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Analysing your sweat could be the next big thing in health tech – Hello Math

Smart contact lenses could provide a boost to healthcare monitoringHealth tech: Researchers are working on combining sensors with off-the-shelf contact lenses for a range of medical applications. Chances are, unless it’s a super-hot day or you’re just about to deliver a speech in front of hundreds of VIPs, you don’t think much about your sweat. …

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A-level results: Lancing College ‘delighted’ with exam success – Worthing Herald

Lancing College is celebrating another year of strong A-level results, with 13 students scoring a clean sweep of straight As or more. A total of 82 candidates scored two or more A*s, As or B grades in their A-levels. Lancing College celebrates results The school saw particular success in further maths, with 87 per cent …

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The 2019 CAPE scholars – Nation News – Hello Math

Some of the scholarship winners pose with Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw (centre, front) as well as permanent secretary Janet Phillips (left, front) and chief education officer Karen Best (second right, front). (Picture by Carlos Atwell) FOLLOWING is the list of the 63 Barbados Scholarship and Exhibitions winners for 2019 from the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency …

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Jonee Wilson, Temple Walkowiak to Measure High-Quality Instructional Practices to Support Marginalized Students in Rigorous Mathematics through NSF Grant – NC State College of Education

Jonee Wilson, Ph.D., assistant professor of mathematics education at the NC State College of Education, has focused on supporting marginalized students in mathematics classrooms for several years. Now, she is using an NSF grant to develop a way to measure the extent to which teachers implement practices that support African American and students learning English …

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Jeffrey Epstein death a suicide by hanging, medical examiner rules – Hello Math

Jeffrey Epstein’s death was the result of suicide, the New York City medical examiner ruled Friday, stating that the 66-year-old financier hanged himself in the federal prison where he was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges. The ruling by Dr. Barbara Sampson eliminates a bevy of conspiracy theories about how the wealthy New Yorker died, including …

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CBSE Exam 2020: Two separate examinations to be conducted for Class 10 Mathematics – Jagran Josh

CBSE Class 10 Exam 2020:  According to reports, the Central Board of Secondary Education is set to conduct two separate examinations for the Mathematics subjects in the class 10 board examination 2020. The first will be basic mathematics while the second one will be standard mathematics. candidates will be required to select their choice of …

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D. Koukoulopoulos, the Greek that Solved 78-Year-Old Riddle of Duffin and Schaeffer Conjecture – The National Herald – Hello Math

Dimitris Koukoulopoulos, associate professor of Mathematics at the University of Montreal, and, together with Oxford University research professor James Maynard, has been able to prove or solve, in the language of mathematics, the “Duffin and Schaeffer conjecture.” Koukoulopoulos, aged 35, was born in the northern Greek city of Kozani described his course and experience from …

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10 best universities to study business – Telegraph.co.uk

Think you could be the next Alan Sugar or Richard Branson? If you have a mind for innovation and business, you might benefit from a degree at one of the finest business schools in the UK.  Most business courses give students a thorough understanding of business theory, economics, entrepreneurship, accounting, management and business law.  As …

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‘Zombie snail’ is breaking the internet with its freaky transparent body – Hello Math

It is a weird world with mystifying organisms. Twitter is going bizarre over a post by Mike Inouye, who posted a clip that shows a snail whose motor functions and eye stalks have been taken over by a parasitic flatworm. His skin is transparent and one can see his colourful internal organs. This zombie snail. …

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