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Mouser Electronics’ newest Methods Technology eZine explores the arrival of 5G

first_imgMouser Electronics announces the latest issue of its Methods technology and solutions eZine. The new issue, The Future with 5G, highlights the upcoming arrival of 5G networks, their implications for internet access plus consumer and industrial services, as well as remaining challenges to be resolved before the deployment of 5G.This issue of Methods features articles written by experts from Mouser Electronics, in addition to contributions from the industry’s leading figures. Offering a broad overview of 5G and its applications, the issue provides a detailed introduction to 5G and insightful examinations of topics such as 5G antenna design, security, and infrastructure. The newest issue of Methods also features an article by Dr. Emad Farag of Nokia Bell Labs on the 3GPP Release 15 5G Standard.The 5G issue of Methods includes a thoughtful foreword from Jean-Pierre Bienaimé, Chairman of the Economic and Social Research Institute on Telecommunications. Bienaimé’s introduction points out the challenges facing 5G deployment, while highlighting the initiatives underway throughout the world to address these challenges.In addition to the Methods eZine, Mouser offers a number of resources for design engineers and buyers, including blogs, eBooks, and newsletters. Mouser’s Applications and Technologies sites offer exclusive design resources, white papers, videos, and product information, enabling design engineers to reach new heights product development and innovation.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components Continue Reading Previous Fewer embedded ears, more voice-controlled devicesNext DATA MODUL: new bonding technology for high-volume projectslast_img read more

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Oh so hot! Maaya actress Shama Sikander oozes oomph in her latest photo; see pic

first_imgMaaya actress Shama Sikander loves to tease her fans with smoking hot pictures from time to time. And in these last few years, she has not just worked on her body but also upped her fashion quotient.With each post, she sets social media on fire. Be it her bikini-clad pictures or trendy outfits, she makes everything look sexy on her.Recently, she posted a sultry picture on her Instagram page, where she can be seen sporting a pair of tiny black shorts and blingy bikini top with a fur coat over her shoulders.She captioned the picture as, “Every next level of your life will demand a different you. Stop explaining yourself to other people, you owe no one any explanation of what you do. Your life is yours not their’s.”Shama surely knows how to keep her 592k followers on Instagram engaged.She also posted a few pictures from her recent vacation. She was in Dharmshala with some of her telly friends. She captioned it as, “Some happy moments with friends make life worth living. It was indeed a happy birthday to @karanvgrover in dharamshala what a beautiful place, serene, peaceful and outstandingly gorgeous .. #ilovenature #birthdaytime #celebrations #friendsarelife @poppyjabbal @sonnalliseygall @vandana.kunder @saiwyn @iamraailaxmi @veerygoodman @jamesmilliron @karanvgrover”.”advertisementShama is currently seen in Ab Dil Ki Sun, a series of seven short films. Each film, which is about 5-14 minutes long, talks about the problems that are pushing the new generation towards mental illnesses like depression or bipolar disorder. Shama who herself suffered from bipolar disorder is producing the series.However, Shama is best remembered for her roles in TV series Yeh Meri Life Hai and Vikram Bhatt’s web series Maaya.last_img read more

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Colin Cowherd Reveals Bold Prediction For Michigan This Season

