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More than 5 million international students were studying outside their home country in 2016. With over 3,00,000 Indian students studying overseas, India is the second largest source of international students after China. However, in the recent times, the political turmoil triggered by the results of the UK’s referendum to leave European Union or Brexit and the American Presidential elections has also created an environment of restrictive immigration and visa policies in these countries. Will the number of Indian students studying abroad continue to grow in this environment?Read it at CNBC Related Items
Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Katowice: Outgoing World Anti-Doping Agency president Craig Reedie said on Tuesday the scale and size of the Russian doping scandal that erupted in 2015 had overwhelmed his organisation at the time.Speaking at the World Conference on doping in sport, Reedie said the Russian doping affair that emerged ahead of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and saw the involvement of a vast number of athletes, coaches and officials was the biggest challenge WADA had faced in its 20-year existence. “The worst case of system failure in my time as president of WADA or in the entire time of the anti-doping movement is Russia,” Reedie told the conference.He said the level of cheating was “unprecedented,” leaving WADA under mounting pressure to work for all clean athletes as the Russian anti-doping agency (RUSADA) was declared non-compliant.”What it (scandal) taught us when it erupted was that we were not equipped to deal with such a large-scale programme,” Reedie said.RUSADA was suspended after the 2015 WADA report found evidence of state-sponsored doping in Russian sport and the country was barred from the Rio de Janeiro Olympics the following year.All Russian athletes also competed as independents at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.RUSADA’s suspension was lifted in September 2018 amid strong criticism as WADA gradually got access to key Russian athletes’ data from the Russian lab.But in September WADA said it had again opened compliance proceedings against RUSADA after finding “inconsistencies” in the vast bank of historical testing data finally handed over in January.That means RUSADA are again at risk of being declared non-compliant and thus putting Russia’s participation at the Tokyo Olympics next year at risk.Reedie did not say when a decision on this matter will be taken.”Clearly we have all faced pressures to deal with the Russian situation effectively,” said Reedie, who will be replaced by Poland’s sports minister Witold Banka on Jan. 1.”Athletes expect us in WADA to step up the fight. They expect the rules to be enforced. 2020 tokyo olympicscraig reedieDopingOlympics First Published: November 5, 2019, 4:08 PM IST
New Delhi, July 14 (PTI) An August gathering of sporting legends, politicians and Bollywood celebrities will be in full attendance when star boxer Vijender Singh takes on Australias Kerry Hope in the WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight Championship title. at the Thyagaraj stadium here on Saturday. Kapil Dev, Yuvraj Singh, Virender Sehwag, Suresh Raina, Gautam Gambhir will be in attendance from the cricketing world. Besides countrys star woman boxer Mary Kom and double Olympic medalist wrestler Sushil Kumar will also witness the fight. The stars of Bollywood that will add to the power packed performance and the glam quotient of the event are Irfan Khan, Randeep Hooda, Neha Dhupia, Diljit Dosanj, Rannvijay, Baadshah, Jimmy Shergil and Raghu among others. Other prominent personalities that attend the event are Finance Minister of Haryana Captain Abhimanyu Singh, Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi, BJP President Amit Shah, Union Minister Smriti Irani, Kailash Vijayvargiya, Rajiv Shukla, Baba Ramdev and Anirudh Chaudhary. Singh has lived up to a very successful run in the amateur boxing circuit and has been unbeaten in the six fights that he has competed after turning professional in 2015. PTI SSC SSC
Liverpool Liverpool team news: Van Dijk makes league bow & Salah starts at Swansea Melissa Reddy Liverpool FC Correspondent 03:00 1/23/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Liverpool Premier League Swansea City v Liverpool Swansea City The world’s most expensive defender is the only change to the XI made by Jurgen Klopp as the Egyptian speedster is fit to feature Virgil van Dijk makes his Premier League debut as a Liverpool player against Swansea City at the Liberty stadium on Monday night.The £75 million centre-back is the only change to the starting line-up that ousted Manchester City 4-3 last time out; an encounter he missed through a tight hamstring.The world’s most expensive defender replaces Dejan Lovren alongside Joel Matip, with the Croatian absent through illness. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Mohamed Salah has recovered from a virus to line up in attack while Ragnar Klavan has shaken off a similar issue to make the bench.Juventus-target Emre Can assumes the captaincy as the longest-serving member of the XI.There is no place in the matchday squad for Daniel Sturridge, who is fit but could depart the club this month with Inter Milan submitting a loan offer for his services.Jordan Henderson (hamstring) and Alberto Moreno (ankle) are both in full training, but will not be rushed back into the fold.Liverpool XI: Karius, Gomez, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson, Can, Wijnaldum, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Mane, FirminoLiverpool subs: Mignolet, Klavan, Alexander-Arnold, Milner, Lallana, Ings, Solanke Subscribe to Goal’s Liverpool Correspondent Neil Jones’ weekly email bringing you the best Liverpool FC writing from around the web
