Boxing great Lomachenko eyes a different catch before he is 40

first_imgLondon: Ukraine’s world lightweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko says he wants to enjoy hunting and fishing and not box on into his 40s like fellow great Manny Pacquiao. The 31-year-old two-time Olympic champion will hope to add the vacant WBC belt to his WBA and WBO lightweight titles when he fights Britain’s Luke Campbell in London on Saturday. Lomachenko, who enjoyed an outstanding amateur career winning Olympic gold in 2008 (featherweight) and 2012 (lightweight) and is believed to have lost just one of his 396 bouts, told the BBC he will retire before he is 40. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over ChandigarhPacquiao became the oldest welterwight world champion in history when aged 40 he won on a split decision over American Keith Thurman in July. Lomachenko is adamant he will not be following suit. “No, I don’t want that, it’s too much,” he said. “I have trained since I am four years old. I was born a boxer. “Always, something has to end. I want to hunt, I want to fish every day. Now I can’t do this as I train every day. “My motivation, my goal, is four titles (at lightweight). After, I don’t know what happens. Now it’s two more belts.” Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced laterCampbell matched Lomachenko at the London Olympics in 2012 with gold in the bantamweight division and he will bid to do better than compatriot Anthony Crolla, who was knocked out in the fourth round by the Ukrainian in April. If Lomachenko is to hold all four world title belts, he will not just need to beat Campbell on Saturday but also target Ghana’s Richard Commey, who possesses the IBF crown. Lomachenko has been breaking records for the speed with which he has amassed world titles in three weight classes, the others being featherweight and junior lightweight. All this in just 14 professional bouts. His one defeat to Orlando Salido came in only his second fight and his first world title bout (WBO featherweight). “It’s one of my goals and dream to put my name in boxing history,” he said. “That’s why I started a pro career and fought for a world title in my second fight. I’m the fastest three-weight world champion, so I do everything for legacy.”last_img read more

Canadian industries concerned about knockon effects of Bombardier tariffs

first_imgCALGARY – The U.S. Department of Commerce’s decision this week to slap major tariffs on Bombardier has raised concerns about ripple effects across Canada’s trade exposed industries.Jean Simard, president of the Aluminium Association of Canada, said the decision to impose duties of 220 per cent on Bombardier’s CSeries jets creates uncertainty across the manufacturing sector, including those supplying raw materials.“This very strong signal of enforcement by the U.S. administration adds up to a very volatile business environment, which nobody likes.”He said the aggressive move threatens to disrupt the well-integrated manufacturing processes, with industries like aluminum smelting possibly hit by collateral damage from the trade talks.“When you start tweaking the rules, the complexity of the consequences can be phenomenal,” said Simard.“Any decision of this kind certainly sends a tremor through the supply chain throughout North America.”Unifor president Jerry Dias said the Bombardier tariff is the latest U.S. move against many of Canada’s key industries.“They’re going after Bombardier, they’re talking about steel, aluminum, so there’s a whole bunch of balls in the air right now.”“They are going after the heart of so many of our industries, so ultimately we need to find a remedy, and I would suggest that has to be fairly quickly before this thing continues to digress,” said Dias.The concerns for business come as the third round of North American free trade talks wrapped up in Ottawa Wednesday, with little progress on key issues like domestic content requirements in manufacturing.Canadian softwood-lumber producers have already felt the impact of the tactics with the U.S. imposing tariffs on imports earlier this year.A spokesman for the Forest Products Association of Canada said the group had no comment on what the Bombardier tariffs might mean for their efforts to resolve their impasse with the U.S.Bernard Wolf, an economics professor at York University’s Schulich School of Business, said the U.S. tactics are misguided as they can do real damage to a system that’s benefited everyone.“There are supply chains that have been established, particularly in the automotive industry, that you can really mess up.”Wolf said the latest tariffs show the U.S. is looking to take advantage of any perceived subsidies or unfairness in the system.“This certainly is a red flag in terms of the Americans looking for other areas where there are subsidies,” he said.“The whole administration is trying to be more aggressive wherever it can. It’s very much America first.”Ian Lee, an associate professor at Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business, said the moves against open trade go much deeper than U.S. President Donald Trump, and that he’s tapping into greater frustration about perceived negative effects of trade deals.“He’s decided he’s going to go after those parts of the NAFTA agreement that have disadvantaged the United States.”Lee said Canada has long protected airlines, banking, telecoms and especially dairy through supply management while pushing for open access to the U.S. markets, and the U.S. is now pushing back.“We’re approaching a Rubicon, where the Americans are saying here’s our line in the sand, here’s the things we want. And they are going to get it or walk away.”Graham Lloyd, CEO of the Dairy Farmers of Ontario, said, however, that he has faith the federal government will continue to stand up for the dairy industry, despite U.S. dairy farmers being desperate to access the Canadian market.“We don’t have any reason to have doubt the government wants to and will continue to protect us.”While it’s not clear what concessions or policy changes might result from the trade disputes, Simard at the aluminium association says the disputes themselves are making it very difficult for industries to make any sort of long-term plans and investments.“We’re just having layers of uncertainty upon layers of uncertainty,” he said. “You have to be able to see down the road. Right now we don’t see the road.”last_img read more

