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  • Redefining The Value Proposition Of Math Education K年1月21日 E6時57分 Forbes BERLIN, GERMANY - A teacher explains mathematics during a lesson with pupils (sixth graders), who ... [+] are sitting at desks socially-distanced.(Photo by Christian Ender/Getty Images) Getty Images Math education has valiantly served as education’s …
  • Covid 19 Omicron: New variant threatens to leave more Kiwis exposed to long Covid K年1月21日 E4時30分 The New Zeland Herald Second Auckland Airport worker tests positive; Palmerston North case has Omicron; 9 new cases in Nelson. Video / NZ HeraldCovid "long haulers" suffer debilitating health problems months after catching the virus. But there is no test for long …
  • 2 more Mainers have died and another 1,367 coronavirus cases reported across the state K年1月21日 E4時15分 Bangor Daily News - Maine This story will be updated. Two more Mainers have died and another 1,367 coronavirus cases reported across the state, Maine health officials said Friday. Friday’s report brings the total number of coronavirus cases in Maine to 165,691, according to the …
  • The Metaverse Argument For MatterPort Is ill-advised K年1月21日 E3時44分 InvestorPlace Matterport (NASDAQ:MTTR) stock has been one of the more volatile stocks in the market in the past few months. The investor enthusiasm has ebbed and flowed for MTTR stock, which could potentially become a leading metaverse stock down the line. The company …
  • How Do I Stop Myself From Being Distracted, DJ Cuppy Ask Her Fans K年1月21日 E3時31分 Ghana MMA Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, popularly known as DJ Cuppy, the daughter of Femi Otedola, a billionaire, has questioned her followers on social media about the best approach to stay focused on her studies. Last year, the rich daughter announced to her admirers …
  • Commentary: Looking back, moving forward K年1月21日 E3時29分 The Ellsworth American - Maine By Rep. Nicole Grohoski At the start of each new year, I pause and reflect on what the Legislature has accomplished that will help our region and all Mainers for years to come. Before jumping into my legislative work for 2022, I took some time to review …
  • Boris Johnson's 'partygate' scandal leaves many with second thoughts on the UK's PM K年1月21日 E3時28分 Fox News Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. For Boris Johnson, facts have always been flexible.  The British prime minister’s career is littered with doctored quotes, tall tales, exaggerations and mistruths. When …
  • Covid cases are already rising again among primary school children, official data shows  K年1月21日 E2時32分 Daily Mail Covid infections are rising among primary school children in England, official data shows in what could be a sign of the back-to-school effect. Statisticians at the Office for National Statistics estimated eight per cent of youngsters aged two to 11 had …
  • Loss of a rock legend: Meat Loaf, ‘Bat Out of Hell’ superstar, dies at 74 K年1月21日 E1時56分 Republican American - Connecticut NEW YORK (AP) — Meat Loaf, the rock superstar loved by millions for his “Bat Out of Hell” album and for such theatrical, dark-hearted anthems as “Paradise By the Dashboard Light,” “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad,” and “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do …
  • Millions in funding approved to install new city cycle lanes K年1月21日 E1時34分 Liverpool Echo Almost £2 million of funding has been accepted by Liverpool Council to install new pop-up cycle lanes around the city. Members of the local authority’s cabinet gave the go-ahead to implement £1.9m to further advance active travel measures across the city. …
  • New COVID-19 vaccine promises vaccine equity because it has no patents K年1月21日 E12時59分 Medical News Corbevax, a new vaccine against COVID-19, may have better success as a candidate for vaccine equity because it carries no patents, relies on long-established recombinant technology for manufacture and has the support of the US and Indian governments, its …
  • Munich – The Edge of War: women in historical films are too often unrealistic K年1月21日 E12時16分 The Conversation In September 1938, Britain, Germany, Italy and France met in Munich as a new European war loomed. Hitler was demanding to annex the Sudetenland in western Czechoslovakia so in a bid to avoid war the Four Powers Agreement was signed and Czechoslovakia would …