Patients and staff at the Bellevue Hospital in Kingston are benefitting from the recent upgrading and refurbishing of the facility at a cost of approximately $23.5 million. The lion’s share of the funds, $22 million, went towards the comprehensive overhaul of the kitchen, to create the Department of Dietetics and Nutrition, which boasts state-of-the-art amenities. The works included the repair and water proofing of the roof; complete electrical rewiring; replacement of the plumping system; reconfiguration of the steam system; re-meshing of the windows; retiling of the floors and walls; painting; rodents and insect proofing; construction of garbage disposal system and chemical areas; repairing of all major equipment, including cold storage facilities, stove and chill system; as well as the upgrading of the management of the food waste system. The remaining $1.5 million was used to purchase a new dental chair for the Dental Health Unit. At a ceremony held on Thursday, May 16, on the grounds of the 150-year old hospital located on Windward Road, Health Minister, Hon. Dr. Fenton Ferguson, said that the rehabilitation works were well-needed. “You can appreciate that some of the infrastructure at the Bellevue Hospital would need significant repair and overhaul, given the age of the facility,” he stated. He further noted that from “time to time we will have to do comprehensive repairs of buildings and other infrastructure and in some cases total replacement”. Dr. Ferguson informed that a second chair and well-needed equipment were also donated to the Dental Health Unit by Dr. Roy Streete, a visiting dental surgeon from the United States. The unit is expected to be fully functional by June 1 when a full time dentist is to come on board. With the opening of the unit, patients and staff will be able to access dental health services from Monday to Friday. Chief Executive Officer of the hospital, David Dobson, noted that along with the upgrading, critical staffing gaps have been filled and a comprehensive training programme designed and executed to facilitate the preparation of staff. The training dubbed: ‘Bellevue Employee Empowerment Programme (BEEP),’ caters to the development of hospital staff in the use of the new Department of Dietetics and Nutrition and the equipment. The Bellevue Hospital, which was built in 1861, has an in-patient population of approximately 800, with a staff complement of 650. Contact: Athaliah Reynolds-Baker
The panel also recommends that government not balance the budget until 2012-13. According to the panel, balancing the budget too soon would slow economic recovery in Nova Scotia and destabilize public services. “I believe the advice from the panel on balancing the budget too soon is sound,” said Premier Dexter. “We have information now that no one had six months ago, and I recognize that we cannot balance the budget next year. However what matters now is that we make the right choices based on this information. Promoting recovery and ensuring the stability of public services must serve as guidelines for the speed at which the budget is balanced.” Premier Dexter noted that he remains optimistic about Nova Scotia’s future. “I am optimistic that our province will overcome this difficult challenge and seize this moment as an opportunity to re-shape our future,” the premier said. “Government will get Nova Scotia back on a sustainable path and create a province where people can live, work and raise their families.” Premier Darrell Dexter, today, Nov. 16, responded to the Economic Advisory Panel report that indicated government will have to make tough choices to restore the province to a solid, balanced fiscal standing. “Government will restore the sound fiscal foundation needed to deliver important government services like health and education, but it will not happen overnight and will require us to make some very tough decisions over the next three to four years,” said Premier Dexter. The Economic Panel laid out three methods to address the financial situation in Nova Scotia: raising taxes; cutting spending; and spurring economic growth. Premier Dexter said the approach to address the financial situation in Nova Scotia must be fair, balanced and careful not to rely on any one method. Government will initiate these panel recommendations: Create a Premier’s Council on the Economy by asking business, labour and voluntary sector leaders to participate. Specific terms of reference for the council will be developed and recruitment will take place shortly thereafter. Develop a multi-year fiscal plan that will balance the budget at the earliest possible time, because government is committed to living within its means. Spur economic growth, particularly through training and education. Government will promote investment that increases secure jobs, a skilled and dedicated work force and a strong business climate. Engage Nova Scotians through a comprehensive consultation process to help people understand the nature and scope of the financial problem. In the next few weeks, government will travel the province asking Nova Scotians questions that will help inform policy and guide government decisions on spending.
