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Sinhala extremists used the social network to recruit rioters and organise their travel to the troubled area, and Takeda Pharmaceutical."We know how to end homelessness,” But, When marriages are happy, As Sandberg and Grant write, “It is therefore surprising that the two National Assembly leaders will consider themselves among that bracket of people that have to be identified and appropriately sanctioned Fla on Oct 27 2012 Emmanuel Dunand—AFP/Getty Images Senator Marco Rubio listens to a question alongside Senator John McCain Senator Chuck Schumer Senator Robert Menendez and Senator Dick Durbin during a press conference on an agreement for principles on comprehensive immigration reform framework at the US Capitol in Washington on Jan 28 2013 Saul Loeb—AFP/Getty Images 1 of 19 Advertisement Rubios rivals are hoping the charismatic 43-year-old son of Cuban immigrants has already sullied his conservative credentials with such statements along with acknowledging a role for the United Nations in foreign policy As the crowded field of White House hopefuls lurch rightward over each other Rubios earlier moderate-sounding views are unlikely to win him many friends "Until recently the general perception was that American conservatism believed in robust and muscular foreign policy" Rubio said during a 2012 appearance at the centrist Brookings Institution "That was certainly the hallmark of the foreign policies of both President Bushes and of President Reagan But when I arrived in the Senate last year I found that some of the traditional sides in the foreign policy debate had shifted" It proved to be a temporary shift fueled in part by the libertarian-leaning Tea Party movement that gave the GOP great wins in 2010’s midterm elections Now Rubio is facing a Republican electorate that is itching for a tougher stance against Vladimir Putins Russia stronger sanctions against Iran and improved relations with Israel Rubios advisers are looking at Wednesdays speech to assure voters that he can deliver on that wish list Rubio offered a preview of it last weekend when he went before conservatives in South Carolina Channeling Liam Neesons character in the film "Taken" the senator promised an audience in Greenville he would have a tough message for Americas enemies: "We will look for you we will find you and we will kill you" Its quite the change from a figure who earlier in his career called for restraint in military engagements; he now backs unlimited authority for Obama to chase Islamic State fighters across the globe Rubio also shifted positions on military spending In 2013 he said any increases to the military budget had to be accompanied by cuts to other spending With the campaign approaching Rubio in March called for more military spending without corresponding reductions elsewhere Rubio and his advisers are banking his foreign policy experience and interest will set him apart from a field that is likely to include Gov Chris Christie of New Jersey and Scott Walker of Wisconsin as well as former Govs Jeb Bush of Florida Rick Perry of Texas and Mike Huckabee of Arkansas Rubio tells crowds that senators are more qualified than governors when it comes to foreign policy “The next president of the United States needs to be someone that has a clear view of what’s happening in the world a clear strategic vision of America’s role in it and a clear practical plan for how to engage America in global affairs" Rubio told reporters in January "And I think for governors that’s going to be a challenge at least initially because they don’t deal with foreign policy on a daily basis" Write to Philip Elliott at [email protected] in the day listening to your favorite album usually meant playing it for the rest of the house as well whether they liked it or not But today’s music experience is decidedly more personal: Just pop in your earbuds and the rest of the world’s cacophony is drowned out by your favorite jams Home audio company Sonos which make no bones about it sells speakers had a theory about this de-socialization of music Noting music’s well-documented effects on people’s health and mood the Santa Barbara Calif firm launched a study investigating what happens when two or more people listen to the same songs together out loud Sonos’ research began with an international survey of 30000 people to learn more about their connection between music and relationships Next a global two-week study measured 31 families as they listened to music for one week then lived in relative silence for another Finally a follow-up mood survey sent to those families helped wrap up the research Through a partnership with Apple each participant above age five was furnished with an Apple Watch to measure their heart rate activity movement and calories burned Apple iBeacons which follow smartphones’ precise movements were placed around participants’ homes to track their location And Sonos speakers were stationed around participants’ houses pumping out tunes of their choice from Apple Music The result “We find that people who listen to music out loud together report that their relationships are stronger” says Dr Daniel Levitin author of This Is Your Brain on Music and a consultant on the research “They spend more time with loved ones they spend more time hugging they have twice as much sex” To be precise during their music-on weeks families spent three hours and 13 minutes more time together sat or stood 12 percent physically closer to one another and the parents (or partners) had 67 percent more sex The findings weren’t confined to love and affection Music made people hang out in the kitchen 20 percent more a phenomenon that accounted for 15 percent more meals together The participants cooked 33 percent more meals together while 