‘old wine in new bottles’ — University Affairs

Stakeholders from the political, research and entrepreneurial communities gathered in downtown Montreal on May 19 for the launch of the Quebec Research and Innovation Strategy (SQRI)2). The three key words in the 90-page strategy document are invention, innovation and commercialization. The government emphasizes increasing the productivity of Québec businesses by …

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Local genealogists make serious discoveries

MURRAY — It’s been said, “You know you’re a genealogist if the highlight of your last trip was a visit to the cemetery.” Members of the Kootenai County Genealogical Society experienced this on June 11 with a trip to Murray Cemetery of the Grand Army of the Republic. It was …

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5 Most Creative Horror Movie Weapons

Horror movies come in all shapes and sizes, but humans are often the real monster. Humans aren’t particularly scary on their own, but a human with a blade or a club might do the trick. Scary movie fans demand novelty, so the same old kitchen knife or lumberjack ax won’t …

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Down with superstitions – The New Indian Express

We humans are becoming more and more scientific every day. This is evident from the continuous growth of scientific knowledge, scientific temperament and scientific systems. The last 2000 years and even more the last 200 years have witnessed a phenomenal growth of scientific instruments and apparatus. Scientific inventions have brought …

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Wait, does Burnham know Sybok from Star Trek: Discovery?

Sybok’s reintroduction in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds raises an old question: what does Michael Burnham know about Spock’s older half-brother? Warning: SPOILERS for Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Episode 7 – “The Serene Squall” Does captain Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) know Sybok on Star Trek: Discovery? The older Vulcan …

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Patchwork maker show returns

Fresh cuttings Sainte-Rose Creators fair in the city center The Patchwork Show returns to downtown Santa Rosa June 25-26 with unique, handcrafted items to spruce up your home or yourself. More than 140 creators, artisans and designers will display their creations in the Old Courthouse Square while a DJ plays …

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Alexander McQueen’s creative director, Sarah Burton, asked 12 female artists to interpret her pre-fall collection, with intriguing results

Alexander McQueen is known for sending art down the catwalk and elevating the runway to performance art. Many great examples immediately come to mind: the Shalom Harlow model savagely tagged with robot arms for Spring 1999, or the Spring 2001 micro fashion drop, the “Vossthe collection. For the finale, the …

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The saving invention of a sandwich yarn | Columns

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Artificial intelligence in drug discovery: an evolution, not a revolution

The following article is an opinion piece written by Andrew Radin. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official position of Technology Networks. Artificial intelligence (AI) is being increasingly adopted in the pharmaceutical industry, creating both excitement and …

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Popular Kannada actress Pranitha Subhash inaugurates Club Antaliea

(Eds: Disclaimer: The following content is a press release. PTI assumes no editorial responsibility for it.)Srikant B. – Managing Director – Sumedhaa Developers, Sanjeev Singh – CEO – Sumedhaa Developers and Kannada actress Pranitha Subhash inaugurated the highly anticipated Club Antaliea and officially handed it over to residents of the …

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Discussion of inventors’ background in expert opinion on obviousness warrants partial exclusion of bench trial

In the weeks leading up to a recent Hatch-Waxman bench trial, a district court excluded portions of an expert’s opinion of the obvious that dealt with internal documents and inventors’ testimonies regarding the “path inventors” to arrive at the invention, believing that these parts of the opinion constituted an inadmissible …

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Woman shocked by ‘X-rated’ find in MIL home

There are wires you don’t want to pull, especially when that wire is attached to some suspicious paraphernalia in your mother-in-law’s house. A woman was left blushing and confused as she cleaned out her in-laws’ closets after tripping over a bizarre phallic object. “OK we found 2 of these doilies …

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Best crafting materials and where to find them

In the heat of the action dying light, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the options. Because in addition to having to dance on the bald heads of zombies with parkour, players will also have to be on the lookout for valuable crafting materials. Craft materials in dying light …

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Senior Advisor-Capacity Building | ReliefWeb

The description: inSupply Health is an East African healthcare consultancy that designs sustainable, scalable and people-centric supply chain solutions. We focus on optimizing data visibility and usage, workforce development, and continuous performance improvement. We operate as a social enterprise, aiming for business sustainability while achieving our social mission. inSupply’s mission …

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How to cultivate a mindset of innovation rather than invention