A new cabinet committee structure will support new government priorities, Premier Stephen McNeil announced today, Nov. 12. Executive Council has approved the establishment of Treasury and Policy Board, Issues Committee, and Legislation Committee. “We’re getting down to work for the people of Nova Scotia,” said Premier McNeil. “These committees will ensure that we follow through on our commitments to Nova Scotians in a strategic, co-ordinated manner.” “Our ministers, through these committees, will be able to make sure that our policies align with budget realities, that legislation is timely and well thought out, and that issues and opportunities are dealt from a variety of perspectives, in the best interest of Nova Scotians.” Treasury and Policy Board will develop and implement financially responsible policies, plans and strategies for the province. The board will also oversee budget preparation and spending approval. Previously, Treasury Board and Policy and Priorities were separate committees. Diana Whalen, Minister of Finance and Treasury Board, will chair the board. Members will include Michel Samson, Minister of Economic and Rural Development and Tourism, Karen Casey, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development, Labi Kousoulis, Minister of the Public Service Commission, and Mark Furey, Minister of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations. The Issues Committee will monitor emerging policy issues, co-ordinate significant corporate initiatives across departments, and will develop federal/provincial/territorial negotiating mandates. Mr. Kousoulis will chair this committee with the following members: Ms. Whalen; Kelly Regan, Minister of Labour and Advanced Education; Andrew Younger, Minister of Energy and Communications Nova Scotia; and Geoff MacLellan, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal. MLAs Iain Rankin and Keith Irving will also sit on the committee. The Legislation Committee will review all proposed legislation and recommend a legislative agenda to Executive Council. The Legislation Committee will be chaired by Mr. Samson. Members include Keith Colwell, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries and Aquaculture, Mr. Younger, Zach Churchill, Minister of Natural Resources, and Lena Diab, Minister of Justice. MLAs Joachim Stroink and Gordon Wilson will also sit on the committee. The premier and deputy premier are ex-officio members of all committees. In creating this committee structure, the Economic Investment Committee and Policy and Priorities committees will cease to exist. Amendments will be made to the Public Service Act this fall in the House of Assembly to fully implement the new committee structure.
At lunchtime, local ingredients and dishes are what’s on the menu. There will also be demonstrations on compost teas, a portable sawmill and Christmas tree shearing. The event will also have trade show booths and agricultural experts available to answer questions. Small Farm Expo 2015 is funded under Growing Forward 2, the five-year framework agreement for agriculture which is cost-shared 60-40 between the federal and provincial governments. For more information and to register visit http://novascotia.ca/thinkfarm . goats and cheese making jams and jellies bread and baking haskap production sausage making garlic 101 heritage livestock pastured beef food safety getting started in organic farming small-scale beekeeping south shore grape growing Aspiring, new and experienced farmers will have an opportunity to expand their knowledge and skills at farmer-led workshops and demonstrations at this year’s Small Farm Expo. The expo, now in its sixth year, will take place on Monday, July 20, at the Bridgewater Exhibition Grounds. Participants will discover how small-scale farmers are building on traditional farming knowledge and practices using modern production technology, farm business management and marketing. “The type of connections formed at events like this, between experienced farmers and new farmers, continue to build our agricultural industry,” said Agriculture Minister Keith Colwell. ”This expo creates stronger ties and partnerships in the agriculture community, which is all part of the growth we are seeing in the agricultural sector in Nova Scotia.” “Farmer-led workshops provide new farmers with a great opportunity to learn from seasoned veterans in the agriculture community,” said federal Agriculture Minister, Gerry Ritz. “Our government is proud to partner with the province to help give Nova Scotia farmers access to the tools they need to grow their business and our overall economy.” Workshops include:
