Month: August 2022

Radiochemistry Research Center Takes Forgotten Science into the Future

Newswise – The science of radiochemistry flourished from the 1940s through the 1960s as the United States weighed the benefits of many different reactor technologies to power an energy-starved planet. During that time, researchers needed to understand how chemical reactions occur in highly radioactive environments to improve the performance of materials, fuels, and coolants in …

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Warrior Rumors: Suggested Trade Brings Kevin Durant Back

GT Golden State Warriors stars Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry celebrate during the 2019 playoff game against the Los Angeles Clippers. Bob Myers, president of the Golden State Warriors, is living pretty much every decision-maker’s dream in the NBA right now. While 29 other industrial managers agonize over how their team will reach the promised …

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Louisiana Department of Health Expands Eligibility Criteria for Monkeypox Vaccine

The Louisiana Department of Health announced today that it is able to expand eligibility for the monkeypox vaccine, JYNNEOS, thanks to an increased supply. The expanded vaccination criteria include people in Louisiana who meet one of the following: Gay/bisexual or transgender men who have sex with more than one partner Anyone at high risk of …

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Japanese real estate attracts private equity with strong returns and potential deals

Residential and commercial buildings in Tokyo, Japan, August 16, 2016. Photo taken on August 16, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register TOKYO (Reuters) – A new wave of major private equity players including KKR & Co (KKR.N) is moving into Japan’s real estate market, driven by attractive yield …

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China’s carbon emissions drop by 8% as economic growth slows

China’s carbon emissions fell nearly 8 percent in the April-June period compared to the same period last year, their biggest drop in the past decade, according to the Carbon Brief climate research service. The drop in emissions reflects a significant slowdown in Chinese economic growth due to the widespread shutdown due to the coronavirus and …

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What are the features of the iPhone 14 Pro screen cut-out from Apple?

The biggest news from Apple today is that the iPhone 14 Pro will apparently use software to make the new screen cutouts look like one seamless cutout. Why is Apple making this change? Says a source familiar with Apple’s plans 9to5Mac The space between the two slots will be used to show the privacy indicators …

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Joel Embiid and Karl-Anthony Towns got into a heated argument on social media after a horrific incident in a 76ers-Wolves showdown.

Back in 2019, things intensified during the Philly-Minnesota confrontation, which resulted in Joel Embiid and Karl-Anthony Towns being fired. Joel Embiid And the Karl Anthony citys are two of the most talented men in the league today. Unlike a traditional center, these skillful stars can handle, swipe and shoot boulders as effectively as a bouncer. …

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Bill Nye “Man of Science” prepares for the end of the world in a new show

Deadly waters, raging tornadoes and falling houses. These are all touchstones for the 1939 classic fantasy film The Wizard of Oz, but they can also be found in Bill Nye’s disturbing new documentary series, “The End is Nye” (now airing Thursday). More than six episodes—each focused on catastrophes such as deadly asteroids and earthquakes—the longtime …

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My Office applications are confirmed to be HIPAA compliant

Posted by HIPAA on August 25, 2022 Compliancy Group has confirmed that My Office Apps Inc. has demonstrated its good faith efforts towards HIPAA compliance and has taken all necessary steps to comply with all appropriate provisions of HIPAA. My Office Apps is a developer of business improvement software and automation solutions, including the Kechie™ …

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