CILANTRO RUBBED ROAST CHICKEN

first_imgIngredients Chicken Breast 250 g Vegetables 80 g Lyonnaise Potato 80 g Strawberry & Grapes Emulsion 30 ml Fresh Coriander 20 g Chopped Parsley 5 g Olive Oil 10 ml Chopped Garlic 10 g Salt to taste Crushed Black Pepper 2 g Also Read – PUMPKIN MASH, TAMATAR RASSAPreparation Marinate the chicken breast with fresh coriander and garlic paste; add seasoning, keep aside for 30 minutes. Grill the chicken breast, vegetables and lyonnaise potato. Now, arrange the grilled chicken breast on a plate with grilled vegeables and lyonnaise potatoes. Pour strawberry and grapes emulsion, garnish with sprig of parsley or herb. (Courtesy: Chef Aashish Joshi, Jaypee Siddharth, New Delhi)last_img

CCD detains journalists

Aravinda and Chinthaka were later detained and their equipment including mobile phones were also taken away by CCD officers.However after several minutes Aravinda demanded to speak to police spokesman Ajith Rohana.A complaint was later lodged with the police spokesman over the incident and the CCD subsequently released  Aravinda and Chinthaka. Aravinda and Chinthaka had however explained that they were only taking visuals of the Randiva newspaper Editor and journalist entering the CCD office to give their statements on the Hirunika Premachandra case and that as journalists they had every right to do so.However the CCD officers had said that they had no right to take visuals of anyone entering the CCD building. Meanwhile statements were recorded from the Randiva newspaper Editor and a journalist from the newspaper over an article which had appeared in the newspaper claiming that the life of Hirunika Premachandra was at risk. Aravinda and Chinthaka were taking visuals of the Randiva newspaper Editor and journalist entering the CCD building to give their statements when CCD officers detained Aravinda and Chinthaka. The CCD officers had said that they were given instructions to detain them for taking pictures and visuals of the CCD building. The Colombo Crimes Division (CCD) detained two journalists this morning for taking visuals and images outside the CCD office in Dematagoda.Swarnavahini video cameraman/journalist Indika Sri Aravinda and Randiva newspaper photographer Sajeewa Chinthaka were on duty covering the CCD attempting to quiz the Randiva newspaper Editor and a journalist from the newspaper over a death threat to Hirunika Premachandra, daughter of slain politician Bharatha Lakshman Premachandra. Hirunika Premachandra had lodged a complaint with the police after the newspaper article was published.  (Colombo Gazette) read more

Angel of Burundi awarded refugee prize cosponsored by UN

A woman known as the “Angel of Burundi” for her dedication to saving and educating children in her war-torn country was last night awarded the 2005 Nansen Refugee Award, presented by a United Nations refugee official and a member of the Belgian royal family at a ceremony in Brussels.Marguerite Barankitse, a Burundian Tutsi who sheltered her seven adopted Hutu and Tutsi children throughout the massacres of the civil war and went on to assist 10,000 more by founding three centres for traumatized children, was presented with the prize in the Concert Noble by Princess Mathilde of Belgium and Wendy Chamberlin, the Deputy High Commissioner of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Accepting the award, Ms. Barankitse said her work was inspired by one single goal: peace. “Accept your fellow man, sit down together, make this world a world of brothers and sisters,” she said. Among the many people she helped were Burundian refugees returning to their country after a long exile in Tanzania.The Deputy High Commissioner applauded Ms. Barankitse’s contribution to building a more peaceful world by teaching children of all ethnic origins that co-existence is possible. “Throughout her work with her organisation, Maison Shalom, Marguerite Barankitse sends a message of hope for the future,” said Ms. Chamberlin. “Her actions are clear evidence that individual courage and commitment can make a difference in our world.”High Commissioner António Guterres, who was on mission in Uganda, sent a videotaped message congratulating Ms. Barankitse with the award: “Your story is a shining example to those who may have lost everything that there are still wonderful people in this world who deeply care about others.”Created in 1954, the Nansen Refugee Award is named after Fridtjof Nansen, the Norwegian explorer who was the League of Nations’ High Commissioner for Refugees. As such, he was the world’s first international refugee official. The prize is given annually to individuals or organizations to honour distinguished service in the cause of refugees. The winner is selected each year by a Committee composed of the governments of Norway and Switzerland, UNHCR, the Council of Europe and the International Council of Voluntary Agencies. Last year’s prize went to the Russian non-governmental organization (NGO), Memorial Human Rights Center. read more