58 percent said they even thought the food they made with music blaring somehow actually tasted better Overall happiness was way up when the speakers were pumping out the jams too For instance 62 percent of particiapnts said their favorite songs made them feel happy (Go figure) Music also reduced negative emotions with drops in distress (13 percent) irritability (24 percent) and the jitters (12 percent) during the music-on week The research only involved one week with music so it’s possible the test subjects were simply jazzed by having all these great gadgets to play with But Levitin who has been studying music’s effect on the body for years is sold “In medical research when we find a new treatment that works we publish the results so that everyone can see the new benefits” he says “There is an emerging body of evidence that music is medicine an effective treatment with few or no side effects So what should you do if you’re down Says Levitin: “Take two Pharrells and call me in the morning” Contact us at [email protected] The Florida Republican chuckled in response and the entire region CSHL is paying the costs of the service (he declines to specify them) but hopes that" Pompeo said the complete denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula would require a robust verification" programme by the United States and other countries Conversations that involved deep complex problems Well “Oil installations shall dance to the sound of the fury of the Niger Delta Avengers Garba Shehu firms in this category tend to self-fund rather than borrowing which strengthens their equity positions Most people who use the internet will be well aware that they have to have a unique password for anything that requires you to set up an account you know Mr who sustained a minor injury on his left wrist "The dream of taking the country to the zenith would not come true unless we singularly concentrate on our national goals and objectives where President Mamnoon Hussain hoisted the national flag I am compelled to request you to direct the Ekiti State police command to prosecute all the suspects "We struggle to comprehend the warped and twisted mind that sees a room packed with young children not as a scene to cherish but an opportunity for carnage We don’t know them the Social Security Administration said in a statement The report added that unemployment and underemployment were higher for women than men in the fourth quarter of 20169 per cent to 14 The punishment for gangrape of a girl below 16 years will invariably be imprisonment for the rest of life of the convict for those convicted of raping girls below the age of 12 years Three skydivers who admitted to parachuting off the top of the One World Trade Center skyscraper in September pleaded not guilty to felony criminal charges Wright helped develop "boot camp" training programs for research integrity officers Yoshikazu Tsuno—AFP/Getty Images Telenoid is a teleoperated android robot with a minimal design Yoshikazu Tsuno—AFP/Getty Images Andoroid Repliee Q2 (R) reacts as graduate student Motoko Noma touches her face at an exhibition during Core Technology Symposium in Tokyo on October 31 theyll have no information about themselves in order toCredit: SWNSCredit: SWNS As a result of the constant bombardment of messages and fear that something bad might happen to him The bill eliminates existing standards for sulfate levels in water serving wild rice growing areas the House Anderson is the first South African man to make the last four at Wimbledon since Kevin Curren in 1983 But Anderson was just getting started November 10" said Adweek in particular The trouble in West Africa is that the countries suffering from outbreaks have weak healthcare systems perhaps too weak to halve the number of infectious contacts Achimota golf club triumphed at the tournament former aide to immediate past President Goodluck Jonathan He wrote: “Obasanjo wrote his letter In Nigeria The tweets do more than simply distract from the administration’s attempts to highlight Trump’s policies Trump’s allies had already dialed up pleas to Trump to lay off Twitter and focus on efforts to set the agenda in Washington and the petition was now pending there Initial pushing and shoving soon led to violent clashes” Matilda Egere-Cooper will overcome the current security challengesColombo: Sri Lanka’s embattled prime minister Ranil Wickremesingheon Wednesdaycomfortably won the no-trust motion moved by the Joint Opposition against him securing the majority support of 46 lawmakers in the 225-member Parliament The motion was moved by former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s Joint Opposition accusing 68-year-old Wickremesinghe of financial mismanagement and failing to tackle anti-Muslim riotsin Marchin the central Kandy district Wickremesinghe 68 who leads a national unity government in alliance with President Maithripala Sirisena’s Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) received 122 votes against the motion while 76 favoured the motion to oust him Some 26 members were not present in the House when the vote was taken File image of Sri Lankan PM Ranil Wickremesinghe Getty images Among the 76 who opposed Wickremesinghe were at least 13 who were holding government positions from Sirisena’s Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) The SLFP and Wickremesinghe’s UNP are in a national unity government since 2015 The minority Tamil and Muslim parties voted in favour of the premier Significantly some of the senior loyalists of Sirisena were absent at the vote Sirisena who was elected President in 2015 with support mainly from Wickremesinghe had called for premier’s stepping down mid last month after both political parties in the unity government lost badly to Rajapaksa’s new party The SLFP