The global economy and the new business normal caused by the pandemic have sparked many discussions about how businesses will be able to grow and compete. On top of that, today’s talent war – and associated staffing shortages in the tech industry, in particular – is seemingly at odds with …

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Discovery could lead to a simple screening process to predict heart attack risk

Combining information about the pattern of blood vessels in the retina with genetic data can enable accurate prediction of individual risk of coronary heart disease (CAD) and its life-threatening outcome, myocardial infarction (MI), commonly known as heart attack. The discovery could lead to a simple screening process where a risk …

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🌱 Franco-German Cultural Center + Lisa Cupid SOTC Speech

Hello again everyone ! I’m back with your new copy of the Smyrna-Vinings Daily, fresh from the presses. Let’s start this week off right, with a quick guide to everything you need to know about what’s happening in town. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and warm. High: 95 Low: …

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Alexander Graham Bell’s invention was inspired by “Telephone City”

Breadcrumb Links Canada Travel Author of the article: Publication date : June 11, 2022 • 41 minutes ago • 4 minute read • Join the conversation Content of the article It is impossible to imagine how such a vast country, spanning six time zones, could have evolved into a prosperous …

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‘Incredibly rare’ find from ancient Egypt inside King Tut’s tomb has researchers stunned | Science | New

King Tut: an expert examines the grave of his mummified daughter It’s been almost 100 years since British archaeologists made history and discovered the lost tomb of the great King Tutankhamun. By excavating the Valley of the Kings – where great Egyptian pharaohs were buried – Howard Carter solved the …

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10 Best Shows Like Lego Masters

LEGO Masters blends the worlds of competition and creativity in an epic showdown, featuring one of the most popular toys of all time. Stimulating the imagination of fans, LEGO Masters is in good company and there are a plethora of high competition reality TV shows to enjoy. Creative clashes like …

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10 foods that should be Pokemon

The Pokemon series isn’t one to shy away from a gimmick or two when it comes to designing Pokemon, drawing inspiration from a range of sources, including fiction and the real world. There’s already a bunch of food-inspired Pokémon ready to be caught in the games; however, there is still …

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Vivek obtains a patent for his invention of building dome-shaped structures – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, June 9: Vivek Sagar Sharma, a renowned innovator and researcher from Jammu, has been awarded a ‘patent’ for his invention of a method and system for constructing lightweight domed structures by radial formwork.The new method developed by Vivek Sagar Sharma, an architect by training, redefines dome manufacturing …

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Kidscreen » Archive » WB Discovery Appoints New Children’s Manager for Southeast Asia

Children’s screen confirmed that the APAC Children’s Officer Leslie Lee is leaving his post as part of a post-merger reorganization in the India, Southeast Asia and Korea division of Warner Bros. Discovery. It will be replaced by Christopher Ho (pictured), who becomes the network’s Senior Director, Children’s Content for Southeast …

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I’m a Pro at Organization – My Top 10 Cheap Items That Save Me Lots of Space

ORGANIZING the spaces in your home doesn’t have to be as expensive as you think. Affordable products from Amazon have totally changed the game when it comes to furnishing your home in a visually pleasing way. 5 Arin Solange shares some of her favorite affordable organization items from Amazon, including …

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‘Inventing Anna’ Costume Designer Lyn Paolo – Deadline

For Invent Anna, Shonda Rhimes needed someone she trusted to create the infamous fashionista’s outfits. As a longtime Rhimes collaborator, costume designer Lyn Paolo was the best person for the job. Invent Anna is a Netflix mini-series, created and produced by Rhimes, based on the true story of fake German …

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Georgia Supreme Court Rejects ‘Apex Doctrine’ | Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP

On June 1, 2022, the Georgia Supreme Court issued a decision that could significantly impact discovery in Georgia courts. In Gen. Motors, LLC v Buchanan, No. S21G1147, 2022 WL 1750716 (Ga. June 1, 2022), the Court expressly rejected the apex doctrine, which limits the ability of parties to file high-ranking …

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Around Livingston for June 8, 2022 | Livingston/Tangipahoa

Library filled with activities for the week Livingston Parish Library’s summer reading program, Oceans of Possibilities, is open. Adults, teens and children are invited to read and participate in events to win prizes all summer long. All branches of the Livingston Parish Library will be closed June 19 for June …

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Apple announces the winners of the 2022 Apple Design Awards

