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People Europe Asia specialists join Goways GroupsOnly team

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first_img[People] Europe, Asia specialists join Goway’s GroupsOnly team Share Thursday, December 21, 2017 Travelweek Group << Previous PostNext Post >>center_img VANCOUVER — European destination specialists Antonella (Nella) Pellegrino and Silvia Camolese, and Asia specialist Christine Ji, have joined Goway’s GroupsOnly department.Pellegrino and Ji are based at the company’s head office in Toronto, while Camolese has joined the core Groups team in Goway’s Vancouver office.With over nine years of experience selling Europe, Pellegrino has also taken on the role as the department’s Europe Team Lead. She has travelled extensively throughout the continent, including in-depth touring of Italy, France, Spain, the UK and Austria.Meanwhile Ji has experience in selling both Asia and the South Pacific for over 10 years. She has travelled extensively to the South Pacific, China, Vietnam, France, Italy and Switzerland.Camolese brings a wealth of European destination knowledge to the Groups Department, with 20 years of experience selling special interest groups throughout Europe and North Africa, from pilgrimages to culinary & wine groups, educational, and adventure.Barbara Norton, the Group Department’s General Manager, says she’s thrilled with the new employees: “With Goway now selling Europe along with the huge growth in our Asian Group sales, the expertise these gals will bring both in destination knowledge and tour planning experience will be unparalleled.” Posted by Tags: Goway Travel, Peoplelast_img read more

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February 8 2001 Last week CBS Television came to

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first_imgFebruary 8, 2001Last week CBS Television came to Arcosanti to shoot a travel segment for theirEarly Show. The camera crew is seen here shooting the gorgeous view from the SkySuite balcony. The segment is due to air on C.B.S. on 2/9/01 between7-9 a.m. MST. [Photos and text by JenniferThornton] Resident Toni Fragiacomoand a journalist from the CBS affiliate in Phoenix were filmed strolling bythe Ceramics Apse as partof the travel piece. The crew also filmed some interiors of the SkySuite.last_img

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Rep Howrylak seeks passage of legislation to honor Troy police officer

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first_img Categories: Howrylak News 10May Rep. Howrylak seeks passage of legislation to honor Troy police officer Today State Representative Martin Howrylak (Right), Mayor Dan Slater, Police Chief Gary Mayer, and Troy Police Officer John Julian (Left) testified in the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on behalf of legislation to in honor of Troy Police Officer Martin “Marty” Chivas, who died in the line of duty on April 22, 1974.Troy Police Officer Martin (Marty) Chivas, was killed in the line of duty April 22, 1974 while investigating a burglary at a gas station on Rochester Road and I-75. Officer Chivas was only 24 years old. If enacted, Rep. Howrylak’s proposal (HB 4191) would name the portion of I-75 located at the Rochester Road exit as the “Officer Martin ‘Marty’ Chivas Memorial Highway.”“Our community is a safe place to live, work, and raise a family because of the hard work and dedication of the Troy Police Department,” said Rep. Howrylak. “This memorial will serve as a fitting tribute for the sacrifice Officer Chivas made in service to our community.”This legislation was put before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee for consideration and is expected to be voted on by the members of the committee next week.###last_img read more

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Vandals target Mosta garden

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first_imgThe recently restored Mosta garden has been vandalised by unknown individuals overnight. Light fixtures and dustbins were among the objects destroyed.More than €500,000 were invested in the regeneration of Ġnien l-Għarusa tal-Mosta and it was officially inaugurated in May by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and Environment Minister Josè Herrera. The work included the planting of more than 2,200 trees and shrubs, 4,300 metres squared of paving was laid, as well as paths were restored and safety features installed.The Mosta Local Council condemned the vandalism in a Facebook post on Saturday. Jason Micallef who heads the Valletta Cultural Agency urged the Local Council to install CCTV cameras as soon as possible. The council said that it for the cameras to be installed, a risk assessment is required, and that it is working toward obtaining the required approval in the shortest time possible.A literature competition for the elderly was held at the garden the night before. However the vandalism seems to have happened after the event, during the night.WhatsApp <a href=’http://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/ck.php?n=ab2c8853&amp;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’https://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=97&amp;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a> SharePrintlast_img read more

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Nicoya designate the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine as