  • Immune Repertoire Sequencing Market: Determined By Market Concentration Rate, New Entrants And Solutions 2028 K年1月21日 E12時15分 EIN Presswire mmune repertoire sequencing is extensively used in biomarker discovery to improve the success rate and cost-effectiveness of rational drug development. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, January 21, 2022 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ -- Immune Repertoire …
  • Franklin Templeton appoints global head of sustainability K年1月21日 E11時15分 Investment Week In her new position, Simpson will be charged with driving Franklin Templeton's overall strategic direction on stewardship, sustainability and ESG investment strategy globally. Simpson joins the firm from the California Public Employees Retirement …
  • Boba, KonMari and the Violence of Adaptation: “Coming Clean” with Joshua Nguyen K年1月21日 E8時58分 The Daily Mississippian Poet Joshua Nguyen likes to keep tidy — so much in fact that he wrote a whole book about it.  Yet it isn’t the most radical thing he’s done in regards to cleanliness. “When I was in undergrad I would tell my roommate to not let anyone sit in my bed,” …
  • The University of Mississippi has once again placed an exclamation mark on the sporting world K年1月21日 E8時58分 The Daily Mississippian The University of Mississippi has once again placed an exclamation mark on the sporting world.  Ole Miss All Girl Cheer was crowned D1A All Girl Game Day National Champions on Jan. 14. For a school with a reputation for having an elevated game day …
  • 'Big, fluffy flakes' falling in parts of central NC, but freezing roads could be treacherous K年1月21日 E8時43分 WRAL 5 - North Carolina By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — WRAL's team of meteorologists is tracking the most significant winter storm to impact the Triangle in over three years. What to know: Light snow accumulation will be possible Thursday night along the North …
  • Digital literacy priority for G20 success: ministry K年1月21日 E8時40分 Antara Indonesia’s G20 Presidency encourages the establishment of digital proficiency and literacy assessment, which can be applied to all G20 members. Jakarta (ANTARA) - Increasing the digital literacy of the Indonesian people is the ministry’s main priority to …
  • Newcastle ranked the second best city in the UK for students in report K年1月21日 E8時27分 Chronicle Live Newcastle, home to two universities, is the second cheapest city in the UK for students, a new survey has revealed. The analysis was based on the average price of student accommodation as well as the weekly spend on beer, cocktails, a fast food meal and a …
  • Britain’s newest immigrants are showing a flair for protest K年1月21日 E8時22分 The Economist ON JANUARY 16th around 250 Hong Kongers gathered on Princes Street in Edinburgh to protest against attacks on press freedom in their former home. Volunteers marshalled the crowd to avoid blocking the pavement for locals. After speeches and a rendition of “ …
  • Has rule-breaker Boris Johnson met his match in 'partygate'? K年1月21日 E7時59分 WJXT News 4 Jax - Florida LONDON – For Boris Johnson, facts have always been flexible. The British prime minister’s career is littered with doctored quotes, tall tales, exaggerations and mistruths. When called out, he has generally offered an apologetic shrug or a guilty grin, and …
  • The major changes people with good teeth will see in bid to stem NHS crisis K年1月21日 E7時36分 NorthWalesLive Unions have warned NHS dentistry is “hanging by a thread” with some patients facing two-year waits for routine check-ups. New figures from England and Wales shows more than 2,500 dentists - up to 8% of the workforce - stopped treating NHS patients last …
  • Solar Geoengineering: Why Bill Gates Wants It, But These Experts Want To Stop It K年1月21日 E6時52分 Forbes Solar engineering would see reflective particles released into the stratosphere to reflect the sun's ... [+] light back into space, theoretically cooling the planet. A new coalition of scholars wants the technology effectively banned. Getty Images The …
  • Shark And Ray Research In India Has Low Relevance To Their Conservation K年1月21日 E6時52分 Forbes There is no denying it: biodiversity is deteriorating at an alarming rate on our little blue planet. Humans rely on biodiversity for our very survival - our society depends on a myriad of ecosystem services such as the provision of food, fuel and clean …
  • Social media manipulation on the rise in India K年1月21日 E6時06分 Asia Times The technological age has blessed us with digital platforms that allow people to engage with one another virtually. With the advent of social media, information dissemination has fundamentally transformed. Though people are more connected than ever before, …