1 May 2009The top United Nations envoy to the Middle East has urged better access for essential items to enter Gaza, stressing that the humanitarian and early recovery situation there nearly four months after the end of Israel’s military offensive is “alarming” and shows no real progress. During a visit to Gaza yesterday, UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Robert Serry was informed of the difficulties facing families, businesses and civic groups as they try to move forward after the offensive, which Israel launched on 27 December with the stated aim of ending rocket attacks by Hamas and other groups.At least 1,300 Palestinians were killed in the three-week operation and some 5,300 wounded, while homes, schools, hospitals and marketplaces were reduced to rubble.“The situation is really alarming – fulfilling the humanitarian needs and beginning early recovery is impossible without the adequate entry of fuel, cash and materials needed for the repairs of damaged or destroyed homes, schools, clinics and other urgent infrastructure repairs,” stated Mr. Serry. “Better access is crucial.”UN humanitarian chief John Holmes stressed the same point yesterday, noting that while donors have pledged money, the flow of goods is “wholly inadequate and reconstruction is almost impossible.” Roughly 75 per cent of Gaza’s 1.5 million residents require assistance, but even the most essential imports are subject to intense limitations by Israeli authorities, he pointed out in an opinion piece published in the European Voice (Brussels).Mr. Serry added that “time is passing and there is no real progress.” Noting that tens of thousands of Gazans whose homes were hit in the conflict now face a sweltering summer in unacceptable conditions without proper shelter, he stressed the urgent need to begin rebuilding and repairing homes. The envoy also warned that the underlying political issues need to be addressed. “In the absence of real progress on issues like Palestinian reconciliation, open crossings, secure borders and prisoner exchanges, the potential for renewed violence is ever present.“That would be disastrous for people in Gaza as well as Southern Israel. We’ve got to change this dynamic, with political progress, and with practical results on the ground,” he stated.
The Canadian oilsands industry is beset with environmental concerns and low crude prices. Nonetheless, production is expected to grow. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers estimates that oilsands output will reach 3.7 million barrels per day in 2030 from 2.4 million bpd last year.Some key dates in the history of the oilsands:1719: A Cree man named Wa-Pa-Su presents an oilsands sample for trade at the Hudson’s Bay Company to Henry Kelsey, who was the first recorded European to see it.1923: Dr. Karl Clark of the Alberta Research Council develops a process that uses hot water to separate oil from oilsands, which he patents in 1928.1967: Philadelphia-based Sun Oil opens its $240-million Great Canadian Oil Sands project with an initial production capacity of 45,000 barrels per day.1974: The Alberta Oilsands Technology and Research Authority is formed to develop a way of recovering the 80 per cent of bitumen buried too deep for mining. The method is known as “in situ,” Latin for “in place.” The result was steam-assisted gravity drainage, known in industry parlance as SAGD, where steam is injected into a reservoir to warm the thick bitumen so that it can be pumped to the surface.1978: Syncrude Canada opens a mining operation using large draglines and conveyor belt systems to excavate and pile oilsands deposits.1993: Suncor Energy adopts more effective and cost-efficient truck and shovel technology to replace less reliable bucket-wheel excavator and conveyor belt systems, resulting in the loss of about 400 jobs.2001: After several years of operating as a pilot project, Foster Creek becomes the first commercial oilsands project to use SAGD technology. It is now owned by Cenovus Energy.2004: Alberta oilsands production reaches one million bpd.2008: Actress Neve Campbell tours the oilsands, becoming one of the first celebrities to speak out against the industry . Since then, a number of high-profile figures including director James Cameron, anti-apartheid leader Desmond Tutu, singer Neil Young and actor Leonardo DiCaprio have made similar trips to draw attention to environmental concerns.2012: Oilsands production from thermal in situ wells and other non-mining methods reaches 960,000 bpd, surpassing output from strip mines at 930,000 for the first time.(Sources: Oil Sands Discovery Centre, Suncor Energy, The Canadian Press)
