FSW softball faces off against Olympic Canadian team

first_imgWatching and maybe more importantly learning from the future olympians.“I know I learned a lot from watching people older than me and better than me that I watched in college so I think if they are wanting to learn and grow I think it’s a great opportunity for them to,” Team Canada OF Victoria Hayward said.For the Bucs who are on an 11-game winning streak these scrimmages were more about the experience than winning.“They are a contender to win the Olympics so when you are playing world class players in your sport it is just such an honor to step on the field and actually see them live and play against them live,” Coach Iamurri said.A game that can only push these two closer to their championship aspirations.“Hopefully for them it is positive, I know for us it is and hopefully it benefits their preparation as they go forward as well,” Coach Smith said.The Bucs are back in action at home on Tuesday while team Canada will head up to Gainesville to take on the Florida gators as they continue to prepare for the Tokyo Olympics. Advertisement“To play a scrimmage against Team Canada that is just so much fun. It is so much more fun than practice to be honest,” FSW Freshman OF/C Charlotte Drijvers said.As the number two junior college team in the country the Bucs couldn’t say yes to a matchup any faster.“You know it’s a privilege to watch these players,” FSW Softball Head Coach Robert Iamurri said. FSW Softball leads the way with school’s first national championship June 2, 2021 AdvertisementTags: Olympicsoftball The number three ranked Canadian softball team is one of the best teams in the world and is preparing for the Olympics. Now they have taken on the Florida Southwestern Bucs these past two weekends.With the Olympics right around the corner, the Canadian softball team had a problem. They had not taken the field against someone other than themselves since September 2019.“We have scrimmaged a ton but at the end of the day that does not re-create the same environment as it does playing another team,” Team Canada Softball Head Coach Mark Smith said.Since our neighbors to the North would be calling the City of Palms home for their Olympic Training camp they didn’t need to look far for a first opponent. FSW softball moves on to quarterfinals May 27, 2021 AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments FSW softball team removed from Southwest flight for not wearing masks June 3, 2021 RELATEDTOPICS AdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments Softball player “embarrassed and disrespected” after umpires ask her to cut braids off May 14, 2021 Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

