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Daniel Ricciardo: From coping with scorching heat to ‘fighting tension in the body’, how the F1 star’s performance coach prepares the driver for the season ahead

That message came from Formula 1 Daniel Ricciardo at the end of 2017, who wanted Italiano to travel the world with him as a performance coach. The duo, who had met through mutual friends in Perth when they were 12, had never discussed the possibility of working together before, and …

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It’s Equal Pay Day, and this Twitter bot is slamming companies that pay men more than women

Organizations around the world took to social media last week to show their support for International Women’s Day. Unfortunately, but not surprisingly, for many companies, attaching a concise #IWD2022 or #BreakTheBias hashtag to a carefully curated Instagram post or tweet is the start and end point of their commitment to …

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Google AI launches a new dataset generator called Kubric

Researchers Klaus Greff, Google AI researcher François Belletti, Google Scholar Lucas Beyer and several others have published a paper around a scalable dataset generator, Kubric. It is an open source Python framework that uses both PyBullet and Blender to create high quality images. PyBullet is used to train the model …

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Michael Thackeray of Argonne elected member of

The inventor of the lithium-ion battery honored. One of the pioneers of lithium-ion battery research beginning in the 1970s and continuing today, Michael Thackeray, materials scientist emeritus at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory, was named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI). The NAI Scholars …

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Diagnostic accuracy of mercury versus digital blood pressure measuring devices: a systematic review and meta-analysis

This systematic review was conducted based on the Preferred Reporting Items for a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Diagnostic Test Accuracy Studies (PRISMA-DTA)9 (Additional annex). The protocol of this systematic review has been registered on PROSPERO, the international prospective register of systematic reviews (registration number CRD42019118822). Sources of information A …

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Over 60? This Kind of Cardio Can Sharpen Your Brain Fast, According to Science – Eat This, Not That

When people joke about getting old, it’s quite common to hear the age-old phrase, “You’re only as old as you feel.” Well, if you feel like you’re getting older, either mentally or physically, it’s time to start taking action. It’s always a good idea to take a walk every day …

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GNDU ranks 19th in research: The Tribune India

Tribune press service Amritsar, February 14 Guru Nanak Dev University was ranked 19th by AD (Alper-Doger) Scientific Index-2022, among 2,146 universities surveyed by them nationwide. The university was also indexed at the 155th position out of 6,569 universities in Asia. Globally, the university was ranked 824th out of …

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ONLINE: Intercultural Education in Mexico: Implications for the Conservation of Natural Resources – Isthmus

press release: Please join the Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies program at UW for the LACIS Lunchtime Lecture, Tuesdays at noon. Events are free and open to the public. About the presenter: Francisco J. Rosado-May is an agroecologist. He graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz and has …

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What goes in a tenure review letter

The key step in an academic career is the acquisition of tenure. Tenure was created to foster academic freedom, protecting faculty who venture into controversial territory from dismissal. As it stabilizes an academic’s position, tenure is a major university commitment that is not taken lightly. Those who assess professors preparing …

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Ochsner Cardiologist Honored, Free Overdose Packs and Other Metro Area Health News | East Jefferson Community News

OCHSNER HEALTH: Cardiologist Carl “Chip” Lavie was recently ranked among the world’s most cited scholars according to the Google Scholar Citations Database. Dr. Lavie is recognized as the world’s leading expert on obesity by Expertscape and had his 1,000th article registered with PubMed in December. His research focuses on exercise, …

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How to Fix Your Scientific Coding Mistakes

As a graduate student, Steven Weisberg helped develop a college campus – albeit a virtual one. Called Virtual Silcton, the software tests spatial navigation skills, teaches people the layout of a virtual campus, then challenges them to point in the direction of specific landmarks.1. It’s been used by more than …

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Readers Write: Deportation, Ukraine, Mask Warrants, Cancellation of Twin Metals Lease

The story of tenants at 21 properties in Columbia Heights facing eviction due to their landlord’s unwillingness to make mandated repairs is a prime example of what happens to tenants when out-of-state companies are allowed to buying several single-family homes just for the purpose of profit (“Tenants said they have …

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Emerging Researcher 2022: Dr. Cristobal “Criss” Salinas Jr.