  • Price was right for Bobcats K年1月21日 E6時01分 Brandon Sun Tom Price receives no shortage of reminders of his glory days. The former Brandon University Bobcat men’s basketball player hardly misses a home game. He also misses almost all the action as he’s busy selling Booster Juice smoothies since he purchased the …
  • Scientists Are Racing to Understand the Fury of Tonga’s Volcano K年1月21日 E4時08分 Wired On December 20, Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai—an underwater volcano in the South Pacific topped with a diminutive and uninhabited island—awoke from a seven-year slumber. The volcano spluttered and crackled, creating a large plume of ash. Ten thousand miles …
  • On the 'doorstep of doom': Doomsday Clock stands at 100 seconds to midnight K年1月21日 E3時37分 Live Science Doomsday is as close today as it was yesterday, according to a hypothetical timepiece known as the Doomsday Clock; for the second year in a row, the clock's hands hover at 100 seconds to midnight — the hour of humanity's destruction.  However, it…
  • TOM UTLEY: Award yourself £10 every time you hear the phrase 'mental health' on TV or radio  K年1月21日 E3時32分 Daily Mail Earlier this month I invented a game to cheer myself up through these short, chilly days of January. I'm not claiming it will work for everyone, but readers may care to give it a try. The rules are simple. All you have to do is award yourself an …
  • How could two sisters end up with two such different lives? They look so close and so similar. K年1月21日 E3時32分 Daily Mail ONE night last week, as I sat in bed reading a book on my iPad, a message from my sister, Philippa, popped up on my screen. 'Hey darling!' it said. 'How are you doing? How's it going? I love you so so much my beautiful sister! I miss you so …
  • No Apocalypse Yet: The Doomsday Clock Is Stuck At 100 Seconds To Midnight K年1月21日 E2時36分 NDTV Doomsday Clock: The idea of the clock symbolizing global vulnerability to catastrophe followed in 1947. Washington: The "Doomsday Clock," representing the judgment of leading science and security experts about perils to human existence, remains …
  • (ISC)² Appoints Jon France, CISSP, as Chief Information Security Officer K年1月21日 E1時26分 Dark Reading Clearwater, Fla., January 20, 2022 – (ISC)² – the world's largest nonprofit association of certified cybersecurity professionals – today announced the appointment of Jon France, CISSP, as its first chief information security officer (CISO). In this …
  • Spend with prudence K年1月21日 E1時15分 Dawn THE appointment process against Pakistan chairs at the foreign universities is believed to have started. The editorial ‘Empty university chairs’ (Feb 13, 2020) had highlighted the issue which may have played a part in the process. There is a lack of …
  • God of Justice and Mercy: A theological commentary on Judges by Isabelle Hamley K年1月21日 E12時52分 Church Times THE key to this book lies in the subtitle. One might think, naïvely, that since the Bible is about God throughout, then any commentary is necessarily going to be theological. It seems hardly worth saying. But, within Old Testament studies at the moment, …
  • Economists are revising their views on robots and jobs K年1月20日 E11時48分 The Economist Jan 22nd 2022 WHEN THE pandemic first struck, unemployment soared. Not since the Depression had American joblessness surpassed 14%, as it did in April 2020. But fears of a prolonged period of high unemployment did not come to pass. According to the latest …
  • Can China create a world-beating AI industry? K年1月20日 E11時48分 The Economist “SOUTH OF THE Huai river few geese can be seen through the rain and snow.” In classical Chinese this verse is a breakthrough—not in literature but in computing power. The line, composed by an artificial intelligence (AI) language model called Wu Dao 2.0, …
  • Nature: Albatrosses can plunge up to 62ft underwater after prey-more than twice as deep as thought K年1月20日 E11時38分 Daily Mail Talk about a deep dive! Albatrosses can plunge up to 62ft underwater to pursue prey—more than twice as deep as previously thought, study reveals University of Oxford-led experts studied the dives of black-browed albatrosses  They focussed on those  …
  • DAN WOOTTON: If Boris wants to survive he must put an end to green taxes and SAGE K年1月20日 E11時35分 Daily Mail I may be a surprising ally for the Prime Minister who today sits forlornly on political death row awaiting execution by his understandably apoplectic colleagues. After initially backing buccaneering Boris Johnson 100 per cent over Brexit, my faith has been …