When, where and what time: Your full guide to this year’s Laois Walks Festival

first_img Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results Laois Walks Festival They expect to welcome over 2000 walkers over the course of the month at 27 locations around the county.And if you want to get to know Laois then there’s probably no better way of doing it than taking part in the Laois Walks Festival.Now in its 18th year, the Laois Walks Festival takes in almost every part of the county.From the Grand Canal in Fisherstown to Moonamondra Bog in Errill, from Fossey Mountain in Timahoe to Rickets Rocks in Clonaslee and practically every beauty spot in between, it takes in bog, road, canal, mountain and woodland.The walks range in length from 5km to 12km and are graded by difficulty.Grade A – like the Ridge of Capard in Rosenallis – is strenuous; Grade C – like Grantstown Lake in Ballacolla is – is deemed moderate.Now in its 17th year, walks take place every day (except Fridays) throughout the month with designated meeting points, starting times and are led by walk leaders.The Laois Walks Festival, which runs for the month of July, takes in beauty spots all around the countyThey adhere to the ‘Countryside Code’ of leaving no trace, walking in single file and respecting private property and the rural environment.No dogs are allowed. The cost per walk is €3 or you can buy a festival ticket for €30 which covers every walk over the course of the month.“Walking is the easiest way to get moving, get active and get happy,” says the brochure promoting the event, “and Get Ireland Walking is here to help you get started: we’ve got tips and advice for anybody who wants to start walking to feel better, and we have all the information you need to start a walking group – so you can get fit with friends.”For further information contact Susan Lawlor, who is the festival co-ordinator, on 087 2574477 or Peter Maher, who is the Rural Recreation Officer in Laois County Council, on 057 8661900 or by emailing [email protected] or visiting the Walks Festival section of the Laois Partnership website.The organisers would like to thank the members of the Laois Walks Committee, Community Groups, the Local Development Associations, Coillte, National Parks and Wildlife Service and the landowners.Walkers are advised to register 30 minutes prior to the start of each walk and to wear comfortable walking boots/shoes.They are also encouraged to bring raingear, sufficient food and water for the duration of the walk.Grade A – Strenuous; Grade B – Difficult; Grade C – ModerateCapponellan Woods is the location for the Laois Walks Festival on Sunday, July 21The full schedule of walks is:MONDAY, JULY 17.30pm – Abbeyleix, Killamuck Bog Family Walk; 8km; Grade B; 2 hoursTUESDAY, JULY 27.30pm – Dunmore Wood, Durrow; Dunmore Wood Carpark; 8km; Grade B; 2 hoursWEDNESDAY, JULY 37.30pm – Fossey Mountain, Timahoe; Meet at the Goose Green, Timahoe; 12km; Grade A; 3.5 hoursTHURSDAY, JULY 47.30pm – Emo Court Demesne; Meet at Community Centre in GAA car park; 8km; Grade B; 2 hoursSATURDAY, JULY 62.30pm – Rock of Dunamaise/Dysart Wood, Portlaoise; 10km; Grade B; 3 hoursSUNDAY, JULY 72.30pm – The Ballagh, Durrow; Meet at St Fintan’s Church Carpark; 10km; Grade B; 2.5 hoursMONDAY, JULY 87.30pm – Ricketts Rocks, Clonaslee; Meet at The Heritage Centre, Clonasee; 12km; Grade B; 3 hoursTUESDAY, JULY 97.30pm – Ballacolla Family Walk; Meet at Hayes Shop, Ballacolla; 8km; Grade C; 2.5 hoursWEDNESDAY, JULY 107.30pm – Rossmore, Killeshin; 10km; Grade B; 2.5 hoursTHURSDAY, JULY 117.30pm – Cullahill; 10km; Grade A; 2.5 hoursSATURDAY, JULY 132.30pm – Ridge of Capard, Rosenallis; 12km; 3.5 hoursSUNDAY, JULY 142.30pm – Portarlington Bog Walk; Meet at the Hawthorn Inn; 12km; Grade A; 3 hoursMONDAY, JULY 157.30pm – Wolfhill; Meet at church carpark; 10km; Grade B; 2 hoursTUESDAY, JULY 167.30pm – Grantstown Lake Ballacolla; 10km; Grade C; 2 hoursWEDNESDAY, JULY 177.30pm – Spink; Meet at Knock School; 10km; Grade A; 2.5 hoursTHURSDAY, JULY 182.30pm – Gattabawn; Meet at Mackey’s Pub, Gattabawn; 10km; Grade A; 3 hoursSATURDAY, JULY 202.30pm – Mountrath, Monicknew Mountain Walk; 10km; Grade A; 3-4 hoursSUNDAY, JULY 212.30pm – Capponellan Woods, Durrow; 12km; Grade B; 2.5 hoursMONDAY, JULY 227.30pm – Luggacurren; Meet at Community Centre; 10km; Grade B; 2.5 hoursTUESDAY, JULY 237.30pm – Grand Canal, Vicarstown; 12km; Grade A; 2.5 hoursWEDNESDAY, JULY 247.30pm – Ballinakill; Heywood Family Walk; 8km; Grade C; 1.5 hoursTHURSDAY, JULY 257.30pm – Ballykilcavan, Stradbally; Grade B; 8km; 2.5 hoursSATURDAY, JULY 27Errill Bog Walk; 9km; Grade B; 2.5 hoursSUNDAY, JULY 282.30pm – Oakvale Woods, Stradbally; 10km; Grade A; 2.5 hoursMONDAY, JULY 297.30pm – The Derries, Ballybrittas; 9km; Grade B; 2 hoursTUESDAY, JULY 307.30pm – Mountmellick Family Walk; 7km; Grade C; 1.5 hoursWEDNESDAY, JULY 317.30pm – Durrow Leafy Loop Walk; Grade A; 12km; 3 hoursSEE ALSO – Laois Walks Festival is officially launched Facebook Facebook Home Sponsored When, where and what time: Your full guide to this year’s Laois… Sponsored Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin Previous articleGood Week, Bad Week: Basketball scholarships, representing Ireland and environmental damageNext articleThe Heath crowned U14 All-Ireland champions in emphatic fashion LaoisToday Reporter Twitter Twitter When, where and what time: Your full guide to this year’s Laois Walks Festival By LaoisToday Reporter – 29th June 2019 WhatsApp TAGSLaois Walks Festival RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR GAA GAA Pinterest Pinterest GAA WhatsApplast_img read more

National Bank expands Private Banking 1859 to Western Canada

first_img Keywords Private bankingCompanies National Bank of Canada RBC completes sale of Swiss private banking business Montreal-based National Bank of Canada’s private banking arm has entered into Western Canada with the opening of Private Banking 1859’s first branch in Calgary on Wednesday. This marks the first step of the firm’s private banking expansion into Western Canada, notably British Columbia and Alberta, over the next few years, according to a National Bank statement released on Thursday. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Facebook LinkedIn Twitter National Bank opens Vancouver private banking office Tessie Sanci RBC wins best private banking services overall in Canada “Private Banking 1859 is taking private management into a new era, with unequalled delivery of innovative, effective services and solutions that respect the needs expressed, executed in exemplary fashion by a team dedicated solely to our clients’ success,” says Meghan Meger, president of Private Banking 1859 for Western Canada, in the statement. “Clients will enjoy exceptional accessibility and response time, and even more comprehensive, intuitive and customized solutions,” she adds. The firm also announced that its private banking arm has undergone some re-branding, which includes a name change to Private Banking 1859 from Private Wealth 1859. The new name, which has been tweaked slightly, is meant to emphasize the diversity of services offered to clients looking for personalized wealth management but retains its numerical element, “1859,” which honours the year that National Bank was founded. Related newslast_img read more