Dr Cristobal “Criss” Salinas Jr. Title: Associate Professor of Higher Education Leadership and Faculty Coordinator, Leadership Studies, Educational Leadership, and Research Methodology, Florida Atlantic University. Education: BA, Teaching Spanish, English as a Second Language; University of Nebraska at Kearney; Masters of Education, Student Affairs and Higher Education, Iowa State University; …

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3 Ways to Install Zotero on Ubuntu 22.04 or 20.04 LTS

Zotero is a reference management system and academic network, here we learn the steps to install Zotero on Linux like Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy JellyFish or Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa. Zotero is an open-source, free tool that helps collect, organize, cite, and share research. It consists of two components: Autonomous Zotero …

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A new theory on how conspiracy theories take shape

How do people come to believe in conspiracy theories? It’s a question that Penn Integrates Knowledge University professor Dolores Albarracín has pondered for decades. “I grew up in Argentina in the 70s, during the dirty war that ultimately led to the disappearance of 30,000 Argentines. The climate within the dictatorship …

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How to continue education at home in the midst of the pandemic?

COVID-19 has brought a huge lifestyle change among people and the impact of COVID-19 has changed the way people work, do business and study. From working professionals to students, everyone has made changes in the way they do their job. Students have shifted to online classes, but studying from home …

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How to Make an Essay Plan: An Ultimate Guide

Writing can be difficult and time consuming. That’s why many strategies to simplify this process have been created. In fact, sketching is something without which you cannot write an essay. It helps you come up with a plan to develop your paragraphs and fill them with the right content. This …

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Doctor says evidence is clear – boosters help fight omicron

“We’re seeing 70, 80% effectiveness, depending on which study you’re looking at, which is fair, it’s really mind-boggling how well vaccines work.” NEW ORLEANS – We’ve heard some of you ask, “Why get a COVID vaccine if it doesn’t work against the Omicron variant.” So what’s the science behind breakthrough …

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Birds need water in winter. Here’s how to help them get it

Water is the most important thing you can give birds in winter. This is written at noon on January 2, outside temperature -8 ° F. Water, at least in our western suburban neighborhood, must be next to impossible to find. Except in our heated bird bath, badly named according to …

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The Herculean Effort of a Senior Surgeon to Foster the Culture of Research | Print edition

Views) : All postgraduates and academics are familiar with the age-old aphorism “Publish or Perish” which emphasizes the importance of research to advancing their professional careers. However, until recently, research did not have its rightful place in postgraduate surgical training in Sri Lanka. Many said jokingly: “Good surgeons operate; bad …

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Professor Howard ranks among the top academics in education

WASHINGTON – Howard University Professor of Guidance Psychology and Author Ivory A. Toldson, Ph.D. was recognized among the country’s top academics in education in the Edu-Scholar 2022 public influence rankings. The annual list ranks the top 200 scholars based on their influence on academic research and public debate, as evidenced …

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SHIC-funded UMN project highlights aerosol technologies

A project designed to help prevent the spread of infectious bioaerosols capable of causing epidemics of swine disease with significant economic consequences is underway. Funded by the Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) and led by staff at the University of Minnesota (UMN), work on Goal 1 began in October 2021 …

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Hypersensitivity to Vitamins | EurêkAlert!

Vitamins are heterogeneous but essential biochemicals that the human body needs for its well-being. However, the human body cannot produce vitamins, which must be assimilated through food. Alternatively, their deficiency can induce serious illnesses like rickets, pellagra or scurvy which can be disabling or even fatal. For this reason, each …

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Are you a healthcare professional? Here are some important tips

Personal health Healthcare professionals are some of the most important people in our society. They work to create a healthier world by providing valuable services to their patients. Let’s explore some very important tips for anyone working in this field! Manage health care outcomes A healthcare professional is only as …

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Treat impetigo with ozenoxacin

A study in Frontiers in pharmacology examined the use of the antimicrobial agent ozenoxacin against staphylococci and streptococci in pediatric patients with impetigo by reviewing the available clinical evidence of efficacy and safety data.1 Researchers searched PubMed, Google Scholar, ClinicalTrials.gov, and the FDA and European Medicines Agency (EMA) websites using …

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We are lagging behind due to research proposal writing issues – deplores ATBU

While other universities across the country are doing all they can academically to achieve excellence and high rankings, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) Bauchi does not move with the tide, thus remaining stagnant. The lament was made by the management of the University who attributed its recent appalling performance in …

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Undiagnosed diabetes mellitus and associated factors in adults in Ethiopia: systematic review and meta-analysis

1. Tabák, AG, Herder, C., Rathmann, W., Brunner, EJ & Kivimäki, M. Prediabetes: A high risk condition for the development of diabetes. Lancet 379(9833), 2279-2290 (2012). Google Scholar article 2. Bonora, E. & Tuomilehto, J. The pros and cons of diagnosing diabetes with A1C. Diabetic treatments 34(SUPPL. 2), S184 – …

