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Sherbrooke to Host Songwriters Camp

first_imgCalling all songwriters — Sherbrooke Village wil host the inaugural Sherbrooke Now Songwriters Camp, from Monday, July 2, to Thursday, July 5. The camp is being produced in partnership with the Stan Rogers Folk Festival and will feature Maritime writers Dave Carroll, Rose Cousins and Clary Croft along with Jason Wilber from the mid-western U.S. Mr. Carroll and Mr. Wilber are featured artists at Stanfest this year and Ms. Cousins performed a last year’s Stanfest. “Troy Greencorn and Stanfest have been great friends of Sherbrooke Village over the years,” said George Brothers, acting director of the museum. “Since it is our community that Stan Rogers was referring to when he wrote Barretts Privateers we thought it only fitting to give more people a reason to wish they were in Sherbrooke — and this camp should certainly make songwriters want to do just that.” Clary Croft is a name commonly associated with the Lunenburg Folk Festival, but his ties to Sherbrooke are strong, in fact Mr. Croft was once a strolling minstrel in the historic village and also plied the weaver’s trade. Mr. Croft’s remarkable command of Nova Scotia Folklore made him a natural addition to the lineup of the Sherbrooke Now Songwriter’s camp. “We’re very excited to welcome Clary back to Sherbrooke,” said Lynn Hayne, program administrator at Sherbrooke Village, and the person responsible for the logistics of the camp. “Clary is part of our extended musical family and I know he’ll not only be right at home, but will make others feel at home as well.” “We’ve been hosting guests here on learning vacations for many years so the move to a musical learning vacation is not that big a shift,” said Ms. Hayne. “Sherbrooke is a very special place and we know our staff and student writers will all benefit from their time spent with us. We’re pretty confident they’ll leave here singing I wish I was in Sherbrooke Now.” For information or to register, contact Lynn Hayne at 1-888-743-7845 or e-mail haynelm@gov.ns.ca .last_img read more

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Meet Jennifer Aniston At The LA Premiere Of CAKE

first_imgHere is your chance to meet Jennifer Aniston when you attend the premiere and premiere after-party of SAG and Golden Globe-Nominated film CAKE on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 in Los Angeles!A new celebrity charity auction is giving you this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to raise money for FutureCorps, a non-profit that unites innovative and deep-thinking professionals from diverse backgrounds in health, education and economic empowerment to tackle the most pressing issues of our time. Find out more about FutureCorps here.Don’t miss your chance to congratulate Jennifer Aniston and her fellow cast-mates on their critically acclaimed performances! The film’s producer, Kristin Hahn, is looking forward to personally introducing you and your guest to attending cast members at this very special event.CAKE is an American drama written by Patrick Tobin, directed by Daniel Barnz, and starring Jennifer Aniston, Adriana Barraza, Felicity Huffman, William H. Macy, Anna Kendrick, and Sam Worthington. Aniston portrays an acerbic woman who becomes fascinated by the suicide of a woman in her chronic-pain support group. As she uncovers the details of the suicide, she grapples with her own personal demons. Jennifer’s performance has earned her best actress nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Award and Golden Globe Award.This auction is open until January 12, and can be accessed here.last_img read more


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Goas new CM to be sworn in soon

first_imgPanaji: Goa’s new Chief Minister will be sworn in soon. state BJP President Vinay Tendulkar announced on Monday. Speaking to reporters, Tendulkar, who was exiting a city resort with Assembly Speaker Pramod Sawant, one of the candidates for the Chief Minister’s post, said that all issues related to government formation would be cleared soon. The BJP is holding negotiations with potential political allies to stitch together a coalition government and zero-in on a Chief Minister after the death of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Sunday.last_img


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European Parliament worried about civil freedoms in Algeria

