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- Edwards Lifesciences (EW) to Report Q4 Results: Wall Street Expects Earnings Growth
Edwards Lifesciences (EW) possesses the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
Zacks. Wednesday, 19 Jan 2022.
- Kristian Blummenfelt Is the Triathlon's Data-Driven Future
The most advanced science
in the triathlon world can be found in Norway, where athletes embrace the data found in heat sensors, oxygen measuring masks and their feces.
New York Times. Wednesday, 19 Jan 2022.
- Furious MPs told to calm down in row over Government modelling during the Covid pandemic
Conservative Bob Seely called for a debate on scientific
modelling during the pandemic in which he accused forecasters of wildly inaccurate predictions leading to lockdowns.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 19 Jan 2022.
- Cancel Captain Cook? You might as well cancel maps, science or humanity itself
DOMINIC SANDBROOK: To cast Cook as a villain is sheer historical illiteracy. As Professor Robert Tombs, one of our most eminent historians, has observed, Cook embodied the Age of Enlightenment.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 19 Jan 2022.
- Should bad science be taken off social media?
A Royal Society report recommends against censoring scientific
BBC News. Wednesday, 19 Jan 2022.
- Sometimes, Life Stinks. So He Invented the Nasal Ranger.
For Chuck McGinley, an engineer who devised the go-to instrument for measuring odors, helping people understand what they smell is serious science
New York Times. Tuesday, 18 Jan 2022.
- When Regulating An Appliance . . . Follow The Science!
A timely new report from the National Academy of Sciences offers recommendations that can help DOE improve how it approaches its standard-setting task by better using available data and focusing on social welfare.
Forbes. Tuesday, 18 Jan 2022.
- Gilead Sciences (GILD) Stock Sinks As Market Gains: What You Should Know
In the latest trading session, Gilead Sciences (GILD) closed at $71.77, marking a -0.15% move from the previous day.
Zacks. Monday, 17 Jan 2022.
- New chief scientist wants NASA to be about climate science, not just space
Katherine Calvin was appointed NASA's new Chief Scientist and Senior Climate Advisor on Monday. She wants to improve data accessibility.
CNBC. Thursday, 13 Jan 2022.
- Kentucky university refuses to go remote, says 'science shows' in-person learning is safe
The University of Louisville is refusing to shift classes to a remote format, going against several major American universities opting to hold classes online for the beginning of the spring semester.
Fox News. Wednesday, 12 Jan 2022.
- Should Climate Scientists Stop Doing Research? Three Experts Say Yes
In the face of complacency about the threat of global warming, three professors have suggested that climate scientists should stop doing climate science
. It's a controversial stance.
Forbes. Wednesday, 12 Jan 2022.
- PM on Covid testing: We'll look at science over shortening isolation
Boris Johnson talks about the possibility of cutting the Covid isolation period from seven days to five.
BBC News. Monday, 10 Jan 2022.
- Researchers hail new 'supermolecule' which has 'the potential to revolutionise science'
Researchers have created a "powerful supermolecule" in a "tremendous" interdisciplinary study, which they say has the potential to revolutionise science
Sky News. Monday, 10 Jan 2022.
- Inside the Beltway: Biden's 'MSNBC administration'
Watchdog groups have long tracked liberal bias in the news media, a force first identified in a landmark survey of 238 journalists conducted in 1981 by political-science scholars Robert Lichter and Stanley Rothman. ...
Washington Times. Thursday, 6 Jan 2022.
- Epidemiologist Dr. Michael Mina on CDC COVID isolation guidelines and at-home tests
Epidemiologist and chief science
officer at eMed, Dr. Michael Mina, joins "CBS Mornings" to discuss the confusion over the CDC's COVID isolation guidelines and why he says at-home antigen tests are reliable.
CBS News. Wednesday, 5 Jan 2022.
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