first_imgJim Harbaugh on the sidelines for the Michigan Wolverines.ATLANTA, GEORGIA – DECEMBER 29: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines looks on against the Florida Gators in the first quarter during the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on December 29, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images)With the college football season on the horizon, Colin Cowherd revealed his predictions for several teams from Power Five programs. The FS1 radio host unveiled which teams could disappoint and which might surprise everyone.Cowherd is usually supportive of the Michigan Wolverines, and his stance on the football program hasn’t changed heading into next season.Michigan has a ton of talent returning to Ann Arbor this fall, such as Shea Patterson, Nico Collins and Khaleke Hudson. Combine this experienced group with Jim Harbaugh and that should create a winning formula.Even though Michigan has dealt with its share of shortcomings, Cowherd thinks this upcoming season will be different. He’ll be taking the over on the team’s win total projection, which is already pretty high to begin with. “I’m gonna take Michigan over 9.5 wins,” Cowherd said. “Just a lot of guaranteed wins against the bottom and middle of the Big Ten. I don’t think they’re a national championship winning team, but they may end up in the Playoff because of their returners, their quarterback and their schedule.”Here is the full segment from The Herd: It’s time for @ColinCowherd’s 🔒s for the 2019 college football season!🔥🔥🔥— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) July 10, 2019Taking the over on Michigan’s win total would put them to at least a 10-2 record.Another advantage for the Wolverines is that their toughest games on the schedule take place at home. This includes their annual clash with the Ohio State Buckeyes.Do you think Michigan wins 10 or more games?last_img read more

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CSC Slams Maersk for Dodging Shipbreaking Laws

first_imgzoom After the Danish shipping giant Maersk Group said it would scrap more vessels in the coming years, the company’s plan to avoid European environmental law on ship recycling by flagging ships to non-EU flags was described as “undermining its credibility as a responsible ship operator” by the environmental organisation Clean Shipping Coalition (CSC).As it would need to scrap more vessels due to an oversupply and low freight rates in the container market, the shipping company estimated that it could earn an additional USD 1-2 million per ship by using beaching yards in Alang, India.“Maersk is a European company and should abide by European laws. Suggesting that it might use a flag of convenience to escape EU ship breaking rules designed to protect the environment and worker safety is scandalous, and will seriously undermine its credibility as a responsible ship owner and operator,” John Maggs, senior policy advisor at Seas At Risk and president of the Clean Shipping Coalition, said.Until recently, Maersk followed a progressive policy on ship recycling, including a ‘cradle to grave’ approach which committed to ‘total vessel recycling,’ Clean Shipping Coalition said, adding that the company’s decision to resort to the low-cost method of beaching and to flagging out its ships beforehand undermines not only the company’s position as a responsible industry leader, but also European efforts to improve global conditions.“While Maersk supports innovation in reducing air polluting emissions, this move shows a cavalier attitude towards the environmental impacts of dismantling ships in the intertidal zone. Maersk needs to reverse course on practices that it previously denounced and that would never be allowed in Europe,” Sotiris Raptis, shipping officer at Transport & Environment, said.In mid-May, the company sent two of its container ships, the Maersk Wyoming and the Maersk Georgia, to India’s Shree Ram yard in Alang for recycling.The company said that it reached a deal for the landing of the first two vessels at the yard, which is certified to the standards of the Hong Kong Convention.The move follows Maersk Group’s announcement of its long-term commitment to create more responsible recycling options in Alang, India, as well as help the ship recycling yard to upgrade facilities and practices to comply with the company’s standards as the group eyes cost reductions for its ship recycling.last_img read more

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BC voters getting ballots on proposal to change electoral system

