by on January 5, 2022 0

I am in a hospital room on New Years Eve, with windows that face northwest on the snow-capped mountains. Darkness has fallen, but the blur of snowflakes illuminated by the lampposts in the hospital courtyard makes the room otherwise sterile – with the hum of strange machinery, veneer floors, and flat fluorescent light –...

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Roper Corporation invests $ 118 million in expansion and creates 600 jobs for NWGA

by on December 21, 2021 0

Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced that Roper Corporation, a subsidiary of GE Appliances and Walker County’s largest employer, will invest $ 118 million to expand their manufacturing operations, creating an additional 600 jobs in LaFayette. “Roper Corporation has been an integral part of the Walker County community for five decades, so it’s a...

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Insights into the state of matter perhaps the most extreme on Earth

by on December 20, 2021 0

Exotic, laser-produced high energy density (HED) plasmas, similar to those found in stars and nuclear explosions, could provide insight into events in the universe. Physicists at the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have discovered a new way to measure and understand these plasmas, among the most extreme states of...

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Parrott: The POWER of art | Opinion

by on December 17, 2021 0

On December 27, 2016, The Aspen Times ran an op-ed written by SkiCo CEO Mike Kaplan titled “We’re Still Here”. The entire play is succinct and superb, and if I had to choose one line of thesis it would be this: “I believe this election was more about dissatisfaction with the government than about...

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SCOT BELLAVIA: Before I forget

by on December 15, 2021 0

I have a website that I have linked all of my articles to for Roanoke Star as well as others that I have written. The site is my writing portfolio. It was created through Wix, a user-friendly website builder. I am using the free version so the url contains an immutable tribute to the...

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Sources: MediaMath is exploring a sale, Magnite and PE are among the potential buyers

by on December 14, 2021 0

MediaMath is in talks with several parties about a potential exit with a number of results in the offing, including Magnite or a private equity group that will become the eventual acquirer of one of ad tech’s most established names, according to sources. MediaMath, a private buying company, and Magnite, a Nasdaq-listed company, initially...

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PhD Candidates attending the GSA Research Day

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On November 30, guest speakers, faculty judges, and student researchers gathered in the Campus Center ballroom and gallery for the Graduate Student Association’s annual Research Day. Held annually since 2004 (except 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions), the event has featured presentations from 38 PhDs. applicants and a master’s student. The day began with greetings...

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Weekender: 3Ps delves into the harsh realities of teenage life in “Dry Land”

by on December 9, 2021 0

Content Disclaimer: This article deals with abortion and trauma, and mentions sexual harassment. For Amy high school swimmers and Ester, the poolside is anything but dry land. This weekend, the student theater group Pen, Paint and Bretzels (3Ps) will carry out its realization of Ruby Rae Spiegel’s award-winning one-act play “Dry Land” (2015) in...

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Back to the roots | News, Sports, Jobs

by on December 4, 2021 0

Courtesy Photo Sarah Everett searches for typewriters at antique stores, flea markets, yard sales and online marketplaces. The quote from Stephen King, “Sooner or later, everything that is old becomes new again” appears to apply to typewriters as well, which are currently enjoying a renaissance among collectors of all ages. Sarah Everett, 25, a...

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Craig Bernecker, professor of lighting design, wins Lifetime Achievement Award

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The award recognizes Bernecker’s decades of career in the lighting industry as a leading educator, researcher and practitioner. December 2, 2021 Craig Bernecker, professor of lighting design, wins Lifetime Achievement Award As a leading expert in all things lighting, Craig Bernecker, professor of lighting design at Parsons, has been a researcher, educator, practitioner and...

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The welfarist academician

by on November 27, 2021 0

The 2015 Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to Angus Deaton, then at Princeton University, New Jersey, USA “For his analysis of consumption, poverty and well-being”. Deaton completed his undergraduate studies in economics in 1967, his master’s degree in economics in 1971, and his doctorate in 1975, all at the University of Cambridge. His...

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Crypto startups take over: MoonPay and HUH Token

by on November 25, 2021 0

Posted on Thursday, November 25, 2021 at 11:47 a.m. Join AFP’s 100,000+ followers on Facebook Buy an AFP subscription Subscribe to AFP podcasts on iTunes and Spotify News, press releases, letters to the editor: [email protected] Advertising requests: [email protected] (© Myst – stock.adobe.com) This year, cryptocurrency startups have raised record amounts of money. Several large...

