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Saturday live and local sports talk on ESPN Denver 1600, 10 a.m. til Noon is Klahr and Kompany! Presented by Argonaut Wine & Liquor featuring Jack Daniels. Michael Klahr hosts with former Rockies pitcher Mark Knudson. The radio talk vets are joined weekly for strong opinions in Kickin’ It with Mark Kiszla, Denver Post; Bruce Marshall, goldsheet.com, who analyzes and predicts big games; Adam Munsterteiger, buffstampede.com, in Rockin' CU; Kelly Lyell, Coloradoan.com, on CSU in Ram Roundup; pl ...
 
A podcast about the stories of diverse college students and those who serve them. We hope this podcast will inspire conversations and reflections about the experiences of students in higher education. Listeners are encouraged to share their thoughts about the episodes by including the hashtag #humanizEDci in your Tweets and posts.
 
In each episode, we will talk with leading campus professionals, thought leaders, engineers and innovators addressing the unique challenges and opportunities facing higher ed. and corporate campuses. Our discussions will range from energy conservation and efficiency to planning and finance, from building science to social science from energy systems to food systems. We hope you are ready to learn, share and ultimately accelerate your institution towards solutions.
 
Welcome to my channel. My name is Marcus I read school papers, cause where do school papers go, just go back to the computers there written on to never be read again. so i thought that's dum the people took time to write those papers and are interesting papers, lets read and talk about them, there good. Listen at your own risk ;)I did fix the audio you can hear it better now. Hope you enjoy email: readingpapersmarcus@gmail.comwebsite: www.listenatyourownrisk.com
 
Chancellor Eloy Oakley takes you inside California Community Colleges for a series of lively discussions on a variety of academic and administrative topics. In each episode, Chancellor Oakley will be joined by a special guest to explore new perspectives on the most pressing issues facing two-year college educators and stakeholders in California. Transcripts available by request.
 
Each year, academic institutions file tens of thousands of patent applications and sign thousands of out-licenses on innovations created at universities. What separates the failures from trailblazers such as Google, Genentech, and Akamai? How are universities and other players making strides in translating these opportunities out of their ivory towers and into startup companies? In this podcast, Kirsten Leute speaks with a rotating group of leaders who are advancing cutting edge academic sci ...
 
Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning and Start-Up of industrial plants. Together with Thomas Stuenkel we discuss commissioning related topics, we connect the international commissioning community and we discover what can be good subjects to develop an online commissioning training about. Last but not least we have interviews with commissioning experts from around the world. Enjoy the commissioning podcast episodes! Thomas Stuenkel - www.CommissioningCoach.com
 
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Germany’s center-right CDU/CSU bloc has fallen behind the Greens in public support after the Christian Democrats picked Armin Laschet as their chancellor candidate in the upcoming elections, one opinion poll shows. The Union of Christian Democrats (CDU) and the Bavaria-based Christian Social Union (CSU) – the leading force in German politics for mo…
 
Angela Merkel is on her last lap as German Chancellor and will stand down when September’s federal election ends her fourth and final term in office. Meanwhile her party, the ruling Christian Democratic Union, is trapped in a high-stakes stand-off with its Bavarian ally, the Christian Social Union. The impasse? Which of their leaders should guide t…
 
The Conservatives’ beauty contest for Merkel’s potential succession is finally coming to a climax. On Sunday, CSU leader Söder threw his hat into the ring to compete with CDU leader Laschet in the race for the conservatives’ chancellor candidacy. With the CDU’s (the bigger sister party) executive body fully united behind Laschet on Monday, the scal…
 
Dr. Gretchen Delcambre is Director of DVM Admissions at Colorado State University. She shares her journey to becoming a veterinarian and how she found her calling within the veterinary profession. She describes Colorado State’s holistic approach to reviewing DVM applications and what the admissions committee is looking for in standout candidates. W…
 
Antibiotic resistance is an issue that affects every veterinary and human healthcare provider. There’s no way to sugarcoat it: Antibiotic resistance is a very real existential threat for humanity.…The problem is many small animal veterinarians don’t see themselves as responsible or contributing to antibiotic resistance. This week we’ve got a veteri…
 
