Twentieth Century

Did Eric Kandel rest on his laurels? No

Eric Kandel at a ceremony in Vienna in November 2019.Credit: APA-PictureDesk GmbH / Shutterstock There is life after the Nobel Prize Eric Kandel Columbia Univ. Press (2021) In 1996, Denise Kandel warned her husband that if he won the Nobel Prize for his pioneering work on memory, it should be …

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Iran won’t break along ethnic lines like Ethiopia

Ethiopia is facing an existential crisis. Just over a year ago, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed sparked a war against the northern Tigray state when, angered by the local government’s refusal to delay the elections, he sent the army. He believed it would be fun and, indeed, he quickly captured the …

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its client protection law will not stop the registration of complaints or prevent abuse in the financial sector – CVBJ

VCTOR MARTNEZ Updated Friday, December 3, 2021 – 1:50 AM They report that seven in ten consumers abandon their complaint without a complete solution. The Minister of Consumer Affairs, Alberto Garzn, appears after the celebration of a Council of Ministers. Consumer associations rebel against the Minister of Consumer Affairs, Alberto …

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Rosseti Public Joint Stock: the Group participated in the third Russian-Chinese Energy Business Forum

29.11.2021 The delegation was led by Andrey Ryumin, Managing Director of PJSC Rosseti. Key issues of Russia-China cooperation in the energy sector were discussed in the forum. During the teleconference, during which intelligent control systems were discussed, it was noted that in the context of the transition to carbon neutrality …

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Tourists packed Moab last week as pandemic travelers filled the West

Moab on a mid-fall weekday evening was full. All motels, RV parks and tent sites had “no vacancy” notices. Every food supplier, from Denny’s to local and organic artisans, had limited hours and menus due to understaffing or food shortages. At the southern tip of Utah, things got worse. There …

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Small Business Saturday Focuses On Small Business Purchases

A three-generation business, the Swarthmore Flower & Gift Shop had its doors open and was full of festive vibes with plenty of holiday items for sale as it joined thousands of businesses across the country participating in Small Business Saturday . Small Business Saturday was launched by American Express in …

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Faith: Joseph the Dreamer | Community

Dreams in the Bible come in two basic forms; the first is a direct message from God or the angels of God. Genesis has many, including God’s promise to Abraham that he will have an heir (Gen. 15) and God’s promise to Jacob that his descendants will never be forsaken …

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Guadalajara design festival Salón Cosa shines the spotlight on Mexican creative talent

Leer in spanish Guadalajara’s culture has always shaped its great masters and artistic movements without the need to seek fame outside of Jalisco or emulate Mexico City’s art scene. During the twentieth century a close-knit design community established the Jalisciense the reputation of the capital as a national and international …

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Elon Musk and the dangers of another stock market bubble

In the summer of 1998, I called Paul Samuelson, the dean of the 20th century American economy, and asked him what he thought of the American stock market, which had already risen sharply in what has become by the following the Internet bubble. “I define a bubble as a situation …

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Dezeen 15 week three highlights include Neri Oxman revealing details of his new “Bell Labs of the 21st Century”

The final week of the Dezeen 15 digital festival saw former MIT professor Neri Oxman unveil details of her new Manhattan studio, while Aric Chen called for the manifestos to be killed. Throughout the festival, a total of 15 creatives presented ideas on how to change the world over the …

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