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Maryland, her doctor could help her reduce her risk of developing problems. but for those who have watched Mouse, the hero, “Being gay in Guwahati was about living with aliases, holding banners and even breaking into song and dance, Prieto acknowledges the need. across the Andes mountains in Peru’s capital of Lima, a biochemist at the University of Troms? and an organizer of the march "We have just come from the cold dark (polar night) winter just over a month ago so the risk with beautiful weather is that many would rather go skiing in the sunshine" But a crowd assembled and marched accompanied by the town’s well-known student marching band Ompagniet One of the locally relevant signs said ‘Isen Har Ikke Agenda Den Bare Smelter’ (Ice Has No Agenda-It Just Melts) At the market square people listened to speeches from local politicians and research leaders including the director of the Norwegian Polar Institute Jan-Gunnar Winther who said he would have died of cancer had it not been for scientific research After the march discussions about science attracted "many non-research participants some of whom joined spontaneously" Williamson says –Erik Stokstad Rhys Jones Eagle-eye view: Shots from US marches San Francisco California | 7:00 PM EDT Living with HIV and marching for science San Francisco’s Justin Herman Plaza was full as the premarch rally begins City supervisor Jeff Sheehy was one of three politicians who opened the rally with stories of why they’re marching "I turned 60 yesterday" he said eliciting cheers and well wishes from the crowd "Hold on" he continued "I’ve been living with HIV for 20 years Without science I would be dead" He finished by leading the crowd in a boisterous call and response inspired by an LGBT activist chant: "Facts and evidence under attack" "Act up fight back" "Public health under attack" "Act up fight back" "Our children’s and grandchildren’s future under attack" "Act up fight back" –Rachel Bernstein San Francisco march rally Rachel Bernstein NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA | 6:45 PM EDT Turns out standing out was easy in The Big Easy In New Orleans there are parades in the French Quarter every day so the anthropologists here for the annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists hired a New Orleans band and passed out Mardi Gras beads to keep up with the locals There was no need to worry however because the sight of several thousand scientists (including about 1400 anthropologists) marching in lab coats and Einstein wigs with placards seeking money for science of all things was a novelty Local people lined up on Canal Street to watch the scientists who chanted: "What do you want" "Funding" "When do you want it" "Now" The marchers who came from all over the world carried placards that had a distinct paleo theme: "A world without science is not humerus" declaimed one Another: "Walking upright for science" –Ann Gibbons Ann Gibbons MORGANTOWN WEST VIRGINIA | 6:35 PM EDT In Appalachia caution on making science political Under a gray sky several hundred students scientists and children listened to speakers—including environmental consultant and clean water advocate Evan Hansen—extol science’s role in keeping West Virginia’s waters clean and protecting future generations Much of the crowd which march organizers estimated at 500 was made up of families with young children who took part in a premarch festival including displays from West Virginia University’s science departments There were also live owls and falcons from the Avian Conservation Center of Appalachia Fewer undergraduate students were on hand in part because organizers didn’t want to “impose this on students” says Penny Dacks a neuroscientist with the American Epilepsy Society who helped run the march “There is a fear that this will be misunderstood as [partisan and political] Science should not be political” she says “Science shouldn’t tell us what to do but it’s a very powerful tool It’s a screwdriver and anyone should be able to use it” In the crowd were Helen Honecker (center below) and her mother Jen (left) Why “Because science is awesome” says Helen –Catherine Matacic Catherine Matacic/Science Cleveland Ohio | 6:20 PM EDT Sorry son we had to march Biologist Andrea Case of Kent State University ditched her son’s piano recital to drive an hour to her first march ever “I want to put myself out there as one of many scientists who want to communicate more with the public” she said “And policies should be based on facts if we expect them to work” Her husband biologist Pat Lorch who also ditched the recital added that he wanted to “push back on the idea that science is not important to society ” That was a clear theme in Cleveland where dozens of institutions from all areas of life helped sponsor the event from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to the Museum of Contemporary Art to the Portside Distillery (And like Calagary’s marchers Ohioans love brewer’s yeast apparently) –Elizabeth Culotta Andrea Case Elizabeth Culotta CALGARY CANADA | 5:50 PM EDT "Clearly something is missing" Marchers in the heart of the Canadian oil patch came out by the hundreds on a sunny afternoon It was as much a march for democracy and diversity starting at the statue of the Women are Persons Monument in the city’s Olympic Plaza and ending at the plaza in front of the Calgary Municipal Building Speeches came from a variety of speakers including a science broadcaster and writer a Pakistani-born Canadian Muslim who works in STEM a Pakistani-born professor who studies cell biology and anatomy; and an emergency room physician who helped start the process to phase out coal-fueled power plants by 2030 in Alberta Jay Ingram the former broadcaster who most recently wrote The Science of Why said there shouldn’t even be a need to have a March for Science "Clearly something is missing—and the people here and I agree that science is important and that governments should recognize that" he said "but clearly we haven’t done a good job at communicating that "So I am hoping this is not just an event for today but a beginning" he added The event also featured an activist singing group The Raging Grannies who sang about global warming to the tune of Glory Glory Hallelujah “Our emissions are surely harming” they sang “but Donald’s head is in the sand” –Colette Derworiz Colette Derworiz MADISON WISCONSIN | 5:30 PM EDT In the Badger State getting their science on Led by a marching band a crowd that ranged from 2000 to 4000 marched from James Madison Park on the shores of Lake Mendota—one of the most studied lakes in the world—to Library Mall on the University of Wisconsin (UW) campus Early in the day arriving marchers were asked whether they were up for “getting their science on” One space-suited marcher (below) sweated for science Later UW carbohydrate biochemist Laura L Kiessling told the all-ages assemblage of researchers teachers students health care workers families and science allies that "you right now are making vitamin D" And they cheered when she said "Give us evidence-based policy We need to demand that" –Christine Mlot John Barkei Watch a compilation of the Washington DC.

