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Proteomics Research 09/23/2020 08:26
"Hey! With all this better proteomics stuff, can you help us with leukemia yet?". I dig this as a summary of both the advances in LCMS technology that could feasibly be used within the confines and limitations of a medical environment (double dog dare you to try pitching offline fractionation to a hospital administrator) as well as a summary of the really promising work that has been done in one specific disease. Table 2 is beautiful and says a ton about the potential of proteomics and our traditional limitations. It says to me: "Here are great studies! Can you imagine what we could do with larger cohorts...?" We'll get there!
Business Wire 09/23/2020 08:24
HONG KONG--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) announced that the Elevator Pitch Competition 2020 (EPiC 2020) is now inviting applications from around the world. Given current global circumstances, HKSTP will stage the event on a virtual platform for the first time. Local and international startups and innovators can go beyond the geographic boundaries and unlock tremendous opportunities at EPiC 2020, which will take place from 6 to 13 November. Marking i.
Flight Global (UK) 09/23/2020 08:22
UK cockpit crew representatives are seeking assurances on several aspects of the Boeing 737 Max’s redesign, including scenarios relating to the angle-of-attack sensors and the potential need for two pilots to turn the trim wheel if the jet is out of trim. Pilots union BALPA has formally responded to a US FAA notification detailing proposed changes to the Max intended to address design weaknesses linked to the fatal Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines accidents, weaknesses which subsequently led to the type’s grounding last year. Sourcing both angle-of-attack sensors, rather than one, to activate the MCAS system – which automatically pushes the nose down to avoid a high angle-of-attack situation – is “clearly an improvement”, says the union. But.
The latest report from the Employment Service shows that from yesterday until this morning at 07:00, 39,237 new jobseekers were registered, and at the same time there were 1,039 reports of returning to work. Since September 17, 2020, the day before the closure on Rosh Hashanah, 109,378 jobseekers were registered with the Employment Service - 99,913 of them due to leaving for unpaid leave and 9,465 for other reasons. Of the job seekers registered since September 17, 2020, for 86,738 this is the second or more registration since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis in March (about 80% of those registered in this wave). There are currently 836,664 jobseekers registered in the employment service, of whom 500,562 are on unpaid leave.

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