first_imgBordeaux- The Parliament is worried a new law concerning the right of association, thinking it restricts civil liberties in the country. During a press conference on Monday, Antonio Panzeri, head of a European Parliament delegation from the European Parliament called on Algeria to take further measures to improve civil liberties. “The authorities must do more to freedom of association, business associations and gender equality,” he declared, referring to a new law which, according to the opposition, limits the activities of associations. After the parliamentary elections of May 2012, a mission of 150 EU observers had criticized the election process, which was marked by “weaknesses” and “shortcomings”. Among other things, the observers had troubles accessing the National Electoral file that contains “sensitive” data, according to the Algerian authorities.“It is in the interest of Algeria that elections are free. The electoral register is a critical parameter. We want to settle this issue before the presidential election of April 2014”, he insisted. Algeria often faces accusations of fraud since the introduction of multiparty politics in 1989. During their stay, the MEPs said they discussed with representatives of civil society about trade union rights, the new law on associations and the issue of missing persons. Mr Panzeri referred in particular to the fate of thousands of persons who went missing during the civil war of the 1990s.According to official numbers, 200,000 individuals are still missing. “It is necessary that the Algerian authorities strongly commit to finding these people,” he said. The EP delegation also called for the revision of the law on associations, adopted in late 2011 by the Algerian Parliament.This law, passed in the context of political reforms by President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to prevent any contagion of the Arab Spring, banned Algerian associations from forming partnerships with foreign NGOs. It strengthens the state hegemony over civil society, according to opposition and human rights activists.This warning comes only days after Algeria accused Morocco of ignoring Human Rights in the Western Sahara, an allegation the Kingdom has condemned, saying Algiers is only trying to hide domestic tensions.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributedlast_img read more


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12 Injured in Suicide Bomb Attack in Germany

Berlin – A 27-year-old Syrian man died Sunday when he set off a bomb outside a crowded music festival in Bavaria.Police said 12 people were wounded, including three seriously, in the attack in Ansbach, a small town of 40,000 people southwest of Nuremberg that is also home to a US army base.The incident will fuel growing public unease surrounding Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door refugee policy, under which more than a million migrants have entered Germany over the past year, many fleeing wars in Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq. “It’s terrible … that someone who came into our country to seek shelter has now committed such a heinous act and injured a large number of people who are at home here, some seriously,” Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann told reporters at a hastily convened news conference this morning.Herrmann said it was unclear if the man, who arrived in Germany two years ago and attempted suicide twice before, had planned to kill only himself or “take others with him into death”.It was the fourth violent incident in Germany in a week, including the killing of nine people by an 18-year-old Iranian-German gunman in Munich on Friday. Although his application for asylum had been denied, he was not in danger of being deported immediately given the civil war in Syria.He said he could not exclude the possibility of an Islamist-inspired attack, noting the man’s backpack was filled with explosives and metal parts that would have been sufficient to kill more people.He said investigators would work tirelessly to investigate the attack and fully understand the man’s motives.More than 2,000 people were evacuated from the festival after the explosion, police said.A large area around the blast site remained blocked off hours later.Earlier yesterday, a 21-year-old Syrian refugee was arrested after killing a pregnant woman and wounding two people with a machete in the southwestern city of Reutlingen, near Stuttgart.A refugee from Pakistan wielding an axe wounded five people near Wuerzbuerg, also in southern Germany, before he was shot dead by police a week ago. Police said neither yesterday’s machete attack nor Friday’s shooting in Munich bore any sign of connections with the so-called Islamic State or other militant groups.With MAP read more


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Commending Indias control of bird flu outbreak UN says vigilance still needed

27 February 2008The recent, worst-ever outbreak of the highly pathogenic avian influenza in the Indian state of West Bengal seems to have been brought under control by the swift and comprehensive measures taken by the country’s authorities, though continued vigilance was crucial, the United Nations agricultural agency said today. “Intensive culling in the predominantly backyard poultry sector appears to have stopped the disease in its tracks,” Mohinder Oberoi, a veterinary expert of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), said after a recent field trip to the affected areas, where no new outbreaks have been seen since 2 February.FAO’s Chief Veterinary Officer Joseph Domenech, however, urged the country to maintain intensive surveillance in high-risk areas as the possibility of new occurrences remains high. “The virus could still be present in the environment despite heavy slaughtering and extensive disinfection of affected areas, or it could be reintroduced from other countries,” he said.The FAO officials praised the national and state governments’ political and financial commitment to stamp out the disease. They said public awareness campaigns, a strong command chain from districts to villages, compensation payments and an effective collaboration between animal and human health departments at field level, have been the key factors for the success. To achieve rapid control, prevent the spread of the virus to other states and to avoid the risk of human infection, the Indian Government had to cull over 3.9 million chickens and ducks, mainly belonging to poor backyard poultry farmers.“Public awareness campaigns should continue over the next months introducing rural communities to safe poultry production and basic biosecurity measures with the ultimate goal of reducing the risk of human infections,” the agency said in a press release.In addition, it recommended that the socio-economic impact of the control campaign be urgently assessed to better define and apply measures to mitigate the impact of massive culling on poor small holders. Live bird markets, migration of wild birds and transportation routes of birds and poultry products should be mapped to better understand and control the spread of the disease, it said.FAO, in collaboration with the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), has also invited India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar to meet to better coordinate regional avian influenza control campaigns. The Nepalese Government has agreed to host the meeting in Kathmandu, the agency said. read more


