Google launches a new portal for small businesses

To celebrate International Small Business Day, Google  today launched a new website that will suggest its products that seem like the best fit for a specific business. The Google for Small Business portal was announced today at the Grow with Google Learning Center in New York City, where the company offers a variety of workshops and classes. During a break […]

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Draft new education policy is robust, but has its limitations

NEW DELHI: At least 115,000 meetings and two committees later, India’s draft National Education Policy (NEP) was finally shared by the ministry of human resource development for public comment, and may soon become a policy. Notwithstanding the delay, the draft policy prepared by a team of nine experts led by space scientist Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan is perhaps […]

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New gun technology could distinguish between good guys, bad guys

ORLANDO, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) – Friend or foe? A local start-up is using new technology to help cops tell the difference between good guys and bad guys. They’re called “intelligent guns,” but the intelligent part is just one piece that clips onto the gun. Serious Simulations CEO and Founder Christopher Chambers says this little piece […]

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Brainstorm Health: Biogen Alzheimer’s Drug, CVS Meets CBD, New CRISPR Company

Good afternoon, readers. It was a sad day for biopharma. Yet again, an Alzheimer’s drug hopeful crashed and burned in critical late-stage clinical trials. The victim, this time, was biotech giant Biogen (alongside Japanese partner Eisai), which had placed a massive amount of time and money in a high-risk bet on experimental Alzheimer’s treatments. The companies announced on […]

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Mediation trumps business as Saudi Crown Prince heads to New Delhi

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s two-day trip to India was meant to be about business but a terror attack changed the plan. A suicide bombing on Thursday left 41 Indian soldiers dead in Kashmir, leading the Saudi delegation to calm the situation between India and Pakistan, two of its close allies. Prince Mohammed will arrive in New […]

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Researchers find new clues to control HIV

Identifying the T cells that attack HIV antigens sounds simple, but Brockman says three biological factors are critical to a T cell-mediated immune response. And all three are highly genetically diverse. Researchers find new clues to control HIV (Representational Image)  |  Photo Credit: Getty Images Washington D.C: An international team of researchers is harnessing the immune system […]

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New Orleans area Business Briefs for Jan. 27, 2019

Tax preparation available at SUNO Free tax preparation and financial advice are available at Southern University at New Orleans through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance/Tax Counseling for the Elderly program. The counseling center is in Room 114 of the SUNO Conference Center, 6400 Press Drive, New Orleans. The office is open from 10 a.m. to […]

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