OpGen appoints Albert Weber as CFO

Albert Weber will join OpGen as CFO of OpGen effective January 1, 2022 from US-German molecular diagnostics company Epigenomics Announces incentive grant of 210,000 stock options under NASDAQ listing rule 5635 (c) (4) ROCKVILLE, MD, November 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – OpGen, Inc. (Nasdaq: OPGN, “OpGen” or the “Company”), a …

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Thailand, Australia and Israel relax travel restrictions for first time in 18 months, Health News, ET HealthWorld

By Jiraporn Kuhakan and Jonathan Barrett BANGKOK / SYDNEY: Thailand, Australia and Israel significantly relaxed international border restrictions on Monday for the first time in 18 months, offering a broad test of tourism and travel demand around the world amid the pandemic of coronavirus. Hundreds of vaccinated foreign tourists have …

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Headless Horseman: The Halloween Spirit

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW (1949) It comes back to life: Halloween is back! In the tradition of my favorite holiday, I would like to pay homage to one of the great demons of scary fiction … but which one? For those of us who live the Halloween lifestyle every …

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Hushang Moradi Kermani among ALMA nominees again

TEHRAN – Writer Hushang Moradi Kermani, whose works mainly feature child protagonists from poor and disadvantaged families, has been nominated for the 2022 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Prize (ALMA). Moradi Kermani, who has already been nominated for the prestigious Swedish honor more than five times, received the new nomination from the …

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The currency bonfire? by Benjamin J. Cohen

Two recent books by renowned economists have paved the way for today’s great debate about the future of money in the digital age. In particular, public and private funds enter into a sustained rivalry, with far-reaching implications for markets and politics. SANTA BARBARA – Ready or not, the financial world …

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Why Zack Snyder Didn’t Lead Army Of Thieves

Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead prequel, Army of Thieves, is directed by Matthias Schweighöfer instead of Snyder. Here’s why. Army of thieves is the second film to be released by Zack Snyder Army of the dead universe on Netflix, but unlike the first Army of the Dead, it’s not …

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Zimbabwe’s Dangarembga receives German Peace Prize

Zimbabwean writer and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga accepted prestigious German award in honor of her work in Frankfurt ThroughThe Associated Press October 24, 2021, 12:51 PM • 2 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article VIENNA – Accepting a prestigious German award on Sunday in honor of her …

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Trump finds support for his own media business

Former President Donald J. Trump said on Wednesday he had raised the investment money to start his own publicly traded media company, in an attempt to reinsert himself into the online public conversation of which he has largely been. absent since Twitter and Facebook banned it after the January 6 …

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Why are so many Americans quitting their jobs?

Bye. Goodbye. Adios. Sayonara. In recent times, workers have repeated such words to their bosses. Last week, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 4.3 million Americans, or 2.9% of the total workforce, left their jobs in August. It was a record month, building on previous record months. “The …

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Germany works on sustainable criteria for investing pension assets in fixed income securities | New

The German government is examining the possibility of applying sustainability principles to fixed-income benefits of pension and social security workers, a spokesperson for the Federal Interior Ministry told IPE. The government is investing pension assets in a sustainable manner, taking into account the requirements of the Paris Agreement, he added. …

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Review of Pat Barker’s new Trojan War novel

As tonic as such revisionism may be, Barker’s rewriting of Homer had some crippling flaws. The characterization was disappointing and superficial; Homer’s depiction of men, in particular, exhibited few of the empathic nuances so admirable in previous books, as if narrative reversal alone was enough, in Barker’s eyes, to make …

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Challengers Tour Finals: Pragg and Yoo succeed

Three and out The two players who qualified for the Julius Baer Challengers Tour final certainly made a strong impression on Saturday. As Christopher Yoo beat Awonder Liang 3-0, Praggnanandhaa got the better of Vincent Keymer with a score of 2½-½ – moreover, the Indian prodigy agreed to draw in …

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Covid vaccine mixing and pairing reviewed by FDA panel

Several panelists said Friday they felt comfortable with the amount of data NIH researchers had gathered to recommend FDA clearance for the vaccine mix. Dr Ofer Levy, director of the Precision Vaccines Program at Boston Children’s Hospital at Harvard, said many Americans have already taken the matter into their own …

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October 15 updates: UK MP dies after stabbing, FDA advisers approve J&J Covid booster injections, declining confidence in Biden’s policies weighs on US consumer sentiment