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Greenpeace cries foul over Alberta billboards

by News Staff Posted Jun 6, 2014 9:25 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Greenpeace cries foul over Alberta billboards Greenpeace says a double standard is at work with regards to billboards in Alberta.The group says its ad on solar energy was rejected in Edmonton while in Calgary, a billboard denying that humans have an impact on climate change is up.The group says it had a deal two years ago with billboard company Pattison Outdoor to display the Edmonton ad.It believes Pattison didn’t want to offend oil industry advertisers.Pattison did not return calls seeking comment.


Tiger Woods Called Carlton Banks by Presidents Cup Partner

Tiger Woods is famous for becoming the greatest golfer of the modern era, but what he isn’t known for humor. Well, not until Thursday’s game at the Presidents Cup.Apparently Woods was so funny that his partner, Matt Kuchar calls him Carlton after the character Carlton Banks – Will Smith’s nerdy cousin in ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.”“I figured this guy was the perfect Carlton,” said Kuchar with Woods standing next to him.“Thank you very much,” Woods replied, with a smile.They’re so committed to the “Fresh Prince” bit that they even greeted each other–in front of cameras–doing the handshake that best friends Will and Jazz did when greeting each other on the show. Watch their rendition of it below.“I thought there was something a little extra,” Kuchar said. “Something fun to do. Baseball high-fives look like a lot of fun but look a little too complicated, so we went old-school with the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air — a little snap-back after you slap hands.”Kuchar went on to say:“It’s fun. I figure he’s kind of like Carlton, and we really had a good time doing it out there.”Watch how Smith and Jazz actually did the handshake in the video below. read more


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WORLDS BEST COACH 2013 – ALFRED GISLASON

← Previous Story EHF CUP TOP 16: Group A and D are most unpredictable Next Story → Gislason’s year 2013! Icelanders are staying on the TOP. The third year in a row the best World’s coach in Men’s handball coming from Iceland. Second year in a row that is THW Kiel’s head-coach Alfred Gislason who got the biggest support from 11 members of the international Handball-Planet.com Jury and 10.555 votes of the fans.A 53 years old coach had succesful year with THW Kiel, the DKB Bundesliga champion second year in a row. The beginning of new era of „Zebras“ with some new players this Autumn began good, so Icelander could count on new trophies in the near future on the bench of the club in which he is working since 2008.During Gislason’s time in THW Kiel, the most succesful German team in the last two decaded won EHF Champions League twice in 2010 and 2012 and took four national Championships.The winnner in 2011 was his compatriot from Fuchse Berlin – Dagur Sigurdsson.RESULTSVOTING PROCESSHandball-Planet team want to thank all media, teams, TOP players, coaches and handball fans worlwide for making our project so big this year! Based on fantastic experience in the last three weeks, HP will soon announce the Jury for the World’s Best Female Player 2013 and World’s Best Women’s coach 2013… read more


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McGuinness on The Disappeared One of the worse things to happen during

