Global Health Care Waste Management Market 2020 Emerging Technologies, Opportunity Assessment, Projections and Future Opportunities by 2025

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Nov 04, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
Global Health Care Waste Management Market 2020 by Company, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 reveals the overview of the global industry, encompassing the latest industry data and industry future trends, allowing you to identify the products and end users responsible for revenue growth. The report illustrates the business current situation, regional analysis insights, key player profiles, global market share, and forecast up to 2025. The report presents a thorough overview of the number of significant segments. The study lists the leading competitors and also covers the insights strategic industry analysis of the key factors influencing the global Health Care Waste Management market.

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The report delivers a deep analysis of historical and future market scenarios to get an understanding of market competition. The report exhaustively

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Researchers find a new light responding behavior that may affect where corals live — ScienceDaily

Light is essential for the growth of reef-building corals. This is because corals grow by using the photosynthetic products of the algae living inside their cells as a source of nutrients. Therefore, the light environment of coral habitats are important for their survival.

A new study published in Scientific Reports shows that coral larvae swimming in seawater behave in such a manner so as to temporarily stop swimming due to reduced light, especially blue light. Researchers think that this behavior may play a role in determining where corals settle.

Corals can only move freely during the larval stage of their lives. Larvae that hatch from eggs are able to swim by moving the cilia on the surface of their bodies. After that, when the larva settles on the seabed and transforms into a sedentary form (called a “polyp”), it becomes immobile.

How the corals, whose growth requires light, select a

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White House taps mainstream climate scientist Betsy Weatherhead to run key report

Weatherhead, who has decades of experience as a climate scientist in the academic and private sectors, accepts human-induced climate change is happening and is a serious physical, ecological and economic threat.

Her appointment stands in sharp contrast to two recent high-level political hires at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), David Legates and Ryan Maue, who are on the record challenging the seriousness of climate change. It also is in contrast to the climate change views of President Trump, who downplays humans’ role in causing global warming, despite the scientific consensus on the topic.

Weatherhead’s appointment was verified by one current and one former senior official at NOAA. Both spoke on the condition of anonymity, because they were not authorized to speak on the matter.

Unlike several past climate assessment directors, she has not previously held a position in the federal government but has worked extensively with scientists and

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Twitter Clamped Down on Trump, but Army of Accounts Spread His Message

Hours before President Trump falsely claimed to supporters at the White House early on Wednesday that he had already won the presidential election, he prefaced his argument with a tweet. “We are up BIG, but they are trying to STEAL the Election,” he wrote.

Twitter clamped down on the statement, which lacked evidence, in about five minutes. The social media platform added a label saying the tweet contained disputed or misleading information, and largely blocked users from replying, liking or sharing it.

But that didn’t stop more than 750 other Twitter accounts from trying to amplify Mr. Trump’s claims with the exact same message.

“Everyone must tweet what @realDonaldTrump did before getting suppressed by Twitter,” all of the accounts posted, before sharing Mr. Trump’s message verbatim.

The accounts, which had at least 1.5 million combined followers, copied Mr. Trump’s claim into more than 1,000 of their own tweets that collectively

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Johnson Controls Launches New Tailored Service Offerings for Remote Building Management across Middle East and Africa

To address the needs of the Middle East & Africa market, the new unique service suite offers flexibility and brings digital capabilities to front line service delivery personnel and customers. These enhanced capabilities allow the remote monitoring and management of a comprehensive range of HVAC, controls and fire under any circumstances, including emergencies and during a pandemic. The new service suite is underpinned by significant investments in cybersecurity by Johnson Controls, which has earned the internationally recognized ISASecure® Secure Development Lifecycle Assurance certification for its product development practices.

“Touchless remote services, flexible infrastructure and focus on sustainability are developing needs in today’s rapidly changing market landscape” said Rolando Furlong vice president and general manager, Middle East and Africa, Johnson Controls. “Our enhanced comprehensive services will deliver superior value to our customers, optimizing operating costs and providing peace of mind.”