April jobs report surprises with biggest one-month gain since 1976

first_imgMaintaining Profits economic growth chart businessmen illustration retrorocket/123RF U.S. employers added a modest 559k jobs in May Economy lost 68,000 jobs in May Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Related news U.S. jobless claims drop to new pandemic low The rush of new jobs far surpassed market forecasts and helped drop the unemployment rate to 5.7%, down from 5.8% in March.The labour market has seen strong numbers since mid-2016 and has remained a bright spot for an economy that has struggled in other areas. Economic growth, for instance, almost stalled over the winter.“Wow. This was by and large a solid report. Nearly every indicator of quality came in strong this month,” TD senior economist Brian DePratto wrote in a research note.“Chalk this one up as a solid message that employers still have faith in the Canadian economy.”Overall, compared with March, employment in April was up 0.6%, which was the highest proportional monthly expansion since 1994 when it reached 0.7%.A closer look at April reveals the overall gain was driven by the creation of 73,000 full-time jobs and 83,800 positions in the private sector.The gains were spread across many industries, with both the services and factory sectors seeing gains. Employment rose by 32,400 in wholesale and retail trade positions, while the construction sector added 29,200 jobs.A rush of 66,400 part-time positions for workers aged 15 to 24 years old helped lower the youth unemployment rate last month to 10.3%, down from 10.7%, the survey said.By region, Ontario, Quebec, Alberta and Prince Edward Island all saw net job gains last month.Year-over-year average hourly wage growth for all employees in April was 2.5%, up from a reading of 2.4% in March. Wage growth is a key indicator monitored by the Bank of Canada ahead of its interest-rate decisions.Robert Kavcic, senior economist at BMO Capital Markets, said that overall the strong numbers suggest the economy has been rebuilding momentum in the second quarter following a sharp winter slowdown.The Bank of Canada has blamed the deceleration on temporary factors and is predicting the economy to pick up its pace as 2019 progresses.While the monthly jobs figures are often volatile, over the longer-term Canada has been on a solid employment run.Compared with a year earlier, the economy added 426,400 jobs for a proportional increase of 2.3%. The labour market has created an average of 36,000 jobs per month over the past year.The numbers have remained strong even though more and more people have been looking for work in Canada. The ranks of workers have grown in recent years thanks in large part to a big immigration boost.“The good news here is that despite the fact we’ve seen such a huge increase in labour-force growth the jobless rate has come down,” Kavcic said.“The labour market in Canada is doing pretty well at absorbing that influx of labour right now.”The April increase put Canada back on the job-creation path following a one-month interruption in March.Overall employment dropped by 7,200 net jobs in March, the first monthly decrease after six consecutive months of rising employment between September and February.Economists had expected a gain of 10,000 jobs for the month and the unemployment rate to remain at 5.8%, according to Thomson Reuters Eikon. Andy Blatchford Canada’s labour market delivered a surprise Friday with its biggest one-month employment gain since the government started collecting comparable data in 1976.The country added 106,500 net jobs in April, the bulk of which were full time, Statistics Canada said in its latest labour force survey. Keywords Employment Share this article and your comments with peers on social medialast_img read more