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first_imgNov 15 2018Currently in India, there are over 200,000 researchers working on numerous applications to better understand diseases and advance drug discovery. To support their discoveries, we are thrilled to announce the opening of the OpenSPR Centre of Excellence in Bangalore, India! Nicoya has designated the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (InStem) as the new OpenSPR Centre of Excellence in collaboration with Dr. Ramaswamy (Senior Professor at InStem) and his lab.During our visit to the National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) where InStem is located, our VP of Product Success, Sarah Strathearn, and our VP of Business Development & International Sales, Jim Harp, were invited to host a two-day workshop titled “Uncover your Binding Kinetics with OpenSPR”. The event was held in Dr. Ramaswamy’s (often referred to Dr. Rams) lab and hosted over 20 leading researchers from several institutions across the country.The workshop focused on the importance of measuring kinetics for characterizing binding interactions and demonstrated how our user-friendly, benchtop surface plasmon resonance (SPR) technology enables researchers to obtain real-time binding kinetics and affinity data. Additionally, the workshop included in-depth training for SPR experimental design and optimization, as well as hands-on experience with the OpenSPR, examining kinetic interactions with proteins, peptides, sugars and small molecules.With the opening of the OpenSPR Centre of Excellence in India, we are furthering scientific research and innovation globally by partnering up with international distributors, institutions, and researchers with missions alike. In addition to our collaboration with researchers in India, we are currently helping scientists in more than 30 countries get the high-quality binding data they need to accelerate their research! Nicoya’s VP of Product Success, Sarah Strathearn, leading the “Uncover your Binding Kinetics with OpenSPR” workshopHow are scientists in India accelerating their research with OpenSPR?In India, NCBS, InStem, and the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP) are referred to as the “Bangalore Biocluster” because they share tools and resources to accelerate discoveries in science research. Similar to our mission at Nicoya, C-CAMP aims to provide researchers with tools to encourage science and entrepreneurship through innovative training, services, and state-of-the-art technology.Similarly at InStem, researchers are dedicated to breaking boundaries in stem cell research while collaborating with labs and scientists to advance their discoveries. Nicoya’s OpenSPR is now one of the accessible, innovative technologies at these leading institutions. As benchtop SPR becomes increasingly accessible in India, more researchers can get the high-quality data they need to accelerate their research. Related StoriesTEST-1 Using SPR to Confront the Antibody Reproducibility CrisisAutomated OpenSPR-XT will accelerate discoveries in protein scienceDr. Rams unboxing his new OpenSPR at the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (InStem)How is OpenSPR accelerating Dr. Rams’ research?Along with being a Senior Professor at InStem, Dr. Rams is well known for being the co-founder and first CEO of C-CAMP. With over 100 publications to date, he is also known for his continuous research in understanding biological function at atomic resolution. More specifically, Dr. Rams’ laboratory has been dedicated to uncovering drug targets against bacteria that cause sepsis through the research of sugars and their functions. Dr. Rams is also famously known for leading the research on the benefits of cockroach milk (yes, you read that right!). His research suggests that cockroach milk is four times more nutritious than cow’s milk and could very easily be the next big superfood. This development deservingly received much attention worldwide following the 2016 publication.In more recent projects, Dr. Rams and his team are currently integrating the OpenSPR to compliment the ITC in their lab and accelerate their research further. OpenSPR will verify their ITC results for the affinity of interactions and uncover the kon, koff and KD of the interactions. Having an OpenSPR has enabled Dr. Rams’ lab to advance their highly innovative research without compensating their data quality and research time.center_img Source:Nicoyalifelast_img read more

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With 100 members in attendance Lok Sabha sits till 1158 pm to

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first_imgWith 100 members in attendance, Lok Sabha sits till 11.58 pm to conclude debate on railwaysParliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi said it is for the first time in nearly 18 years that the Lower House has sat for this long.advertisement Press Trust of India New DelhiJuly 12, 2019UPDATED: July 12, 2019 13:05 IST During the debate, the Opposition accused the Modi government of trying to sell off railways’ assets instead of focusing on services. (File Photo)The Lok Sabha sat till 11.58 pm on Thursday to conclude discussion on demands for grants for the Railway Ministry, with Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi saying it is for the first time in nearly 18 years that the Lower House has sat for this long.Railway Minister Piyush Goyal is likely to reply to the debate Friday afternoon, following which the demands for grants will be put to vote.Nearly a 100 members participated in the debate which began Thursday afternoon and concluded at 11.58 pm.”It is a record,” Joshi said.During the debate, the Opposition accused the Modi government of trying to sell off railways’ assets instead of focusing on services, but the BJP asserted that the transport behemoth is breaking new ground everyday especially in areas of infrastructure and safety.The Congress, TMC and other parties tore into the government as they opposed alleged attempts to “privatise” the railways and claimed that the NDA dispensation was “selling dreams” like the ‘bullet train’ to the people, which were “not feasible”.Countering the opposition’s allegations, BJP MP Sunil Kumar Singh said the performance of railways is much better now than under the Congress rule and the national transporter was achieving new milestones.Railway accidents have reduced by 73 per cent in the five-year period of Modi government from 2014 to 2019, he noted.ALSO READ | 29 elected unopposed to Parliamentary Estimates panelALSO WATCH | Narendra Modi arrives for the first parliament session of 17th Lok SabhaFor the latest World Cup news, live scores and fixtures for World Cup 2019, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for World Cup news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySnigdha Choudhury Nextlast_img read more

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