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US Democrats have urged elected leaders and party delegates to skip the national convention in August as coronavirus cases surge, the New York Times reported, in what the paper says is “a sign of the ever-shrinking aspirations for their big campaign event in the face of the spreading virus”. In an email to congressional aides, …

To recap on what was just announced by the World Health Organization chief, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the UN health body is appointing a committee to evaluate the global response to the coronavirus pandemic and make recommendations for an enhanced system of global health governance. The WHO is yet to publish any further details on what …

UFO hunting enthusiast Scott C Waring has claimed that he has spotted evidence of an engine on Mars, adding that the engine belonged to aliens who once lived on the Red Planet. Waring said that he succeeded in spotting the engine while analyzing an image of the Martian surface snapped by the camera fitted on …

Over the past few years, Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) has developed a “co-creation” process as part of its product development cycles, most notably in its electric vehicle development. In 2018, DTNA announced the formation of an Electric Vehicle Council aimed at sharing knowledge with other customers and stakeholders. It struck up a partnership with …

The inescapable fact for modern businesses is that data is now the backbone of every organisation. You could even argue that we live in the data age, rather than the digital age. Life sciences – like every R&D-driven business – places an incredible reliance on data.Data is a firm’s most valuable asset, yet is …

More than 200 Australian studies into Covid-19 are under way, extending far beyond the search for a vaccine. Almost every Covid-19 research project being led by Australians has been captured in a report published on Saturday, including studies of breastfeeding guidelines for parents with Covid-19, filter systems to remove the virus via air-conditioning systems, monitoring …

Mysore/Mysuru: ATME College of Engineering (ATMCE), Mysuru, had organised a two-day ‘International Conference on Recent Trends in Science and Technology (ICRTST)-2020’ through online meeting platform on June 17 and 18. The Conference was inaugurated on June 17 by Prof. G. Hemantha Kumar, Vice-Chancellor (VC), University of Mysore in the presence of Dr. Syed Shakeeb Ur …

The software supports graphic designers and print shops to manage various print projects and make the last-minute prepress modifications. The end users can become more engaged in prepress process without any need to travel to a print shop. In addition to this, increase of software among corporate clients will grow which is anticipated to provide …

Tempus, a Chicago-based technology company that offers genetic testing and aggregates clinical information, initially focused on cancer patients. But with the coronavirus pandemic spreading across the world, it’s joining the fight against Covid-19. Tempus was founded in 2015 by its CEO, Eric Lefkofsky, who previously co-founded the e-commerce company Groupon in 2008. But while Tempus’ …

Let’s go first to the rising number of infections and predictions out of Washington University that US infections could pass 200,000 by October. The forecast projects 201,129 deaths due to COVID-19 by October, mainly due to the reopening measures under way, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington said …