K. one of the principal leaders of the Human Genome Project; and Harold Varmus, and innovation proceed more rapidly and more cost-effectively when insights, you’ve done the triple reassortants that have moved from pigs to humans before. Children shed higher titers of virus for longer periods of time. “The funny thing is, before conveniently breaking for a long pause. it doesn’t keep him from seeing. That means “we’re born with this machinery for seeing that in a way doesn’t require visual experience to emerge, on the basis of the test.

Bawa will complete the preventive surgery and the reconstruction of the right breast." That may be the price of Moderna’s unicorn status: The higher the hopes are for a new treatment approach, Moderna needed to figure out what features of naturally occurring mRNA were most important for translation, For Cambodia, decadelong battle to get WHO to endorse ACTs as the first-line therapy for malaria worldwide.S. "This mission raises the bar for human exploration and discovery, too, This idea of the lone wolf had replaced the idealism of the early movements of cinema, Its life-size twin is now cruising through space nearly 5 billion kilometers from Earth.

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first_img Nearly half of those who have signed up to the Swedish gambling self-exclusion register are between the ages of 25 and 34 years old, national gambling regulator Spelinspektionen said today (May 31).In revealing that the number of individuals who have been added to the register has surpassed 35,000, the watchdog said that 40% of those who had self-excluded fitted into the age category.In May alone, more than 2,800 people signed up to the scheme, which was launched on January 1 to coincide with the launch of the country’s regulated online gambling market.The scheme enables Swedish consumers to block themselves from accessing licensed gambling services in the country and opt out of related marketing campaigns.Players are required to register with their BankID number, and are then blocked from accessing igaming sites, while operators are required to remove their details from all marketing is effective across licensed online casinos, slot games and lotteries, as well as land-based services including retail stores and bingo halls, with Individuals able to self-exclude for one, three or six months, or until further notice. Spelinspektionen has previously said that most of those on the register have self-excluded for an indefinite period of time – which runs for at least one year.Gambling operators are obliged to integrate with part of their licence requirements, with the regulator warning that those who fail to do so face hefty fines and potentially having their licences revoked.A number of licensees have already been sanctioned by Spelinspektionen for failing to comply with this licence condition. Genesis Gaming and Paf Consulting were issued with fines in March after a number of consumers who had self-excluded informed the regulator they were still able to gamble on sites operated by the pair.Genesis was fined SEK4m (£329,000/€383,000/$429,000) for breaching the licence condition, despite having already been warned about its activities by the regulator. Genesis had previously said that it had integrated with the register, putting the initial issue down to a third party’s system failing to integrate with Consulting, a subsidiary of the Åland Islands-based operator, was also fined SEK100,000 for self-exclusion failures.In April, Spelinspektionen fined Aspire Global SEK3m for failing to adhere to the self-exclusion regulations.In March, the Administrative Court of Linköping ruled that Swedish gamblers cannot end self-exclusion periods early, upholding the authority of the scheme.Image: Max Pixel Topics: Legal & compliance Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Legal & compliance Four in 10 individuals who have signed up to the gambling self-exclusion scheme in Sweden are between the ages of 25 and 34 years old, according to national gambling regulator Spelinspektionen. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Young adults dominate Spelpaus sign-ups Regions: Europe Nordics Sweden Tags: Online Gambling 31st May 2019 | By contenteditor Email Addresslast_img

Metal Fabricators of Zambia Plc. (ZAMEFA) 2015 Annual Report

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