Apple hosted its annual Apple Design Awards today, celebrating 12 best-in-class apps and games. This year’s winners include developers from around the world who have been selected for delivering innovative, creative and beautifully designed experiences through apps that have inspired users with vision, purpose and brilliance. For the second year, …

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Inventor Simenona Martinez Publishes Latest Book of Cutting-Edge Studies and Innovations

The Studies & Innovations of Simenona Martinez Inventor Simenona Martinez Publishes Latest Book of Cutting-Edge Studies and Innovations SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, USA, June 6, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Simenona Martinez has released two more volumes in her series highlighting much of her scientific research titled The Studies and Innovations of Simenona …

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Mercedes-Benz recalls one million cars following discovery of brake fault

Mercedes-Benz is recalling about one million of its vehicles worldwide following the discovery of a potential problem with the brakes of its SUVs and minivans. And the company has asked owners not to drive them until they’ve at least been inspected. The action concerns cars manufactured from 2004 to 2015 …

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Bitterroot Valley Community Events, June 6-12 | Local News

Ravalli Republic Do you have an event or calendar item that you would like to publish in the Ravalli Republic? Please email your submission to [email protected] Submit the information in paragraph form. Posters and leaflets will not be accepted. Monday, June 6 Bitterroot Public Library, 6 Book Summer Reading Challenge …

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The Fiji Times » A Sense of Nature

Nagma Gounder, the owner of Ecosence Fiji on Instagram is a young woman with a strong sense of responsibility. And with an aggressive entrepreneurial spirit, she firmly believes that if you’re good at something, you should never do it for free. An environmental science graduate and growing art enthusiast, Gounder …

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Artificial intelligence inventions push patent laws to breaking point

It was the real search for a needle in a haystack. With the rise of drug-resistant bacteria, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology sifted through a database of more than 100 million molecules to identify a few that may have antibacterial properties. Fortunately, the search proved fruitful. But it …

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Researchers make a new discovery in age-related macular degeneration

Summary: Treatment with Humanin G reduced protein levels of markers of inflammation that become elevated in age-related macular degeneration. Source: Impact reviews Inflammatory processes drive the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), one of the leading causes of vision loss in the United States. In this new Aging study, researchers …

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Legendary Koraidon Motorcycle Theory Comes To Life In Fan Art

Impressive new fan art imagines what the theorized motorcycle form of Pokémon Scarlet’s Legendary Pokémon, Koraidon, might look like. A fan’s artistic wife has drawn an impressive take on the new ‘legendary bikes’ theory which is now spreading online at Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. The theory arose in response to …

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“This hasn’t happened since the fucking invention of the internet… A bunch of drunken doo***es made these votes”

Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat gave it their all in the Eastern Conference Finals. But ESPN writer Tim MacMahon doesn’t think Butler deserves more flowers. After being one of the best teams in the NBA this season, Miami finished one win away from the NBA Finals. After Miami, which …

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Annel García graduated from the Discovery Academy

Solo art exhibition before the ceremony By Tucker Harris digital producer BIG SKY – Colorful artwork fills the lecture hall at the BASE Community Center as students proudly show off their art on display at the Discovery Academy Art Exhibit. Soon-to-be Discovery graduate and artist Annel García smiles at her …

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Hand towels | 100% cotton, prewashed, 16 x 40 inches | Decorative Bathroom Towel for Hands, Face, Hair, Gym, Yoga, Tea, Dish Towel, Kitchen and Bath

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St. Paul’s Library Board is torn over the fate of the Hamline-Midway branch

A St. Paul’s Library board meeting turned unusually contentious and emotional on Wednesday over the fate of the Hamline-Midway branch library, which is set for demolition. and an $8.1 million complete rebuild. As for a customer-focused public process, “we have been misled,” said council member Jane Prince, chair of the …

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Kioxia receives the 2022 Invention Award from the National Commendation for Invention

TOKYO, June 01, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kioxia Corporation, the global leader in memory solutions, today announced that it has received the 2022 Invention Award from the National Commendation for Invention for its invention of method optimization readout for multi-level flash memory (Patent No. 4892307). Dating back to 1919, the National Commendation for …

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Global eDiscovery Market Overview to 2031 – by Component, Deployment, Company, End User and Region – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “E-Discovery Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2021-2031” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. A latest study gathered and published analyzes historical and current scenario of the global eDiscovery market, to accurately assess its potential future development. The study presents in-depth …

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ANTHEA shares new video for title track of sophomore album Tales Untold, released in August