Man 19 arrested after €500000 cocaine seizure in Kildare

first_img GARDAÍ HAVE ARRESTED a man after they seized €500,000 worth of cocaine in Maynooth, Kildare, this afternoon.Officers from the Garda National Drugs & Organised Crime Bureau targeting serious criminal activity in the Dublin and Kildare regions stopped a vehicle at around 1.30pm this afternoon.Cocaine, subject to analysis, was seized with an estimated street value of €500,000.A garda spokesman said: “A 19-year-old man was arrested in connection with this investigation and is currently detained at Leixlip Garda Station under the provisions of Section 2- Criminal Justice (Drug Trafficking) Act 1996.”Read: Two handguns, ammo and cannabis seized at Finglas house > Share66 Tweet Email2 Image: Garda Press Office Feb 15th 2018, 6:39 PM Image: Garda Press Office Man (19) arrested after €500,000 cocaine seizure in Kildare He was arrested around 1.30pm this afternoon. https://jrnl.ie/3854585 Thursday 15 Feb 2018, 6:39 PM 12 Comments 37,087 Views By Garreth MacNamee Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Quand les couleurs rendent notre assiette attrayante

first_imgQuand les couleurs rendent notre assiette attrayanteSi le temps n’est pas au beau fixe ces jours-ci, le printemps est bel et bien là et les étals ont commencé à se remplir des légumes et fruits d’été. L’occasion de rajouter de la couleur dans nos assiettes : un facteur important dans l’alimentation comme l’explique aujourd’hui notre chroniqueuse nutritionniste Isabelle Mallet. “Avec l’arrivée du printemps, toute la nature s’ouvre pour nous offrir ce qu’elle a de meilleur en termes de couleurs… mais pas seulement. La nature est ainsi faite que plus elle avance vers l’été et le soleil, plus les fruits qu’elle nous propose, vont être chargés d’antioxydants, protecteurs du vieillissement des cellules soumises aux agressions des UV. Ces fruits de saison sont également souvent très riches en bêta-carotène qui nourrit les cellules de notre peau pour lui permettre de “foncer” et mieux se protéger des agressions du soleil ! Je parle bien entendu des melons, pèches, abricot, nectarine, baies (groseilles, framboises)… Une belle histoire entre l’homme et la nature.Mais aujourd’hui la science nous emmène un peu plus loin. En effet, une équipe de chercheurs anglais et américains a cherché à étudier s’il existait des différences de consommation entre les enfants et les adultes en termes de présentation des aliments dans l’assiette, aussi bien sur le nombre d’items, que sur les combinaisons de couleurs. Deux études ont ainsi été menées successivement sur les préférences alimentaires : une chez des enfants et une chez des adultes. Dans la première étude, les chercheurs ont interrogé un échantillon de 23 enfants dont 15 filles, âgés de 5 à 12 ans, dans un camp de vacances d’été aux Etats-Unis. Dans la deuxième étude, 46 adultes de plus de 26 ans, dont 25 femmes, ont été recrutés. Tous les adultes étaient étudiants ou employés de l’Université de Cornell. Des photos de combinaisons d’aliments présentés sur une assiette ont été présentées aux sujets. Les photos se différenciaient par le nombre d’aliments dans l’assiette, leur position et la combinaison des items ou encore le contenu des assiettes (plus ou moins remplies). La diversité d’aliments et de couleurs privilégiée par les enfants Les résultats montrent que les enfants et les adultes n’ont pas les mêmes préférences pour la présentation des aliments. Jusque-là pas vraiment de surprise, le plus intéressant vient ensuite : les enfants ont considéré qu’une “assiette idéale” était composée de 7 aliments différents, avec 6 couleurs différentes, ce qui montre une forte attractivité pour une diversité de couleur, de forme et d’aliments ! Au contraire, les adultes préféraient une assiette composée de 3 couleurs différentes, avec 3 aliments différents. On peut donc conclure que le choix et la diversité alimentaire, aussi bien en termes de couleurs que de nombre d’items semblent très importants pour les enfants, et bien plus que pour les adultes. Il me vient alors une interrogation, les légumes et les fruits, ne sont-ils pas de couleurs ? Gardons donc nos réticences d’adultes et multiplions les couleurs dans les assiettes de nos enfants.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Bon évidemment le mode vapeur est à proscrire, il faut penser aux sauces aux petites herbes, à l’onctuosité de la crème, au craquant du gratin… et la présentation aussi. Des animaux aux paysages, l’assiette peut devenir un vrai terrain artistique, si c’est pour la bonne cause. Travaillons donc ces légumes et ces fruits avec amour en suivant les saisons pour profiter de tout ce qu’ils ont à nous offrir. Et vous, quel est votre secret ?”Isabelle Mallet Le 21 avril 2012 à 17:05 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Weather Eye Breezy showery unsettled skies as far as the forecaster can

