Al Segars knows how to help businesses succeed. He uses this knowledge to help companies implement a research-driven approach to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) that gets results. Al Segars, PNC Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School History and success are the biggest enemies ofRead More →

A new combination cough and cough treatment for depression. Researchers performed an RCT of dextromethorphan-bupropion in major depressive disorder. RESEARCH UPDATE Partial or inadequate response to antidepressants, the mechanisms of which primarily involve monoamine pathways, is common.1.2 Several lines of evidence suggest that the glutamatergic system is also involved inRead More →

Whether they were “first in flight” or simply “first in sustained, piloted, controlled, powered, heavier-than-air flight of enduring technological significance”, the Wright Brothers are unlikely to be left behind in the annals of aviation history. Progressing from the design of human-weight gliders to propeller-powered aircraft, Orville and Wilbur Wright solvedRead More →

Cambridge University derived ‘significant benefits’ from the transatlantic slave trade, although there is no evidence the university owned any slaves or slave plantations, according to new research investigating its historical links with slavery. The research, commissioned in 2019 by Cambridge Vice-Chancellor Stephen Toope, highlighted the huge investments made by CambridgeRead More →

US authorities have subjected Haitian asylum seekers to arbitrary detention and discriminatory and humiliating mistreatment that amounts to racially-based torture, Amnesty International said today in the new report, ‘They Didn’t Treat Us Like People’: Race- and Migration-Related Torture and Other Abuse of Haitians Seeking Safety in the United States. TheseRead More →

Semiconductor design market size Semiconductor Design Market Research Report, 2022-2030 The Semiconductor Design Market report determines the market share, size, current and future trends, challenges and forecasts to the year 2030. It also assesses the market drivers, restraints, growth indicators, market dynamics and risks. Business strategies and potential growth opportunitiesRead More →

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MATHEWS, Virginia – A referendum last fall on whether to preserve the Confederate statue outside that county’s historic 1830 courthouse resounded, with more than 80 percent of voters in favor. But some feared the monument’s prominent public location was still unsafe. So the Mathews County Board of Supervisors is consideringRead More →

Recent findings published in the journal Scientific reports shed new light on the risks associated with steroid use in male athletes. This time, researchers found that bodybuilders with a history of steroid use were more likely to exhibit psychopathic tendencies, risky behaviors related to sex and substance use, and angerRead More →

PHILADELPHIA (September 19, 2022) — Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner today announced that Roland Graham (02/03/1946) was found guilty by a jury of Attempted Murder (F1), Aggravated Assault (F1), VUFA 6106 (F3), VUFA 6108 (M1)and Possession of an instrumentality of crime (M1)for the non-fatal shooting of a 19-year-old Church ChickenRead More →

The Rabbitohs allowing veteran half-back Adam Reynolds to leave Redfern have been called ‘the worst decision in their club’s history’ – but now Souths have been vindicated. Reynolds was seeking a multi-year deal to stay with the Rabbitohs, but instead filed a one-year extension which prompted a move to theRead More →

Post views: 365 Kim Carlson Doug Bigg WHAT: University of Nebraska at Kearney Science Café HOSTED BY: Sigma Xi, the scientific research honor society TITLE: “The Russian flu, 1889-94, a lost coronavirus pandemic?” TOPIC: UNK faculty members Kim Carlson and Doug Biggs will discuss the Russian flu, howRead More →

A few months ago, the Democratic Party’s legislative agenda seemed stagnant and its political fortunes disastrous. Then Congress signed into law several major new laws — including a fiscal reconciliation bill that combined climate change mitigation and accessible health care measures — and President Joe Biden announced an unprecedented partialRead More →

New Chair of USC Viterbi’s Department of Biomedical Engineering. Peter Yingxiao Wang. Image/David Baillot, UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering. Precision Medicine Research Director Professor Peter Yingxiao Wang to Join USC Viterbi School of Engineering on January 1, 2023, while the new vshair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering.Read More →

VSSome things in rugby union never seem to change. Australia have not lifted the Bledisloe Cup since 2003 and their breathless 39-37 loss to New Zealand in Melbourne on Thursday extended that streak. The difference on this occasion was the unique way in which victory was snatched from the Wallabies,Read More →

In early March 1968, as many as 22,000 American students, mostly Mexicans, emerged from their classrooms at seven Los Angeles schools, attracting national attention. The unprecedented event shone a light on educational inequality, galvanized Chicano’s civil rights movement and inspired a new generation of activists, artists, educators and elected officials.Read More →

Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, RepublicRead More →

The “American Pickers” are excited to return to Georgia. They plan to film episodes of The History Channel’s hit TV series statewide in December 2022. “American Pickers” is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of “picking” antiques. The hit show follows skilled foragers as they search for America’sRead More →

The “American Pickers” are excited to return to Georgia. They plan to film episodes of The History Channel’s hit TV series statewide in December 2022. “American Pickers” is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of “picking” antiques. The hit show follows skilled foragers as they search for America’sRead More →

THE HISTORY CHANNEL® MAN’S NATIONAL TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION DAY WITH A GROUNDBREAKING CANADIAN ORIGINAL DOCUMENTARY, TRUE STORY New two-hour documentary explores the relationship between Indigenous peoples and settlers, premiering September 30 Stream HISTORY® Channel content anytime with TV-STACK For additional photography and press kit material, visit: http://www.corusent.com For the TrueRead More →

University of Toronto researchers are providing valuable insight into Canada’s history by creating a free, accessible database of the country’s earliest newspapers. Directed by Sébastien DrouinAssociate Professor in the Department of Language Studies at the University of Toronto Scarborough, the bilingual “Early Modern Canadian Newspapers Online” project is a collectionRead More →

Today in America we stand at a peculiar and frightening crossroads. We are witnessing the growing appeal of authoritarianism abroad and at home, we are being bombarded by social media spreading lies and hatred, and, just two months before the midterm elections, we see our democracy itself under attack. We’veRead More →

JACKSONVILLE– Each week during the 2022 season, Jaguars “experts” – Bucky Brooks, Frank Frangie, Jeff Lageman, Brent Martineau, John Oehser, Brian Sexton, JP Shadrick and Ashlyn Sullivan – will analyze the next day’s Jaguars game. Washington Commanders at FedEx Field in Landover, Md. Bucky Brooks, NFL Media and Jaguars MediaRead More →

The Canberra Raiders continued their superb recent run at AAMI Park, upsetting the Melbourne Storm 28-20 on Saturday night to enter week two of the final. “A monumental shake-up,” Dan Ginnane said in a comment. “It’s usually mission impossible, but now they’ve beaten them at their own game,” Yvonne SampsonRead More →

For biotech companies, much of the traditional drug discovery process is costly guesswork. But a new wave of drug development platforms, enabled by artificial intelligence, are helping companies use large datasets to quickly identify markers of patient response and develop viable drug targets more cheaply and efficiently. . The resultsRead More →

George Washington University will dedicate more than $50 million to fund 14 endowed chairs, accelerating the progress of its academic medical enterprise in one of the largest single investments in university history to support the body professorial. “George Washington University faculty are critical to our mission of education, research, andRead More →

Collingwood’s incredible rise from 17th to 4th place in 2022 has shocked the footballing world – and probably even Magpies fans – as the story of the season. But was their roster just criminally underrated at the start of the year? As Fox Footy commentator Anthony Hudson exclaimed during theRead More →