LONDON, Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Geometric Medical, a global-leading high-end medical animation and scientific video production company, unveils its company rebranding and has launched its new, full-featured website www.geometricmedical.com
Formerly called Polygon Medical Animation, the company will now be known as GEOMETRIC MEDICAL, marking the next era of a design company that has been successfully helping medical science and health brands with creative capabilities and design strategies.
“Our name is based upon the geometric shapes that structure life. These shapes act as the foundation for the art we create, combining together to form a greater picture. It is a name that reflects our exceptional team working together to form something extra special and new. It reflects our values, culture, goals, and defines how we streamline our services globally,” said Leslie Dalisay, Managing Director. “The new website captures our capabilities, experience, key competencies in animation, digital media, and
The following immortal Neil deGrasse Tyson quote just about sums up my view on the high-quality BlackRock Science and Technology Trust (BST):
Innovations in science and technology are the engines of the 21st-century economy; if you care about the wealth and health of your nation tomorrow, then you’d better rethink how you allocate taxes to fund science. The federal budget needs to recognize this.”
Even before the impact of the pandemic was known, science and technology stocks were outperforming the broader market. Science and technology will also lead us in the post-COVID-19 age. I’m sure many will agree.
The sector was doing very well before the pandemic and is expected to do better in its aftermath. So, yeah, I’m very bullish on BST for the long term, both as a dividend play and growth play. BST invests in current leaders and emerging winners in the field
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee will soon receive a technology hub under the National Mission of Interdisciplinary Cyber-Physical Systems (NM-ICPS). It is one of the 25 centers set up by the Department of Science and Technology providing financial assistance. The hub, called iHub, will serve as a one-stop solution for 356 basic technologies. Out of the sanctioned grant of 135 crores for this, an amount of 7.25 crore has already been received. Also Read – IIT Roorkee PhD Application 2020: Apply Now For PhD Programme Under PMRF Scheme, Check Details Here
1/2: @iitroorkee will set up a technology hub in Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) under the National Mission of Interdisciplinary Cyber-Physical Systems (NM-ICPS) with the support from the @IndiaDST. CPS is a new group of engineered systems that integrate computation and Also Read – Google Play Store Pulls Down India’s Mitron App After Pakistani Software Developer Company Claimed to
In a lecture quite literally ripped from the headlines, including those he wrote himself, H. Holden Thorp, the affable editor-in-chief of the influential Science family of journals, on Wednesday, Sept. 16, called on his colleagues in research to spend much more time at the intersection of science and public policy.
Thorp, who has been a chemist, inventor, educator, entrepreneur and college administrator, delivered his call during the University of Delaware’s 2020 Edward G. Jefferson Life Sciences Lecture. The Jefferson Lecture has brought multiple Nobel Prize winners and pioneering researchers to UD’s campus in its six-year run.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s lecture — “Scientific Publishing in the Age of COVID” — was delivered virtually, from an upstairs room in Thorp’s Florida home to more than 250 listeners on UD’s Zoom and livestream channels.
Despite the unusual delivery, Thorp’s message couldn’t have been more timely, arriving as it did