first_imgWith our continued blustery weather this spring, many folks are wondering if it will be a repeat of last year. Green tomato summer in the offing? It certainly looks like it at this point in time. More unsettled conditions are in the extended forecast, with only brief interludes of sunshine.More rain should come later on Wednesday and into Thursday, with a good half-inch or more on the charts for Vancouver. And also more moderate snows in the Cascades. Never ends, eh? Looking at computer models late Monday, it appeared we could squeeze out a nice weekend later this week but of course those ducky sunny icons on the extended forecast keep on moving. We’ll see. If it does end up being nice it would be cooler than what we had last Saturday — in the 60s, not the 70s.And speaking of Saturday, it was just plain fantastic. I managed a few moments to lie out in the sunshine between inside chores. Decided to postpone my trip to the garden center for some potted plants to set outside; plenty of time for that. I will give you the same old warning about clearing skies overnight this Friday through Sunday if high pressure abounds. Yep, without the cloud blanket, there’s a good chance again of scattered frost, especially in the colder locations, and you know where you live.Monday’s weather system brought some strong gusty winds along the Oregon coast, with reports as high as 80 mph. Inland winds were strongest in the southern Willamette Valley, with reports of over 50 mph. Locally? Just typical March-like breezes with gusts to 25-35 mph.last_img read more

Sesame Street invades Game of Thrones Westworld for good cause

first_img Game of Thrones HBO Westworld 0 Tags There’s a dissonance that comes from seeing beloved Sesame Street muppets engaging with some of television’s deadliest characters. No blood is shed and respect wins the day, giving us feel-good alternate timelines that depart significantly from the grim and gory stories we’re used to.Now can we all just hug? Share your voice Season 8 premiere slays show’s own viewer record Premiere recap: Reunions, dragons and Bran is always watching Game of Thrones returns 57 Photoscenter_img Game of Thrones stars, from season 1 through today The Westworld video is called “Respect World” and features Jeffrey Wright (Bernard) and Evan Rachel Wood (Dolores) sitting inside a lab room when Cookie Monster arrives. He calls Dolores “robot lady” and delivers a lecture on respect illustrated through the sharing of a cookie.  Be sure to stick around for the Sesame Street theme rendered by a player piano manned by the Two-Headed Monster. The footage starts off like a normal Game of Thrones scenario as Cersei and Tyrion argue. Elmo, dressed in armor, shows up to talk the pair through their issues. The video is meant to highlight the importance of respecting one another, even in the case of sworn enemies. It wraps ups with a joke about the meaning of “toast.” While the Sesame Street crossover isn’t canon, those of us pining for a happily-ever-after ending for all the residents of Game of Thrones can pretend it is. Besides, a fuzzy red bug-eyed creature isn’t any more fantastical than a bunch of dragons. Post a comment Enlarge ImageCookie Monster takes his chances in Westworld. Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET Cersei Lannister and Tyrion Lannister might be siblings, but there’s not much love between them. They may never have warm feelings, but they can at least respect each other. They just need a little help from furry red Elmo from Sesame Street.Bernard and Dolores from Westworld also have plenty to say to each other about violent delights having violent ends, but Cookie Monster can convince them to see their conflicts a little differently.HBO airs Game of Thrones, Sesame Street and Westworld. That’s why we now have some unlikely crossovers timed for the children show’s 50th anniversary celebration. One video, titled “Sesame Street: Respect is Coming,” brings together Cersei (Lena Headey), Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) and Elmo to resolve a tense scene.  TV and Movieslast_img read more

