Inside the Cell: The City that Never Sleeps

first_img“A Summary of the Evidence for Intelligent Design”: The Study Guide Recommended Congratulations to Science Magazine for an Honest Portrayal of Darwin’s Descent of Man Requesting a (Partial) Retraction from Darrel Falk and BioLogos On a classic episode of ID the Future, Discovery Institute biologist Ann Gauger talks with host Sarah Chaffee about the cell as a bustling city that never sleeps, a miniature New York, New York. Download the podcast or listen to it here.What is the power plant of the cell? How about its thoroughfares? Waste recycling? It is all there, plus a lot more. Start spreading the news.Photo credit: Oliver Niblett via Unsplash. Evolution NewsEvolution News & Science Today (EN) provides original reporting and analysis about evolution, neuroscience, bioethics, intelligent design and other science-related issues, including breaking news about scientific research. It also covers the impact of science on culture and conflicts over free speech and academic freedom in science. Finally, it fact-checks and critiques media coverage of scientific issues. Share Intelligent Design Inside the Cell: The City that Never SleepsEvolution News @DiscoveryCSCMay 4, 2019, 4:22 AM TagsAnn GaugerbiologycellFrank SinatraID the FutureNew York Citypodcastpower plantrecyclingSarah Chaffeethoroughfareswaste,Trending Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Share Origin of Life: Brian Miller Distills a Debate Between Dave Farina and James Tour Jane Goodall Meets the God Hypothesis Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Share A Physician Describes How Behe Changed His MindLife’s Origin — A “Mystery” Made AccessibleCodes Are Not Products of PhysicsIxnay on the Ambriancay PlosionexhayDesign Triangulation: My Thanksgiving Gift to Alllast_img read more

The Friday Flyer – March 6th 2015

first_imgThe introduction to HLPFI’s Friday Flyer this week is a shameless advertisement for our new product – the Marketplace Directory – which will be launched in the March/April 2015 edition of the magazine.The Marketplace aims to assist companies that supply equipment and support services to the heavy lift and project logistics business. It will act as a focal point for our readers to find the equipment they need to buy or rent, or the services they require to help undertake safe and economical project cargo movements.If you would like to grab the attention of HLPFI’s global readership of project cargo professionals, who use the magazine as a reference manual for contacts, news and information about project cargo transport and logistics, reserve an entry in our new Marketplace today.If this sounds like something your company would be interested in, or you have any queries about the new part of the magazine, please contact [email protected] and she will be very happy to ensure that you receive the information you require.As Evie says: “Doing business without advertising is like winking at someone in the dark: You know what you are doing, but no-one else does.” In businessK+N sees continuous improvements   Kuehne + Nagel posted a 1.9 percent increase in net turnover compared with 2013, while its gross profit rose by 0.5 percent to CHF6.28bn (USD6.43bn).2014 ‘as expected’ for PanalpinaPanalpina’s net forwarding revenue in 2014 remained stable at CHF6.7bn (USD6.86bn), while gross profit increased by 2 percent year-on-year.Profits down at Port of RotterdamWhile revenue at the Port of Rotterdam Authority grew by 3.1 percent year-on-year in 2014, profits fell by 49 percent due to higher interest charges and depreciation.Manitowoc appoints Argentinian dealer Manitowoc Cranes has signed a distribution and service contract with Buenos Aires based construction equipment dealer Covema SACIF.Cargo Airship Caucus launched in the USAA Cargo Airship Caucus has been created in the US House of Representatives to encourage the development of these aircraft for military and civilian use. Capacity developmentsTerex warns of counterfeit cranesTerex Cranes has warned that counterfeit versions of its crawler crane models are being manufactured in South Korea.Liebherr upgrades LR 1750 crawlerLiebherr has modified its LR 1750 crawler crane by strengthening the main boom and adjusting the derrick system, so that an upgraded 750-tonne capacity LR 1750/2 model is now available.Monster lift on debutThe Asian Hercules III, which was recently delivered to Asian Lift, has completed her first lifting job.Cargolux adds 30th BoeingCargolux has taken delivery of its 12th Boeing 747-8 freighter aircraft, which becomes the 30th 747 freighter the airline has purchased from Boeing since 1979. Shipment of the weekRuslan International has transported a 70-tonne oil refinery stripping tower from Bakersfield, California to Erbil in Iraq. Network and association developmentsThe Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) network gained Ideal Movers as a new representative in India.The Project Cargo Network (PCN) welcomed C Logistics Solutions as a new member in the Dominican Republic.Arbour Shipping in the UK and Tera Projects & Shipping in Malaysia joined the CLC Projects network.The XLProjects (XLP) network added four new members to its roster: Logistica Suardiaz in Spain; Topfor Logistics International in China; Taiwan’s Air International Freight; and MS Global Freight Solution in Malaysia.LSC Levant Forwarding Maritime joined the Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN) as a new Turkish representative.The Project Partners network added PP Logistics to its membership list, representing both Pakistan and Afghanistan.Myanmar’s Diamond Multimodal Express joined the Pacific Power Logistics (PPL) network. All about EvieIntrigued by the future use of drones in the freight industry, Evie was interested to read of the potential for cargo drones – or “flying donkeys” as one Kenyan farmer put it – to get around the need for infrastructural change on the African continent.One executive believes that drones could account for 10 to 15 percent of Africa’s transport sector in the next decade. Evie is not a cynic, but she won’t be holding her breath.Evie extends congratulations to Tuscor Lloyds this week, as its Spanish offices celebrated their tenth anniversary in the country.A big lover of paella, Evie was also excited to find out that the Project Partners network will be holding its 8th annual conference in Barcelona, Spain from October 8-11, 2015.last_img read more