  • Buy the Dip in DraftKings Stock Before Its Emphatic Rebound K年1月20日 E11時32分 InvestorPlace DraftKings (NASDAQ:DKNG) stock has been in the midst of a pullback for the past few months. DKNG stock has shed more than 50% of its value in the past three months. The dip presents an excellent opportunity for aggressive investors to load up on the stock …
  • Review: Scattershot filmmaking mars historical what-if 'Munich — The Edge of War' K年1月20日 E11時31分 Los Angeles Times - California As the world watches to see if Russia invades Ukraine, it can sometimes feel like 1938 all over again, when there was much international handwringing over whether Hitler could be persuaded to avoid war over his designs to annex the Sudetenland in what was …
  • Michigan Matters: Where are the Female CEOs in Michigan? K年1月20日 E11時31分 CBS 62 Detroit - Michigan Southfield (CBS Detroit) – With over 50 percent of Michigan’s population being female and most working outside the home, an all-star lineup of experts — Carey Oven, Managing Partner of Deloitte Center for Board Effectiveness; Leslie Murphy, CEO of Murphy …
  • Charisse Garet, 65 K年1月20日 E10時10分 Oxford Leader - Michigan Oxford resident Charisse Marie Garet (nee Menzie) passed away on January 5, 2022. She was 65-years-old. Charisse Garet She is the daughter of the late Robert and Laura Menzie, beloved wife of David; loving mother of Stephanie and Jacqueline Garet; dear …
  • Taxed for being unvaxxed: The ethics of government mandates K年1月20日 E9時38分 Sachem Guest: Julian Savulescu, professor and director of the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics at Oxford University The Omicron variant of COVID-19 has overwhelmed hospitals around the world. Some are making bold moves when it comes to the unvaccinated, such as …
  • Newton residents earn college degrees K年1月20日 E9時30分 The Covington News - Georgia Some Newton County students earned college degrees recently. Georgia Institute of Technology presented degrees to approximately 4,900 undergraduate and graduate students during the Institute's 261st Commencement exercises Dec. 17-18 at Bobby Dodd …
  • Doomsday Clock stays at 100 seconds to midnight and remains 'closest to apocalypse' ever K年1月20日 E9時03分 Sky News The Doomsday Clock has stayed at 100 seconds to midnight for the third year in a row – as the world remains the "closest to apocalypse" it has ever been. The countdown - a metaphor for global collapse - took into account dangerous threats posed …
  • Austria Just Mandated Covid Vaccines For Almost All Adults — Fines Could Follow K年1月20日 E8時53分 Forbes Topline Austrian lawmakers passed Europe’s first near-universal coronavirus vaccine mandate Thursday, which will subject the country’s unvaccinated adults to fines as early as March, a strict measure as Austria — and the rest of Europe — contends with …
  • New UM Center Advances Medical Cannabis Science, Education K年1月20日 E8時35分 Webster Progress Times - Mississippi NCCRE to provide leadership and expertise to health care professionals, industry, government officials OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi is home to a new center that will prioritize resources toward patient and public safety on the medicinal …
  • Doomsday Clock at 100 seconds to midnight for third year in a row: ‘Steady is not good news’ K年1月20日 E8時25分 The Washington Post Speaking about climate change, Raymond Pierrehumbert, a physics professor at the University of Oxford, said the beginning of the Biden administration marked the “return of an administration that views global warming as a real and serious problem requiring …
  • Q&A With Andy Howard, CEO Of Climate Solutions Exchange K年1月20日 E7時57分 MENAFN (MENAFN- ValueWalk) When it comes to carbon emissions , landowners can take matters into their own hands Get Our Icahn eBook! Get our entire 10-part series on Carl Icahn and other famous investors in PDF for free! Save it to your desktop, read it on your …
  • 'Munich: The Edge of War' review: Historic thriller tackles inevitable K年1月20日 E7時40分 The Detroit News - Michigan The handsome and involving brink-of-WWII drama "Munich: The Edge of War" does a decent enough job of making viewers believe something they know happened might not happen.  It's 1938 and Hitler is on the brink of invading Czechoslovakia. A …
  • Countdown to the end of the world: Doomsday Clock stuck at 11 seconds to midnight K年1月20日 E7時27分 The Sydney Morning Herald Loading “At first glance, that might seem like ‘Great, OK, we’re at the same place as last year,’ but we aren’t,” he said. “If you have looked around, it feels like things have changed this year.” Last year, in announcing that the clock would remain where …