Locals motorists fume over bad road

first_imgOld Alwal: Resident of St.Michael School lane in Old Alwal demanded a cement concrete road in their locality. Due to the negligence of the governance, roads are not laid with the result that residents are facing hardships. Around 200 families reside in the area and bad condition of the road is endangering more than 300 school-going students.The uneven stretch is creating a big trouble to the commuters every time. This road witnesses a huge amount of traffic flow towards the main roads and other routes. Many people fall off vehicles due to slippery mud. Numerous minor accidents have occurred on this road in the past. Two-wheeler riders are the worst affected. Adding to the bad condition of the roads, poor illumination on this stretch at nights is another problem that people need to face, the stretch is nothing but a heap of sand and soil, broken bricks and broken debris. Also Read – With 61 feet high, Khairatabad Ganesh claimed to be tallest idol in India Advertise With Us “Motorcyclists can be seen applying brakes suddenly due to fully occupied potholes at these troublesome roads and being affected with injuries,” rue commuters, while speaking to The Hans India here on Sunday. “This stretch is not only affecting motorists but also school students. Pedestrians are facing immense hardships to walk on it,” said Sunil Ainlod. Pallaban, a shopkeeper, said they had complained about this issue to the concerned officials, but no action was taken. The locals of this area say it is very difficult to travel on these roads and that they have been facing extreme inconveniences for months.last_img read more

Arrest business by cops takes serious turn

first_imgBNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Wednesday alleged that the ‘arrest business’ by law enforcers has now become routine tasks as a reign of terror has been established in the country, reports UNB.”The evil tricks to arrest and harass opposition activists have now taken a serious turn. The Awami League government has continued inexpressible repressions on opposition leaders and activists after usurping power by force through stanching people’s voting rights,” he said.In a statement, the BNP leader further said, “A reign of terror has been established in the country through repression on leaders and activists of BNP and other opposition parties after arresting them in false case. The arrest business by law enforcers has now become an order of a day.”Fakhrul alleged that BNP leaders and workers are passing through miserable time in fear of arrest in ‘fabricated’ cases.The statement was issued protesting and condemning the arrest of BNP national executive committee member Sheikh Mohammad Shamim.The BNP secretary general said Shamim was subjected to the government’s political vengeance.He demanded the government immediately release the BNP executive committee member after withdrawing ‘politically motivated’ cases filed against him.last_img read more

