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Lifetime achievement award for Pune NIV scientist Professor Atanu Basu

Indian Express | 2023-01-27, 06:40

Professor Atanu Basu, scientist at the Indian Council of Medical Research \u2013 National Institute of Virology (ICMR-NIV), Pune, has been selected for the lifetime achievement award for his outstanding contributions in the field of electron microscopy in

How Google's long period of online dominance could end

no EC Dothan Eagle | 2023-01-26, 17:56

For the better part of 15 years, Google has seemed like an unstoppable force, powered by the strength of its online search engine and digital advertising business. But both now look increasingly vulnerable. This week, the Justice Department accused Google of

Innovations in 3D printing create medical breakthroughs

no EC Columbia Missourian | 2023-01-26, 13:03

Today, 3D printing can make objects that save and improve lives — prosthetic limbs for humans and animals; spacers for human spines; ventilators for COVID-19 patients; and skin for burn victims. “I have two 3D printers in my house right now running and

Asian shares mixed on hopes for avoiding recession

no EC Billings Gazette | 2023-01-26, 05:55

By JOE McDONALD - AP Business Writer BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets were mixed Thursday amid hopes Western economies can avoid a recession despite higher interest rates to cool inflation. Hong Kong and Seoul advanced. Tokyo declined. Markets in China,

Wall Street ends mixed after erasing a big morning loss

no EC Billings Gazette | 2023-01-25, 22:47

By STAN CHOE - AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Another roller-coaster day left Wall Street essentially where it began on Wednesday, after stocks veered on worries about how badly a slowing economy will hit corporate profits. The S&P 500 finished

Stocks erase big losses driven by profit fears, end flat

no EC Billings Gazette | 2023-01-25, 22:01

By STAN CHOE - AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks shook off an early slide and wound up little changed as worries about corporate profits weighed on the market. The S&P 500 ended barely lower and the Dow ended barely higher. The Nasdaq fell 0.2%.

Wall Street wobbles amid worries about corporate profits

no EC Billings Gazette | 2023-01-25, 21:31

By STAN CHOE - AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street is wobbling Wednesday on worries about corporate profits following a mixed set of earnings reports and forecasts from Microsoft and others. The S&P 500 was 0.1% lower in afternoon trading, but

Wall Street weakens on worries about corporate profits

no EC Billings Gazette | 2023-01-25, 18:44

By STAN CHOE - AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street is weakening Wednesday on worries about corporate profits following a mixed set of earnings reports and forecasts from Microsoft and others. The S&P 500 was 0.9% lower in midday trading after

Wall Street tumbles on worries about corporate profits

no EC Billings Gazette | 2023-01-25, 16:31

By STAN CHOE - AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street is tumbling Wednesday on worries about how badly corporate profits will get hit by a slowing economy following a mixed set of earnings reports and forecasts from Microsoft and others. The S&P

What is Hindenburg Research, the company that has accused the Adani Group of stock manipulation and fraud?

Indian Express | 2023-01-25, 13:10

Days ahead of a $2.5 billion share offering by Adani Enterprises, stocks of Adani Group companies fell sharply on Wednesday after investment research firm Hindenburg Research published a report that it said presented evidence that the conglomerate had

Intel Chairman Omar Ishrak steps down

Reuters | 2023-01-24, 02:09

Jan 23 (Reuters) - Intel Corp (INTC.O) said on Monday Chairman Omar Ishrak had stepped down and the chipmaker appointed board director Frank Yeary as his replacement. "He (Ishrak) was instrumental in bringing me back to the company as CEO and has fostered

UPSC Essentials | Key terms of the past week with MCQs

Indian Express | 2023-01-23, 12:25

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What is the best way to have flax seeds safely and in which form?