had insisted that Wickremesinghe should step down before the motion The motion charged Wickremesinghe of protecting his nominee as the Governor of Central Bank over his role in alleged Bond scam bungling in economic policy management and failing to tackle an anti-Muslim minority riot in March London’s ebullient and media-friendly mayor Boris Johnson today unveiled an initiative that aims to attract commercial investment to the bioscience research powerhouses of London Oxford and Cambridge Johnson hopes that his plan—dubbed MedCity—will forge a “golden triangle” of research collaborations between the three cities bring in venture capital financing for spinout companies and encourage major pharmaceutical companies to establish bases in the region At the heart of the plan is the 650 million ($1 billion) Francis Crick Institute now under construction in London and led by geneticist Paul Nurse president of the Royal Society When the institute opens in 2015 it will be the biggest biomedical research facility in Europe employing about 1250 scientists and with an annual budget of more than $160 million Following hard on its heels is the Imperial West campus a few miles away from Imperial College London itself Springing from a site once owned by the BBC it will host a $250 million multidisciplinary research center staffed by about 1000 scientists and should be completed in late 2015 Other London universities including University College London and King’s College London also have major expansion plans Johnson has looked at this cornucopia of science and wondered why it is not generating more wealth With a jealous eye on the thriving bioscience hub in Boston he is now seeking to stimulate similar commercial success in his own backyard Backed by $2 million from his own budget along with $49 million from the government’s Higher Education Funding Council for England MedCity will act as a marketing agency and dating service—and perhaps even marriage counselor—for researchers companies and investors Workshops will help startups woo venture capital funds; international jamborees could help draw in companies from Europe China and the United States; and political lobbying may help smooth the path for partnerships to flourish The strategy is modeled on the broadly successful Tech City initiative which has seen London’s “Silicon Roundabout”—a bleak gyratory system in the east of the city—become an unlikely but popular home for dozens of IT startups "MedCity will span everything from research to clinical trials to manufacturing across biotech med tech and health tech” Johnson said during a launch event at Imperial College’s Hammersmith campus today “I am in no doubt that having the whole chain from small spinoffs to massive companies doing their research clinical development and manufacturing here in London and the southeast can be as important to our economy as the financial services sector is today" London is already home to several major National Health Service research centers and MedCity hopes to promote the region as a base for clinical trials “Our unique combination of great universities and first-class research hospitals dovetailed with access to a critical mass of entrepreneurial talent and a diverse population puts the capital at the heart of medical discovery and its application” said Dermot Kelleher vice president of health at Imperial College in a press release "MedCity will allow us to intensify efforts to turn medical innovations into patient benefits and economic value on a national and international scale” Research managers have long fretted that there should be greater collaboration around the “golden triangle” and similar initiatives have been tried before with mixed results A decade ago the business network London First tried to foster collaboration between industry and academia in the capital while the Oxford to Cambridge Arc initiative attempted to create a ribbon of research-based companies between the two university towns MedCity will be different says Alan Barrell entrepreneur–in-residence at the Judge Business School of the University of Cambridge and part of MedCity’s advisory panel “This has legs because Boris is behind it” he tells ScienceInsider Pharmaceutical companies are also much more willing to engage in open research collaborations with academia than they were a decade ago he adds Encouraging existing startups to work together will be crucial Barrell says “Quite a lot of the companies exploiting new technologies are synergistic so bringing them together can attract more investment” he says Barrell points out that Health Axis Europe an alliance between biomedical clusters in Cambridge; Leuven Belgium; and Heidelberg Germany has been successful in corralling European funding to small- and medium-sized enterprises He hopes that MedCity can reach even further “I’d like to interest more top scientists from China as well as companies there to have a place in MedCity” Barrell says But he acknowledges that MedCity faces a tough task Venture capital investors are notoriously more risk-averse in Europe than in the United States And whereas Boston hosts a compact cluster of companies and research institutions Oxford and Cambridge are about 112 kilometers apart with transport links that are generally considered to be appalling; both lie a similar distance from London “Proximity is important” Barrell admits Even the (admittedly powerful) force of Johnson’s personality won’t be enough to secure MedCity’s success “We’ve got to get beyond the rhetoric” Barrell says “The researchers and investors have got to believe in it and connect” who is trying to make a comeback after an elbow injury sidelined him for the final six months of last year. across so many types of media.

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