Curiosity finds rocks that might point to a continental crust on Mars

first_img Explore further Geologic study suggests Earth’s tectonic activity peaked 1.1 billion years ago Igneous clast named Harrison embedded in a conglomerate rock in Gale crater, Mars, shows elongated light-toned feldspar crystals. The mosaic merges an image from Mastcam with higher-resolution images from ChemCam’s Remote Micro-Imager. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/LANL/IRAP/U. Nantes/IAS/MSSS. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. The findings do not confirm magmatic activity on the planet or the existence of tectonic plates, the researchers acknowledge, they simply suggest it might have been a possibility. The rock samples could have come to be the way they are, for example, by the partial melting of basalts as they sank back into the crust. As always, more research will be needed to truly understand the history of the rocks. Diversity of rock textures. Credit: Nature Geoscience (2015) doi:10.1038/ngeo2474 More information: In situ evidence for continental crust on early Mars, Nature Geoscience (2015) DOI: 10.1038/ngeo2474AbstractUnderstanding of the geologic evolution of Mars has been greatly improved by recent orbital, in situ and meteorite data, but insights into the earliest period of Martian magmatism (4.1 to 3.7 billion years ago) remain scarce9. The landing site of NASA’s Curiosity rover, Gale crater, which formed 3.61 billion years ago within older terrain, provides a window into this earliest igneous history. Along its traverse, Curiosity has discovered light-toned rocks that contrast with basaltic samples found in younger regions. Here we present geochemical data and images of 22 specimens analysed by Curiosity that demonstrate that these light-toned materials are feldspar-rich magmatic rocks. The rocks belong to two distinct geochemical types: alkaline compositions containing up to 67 wt% SiO2 and 14 wt% total alkalis (Na2O + K2O) with fine-grained to porphyritic textures on the one hand, and coarser-grained textures consistent with quartz diorite and granodiorite on the other hand. Our analysis reveals unexpected magmatic diversity and the widespread presence of silica- and feldspar-rich materials in the vicinity of the landing site at Gale crater. Combined with the identification of feldspar-rich rocks elsewhere and the low average density of the crust in the Martian southern hemisphere, we conclude that silica-rich magmatic rocks may constitute a significant fraction of ancient Martian crust and may be analogous to the earliest continental crust on Earth.Press releasecenter_img (Phys.org)—A team of researchers from the U.S., France and the U.K. is reporting that data sent back by the Mars rover Curiosity suggests that the Red Planet may have once had a continental crust similar to that found back here on planet Earth. In their paper published in the journal Nature Geoscience, the team describes their analysis of data describing 20 rocks that had been probed by the rover, and why their findings suggest a different history for the planet than has been thought. With all the excitement and news coming from the New Horizons probe as it conducts a flyby of Pluto, it is easy to forget that the Mars rover Curiosity is still active and still sending back valuable information. In this latest bit of news, researchers studying data sent back from the probe believe they have found evidence that suggests that rather than a lack of magmatic planetary activity, which should have been evident in rock samples showing mostly basalt, rock samples are full of silica and have a rich composition.The light-colored rock samples are from an area inside the Gale Crater (in the southern hemisphere near Mount Sharp) and have been dated back to approximately 3.6 billion years ago. The researchers describe the rocks as looking like mineral composition samples taken from Earth, a huge departure from the dark basalt that was expected. The similarity suggests the planet may once have experienced plate tectonics similar to that on Earth. Up until now, the assumption has been that Mars did not have magmatic activity, which it is believed would have been necessary for the development of plates. That would have left the surface covered with basalt, similar to the situation at the bottom of our own world’s oceans. The researchers note that for some of the rocks the ingredients are actually very similar to some of the oldest continental materials on Earth. © 2015 Phys.org Citation: Curiosity finds rocks that might point to a continental crust on Mars (2015, July 14) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-07-curiosity-continental-crust-mars.html Journal information: Nature Geosciencelast_img read more

Woman stuck under truck in Murchison StreetWoman stuck under truck in Murchison

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite A terrified woman got pulled under a truck in Murchison Street this afternoon (Tuesday). It is alleged that she was crossing the road when her clothing got caught in one of the wheels, which caused her to go under the truck.Concerned business people saw what was happening and immediately phoned ambulance services.ER24 and EMRS removed the injured and shocked pedestrian from under the truck, and EMRS transported her to hospital. DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

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first_imgArthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more Demand for ultrasound scans at U.S. outpatient centers could grow by double digits over the next five years, according to a speaker at AHRA 2019. A variety of factors, however, could cause projections for this and other modalities to change. Graphic courtesy of Pixabay Advances in long-length digital radiography are creating opportunities for visualization during spinal surgery, as well as pre- and post-operatively. Image courtesy of Fujifilm Medical Systems News | March 04, 2010 UNC Radiation Oncologists Revise QUANTEC Guidelines Body language expert Traci Brown spoke at the AHRA 2019 meeting on how to identify when a person is not being honest by their body language. 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Related Content Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more March 4, 2010 – Radiation oncologists from University of Norther Carolina Chapel Hill (UNC) worked two years to develop new QUANTEC (Quantitative Analysis of Normal Tissue Effects in the Clinic) guidelines for the safe treatment of cancer with radiation therapy, where were published in the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology and Physics.These guidelines replace standards established almost 20 years ago, before the widespread use of 3D imaging technology that allows the more precise targeting of radiation to cancerous lesions.Doctors conducted a systematic review of radiation therapy dose, volume, and outcome data on 16 organs. They used 3D imaging during radiation planning to acquire the data. Lawrence B. Marks, M.D., chair of the department of radiation oncology and co-editor of the QUANTEC study says the new standards provide a logical framework to assess the risks of complex 3D doses that are now routinely considered. The research team, comprised of physicians, physicists and statisticians/modelers, said its ultimate goal was to make radiation oncology more standardized and efficient. They first examined literature for each organ and then developed general dose, volume, and outcome data. Based on this information, they made recommendations on the selection of dose and volume prescriptions. The American Society for Radiation Oncology’s Health Services Research Committee originally recommended a review of the standards, and David Morris, M.D., clinical associate professor of radiation oncology and member of UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, spearheaded the initiative and obtained funding for the effort.For more information: www.med.unc.edu FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough discusses bridging diversity gaps in medical physicsPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 6:05Loaded: 2.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -6:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Feature | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 19, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr DR Advances Promote Imaging of Whole Spine Recent advances in… read more Feature | Advanced Visualization | July 02, 2019 | By Jeff Zagoudis Augmented Reality Versus 3-D Printing for Radiology Three-dimensional (3-D) printing and… read more Videos | Artificial Intelligence | July 03, 2019 VIDEO: Artificial Intelligence May Assist in Pediatric Imaging Sudhen Desai, M.D., FSIR, read more Feature | Radiology Imaging | July 29, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Imaging Market in U.S. Could Rise In Coming Years The coming years may be good for the medical imaging community in the United States. But they will not be easy. read more A 3-D printed model (left) and a model constructed in augmented reality (right), both of a kidney with a tumor. In both models, the kidney is clear; the tumor is visible in purple on the AR model and in white on the 3-D printed model. Photo courtesy of Nicole Wake, Ph.D.last_img read more