Sirens have pierced the air in Israel’s southern Negev province near the secretive Dimona nuclear facility, with reports of multiple blasts heard far away from the site and anti-missile systems responding. The sirens were heard in Abu Qrenat – a village some 13 miles (21km) northwest of The Shimon Peres Negev Nuclear Research Center in the Negev de…
 
The Bundestag has passed the controversial amendments to the national Infection Protection Act that significantly tightens Covid-19 lockdown restrictions. The bill passed despite harsh criticism from the opposition. The bill introducing new binding lockdown rules for the German states with high infection rates was approved by a narrow majority in t…
 
Thailand has stood by its ongoing use of the Chinese Sinovac Biotech Covid vaccine following six recipients reporting stroke-like symptoms, after an inquiry found no connection between the jab and the illnesses. A government-appointed panel of experts investigated the concerns after six medical personnel who were administered the Chinese-developed …
 
The Covid-19 vaccine developed by Indian pharmaceutical firm Bharat Biotech has been found to be 78% effective in preventing symptoms of Covid-19 and 100% against severe disease in stage three trials, the company said. In a press release on Wednesday, Bharat Biotech published second-round interim results from stage-three trials of the country’s fir…
 
President Emmanuel Macron is preparing to ease existing lockdown restrictions, imposed after France was hit by a third wave of coronavirus, by the start of May if, as health officials expect, cases begin falling. France moved schools to remote learning, closed non-essential shops and prohibited travel beyond 10km from home without justification in …
 
At least 22 people have died at a hospital in India's western Maharashtra state after an oxygen leak caused a serious disruption to patient supplies, the region's health minister has said. Many Indian hospitals are already running short on oxygen supplies as the country battles a dramatic surge in Covid-19 infections, with a record 295,000 new case…
 
Syria has been stripped of most of its rights at the global chemical weapons watchdog for alleged breaches. The OPCW stands accused of suppressing facts reported by its own inspectors in Syria for political purposes. The vote to penalize Syria took place on Wednesday at the conference of the states that are parties to the Organization for the Prohi…
 
An Indonesian submarine has gone missing following a navy drill in the Bali Sea, prompting fears that the vessel has sunk. There are 53 people on board, Indonesia’s military said. National Armed Forces Commander Hadi Tjahjanto told reporters that the KRI Nanggala disappeared 95 km (60 miles) north of Bali. The vessel went missing northwest of the p…
 
Israel’s coronavirus response chief said the country is trying to divert millions of doses of AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine which have already been ordered, claiming the government has enough supply through to 2022. Speaking to Army Radio on Wednesday, Nachman Ash, Israel’s national pandemic coordinator, said the country no longer needed the 10 mi…
 
This week we are honoring the often unsung heroes of a veterinary clinic, the veterinary receptionists or CSRs!…Hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT have a “Conversation of Celebration” detailing the many amazing and inspiring abilities of the front desk support staff that allow vets and vet techs to be their best!…Dr. Ward marvels at how ve…
 
The Syrian president has put his name forward to run for a fourth term as the country’s leader in an election planned for May 26. The election has been widely criticized by opposition leaders and the US. In a Facebook post on Wednesday, the People’s Assembly of Syria announced that the candidacy application of incumbent President Bashar Assad had b…
 
Demonstrators have gathered in the thousands in the German capital as the nation’s parliament debates whether to give Merkel’s government more power to impose lockdowns on areas with high Covid-19 infections. Protesters, many of them not wearing face masks, descended on Berlin on Wednesday morning to demonstrate their opposition to Chancellor Angel…
 
The Sri Lankan health minister has informed parliament that the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine has led to three deaths, as well as three additional cases of non-fatal blood clotting. Speaking to the Sri Lankan parliament on April 21, Health Minister Pavithra Wanniarachchi explained that there had been six cases of blood clotting after the AstraZeneca…
 
South Korea’s foreign minister has urged the US to repay a favor by sharing some of its vaccine supply with his country, noting that early in the pandemic Seoul airlifted Covid testing kits and masks to the US. Speaking on Wednesday, South Korean Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong told reporters that his country was counting on the US to help them out…
 
Oxygen reserves at some hospitals in the Indian capital are enough for mere hours of operation, with last-minute deliveries postponing a cut-off for serious patients. The crisis arose amid a spike in Covid-19 infections. Early on Wednesday morning, an oxygen tanker arrived at Delhi’s GTB Hospital, where over 500 patients require the medical gas as …
 