Los Angeles symphonic progressive metallers Anthea announce their return in 2022 with their second album, Tales Untold, which will be released again via Rockshots Records next August to follow their 2020 debut, Illusion. For the new album, Anthea took the reins of a more DIY approach with vocalist Diego Valadez …

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Fred Perry, the British icon celebrated at the Design Museum this summer

Fred Perry: A British Icon opens on June 10, just in time for Wimbledon, where you can discover the history of one of the world’s most popular sportswear brands and explore everything from the humble beginnings of company in tennis to its contemporary creations, passing by its importance. to subcultures …

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Jetpack inventor Franky Zapata injured after diving 50ft in mid-air stunt

Mr Zapata rose to fame after crossing the English Channel on his device in 2019. Jetpack inventor Franky Zapata recently suffered a horrific crash after falling 50ft while demonstrating his homemade device called the Flyboard. According BBC, Mr. Zapata crashed into a lake in the town of Biscarrosse in France. …

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Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail: Discovery Sets New Series Debut Starring Parker Schnabel – Canceled + Renewed TV Shows

by Regina Avalos May 29, 2022 Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail is set to return next month on Discovery and Discovery+, and the new season will take fans to New Zealand with Parker Schnabel traveling the world to find new riches. Discovery Channel revealed more about the series’ return in a …

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Starco Brands, Inc. (OTCMKTS:STCB) sees significant drop in short-term interest

Starco Brands, Inc. (OTCMKTS:STCB – Get Rating) saw a significant drop in short-term interest in the month of May. As of May 15, there was short interest totaling 25,000 shares, down 28.0% from the April 30 total of 34,700 shares. Based on an average trading volume of 4,100 shares, the …

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‘King of the Road’ receives creative tribute

PETALING JAYA: Inspired by the Perodua Myvi, who has been dubbed Malaysia’s ‘king of the road’, a company here spent two months assembling 1.27 million plastic bricks to create a life-size sculpture called MyBi. Bryks Art said his creation was a tribute to Malaysia’s “boleh” or “can do” spirit. Founded …

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Mass Shooting Trend Matches Invention of Internet | News, Sports, Jobs

Over the past two weeks, it looks like we’re witnessing the start of another filming season. Unfortunately, we are not talking about deer, ducks, wild turkeys or target shooting. Instead, it’s an unpredictable set of mass shooting incidents with multiple casualties. The Buffalo, New York, shooting occurred at …

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A Pokemon fan paints a lamp shade to look like a poke ball

A Pokemon fan turns an IKEA lampshade into a Pokemon-themed DIY by painting it to look like a Poke Ball with a string that opens and closes it. Nintendo fans have been some of the most creative in the gaming community over the years as more fan art, crafts and …

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Creative Resource Guide

The Pflugerville Public Library is returning to offer in-person programs to our community. Many of these programs give our guests the opportunity to work on arts and crafts with materials that we prepare for them. For example, you can create things like acrylic balloon suncatchers or sand art bottles in …

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Absorbs carbon dioxide while charging

Invention: absorbs carbon dioxide while charging Cambridge: Scientists have developed a battery-like device that emits carbon dioxide around it during the charging process. Developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge, the supercapacitor is the size of a five rupee coin and can be made from low-cost sustainable materials such …

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West Virginia Central Federal Credit Union donates $200,000 to Discovery World | News, Sports, Jobs

Tres Ross, left to right, executive director of the Ross Foundation and president of Discovery World on Market; Wendy Shriver, executive director of Discovery World; Michael Tucker, President and CEO of West Virginia Central Federal Credit Union; Annalisa Hall, marketing strategist for West Virginia Central and Cindy …

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Events in Tallahassee starting May 24 – Tallahassee Reports

Grey’s Anatomy quizDate: Tuesday, May 24, 2022, starts at 6:30 p.m.Or: The Brass Faucet @ Midtown, 1321 Thomasville Rd.Cost: No cover.What you will get: Enjoy an evening of quizzes and test your knowledge of the hit drama Grey’s Anatomy. So grab your friends and head to Brass Tap …

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Chip Biz Seeks New Trial After Inventor’s ‘Unfair’ Cross-Examination

By Andrew Karpan (May 23, 2022, 7:00 p.m. EDT) – Microchip Technology Inc. wants a new trial after losing before a federal jury in Delaware last month, attributing the setback in part to what it calls cross-examination unfair questions that prompted a Microchip engineer to try and fail “to compare …