PODCAST PET Ready To Expand Into Sports Medicine And Beyond

first_imgPodcast | PET Imaging | November 07, 2018 PODCAST: PET Ready To Expand Into Sports Medicine And Beyond PET is getting ready to venture outside oncology, cardiology and mainstream neurology. High on the list of new clinical turf is sports medicine.If ongoing clinical studies validate early results, patients whose ACLs have been surgically repaired could be among the first to benefit. Others may include patients with other orthopedic injuries, as well as head trauma victims suspected of having concussions.Michael Knopp, M.D., discussed these possibilities in a podcast with ITN Contributing Editor Greg Freiherr in this special Podcast series leading up to RSNA, sponsored by Philips Healthcare. This is the first in the series.Listen to the PODCAST: PET Ready To Expand Into Sports Medicine And Beyond.For additional information, read the article PET Ready To Expand Into Sports Medicine And Beyond.  FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享last_img read more

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first_img MONTREAL — Transat has just announced that its all-in-one cruise packages in the Caribbean are now available from even more gateways in Canada, giving Canadians a greater chance at catching some sun this winter season.From January to March 2018, these packages will not only be available from Montreal, Quebec City and Rouyn-Noranda (Quebec), but also from Toronto and St. John’s, Newfoundland via Punta Cana.Even more, travellers from Toronto who book a cruise package aboard Costa Pacifica with Transat will receive a $100 onboard credit per person. This offer is valid for all 2018 winter departures, from Jan. 8 to March 26, 2018.Onboard the Pacifica, which offers seven-night Southern Caribbean cruises, passengers will find major upgrades and improvements such as new interactive screens and high-resolution monitors. Two new restaurants will also be added to the five restaurants and 13 bars already onboard: Pummid’Oro Pizzeria and Gelateria Amarillo, both popular in the rest of the Costa fleet.More news:  Hotel charges Bollywood star $8.50 for two bananas and the Internet has thoughtsAll-in-one cruise packages include roundtrip flight with Air Transat, transfers, taxes and added values. Plus, thanks to Flight Protection, clients are sure to get to their port in case of a flight or ship delay.For those wishing to extend their vacation, a hotel stay can be added to their adventure at sea. Clients can move up their departure date or postpone their return by as much as 14 days before or after their cruise, at no extra cost. A wide selection of hotels that can be paired with different cruise itineraries is available in Transat’s brochure. Transat’s all-in-one cruise packages now available from Toronto, St. John’s Posted by Tags: Transat Travelweek Group Monday, December 18, 2017 << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Names New President CEO