first_imgShaking hands with Queen Elizabeth Speaking of his historic handshake with Queen Elizabeth last year, McGuinness said that the British monarch was “a woman who recognised she could play an important role in reconciliation” and actively wanted to do so. “I had many reasons not to meet with Queen Elizabeth… and of course she could come up with many reasons too… but we had a meeting and it was obvious to me that this was a woman who would [continue to be involved with the peace process]. I have no doubt that she believes she has a role to play in the process of reconciliation,” he said. When asked by Finucane what was going though his head as he attended a function with the British Queen, McGuinness replied: “That it was a first. For me, it was the decent thing to do. I wasn’t going for a half-baked approach to it.”Looking to the future, McGuinness said that things were difficult at the moment due to a the need for a “comprehensive agreement on the past” – naming issues such as flags and parades as points for discussion. However, he added: “I think there’s a window of opportunity now that the elections are over and before the marching season in July and I am looking forward to discussions with Peter Robinson.”Listen to Marian Finucane’s interview with Martin McGuinness on Radio 1 >Read: ‘Limited immunity’ would help the Troubles truth emerge as perpetrators are dying off For me there was no rationale. The arguments that they made [were] that the person [who was killed] was someone from the local area and, at a time of conflict, it wasn’t something they wanted to be publicly associated with – which was public execution. They wanted the focus to be on the IRA and British army… [not on civilians]. It’s not something I accepted and, to be quite honest, I was horrified. I think Republicans have to hold their hands up to one of the most shameful things that occurred in over 20 years’ of conflict. SPEAKING IN A wide-ranging interview with Marian Finucane on RTÉ Radio 1 this morning, deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland Martin McGuinness discussed his involvement with the IRA, the Troubles, and shaking hands with Queen Elizabeth,McGuinness said that his mother was first tipped off to his association with the IRA when she found gloves and a beret in his bedroom in the family’s Derry home. He said she had been “shocked” by the revelation but “more concerned for [his] safety than anything else”. “[My parents] were always worried but they were never angry with me, they understood the circumstances that existed in Derry at the time. My mother was always very strong in her support for me as her son… she was also a republican in her own right.”McGuinness explained that the situation in Derry during his youth not only led him to join the IRA but, ultimately, showed him that a political approach was essential in bridging the divide between communities in Northern Ireland. “We needed a political party that would represent the views of republicans in the North,” he said. When asked how his fellow IRA members first reacted to his belief in a political process for peace, McGuinness said: “Some doubted it could happen… some people were sceptical, cynical and opposed. But myself and Gerry Adams travelled across the country talking about the ceasefire. We put focus on what many people thought was un-doable.”The peace processMcGuinness gave former British Prime Minister Tony Blair “enormous credit” for his role in the peace process.“We’re in or around the same age and I think we struck it off almost straight away. He understood he had an important role to play and we saw [the peace process] as our best opportunity to resolve injustices of the past. It saddens me that his achievements in Ireland have been sullied by [his role in] Iraq and Afghanistan.”McGuinness said he has a ‘thunderbolt’ moment when Blair told to him that he considered the British authorities were “as responsible for the conflict” in Northern Ireland as Irish republicans. “I’ll always be grateful for his contribution and his honesty,” said McGuinness.As well as building a relationship with Blair, McGuinness said he also considered Ian Paisley a friend. “We actually get on like a house on fire. We treated each other with dignity and respect… for some reason we really hit it off, and we remain friends to this day,” he said.The DisappearedMcGuinness was quizzed by Finucane on the IRA’s practise of ‘disappearing’ some of those murdered during the height of the Troubles – something McGuinness condemned as “terrible, shameful and wrong”.McGuiness said the practise was “one of the worse things to happen” in the context of an already very bitter conflict, and underlined that he had never been involved in such decisions. In fact, he said, he encouraged his colleagues to send families information about the fate and whereabouts of the deceased. Pushed by Finucane on the IRA’s reasoning regarding the withholding of information about people who were killed, thereby compounding the grief of loved ones, McGuinness said that “only the people who took that decision can answer” why they did so.last_img read more



Harris County Tax AssessorCollector Calls For Fresh Appraisal Of FloodDamaged Properties

first_img 00:00 /01:49 Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector Mike Sullivan Tuesday called for a fresh appraisal for properties damaged in last month’s flood. Sullivan was one of the lead witnesses at a state senate hearing on property tax reform, held at the University of Houston.“It might be a good idea to conduct a reappraisal now in Harris County due to the recent floods,” he said. “We’ve had homeowners, commercial properties, multifamily [residential properties] all devastated all over the county in various parts. And it’s a discussion item that certainly should be evaluated.”Such a reappraisal could lower the tax bill for flood-damaged properties. Harris County Chief Appraiser Sands Stiefer, who also testified, said roughly 3,300 property owners have reported flood damage.“Those are in subdivisions that involve tens of thousands of properties,” Stiefer said, “and so part of that would be looking to be sure the ones that didn’t call 311, or the ones that didn’t get noticed, to be sure that we got those.”It’s unclear how much of that the county could accomplish, given that this year’s appraisals have already gone out. But Mike Olivares, chief operating officer of real estate appraisal firm O’Connor and Associates, says there might be an alternative.“That would simply be to take into consideration the damage and loss of value that’s taken place due to the flooding into the protest and hearing cycle, which really goes underway after May 31, which is, for the most part, the property tax protest filing deadline for most taxpayers,” Olivares says.The Senate Select Committee on Property Tax Reform and Relief has been holding hearings throughout Texas over the course of 2016. Houston’s hearing was the fifth stop on the tour. Share Listen X To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code:last_img read more