Blood Collection Drive at Devon House Dec. 9

first_imgRelatedBlood Collection Drive at Devon House Dec. 9 Blood Collection Drive at Devon House Dec. 9 UncategorizedDecember 7, 2006 RelatedBlood Collection Drive at Devon House Dec. 9 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail As part of its preparations for the festive season, the National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS) will host the ‘Gift of Life Christmas Blood Collection Drive’ this Saturday, December 9, on the North lawn of Devon House from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.This is a new approach for the blood bank, which has always had a difficulty maintaining adequate supplies around the festive season, when there is usually an increase in the number of traffic accidents, among other types of situations that create added pressure on their supplies.Sandra Brown-Thomas, Communications Co-ordinator at the NBTS told JIS News that expectations were high concerning the drive, as the goal was to collect at least 200 units of blood.“We are anticipating a huge turn out, given the fact that persons are aware of the challenge that we face, especially during Christmas. We hope they will be moved to spare a thought for those persons, who will need blood at this time of the year for whatever reason,” she said.“It will also be in the spirit of the season, a worthwhile thing for persons to do during the season,” Mrs. Brown-Thomas added.The atmosphere at the Blood drive will be very festive as Mrs. Brown-Thomas informed that there would be music to “create the right vibe” in addition to, entertainment for children.“We will even have a bounce-a-bout to try to create a different atmosphere, so that even if you bring your children along, they will be entertained, while you go through the process of donating blood,” she noted.Sponsors, such as Lucozade and Homestyle Juices, will also be on hand to offer products and samples, along with other support agencies such as the HEART Foundation of Jamaica.However, the biggest highlight for the day is the appearance of the very popular Miss Jamaica World 2006 and Miss World Caribbean, Sara Lawrence who, with a team of models from Spartan Elite Models, will take part in a fashion show, co-ordinated by Joan McDonald, a former Miss Jamaica World. “They are really in support of our cause,” Mrs. Brown-Thomas said. The show is expected to begin at 3:00 p.m.In the meantime, addressing the matter of blood collection during the current outbreak of malaria, Mrs. Brown-Thomas said the screening process would be further “tightened up”, even though screening is a normal part of the process when donating blood.“This is in terms of looking for persons having fever and flu-like symptoms and checking into their history, when interviewing them and so on. In a suspected case, we would not necessarily take the blood from you. We would probably take a sample so that, it can be tested to see if you have been infected with malaria,” she pointed out.She also stressed that donated blood would be rigorously screened before being used in transfusions.center_img RelatedBlood Collection Drive at Devon House Dec. 9 Advertisementslast_img read more