first_imgVANCOUVER – British Columbians will soon start receiving mailed ballots for a chance to vote in a referendum that could change the provincial voting system, but the experience of other provinces suggests the plan will be a waste of time and money, says a political science professor.Nelson Wiseman of the University of Toronto said Ontario and Prince Edward Island have failed to replace the existing first-past-the-post system, as has B.C. in two previous attempts, because the status quo favours established parties in the long run.Wiseman said elected leaders should decide themselves if they want to change a system and not leave that up to voters, who could oust a party in the next election if they’re dissatisfied with the results.“My attitude is, ‘Look, don’t tell me you’re going to have a referendum. Tell me if you are in favour. Are you going to do it or are you not going to do it?’ “Proponents of proportional representation say it’s a fairer way of electing candidates because the percentage of votes would roughly equal the number of seats a party gets in the legislature. Opponents say local representation would be reduced with parties having more control.Vote PR BC and the No BC Proportional Representation Society are the two official proponent and opponent groups in the referendum, and each has received $500,000 in government funding.British Columbians are receiving voter guides in the mail, and ballot packages will be sent over the next two weeks. The voting period will start Monday, and all ballots must be received by Elections BC by Nov. 30.The ballot will contain two questions: whether the first-past-the-post system should be kept or changed to a system of proportional representation. The second question involves ranking three proportional systems, which are:— Mixed-member proportional, or MMP, would result in 60 per cent of members of the legislature being elected by the most votes and 40 per cent by lists set by political parties.— Dual-member proportional would involve large ridings represented by two politicians, including one with the most votes.— Rural-urban proportional would be a blend of the MMP for rural ridings and the single transferable vote system for urban ridings, though voters have already rejected it in 2005 and 2009 referendums.Attorney General David Eby has said that if a proportional representation system is voted in, a second referendum would be held following two general elections to allow for a return to the current system.Wiseman called that “ridiculous.”“My overall view about this is that you ought not to have referenda on these things. That’s what elections are for,” he said, adding British Columbia has proposed too many proportional models that are confusing.However, Prince Edward Island voters will be asked whether they want to ditch the first-past-the-post system in another referendum that’s expected next year.Wiseman said that’s not surprising because it allows political parties to suggest that people have power, even if they’re voting for systems that may ultimately be unsuccessful.In B.C., Premier John Horgan, whose New Democrats formed a minority government last year after reaching an agreement with the Green party, is campaigning in favour of proportional representation.Green Leader Andrew Weaver, who also favours a change, said the first-past-the-post model doesn’t allow parties to work together and make compromises.“If you believe that politics is about power as opposed to good governance then obviously you want ultimate power and you want to have it solely in the hands of a handful of people,” he said.“There’s no doubt we would get more seats out of proportional representation.”The BC Liberal party is campaigning against proportional representation.Andrew Watson, spokesman for Elections BC, said “plain-language experts” were hired in an effort to provide clear information about the referendum options on its website and in mailed-out material.He said Elections BC also sought advice from an expert in electoral systems from New Zealand, which adopted a form of proportional representation in the 1990s.Elections BC will start posting information on its site about the number of packages it has received starting Nov. 2, with the results of the referendum to be announced at an undetermined date, Watson said.— Follow @CamilleBains1 on Twitter.last_img read more

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UNFPA continues push for zero violence against women in Sri Lanka

In Sri Lanka, with support from the Colombo Municipal Council, the Town Hall building shines bright in orange for 16 days, urging the need to foster a safer environment for women and girls.“Despite any political situation, gender-based violence still happens, and it must be stopped. We will continue to advocate for zero violence against women and girls in Sri Lanka and around the world, to ensure no one is left behind”, says Ms. Ritsu Nacken, Representative of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in Sri Lanka. (Colombo Gazette) More than a third of women worldwide have experienced either physical or sexual violence at some point in their lives. The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in Sri Lanka said that it will continue to push for zero violence against women in Sri Lanka.Every year, iconic buildings around the world are illuminated in orange during the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence, a global campaign that starts from 25 November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women) to 10 December (Human Rights Day). Throughout the 16 days, Governments, UN agencies, civil society, and activists come together to raise awareness on this issue that knows no social, economic, or national boundaries.  read more

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Rodman Hall hosts Visual Arts honours exhibitions

