France backs Poland over Belarus but warns EU row not over

France backs Poland over Belarus but warns EU row not over

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News FRANCE NEWS: A migrant enters a tent near the transport and logistics centre Bruzgi on the Belarusian-Polish border, in the Grodno region, Belarus November 24, 2021. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel Macron backs Poland on border but raises rule of law row Polish PM says discussed toughening sanctions on Minsk Ukraine holds…

SURVEY MOON: Your SurveyMonkey Contribute Survey Is Worth Twice

SURVEY MOON: Your SurveyMonkey Contribute Survey Is Worth Twice

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Giving Wednesday is a worldwide generosity movement that encourages millions to give, share, and celebrate generosity. This year, SurveyMonkey Contribute, powered by Momentive, can help you donate more to your favorite nonprofits and charities by doubling your impact on November 30, 2021. Your chosen charity will receive $1 for…

FRONT PAGE: A Little Known Cult Is At The Heart Of S.Korea’s Latest COVID-19 Outbreak – Reuters

FRONT PAGE: A Little Known Cult Is At The Heart Of S.Korea’s Latest COVID-19 Outbreak – Reuters

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Register now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.com SEOUL, Nov 24 (Reuters) – A little known sect led by a pastor who pokes eyes to heal is at the centre of a COVID-19 outbreak in South Korea, as the country reported a new daily record of 4,116 cases and…

FRONT PAGES: Australia’s Barrier Reef Erupts With Color As Corals Spawn NBC News

FRONT PAGES: Australia’s Barrier Reef Erupts With Color As Corals Spawn NBC News

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News CANBERRA (Australia) — Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is spawning as it recovers from coral bleaching. Scientists recorded Tuesday night the corals fertilizing billions of offspring through the casting of sperm into the Pacific Ocean near Cairns, Queensland. The spawning event lasts for two or three days. The network of…

FRONT PAGE: Women’s March Mocked For Apologizing Over $14.92 ‘colonization’ Donation Request – New York Post

FRONT PAGE: Women’s March Mocked For Apologizing Over $14.92 ‘colonization’ Donation Request – New York Post

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News The Women’s March is being widely mocked online after the organization requested donations of $14. 92 from supporters — and then apologized “deeply” for not realizing it reflected the year Christopher Columbus landed in the Americas. ” We deeply regret the email we sent today. $14. 92 was our…

TECHNOLOGY: Open EdX & Learning Platforms | November – December 2021: 2U, Coursera, Udemy, Instructure Canvas LMS, ETS, Class Central…

TECHNOLOGY: Open EdX & Learning Platforms | November – December 2021: 2U, Coursera, Udemy, Instructure Canvas LMS, ETS, Class Central…

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News [ Newsletter format  |  Click here to subscribe ] NOVEMBER – DECEMBER 2021 – NEWSLETTER #41 | Breaking news at IBL News | Noticias en Espanol 2U + edX 2U Eliminates the Annual Fees for Current edX Consortium Members edX Launched a First MicroBachelors Program with IBM in Cloud Application Open edX The…

FRONT PAGES: Soybean Compounds May Improve Animal Health

FRONT PAGES: Soybean Compounds May Improve Animal Health

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — The antimicrobial compounds soybean plants produce in response to diseases, insects, and drought can help animals remain healthy and reduce the need for antibiotics. “When soybeans are attacked by pathogens, they produce phytochemicals called “glyceollins” as a defense mechanism,” said assistant professor Bishnu Karaki from South Dakota…

FRONT PAGE: Promising Treatment For Alexander Disease Moves From Rat Model To Human Clinical Trials

FRONT PAGE: Promising Treatment For Alexander Disease Moves From Rat Model To Human Clinical Trials

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — MADISON, Wis. — Alexander disease is a progressive and rare neurological disorder with no cure or standard course of treatment. But a new study led by researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison involving a rat model of the disease offers a potential treatment for the typically fatal…

TECHNOLOGY: Online Learning | November – December 2021: Google, IBM, Microsoft, Stanford, UPenn, Harvard, Unicef…

TECHNOLOGY: Online Learning | November – December 2021: Google, IBM, Microsoft, Stanford, UPenn, Harvard, Unicef…

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News [ Newsletter format  |  Click here to subscribe ] NOVEMBER – DECEMBER 2021 – NEWSLETTER #47 | Breaking news at IBL News | Noticias en Espanol Corporate Initiatives Google Will Grant Community Colleges Free Access to Its Career Certifications IBM Says It Will Train on Technical Skills 30 Million People by 2030…

FRONT PAGES: A Wearable Device Can Detect Opioid Overdose And Reverse It

FRONT PAGES: A Wearable Device Can Detect Opioid Overdose And Reverse It

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise – A University of Washington research team has created a wearable device that can detect and reverse an overdose of opioids. The device is worn on the stomach as an insulin pump and detects when someone stops breathing or moves. It then injects naloxone to restore their respiration….