Jessica De Filippo to Participate in Canadas U20 Excel Camp

first_imgJust last month, Canada’s U-20 team held a 13-day camp in England featuring a pair of Canada victories against Northern Ireland and England. Print Friendly Version With the start of the new 2019-20 cycle to the next FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, there are nine players in this camp that have just graduated into this age group from last year’s fourth-place finish at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Uruguay 2018. Only players born 2000 or later are eligible for next year’s FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup. LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Canada Soccer have announced their squad for the Women’s National U-20 Excel camp in Burnaby, British Columbia from 11-16 August. Louisville freshman Jessica De Filippo was named to the team. The six-day camp will continue Canada’s preparations for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in 2020. The Canada camp features players from schools and clubs in Canada and the United States, notably before the start of the 2019-20 NCAA campaign. Every player in the camp also has experience coming through the Women’s National Excel Program, several since as early as 2014, as well as the Regional Excel Program Centres across Canada. Sixteen of the 20 players in this camp have participated at either a FIFA or Concacaf youth tournament over the past five years. Story Linkslast_img read more


Cozumel proposes replacing horse for electric carriages

first_imgIn 2016, a pilot program was created to modernize the tourist transport for Guadalajara and tend to the horses in poor condition, which the government says, presented diseases due to overwork, which led to accidents such as fainting, dehydration and falls during rides. Concessionaires of the carriage service on the island of Cozumel held a meeting with the Municipal President, Pedro Joaquín Delbouis to present the project to use electric cars and thus comply with the state’s newly passed Animal Welfare Law. Azcorra Rejón explained that in that case, the government of Guadalajara provided the vehicles in exchange for the horses, adding that in Cozumel, there are 16 concessioned horsemen that offer the horse-drawn carriage service. Cozumel, Q.R. — Businesses in Cozumel have made a proposal to replace the horse and carriage with old-tyme motorized cars. Concessionaire José Julio Azcorra Rejón says that to exchange the horse and carriage for electric cars is a large investment, money the horsemen do not have. He says each electric carriage would cost around half a million peso, explaining that the idea came from the city of Guadalajara where horses were traded for the elegant cars.center_img Talks are pending. Approximately 110 horses were put under the protection of the government who routinely checked on the animals for feeding, exercise and veterinary care. In May of 2018, the first five horseless carriages began to circulate, generating higher incomes than anticipated. Another 55 carriages are set for manufacturing during 2019.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Photo: guadalajara goblast_img read more


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first_img News | PET-CT | August 15, 2019 United Imaging Announces First U.S. Clinical Installation of uExplorer Total-body PET/CT United Imaging announced that its uExplorer total-body positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) system… read more News | PET-CT | February 06, 2019 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT: Examining the Value of Digital PET/CT Technological advancements in positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) offer both clinicians and pat read more Related Content News | PET-CT | June 19, 2019 United Imaging Announces First U.S. Clinical Install of uMI 550 Digital PET/CT United Imaging announced the first U.S. clinical installation of the uMI 550 Digital positron emission tomography/… read more X-ray images such as the one on the left fail to indicate many cases of advanced bone destruction caused by multiple myeloma, says the author of new guidelines on imaging for patients with myeloma and related disorders. Image courtesy of Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. Technology | August 14, 2008 New GEMINI TF Big Bore Aims for Accuracy News | Computed Tomography (CT) | June 17, 2019 International Working Group Releases New Multiple Myeloma Imaging Guidelines An International Myeloma Working Group (IMWG) has developed the first set of new recommendations in 10 years for… read more News | PET-CT | March 06, 2019 Siemens Healthineers Announces First U.S. Install of Biograph Vision PET/CT Siemens Healthineers’ new Biograph Vision positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) system has been… read more News | Radiopharmaceuticals and Tracers | June 05, 2019 BGN Technologies Introduces Novel Medical Imaging Radioisotope Production Method BGN Technologies, the technology transfer company of Ben-Gurion University (BGU), introduced a novel method for… read more News | Radiation Therapy | May 31, 2019 RefleXion Opens New Manufacturing Facility for Biology-guided Radiotherapy Platform RefleXion Medical recently announced the opening of its new manufacturing facility at its headquarters in Hayward,… read more News | Radiopharmaceuticals and Tracers | July 01, 2019 Bracco Imaging Acquires Blue Earth Diagnostics Bracco Imaging S.p.A. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Blue Earth Diagnostics, a molecular imaging company… read more Technology | PET-CT | January 23, 2019 FDA Clears United Imaging Healthcare uExplorer Total-Body Scanner January 23, 2019 — United Imaging Healthcare (United Imaging) announced U.S. read more Videos | Nuclear Imaging | March 22, 2019 VIDEO: Utilization of PET For Evaluation of Cardiac Sarcoidosis Raza Alvi, M.D., a read more Raza Alvi explains use of PET to image cardiac sarcoidosisVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:09Loaded: 1.80%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:09 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Philips Healthcare’s GEMINI TF Big Bore features a full 85 cm bore for PET and CT scans. The new system allows for positioning flexibility and has a rigid table design to reportedly meet the accuracy requirements for treatment planning. The GEMINI TF Big Bore allows clinicians to image patients in the same position they are treated, expanding PET/CT capabilities beyond diagnosis, staging and follow-up to include therapy planning, Philips said. The system combines Philips’ GEMINI TF time-of-flight PET imaging technologies with its Brilliance Big Bore CT localization to consolidate radiation oncology procedures, aiming to increase potential for greater accuracy and improve scheduling. The company said it is the first system that offers tools and protocols to integrate PET functional images into radiation oncology, helping to consolidate procedures while maintaining premium image quality. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享last_img read more