Graduating students from the Honours Studio course (VISA 4F06) have been busy all semester creating their pieces for the two-part Brock University Department of Visual Arts Honours Exhibition.Students were mentored by Rodman Hall Art Centre gallery staff and Visual Arts professors Donna Szoke, Shawn Serfas, Derek Knight and Donna Akrey. The first instalment of the honours exhibition: Just Resting My Eyes is currently on display at Rodman Hall and features work from students Denise Apostolatos, Victoria Morinello, Jill Newman, Jacob Primeau and Aaron Thompson. Szoke says these honours exhibitions are vital to students’ education in the Brock Visual Arts program.“The nature, purpose and intended outcome of Honours Studio is that once the students graduate from the art program, they become practising artists. Art making, as a practice of research-creation, is inherently experiential learning,” says Szoke.The collaboration with the professional team at Rodman Hall is an essential learning experience for Brock Visual Arts students. Akrey says the staff’s consultation with each student teaches them the importance of the entire process of art making and exhibiting, and the importance of their individual work in a collaborative event.Serfas adds that the importance of having Rodman Hall embedded into the Bachelor of Arts program is that “it gives our students a distinctive experiential learning opportunity.”Knight says that the audience can expect to see “broad cultural themes with emphasis on the impact of mass media, environmental or social issues” throughout the work created by these honours students in this two-part exhibit.The second instalment, Turnin’ This Car Around, is set to be exhibited from Saturday, April 14 to Sunday, April 29, with the opening reception on Friday, April 13 from 7 to 9 p.m. The exhibit will feature pieces by Rachel Dove, Lauren Mucciarone, Victoria Reid, Brittany Thomas-Clapp and Lorraine Zandvliet. read more

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OSU womens ice hockey looks to get back on track vs Minnesota

OSU then-junior defenseman Cara Zubko (2) passes the puck during a game against Minnesota on Nov. 15 at the OSU Ice Rink. OSU lost, 5-3. Credit: Ed Momot / For The LanternFrom the Schottenstein Center, its temporary home rink for the weekend where it practiced in advance of its weekend series against Minnesota State, the Ohio State women’s ice hockey team is confident that it can get back on track after dropping four straight contests.Despite being outscored 33-4 during its losing streak, the team is remains sure that it is headed in the right direction.“We continue to work to improve in areas that we want to get better, but also emphasizing all the things that went well,” coach Jenny Potter said. “Sometimes people look at the box score and don’t see what really happened.”Getting betterPotter stressed trusting the developmental process her team is on all season as an indicator of their success, and that doesn’t always mean to look at the final score, even though she still expects to win games.“Saturday was a challenge for our team, but I think the way I’m working them, they’re tired, that’s not an excuse, they’ve got to find a way to compete and not give up,” Potter said.The Minnesota State team coming to Columbus this weekend presents something of a different challenge. Under first-year coach John Harrington, the Mavericks are 2-4, losers of three straight. But OSU does not want to stop to catch its breath after four straight losses.“We don’t know where we stand against these teams, and we want to look at every game as if we’re playing against a No. 1 team no matter who it is,” junior forward Claudia Kepler said.Kepler, who scored twice against Minnesota last weekend, is also adamant that the squad has only made positive strides in recent weeks.“We’re buying into the process. We understand that in order to get stronger we have to get weaker and we’re breaking ourselves down, but now we’re starting to build ourselves up,” Kepler said.If the Buckeyes want to find where they stand in comparison to their conference opponents, this weekend represents as good as starting point as any.  The first order of business is solving the problem of the middle frame. Against Minnesota, OSU allowed 10 second-period goals.“I think Saturday was a little deflating after the second period. I thought they were right in that game for sure, but again they’re feeling their legs a little more, and Saturday that second period was a challenge, and you know what, with any challenge you’re going to find your character and figure out what you want to be,” Potter said.Overcoming fatiguePotter said she believes her skaters are the most fatigued they will be at any point this season right now, but that does not stand as an excuse not playing well for an entire game or weekend. “Staying mentally focused for three periods,” Potter said. “The conditioning part, and what I’m doing with them, right now they’re in the beaten-down stage. So, every week after this they’re going to continually get better and get into better shape.”Potter’s skaters are not looking for additional rest before another potentially exhausting series. To the contrary, they are working even harder in search of wins.“We’ve set aside time before practice this week to get out there early to work on our shots and stickhandling,” senior defender Cara Zubko said. “It’s the little things that are going to make a big difference.”OSU believes that attention to detail will translate into success starting this weekend.Kepler described her goal last Friday as “playing until the end,” and that more of that type of effort is necessary for her squad to be successful.“It would build our confidence to get some of those grinder, put-in goals early,” Kepler said.  “Then we’ll go from there.”Potter, who said she believes that the scores of games are not representative of her team’s effort, echoed that sentiment.“I think that they came out there and played an unbelievable first game, they gave it everything they had,” Potter said. “I told them, ‘you guys are a good enough team, you’re good enough to compete, if you want a couple of wins you have to go get them.’”OSU is set to drop the puck against Minnesota State at the Schottenstein Center at 6:07 p.m. on Friday and 1:07 p.m. on Saturday. read more