VANCOUVER — Amazon says it will open a second corporate office in Vancouver, but not the highly sought-after second headquarters that has commanded the attention of governments across North America.The office will be located downtown and employ an additional 1,000 workers.Amazon opened its first Vancouver office in 2015, which now employs more than 1,000 people, mostly software development engineers.The tech giant made the announcement at its Vancouver office Friday morning.B.C. Premier John Horgan says it’s a great day for jobs in the province.Vancouver is among several Canadian cities in contention to attract the company’s US$5 billion second North American headquarters.The Canadian Press
24,024 Views https://jrnl.ie/4516391 Share16 Tweet Email Short URL Image: Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie No Comments THE CRIMINAL ASSETS Bureau (CAB) has today secured a court order to seize a house and almost €27,000 in cash from Maria Byrne, the sister of David Byrne who was fatally shot in the Regency Hotel in February 2016.CAB said it had secured the two assets on consent pursuant to Section 3 and 4A of the Proceeds of Crime Act, 2006 -2016.Maria Byrne was the last remaining respondent in the case of CAB vs Liam Byrne, another brother of David, which has been before the High Court.The house seized is a property at Raleigh Square, Crumlin, Dublin 12, which CAB said was the former residence of Liam Byrne.The sum of cash seized is €26,760.CAB secured orders from the High Court against Liam Byrne in 2017, saying he and a number of other individuals had links to the Kinahan crime gang.It seized assets such as jewellery, motorbikes and cars during raids at various locations. Comments have been closed for legal reasons Image: Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie Wednesday 27 Feb 2019, 5:30 PM Feb 27th 2019, 5:30 PM Criminal Assets Bureau seizes house from sister of Regency Hotel shooting victim David Byrne The property seized is located in Crumlin, Dublin 12. By Sean Murray Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
The airport also tweeted an image of Gayle being reunited with Van Essen, with both dog and human appearing to be happy to be together again.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. ATLANTA (WSVN) — A show dog that went missing moments before a flight home to the Netherlands has been found just outside the Atlanta airport.Floris Van Essen said his show dog Gayle was flying to the Netherlands with a handler when Gayle suddenly went missing moments before boarding the flight, Saturday. Pure happiness. Gayle and her owner reunited. #ATL pic.twitter.com/fCRncpeIOc— Atlanta Airport (@ATLairport) March 26, 2019“I’ve never felt this distraught, utterly helpless and hopeless,” Van Essen said. “She’s nothing but sweet, but as you can imagine, a strange place, hard sounds, airplanes coming over, so she’s bound to be skittish and scared out of her mind.”In a statement from KLM Airlines, they said that the 22-month-old American Staffordshire terrier Gayle broke out of her cage as it was being loaded into the cargo. They also said that they were working with the airport to find Gayle.However, this story has a happy ending. Tuesday afternoon, the Atlanta Airport tweeted that Gayle had been found in some heavy brush near a runway.
This handout picture taken and released by the Paris firefighters brigade (BSPP) in the night of 5 February 2019 shows a fire in a building in Erlanger street in the 16th arrondissement in Paris, that killed 10 people. Photo: AFPAt least 10 people died and 30 were injured in an overnight blaze at an apartment block in Paris that police suspect was deliberately started by a female resident, officials and firefighters said Tuesday.The fire on the upper floors of the building in rue Erlanger in the upmarket 16th district of southwest Paris is the most deadly in the capital since 2005.Dramatic video footage from the scene showed flames leaping out of top floor windows and firemen climbing narrow ladders to rescue terrified residents, some dressed only in pyjamas, from the top of the eight-storey block.Described by one rescue worker as a “scene of incredible violence”, the blaze left at least 10 people dead and around 30 others injured — six of them firefighters, the fire service said.”One person who lives in the building has been arrested. She’s a 40-year-old woman who has prior psychological problems,” Paris prosecutor Remy Heitz said at the scene, where the smell of smoke still hung in the air several hours after the blaze was extinguished.An investigation has been opened into the criminal charge of causing death by arson amid fears that the toll could climb further as investigators search the burned-out top floors.Tributes were paid to rescue workers who saved around 50 people on Monday night, some of whom had climbed on to the roofs of adjacent buildings to escape the inferno.The fire started at about 1:00am (0000 GMT) and was only brought under control more than five hours later by around 200 firefighters