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first_img Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more Videos | AAPM | July 29, 2019 VIDEO: Trends in Medical Physics at the AAPM 2019 meeting … read more Yona was sedated for about 2.5 hours, she had a CT scan, radiographs, blood work and dermatology exam.June 11, 2010 – Yona, the Museum of Life and Science’s yearling black bear, received a computed tomography (CT) scan June 8 to determine what’s causing her angular limb deformity. A team of 20 assisted with the procedure, including North Carolina State Veterinary Teaching Hospital staff, an orthopedic surgeon, professor of veterinary orthopedics Denis Marcellin-Little and Michael Stoskopf, DVM. Results showed bone chips in Yona’s right elbow. While at the vet school, she was sedated for about 2.5 hours, during which she had a CT scan, radiographs, blood work, dermatology exam – including skin scrape and punch biopsy – physical exam, manipulation of her limbs and more. “Yona injured her arm a long time ago. Fortunately, her arm is still growing. Her elbow is a little bit out of alignment, but that does not appear to be getting worse. She broke a piece of bone the size of an almond inside her elbow and that piece is moving around the joint. We may remove it in the future,” Marcellin-Little said.Yona was found abandoned on the roadside in Townsend, Tenn., in February of 2009. It is possible she may have sustained the injury at this time. Currently, Yona is doing just fine. She’s on exhibit and continues to wrestle with Gus, the 4-year-old black bear, swim in the bear pool, climb the mulberry tree and relax near the waterfall.For more information: www.lifeandscience.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough explains new advances in CT technologyPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:56Loaded: 1.17%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:56 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Related Content Siemens Go.Top CT scanner at SCCT19Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:05Loaded: 15.14%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more Video Player is loading.GE Cardiographe cardiac CT scanner at SCCT19Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:38Loaded: 26.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:38 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. Video Player is loading.Mahadevappa Mahesh discusses trends in medical physics at the 2019 AAPM meetingPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 4:01Loaded: 4.04%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -4:01 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Presidents Obama Solís sign historic security donation for Costa Rica

first_imgRelated posts:President Solís to discuss migration, green energy with US Vice President Joe Biden Costa Rica, Panama ask neighbors to help with stranded migrants President Luis Guillermo Solís to meet with U.S. Vice President Michael Pence Solís’ approval rating at record low Costa Rica President Luis Guillermo Solís, U.S. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joseph Biden announced an unprecedented donation of security equipment for Costa Rica on Monday during Solís’ visit to Washington.They also agreed on the terms for joint projects aimed at curbing problems related to organized crime, migration and public security.Solís described the aid from the U.S. government as “the biggest assistance granted in the last 30 years” and a reflection of the good relations between the two countries.The extensive donation list includes aircraft, speedboats, biometric equipment for identifying undocumented migrants in the field, equipment and training for the National Police and communication equipment and other resources for park rangers.The list also includes emergency supplies and equipment for attending natural disasters, kits for rape victims, scholarships and funding for education programs, among others. Some of the listed donations are ongoing or had been previously announced.Although Solís initially was scheduled to meet only with Vice President Biden, Obama also met with Solís and members of his entourage.The presidents talked about current challenges that organized crime and drug trafficking pose to both countries, Casa Presidencial reported.Solís said the meeting at the White House increased “as never before, the bilateral cooperation in the fight against organized crime.” Donations will be used primarily to block operations of international criminal organizations.Among the most important actions, the new resources are meant to reduce the amount of drugs passing through Costa Rica bound for the U.S. and also prevent crime in vulnerable communities of the country.President Solís said the U.S. donations will result in a noticeable improvement of resources and training of Costa Rican police officers.The president also expressed to Obama his concerns about the remilitarization of Nicaragua. Daniel Ortega’s government last week displayed part of the new military equipment bought from Russia, including a tank.Solís told Obama that he does not expect these military resources to be used against Costa Rica, but highlighted that his administration “is not comfortable with Nicaragua’s rearmament.”Clean energy, women’s empowermentThe meeting at the White House also included discussions about energy concerns and access to clean and renewable energy sources.The leaders also discussed programs and policies aimed at empowering women. That conversation followed negotiations that began during separate visits to Costa Rica by President Obama and second lady Jill Biden.Solís also took the opportunity to request U.S. support for Costa Rican Christiana Figueres’ bid for the General Secretariat of the United Nations. Facebook Commentslast_img read more