first_imgFederal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Names New President & CEO Share in Government, Headlines, News Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President and CEO 2015-11-10 Seth Welborncenter_img November 10, 2015 521 Views Neel KashkariThe Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis announced today that Neel Kashkari has been named the company’s 13th president and chief executive officer, effective January 1, 2016. Current President and CEO Narayana Kocherlakota will end his tenure on December 31, concluding a five -ear run as head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.One of 12 regional Reserve Banks that make up the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis participates in setting national monetary policy, supervises numerous banking organizations, and provides a variety of payments services to financial institutions and the U.S. government. With Kashkari’s experience, the company should continue to be in good hands.“Mr. Kashkari is an influential leader whose combined experience in the public and private sectors makes him the ideal candidate to head the Minneapolis Fed,” said MayKao Hang, incoming chair of the Minneapolis Fed’s board of directors and co-chair of the search committee.  “We were fortunate to have outstanding candidates during our national search. Mr. Kashkari stood out because of his inspiring leadership skills, solutions-oriented nature, collaborative style and deep commitment to public service.”Kashkari, 42, has had a distinct career spanning both the private and public sectors. In the private sector, he was most recently managing director and member of the executive office at PIMCO, before resigning in January 2013 to explore a run for public office. In 2014, he announced his candidacy for governor of California and came in second in California’s nonpartisan blanket primary, but lost the general election to incumbent governor Jerry Brown.“Mr. Kashkari is an influential leader whose combined experience in the public and private sectors makes him the ideal candidate to head the Minneapolis Fed.” MayKao Hang, Incoming Chair of the Minneapolis Fed’s Board of DirectorsPrior to joining PIMCO in 2009, Kashkari served in the U.S. Department of the Treasury from 2006 to 2009, first as senior adviser to Secretary Henry Paulson, and then as assistant secretary of the Treasury. In the latter role, he established and led the Office of Financial Stability and oversaw the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) for both Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama. Before joining the Treasury Department, Kashkari was a vice president at Goldman Sachs in San Francisco.Additionally, Kashkari holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.“I am truly honored to have the opportunity to lead the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. I look forward to working with the Bank’s dedicated staff and continuing the Bank’s long-standing tradition of excellent service to the Ninth Federal Reserve District and to the nation,” Kashkari said. “The Minneapolis Fed has built a strong reputation for economic research and thought leadership as well as excellence in Bank operations. I am delighted that I will be working with the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis team to build on the Bank’s many achievements.”last_img read more

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first_imgSavannah, Georgia – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle MagazineGulfstream Aerospace Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), announced today that a second ultra-large-cabin, ultra-long-range Gulfstream G650 has completed its first flight.The second test article — known as T2 — took off from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport at 12:50 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 25, with senior experimental test pilots Gary Freeman and Scott Buethe in the cockpit. The aircraft flew for 2 hours and 33 minutes, reaching an altitude of 37,000 feet (11,278 m) and a speed of Mach 0.80 before landing back in Savannah. In a company first, both G650 flight-test aircraft — T2 and T1 — were airborne simultaneously and were tracked by dual telemetry facilities in real time.“T2 performed extremely well during the initial tests of its integrated flight control system and handling,” said Pres Henne, senior vice president, Programs, Engineering and Test, Gulfstream. “We plan to make half a dozen flights to assess basic system functionality before proceeding to more intensive testing.” “The conditions were very gusty and blustery, yet T2, like T1, handled great,” said Freeman. “To control the aircraft precisely requires small, light control input from the pilot. It’s an easy jet to fly.”The G650 flight-test and certification plan involves five aircraft and an estimated 1,800 hours of testing. Each aircraft is used for a specific series of tests, with T1 focused on performance and flight controls, T2 on systems and T3 on avionics. The two production aircraft in the test program — P1 and P2 — will be used to evaluate the interior systems and reduced vertical separation minimums (RVSMs), respectively. T1, which spent approximately six hours in the air on Thursday, has completed 18 flights over more than 43 hours. The aircraft has reached a maximum speed of Mach 0.90 and a top altitude of 47,000 feet (14,326 m). Test pilots are progressively opening the flight envelope in conjunction with load testing of a ground-test airframe designated S6.Gulfstream expects to receive concurrent G650 certification from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in 2011. Gulfstream announced the G650 program on March 13, 2008. On Sept. 29, 2009, the aircraft rolled out under its own power in front of a crowd of more than 7,000 people. It completed its first flight on Nov. 25, 2009, and remains on schedule for entry-into-service in 2012. The G650 offers the longest range at the fastest speed in its class.Powered by best-in-class Rolls-Royce BR725 engines, the business jet is capable of traveling 7,000 nautical miles (12,964 km) at Mach 0.85 and has a maximum operating speed of Mach 0.925.www.gulfstream.comlast_img read more

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