Covid-19 testing operations at a private laboratory in central England have been suspended after thousands of people received negative PCR test results that did not match a rapid antigen test. The lab’s testing operations came to the attention of the NHS Test and Trace unit after reports were raised that …

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Art playlist: “Fantastic and medieval past”

A new Delaware Art Museum exhibit traces themes of medieval fantasy through American illustrator and author Howard Pyle and young adult literature. Fantastic and medieval past was designed by University of Delaware instructor Emily Shartrand and in this week’s arts playlist, she joins Kelli Steele of Delaware Public Media to …

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“There is life elsewhere in the universe”

To search for life in outer space, scientists need to better understand how primitive life developed on Earth. It is believed that some organisms found in underwater volcanic vents may be representative of early life forms. Imagebroker / Alamy Stock Photo Swiss Nobel Laureate Didier Queloz and German astrophysicist Sascha …

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How many languages ​​can Reid speak?

Including English, Reid spoke four languages ​​in “Criminal Minds,” and according to some fans on Reddit, he understands a lot more. User real_mediageek noted that he had spoken Latin (likely due to his mother’s previous work as a professor of 15th century literature) and Korean to help with BAU affairs. …

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IMF chief economist backs German debt brake exemptions, Handelsblatt reports

BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany should apply its debt brake more flexibly and suspend it again if necessary to encourage investment, especially in green technologies and digitization, the Fund’s chief economist said international monetary policy in the Handelsblatt business daily. “Investments in green technologies and digitization are essential to create sustainable …

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German coalition discusses tensions over money sharing

(Bloomberg) – Olaf Scholz’s candidacy to succeed Angela Merkel as German Chancellor is about to undergo a critical test as the two potential junior partners clash over fiscal policy ahead of a series of coalition talks this week. Bloomberg’s Most Read In a sign of the challenges ahead, Greens co-leader …

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The Nobel Prize for Dark Literature

Another year in which the Nobel Prize for Literature has been awarded to a writer whom I have never read – and I am beginning to despair. Does the Swedish Nobel Committee want to present me as a Philistine? I ask myself this question even as I declare that I …

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More and more routes but little knowledge about

image: Research on traffic accidents currently focuses mainly on carnivorous mammals, ungulates, marsupials and turtles. seen Following Credits: Pixabay In their meta-study, Spanish scientists reviewed more than a thousand studies on the effects of road networks on wildlife. They found that existing data is limited to high-income countries and only …

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Faces of the working class

Faces of the working class

The Light of Roses Gallery in Montreuil exhibits an exceptional collection of photographs brought together by the duo at the head of the place. Marion and Philippe Jacquier have collected over the past fifteen years touching images that show the common people working in factories at the dawn of the …

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Catholics debate same-sex marriage and the priesthood.

Ahead of a landmark meeting of 230 Catholic leaders and lay people in Germany last week, Renardo Schlegelmilch, editor-in-chief of the country’s largest Catholic radio station, tried to reassure anxious conservatives and dampen the hopes of aspiring reformers in the country. ‘church. Big ideas for debate – same-sex marriage, ordination …

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Red flag: the grim past of the future German chancellor

After winning 25% of the elections, Olaf Scholz has a good chance of becoming the next German Chancellor. The Social Democratic politician has long been known as the Scholzomat: while his rivals have faced humiliating blunders, Scholz continues to utter the same old platitudes. His android-like diction would be a …

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European industry tilts under worsening energy pressure

(Bloomberg) – European industry nears breaking point as the region’s energy crisis worsens day by day. Bloomberg’s Most Read Electricity and gas prices are hitting new records almost daily, and some energy-hungry companies have temporarily shut down their operations because they are becoming too expensive to operate. As winter approaches …

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Performa 2021 – Brooklyn Rail

Since the first Performa Biennale in 2005, New York City has always been the star of the show. We have devoted all of our efforts to commissioning and supporting artists to create striking new works for the new century, and to collaborate with curators in cultural venues across Manhattan, and …

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Popcorn, slushies and tunes: American soldiers and volunteers give Afghan refugees in Germany a taste of America

Afghan children wave four fingers during an English lesson led by volunteer teacher Morgan Guinn at the Rhine Ammunition Barracks in Kasierslautern, Germany on September 23, 2021. The army facility accommodates 5,400 people evacuated from Afghanistan until flights to the United States resumed. (Karin Zeitvogel / Stars and Stripes) KAISERSLAUTERN, …

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German immigrant Bell finds new home in South Park | Life & Culture News

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