In Purpose & Desire, Out Today, Scott Turner Explores Biology’s Second Law

Claude Bernard (1813-1878) was a French physiologist, one of the most famous scientists of his age, so famous that he appeared in poems, novels, and memoirs of the period both in France and abroad. Think Albert Einstein. Even Emile Zola contemplated basing a novel on his rather unfortunate married life.Bernard is regarded as the founder of modern physiology. His fame during his life was for his work on the pancreas, the liver, and the nervous system. He was one of the first to use experimental method in medicine. In fact, his use of vivisection is what led to the aforementioned difficulties in his marriage — his wife actively campaigned against him.Now, however, he is most famous for his idea that the miliéu interieur, or internal environment of living things, must remain constant to sustain and maintain life. This idea is given the name homeostasis, defined as a “self-regulating process by which biological systems tend to maintain stability while adjusting to conditions that are optimal for survival. If homeostasis is successful, life continues; if unsuccessful, disaster or death ensues.”Bernard said:The fixity of the [interior] milieu supposes a perfection of the organism such that the external variations are at each instant compensated for and equilibrated…. All of the vital mechanisms, however varied they may be, have always one goal, to maintain the uniformity of the conditions of life in the internal environment…. The stability of the internal environment is the condition for the free and independent life.1 [Emphasis added.]There are two things to note here. First, homeostasis requires a perfection of the organism so that the inner milieu remains balanced and equilibrated. Second is the absolute necessity of homeostasis for life. Bernard’s final sentence has become a sort of aphorism that summarizes much of his thinking. Life depends on the constancy of the internal environment; in fact there would be no free and independent life without it. State University of New York biologist Scott Turner explains in his new book, out today, Purpose and Desire: What Makes Something “Alive” and Why Modern Darwinism Has Failed to Explain It. Turner writes:Bernard did not phrase his aphorism as an invitation to discover the mechanism of life. Rather, his aphorism is a statement of the nature of life. Specifically, homeostasis is not the outcome of life, it is life’s antecedent, and the question that Bernard is really inviting us to explore is more the “why” rather than the “how”…“Why” questions can be deeply unsettling, for within them lurk subtlety and beauty, and perilous truth… So it is with homeostasis. Its operation — its “how dimension” — is mere mechanism, but its implications for the “why of life” — Bernard’s main point, after all — is deeply subversive of the comfortable assumptions about mechanistic life that presently reign…. To fully understand life in all its manifestations — its function, its evolution, its origin — we need to unpack the wonderful subtlety of homeostasis, as Bernard himself intended.Homeostasis is life as a state of persistent dynamic disequilibrium…Matter is flowing through the whole living organism, while the organism is “maintaining a persistent state of highly specified and complex organization.” Work has to be done to maintain this state. This “self-adjusting confluence of forces is precisely what living things do as a routine.” Turner observes, “It’s what distinguishes the living from the inanimate world…homeostasis is an exceedingly strange idea.” And it’s homeostasis that his book is about.Homeostasis is a balancing act. The organism responds to environmental cues and adjusts its own chemistry to maintain things at a certain pH, temperature, oxygen level, salinity, ion concentration, glucose level etc. For creatures like us, none of those states are in equilibrium with the environment. Levels must be precisely balanced at a particular point suitable for life. For example, if our blood chemistry goes askew, it will kill us. You can read about the processes involved in its regulation in an article by Michael Denton, “The Place of Life and Man in Nature: Defending the Anthropocentric Thesis,” for the journal BIO-Complexity. He describes exactly how marvelous the regulation of blood chemistry is.Why should we live in this continuous state of flux? We balance as if on a tightrope with hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen flowing through us. Who we are today, molecularly speaking, is not who we were yesterday or will be tomorrow. Yet we as individuals remain as singular points of balance. As Turner says, homeostasis is an exceedingly strange idea.Yet without homeostasis there is no life.Here’s the point. Can any neo-Darwinian process account for the existence of homeostasis? I have indicated just some of the kinds of things that must be regulated, each with its own controls. So as an example of the complex regulation required to maintain just one element, listen to this ID the Future podcast by physician Howard Glicksman. Calcium is regulated by the parathyroid gland using an intricate set of interacting systems of calcium uptake and release, primarily from the bone, but also the gut and the kidneys. And strict regulation of calcium concentration is essential for life.When the parathyroid gland senses low levels of calcium in the blood, it releases the hormone PTH. It is counterintuitive, but osteoblasts (cells that take up calcium to build bone) have PTH receptors. These receptors stimulate osteoblasts to pump calcium ions out of the fluid surrounding the bone and into the extracellular fluid. They also produce a signaling molecule that activates osteoclasts (cells that break down bone to produce calcium).PTH also stimulates calcium reabsorption in the kidney and the production of 1,25(OH)2D, the active form of vitamin D by the kidney. In the small intestine, 1,25(OH)2D works to promote calcium absorption.I know personally just how devastating a failure of just one part of the system can be. One of my parathyroid glands started putting out too much PTH— my calcium levels went very high — and I could barely walk down the hall. Fortunately, an astute doctor figured out what was responsible, and the offending gland was removed.Life depends on “maintaining a persistent state of highly specified and complex organization,” according to J. Scott Turner. That state of specified and complex organization must be maintained by the interacting regulatory systems of homeostasis; these are themselves complex and specified.Not to put too fine a point on it, but the existence of complex and specified systems is a hallmark of design. How do you build a system requiring multiple signals and receptors one step at a time when the system does not work until all are present? A receptor is no good without a signal to receive, and the signal will not be sent with a cue.Then there is the need for an effector. The parathyroid gland senses low calcium (how?) and produces PTH. PTH travels through the blood stream to its many sites of action. If PTH is high, then receptors on osteoblasts (receptors are usually proteins) receive that signal, and in turn send another signal to osteoclasts (probably a protein), which then receive that signal and effect a change (another protein?) in order to release calcium ions to the blood stream, and restore the calcium levels to where they should be. And that is just one means of regulating calcium.To recap, from Claude Bernard:The fixity of the [interior] milieu supposes a perfection of the organism such that the external variations are at each instant compensated for and equilibrated…. All of the vital mechanisms, however varied they may be, have always one goal, to maintain the uniformity of the conditions of life in the internal environment…. The stability of the internal environment is the condition for the free and independent life.Scott Turner:So it is with homeostasis. Its operation — its “how dimension” — is mere mechanism, but its implications for the “why of life” — Bernard’s main point, after all — is deeply subversive of the comfortable assumptions about mechanistic life that presently reign…. To fully understand life in all its manifestations — its function, its evolution, its origin — we need to unpack the wonderful subtlety of homeostasis, as Bernard himself intended.Turner calls homeostasis biology’s second law. In case you were wondering, evolution by natural selection is biology’s first law. Maybe natural selection should be demoted.Notes:1) Bernard, C. (1974) Lectures on the phenomena common to animals and plants. Trans Hoff HE, Guillemin R, Guillemin L, Springfield (IL): Charles C Thomas.Image: Claude Bernard and his students, via Wikicommons. Origin of Life: Brian Miller Distills a Debate Between Dave Farina and James Tour Congratulations to Science Magazine for an Honest Portrayal of Darwin’s Descent of Man Recommended Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Share Ann GaugerSenior Fellow, Center for Science and CultureDr. Ann Gauger is Director of Science Communication and a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute Center for Science and Culture, and Senior Research Scientist at the Biologic Institute in Seattle, Washington. She received her Bachelor’s degree from MIT and her Ph.D. from the University of Washington Department of Zoology. She held a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University, where her work was on the molecular motor kinesin.Follow AnnProfile Share “A Summary of the Evidence for Intelligent Design”: The Study Guide Jane Goodall Meets the God Hypothesis Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Share A Physician Describes How Behe Changed His MindLife’s Origin — A “Mystery” Made AccessibleCodes Are Not Products of PhysicsIxnay on the Ambriancay PlosionexhayDesign Triangulation: My Thanksgiving Gift to All Intelligent Design In Purpose & Desire, Out Today, Scott Turner Explores Biology’s Second LawAnn GaugerSeptember 12, 2017, 4:52 AM TagsAlbert EinsteincalciumClaude BernardEmile Zolaglucose levelhomeostasisHoward Glicksmanion concentrationJ. Scott TurnerkidneyMichael Dentonneo-Darwinian processesoxygen levelpHPurpose and Desire: What Makes Something “Alive” and Why Modern Darwinism Has Failed to Explain Itsalinitytemperaturevivisection,Trending Requesting a (Partial) Retraction from Darrel Falk and BioLogos read more