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Mens Basketball Greg McDermott potential Matta replacement to remain at Creighton

I’m blessed and honored to be the coach at Creighton…..and am looking forward to many more great years in Omaha! #rolljays— Coach McDermott (@cucoachmac) June 8, 2017 Creighton head coach Greg McDermott embraces his son and tournament Most Outstanding Player after their Missouri Valley Conference championship game against Illinois State on Sunday, March 4, 2012, at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri. (Chris Lee/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/MCT)The search continues. Greg McDermott, the men’s basketball coach at Creighton, said Thursday he is “looking forward to many more great years” at his school, an announcement which comes less than a day after ESPN’s Jeff Goodman reported Ohio State offered McDermott the head coaching positionIn a tweet, McDermott said, “I’m blessed and honored to be the coach at Creighton.”McDermott has coached Creighton for seven years, guiding the Bluejays to a 165-81 overall record, and 86-52 since joining the Big East in 2013.The Bluejays were runner-ups in the Big East tournament last year, and McDermott enters the 2017-18 season with the 23rd best recruiting class in the country, according to the 247sports composite rankings.The Buckeyes began a search for a new head coach after now-former OSU coach Thad Matta was fired Monday afternoon. He coached at the school for 13 seasons and became the winningest coach in school history last season. read more

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Football Ohio State still believes in Austin Mack

The Buckeyes line up to sing “Carmen Ohio” after the game against TCU on Sept. 15. Ohio State won 40-28. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo EditorGoing into the 2018 season, junior wide receiver Austin Mack was pegged by many as the next “go-to guy” in the Ohio State offense. With the amount of short-yardage receivers that serviced the type of offense former Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett ran, including redshirt senior receiver Parris Campbell and redshirt junior K.J. Hill, Mack, with his vertical ability, seemed to compliment the new player behind center, redshirt sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins. Through the first two games of the season, Haskins and Mack met that expectation. He was targeted nine times, bringing in eight catches for 89 yards against Oregon State and Rutgers, respectively. That same expectation seemed like it was going to continue during the first drive of Saturday night’s game against TCU. Mack brought in two targets for 64 yards, adding a 48-yard reception to bring Ohio State into the red zone for the first time against the Horned Frogs. Then, something happened. Haskins looked back to what had been his most reliable receiver up to that point in the end zone, a 3-yard slant route across the middle of the field. With an open opportunity, Haskins fired, throwing the ball to a receiver who was known for his hands. The ball hit Mack in his gloves and bounced into the turf. Possibly viewed a a fluke for a receiver known as having one of the surest hands in the receiver room, Haskins targeted Mack again on a 2nd-and-16 in the first drive of the second quarter. Another target, another drop. This happened two more times. Mack, who had brought in eight of nine targets in his first two games, recorded four drops in nine targets against TCU. As an older player in the wide receiver room and one of the team captains for the Ohio State offense, Campbell took it upon himself to be there for Mack, to make sure he was still there mentally despite his lack of success. “All of the guys, we were just telling him that at the end of the day, you just have to let it go,” Campbell said. “We need every single person on the team. We knew it was going to be a four-quarter fight and at the end of the day, we needed to clear his head and I think he moved on from that.” But Haskins knows who Mack is as a receiver. With a close relationship off the field as his roommate, the redshirt sophomore quarterback said he was going to continue to target Mack, continue to trust his receiver even through the trouble. “There are going to be plays you mess up. I’m going to keep coming to you though, throwing you the ball,” Haskins said. “It was hard for him having those drops like that in key moments for that game, but he kept pushing. I relied on him in the big moments and he came through for me.”Acting head coach and offensive coordinator Ryan Day thought the same thing, saying Mack is usually a “reliable guy” with his hands. Even without the success he is expected to have, Day said Mack is not the kind of player that the Ohio State offense can give up on. “When you go into a fight, sometimes you are going to be hit and when you get hit, you can’t flinch,” Day said. “We didn’t flinch, you know, we kept putting Austin back in there and then he dropped one and he came back in and he made a catch and then he made another catch.” Mack finished the day with four catches on nine targets for 84 yards, the most yards he has recorded in a single game since Oct. 28 when he had 90 yards on six catches against Penn State. Day said he knows who Mack is as a receiver: a vertical deep threat who compliments his quarterback very nicely in the passing game. One misstep in that does not change Day’s overall view of him. “We believe in our guys, we know what we see every day in practice,” Day said. “We trust that some days, you know, guys are going to put one in the ground and we don’t like that, but we believe in our guys and when things don’t go well, we have to stick together.” read more