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University of Minnesota receives $66 million to establish new center for antiviral drug discovery

The University of Minnesota has received $66 million from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to establish an antiviral drug development center for pandemic viruses, including SARS-CoV-2. The Midwest Antiviral Drug Discovery (AViDD) Center is part of a network of nine national centers established by NIAID in …

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Habitat for Humanity Community Update: Giving Back to Your Community in an Impactful Way | Local News

LYNNE HAVERTINE KENOSHA NEWS SPECIAL As the school year draws to a close, students begin to look for ways to spend the summer. Many look for CV enhancement opportunities but find they are limited by their lack of experience. Volunteering for a nonprofit is a great way to learn valuable …

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Inventor Frederick Wolseley’s vast legacy lives on in wool sheds around the world

In 1888, the sight of 184,000 bright white, freshly shorn sheep on the dry plains of the Darling River near Louth in New South Wales represented a technological leap forward and a glimpse of the future. Key points: Frederick Wolseley’s design remains the most popular method of shearing sheep Wolseley …

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11 platinum jubilee party game ideas to play

Wondering how to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee? Whether you’ve finished throwing your street party or just served the Queen’s official Platinum Jubilee pudding, why not play some fun royalty-approved board games with guests. As the country prepares to celebrate 70 years of Her Majesty’s reign, the gaming experts at …

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New mural brings a splash of color to Storrs Street stairwell

Using spray paint cans, artist James Chase and a few of his New England College students create a multicolored abstract portrait of downtown Concord in an area of ​​town that often goes unnoticed. On the walls of the pedestrian staircase that connects Main Street to Storrs Street, Chase first applied …

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Letter to the editor: Maine inventor’s car-mounted pepper spray will cause problems, not solve them

I was appalled by the May 18 Press Herald article about a south Portland company’s vehicle-mounted pepper spray gun, containing more than 30 times the amount of a typical hand-held canister and marketed to the General public. What is “Mad Max”? I am appalled by the support of the Maine …

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DISCOVERY: Redwoods use two completely different types of leaves to manage sunlight and water use, say UC Davis and Cal Poly Humboldt scientists | Lost Coast Outpost

Peripheral (left) and axial (right) redwood leaves. | Photos courtesy of UC Davis California’s coast redwoods are even better suited to local climates than scientists previously thought, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Botany. The study, authored by researchers at UC …

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How Collaboration Happens Between Different Bands In The SLO Music Scene When They Need It Most

When the weekend rolls around for Cal Poly students, it’s not long before small halls and homes are energized with the mutually encouraged liveliness of group-fan interaction. Commonly referred to as “house shows,” these events have grown in popularity as a key way for students to connect with each other …

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All These Celebrities Pushing Crypto Aren’t So Vocal Now

In virtual currency exchange Crypto.com’s latest ad, titled “Bravery Is a Process,” star basketball player Joel Embiid walks through Philadelphia while Bill Self, his former college coach, lends the narration. “Even when our path didn’t make sense to everyone, we kept going,” Mr. Self says in the ad, which debuted …

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Dad ‘afraid to tell kids’ about diagnosis after discovery in shower

A father said he was initially afraid to tell his children of his breast cancer diagnosis after discovering a lump in the shower. Former police officer Dave, 64, was vacationing in Florida when he found a lump on his chest. However, he did not tell his family about his discovery …

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Amazon’s £30 wall hack transforms mum’s DIY bedroom and saves £250

Although normally one of the smallest rooms in a home, decorating a bedroom can often be quite tedious and expensive – with wooden furniture, especially bed frames, not are not cheap at all. But if you get a little creative, there are ways to get around these problems and get …

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Constance Alexander: Art and business forge links through the SBDC workshop

Ask any individual or group how creativity affects their business, or how their business incorporates creativity, then be prepared to sit up and listen. Your ears will be full. This was the case last week, during a workshop entitled “Art Builds Business. Business Builds Art”, conducted at Murray’s Convention and …

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In ‘The Immortal King Rao,’ an ambitious inventor leaves behind a disturbing legacy

book review King Rao in Vauhini Vara’s gripping debut novel, “The Immortal King Rao,” isn’t exactly royalty. But on a coconut plantation in his Indian village of Kothapalli, his prosperous Dalit family raises the auspicious eldest son of an eldest son to believe in his inherent greatness. In 1974, as …