A South Korean court ruled that Japan cannot be legally forced to compensate Korean ‘comfort women’ who were rounded up to work in Japanese military-run brothels during WWII. The case revolved around ‘comfort women’ – a euphemism used to describe women and girls who were forced to work in Japanese Army-run brothels during WWII, when the whole of th…
 
The head of one of China’s Covid-19 vaccine development projects has promised that the supply of jabs will improve in the coming months, after it was reported that some parts of the country were facing acute supply shortages. In an interview with the Global Times on Tuesday, Zheng Zhongwei, director of the Development Center for Medical Science and…
 
France has become the first country in Europe to embrace a “digital coronavirus travel certificate” system – a controversial electronic vaccine passport similar to those that have surfaced in Israel and parts of the US. The TousAntiCovid app is slated to debut next Thursday, a year after the concept was devised in Brussels to serve as the root fram…
 
There's still a long way to go in efforts to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, US State Department spokesman Ned Price has said after indirect talks between Washington and Tehran were paused until next week. “There remains a long road ahead. We have more road ahead of us than we do in the rear-view mirror,” he told a news briefing on Tuesday. Pric…
 
Johnson & Johnson has said it will resume delivery of its Covid-19 vaccine to the EU after the bloc's regulator, the European Medicines Agency's (EMA), said the benefits of the jab outweigh any risks despite blood clot concerns. On Tuesday, the EMA said a review of the Janssen vaccine by its safety committee had found that unusual blood clots with …
 
Researchers have discovered through an Israeli study that a herpes infection could be triggered by Covid-19 vaccinations for certain patients with underlying conditions. The study identified six individuals who developed a rash known as herpes zoster after receiving the Pfizer vaccine. Five developed the rash after their first dose of the vaccinati…
 
International talks to rescue the 2015 Iran nuclear deal have progressed and the original signatories are now clearer about how to get the US and Iran to comply, representatives of Russia and China have said. Two weeks of indirect talks to revive the deal – known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) – have taken place between the US an…
 
The Swedish health authority has confirmed that it will continue to pause the use of the Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine for under-65s amid concerns about the risk of blood clots. People in Sweden under the age of 65 who have only received the first dose of AstraZeneca’s ‘Vaxzevria’ vaccine will be offered an alternative jab for their second, a…
 
Students have blocked the entrance to a university building in Barcelona, in Spain’s Catalonia region, and erected barricades inside. They have refused to leave until the rector reforms the curriculum and financial policy. Activists led by the Catalan student union SEPC used wheeled garbage containers to block the entrances to the University of Bar…
 
President Idriss Deby was killed during a fight against rebels on the frontline, an army spokesman told the media. This happened one day after his re-election for sixth term was confirmed. Deby, 68, sustained multiple injuries during a fight against the Front for Change and Concord in Chad (FACT) rebel group, the Chadian Army said on Tuesday. His s…
 
More than 30 college students in South Korea’s capital have shaved their heads in front of the Japanese embassy to show their opposition to Tokyo’s plan to dump more than a million tons of nuclear wastewater into the ocean. On Tuesday, crowds gathered around the Japanese embassy in Seoul to watch college students, both girls and boys, shave their h…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has said Japan must take all the responsibility for its actions after it announced plans to release Fukushima’s nuclear wastewater into the ocean without undertaking consultations with its neighbors. Speaking on Tuesday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said that Japan had not reached a consensus with the internat…
 
The Chinese president has spoken of his wish to see a fairer world which isn’t dominated by a single country as he called for an end to the artificial “building of walls” and “decoupling” amid simmering tensions with the US. Speaking on Tuesday at the annual Boao Forum for Asia, Chinese leader Xi Jinping said Beijing and its counterparts want to se…
 
Germany’s center-right CDU/CSU Union will field CDU chairman Armin Laschet as its candidate for chancellorship at the upcoming general election. He was overwhelmingly supported by his party’s bosses. The CDU executive board held a six-hour virtual debate on Monday evening to discuss whether to nominate Laschet or CSU leader Markus Soeder as the all…
 
The Philippines will send naval vessels into the disputed South China Sea in a bid to defend what it claims are its oil and mineral resources, President Rodrigo Duterte has said, in remarks he partly directed at China. "I will send my grey ships there to stake a claim," Duterte said in a speech on Monday, explaining that he is not interested in a q…
 