Indian Express | 2023-01-23, 04:00

Written by Deepti Khatuja While flax seeds are a known superfood, with multiple health benefits, many wonder about their recommended daily usage and how best to have them. As a nutritionist, I would say begin with 1 teaspoon or 5 g daily. Studies have shown

The Slavophile Russian Cosmists

Dissident Voice | 2023-01-20, 16:55

This beautiful Earth is no more than a brief resting place between the sea of salt where we were born and the sea of stars which we must now. venture forth — Arthur C. Clarke Profiles of the Future Orientation In cross-cultural psychology, the major

At the forefront of nuclear medicine

Technology Org | 2023-01-20, 10:46

While and radiopharmaceuticals are experiencing a renaissance, the University of Missouri Research Reactor (MURR) has long been a leader in developing lifesaving imaging and cancer treatments. Now, the most powerful university research reactor in the United

Traffic violence continues to surge in L.A. Why can’t (or won’t) we make streets safer?

The Los Angeles Times | 2023-01-19, 13:53

Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Thursday, Jan. 19. Last year in Los Angeles, more people were killed by someone driving a car than by someone wielding a gun. The second-largest U.S. city has become the traffic violence

GLOBAL COMPUTING ASSOCIATION NAMES 57 FELLOWS FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS THAT PROPEL TECHNOLOGY TODAY

no EC Longview News-Journal | 2023-01-19, 12:23

Luminaries Recognized for Work in Areas Including Cryptography, Graphics, Machine Learning, Software, and Robotics NEW YORK, Jan. 19, 2023 /PRNewswire/ --�ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, has named 57 of its members ACM Fellows for wide-ranging

Best podcasts of the week: The sinister theories behind the ‘Havana syndrome’ phenomenon

The Observer | 2023-01-19, 12:00

Ringing in the ears, dizziness, a sound so loud it feels like pressure: the symptoms of Havana syndrome are so bad that US vice-president Kamala Harris’s 2021 visit to Vietnam was delayed due to possible cases. But despite investigations by the FBI and the

Goldman Sachs, Shockwave fall; Morgan Stanley, Roblox rise

Artesia Daily Press | 2023-01-17, 21:46

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Tuesday: Goldman Sachs Group Inc., down $24.08 to $349.92. The investment bank reported weak fourth-quarter financial results as deals dried up.

Global luminary to bring extensive vision, expertise and relationships to advance company's mission to provide the world with reliable access to water - Form 8-K (dMY Technology Group Inc VI)

Public Technologies | 2023-01-17, 13:16

) Global luminary to bring extensive vision, expertise and relationships to advance company's mission to provide the world with reliable access to water AUSTIN, TX January 17, 2023 - Rain Enhancement Technologies, Inc. ("Rainwater Tech"), a leader in

Newsletter: Are L.A. tenants about to get a fairer housing market?

The Los Angeles Times | 2023-01-14, 12:11

Good morning. I’m Paul Thornton, and it is Saturday, Jan. 14, 2023. Happy new year to readers who use the Julian calendar. Let’s look back at the week in Opinion. Way back in the spring of 2020, The Times’ opinion journalists asked readers to tell us what

How Can We Trust Institutions That Lied

The Liberty Beacon | 2023-01-13, 13:16

How Can We Trust Institutions that Lied? By: Abir Ballan Trust the Authorities, trust the Experts, and trust the Science, we were told. Public health messaging during the Covid-19 pandemic was only credible if it originated from government health authorities,

‘The Government Killed Him’: A Tribute to Activist and Programmer Aaron Swartz 10 Years After ...

Scheerpost | 2023-01-12, 11:40

Aaron Swartz at Boston Wikipedia Meetup, 2009-08-18. Sage Ross, CC BY-SA 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0, via Wikimedia Commons By Maximillian Alvarez / The Real News Network Jan. 11, 2023 marks the tenth anniversary of the death of Aaron

MOBILion Systems Demonstrates Integration of SLIM Technology with Orbitrap Technology Yielding Sensitivity Gains

no EC Longview News-Journal | 2023-01-11, 15:35

Proof of Concept Presented at HUPO Integrates SLIM Technology with Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 480 Mass Spectrometer to Provide Significant Signal Enhancement CHADDS FORD, Pa., Jan. 11, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- MOBILion Systems, Inc., a life science tools

Many airplanes are unequipped for in-flight medical emergencies

Popular Science | 2023-01-10, 02:20

Commercial airplanes are required to carry sealed emergency medical kits that contain specific equipment and medications. But health professionals who have volunteered to help in in-flight emergencies say the kits can be inadequate and are sometimes missing

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