  • Symbolic Doomsday Clock remains dangerously close to midnight K年1月20日 E6時30分 News (South Africa) The metaphorical Doomsday Clock, which symbolises how close humans are to extinction, has remained alarmingly close to midnight – at 100 seconds – for the third year, with scientists warning against the threats of nuclear war, climate change and deadly …
  • ‘Kitchen to me is all about family’: Maggie’s new chef talks Midwest cuisine and kitchen culture K年1月20日 E6時05分 Little Village Magazine - Iowa Billy Jimenez makes pizza at Maggie’s Farm Wood-Fired Pizza, 1308 Melrose Ave, on Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022 in Iowa City. After using wood and charcoal, Jimenez said he’ll never buy a gas grill. — Adria Carpenter/Little Village Maggie’s Farm Wood Fired …
  • Doomsday Clock remains at 100 seconds to midnight as world faces ‘dangerous moment’ K年1月20日 E5時54分 Irish Times While the past year offered glimmers of hope that humankind might reverse its march toward global catastrophe, the Doomsday Clock was set on Thursday at just 100 seconds to midnight, matching the time for 2021 and 2020 – the closest point to extinction at …
  • Doomsday clock remains at 100 seconds to midnight for the third year in a row K年1月20日 E5時40分 Daily Mail The Doomsday clock will remain at 100 seconds to midnight for the third year in a row because the 'world is no safer than it was last year at this time.' The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists unveiled the clock, which keeps track of the likelihood …
  • Glimmers of hope, but Doomsday Clock stuck at 100 seconds to midnight K年1月20日 E5時40分 eNews Channel Africa WASHINGTON - The "Doomsday Clock," representing the judgment of leading science and security experts about perils to human existence, remains at 100 seconds to midnight this year, with advances like Covid-19 vaccines balanced by rising …
  • COVID-19 Update: Kenney says infections may have peaked | Province adding hospital bed capacity | Pediatric hospitalizations on the rise K年1月20日 E5時40分 Calgary Herald Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Watch this page throughout the day for updates on COVID-19 in Calgary A COVID-19 information sign is seen outside the Foothills hospital in Calgary on Oct. 13, 2020. Photo by Gavin Young/Postmedia Article content With …
  • COVID-19 live updates: Kenney, Copping, Hinshaw, Yiu to provide Thursday update; Trucker convoy to Ottawa departs from B.C; Doctors say frontline workers are 'running on empty' K年1月20日 E4時34分 Edmonton Journal Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Watch this page throughout the day for updates on COVID-19 in Edmonton A sundog in the morning sky, is an atmospheric optical phenomenon created by suspended hexagonal ice crystals in the air refracts sunlight to create …
  • Valneva (VALN) Up as COVID K年1月20日 E4時32分 Zacks.com Shares of Valneva SE (VALN Quick QuoteVALN - Free Report) were up 45% on Wednesday after it announced data from preliminary laboratory studies on VLA2001, its inactivated COVID-19 vaccine candidate. Data from the phase I/II VLA2001-201 study showed …
  • 3 more Mainers have died and another 1,384 coronavirus cases reported across the state K年1月20日 E4時22分 Bangor Daily News - Maine This story will be updated. Three more Mainers have died and another 1,384 coronavirus cases reported across the state, Maine health officials said Thursday. Thursday’s report brings the total number of coronavirus cases in Maine to 164,324, according to …
  • Purdue sports roundup: Tim Newton named Indiana Sportscaster of the Year K年1月20日 E4時18分 The Indianapolis Star - Indiana WEST LAFAYETTE - Tim Newton, the play-by-play radio voice of Purdue football and women's basketball, has been named 2021 Indiana Sportscaster of the Year.  Newton was selected by the National Sports Media Association and becomes the first Purdue …
  • Theologians were paid to think about alien life. I’d rather they watch ‘Spaceballs.’ K年1月20日 E3時43分 Religion News Service (RNS) — There’s a saying in academic circles: “An idea without funding is a mirage.” The corollary of this is that funding can make a mirage into an idea. The proof is in a curious news story about NASA and the theology of extraterrestrial life that took …
  • Ukraine, China and climate change tagged as ‘Doomsday Clock’ holds at 100 seconds to midnight, matching riskiest view ever K年1月20日 E3時32分 MarketWatch With tension building between Russia and the U.S. over Ukraine, new variants of COVID-19 testing the effectiveness of vaccines, and only a slow response to climate change by most accounts front of mind, we’re left to ask: Is humanity now safer or at …