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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterFamilies of four can sail from Singapore to Australia aboard the biggest and newest cruise ship to ever visit our shores – Ovation of the Seas – as part of an exclusive Cruiseco charter available from Cruise Express.Just eight months after her launch, the new 5000-passenger ship will sail from Singapore on 30 November 2016 on her maiden cruise to Australia as the world’s fourth largest cruise ship.Stretching for more than a third of a kilometre with an observation pod higher than the pylons of Sydney Harbour Bridge, the A$1.3 billion Royal Caribbean International ship will call at Fremantle, Adelaide and Hobart before arriving in Sydney on 15 December 15 2016 for a two-month season.Perfect for families, Ovation of the Seas will boast features never before seen on a ship in Australia. These include a skydiving simulator, flying trapeze school, dodgem car arena, rollerskating rink, 18 dining venues, super-fast internet, a multi-sensory show arena, a robot bar and wristbands that open cabin doors and make onboard purchases.Also offering four pools, outdoor cinema, surfing simulator, multiple kids’ clubs and a rockclimbing wall, the ship will be 14 per cent bigger than the Queen Mary 2, which current holds the title of the biggest cruise ship to visit Australia.Cabins on Ovation of the Seas’ chartered voyage from Singapore to Australia are available for sale only via Cruiseco member agents, including Cruise Express, which is offering exclusive fares for families of four. These fares, covering two adults and two children aged 15 and under sharing one ocean-view cabin, are available from:* $3288 per family from Singapore to Fremantle (six nights)* $6338 from Singapore to Adelaide (11 nights)* $7554 from Singapore to Hobart (13 nights)* $7828 from Singapore to Melbourne (13 nights – including flights from Hobart to Melbourne); and* $8768 from Singapore to Sydney (15 nights)Fares include onboard meals (excluding speciality restaurants), entertainment and use of kids’ clubs and are subject to availability.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more