TECHNOLOGY: House Democrats Passed A Massive Spending Bill That Included Billions For Higher Ed

TECHNOLOGY: House Democrats Passed A Massive Spending Bill That Included Billions For Higher Ed

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News IBL News | New York The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday passed congressional Democrats’ sweeping $1. 85 trillion climate and social spending bill by a vote of 220 to 213. The legislation, known as the Build Back better Act (BBB), was not supported by Republicans. Only one Democrat…

FRONT PAGES: A Bird Study Shows The Interplay Of Disease Transmission And Behavior

FRONT PAGES: A Bird Study Shows The Interplay Of Disease Transmission And Behavior

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — AMES (Iowa) – A study that examined eye disease in common birds shows how behavior and pathology interact in complex ways that can determine the spread of a pathogen. The study was published in the academic journal Biology Letters. It examined pairs of house finches to determine…

FRONT PAGES: Can Defects Make Inert Materials More Useful And Active?

FRONT PAGES: Can Defects Make Inert Materials More Useful And Active?

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A team of international researchers has demonstrated that hexagonal boron nitride, a material believed to be chemically inert but can be made chemically active. This could lead to a new class catalysts with a broad range of applications. hBN can be exfoliated as in…

FRONT PAGE: COVID Gets Airborne

FRONT PAGE: COVID Gets Airborne

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — In May 2021, the Centers for Disease Control officially recognized that SARS-CoV-2–the virus that causes COVID-19–is airborne, meaning it is highly transmissible through the air. Now University of California San Diego Professor and Endowed chair of Chemistry and Biochemistry Rommie, together with other partners from around the…

FRONT PAGE: UCLA-Led Research Finds Americans Suffering Psychological Distress Over Pandemic-Related Job Loss

FRONT PAGE: UCLA-Led Research Finds Americans Suffering Psychological Distress Over Pandemic-Related Job Loss

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — LOS ANGELES (Nov. 22, 2021) – Negative employment changes during the COVID-19 pandemic are associated with psychological distress, according to a new study led by UCLA scientists and published in the November edition of the peer-reviewed Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. With data from the national…

FRONT PAGE: CHOP-Led Study Shows Novel Gene Therapy For Hemophilia A Leads To Sustained Expression Of Clotting Factor And Reduced Bleeding Events

FRONT PAGE: CHOP-Led Study Shows Novel Gene Therapy For Hemophilia A Leads To Sustained Expression Of Clotting Factor And Reduced Bleeding Events

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — Philadelphia, November 17, 2021–A novel gene therapy for hemophilia A led to sustained expression of the clotting factor those patients lack, resulting in a reduction – or in some cases complete elimination – of painful and potentially life-threatening bleeding events, according to a new study led by…

FRONT PAGES: Clonal Hematopoiesis In A Donor May Improve Bone Marrow Transplant Results

FRONT PAGES: Clonal Hematopoiesis In A Donor May Improve Bone Marrow Transplant Results

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise) Clonal hematopoiesis is a condition where mutations that are associated with blood cancers can be found in the blood cells of healthy individuals. It is common in aging. Clinicians tend to avoid older donors with clonal hemogloboiesis (CH), as they may pass potentially malignant stem cells on to…

FRONT PAGE: Impact Of Pandemic, Discrimination Contribute To Fewer Infant Vaccinations

FRONT PAGE: Impact Of Pandemic, Discrimination Contribute To Fewer Infant Vaccinations

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — STONY BROOK, NY, Embargoed Until November 22, 2021, 10: 00 AM, EST– A new study summarized in a research letter published in JAMA Pediatrics reveals that a number of factors, including negative impacts from the pandemic during pregnancy, health care experiences, and reports of discrimination, made it…

FRONT PAGE: Top Netanyahu Aide Testifies Against Him In Corruption Trial – The Wall Street Journal

FRONT PAGE: Top Netanyahu Aide Testifies Against Him In Corruption Trial – The Wall Street Journal

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News One of former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s closest advisers testified against him Monday in a long-running corruption case that could decide the political fate of Israel’s longest-serving leader. The trial has become one of the starkest symbols of the reversal of fortunes for Mr. Netanyahu, who led the country…

FRONT PAGE: New Zealand Ending Pandemic Curbs, Adopting A System Of Living With Virus

FRONT PAGE: New Zealand Ending Pandemic Curbs, Adopting A System Of Living With Virus

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News New Zealand will ease COVID-19 measures and implement a new system for living with the virus next month, according to a Reuters report. The country has seen one of the strictest lockdowns in the world and will move away from its “zero COVID” policy to allow businesses and vaccinated…