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In full The proposed public sector pay deal

first_imgTHE LABOUR RELATIONS Commission has published the full document containing the changes being proposed to public sector pay and conditions.The 28-page document was published yesterday evening and contains a number of proposals to reduce overtime rates, to freeze increments and to implement pay cuts for those earning over €65,000 per year.The document is now the subject of discussions among trade unions as they put the proposed reforms to their members for a vote. It will be some weeks before we know whether the unions are agreeable to the proposals.A number of unions representing gardaí and nurses have already said they will not agree to changes while the Association of Higher Civil and Public Servants has said it will tell its members to vote against the proposals.Here they are in full:At a glance: What’s in the proposed public pay dealRead: President won’t say if he would take further pay cut under Croke Park IIlast_img read more

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Popes charity aide climbs down manhole to restore electricity to hundreds of

first_img Share54 Tweet Email Image: Vandeville Eric/ABACA A cardinal who carries out acts of charity in the name of the pope has restored electricity for 150 families after climbing down a manhole to access a switch in Rome, according to Italian media. Cardinal Konrad Krajewski broke a police seal to turn the electricity back on Saturday evening in a Rome building, where 450 people – including some 100 minors – had been living without light or hot water since 6 May. It is believed to be as a result of unpaid electricity bills amounting to around €300,000.“I intervened personally to turn the meter back on. It was a gesture of desperation. There were over 400 people without electricity, families and children,” the head of the Vatican’s alms office told ANSA news agency.The cardinal ”was fully aware of the possible legal consequences, and acted in the conviction that it was necessary to do it for the good of those families,” sources close to the alms office told AdnKronos news agency.Pope Francis has transformed the centuries-old job of Vatican Almoner into a hands-on, door-to-door charitable mission.Krajewski has just returned from the Greek island of Lesbos, where he travelled to deliver financial donations to projects helping refugees, assuring both those living in tent camps and local residents that the pope has not forgotten about them.© – AFP 2019 60 Comments 29,085 Views May 13th 2019, 8:50 AM Short URLcenter_img Pope’s charity aide climbs down manhole to restore electricity to hundreds of people in Rome It is believed the supply had been shut off due to unpaid electricity bills amounting to around €300,000. Cardinal Konrad Krajewski Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Monday 13 May 2019, 8:50 AM Cardinal Konrad Krajewski Image: Vandeville Eric/ABACA By AFPlast_img read more

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British Museum Director rules out negotiation on Parthenon Marbles

