LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tachyum™ launched a German-language version of its website to improve accessibility for customers and partners seeking information about the Tachyum Prodigy® Universal Processor and its ability to dramatically improve the performance of hyperscale, HPC and AI workloads. Tachyum, a semiconductor company with roots in Europe, is essential forRead More →

“The latest study, titled ‘Global Payday Loans Service Market 2022 by Key Players, Regions, Type, and Application, Forecast to 2028’, published by Affluence Market Report, provides an analysis of the current and future scenario of the Global Payday Loans Service market market. ” In this report, a comprehensive analysis ofRead More →

A day after meeting with President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said he would study his “judicial philosophy” ahead of his confirmation process. “I liked meeting Judge Jackson”, McConnell tweeted Thursday. “A crucial qualification of the Supreme Court is judicial philosophy.Read More →

MOSCOW (AP) — As Russia’s top diplomat during the invasion of Ukraine, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov embodies the Kremlin’s defiant posture with a mixture of harshness and sarcasm. While President Vladimir Putin single-handedly shapes the country’s foreign policy, Lavrov delivers Moscow’s message with a frankness uncharacteristic of a diplomat. InRead More →

Are art and science two completely different and unrelated fields of learning? Some people may think so, but researchers, faculty, and students in the Science Technology Arts + Creativity (STAC) and WetLab programs at New York University’s groundbreaking Gallatin School of Independent Study know that art and science are intertwined.Read More →

Nestlé Health Science has agreed to buy a majority stake in Orgain, a leader in plant-based nutrition, from founder Dr Andrew Abraham and Butterfly Equity, who will continue to be minority shareholders. Orgain complements Nestlé Health Science’s existing portfolio of nutritional products that support healthier living. “Nutritional proteins play aRead More →

way of life, colin steele, science fiction Canadian Chris Hadfield, veteran of three spaceflights and former commander of the International Space Station, used his real-life space experience to lend scientific authenticity to The Apollo Murders (Quercus, $32.95). Hadfield has a postscript, “The Reality Behind the Apollo Murders”, documenting the real-lifeRead More →

Manna Inc. and its affiliates partner with DailyPay to provide financial benefits to employees [Manna’s Wendy’s, Fazoli’s, and Other Restaurant Franchises] NEW YORK, January 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Manna Inc. and its subsidiaries are among America’s leading restaurant affiliate operators and have partnered with DailyPay to offer their employees aRead More →

Boston District 6 Councilwoman Kendra Lara will deliver her first speech on socialism to council at its Wednesday meeting. Lara answered questions from Jamaica Plain News about socialism, how it can help its constituents, and more. Councilwoman Kendra Lara for District 6 (Mayor’s office photo by Jeremiah Robinson) Lara wasRead More →

Ancient Hindu science: its impact on the ancient and modern world. Alok Kumar. Jaico Publishing House. Pages 212. Rs 410. There is a renewed interest in the non-Eurocentric historiography of science these days. Science historian Joseph Needham has emphasized the contribution of Chinese civilization to the global process and institutionRead More →

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–January 21, 2022– Asahi Kasei, a diversified Japanese multinational, announces that on October 21, 2021, Tongsuh Petrochemical Corp., Ltd. (TSPC), a wholly-owned subsidiary in South Korea, has acquired the widely recognized international ISCC PLUS 1 certification for its acrylonitrile (AN) as a sustainable product, and the production ofRead More →

By Jérôme-Mario Chijioke Utomi Naturally, the main factor, according to one report, which daily shortens the seriousness with which communications from officials / public offices are taken by the population is that the generality of such information is often referred to as “self-denigration”. They are regularly known to encourage complacencyRead More →

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– Annual Progress Report Highlights Scope of Innovative and Collaborative Initiatives Supporting Accessibility of RNAi Therapies for People Who Can Benefit Around the World – CAMBRIDGE, Mass., December 21, 2021–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: ALNY), the leading RNAi therapeutics company, today released its third annual Patient Access Philosophy Report. ThisRead More →

SHI YU / CHINA DAILY Removing technological bottlenecks created by foreign entities is necessary for China to become self-sufficient in science and technology and build a modern socialist society by 2035. China adheres to an innovation-driven development policy, and is committed to self-reliance in science and technology, strengthening basic research,Read More →

