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Huaweis Pizza OLT Solution to Accelerate FTTH Network Deployment

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Shenzhen, China, November 22, 2017] Huawei today officially launched its Pizza Optical Line Terminal (OLT) solution, which is based on

The secrets of the "ideal" open plan office revealed

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What makes the ideal open-plan office? Researchers at UCL have used data analysis, video observation and surveys to study how we interact at work and come up with an answer.

iCIMS CMO Honored Alongside Leading Female Executives

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During an award ceremony last Friday, Vitale was named a silver award recipient as a Female Executive of the Year for companies with

Zeid hails momentous conviction of Ratko Mladic, the epitome of evil

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Mladic presided over some of the darkest crimes to occur in Europe since World War II, bringing terror, death and destruction to thousands of victims, and sorrow, tragedy and trauma to countless more. His conviction is a testament to the courage and determination of those victims and witnesses who never gave up hope that they would see him brought to justice,” said Zeid, who served in the UN Protection Force in the former Yugoslavia from 1994 to 1996.

Frictional Heat Powers Hydrothermal Activity on Enceladus

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Surface, ocean and core of Saturn's moon Enceladus. The illustration shows the ice shell, which is thinner at the polar regions, with

People of African descent: Geneva meeting to address challenges in combating racial discrimination

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GENEVA (22 November 2017) – Participants from Europe, Central Asia and North America will meet in Geneva from 23 to 24 November to address key issues, challenges, trends and priorities for the effective promotion and protection of the human rights of people of African descent.

Enhancing the quantum sensing capabilities of diamond: Shooting electrons at diamonds can introduce quantum sensors into them

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Researchers have discovered that dense ensembles of quantum spins can be created in diamond with high resolution using an electron microscopes, paving the way for enhanced sensors and resources for quantum technologies.

Report medicine side effects, campaign urges

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DOCTORS are being urged to report side effects from over-the-counter medicines in a new social media campaign from the Medicines Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).

CEVA promotes Jerome Lorrain to COO Freight Management

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Hoofddorp, the Netherlands, 22 November 2017 – CEVA Logistics, one of the world’s leading supply chain management companies, has

Could Jonathan Jones Be Insurance If Patriots Cant Keep Malcolm Butler?

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When Jonathan Jones first met with the New England media as a member of the Patriots in May 2016, he unsurprisingly was asked about

Scouting The Dolphins: Does Miami Have Any Chance Against Red-Hot Patriots?

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For the third time in three weeks, the New England Patriots are preparing to face a team that’s trending in the wrong

Regional workforce development strengthened with the expansion of the One Stop Workforce Center

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This is a big day for us,” said Governor Terry McAuliffe during his remarks at the One Stop Workforce Center grand opening of the

Syria: In Talks, Focus on Protecting Civilians

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Beirut) – Russia, Turkey, and Iran should make protecting civilians a priority when they meet in Sochi, Russia on November 22, 2017, Human Rights Watch said today. Recent airstrikes by the Russian-Syrian joint military operation that hit a market and police station in an area of Northern Syria included in a recent safe zone agreement shows the risks facing civilians living in so called “safe zones.” The attacks killed at least 75 civilians, including five children.

Gastric acid suppressant lansoprazole may target tuberculosis

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A cheap and widely used drug, used to treat conditions such as heartburn, gastritis and ulcers, could work against the bacteria that cause tuberculosis (TB), according to new research from UCL and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.

Universities must work more flexibly for arts and humanities research to have greater value, report finds

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A new report recommends that universities respect the expertise of partners in creative and cultural sectors, if they want collaborative arts and humanities research to have greater value.

Thomson Reuters Introduces APA Connectivity Solutions for MiFID II Trade Reporting Requirements

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MiFID II regulations require financial companies to publish pre- and post-trade data to at least one APA, which will lead to a

Edusave Scholarships for Independent Schools (ESIS)

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MOE has introduced the Edusave Scholarships for Independent Schools (ESIS), which will replace the following scholarships previously

Nexans Opens the Latest High Voltage Test Laboratory at its Calais Center of Excellence

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The new enlarged Center is now fully operational, with the capacity to test cable systems up to 1.5 million

The World Federation of Exchanges publishes position paper on international regulatory dissonance

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London, 22 November 2017 – The World Federation of Exchanges ("The WFE"), which represents more than 200 market infrastructure

Sparkle extends its Virtual NAP solution to Istanbul in partnership with De-CIX, the world's leading operator of Internet Exchange Platforms

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Sparkle, the international services arm of TIM Group and among top 10 global operators, announces the availability of its Virtual NAP

Confidence for Christmas remains robust, as retailers prioritise marketing spend

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Whether it’s Moz the Monster or Paddington Bear, the focus on Christmas adverts from UK retailers is greater than ever this year.

Suppression of miR-29 protects against cardiac fibrosis

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Professor Stefan Engelhardt (right) and Petros Avramopoulos: researchers at TUM's Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology have investigated the effects of miR-29.

New methodology for protein crystallisation

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Scientists from Diamond Light Source have published a novel video-based article of their work here at the synchrotron. The study presented the characterisation of a bacterial protein from Streptococcus pneumoniae that is involved in uptake of carbohydrates by the bacteria to use as a nutrient source. These proteins are potential targets for vaccine and/or new antibacterials due to their location on the surface of the bacteria and their critical role in infection, thus understanding the molecular structure can contribute to new strategies for combatting pneumococcal disease.

Organic food: green light for fresh EU rules

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MEPs want to strengthen the EU's organic logo to increase consumer trust in products bearing the label.

Ghana is the new golden opportunity for Danish eco-tech and food businesses

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Today, the Danish Minister for Environment and Food, Esben Lunde Larsen, will participate in a state visit with trade mission to Ghana alongside Her Majesty Queen Margrethe and 39 Danish businesses. The visit is to pave the way for Danish eco-technology and Danish food products on the growing West African market.

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