  • Franklin Templeton Appoints Anne Simpson as Global Head of Sustainability K年1月20日 E3時20分 Tradingcharts.com SAN MATEO, Calif., January 20, 2022 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Franklin Templeton today announced the appointment of Anne Simpson as Global Head of Sustainability, a newly-created role charged with driving Franklin Templeton's overall strategic direction on …
  • Researchers discover unexpected deep diving in albatross K年1月20日 E2時53分 Phys.org In a recent study published in Current Biology, a collaboration between researchers from Oxford University, University of Lisbon and the British Geological Survey found that black-browed albatross dive deeper than previously realized. Mollymawks (small to …
  • Caution against online censorship of scientific misinformation K年1月20日 E2時43分 Phys.org Governments and social media platforms should not rely on content removal for combatting harmful scientific misinformation online, according to a report today from the Royal Society, the UK's national academy of science. But the Online Information …
  • Ash from Tonga volcano eruption reaches record altitude but climate cooling unlikely K年1月20日 E2時32分 Live Science The volcanic eruption that destroyed a small island in Polynesia on Saturday (Jan. 15) injected a huge amount of ash into a record altitude but won't cause any disruption to Earth's climate, experts said. Satellites detected the ash cloud, which …
  • Top 10 most famous ghosts K年1月20日 E2時32分 Live Science Ghosts are both everywhere and nowhere, stories would have us believe. Their existence is constantly being investigated, but highly doubted, yet despite that healthy scepticism ghosts feature prominently in our culture. They are in television and film, …
  • Meet Iowa City native Adam Zabner, who is running for Iowa House District 90 K年1月20日 E1時58分 Iowa City Press-Citizen Adam Zabner of Iowa City is the second candidate to announce he will run for Iowa House District 90 in 2022. Zabner, 22, announced his candidacy at a virtual launch party in early January. Supporters included former Iowa Democratic Party Chair Sue Dvorsky …
  • Were the Kazakhstani protests predictable? K年1月20日 E1時38分 Global Voices Protests in Kazakhstan spread across the country. On January 4, a large crowd gathered in the northern city of Aktobe. Photo: Esetok, CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons. The recent violent protests in Kazakhstan are still reverberating, despite the Russian …
  • 5 Reasons You Should Still Be Wearing Your Face Mask K年1月20日 E1時20分 HuffPost UK Images By Tang Ming Tung via Getty ImagesPlan B rules are being scrapped from January 26, meaning working from home rules will end and face masks will no longer be mandatory in shops, theatres, public transport and classrooms for children. Health secretary …
  • Europe’s Multicultural Volcano K年1月20日 E12時58分 The Jewish Press “If Europe does not regain control, Islamized mini-states could soon appear”. The prediction comes from the Russian political scientist Sergei Markov. In an interview published by Lenta.ru, Markov notes that European institutions are adapting to the …
  • Oxford researchers discover unexpected deep diving in albatross K年1月20日 E12時11分 University of Oxford News In a recent study published in Current Biology, a collaboration between researchers from Oxford University, University of Lisbon and the British Geological Survey found that black-browed albatross dive deeper than previously realised. Mollymawks (small to …
  • Examining a Deity Made in Our Own Image K年1月20日 E12時02分 Jewish Journal - California Jack Miles embraced an audacious literary device in his masterwork, “God: A Biography,” which presents the life story of the Almighty as if the authors of the Bible were telling the life story of a character in a book. The Pulitzer Prize Board endorsed his …
  • University of Oxford Department for Continuing Education K年1月20日 E11時54分 Environmental Expert Oxford was one of the pioneers of the University Extension movement in the United Kingdom, and we still retain our original mission of making the scholarship of the University accessible to wider audiences. In recent years the Department has grown …
  • Astra Space Is a High-Risk High-Reward Play You Can’t Ignore K年1月20日 E11時34分 InvestorPlace Astra Space (NASDAQ:ASTR)  is a compelling space startup in the nascent satellite delivery market. Moreover, the company has been executing well and ramping up its capabilities swiftly in the coming years. The private space economy is likely to grow at a …