“Make or break” meeting for Foyle ferry service

first_img WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Twitter Twitter By News Highland – January 3, 2014 Pinterest Google+center_img Google+ News Previous articleCounty Council says its dealing with flooding and other weather related issuesNext articleLarkin seek review of generic Letterkenny placenames News Highland Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR John DallatIt’s claimed a meeting later today between directors of the Foyle Ferry Company and politicians is crucial to the future of the Magilligan to Greencastle ferry service.East Derry SDLP Assembly Member John Dallat along with politicians from both sides of the border will meet with the company’s directors to try and save the service which has had its funding cut.This ferry service was commissioned twelve years ago and has carried in excess of 2 million passengers helping to fill tourist beds on both sides of the border.John Dallat says today’s meeting is make or break for the service:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/dalljan3.mp3[/podcast] “Make or break” meeting for Foyle ferry service Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal last_img read more

Scholarships for 12-month Stay in Berlin

first_img By Mladiinfo says: By Baby says: Log in to Reply Dear Kathy, Unfortunately this programme is not open to Macedonian students. Best regards,Mladiinfo team Hello Dumitru: Yes, the program website specifies that an adequate knowledge of German language is required for the program. Please contact the organizers at [email protected] for more specifics on what level of language proficiency is required. Thanks for your interest and good luck!Kind regards,Mladiinfo team 25 thoughts on “Scholarships for 12-month Stay in Berlin” +1 By Mladiinfo says: Log in to Reply By Mladiinfo says: Scholarships for 12-month Stay in Berlin on November 14, 2012 at 12:37 pm Hello Is it ok to apply students from Mongolia? Mongolia is not a former S.Union country By Mladiinfo says: on November 13, 2012 at 6:39 pm Applied Science Manager at Amazon Development Center DEU Tweet Log in to Reply Deadline: December 15, 2012Open to: Applicants from the USA, Great Britain, France and the former Soviet UnionScholarship: 770 EUR per month for undergraduates and graduates, 1,300 EUR per month for post-docsDescriptionThe Study Foundation of the Berlin House of Representatives sponsors a scholarship program for young scholars of all fields. The program is directed to applicants from the USA, Great Britain, France and the former Soviet Union. Applicants should be working on research projects that require a 12 months stay in Berlin.ScholarshipUndergraduates and graduates receive 770 EUR, postdocs 1,300 EUR per month. The scholarship includes travel costs to and from Berlin and free lodging in the International Study Center Berlin. The maximum age is 35 for postdocs and 25 years for undergraduates.Application processIf you want to apply, please fill-in the application form. The completed application form has to be sent to [email protected] Please, fill-in the German language certificate too and send it to the same email address. The application deadline is December 15, 2012. The scholarship will begin on October 1, 2013 and end on September 30, 2014.Contact informationStudienstiftung des Abgeordnetenhauses von BerlinNiederkirchnerstr. 5D-10111 BerlinTel. 0049 30 23252005Fax: 0049 30 23252008Email: [email protected] the official website (Quicklink: Studienstiftung) ← TICTAC Training Course on Networking Strategies November 13, 2012 Published by milan Log in to Reply By Asli says: Hi. My question is how long does this programm exist ? Will you have this programm going on for next year for the same countries? Ulviyye from Azerbaijan. Dear Asli, link for the application form is ok, so you can try one more time. The application form is in PDF format, maybe you need to download program to read and fill it. Kindly regards,Mladiinfo team on November 18, 2012 at 2:09 pm By tamar says: on November 20, 2012 at 1:46 pm Dear Sir or Madam, I`m Naira Harutyunyan, I am a psychologist and now working on my dissertation, I want to continue my study in Germany, am i eligible, and I have one more question ; I saw the application form, and there is one line about professor supervising, is that necessary? Thank you in advance… Log in to Reply By Khayal says: By tamar says: Log in to Reply FASPE Journalism Program on November 13, 2012 at 12:17 pm on November 13, 2012 at 10:23 pm on November 21, 2012 at 12:30 pm on November 19, 2012 at 3:58 pm Dear Vanessa, If you are a US citizen you are eligible to apply. Best regards,Mladiinfo team By amon says: on November 13, 2012 at 1:58 pm Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Reddit on November 28, 2012 at 10:00 am on November 18, 2012 at 10:46 am Dear Sir/Madam:By the way of Introduction my name is Papie Sheriff Kollie,Jr a liberian Journalist from West Africa.Wish to find out that if i am qualify for the program to apply for scholarship for one year.Best Regard:Mr. Papie Sheriff Kollie,Jr.Propose Applicant. Dear Baby, Mongolia is not a former Soviet Union country, what means that unfortunately you cannot apply. Please contact the organizers to make sure. Best