Tag Archives: long term

Imagine an earthly neighbor

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public domain We don’t yet know if the solar-type stars closest to us, the α Centauri A/B binary, harbor an Earth-like planet. However, thanks to new modeling work, we now have a good idea of ​​what such a planet would look like, if it existed, and how it …

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W&M’s Global Research Institute receives $1.9 million to address pressing challenges around the world

Multidisciplinary pole: Students and faculty members attend a barbecue at William & Mary’s Global Research Institute, where academics and policy practitioners collaborate to apply research to real-world problems. Photo courtesy of GRI by Tina Eshleman, University Advancement | March 1, 2022 New support for William & Mary’s Global Research Institute …

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Prenatal exposure to phthalates may affect infant health

Phthalates are endocrine disruptors used in plastics and as food additives. A recent study in Environmental toxicology and chemistry investigated whether prenatal exposure to phthalates in maternal and cord blood affects birth outcomes in infants. The results of the study involving 65 mother-infant pairs suggest that phthalates have potential estrogenic …

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Finalists Named for Montezuma-Cortez Acting Superintendent – ​​The Journal

The Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1 has narrowed its search for an interim superintendent to two finalists. (Photo from newspaper file) Risha VanderWey’s replacement is scheduled for March 1 Harry Tom Burris and Ember Conley were named the two finalists for acting superintendent by the RE-1 School Board of the Montezuma-Cortez …

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WPP’s Theory of Gain Named a Leader in Marketing Measurement

NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Gain Theory, a global foresight consultancy that accelerates the growth of ambitious brands, has been named Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Marketing Measurement and Optimization Solutions, Q1 2022. The Forrester MMO Wave evaluates and benchmarks leading marketing measurement and optimization vendors against …

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Chinese researchers claim to have developed an AI nanny. Discover the truth, Science News

In what may seem like a replay of a Hollywood movie, Chinese researchers have claimed to be developing an artificially-intelligent nanny who can monitor and care for embryos as they grow into fetuses in an environment artificial uterus. Does that mean anything to you? Well, definitely, you must have witnessed …

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Wallingford’s rise in school spending explained

WALLINGFORD — The Board of Education digs deeper into the nearly $110 million school spending proposal for the next fiscal year at its first budget workshop this week. On Wednesday evening, members of the board’s operations committee received an overview of the $109,840,683 budget that school superintendent Danielle Bellizzi presented …

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Klaisner says education system problems could last another two years – The Southland Journal

Advertising Klaisner says education system problems could last another two years (Southland Chicago, IL) – Mark A. Klaisner and other experts saw this coming before the COVID-19 pandemic hit education skies. However, one potential problem has escalated significantly due to the pandemic and had effects that could resonate beyond 2024. …

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Worth Her Salt — Raphaële Clément Wins CAREER Prize for Studying Sodium-Ion Battery Materials | UCSB

Lithium (Li) is the active ingredient in rechargeable batteries that power today’s smartphones, laptops and electric vehicles. However, the scarcity and high price of lithium led researchers to search for another, more abundant element to replace it. Many have turned to sodium (Na), which is lower than lithium on the …

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Weekend recap: Officials and health system respond as COVID-19 cases rise in Wisconsin

This week, the ongoing pandemic seemed to take another grim turn, as hospitals in Wisconsin had more patients with COVID-19 than at any other time during the pandemic. Given the unprecedented demand for health services, public authorities have taken additional measures this week. Gov. Tony Evers has called in the …

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Behind Automation for Officeless Workers, with Maximl CEO Pankaj Pawan

In a survey conducted by Meta’s workplace, 74% of workers without a desk believe that there are barriers to communication at work, especially in teamwork. It is safe to say that this is the new sphere explored by automation, making the workplace better and efficient for workers without an office. …

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Postdoctoral fellow in thermomechanical metal forming and aluminum extrusion job with the NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGIES – NTNU

About the job Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, has a vacant position for a PostDoc position in the field of thermomechanical metal forming and aluminum aluminum extrusion based on increasing post consumer scrap content. The postdoctoral fellow position is a temporary position whose main objective is to qualify for …

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Coca-Cola unveils new platform and brand philosophy in Kenya

NAIROBI, Kenya, October 30 – The Coca-Cola System in Kenya today unveiled the Real Magic brand philosophy and platform that invites everyone to celebrate the true magic of humanity. The Real Magic platform includes a new graphic identity for the Coke brand which includes Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Light / Diet Coke …

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Montezuma-Cortez Superintendent Suggests Getting State Contribution Before Cutting Elementary Curriculum – The Journal

Members of the Montezuma-Cortez Education Council discuss the spirit and wisdom curriculum at the elementary school level. Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1 YouTube Mind and Wisdom Curriculum under review in RE-1 A vote to dissolve the current primary education mind and wisdom curriculum was tabled at the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School District …

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Hansen: The critical debate on racial theory is a distraction from the real issue: making schools places where children can truly be themselves

Get essential education information and commentary delivered straight to your inbox. register here for the daily 74’s newsletter. An children return to school this fall, the world of education is turned upside down by the critical non-problem of racial theory. I say no problem because no school or district teaches …

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How can we produce more food on less land?