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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter Go back to the e-newsletterLATTE chats with Julian Clark, CEO of boutique hotel company Lancemore Group, about being a customer, Netflix in hotels and the future of the Lancemore Group. Tell us about the Lancemore Group. How did a fire at home turn into a hospitality company?It’s a family owned company that stared in 1986 and rose out of the ashes of my family’s home that was burnt down in a bushfire. So it’s not exactly how most businesses start. My parents grew the business over the next 20 years before retiring a decade ago. They went into regions that were not known for tourism, often with product that was new-to-market and highly innovative. In many ways it’s amazing they prospered given how entrepreneurial they were, but prosper they did. I took over a decade ago now and have managed to grow the business threefold since then, but still stayed true to our beginnings and the values that we want to stand for as a business. In today’s age of big business it’s genuinely a privilege to lead a family business that still stands for family business values.What was behind the decision to launch your own winery?As much as I would like to say it was strategic, we actually bought a site with an established vineyard. Combine that with a founder with a penchant for wine and entrepreneurialism in his blood and there you have it. Financially it’s not the best decision we have made, but we are super proud of having a five-star Halliday-rated winery (Lindenderry Wines) and think it enhances our guests’ stay given we offer it in our hotels at a highly discounted price. As someone who loves wine I get so sick of seeing average wine at inflated prices in hotels. It allows Lancemore to overcome that in all lines of our business given we sell it to the hotels at cost price.Each of your six boutique properties offers a very different experience. What do you look for in a Lancemore destination?We are a collection of genuine boutique hotels, not cookie-cutter hotels, so there is no one thing. However, there are a few overriding principles. All are somewhat subjective, but combined they ensure that we have the ability to deliver excellent customer satisfaction. Firstly, each hotel needs to be an “original”, a genuine boutique hotel in the sense that it is an anti-chain, anti-cookie-cutter hotel. It needs to have soul and offer more than a simple sleep experience. The destination also needs to offer something special. This could be delivered by the surrounding nature, oceans or views, the local food and beverage offering, a wellness offering or a combination of them all. But it has to be something special. On top of this, it has to be a destination that I would love to either live at or stay at repeatedly. It has to have some style about it and be a great place to immerse yourself in. To live like a local is becoming a cliché these days in the hotel business, but in essence we like to be in the best spots in Australia and New Zealand to either live and/or holiday.Why was Potts Point chosen for The Larmont Sydney?I used to live around the corner and saw what was happening in the neighbourhood and saw a great fit between the type of hotels we do and what Potts Point was offering. It’s surrounded by so much of the best Sydney has to offer: high-end and casual dining, great nightlife, great shopping, a fantastic location and views as icing on the cake. It is proximate to both the city, harbour and beaches. Lastly it was a neighbourhood in transition and we saw an opportunity to both be part of that transition and reflect it. I love staying there; there is so much to do and see that is high quality and it’s constantly in flux.What defines The Larmont Sydney?We set out for Larmont to embody six core attributes. Firstly, the experience of Lancemore Group’s signature genuine hospitality is at the heart of all that we do. Secondly, we want our guests to experience our generosity of spirit: lots of freebies, no nickel-and-diming, and lots of time for our guests. Thirdly, we hope that they enjoy the great design throughout the hotel. Fourthly, we have worked hard on the wellness aspect in both design and product. Last but far from least, we think our Food & Beverage offering is a highlight, from the Hyde Restaurant to our mini-bar and room service menus. Overarching all of this is that we are defined by our neighbourhood. We have tried to bring it inside the hotel, but we certainly encourage our guests to explore all that our neighbourhood has to offer.How would you describe the hotel’s design philosophy?Our style changes with our conception of the hotel and what we want to achieve with that hotel but our design philosophy is constant. First of all, we aim for the hotel to make sense in its location and/or climate. Secondly, we want it to be an original. Its design won’t be the same as any other hotel, they are all genuine boutique hotels. Thirdly, it must both look great and also live well, and that’s easier said than done. Lastly, we opt for quality and things that will last; we are not a fan of the throw-out culture that sometimes exists these days.How important do you think technology is to the guest experience?Exactly how much depends on the hotel, but basically, it’s very important. Wi-Fi especially; it’s like air to many of our customers. But any technology has to be intuitive; I’m not a believer of technology for technology’s sake. At Larmont Sydney we wanted people to BYO their own technology or subscriptions and live effortlessly. So we went out and purchased the fastest Wi-Fi in Sydney hotels and in every room installed a 55” Samsung Smart TV, Apple TVs and Bose Sound Touch, as well as movies on demand to name a few things. Just like at home. You can listen to your favourite music and watch Netflix or movies without any hassle at all. Just connect or log in. Couldn’t be simpler and our guests love it.How have you seen the travel industry change? What do you do to stay ahead of these changes?Unquestionably it has changed, mainly in design expectations, distribution, technology and definitions of modern luxury. I try to stay ahead by asking the experts in the areas of change what they think is changing, listening to our customers, reading the industry rags and by being a customer myself. It helps that we have a cadre of people who are “typical” customers that intuitively get what our customer base wants.How has travel influenced the way you see the world?Massively. One of my life’s passions is travel. But not superficial “tick the box” travel. Rather wandering the streets, eating at cafes and drinking in bars – taking the pulse of a place. Ideally with a friend who lives there. The more you travel and get out of the tourist bubble, [the more] you realise that human beings have more that unites them than separates them, regardless of their religion, race or politics. You realise that more people are generous than unkind. You learn that, if you are willing to try, you can get along with people you ostensibly have very little in common with. As an Australian you often get reminded that you were dealt a great hand in life and are automatically highly likely to be one of the world’s 1% (and higher). Its concurrently grounding, enriching and loads of fun.What does luxury mean to you?A lot of different things, but most of them are based around finding your happy moment in that exact moment of time. The ability to be the exact person you want to be, in the exact place you want to be, doing exactly what you want to be doing. I think luxury used to be about products and things, and in the last decade has now added experiences to that list. I think what’s next is connection to things that make you happy. After all, luxury is all about allowing people to be happy; otherwise it’s just accumulated possessions. Products and experiences help your be happy, but for anyone lucky enough to have enough of them, they will know it is not enough. I think luxury helps take you to that next space and it usually involves connection to people and spaces.What’s the best coffee experience you’ve ever had?OK, this is a horrifying statement, but I am a heathen that doesn’t drink coffee so I don’t have a decent answer to that I’m sorry.last_img read more


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