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram British Museum director Hartwig Fischer ruled out the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece after the Greek government demanded open negotiations on the issue.In an interview with Greece’s daily newspaper, Ta Nea, Mr Fischer said that the Trustees of the British Museum felt obligated “to preserve the collection in its entirety, so that things that are part of its collection remain part of its collection.”He understood the Greek people’s “special and passionate relationship with this part of their cultural heritage” and the reasoning behind Greece’s formal requests and threats of legal action for the return of the marbles. The marbles were sold to the British government by Lord Elgin and have been a prized possession of the museum since 1816.Greeks state that Lord Elgin had the permission of officials of the Ottoman Empire to take the sculptures, and that as a foreign force, the Ottomans had no right to let the marbles go.British Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to return the marbles to Greece if he became prime minister, however Mr Fischer said that this is Mr Corbyn’s personal view and not the view of the Trustees.last_img read more

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Former Clark County judge faces DUI accusation

first_imgA former Superior Court judge with a contentious history on the bench was arrested Sunday after allegedly driving drunk to a Salmon Creek supermarket and striking two vehicles.John P. Wulle, 65, was listed on the Clark County Jail roster Sunday evening but has since been released. He is scheduled to be arraigned on a charge of DUI, a gross misdemeanor, at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday in Clark County District Court.Wulle was a Superior Court judge from 2001 until he was unseated in the 2012 primary election by David Gregerson. Before that, he served four years as a District Court judge and was an assistant state attorney general for 14 years.According to a probable cause affidavit filed in District Court, Clark County sheriff’s deputies were dispatched at about 1 p.m. Sunday for a reportedly drunk driver in the parking lot of Safeway at 13023 N.E. Highway 99.A witness, Lareana Larson, told officers that she was stopped at a traffic light at Northeast 20th Avenue and Highway 99, to turn left into the Safeway parking lot, when a silver Toyota Solara tapped her vehicle from behind twice. The two vehicles then drove into the parking lot, and she saw the Solara pull into a parking spot and crash into a vehicle parked in front of it, the affidavit states.last_img read more

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Couple Missing From Denali Highway Found Dead

first_imgAlaska State Troopers say a man and woman reported missing from a campsite off the Denali Highway have been found dead.Download AudioThe bodies of the pair were found inside a dilapidated trailer in the area after troopers heard noises coming from the vehicle Sunday afternoon. Troopers say there was no response when communication was attempted.The names of the man and woman were not immediately released. Troopers spokeswoman Beth Ipsen says the bodies are being sent to the state medical examiner’s office for positive identification and to determine cause of death.Troopers received a report that Friday evening that the pair was missing from the campsite around mile 79 of the Denali Highway. Troopers say they found signs suggesting gunfire associated with the pair’s vehicle and camper trailer.last_img read more

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BJP MP Roopa Gangulys son arrested for rash driving

first_imgKolkata: Actor-turned-politician and BJP MP Roopa Ganguly’s son has been arrested for crashing his car into a wall of city-based golf club here, police said on Friday. Akash Mukherje, 21, was detained after his speeding car rammed into the wall of Royal Calcutta Golf Cub (RCGC) on Thursday night. Locals accused the youth of rash driving and claimed he was in an inebriated condition. The car broke through a portion of the thick fencing of RCGC, causing a large crack to appear on the wall. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata “We have arrested him for rash driving and damaging properties. No casualty was reported in the accident. His blood sample has been collected to check if it was a case of drunk driving, while the car will be sent for a forensic test,” a senior police officer said. “The youth sustained minor injuries in the accident. He will be produced before a court on Friday,” he said. Following the incident, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP said she has asked police to act as per law and urged everybody not to politicise the issue. “My son has met with an accident near my residence. I called police to take care of it with all legal implications… No favours/politics please. I love my son and will take care of him but law should take its own course,” she wrote on Twitter.last_img read more

