Announces Closing of $65.2 Million Upsized Public Offering of Common Stock

AquaBounty Applied Sciences, Inc. (Nasdaq: AQB) (“AquaBounty” or “Firm”), a land-based aquaculture firm that uses technology to promote productivity and sustainability, at this very moment underwritten its previously underwritten Started closing the public. Offering the general public 10,028,000 shares of the firm’s comprehensive listing at a price of $6.50 per share, including the entire train… Read More »

Michael Coyle Joins Company as President and CEO Effective

iRhythm Applied Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:IRTC), a number one digital health care options firm targeted at the growth of cardiac care, as we speak as Kevin King retires as president and CEO on January 12, 2021. Mr. King will continue to serve as an advisor to iRhythm’s board of administrators and venture. Effective that date, Mike… Read More »

Warren Buffett’s right-hand man discussed the ‘frenzy’ in stocks

During a virtual interview conducted by the California Institute of Expertise on Monday, Charlie Munger outlined the potential dangers and important merits of the current “frenzy” in the stock market, unprecedented financial and financial growth. The 96-year-old alumnus, who serves as Warren Buffett’s right-hand man and Berkshire Hathaway’s vice president, also spoke about easier ways… Read More »

Inspires innovation in RDC engineering technology programs

“Engineering specialization schooling is, typically, three years of instruction compressed into a two-year intensive program at any of 4 specialization institutions and faculties within the province: NAIT; SAIT; Pink Deer School; and Lethbridge School,” the claim continues. “Of the 16,000 members of ASET, many are full-time college students.” Officials further state that Pink Deer School… Read More »

Encourage students to visit ‘technological marvel’ Atal Tunnel

The College Grant Fee (UGC) has requested universities and engineering faculties to share the details of the Atal Tunnel in Himachal Pradesh with college students and encourage them to visit the “technological marvel”. The commission directed that the students should follow the guidelines issued by the central as well as state governments during their journey… Read More »

Delhi must actively participate in new technology coalitions to secure

Because America formally declares Joe Biden the following president, an essential legacy of Donald Trump is likely to endure. It proposes that “like-minded international spaces” should come together collectively to address growing world challenges, along with a regime of increasingly applied science that can reshape relationships within and between societies. India historically relied on better… Read More »

New technology for quickly disinfecting rooms to be used

Hope Home Youngsters Hospice is now able to assist more seriously ill children as soon as new cutting-edge technology is used to disinfect. The charity has found it difficult to maintain its hospices during the pandemic, although Shrewsbury-based firm Choice-a-Skip has been able to purchase new ozone technology machines that can disinfect a room in… Read More »

Against vicious activism

Seven activists were sentenced last month to between 4 and 11 years in prison for running an intimidation campaign against animal-testing firm Huntingdon Life Sciences in Huntingdon, UK. Hopefully, these sentences will deter future UK activists from using similar tactics, which included threats, hoax bombs, character assassination and property destruction. Unfortunately, such tactics are increasingly… Read More »

No time for rhetoric

In a speech on 22 January, as he laid out his plans for a national strategy on science and innovation, French President Nicolas Sarkozy lambasted the country’s university system as “infancy” and “paralyzed for creativity and innovation”. . Sarkozy implied that the French researchers were awash with cushioned jobs, and were no match for their… Read More »

Collective responsibilities

The spread in China of unproven stem cell therapies for conditions such as epilepsy and spinal cord injuries has worried the country’s health officials. There is no clear evidence that these treatments work – nor that they are killing people. Of the thousands of patients treated in China and abroad, some feel they have been… Read More »