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Chenbro sees stable rise in orders from server clients

Taiwan's server chassis specialist Chenbro Micom continues to see a stable surge in customer orders for the second half of 2022 and is guardedly optimistic about its overall revenue results for the entire year, according to company president Corona C.....»»

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Apple sets new deadline for corporate employees to return to the office three days a week

After Apple employees began returning to in-person work in April of this year, the company paused the rollout of its plans due to cases of COVID-19 increasing again. On Monday, Apple set a new deadline for its corporate employees to return to the of.....»»

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Young people in Germany are more concerned about war and climate change than COVID

After more than two years of the COVID pandemic and six months of war in Ukraine, the question arises of how young people in Germany are dealing with the world's current challenges. It turns out that war and climate change are among the greatest conc.....»»

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Unpaid time off work rose 50% during pandemic

U.S. workers without paid leave lost out on an estimated $28 billion in wages during the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report......»»

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Exploring the mental health impacts of COVID on Australian teachers

La Trobe University research has revealed the mental health impacts of COVID on Australian teachers. The survey findings have been published in the journal Psychology in the Schools......»»

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Ransomware is back, healthcare sector most targeted

In Q2 2022, Kroll observed a 90% increase in the number of healthcare organizations targeted in comparison with Q1 2022, dropping the final nail in the coffin for the “truce” some criminal groups instituted earlier in the COVID-19 pandemic. Ranso.....»»

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How long will it take to understand long COVID?

Researchers have proposed a variety of theories to explain symptoms of COVID long-haulers. Enlarge (credit: niphon | Getty Images) Rachel Robles contracted COVID in March 2020. The 27-year-old data analyst has not gone a singl.....»»

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MacBook Pro workers being paid significant bonuses after riot back in May

After hundreds of MacBook Pro workers at a Quanta plant broke through barriers in protest of tough COVID-19 lockdown conditions, the company has indicated that it is now paying significant incentives in an attempt to retain enough staff. All in, the.....»»

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Mazda, stung by China"s COVID lockdowns, seeks parts elsewhere

The automaker's plans underscore the vulnerability of sprawling supply chains that have been tested by the pandemic and geopolitical tensions, casting uncertainty over businesses......»»

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When COVID finally came for me, meditating made a huge difference

When I finally contracted COVID-19 for the first time, earlier this summer, I deluded myself into thinking I could work through the first few days of illness. After all, I perceived my symptoms to be impressively mild. I'd experienced worse colds and.....»»

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What Is the New Langya Virus, and Should We Be Worried?

The Langya virus, which is related to the Nipah and Hendra viruses, has infected at least 35 people in China in the two years before 2021.....»»

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CDC no longer gently recommends COVID precautions most weren’t following anyway

Unvaccinated people no longer need to quarantine and physical distancing is de-emphasized. Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg | Getty Images) The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its pandemic guidance today, offer.....»»

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Transportation recovery after disasters: A collaborative university/community model

Transportation systems play a critical role in maintaining supply chains for effective post-disaster recovery. The March 2020 COVID-19 lockdowns coincided with a 5.7 magnitude earthquake in Salt Lake City, Utah, resulting in supply chain disruptions.....»»

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Strategies revealed for effective delivery of K-12 online education

North Carolina State University researchers released findings from an analysis of 284 different studies on the challenges and best practices for teaching K-12 classes online—an effort launched during the COVID-19 pandemic to help teachers and admin.....»»

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Chemistry lab students predict spread of COVID-19 with kinetics models

Chemist Jixin Chen looked at the rapid spread of COVID-19 early in the pandemic and saw a novel opportunity for his kinetics lab, where they study the rates of reactions......»»

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SARS-CoV-2 genomic recombination is uncommon but disproportionately occurs in spike protein region

An analysis of millions of SARS-CoV-2 genomes finds that recombination of the virus is uncommon, but when it occurs, it is most often in the spike protein region, the area which allows the virus to attach to and infect host cells......»»

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Bird behavior influenced by human activity during COVID-19 lockdowns

For humans, the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic were a stressful time, marked by fear, isolation, canceled plans and uncertainty. But for birds that inhabit developed areas of the Pacific Northwest, the reduction in noise and commotion from pande.....»»

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Scientists identify mechanism crucial for COVID-19 virus replication

A team led by UT Southwestern researchers has identified how SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, builds a structure called the RNA cap that's critical for successful viral replication. The finding, published in Nature, could lead to new strat.....»»

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What"s causing Australia"s egg shortage? A shift to free-range and short winter days

Australia is experiencing a national egg shortage. Prices are rising and supermarket stocks are patchy. Some cafes are reportedly serving breakfast with one egg instead of two. Supermarket giant Coles has reverted to COVID-19 conditions with a two-ca.....»»

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The mystery gene that helps mice survive virus infections

Researchers from UNSW Sydney have discovered that a particular transposable element, or jumping gene, in the genome has a profound effect on the immune response to virus infection......»»

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