  • Sunday at the Oxford Masjid K年1月20日 E10時35分 The Daily Mississippian Although the Oxford Masjid may look different than other places of worship you would find around town, Sunday school at the Oxford Masjid is just like any other Sunday school. Teens sit in a circle, passing a microphone around — each taking their time to …
  • The Plans for the World’s Next Largest City Are Incomplete K年1月20日 E10時12分 The New York Times Hindsight is a series from the Headway team looking back at predictions and promises from the past. Within eight years, Delhi is expected to surpass Tokyo to become the largest megalopolis in the world, making it the epicenter of a global phenomenon: …
  • ABHI Launches US Accelerator 2022 Programme as Forty UK HealthTech Innovators Seek Support Stateside K年1月20日 E9時43分 EIN Presswire The ABHI has launched the fifth cohort of its flagship US Accelerator programme, supporting UK HealthTech companies to access the US healthcare market. LONDON, AB, UNITED KINGDOM, January 20, 2022 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ -- The Association of British …
  • Antibiotic-resistant infections: More than 1.2 million deaths worldwide in 2019 – study K年1月20日 E9時21分 Irish Times More than 1.2 million people died in 2019 from antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections, more deaths than HIV/Aids or malaria, a new study suggests. The research indicates antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is now a leading cause of death worldwide, and …
  • Rhodes Scholarship Revoked: White Woman Grad Student Lied She Was Poor K年1月20日 E8時50分 The Black Chronicle - Oklahoma Radcliffe Camera is pictured on September 20, 2016, in Oxford, England. | Source: Carl Court / Getty In November 2020, University of Pennsylvania graduate student Mackenzie Fierceton, 24, won the Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford University. It’s a …
  • ENTERTAINMENT NOTES: Arkansas Symphony concerts, Pulaski Tech musical postponed K年1月20日 E8時29分 Arkansas Democrat Gazette In entertainment, events and the arts this week: Performances delayed The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, citing the surge in the omicron variant of the coronavirus, is postponing its Jan. 29-30 Masterworks concerts at Little Rock's Robinson Center …
  • An estimated 1.2 million people died in 2019 from antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections K年1月20日 E7時44分 University of Oxford News Estimates for 204 countries and territories confirm AMR as a global health threat, with worst impacts in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), though higher income countries also face alarmingly high levels of AMR. Rapid investment in new treatments, …
  • Worldwide deaths from antibiotic-resistant infections topped 1.2 million in 2019, study reveals K年1月20日 E7時41分 Wales Online More than 1.2 million people died in 2019 from antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections - more deaths than from HIV/Aids or malaria, new research suggests. The study indicates antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is now a leading cause of death globally, …
  • The word of the year for young Brits? ‘Anxiety’ K年1月20日 E7時14分 Malay Mail British children and teenagers have made the word ‘anxiety’ their word of the year. ― IStock.com/AFP pic LONDON, Jan 19 — The Collins English dictionary made “NFT” its word of the year. But British children and teenagers have another one. It’s the word …
  • NYT equates China’s health workers with Adolf Eichmann K年1月20日 E7時09分 Asia Times In a article on the front page of The New York Times on January 13, reporter Li Yuan equated the public health and medical personnel behind China’s successful battle against Covid-19 in the city of Xian to Adolf Eichmann, a principal architect of the …
  • Memory problems seen months after mild COVID-19 infections, researchers say K年1月20日 E7時06分 The Hill People who experienced mild COVID-19 infections demonstrated attention and memory issues, but those problems appeared to be only temporary, according to a new study published on Wednesday. Researchers from Oxford University studied 136 people, comprised of …
  • Ideas in philosophy on human extinction are toxic seeds that must be dealt with K年1月20日 E6時42分 Irish Times We live in an age of unprecedented possibilities for the extinction of human life, whether from runaway global warming, deadly global pandemics, global nuclear war, collision of Earth with an asteroid, and so on. Although none of these possibilities is …
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