New Technologies

EO Wilson, naturalist nicknamed “Modern Darwin”, dies at 92

Edward O. Wilson, an American naturalist known as the “modern-day Darwin” died Sunday at the age of 92 in Massachusetts, his founding announced in a statement. Along with British naturalist David Attenborough, Wilson was considered one of the world’s foremost authorities on natural history and conservation. Wilson’s Half-Earth Project calls …

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How to watch the launch of the James Webb space telescope

If you wake up early enough on Saturday, you’ll be greeted by a science and engineering spectacle: the launch into orbit of the James Webb Space Telescope. The telescope is a joint project of NASA, the European Space Agency and the Canadian Space Agency, and will be the most powerful …

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Enter a new era of technology: where speed meets the goal

By Keshav R. Murugesh, Group CEO, WNS The evolution of technology over the past decade has been incredibly multidimensional. Yet when it comes to the speed of technology and digital adoption, the past 18 months have exceeded expectations like no other period before. Our recent research report and survey, “Business …

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Mediaplanet Partners with Byrdy Kelley and Industry Leaders to Discuss Developments in Rental Market During COVID-19

Mediaplanet’s “Renting in America” campaign will be an educational guide for today’s property manager, landlord and owner. NEW YORK (PRWEB) December 21, 2021 Due to the competitive rental market in the wake of COVID-19, managers, landlords and landlords can no longer count on a one-size-fits-all approach to tenant satisfaction and …

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4IR-ready manufacturers develop both people and technology

New manufacturing opportunities are expected to create 133 million jobs over the next four years due to the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), but around 75 million jobs are likely to be lost due to technological development at the same time . Manufacturers Must Put Their People First and their technology …

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Growing interest in new breeding techniques in agriculture |

Consider this: It took thousands of years for the world’s population to reach 1 billion. Yet in just around 200 years it has suddenly increased sevenfold. The United Nations estimated that the world’s population reached 7.9 billion in December, exceeding agricultural capacity and posing more challenges, including hunger, malnutrition, climate …

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$ 250 Million Duke Science and Technology Initiative Invests in New Hires in Science Faculty

Duke Science and Technology is described as a “strategic recruitment” initiative with investments of over $ 250 million. But what exactly does this imply? DST, a faculty recruitment and retention effort, “will give the university the resources to expand Duke’s research strengths, spanning almost every corner of the university,” according …

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JAMCO Interests LLC Appoints New CTO, Carissa DeSantis | national news

DALLAS, December 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – JAMCO Interests LLC (JAMCO), a leading restaurant investment portfolio groups, today announced the appointment of Carissa DeSantis as CTO. Ms. DeSantis has over 15 years of experience as a technology and operational leader for global foodservice organizations. In this role, Ms. DeSantis …

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A unique technology in Canada offering new opportunities to oat producers in southern Manitoba

OTTAWA, ON, December 13, 2021 / CNW / – Today, Winnipeg South MP Terry Duguid, on behalf of the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau, announced a federal investment of up to $ 5.1 million for Buffalo Creek Mills to purchase and installCanada technology as part of the expansion …

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Harnessing Scotland’s economic potential – gov.scot

Budget focused on training, skills and business support. Capitalizing on the opportunities created by the green economy while strengthening the recovery from the pandemic in Scotland is a major goal of the Scottish budget 2022-2023. An additional £ 68.3million is allocated for employability and training to help companies tackle skills …

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