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Tracy Camp appointed Computing Research Associati

image: Dr Tracy’s Camp see Following Credit: ARC Washington, DC – The Computing Research Association (CRA) announced today that Dr. Tracy Camp will become the organization’s fourth executive director in its 50-year history. Camp, currently head of the computer science department at the Colorado School of Mines (Mines), brings to …

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Zhao of Auburn wins Creative Research and Scholarship Award at 2021 Auburn University Faculty Awards

Item body He still remembers it. It was exciting. Dongye “Don” Zhao was a graduate research assistant at Lehigh University. He received an email from a researcher interested in an article he had written a year earlier – his first published in a journal – on the sorption of trace …

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Researchers sound the alarm on ‘predatory’ rankings – Retraction Watch

Hey, researchers and universities, do you want to be included in a new ranking system? No problem, just pay some money. Tanvir Ahmed, a post-doctoral fellow at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, says this year has seen an increase in reporting – for example from Bangladesh, Kashmir and Nigeria …

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What we have right and wrong

DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis has had a big 2021. CNBC In December 2020, we published a list of 10 predictions about the world of artificial intelligence in 2021. With 2021 now drawing to a close, let’s revisit these predictions to see how things go. Actually exhausted. There is a lot …

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Fauci castigates his GOP critics in first Fox News appearance since October

(Fox Business Network) White House Chief Medical Advisor Dr Anthony Fauci said on Friday he was much more interested in whether Americans stop dying from Covid-19 than whether they love it or not. Veteran virologist and longtime director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has spoken of …

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The COVID-19 pandemic and health systems in Africa: a review of the scope of preparedness, impact and response – World

Gizachew A Tessema, Yohannes Kinfu, Berihun Assefa Dachew, Gebresilassie Tesema, Yibeltal Assefa, Kefyalew Addis Alene, Atsede Fantahun Aregay, Mohammed Biset Ayalew, Woldesellassie M Bezabhe, Ayele Geleto Baliko, D. Lembremichae Geedamane Geehketesdu, Gebremichael Geehketades Baliko, D. Lembremichael Geeamane Temedades Eyob Alemayehu Gebreyohannes, Yalemzewod Assefa Gelaw, Hailay Abrha Gesesew, Getiye Dejenu Kibret, …

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Some Workspace users are unable to sign in to Google Scholar profiles

Google Workspace is Google’s suite of office, professional, and educational services. However, some users have experienced connection issues. It seems that some Google Workspace users are unable to sign in to their Google Scholar profile. When trying to do so, they just get an error message. Google Workspace users cannot …

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How to assess COVID-19 information online: fact, fiction, or something in between

There are so many studies on COVID-19 and vaccinations for people to read and react to. How do we know / decide which study is accurate and useful for patients and which studies are not when it comes to COVID-19? “There is more information on the Internet than anyone can …

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Four WSU professors recognized on 2021 Most Cited Scholars list – WSU Insider

The 2021 list recognizing the world’s top 1% of researchers includes four professors from Washington State University. Business professor Dogan Gursoy joins Clarivate’s list of highly-cited researchers for the first time this year, appearing alongside veteran members, Professor of Medicine Kris Kowdley and Faculty of Engineering Dan “Annie” Du and …

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MRNA Vaccine Pioneer Dr Robert Malone Joins Project Unity as Medical and Regulatory Director

IRVINE, Calif., November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Unity Project announced today that Dr. Robert malone, MD, MS, has been appointed the organization’s medical and regulatory director. Dr Malone is an internationally renowned physician-scientist who specializes in the advanced development of medical countermeasures against infectious diseases. He is …

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who are they and why cities are so important

“Only in part,” D’Ovidio replies. “There is no denying that having good metrics is important for a certain group of knowledge workers. In my case, being an academic, I am very careful with my citations on Google Scholar: if there are not many, I have to do something, send the …

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ASU supply chain professor named INFORMS Fellow 2021

October 29, 2021 John Fowler, Motorola Professor of Supply Chain Management at the WP Carey School of Business, was recognized in October as an INFORMS Fellow 2021, one of the highest honors in the operations research profession. Fowler, who began his academic career at Arizona State University in 1995, was …

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A giant free index of global research articles published online

Technologist Carl Malamud.Credit: Smita Sharma In a project that could unlock the world’s research papers for easier computer analysis, an American technologist has published online a gigantic index of words and short sentences contained in more than 100 million journal articles, including many paid articles. The catalog, which was released …

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Succession crisis of dissecting UI, emergence of a new VC

SUNDAY SAANU Posted 24 October 2021 The succession crisis that shakes the first Nigerian university; The University of Ibadan finally reached an amicable crescendo with the appointment of Professor Kayode Adebowale on October 14, 2021 as the institution’s 13th vice-chancellor. The post of VC of the University became vacant on …

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Durability of immunity to reinfection with SARS-CoV-2

The most effective approaches currently available to control the spread and transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), which is the virus responsible for coronavirus-2019 disease (COVID-19), include several effective COVID-19 vaccines that have already been distributed around the world. Despite their usefulness, there remain critical knowledge gaps …

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What was the real secret to Van Gogh’s success?