A Rwandan government-commissioned report on the 1994 genocide has accused France of “enabling” the slaughter, going further than a recent French report that held the country responsible but stopped short of judging it complicit. France holds “significant” responsibility for “enabling a foreseeable genocide,” states the 600-page Rwandan report, whic…
 
A consistent global approach to the Covid-19 pandemic could bring it under control before the end of the year, the director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO) has said, despite a record week for Covid-19 infections. “We have the tools to bring this pandemic under control in a matter of months, if we apply them consistently and equitably…
 
The World Health Organization (WHO) has staunchly rejected the use of Covid passports to reopen travel in a meeting of its emergency committee, over concerns that vaccinations alone won’t prevent the transmission of the virus. Reiterating their previously stated position on Monday, the WHO’s Emergency Committee said it opposed the use of proof of v…
 
The EU has defended a newly-unveiled plan to increase its activity in the Indo-Pacific region, insisting the measures are not targeted at China, despite rising international tensions over the South China Sea. Officials said the proposal, headed up by France, Denmark and Germany, is aimed at bolstering EU ties with Australia, India and Japan, and wo…
 
The EU’s chief diplomat has said there are positive signs coming out of talks in Vienna which would see the US and Iran rejoin the nuclear pact that former US president Trump ditched in 2018, introducing sanctions on Tehran. Speaking on Monday, the European Union's top diplomat Josep Borrell spoke of willingness on both sides to rejoin the Joint Co…
 
The leader of Germany’s Christian Social Union (CSU), Markus Soeder, has said his intention to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor is really a matter for the wider Christian Democratic party (CDU) to decide upon. “Where and how, the CDU decides alone,” he told a news conference in Munich on Monday. The leadership hopeful said he would continue with…
 
The UN secretary general has urged the US to set the bar high when Washington decides on its emissions reduction targets, claiming that the US’ move could trigger other heavily polluting countries to do the same. Speaking on Monday, Antonio Guterres told Reuters that he wants the US and other nations to make big commitments on climate change. The w…
 
America’s NASA celebrated the world’s first successful flight of a helicopter on another planet on Monday, after the Ingenuity aircraft flew above Mars in a major milestone for science and technology. Footage beamed back to the agency from a satellite orbiting the Red Planet showed the helicopter briefly rising above the surface of Mars at around a…
 
The head of Taiwan’s defense ministry’s strategic planning section has told lawmakers that the government is seeking to procure, from the US, air-to-surface missiles with a possible range of 925km, to bolster its defenses. Speaking on Monday, Lee Shih-chiang, head of Taiwan’s defense ministry’s strategic planning department, noted Lockheed Martin C…
 
From Monday night, the Indian capital will be under a strict lockdown for six days, amid growing Covid-19 concerns. These include a lack of hospital beds and medical supplies to treat the growing number of people with coronavirus. Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said in a public statement that healthcare services were at breaking point. He w…
 
Pakistan’s interior minister has confirmed that 11 police officers who were taken hostage by Islamist radicals during violent anti-France demonstrations last weekend have been released but more talks are needed to resolve issues. In a series of video messages published on Monday, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad said that the “first round of t…
 
After Berlin's rent cap was declared unconstitutional by the Federal Constitutional Court, Germany is discussing the consequences. Will there be a nationwide rent cap after the federal election in September? This is one of the most frequent and potentially most important questions for many landlords and tenants.…
 
The Chinese foreign ministry has blasted the US and Japan, criticizing their own historical human rights record, after the two nations issued a joint statement pledging a new partnership and slamming China’s behavior. Speaking on Monday, foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin denounced the joint statement made by Washington and Tokyo, which claimed…
 
Multiple shooting victims have presented at hospitals in the Shreveport area of Louisiana, after a gun battle in a city parking lot. Media say five are in hospital, two of whom are critically injured. Late on Sunday evening, shots were fired in the city, with media outlets reporting that five individuals had shown up at local hospitals with injurie…
 
Spanish police have seized weapons, including a replica assault rifle and explosives, in a raid on what has been called the first illegal 3D-printed weapons workshop in Spain, capable of producing weapon parts in minutes. Law enforcement officers raided a facility in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in Spain's Canary Islands and arrested its owner, whose ide…
 
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