The New Flexible Service Suite, Driven by Artificial Intelligence:

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US Army’s tactical network modernization team requests industry pitches for future capabilities

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army’s Network Cross-Functional Team released a solicitation outlining capabilities it’s interested in acquiring as part of future tactical network tools.

The broad agency announcement was posted last week on beta.sam.gov. It lays out future research areas the Army’s tactical network modernization team made up of the NetworkCFT and Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical, wants to explore as part of future capability sets — new network tools it’s delivering every two years.

“The Network-CFT is focused on integration of tactical network efforts and ensures disciplined innovation as it works with speed and precision,” the announcement read. “The Network-CFT is conducting experimentations and demonstrations of proven joint and special operations solutions, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) technology, and Non-developmental items (NDIs) with operational units to inform future requirements.”

The tactical network modernization team is seeking technology that aligns with its four lines of effort for upgrading the network: unified network;

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VWO: Strong Outlook For Emerging Markets Due To Low Valuations And Political Risk. (NYSEARCA:VWO)

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Emerging Markets have been subpar investments since the early 2000s. Year after year, their currencies have declined against the U.S. dollar due to high external borrowing, difficulties competing with China for exports, and generally high inflation with low economic growth. As you can see below, the Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF (VWO) has underperformed the Vanguard FTSE Developed Markets ETF (VEA) by about 30% over the past decade:

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Looking at the lower chart, we can see that the bulk of this underperformance occurred during the 2012-2016 timeframe. During this time, Europe saw a considerable recovery while the price of commodities collapsed. This harmed many EM countries since most depend on commodity exports.

However, there is a sign of hope. This year, emerging markets have actually outperformed developed markets (excluding the U.S.) by about 10%. Of course, both are down on the year, but this is a

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Tricking fake news detectors with malicious user comments — ScienceDaily

Fake news detectors, which have been deployed by social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook to add warnings to misleading posts, have traditionally flagged online articles as false based on the story’s headline or content. However, recent approaches have considered other signals, such as network features and user engagements, in addition to the story’s content to boost their accuracies.

However, new research from a team at Penn State’s College of Information Sciences and Technology shows how these fake news detectors can be manipulated through user comments to flag true news as false and false news as true. This attack approach could give adversaries the ability to influence the detector’s assessment of the story even if they are not the story’s original author.

“Our model does not require the adversaries to modify the target article’s title or content,” explained Thai Le, lead author of the paper and doctoral student in the

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Committee waves Australian spectrum reform changes through

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The Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications handed down its report into the Radiocommunications Legislation Amendment (Reform and Modernisation) Bill 2020 on Wednesday, making a sole recommendation that the Bill be passed.

“The committee considers that it is of the utmost important [sic] that these Bills are passed as soon as practicable in order to ensure certainty for industry and to legislate long-awaited changes to the market,” the committee said in its report.

“The Bills are the products of a highly consultative process that represents a best-case example of considered, informed, and collaborative regulatory change.”

Despite concerns from industry and the public broadcasters that the Bills give the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) too much power for information gathering, which could potentially force the ABC and SBS to disclose commercially sensitive information related to future spectrum use, as well as calls from industry for the

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Satellites help archaeologists retrace travel routes of Bronze Age herders in China

Nov. 4 (UPI) — To retrace the ancient migration routes taken by Bronze Age herders in northwestern China, researchers turned to space.

Satellite images allowed researchers to map the distribution of archaeological evidence across the 640,000-square-mile autonomous region known as Xinjiang, according to a study published Wednesday in PLOS One.

Interviews with modern-day herders also helped researchers contextualize the data and model the ways ancient herders likely navigated the rugged terrain.

“This detailed model of how Bronze Age people capitalized on the resources in their environment helps greatly in understanding the prehistoric Silk Road,” lead author Peter Jia said in a news release.

“For example, our ethnographic studies — interviews with local herders — have explained why certain locations were and still are chosen throughout the seasons: for the presence of early and late grass, optimal grazing potential in summer, and the absence of snow cover in the winter,” said

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