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Matteo Tisei
July 13, 2021
FinSMEs
About | Advertise | Contact | Disclaimer | News | The Daily Deal Newsletter FinSMEs.com by FinSMEs is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
July 12, 2021
WebWire
• The company has turned the Axis building in Plaza Colón, designed by Normal Foster, into its flagship centre in the capital, covering more than 4,000 square metres., , , , • 'all in one' Madrid has a team of more than 130 professionals specialising in all business segments: individuals, Premier Banking, Private Banking, self-employed workers and companies., , , , • The 'all in one' concept combines design, technology and expert advice to provide an exceptionally unique customer experience., , , , •...
Science X staff
July 1, 2021
phys.org
Quantum computers promise great advances in many fields--from cryptography to the simulation of protein folding. Yet, which physical system works best to build the underlying quantum bits is still an open question. Unlike regular bits in your computer, these so-called qubits cannot only take the values 0 and 1, but also mixtures of the two. While this potentially makes them very useful, they also become very unstable.
Aircall
June 23, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Aircall, a cloud-based voice platform helping companies across the globe manage millions of customer support and sales calls every day, today...
May 10, 2021
ESPN
Italian FA president Gabriele Gravina said on Monday that Juve face expulsion from Serie A if they don't withdraw from the European Super League.
Jedidajah Otte
May 9, 2021
the Guardian
A man receives a dose of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine in Cologne, Germany. Photograph: Thilo Schmülgen/Reuters
Jedidajah Otte
May 9, 2021
the Guardian
A man receives a dose of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine in Cologne, Germany. Photograph: Thilo Schmülgen/Reuters
Fruit Attraction
May 6, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Fruit Attraction, one of the main international trade fairs of the horticulture sector, organised by IFEMA MADRID and FEPEX, is to hold its...
Fruit Attraction
May 6, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/CNW/ - Fruit Attraction, one of the main international trade fairs of the horticulture sector, organised by IFEMA MADRID and FEPEX, is to hold its in-person...
May 6, 2021
International Business Times UK
Chelsea have now kept 18 clean sheets in 24 games since the appointment of Tuchel turned their season around.
Superpedestrian
May 6, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Superpedestrian, Hersteller der intelligentesten und sichersten E-Scooter der Welt, hat eine Flotte von gemeinsam nutzbaren E-Scootern, unter...
DNA Web Team
May 6, 2021
DNA India
Beware! Your old mobile number can be used to take all your money away, here's how - Researchers at Princeton University found the whole act of recycling numbers can put the users at security and privacy risks.
LiveXLive
May 5, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- PodcastOne, a leading podcast platform and a subsidiary of LiveXLive Media (NASDAQ: LIVX), announced today that it has entered into a...
Nogue, S., Santos, A. M. C., Birks, H. J. B., Björck, S., Castilla-Beltran, A., Connor, S., de Boer, E. J., de Nascimento, L., Felde, V. A., Fernandez-Palacios, J. M., Froyd, C. A., Haberle, S. G., Hooghiemstra, H., Ljung, K., Norder, S. J., Penuelas, J., Prebble, M., Stevenson, J., Whittaker, R. J., Willis, K. J., Wilmshurst, J. M., Steinbauer, M. J.
April 30, 2021
Science
Oceanic islands are among the most recent areas on Earth to have been colonized by humans, in many cases in just the past few thousand years. Therefore, they are important laboratories for the study of human impacts on natural vegetation and biodiversity. Nogué et al. provide a quantitative palaeoecological study of 27 islands around the world, focusing on pollen records of vegetation composition before and after human arrival. The authors found a consistent pattern of acceleration of vegetation turnover after human invasion, with median rates of change increasing by a factor of six. These changes occurred regardless of geographical and ecological features of the island and show how rapidly ecosystems can change and how island ecosystems are set on new trajectories. Science , this issue p. [488][1] Islands are among the last regions on Earth settled and transformed by human activities, and they provide replicated model systems for analysis of how people affect ecological functions. By analyzing 27 representative fossil pollen sequences encompassing the past 5000 years from islands globally, we quantified the rates of vegetation compositional change before and after human arrival. After human arrival, rates of turnover accelerate by a median factor of 11, with faster rates on islands colonized in the past 1500 years than for those colonized earlier. This global anthropogenic acceleration in turnover suggests that islands are on trajectories of continuing change. Strategies for biodiversity conservation and ecosystem restoration must acknowledge the long duration of human impacts and the degree to which ecological changes today differ from prehuman dynamics. [1]: /lookup/doi/10.1126/science.abd6706
BioSpace
April 22, 2021
BioSpace
Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine have designed an experimental drug that reversed key symptoms of Alzheimer's disease in mice.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
April 22, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine have designed an experimental drug that reversed key symptoms of Alzheimer's disease in mice....
April 20, 2021
International Business Times UK
Kylian Mbappe will enter the final-year of his contract with Paris Saint-Germain this summer and is yet to agree a new deal making him a target for Real Madrid and other top European clubs.
Blanco, F., Calatayud, J., Martin-Perea, D. M., Domingo, M. S., Menendez, I., Müller, J., Fernandez, M. H., Cantalapiedra, J. L.
April 16, 2021
Science
Human activities are leading to broad species and system declines. Prevention of such declines has led us to focus on either protection for species or protection for ecosystem function. Looking at past patterns of species and system change can help to inform our understanding of the long-term impacts of these strategies. Blanco et al. studied mammals from the last 21 million years on the Iberian Peninsula, finding long periods of functional stasis, even in the face of taxonomic variability (see the Perspective by Roopnarine and Banker). Functional ecosystems were more resistant to ecosystem collapse. Science , this issue p. [300][1]; see also p. [237][2] The study of deep-time ecological dynamics has the ability to inform conservation decisions by anticipating the behavior of ecosystems millions of years into the future. Using network analysis and an exceptional fossil dataset spanning the past 21 million years, we show that mammalian ecological assemblages undergo long periods of functional stasis, notwithstanding high taxonomic volatility due to dispersal, speciation, and extinction. Higher functional richness and diversity promoted the persistence of functional faunas despite species extinction risk being indistinguishable among these different faunas. These findings, and the large mismatch between functional and taxonomic successions, indicate that although safeguarding functional diversity may or may not minimize species losses, it would certainly enhance the persistence of ecosystem functioning in the face of future disturbances. [1]: /lookup/doi/10.1126/science.abd5110 [2]: /lookup/doi/10.1126/science.abh2853
Marriott International, Inc.
April 13, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- EDITION Hotels today announced its further international expansion by the end of 2022, with the slated opening of eight new properties across...
Karina Shah
April 6, 2021
New Scientist
Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World, a three-part BBC series, follows the teenage climate change activist as she embarks on a year off school to learn from the world's top environmental scientists and economists
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