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first_img News | Artificial Intelligence | July 31, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Solution Improves Clinical Trial Recruitment Clinical trials are a critical tool for getting new treatments to people who need them, but research shows that… read more News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | August 01, 2019 DrChrono Teams With DeepScribe to Automate Medical Note Taking in EHR DrChrono Inc. and DeepScribe announced a partnership so medical practices using DrChrono EHR can use artificial… read more A nurse examines a patient in the Emergency Department of Cincinnati Children’s, where researchers successfully tested artificial intelligence-based technology to improve patient recruitment for clinical trials. Researchers report test results in the journal JMIR Medical Informatics. Image courtesy of Cincinnati Children’s. News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | July 29, 2019 New AI Tool Identifies Cancer Outcomes Using Radiology Reports Scientists at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have demonstrated that an artificial intelligence (AI) tool can perform as… read more Related Content News | Clinical Decision Support | July 18, 2019 Johns Hopkins Named Qualified Provider-led Entity to Develop Criteria for Diagnostic Imaging On June 30, 2019, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced the Johns Hopkins University School… read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more center_img October 21, 2009 – ScImage, a leading enterprise imaging and informatics company, received a Class II Medical Devices Licence from Health Canada, which clears ScImage’s Enterprise Imaging Solution, PicomEnterprise, for distribution in Canada.ScImage’s PicomEnterprise addresses end-to-end cardiology, end-to-end radiology, anywhere diagnostic reporting, zero footprint EMR image content management, multi-PACS archive and teleradiology. The company also specializes in custom engineering projects for facilities searching for a tailored solution. PicomEnterprise delivers a common infrastructure with diagnostic reading tools for all radiology exams, ECG interpretation, echocardiography, nuclear medicine and cardiac cath. The solution scales to meet the needs of a small single location to a large geographically dispersed multi-site solution and supports vendor-neutral, enterprise-wide, centralized archiving for all imaging disciplines and related clinical information and documents.Radiologists using PicomEnterprise will enjoy a variety of visualization tools, workflow triggers, and streamlined access to prior images and reports. Cardiologist will appreciate the patient-centric access to ECG, Holter, echocardiography, nuclear cardiology, cardiac cath, CTA and even chest X-ray. Administrators will benefit from the web-based tools for administration, quality assurance and more.PicomEnterprise features sophisticated pervasive reporting capabilities with built-in voice recognition based self reporting, voice capture transcription based reporting and comprehensive structured reporting. This reporting platform allows physicians to easily create and signoff on reports in a variety of ways from any location.The company offers a super-scaled version of PicomEnterprise for offsite disaster recovery, business continuity and telemedicine purposes through its hosted datacenter solution called PicomOnline. This solution is proven in its ability by handling millions of studies per year with complete HIS/EMR integration, conflict resolution, reporting, diagnostic and non-diagnostic image access and web distribution with intelligent prior pre-fetching and delivery to existing site-specific PACS.ScImage also delivers enterprise imaging content to other information systems within the health system with a unique zero-footprint, zero-install HIPAA compliant viewing mechanism called PicomWeb. Delivery of images, reports, waveforms and documents using this light viewer supports improved information exchange and interoperability among healthcare information systems. Referring physicians and casual users will have zero-install access to patient information and IT Managers will appreciate its ease of administration.For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more News | October 21, 2009 ScImage’s Enterprise Imaging Solutions Gets Canadian Approval Technology | Enterprise Imaging | July 05, 2019 Hyland Healthcare Adds ImageNext Imaging Workflow Optimizer to Enterprise Imaging Suite Hyland Healthcare is launching ImageNext, a vendor-neutral imaging workflow optimizer that combines intelligent imaging… read more News | PACS | July 02, 2019 Laurel Bridge and 3M M*Modal Partner to Improve DICOM Structured Reporting July 2, 2019 — Laurel Bridge Software announced an expanded relationship with 3M M*Modal, a provider of clinical docu read morelast_img read more

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