RIYADH: Expert speaker at Riyadh Philosophy Conference thinks philosophizing with children is essential for their personal growth as people and as individuals in society, and for adults to perhaps see different perspectives on their established belief systems. Christopher Phillips, American author and educator, is a man with a mission: toRead More →

By Harold Acemah Uganda’s ruling clique never ceases to amaze, amuse and offend in almost equal measure. A contentious, futile and sterile debate about science vis-à-vis arts subjects was recently renewed by Sabalwanyi at events commemorating World Teachers’ Day (WTD) on October 12 at Kololo Independence Grounds, Kampala. The themeRead More →

FILE – In this September 15, 2021 file photo, First Lady Jill Biden waves before boarding a plane at General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Biden often favors designs made by independent American designers. It’s a fashion philosophy similar to that of former first lady Michelle Obama, who repeatedlyRead More →

ISI’s first US POLITICAL AND GOVERNMENT SUMMIT to bring together academics committed to freedom and the search for truth in 2022 WILMINGTON, Delaware, Oct. 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – In response to a recent decision to dismiss Claremont Institute panels at an annual gathering of political scientists, the Intercollegiate StudiesRead More →

“In Mathews’ view, the president’s murder would ‘likely speed up their gun control program’, which Mathews in turn hoped would provoke a backlash,” prosecutors wrote. But they ultimately put the idea aside, waiting to see if Virginia lawmakers pass gun control legislation, prosecutors said. Eileen Filler-Corn, who is Jewish, wasRead More →

Although Western archeology generally treats Aboriginal ancestral sites as an anachronism, these places embody a living culture and presence for Hopi archaeologist Lyle Balenquah. This week, we chat with Balenquah about his journey into archeology, his connection, and his work in the ancestral lands of the Southwest. Science Moab: HowRead More →

Vaccine refusal is one of the main reasons COVID-19 infections continue to rise in the United States Safe and effective vaccines have been available for months, but as of mid-September 2021, only 65% ​​of Eligible US adults are fully immunized. In many areas, the majority of eligible adults have notRead More →

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We are living through one of the strangest and most anxiety-provoking times that most of us can remember—in lockdown, separated from friends, lovers, colleagues, work, extended family, and in some cases immediate family, to slow the spread of this new virus, SARS-CoV-2. The threat of this virus, and the effectivenessRead More →

José A. Quiñonez knows what it’s like to live in the shadows. Growing up in Mexico, Quiñonez was brought to the United States after his father was assassinated and his mother passed away from lymphoma, too poor to afford treatment. Quiñonez and his five siblings were split among relatives theyRead More →

To understand the wave of “little pink” ultra-nationalism sweeping the People’s Republic of China, it is instructive to examine “Xi Jinping’s thinking on socialism with Chinese characteristics for a new era.” Incorporated into the constitution of the Communist Party of China at its 19th Congress in October 2017 and commonlyRead More →

Review of analytical philosophy (RAP), a new open-access, peer-reviewed, English-language philosophy journal based in Japan, has just published its first issue. The RAP is “designed to provide a forum for those working in analytical philosophy at large. It publishes high quality original research on all areas of analytical philosophy, includingRead More →

Tamsin Kimoto, assistant professor of philosophy and studies on women, gender and sexuality at Goucher College, discusses the subject of exclusionary feminism. – Editor / Stéphanie Green Rowan’s students were educated on various types of exclusionary feminism, as well as the history of violence and legislation directed against Asian women,Read More →

The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit overturned an earlier dismissal of a lawsuit brought by a professor of philosophy against his employer, Shawnee State University, for violating his rights of first and second. fourteenth amendment. Nicolas meriwether Philosophy teacher Nicholas Meriwether had sued the school, claimingRead More →

In this guest edition of The Interview, Vikram Zutshi speaks with physicist, activist and author Fritjof Capra. Fritjof Capra is an Austrian-born American physicist, systems theorist and profound ecologist. He has written many popular books which link conceptual changes in science with broader changes in worldview and values ​​in society,Read More →