backed by 100 fire engines.”At windows, people were yelling ‘Help, help!’ everyone was panicking,” witness Humberto Ribas, who works in a building opposite, told AFP.Another local, who gave his name as Nicolas, said he initially thought a fight had broken out when he heard a woman screaming.”She was screaming, screaming and we went outside and the building was already on fire,” he said.Inner courtyardBut rescue efforts were initially hampered by the fact that the blaze was ripping through apartments inside an inner courtyard, with no vehicle access.”The firemen had just arrived but what was amazing was that they were completely impotent,” Nicolas told AFP.”They had the trucks, the big ladders, but they couldn’t do anything.”Only once they had fitted extenders to their equipment, which needed to be carried into the courtyard were the firefighters able to begin rescue operations.Several times the blaze appeared to have been brought under control before flaring up again, another witness told AFP.”The building was very difficult to access,” Daniele Giazzi, mayor of the 16th district, told BFM television as she paid tribute to the rescue workers who toiled through the night.Several local residents said the fire started after a dispute between neighbours in the block, which was built in the 1970s, unlike many of the older, classic Parisian buildings nearby.”It’s one of the possibilities being examined by investigators,” deputy mayor of Paris Emmanuel Gregoire told RTL radio.Sports stadiumsThe wealthy neighbourhood is home to several private schools and lies on the edge of the vast Bois de Boulogne park.It is close to the stadium of football club Paris Saint-Germain, the Parc des Princes, and the Roland Garros complex used for the French Open tennis tournament.”France is waking up with emotion after the fire on rue Erlanger in Paris,” President Emmanuel Macron tweeted.”Thoughts for the victims. Thank you to the firefighters whose courage helped save many lives.”The fire is the most deadly in Paris since 2005 when an arson attack at a building in the southeast 13th district killed 17 people, 14 of them children.The worst fire in Paris since World War II was in April of the same year when 24 people perished at a building used for temporary accommodation after a fight between two residents.Tuesday’s blaze follows a powerful gas explosion last month that killed four people in the city’s central 9th district and is likely to renew debate about fire safety in the City of Light.Two adjacent buildings were also evacuated as a precaution and local officials were on site to help find housing for residents who could not return home.Standing at the police cordon, Jose Emilien was anxiously seeking news of his cousin and nephew who live on the sixth floor of the building.”I called both of them,” the 46-year-old builder told AFP.”They’re not picking up and I don’t have any news.”
5. New Imaging Method Could Catch Osteoarthritis Early 1. Imaging Zika Virus – Radiologic Assessment and Tracking in Prenatal Development 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 News | Radiology Imaging | July 22, 2019 AHRA and Canon Medical Systems Support the 12th Annual Putting Patients First Program For the past twelve years, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. has partnered with read more 3. Treatment Planning Systems Overview The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July. 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 12. Case Study: Enhancing Precision, Growing Patient Volume, Fighting a Growing Public Health Threat Videos | AAPM | July 23, 2019 VIDEO: Bridging Diversity in Medical Physics to Improve Patient Care Cynthia McColl… read more 15. Shorter Radiation Course Recommended for Early-Stage Breast Cancer Patients Videos | Artificial Intelligence | July 03, 2019 VIDEO: Artificial Intelligence May Assist in Pediatric Imaging Sudhen Desai, M.D., FSIR, read more 8. 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Feature | September 01, 2016 Most Popular ITN Content in August 2016 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 10. Artificial Intelligence May Hold Key to Radiology’s Future 11. First Data Presented on ViewRay’s MRIdian Linac Technology at AAPM 2016 The fear of Zika virus spreading in the United States and what radiologists need to look for was the biggest driver of reader interest, as seen in August’s No. 1 article below. This MRI of a 26-week-old neonate with Zika shows septation in the ventricle and other issues caused by the virus. September 1, 2016 — Here is the list of the top 15 most popular pieces of content on the Imaging Technology News (ITN) magazine website from the month of August based on website analytics: 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. Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro 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 4. 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PHOTOS: Costa Rica clinches World Cup 2018 berth VIDEO: World Cup 2014 Retrospective! Related posts:World Cup 2018: Two Costa Rican fans travel to La Sele’s rival countries Serbia defeats Costa Rica 1-0 at the 2018 World Cup Costa Rica, Brazil battle rumors of tension and injury before high-stakes matchup Costa Rica fans descend on Saint Petersburg “Keylor Navas is flying again. Fast, astute, impeccable.”So begins a story in the Argentinean daily Clarín, headlined “Real Madrid found a superhero in Central America.” Author Waldermar Iglesias waxes eloquent about the Costa Rican superstar goalkeeper and then wanders into Costa Rican history.A sociologist quoted in the story argues that Costa Rica’s extraordinary passion for football has its roots in the country’s lack of an army. Keylor Navas and Real Madrid topped Manchester CIty 1-0 in the Champions League semifinals second leg at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid to advance to the tournament final in 2016. Curto de la Torre/AFP“Keylor was born in Costa Rica. It sounds like the periphery of football, but that’s not true,” the story reads. “It’s one of the countries with the strongest passion for the sport. It’s all about a central question… that goes beyond the playing field: before the last World Cup, sociologist Sergio Villena Fiengo told this daily, ‘Costa Rica is a country that abolished its army in 1948 and had no war of independence as such… in this framework, the Men’s National Soccer Team is a ritualistic space in which, in some way, a ‘return of repressed militarism’ is produced.“‘Discussion of the team is full of warlike, epic rhetoric, with elements that emphasize masculinity and virility as well as the idea of ‘conquest,’” Iglesias told the daily. La Sele reached its highest heights at the 2014 World Cup, but has inspired Ticos for decades. Lindsay Fendt / The Tico TimesThe story also quotes Rafael Angel Calderón, who, as president in 1990 when Costa Rica sent its Men’s National Team to the World Cup for the first time in history (with surprising success), said that “This is the most marvelous thing that has ever happened in Costa Rican history… the greatest of all God’s gifts to us.” Costa Rica’s Marco Ureña (R) celebrates with teammates after scoring against Mexico during their 2018 World Cup football qualifier match at the National Stadium. AFP PHOTO / Carlos GONZALEZ“The plane that carried [the team upon its return] flew at the lowest level all over the country until it ran out of gas. Not even the sick stayed inside. In the streets, the party lasted much longer than the next morning,” Iglesias writes. “It’s not magical realism. It’s Costa Rican soccer in its purest state. Navas, the superhero of Real Madrid, will be in this World Cup as well… in search of new epic journeys for La Sele, that weaponless army of his beloved Costa Rica.”Read the original story here.Stay tuned for our World Cup-themed print edition, coming in June. Where will you be watching Keylor and friends during the 2018 World Cup? Tell us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, and look back at La Sele’s ride to the tournament: Facebook Comments
‘SNL’ comedian Leslie Jones returns to Olympics as super fan NEW YORK, N.Y. – Super fan Leslie Jones is returning to the Olympics.The “Saturday Night Live” comedian is joining NBC’s coverage of the Pyeongchang Olympics as a contributor, reprising her role from the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games.The network said Tuesday that Jones will attend Olympic events, meet athletes and spread her enthusiasm for the games on television and online. The games run Feb. 9-25.Jones posted a photo on Twitter of her dressed in red, white and blue gear while working out on an exercise machine with the caption, “Guess What Time It is Y’all!!!!! And Guess Where I’m Going!!!!! Slay All Day USA!!!!!!!”During the Rio Games, Jones had been live-tweeting while watching the games in the U.S. and posted a video of herself decked out in the American flag and wearing plastic gold medals. Upon seeing it, NBC Olympics president Jim Bell invited her to Rio.Bell says: “Experiencing the Olympics through the lens of Leslie is unlike anything else. Her passion for Team USA is contagious, and her adventures in South Korea should be fascinating.”Jones was an Emmy nominee for “SNL” and hosted last year’s BET Awards.___More AP Olympic coverage: https://wintergames.ap.org by The Associated Press Posted Jan 30, 2018 8:20 am PDT Last Updated Jan 30, 2018 at 9:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
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