Dr Jay Biernaskie is a Daphne Jackson Fellow who works on the use of evolutionary biology for sustainable intensification of agriculture. Cereal crops like wheat will have a particularly important role in future food security, but their global yields have leveled off. With limited farmland, one of the most pressing …

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New hybrid working philosophy launched by Atradius

Wales-headquartered commercial credit insurer Atradius has launched a new hybrid work policy offering staff the option of working from home over the long term. The new way of working will offer Atradius staff the opportunity to spend up to 40% of the time working remotely. The ‘hybrid work philosophy‘ was …

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Pogba: PSG back for Manchester United star Goretzka

Today’s Premier League transfer news includes PSG plotting to offload Paul Pogba’s players, Manchester United trying to get Leon Goretzka away from Bayern Munich and Gareth Bale deciding where he wants to play this season … [ MORE: Transfer news: Arsenal sign Lokonga; Gabriel Jesus to Juventus ] PSG raise …

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The return of inflation? – CGTN

Editor’s Note: Otmar Issing, former chief economist and member of the board of directors of the European Central Bank, is chairman of the Center for Financial Studies at Goethe University in Frankfurt. The article reflects the views of the author and not necessarily those of CGTN. After many years of …

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NM Needs A Better, Stable Way To Fund Public Education ”Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. My entire professional career has been spent teaching linguistically and culturally different students and supporting other educators to provide New Mexico students with the best and fairest education possible. …

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LVR presents annual awards | Las Vegas Review

Las Vegas Realtors presented its annual awards this month to some of its prominent and long-time members. LVR (formerly known as the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors) presented its awards during an in-person event at the Four Seasons on the Las Vegas Strip on June 3, marking its first …

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What are the limits on public borrowing?

June 5, 2021 TIT SCALE of Joe Biden’s plans is hard to overstate. Where the former boss of US President Barack Obama quickly turned to reducing deficits after the ordeal of the global financial crisis, Mr Biden’s first budget, which he unveiled on May 28, will borrow shameless. The plans …

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THE FOOTBALL AND MONEY PHILOSOPHY

European football – or football – is the most popular team sport in the world. Others were far behind. Two reasons for this effect are apparent, namely numbers and simplicity. American football (and rugby), baseball, and cricket can draw as many spectators to stadiums as football, but the rules are …

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Briefcase: May 12, 2021 | Business, finance and technology

KCC Nursing Programs Receive Accreditation Kankakee Community College Both the Associate’s Diploma in Nursing Program and the Licensed Practical Nursing Program received continuing accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Nursing Education at its March 2021 meeting. The next evaluation visit for the two programs is scheduled for fall 2028. KCC’s …

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What does a people-centered philosophy mean for China?

China’s people-centered philosophy is not a superficial slogan, but a principle that has guided the fight against COVID-19 in the country and guided efforts to save every life at all costs. More than 39 million Chinese Communist Party (CCP) members have fought the epidemic on the front lines, and more …

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When COVID travel bans work and don’t

New Delhi: As states impose new lockdowns of varying duration and intensity to stop the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study shows that medium-duration travel bans are counterproductive – they trap migrants in cities that are COVID-19 hotspots long enough to expose them to the virus, which …

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Dr Jared Glover selected as the first ARM Institute Fellow

summary The ARM Institute Fellowship Program supports the Superior Defense Industry Consortium of Artificial Intelligence in Metals and Manufacturing (AIM). Dr Jared Glover selected as the first ARM Institute Fellow May 10, 2021 – The ARM Institute (Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing) is proud to announce that Dr. Jared Glover, CEO …

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David Harold Tribe Postdoctoral Fellowship

[ad_1] Terms and conditions 1. Origins a. Funded by a donation made in 2016 by David Harold Tribe, these scholarships support students who undertake research in symphony, sculpture, poetry, fiction and philosophy. 2. Eligibility a. Applicants must be currently enrolled to study for a Research Masters or PhD within the …

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How to delve into political philosophy

Under the polarized political gaiters that characterize the national conversation, there is a surprising degree of consensus between the left and the right on what is wrong with society. Selfishness, corruption, tribalism and long-term construction failure – these are universally maligned. We can all see the same glitch devices, but …

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What you can do with a philosophy degree

Deep thinkers who are fascinated by abstract concepts such as love, happiness, success, and truth should consider pursuing a philosophy degree. This type of degree is for people who not only have a knack for analyzing arguments and assessing their validity, but also possessing the creativity and insight to raise …

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The Norwegian air test: the big question …

Assuming the Court extends Norwegian Air Examinership for another 50 days, the big billion dollar question remains: Will Norwegian be allowed by the Court to return 36 planes to their owners? This is the biggest question of this review. And that’s probably the most important question to be answered in …

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