And Enyala says her time at the college has also given her and her sister time to grow individually. She said: 'For the first time Arianne and I have made separate friends, perhaps because we chose such different subjects. As twins this is quite unusual as we are very alike in many ways but also have very different sides to our personalities.' … [Read more...] about Despair and delight of UK’s Covid exam generation: From the young carer robbed of a university place to twins who scored identical A*s and are now off to Oxford
Inflationary model of the universe
With a limited staff, coordination of care becomes more critical than ever. The remaining employees must take on new roles to make up for the loss. So we worked with the homes and primary care providers to make sure all patients were seen during remote daily rounds. In hospitals, daily rounds are typical, but it’s not standard in facilities where residents typically aren’t as sick. … [Read more...] about How one community improved COVID-19 nursing home care with collaboration and communication
'You've got to chop some people's heads off': Steve... 'Growing up, we couldn't afford to eat and slept on the... 'We got all our things from the Salvation Army': Australian... 'It doesn't faze me that I can't shave my legs': After... … [Read more...] about Bikini babe! Former beauty queen Monika Radulovic is ready to get down and dirty as she has her eyes firmly set on becoming Australia’s next Survivor
"In such exotic physical conditions, we cannot think of ice as we are used to," SISSA professors and study co-authors Federico Grasselli and Stefano Baroni said in the statement. "Even water is actually different, denser, with several molecules dissociated into positive and negative ions, thus carrying an electrical charge. Superionic water lies somewhere between the liquid and solid phases." … [Read more...] about Scientists probe the weird, alien water inside of Uranus and Neptune
In February, sporadic cases of Covid-19 were appearing round the country, recalls Tom Wingfield, a clinician and infectious disease expert based at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. “These were cases that had been brought into the country, mainly from China or Italy. Then there was an outbreak in Brighton [and a number of other cases without foreign travel] and I realised that the virus had established itself in a community there. It was a turning point.” … [Read more...] about How did Britain get its coronavirus response so wrong?
The last Democrat to run a big Senate race in Texas was Beto. He had a lot of money, he showed up at every barbecue, every festival, he was everywhere. Now, you can’t do that, even if you had the money. You are running in the midst of COVID. You have to run a completely different kind of campaign. How are you thinking about that?The military officer in me sees a challenge and wants to turn it to an advantage. And I think that we’ve done that. Texas is a giant state. The first year of the campaign, we were driving tens of thousands of miles. I was always on the road. And sometimes it would take a day to drive out to Lubbock and a day back, to go to Lubbock and talk to 15 or 20 people. And a lot of times the people who were showing up are already supporters. You didn’t have a lot of undecided people showing up. They weren’t going to take away time from their hard work to come and meet a candidate that they’re not sure about. We’ve taken the virtual … [Read more...] about Is Texas Ready for a Democratic Senator? MJ Hegar Thinks So
Covid-19: the current count in IndiaAs of Tuesday evening, India's total tally of Covid-19 cases was 911,629, out of which 573,953 people have recovered and 23,788 have died due to the virus. Globally, the virus has so far infected 13,267,250 and reportedly killed 576,316.Covid-19 vaccine & costMaintaining momentum, Bharat Biotech has started the first phase of human clinical trials for India’s first Covid-19 vaccine candidate Covaxin. The trials will have a sample size of 1,500 persons from locations including New Delhi, Patna, Chennai, Kanpur, Goa, Gorakhpur, Bhubaneswar, Rohtak, Visakhapatnam and Hyderabad.At present, volunteers at 14 locations across the country are undergoing “safety and screening” study to check all parameters, including infections, liver functions, possible exposure to Covid-19 or similar infectious diseases before being administered the vaccine. “After an all-clear, the subjects would be given what we call a ‘naïve’ … [Read more...] about The Speed Read: India begins local Covid-19 vaccine clinical trial; Russian vaccine to debut next month
Some in Government have claimed this is an overestimate as pneumonia had been included at the height of the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Three DIFFERENT daily coronavirus death tolls ‘to be published after Public Health England exaggerated numbers’
Canadian law professor Michael Geist, who has covered such issues for years, notes that other levy plans are also gaining traction in Canada. We've already covered the proposal from the Songwriters Association of Canada that would also bring a $5 fee to Internet connections in return for the right to use P2P services to get music. Download services like iTunes could still charge whatever they like. … [Read more...] about $5 a month for legal P2P could happen sooner than you think
Ganduje was conferred the national honour of the Order of the Federal Republic (OFR) in September 2012 by President Goodluck Jonathan. He was also conferred with the honour of Fellow National Association of Educational Administration and Planning (FNAEAP) on October 13, 2016, in Bayero University, Kano. … [Read more...] about Ganduje gambit?