Tag Archives: covid pandemic

Launch of the “Meet an Inventor” series at the Cade Museum

Cade Museum press release Modern-day brains share big ideas at Cade Meet an inventor events. Their stories begin in hallowed NASA workspaces, medical labs, and even public restrooms. A favorite of the museum since 2018, the Meet an inventor The series is relaunching this spring at the Cade Museum for …

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The Discovery Shipyard site taken over by a British shipyard

Ocean Shipyard was awarded exclusive rights to hand-build the Southernly 42, Southernly 48 and Bluewater 50 catamarans after Discovery Shipyard disappeared Discovery Shipyard Limited’s Southernly 42, Southernly 48 and Bluewater 50 catamarans are to be built by a new UK shipyard Ocean Shipyard Ltd was granted exclusive rights to manually …

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Macrame Laced: Sisters turn hobby into business during Covid-19 lockdown

Between the sisters of Shristi Jayana (27 years old) and Srijana Jayana (24 years old), the eldest worked in an NGO while the youngest was in the last semester of an architecture license at the beginning of 2020. Soon the Covid-19 pandemic took hold. has spread across the world like …

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After stacking toys in her house, Durham’s mom starts toy subscription service

DURHAM, NC (WNCN) – Necessity is the mother of invention, and Rachael Classi knew she needed a solution to the seemingly endless toys that were piling up her home. So, the mom founded the Tiny Earth Toys start-up based in Durham. It is a toy subscription service. “I saw a …

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Stevens Point Point of Discovery Charter School Adds Grade 12

STEVENS POINT – A public charter school with an uncertain future is closer to its enrollment target and will continue to expand its pilot alternative high school program as leaders hope to keep the school’s doors open. Two years after school district officials reported declining enrollment at Point of Discovery, …

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Aluminum Christmas trees? They are a “homemade” Wisconsin invention.

Visit Manitowoc to celebrate all things Evergleam and learn about the history of vintage decorations. Evergleam aluminum trees are back, and these glittery icons of the American space age couldn’t be hotter. In Manitowoc, the birthplace of the classic 1960s Christmas tree, store owner Cathy Karl watched in amazement as …

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Is fashion ready for the metaverse?

As pixels become the new standard measurement ruler, designers wonder if their fashion degree will fit in the metaverse. Part of the beauty of traditional fashion is the ability to carry a story, using physical materials as a tool for self-expression. But now that the digital space is transforming the …

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NSSF unveils N6m COVID-19 photography competition for young people –

The Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund, a non-governmental organization, has unveiled a special N6 million COVID-19 competition, labeled: ‘WeNaija Photography Competition’, to empower young people across the country. Babatunde Folawiyo, president of the NSSF, at a press conference in Lagos, said the competition was launched to mitigate the effects of the …

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Discovery takes over operations of 19 former Eclipse communities, forms new management company, regional brands – Business Daily News

Richard hutchinson Discovery Senior Living assumes the management of 19 properties owned by Ventas, formerly operated by Eclipse Senior Living as Elmcroft. The company is also making changes in a management company and creating new regional brands. Ventas announced a month ago that Lake Oswego, Oregon-based Eclipse would cease management …

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Kadelle Kréations; Sewing a path to success

Sometimes the things that eventually become a household name are born out of error, curiosity, or trial and error. One day, Alesha Solomon, a young Trinidadian, became curious about sewing fabrics together. Although she knew absolutely nothing about tailoring or even how to get started, she was very confident that …

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PayPal in $ 45 billion auction for Pinterest

Posted: Oct. 21, 2021, 9:32 a.m. PayPal Holdings Inc offered to buy digital signage site Pinterest Inc for $ 45 billion, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday, a combination that could herald more links between fintech and social media companies in e-commerce. Talks for the deal come as …

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CREATIVE INDUSTRY FOR A RESILIENT ECONOMY

Leveraging the artistic skills and passionate ingenuity of the Thai people as well as the country’s cultural heritage, the Thai government expects the creative industry to play a greater role in Thailand’s economic development in all industries. The creative industry is one of the areas highlighted for development by the …

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Katiyo-Mayhew at the Chengetedza Digital Fashion Show

BY TENDAI SAUTA LOCAL fashion designer and founder of Chengetedza brand Moline Katiyo-Mayhew has successfully launched Chengetedza National Digital Zimbabwe Fashion and Handcrafts. The launch was honored by local designers and representatives of the Zimbabwe Cultural Fund, the European Union and the German Society. “The digital and craft fair was …

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Global Fondant Market Analysis and Trends

Fondant: Market size. Starting at $ 529. 33 million in 2020, the global Fondants market is expected to reach $ 812. 35 million by 2028. Based on our analysis, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5. New York, August 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces …

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Do-it-yourself resin jewelry: find out how to make them here

Here are 4 DIY resin jewelry you can try! “class =” lazy img-responsive “data-src =” https://www.iwmbuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/diy-resin-jewellery-see-how-to-make-it- here-920×518.jpg “width =” 920 “height =” 518 “alt =” DIY resin jewelry: see how to make them here “/> In this Covid pandemic, lots of people are adjusting to amazing new things. You can …

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Hands-on experiences keep students sharp during the summer months

Camp Invention is a national STEM summer camp for students from Kindergarten to Grade 6. The program has been in Coshocton since 2009 with Coshocton camps and Warsaw primary schools. This year’s modules included building solar-powered robots, a duck launcher, and reverse-engineering a microphone. In addition to local teachers serving …

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Students learn STEM principles at Camp Invention Connect

Photo courtesy of Concetta Amey OJ McGrudder is working on a STEM project for Camp Invention Connect. Coweta elementary and middle school students participated in Camp Invention Connect, a virtual science, technology, engineering and math camp. The camp is managed by the National Inventors Hall of Fame, and locally it …

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World’s Largest Biomarker Market Invention According To Predictions

Biomarkers Market A biomarker, also known as biological markers, is a measurable indicator of a biological condition or condition. Biomarkers are often estimated and evaluated using blood, urine, or soft tissue to test for normal biological processes, pharmacological responses to a therapeutic intervention, or pathogenic processes. The biomarker reacts with …

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5 things to do and know on the weekend of May 14

Discover Family Day at Vibez Creative Arts Space this Saturday May 15th. This photo was taken before the pandemic. (Photo provided by Vibez Creative Arts Space) It’s Friday in Milwaukee, and here are some things we think you should know as the nation grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic. If you …

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IMF – World Bank must support recovery in developing countries

(MENAFN – Caribbean News Global) By Anis Chowdhury and Jomo Kwame Sundaram Reprint The COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak unprecedented human and economic devastation, erasing years of modest and uneven progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Developing countries now need a lot more support, as progress towards the SDGs …

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What can be done to close the black homeownership gap?

With a 44.1% homeownership rate for the fourth quarter of 2020, African Americans lag far behind the 74.5% rate of non-Hispanic white households who own a home, according to census data. American. In Utah, the gap for the black community remains large when it comes to overall homeownership rates, mirroring …

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