regards,Mladiinfo team Log in to Reply on November 17, 2012 at 2:57 pm is this also for macedonia students? on November 19, 2012 at 3:18 am By Mladiinfo says: Pocket By Mladiinfo says: Can a US citizen who grew up in latinamerica and has family in Italy apply? Log in to Reply Dear Papie Sheriff Kollie, Jr. As it was mentioned in the post, the program is open just to applicants from USA, Great Britain, France and the former Soviet Union, therefore unfortunetely you cannot apply for this scholarship. You can browse Mladiinfo website in order to find another interesting offers of scholarships for you. Best regards,Mladiinfo team By Mladiinfo says: Log in to Reply Log in to Reply By Mladiinfo says: Log in to Reply Log in to Reply is is required to know german ? Dear Neera, The program is open just to applicants from the USA, Great Britain, France and the former Soviet Union, therefore unfortunately you are not eligible to apply. Best regards,Mladiinfo team Log in to Reply By kathy says: Dear Naira,If it’s in the application form, then it is likely necessary to have a supervising professor. We advise you to submit your question to the official organizers at the email address [email protected] or visit their official website listed in the post above. Best of luck with your application!Kind regards,Mladiinfo team Log in to Reply on November 15, 2012 at 10:04 am on November 14, 2012 at 7:26 pm By @harutyunyanaira says: on November 21, 2012 at 4:25 pm on November 17, 2012 at 6:24 am on November 27, 2012 at 7:53 pm By Mladiinfo says: By Mladiinfo says: Share 0 Log in to Reply on November 20, 2012 at 4:23 am LinkedIn 0 Log in to Reply Please first see whether you are eligible candidate. The opportunity is opened to applicants from the USA, Great Britain, France and the former Soviet Union. Log in to Reply Log in to Reply i couldnt download the application form so how can i? By Neera Dhimal says: Hi,I am from Azerbaijan and currently enrolled in Ph.D programme at Strasbourg University (France). My field of research is international law and I am in my third year of doctoral studies. Am I eligible for this programme?Thanks in advance.Khayal Log in to Reply Log in to Reply Ich bin 37 alt ,chirurgien und studiere im Goethe institutDarf ich auch probieren on November 13, 2012 at 1:02 pm Log in to Reply By Papie Sheriff Kollie,Jr. says: By Mladiinfo says: Log in to Reply Ich bin aus Georgia Cash Prizes for Short Films on European Citizenship → on November 19, 2012 at 10:06 am Log in to Reply on November 19, 2012 at 5:15 pm By Dumitru says: By Mladiinfo says: Dear Amon — As the program is in Berlin and most application materials are in German, it is likely required to have at least an intermediate level of German knowledge. Please contact the organizers to be certain. Also, please be aware that only applicants from the USA, Great Britain, France and the former Soviet Union are eligible to apply. Best regards,Mladiinfo team By Vanessa Di Domenico says: on November 22, 2012 at 9:55 am Hello,Please clarify if the german language is mandatory for this program. 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Playtika acquires German casual studio Wooga

first_imgPlaytika acquires German casual studio WoogaDeal is worth a reported $100 million, with no layoffs to Wooga’s 180-strong teamMatthew HandrahanEditor-in-ChiefMonday 3rd December 2018Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareCompanies in this articlewoogaPlaytika has acquired the Berlin-based casual games firm Wooga.The exact value of the deal was not disclosed, but Bloomberg has reported a figure of around $100 million.This is Playtika’s second big acquisition in just over a year, following a deal for the Israeli studio Jelly Button games in October 2017. With Wooga now part of the company, Playtika said that half of its portfolio will be casual games.Related JobsSenior Game Designer – UE4 – AAA United Kingdom Amiqus GamesProgrammer – REMOTE – work with industry veterans! North West Amiqus GamesJunior Video Editor – GLOBAL publisher United Kingdom Amiqus GamesDiscover more jobs in games “We see great opportunities for Playtika in the casual games genre and our acquisition of Wooga firmly positions us for this next phase of our evolution” said Playtika CEO Robert Antokol in a statement. “Playtika’s strengths in live-ops, advanced AI and personalization at scale will serve as a springboard for Wooga’s creativity in ideating and developing winning story-led titles.”Wooga CEO Jens Begemann, who has led the German company through difficult times, said that the deal was “a very natural fit.” Begemann will continue in his role as CEO, and Wooga’s 180-person team will not be affected.Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Mobile newsletter and get the best of GamesIndustry.biz in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesJens Begemann leaves Wooga after 11 years”I believe the best moment for a founder to leave his company is when things are going really well,” says BegemannBy Haydn Taylor A year agoWhat’s the story at Wooga?CEO Jens Begemann explains the reasoning for the casual games studio’s plan to focus on story-driven gamesBy James Batchelor 3 years agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.last_img read more