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Senior Emory Ahmed Aljohani Receives Prestigious Rhodes Scholarship | Emory University

by on November 21, 2021 0

Ahmed Aljohani, senior at Emory University, received the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship 2022, which covers all expenses for two or three years of study at the University of Oxford in England. Aljohani, a biology graduate from Emory College of Arts and Sciences and originally from Saudi Arabia, is part of an international group of Rhodes...

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Two cheers for the French dispatch

by on November 7, 2021 0

In a recent post on the new Marvel movie Eternals, NPR critic Glen Weldon is looking to find some silver lining in the release of yet another superhero monstrosity. Recognizing that the genre as a whole has at this point become a sort of cultural white noise, he nonetheless discovers a sonic murmur amid...

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“Fanatic” Documentary Tells What Happens When Your Favorite K-Pop Star Breaks Up

by on November 6, 2021 0

While attending the 26th Busan International Film Festival remotely last month, I saw a documentary called “Fanatic”. He tries to understand the attachment of some Koreans to their idols, whether they are pop stars or actors. Much has been written about the cultural and economic aspects of pop fandom. What makes “Fanatic” both different...

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Conservatives give Ron DeSantis the Trump treatment

by on October 29, 2021 0

Ron DeSantis is the patron saint of a segment of the conservative establishment that has made peace with Donald Trump by pretending he doesn’t exist. DeSantis has followed his strategy of ignoring Trump’s lies and authoritarianism while cultivating his supporters with more refined attacks on their common enemies. Ironically, however, DeSantis has gone far...

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RTL today – Missing sources: Xavier Bettel

by on October 27, 2021 0

Today, Luxembourg has its own plagiarism scandal: journalists and researchers accuse the Prime Minister of plagiarism in his graduation thesis at the University of Nancy. The accusations come from an exclusive Reporter.lu report, claiming that Xavier Bettel did not cite the correct sources in his article. According to the online magazine’s research, the Prime...

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Our society is in turmoil. Beware of Those Who Blame Big Tech | Nesrine Malik

by on October 24, 2021 0

EWhenever a dramatic and unforeseen political event occurs, it follows a left-field fixation that some uncontrollable technology created it. Whenever this fear of big tech shows up, we are told that something new, even more toxic, has infiltrated our public discourse, sparking hatred towards politicians and public figures, conspiracy theories on Covid. and even...

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How Did Thesis Writing Services Promote Online Learning?

by on October 23, 2021 0

(ProNewsReport Editorial): – London, UK, October 23, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Thesis writing is an essential part of undergraduates. A student must submit their thesis work to graduate. Since the COVID-19 epidemic, educational activities have stopped. This is the time when the government decided to switch to distance learning. Due to lockdown restrictions, all public...

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Biden’s new head of public lands faced with bridge building after Confirmation battle

by on October 22, 2021 0

Before inspiring partisan theater in the U.S. Senate as a candidate for the Bureau of Land Management, Tracy Stone-Manning built a reputation in Montana – her home for over 30 years – as a consensus builder. Stone-Manning has distinguished himself as an expert in bridging the gaps between environmentalists and loggers, miners and recreational...

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Lowy Institute Conversations: Fan Yang and Fergus Ryan on Chinese Media in Australia

by on October 21, 2021 0

In this episode of Lowy Institute Conversations, researcher Jennifer Hsu chats with Fan Yang and Fergus Ryan about Fan’s recent article for the Lowy Institute, titled “Translating Tensions: Chinese-Language Media in Australia”. The article is one of the first to provide an overview of content published by Chinese-language media organizations in Australia regarding Australia-China...

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D. Jeremy DeMar joins the NGA 911 team

by on October 19, 2021 0

Posted: October 19, 2021 at 1:46 PM EDT|Update: 1 hour ago BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., October 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – NGA 911, LLC, a leading provider of Next Generation Basic Services (NGCS) and Advanced 911 Call Management, announced on Monday the appointment of D. Jeremy DeMar, MA, CPE, ENP as Director of Engagement...

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