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

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

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

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

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A curator with a unique window on history

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

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

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

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

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

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Swinburne welcomes Made in Victoria 2030 manufacturing statement

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

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Architecture Professors Named University of Columbus Design Research Fellows

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

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Steroid abuse led to black fungus

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

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September: antidepressant study | News and Features

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

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

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

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COA chief denies plagiarism allegation

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

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

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

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UAH – News

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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,...

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

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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...

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

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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...

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

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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...

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

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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...

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

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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....

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

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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....

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

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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...

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

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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...

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

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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...

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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 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...

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Indigenous knowledge linked to Arctic research for 75 years in Utqiagvik

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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...

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

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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...

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Summer research program prepares students for future success – UNK News

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Post views: 180 Johanna McClure, a senior at UNK, is one of 10 students who participated in the Summer Student Research Program. Together with Assistant Professor of Psychology Katherine Moen, she studies search patterns to identify the most effective ways to read x-rays. (Photos by Erika Pritchard, UNK Communications) By Tyler...

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National Institute on Drug Abuse Summer Research Internship Program: Building a Diverse National Science Workforce

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Each year, National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Summer Research Internship Program (SRIP) undergraduate students arrive at substance use disorder (SUD) research labs across the United States to foster their careers and learn more about scientific research. They may not realize it, but these interns are helping to build our future national science workforce...

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Research aims to help teachers engage in crucial conversations

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K-12 public school teachers in the United States face significant psychological barriers to discussing issues of race and racism with their students, according to new research led by a social psychologist from the United States. University of Massachusetts. Linda Tropp, professor of psychology and brain sciences, examined how teachers’ implicit racial biases and concerns...

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Gift Wrapping Paper Market 2022 to 2028 Research Analysis and Key Players like JUNG Verpackungen GmbH, PaperPak, Flower City Tissue Mills Co, Innovative Packaging Group

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The Global gift wrapping paper market from 2022 to 2028 research, conducted by, explores the market in depth, focusing on data on a variety of topics, including drivers, restraints, opportunities, threats, and global markets as well as development trends, competitive landscape analysis and the expansion state of the key region. This study is...

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Cultural Paper Market Size, Scope, Growth Opportunities, Trends by Manufacturers and Forecast to 2029 – This Is Ardee

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New Jersey, United States – The Cultural paper market research guides new entrants to obtain accurate market data and communicates with customers to learn about their needs and preferences. He identifies direct business opportunities and helps bring new products to market. It identifies opportunities in the market. It aims to make changes in the...

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Training helps entrepreneurs increase revenue growth by 72%, new study finds

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New research developed by Singapore Management University, INSEAD and HEC Paris shows the positive and tangible impact of training entrepreneurs in growth-enhancing tools Insights from the study could help policymakers shape future initiatives to support entrepreneurs The document is to be published in Strategic management review Singapore, July 18, 2022 – New research from...

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KGMU signs MoU with CBMR for better research in interdisciplinary fields

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The Center for Biomedical Research (CBMR) and King George’s Medical University (KGMU) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for research in various interdisciplinary fields. “The MoU targets research in areas such as biomarker discovery, drug discovery, biomedical devices, data science, clinical biochemistry, neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric disorders,” a statement from Saturday said. CBMR press. The...

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Deformable pump gives soft robots a heart

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The Tin Man had none. The Grinch’s was three sizes too small. And for soft robots, the electronically powered pumps that function as their “heart” are so bulky and rigid that they must be decoupled from the robot’s body – a separation that can waste energy and make robots less efficient. Now, a collaboration...

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Electronic consent in clinical research: overcoming the challenges of protocol amendments

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Electronic informed consent (eConsent) tools are emerging as a valuable solution in the quest for a more patient-centric clinical trial experience. eConsent platforms take the complex paper consent document and turn it into a multimedia, interactive digital experience that translates the protocol into patient-friendly language and appeals to most learning styles to enhance patients’...

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The FASB will do a little more research on hedge accounting, cash flow statement

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The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) added seven projects to its research program and three projects to its technical program after receiving feedback from a multitude of investors and stakeholders. The FASB has published its Consultation report on the 2021 agenda on June 29, which summarizes how these comments have influenced the council’s research...

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Flexible Paper Packaging Market Share Global Research 2022, Development Status, Opportunities, Trends, Future Plans | WestRock Company, Georgia-Pacific LLC, KapStone

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Flexible Paper Packaging Market: A thorough study of the statistics on current and emerging trends sheds light on the dynamics of the Flexible Paper Packaging Market. To understand a resource, the paper uses Porter’s five forces to examine the importance of many qualities such as understanding suppliers and customers, the dangers provided by various...

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Hands-free system could effectively automate treatment and removal of bacteria that cause tooth decay and plaque, research shows – ScienceDaily

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A shapeshifting robotic microswarm could one day double as a toothbrush, a rinse, and a dental floss. The technology, developed by a multidisciplinary team at the University of Pennsylvania, is poised to deliver a new, automated way to perform the mundane but critical daily tasks of brushing and flossing. It is a system that...

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10 years of discovery with the Higgs boson

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July 4, 2022. The ATLAS collaboration at CERN has released its most comprehensive overview of the Higgs boson. The new paper published in the journal Nature, comes exactly ten years after ATLAS announced the discovery of the Higgs boson. To celebrate this anniversary, a special one-day Higgs boson symposium is currently underway at CERN....

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Toilet Paper Market Research Report by Type, Application,

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New York, June 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — announces the release of the report “Toilet Paper Market Research Report by Type, Application, Region – Global Forecast to 2027 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19 - The global toilet paper market size was estimated at USD 24.11 billion in 2021 and is projected to reach...

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Paper Pigments Market Research with Omya, Minerals Technologies (MTI), BASF, Ashapura Group, JM Huber

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“ A2z Market Research Announces Release of Report ‘ paper pigment 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 chemical and materials industry report further includes market gaps,...

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

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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

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“ 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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Comparison of BITO and BTF (, 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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