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It is no surprise that the COVID-19 crisis has gravely affected the mental health and well-being of employees. Business priorities and goals all over the world have drastically changed, with key challenges being to keep the business afloat, as well as manage the safety and security of employees.
The social distancing measures implemented by governments within the Middle East region have made people more isolated and uncertain. Homes have turned into offices, playgrounds, gyms, and schools, and changes due to health threats and job losses are not helping to make the situation better. Moreover, in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry, our frontliners had to leave the safety of their homes, and make sure that the food is produced and displayed on the shelves of
Science News Presents The SN 10: Scientists to Watch
WASHINGTON, Sept. 30, 2020
Meet Science News’ List of 10 Young Scientists Who Are Pushing the Boundaries of Scientific Inquiry
WASHINGTON, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — For the sixth consecutive year, Science News is spotlighting 10 early- and mid-career scientists on their way to greater widespread acclaim. Some of this year’s honorees are focusing on questions with huge societal importance, including how we can prevent teen suicide, what are the ingredients in wildfire smoke that are damaging to health and whether there is a better way to monitor earthquakes. Others are trying to understand how weird and wonderful the universe is — from exploring how many black holes are out there to uncovering the drama that unfolds when life divvies up its genetic material.
The tech sector has been trending lower since the beginning of September and finally saw a gain in the past week, halting a three-week losing streak. Lam Research (LRCX) started falling a little earlier and ended up falling for six weeks, until it bounced back two weeks ago and then really jumped this past week. Looking at the weekly chart for the stock, the drop seems to have stopped at the 52-week moving average.
Looking at the chart a little more closely, I saw a trend channel of sorts. The lows from late 2018 and in the middle of 2019 connect with the recent low. The drop and recovery from February through May took the stock out of the channel, but that period in the market was somewhat of a black swan event. We also see that the highs from July ’18, February ’20, and August ’20 all connect to
NEW YORK, Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Yesse Technologies, Inc., a New York-headquartered biotechnology company, announces the successful identification of biosensors implicated in detecting the smell associated with Parkinson’s disease and the manufacturing of its second nose-on-chip prototype developed by nanotechnology R&D partner imec, marking two important Company milestones in building the hardware to decode the sense of smell.
“Yesse Technologies has raised over $9.5M to date and has proven that the team is fit to continuously deliver on its milestones, even in the most challenging circumstances. Having the biggest technical hurdles now de-risked, we are in a perfect position to raise a Series A to take the Company to the next level,” says Dr. Charlotte D’Hulst, Co-Founder and CEO.
Through its proprietary ORion21™ genetic platform, Yesse Technologies combines the unique biology of the nose with state-of-the art silicon technology, powered by imec. Yesse Technologies’ nose-on-chip will parallel how a
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AB Science Presents Phase 2B/3 Study Results in Progressive Multiple Sclerosis at the World’s Largest Multiple Sclerosis Research Conference
50% of patients suffering from multiple sclerosis have one of the progressive forms of the disease, for which there is no satisfactory treatment to date
Masitinib, a tyrosine kinase inhibitor developed by AB Science, provides the first clinical evidence that targeting the innate immune system is an effective strategy for the treatment of progressive forms of multiple sclerosis.
AB Science SA (Euronext – FR0010557264 – AB), a pharmaceutical company specialized on the research, development and commercialization of protein kinase inhibitors (PKIs), announced today that it has presented the world’s first key results from its Phase 2B/3 study (AB07002) evaluating its lead product, masitinib, in both progressive forms of multiple sclerosis1 during the 8th Joint Meeting of
Tula Technology, Inc., a tech leader in improving propulsion efficiency and reducing emissions in passenger cars and commercial vehicles, announced its participation and presentation on its diesel Dynamic Skip Fire (dDSF™) technology at the 4th Future Diesel Powertrain Summit China 2020 on September 24-25, 2020 in Shanghai, China. Dr. Ian Ren, China Business Development, will present “Tula’s Dynamic Skip Fire Optimally Reduces Both NOx and CO2 Simultaneously” at 3:55 p.m. China Standard Time on Friday, September 25. In addition to providing an overview of dDSF technology, the presentation will address the Cummins-Tula 15L Heavy-Duty dDSF Project as well as the FEV-Tula 2.3L dDSF Simulation Project.
As demonstrated through rigorous testing, Tula’s dDSF technology reduces tailpipe NOx emissions by up to 66% while also reducing CO2 emissions by up to 4%. Importantly, dDSF is able to combine improved tailpipe emissions while simultaneously reducing fuel consumption, thus
With the increasing depletion of the earth’s resources, countries worldwide are more determined about green industrial policies. The European Commission adopted the New Circular Economy Action Plan this March. The UK, Japan, and China will draw up a “marine pollution map” in response to the “marine plastic crisis.” These show that the green industry has become a major field of study for human survival and reducing resource consumption. Therefore, the “Sustainability Pavilion” of the “2020 Taiwan Innotech Expo” will focus on the green industrial chain. The core values are “sustainable living,” “sustainable energy,” and “sustainable resources” tied in with “new agriculture,” “green energy technology,” “circular economy,” and “workplace safety” that reflect the four aspects of life. The pavilion will present more than one hundred technologies that can build a sustainable home in the next ten to twenty years.
The circular economy technology ecosystem demonstrated by the circular technology island