UK energy minister to call for 4 million more solar panels

first_imgUK energy minister to call for 4 million more solar panelsGreg Barker is expected to announce ambitious plans to dramatically increase the U.K.’s solar capacity in the new year. December 30, 2013 Ian Clover Finance Markets Markets & Policy Share U.K. energy minister Greg Barker is expected to reveal ambitious plans in the new year for the dramatic increase in solar energy throughout the country. The Daily Telegraph reports that the minister is lining up plans to introduce as many as four million solar panels built across government land, covering an area the size of 3,400 football pitches. Combined, this proposed solar drive is expected to add 1 GW of solar energy to the U.K.’s total capacity, all derived from solar panels fitted on to “the government estate”. These bold targets are thought to be a personal ambition of the energy minister and not yet an officially sanctioned target for the government – a stance the Telegraph believes could set Barker at odds with many senior politicians in his party, including the Prime Minister David Cameron. Last month, Cameron was forced to defend accusations that the coalition government was eager to dispense with green subsidies in the U.K. after reports he told aides in his party to remove the “green crap” from energy bills. Barker, however, appears to be singing from a different hymn sheet altogether, remarking in a speech in early December that “the government itself needs to become a leader in solar deployment. “Government public buildings should be at the forefront of the move to renewable energy. So next year you can expect to hear more from me on my ambitious plans to ensure the government estate plays its part in the decentralized energy revolution.” The energy minister added: “The government is sitting on huge potential; we need to do much more.” Commenting on reports that energy minister Greg Barker will announce plans in the new year for four million solar panels to be installed on government land and property including schools, Friends of the Earth’s head of campaigns Andrew Pendleton told pv magazine: “Turning government land and buildings into a myriad of mini power stations is a fantastic idea and will enjoy lots of support. “By helping schools, communities and offices to become generators of their own power, we can escape the grasp of the Big Six energy companies and beat climate change. “But ministers can and must go further and create the right climate for investors large and small to develop the U.K.’s massive renewable power potential.” One of the largest landowners in the U.K. is the Ministry of Defence, which is understood to be in favor of solar deployment. Elsewhere, hospital and school roofs could also be prime territory for further solar panel installations, believe British solar organization, the Solar Trade Association (STA). In a pickleThe STA calculates that one-third of Barker’s target of 22 GW of solar power by 2020 could be powered by residential rooftop installations, with solar farms and commercial sites providing an additional third each. However, government targets would appear to suggest that only 2 GW – 4 GW of solar farm capacity will be installed by that date, with a number of Tory politicians eager to block the further development of solar farms, including communities secretary Eric Pickles, who has lobbied against the installation of a 49.9 MW solar farm in Norfolk. Countering fears of blighted landscapes and ruined agricultural land, the STA report that even if 10 GW of solar farm capacity was installed in the U.K., this would amount to little more than 0.1% of land. “Solar farms have an important role to play delivering green power at low cost,” said the STA’s Leonie Greene. “Done well, solar farms can also actively help boost British biodiversity by providing wildlife sanctuaries. Only 5% of the land a solar farm is on is taken up with fixings, so 95% remains available for other uses. “The solar industry is moving to make sure much of that land is used to help our threatened flora and fauna.” Equally, adds Greene, the rooftop solar potential in the U.K. is vastly untapped – across both the residential and commercial sector. A statement from the coalition government revealed that no official agreement on the scale of solar deployment had yet been reached, but added that the coalition “would take measures to improve energy efficiency in public sector buildings.”Popular content The Hydrogen Stream: 20 MW green hydrogen plant in Finland, two Australian projects move forward Sergio Matalucci 20 April 2021 pv-magazine.com Storegga, Shell and Harbour Energy want to set up a 20 MW blue hydrogen production facility in the U.K. Australia’s Origin Energy wants to build a hy… Enabling aluminum in batteries Mark Hutchins 27 April 2021 pv-magazine.com Scientists in South Korea and the UK demonstrated a new cathode material for an aluminum-ion battery, which achieved impressive results in both speci… ITRPV: Large formats are here to stay Mark Hutchins 29 April 2021 pv-magazine.com The 2021 edition of the International Technology Roadmap for Photovoltaics (ITRPV) was published today by German engineering association VDMA. 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