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Before developing his famous “drip technique,” ​​abstract artist Jackson Pollock dabbled in drawing, printmaking, and surreal paintings of humans, animals and nature. According to a new study involving researchers at the Penn State College of Information Sciences and Technology, this period of exploration followed by the …

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The durability of immunity against reinfection with SARS-CoV-2: an evolutionary comparative study

Contextual research Evidence before this study We searched PubMed and Google Scholar for articles containing information on antibody levels after recovery from infection with the coronaviruses SARS-CoV-2, SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV, human coronavirus (HCoV) -OC43, HCoV-HKU1, HCoV-NL63, and HCoV-229E, and corresponding reinfection times. We have applied no language restrictions and included articles …

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Gambia: Is Pierre Gomez a teacher?

It can be remembered that in 2012, Dr Muhammadou MO Kah, while he was Vice-Chancellor (VC) of the University of The Gambia (UTG), saw his post as professor questioned by Dr Gumbo Ali Touray, who at the time was the director of international affairs at said UTG. It has been …

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OPINION: Is Pierre Gomez a teacher?

IIt may be recalled that in 2012, Dr Muhammadou MO Kah, while he was Vice-Chancellor (VC) of the University of The Gambia (UTG), saw his post as professor questioned by Dr Gumbo Ali Touray , who at the time was the director of international affairs at said UTG. It has …

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William Jorgensen selected as laureate of the Citation 2021

William L. Jorgensen, Sterling Professor of Chemistry, has been selected as the recipient of the 2021 Citation for his influential contributions to the field of computational chemistry. This distinction reflects the importance of Jorgensen’s work within the scientific community. Citation winners are selected based on an analysis of data from …

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Ammpower takes a new step towards the construction of port infrastructure

Mr. Pattabathula will be responsible for establishing green ammonia factories in conjunction with Ammpower’s global business opportunities VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / September 20, 2021 / AmmPower Corp. (CSE: AMMP)(OTCQB: AMMPF)(FSE: 601A) (the “Company” or “AmmPower”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Venkat Pattabathula as Director – Ammonia Production …

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Does hydroxychloroquine reduce mortality in patients with COVID-19? A meta-analysis with sequential analysis of trials – Chen – 2021 – International Journal of Clinical Practice

The COVID-19 epidemic has caused an unprecedented global health and financial crisis. As of August 2020, more than 20 million people worldwide had been infected; however, specific treatments remain under study. Hydroxychloroquine, a classic chloroquine-derived drug for rheumatologic diseases, has shown activity against the novel coronavirus in vitro and has …

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Dishonesty study was based on fraudulent data

August 20, 2021 IF YOU ARE WRITING a book called “The Honest Truth About Dishonesty,” the last thing you want to be associated with is fraud. Yet that’s where Dan Ariely, behavioral economist at Duke University, is with his four co-authors of an influential study on lying. The economist today …

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Google reveals top SA searches over the past 15 years

Google (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images) As Google Trends turns 15 on Wednesday, it posted the top search engine topics during that time period in South Africa. A review of the list reveals that, among other things, South Africans use the Internet to find answers to pressing questions, stay informed …

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Share data to fuel discovery | VTx

Academic libraries provide expertise in planning, managing, and publishing data to fuel discovery and future research. Recently, the library launched a new version of its research data repository platform, powered by Figshare. Accessible from anywhere, Figshare is a cloud-based platform for storing, sharing and citing research data. Virginia Tech researchers …

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The research on obesity that has exploded

As this 2005 article began to gain attention, a renowned professor of epidemiology and nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health, Walter Willett, had already started his own advertising campaign. Believing that Flegal’s findings were not only false but in fact dangerous, Willett and a handful of his Harvard …

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Science shows the benefits of masks

By letter to the editor on July 10, 2021. Editor:In response to Mr Baiton’s letter to the editor of July 7 titled “Mask Mandates Triggered by Fear, Not Science,” I assume he is referring to a review article published by authors at the Chicago School of Public Health in July …

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