PAR Technology Corporation to Participate in the BTIG

PAR Know-How Company (NYSE:PAR) The world’s number one supplier of software programs, built-in technology options and integrated cloud commerce platforms for dining venues, may participate in the BTIG Restaurant Know-How Discussion Board. PAR’s administration will hold a one-on-one conference with buyers and analysts during the Digital Conference on Wednesday, May 26, 2021. Opportunities hosted by… Read More »

Reading Plus Named SIIA Education Technology 2021 CODiE

Studying Plus, an evidence-based online program that uses customized instruction to enhance college students’ study proficiency, is a SIIA CODiE Award finalist within the Greatest Scholar Studying Capability-Constructing Answer class. The CODiE Awards, created by the Software Programs and Data Business Affiliation (SIIA), acknowledges the objectives, merchandise and companies of builders of instructional software programs,… Read More »

CSPi Technology Solutions Recognized as a Top Managed

CSPI Know-How Options, a CSP Inc. Enterprise (NASDAQ: CSPI), an answer supplier delivering managed IT, efficient IT, and cloud providers, broadcasts that CRN®, a model of the channel firm, has made it 100 within its 2021 Managed Services Supplier (MSP) 500. named in the record. class. Recorded annually, launched, acknowledges key North American North American… Read More »

Science agencies must bite innovation bullet

In January’s State of the Union address, President Barack Obama said the United States had reached “the Sputnik moment of our generation”, and placed science and innovation at the center of his policy agenda to respond to international competition. Amid extraordinary budget pressures, he has called for a US$7 billion (11.6%) increase in government spending… Read More »

Vaccinate for the next H2N2 pandemic now

The emergence of a new type of H1N1 influenza virus in 2009 took the world by surprise. The public-health community assumed that a major genetic alteration would result in a pandemic strain if RNA from a seasonal strain recombined with RNA from a virus that had never previously been transmitted to humans. As it turned… Read More »

Over the limit

The evidence is clear. Statistics from the United States, Europe, Asia and Africa point in the same direction: male drivers are more likely to crash their cars than women. Aggressive behavior, a tendency to break rules and a greater willingness to take risks are all believed to contribute. Taken together, male drivers are a riskier… Read More »

Take the time and effort to correct misinformation

With the election of Donald Trump, the appointment of his advisers, who are on record as rejecting scientific evidence, and the fervor of deniers on everything from climate change to vaccinations, science is on the Internet (and elsewhere). The amount of crap written about is quantified. Shine. So what are we to do as scientists?… Read More »

Reform regulations to make pet clinical trials easier

For decades, the typical veterinary response to a pet’s unbearable suffering has been the same: The beloved animal is put to sleep quietly and humanely. Yet a new trend has emerged in the past decade: in search of hope, or just a few extra months of life, owners are willing to enroll their pets in… Read More »

Four steps to precision public health

When home transmission of Zika virus was confirmed in the United States in July 2016, not the entire country was declared at risk – nor even the entire state of Florida. Instead, precise monitoring defined two at-risk areas of Miami-Dade County, with neighborhoods measuring only 2.6 and 3.9 square kilometers. Travel advisories and mosquito control… Read More »

Researchers serve up suggestions to reduce food waste

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Health Organization are meeting this week to discuss the United Nations’ Decade of Action on Nutrition. In this issue, we publish two commentary articles that look at some of the problems. In one piece, a group of researchers stress the importance of nurturing people, not… Read More »