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Study Makes Shocking Discovery Says THIS Variety of Milk Could Age Your Brain Faster

Drinking two tall glasses of this calcium-rich drink could strengthen bones over time. Photo: iStock New Delhi: Few people admit to being in love with milk – whether with a sweet twist or with the sweetened milk mixers. They don’t realize how drinking two tall glasses of this calcium-rich drink …

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Aldi and Lidl: what’s in the middle aisles from Sunday May 15

The central aisle of Aldi and Lidl is popular with shoppers keen to find a bargain on everything from gardening tools to clothing. Let’s take a look at some of the items you can buy this week. Aldi’s special purchases This Sunday, you’ll find a range of items among Aldi’s …

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Shawnee resident places third in international quilt contest

By Elisabeth Slay The Shawnee News-Star [email protected] Shawnee resident and lifelong quilter Jane Powers placed third in the Small Wall Quilts First Entry category with her “Iris Rhapsody” quilt at the AQS Paducah Quilt Contest in Kentucky on April 27. Powers said she was very excited and honored to receive …

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Oh when the bureaucrats go marching – Newton Daily News

By Dr. Walter G. Copan Bureaucrats are debating whether to take the patent rights to Xtandi, a prostate cancer drug, away from its maker. Activists have complained that the price of the drug is too high. They argue that because the molecule behind the drug came from a research lab …

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Silver Scarab Item Discovery Stimulating Talisman Location

Many items, weapons and armor from Ring of Elden can be found through general exploration or obtained from bosses or questlines. But there are quite a few hidden items among enemies that drop at ridiculously low rates, meaning players can complete an entire game without ever seeing certain weapons or …

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Library Announces June Programs | OurQuadCities

The River Valley District Library in Port Byron offers a full program of fun activities for children, teens and adults in June. There is no cost to participate in these programs, but prior registration is required. Call (309) 523-3440 to register or register on their online calendar here. Children’s programs …

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UMN Celebrates 200th Startup and Ranks No. 1 for Technology Transfer

The University of Minnesota today announced that it has launched 200 startups since 2006, a milestone in its work to scale and commercialize ideas and inventions from labs and facilities in research on its five campuses. The announcement coincided with a report released this week by the Heartland Forward group …

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Star Trek Online Adds Voyager, Discovery, and Deep Space 9 Cast

Star Trek Online’s latest update features several original cast members from the Voyager, Discovery, and Deep Space Nine TV series. The latest update for star trek online features several of the original actors from the StarTrek: Traveler, Discoveryand Deep Space Nine TV series. The MMORPG has been continuously updated since …

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What’s New at the LeClaire Library | News Bettendorf

LeClaire Community Library For more information, contact Ashe Martin, [email protected], 563-289-6007 Teen TAG (Tabletop Adventures Guild): Classic Board Games (New Edition) Date: Thursday, May 12 at 5 p.m. Have fun playing “classic” games with a new twist this month. Try games like Clue: Harry Potter Edition, Life: Extreme Reality, Monopoly: …

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The Met’s ‘Heirloom Project’ pays homage to its Islamic wing

Silvia Furmanovich designed two earrings and a clutch inspired by three Iznik plates and tiles from The Met collection. Courtesy of The Heirloom Project Text size The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has unveiled “The Heirloom Project,” showcasing more than 20 global artisan brands whose designs are inspired …

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InventHelp Inventor develops a better dressing to protect a wound (LGT-132) | Business

PITTSBURGH, May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — “I thought there might be a better bandage to protect a wound and help it heal faster,” said an inventor from Las Vegas, Nevada, “so I invented the BETTER SPOT BANDAGE. My design can be used on cuts, burns, scrapes, broken blisters, etc.” The …

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Lucky Minerals Inc says trenches from its gold discovery in Ecuador have identified additional mineralization ahead of its next drilling program

Lucky Minerals (TSX-V: LKY, OTC: LKMNF) Inc said trenching at the Wayka epithermal gold discovery on its Fortuna property in southern Ecuador has identified additional mineralization ahead of the next drilling program. of the company on the site. The company said trenching in the footwall area has identified other altered …

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DIY Contra Costa County Library Cartoon Wallet

Free Comic Book Days DIY Comic Book Portfolio Got any extra comics lying around? Here’s an awesome DIY to upcycle an old comic book. Take a look below! 1. Take a double-page spread from the center of an old comic book. Remove the staple first so the page doesn’t tear. …

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