Djokovic is experiencing neck pain, refused to participate in couples: TennisKafe

first_imgBad news for the world №1 Novak Djokovic – the Serb has felt pain in the neck and for this reason has given up participation in pairs at the Western & Southern Open Masters, organizers said.The 17-time Grand Slam champion arrived in the “balloon” in New York, hoping to play not only in singles but also in tandem. There he would partner with his compatriot Filip Krainovic, and they would face Tommy Paul and Francis Tiafo. Ultimately, however, their place in the scheme will be taken by Kacic and Lajovic.Djokovic withdrawn from today doubles match due to neck pain. He and Krajinovic will be replaced by Cacic/Lajovic.– Michal Samulski (@MichalSamulski) August 23, 2020The news is extremely unpleasant for Djokovic, who has to return to the court tomorrow for the first time after the restart of the tour. His first round match is against Ricardas Berankis.Additional information is expected about the condition of the Serb, who will fight for the 18th Grand Slam title at the upcoming US Open. The Major begins on August 31.last_img read more

Respawn Products partners with Epic Games for Fortnite chairs

first_imgGaming chair manufacturer Respawn Products has partnered with Epic Games to create Fortnite-branded chairs.As part of the partnership, Respawn Products has produced a collection of bespoke chairs for Epic Games’ battle royale title.Image credit: Respawn ProductsRELATED: DreamHack announces two $250,000 Fortnite tournamentsAlex Gonzalez, Sponsorship and Promotional Lead at Respawn Products had this to say about the partnership: “Respawn Products is currently focused on evolving within the gaming, esports, and streaming space to continue offering our high-quality products at affordable prices to all gamers whether they’re aiming to compete at the highest level or play a couple of hours a week casually. As the industry continues to develop and evolve we are hoping to pursue a strong focus within esports and continuing to collaborate with unique and meaningful partnerships, sponsorships, and activations.”Respawn Products is also partnered with the likes of Renegades, Team Reciprocity, Obey Alliance, Paris Eternal, Paladins Pro League, SMITE Pro League, High School Esports League, and Estars Studios‘ WSOE.RELATED: Gen.G partners with Bumble for all-women Fortnite teamBlake Zalcberg, General Manager at Respawn Products added: “When thinking about the right partners to work with, Epic Games matched us in entrepreneurial spirit and corporate culture. Their brand level and attention to detail is second to none and when a partner like them forces you to get better, you know that they’re the right one.“We think the quality and end-result for anyone who purchases an Officially Licensed Fortnite Gaming Chair will feel that as well. We are looking forward to expanding on this partnership to develop great products that the community will love to sit in whether it is competitive or casual play.” The Fortnite collection, which is available to purchase at the time of writing, consists of six chairs.Esports Insider says: Fortnite’s undeniably one of the biggest games on a global scale – though it’s specifically popular in North America and Europe – so Respawn Products has done a good job with this partnership. If promoted properly through events and social media, these chairs could fly off the shelf.ESI Autumn Forum – Find out morelast_img read more