NewsSeminar on support and advocacy for older peopleBy Rose Rushe – November 10, 2014 549 There is a confidential listing line on LoCall 1850 440 444 to help the aged with issuesTHE Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Bill 2013 will strengthen the rights of older people by ensuring that there is a presumption of capacity for older people to make decisions unless the contrary can be shown.Sage – Support and Advocacy Service for Older People will be holding a briefing seminar in Kilmurry Lodge, Dublin Road, Castletroy this Tuesday November 11 from 10am to 12noon to outline the planned legislation and its likely implications for older people and care providers.To book a place contact [email protected] Mary-Louise O’Donnell is playing a prominent role in the briefing linked to a recruitment drive for volunteer advocates and supported by sports commentator Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh.Limerick is one of the priority areas for development of the service. A FETAC accredited training programme will be provided for volunteers along with ongoing support and supervision from core paid staff and other experienced Sage Representatives. Closing date for applications is Friday November 21 and training begins in January 2015. Refer on to www.sage.thirdageireland.ie/recruitment Email Twitter Linkedin Print Advertisement Facebook Previous articleDolores O’Riordan arrested at Shannon AirportNext articleFidget Feet’s spectacular with ICO Rose Rushehttp://www.limerickpost.ieCommercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post WhatsApp
Facebook TAGS WhatsApp Previous articleAECOM named one of the World’s Most Ethical CompaniesNext articleCaisson Biotech, LLC and Heparinex, LLC Announce Positive Examination Report of European Patent and the Discovery of a New Class of Sugar Polymers Digital AIM Web Support Pinterest Local NewsBusiness By Digital AIM Web Support – February 23, 2021 WhatsApp Pinterest SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Sutro Biopharma, Inc. (NASDAQ: STRO), a clinical-stage drug discovery, development and manufacturing company focused on the application of precise protein engineering and rational design to create next-generation cancer and autoimmune therapeutics, today announced that Bill Newell, Chief Executive Officer, will participate in the Ovarian Cancer Panel discussion at the Cowen 41st Annual Healthcare Conference on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, at 12:50 p.m. ET / 9:50 a.m. PT and, along with members of Sutro’s senior management team, will conduct one-on-one meetings with members of the investment community. The Ovarian Cancer Panel will stream live on the Cowen conference website. About Sutro Biopharma Sutro Biopharma, Inc., located in South San Francisco, is a clinical-stage drug discovery, development and manufacturing company. Using precise protein engineering and rational design, Sutro is advancing next-generation oncology therapeutics. Sutro’s proprietary and integrated cell-free protein synthesis platform XpressCF® and site-specific conjugation platform XpressCF+™ led to the discovery of STRO-001 and STRO-002, Sutro’s first two internally-developed ADCs. STRO-001 is a CD74-targeting ADC currently being investigated in a Phase 1 clinical trial of patients with advanced B-cell malignancies, including multiple myeloma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. STRO-001 was granted Orphan Drug Designation by the FDA for multiple myeloma in October 2018. STRO-002 is a folate receptor alpha (FolRα)-targeting ADC, currently being investigated in a Phase 1 clinical trial of patients with ovarian and endometrial cancers. This is the second product candidate to be evaluated in clinical trials resulting from Sutro’s XpressCF® and XpressCF+™ technology platforms. A third program, CC-99712 (BCMA-targeting ADC), which is part of Sutro’s collaboration with Bristol Myers Squibb (formerly Celgene Corporation), is enrolling patients for its Phase 1 clinical trial of patients with multiple myeloma. Sutro’s proprietary technology was responsible for the discovery and manufacturing of CC-99712, for which Bristol Myers Squibb has worldwide development and commercialization rights. Sutro is entitled to development and regulatory milestone payments and tiered royalties from Bristol Myers Squibb for this BCMA ADC. Sutro is dedicated to transforming the lives of cancer patients by creating medicines with improved therapeutic profiles for areas of unmet need. To date, Sutro’s platform has led to cytokine-based immuno-oncology therapies, ADCs, vaccines and bispecific antibodies directed at precedented targets in clinical indications where the current standard of care is suboptimal. The platform allows it to accelerate discovery and development of potential first-in-class and best-in-class molecules through rapid and systematic evaluation of protein structure-activity relationships to create optimized homogeneous product candidates. In addition to developing its own oncology pipeline, Sutro is collaborating with select pharmaceutical and biotech companies to discover and develop novel, next-generation therapeutics. As the pace of clinical development accelerates, Sutro and its partners are developing therapeutics designed to more efficiently kill tumors without harming healthy cells. Investor Contacts Annie J. Chang Sutro Biopharma (650) 801-5728 [email protected] Media Contacts Maggie Beller Russo Partners (646) 942-5631 [email protected] View original content: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sutro-biopharma-to-participate-in-the-cowen-41st-annual-healthcare-conference-301233221.html SOURCE Sutro Biopharma Twitter Sutro Biopharma to Participate in the Cowen 41st Annual Healthcare Conference Facebook Twitter
News Twitter Twitter Pinterest Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Google+ 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today Previous articleOver 2,000 Donegal students receiving Leaving Cert results todayNext articleHarvey welcomes progress on Trusk Road footpath News Highland Google+ Pinterest By News Highland – August 15, 2012 Facebook O’Domhnaill says DCA cuts are hitting the most vulnerable in Donegal WhatsApp NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Donegal Senator Brian Ó Domhnaill claims the Government’ review of the Domiciliary Care Allowance has again targeted the families most in need of assistance.The Government instigated a review of the DCA towards the end of last year, which resulted in over half of the children with autism and severe intellectual disabilities losing their payments without warning.Senator O’Domhnaill says the Government has refused to listen to families affected by the DCA cuts and parents have had no input into changes in the system……….[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/brianam.mp3[/podcast] Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook WhatsApp
Top Stories’How Can We Direct Creation Of Funds? Let The BCI Decide’ : SC On Plea For Financial Aid For Lawyers During Lockdown Nilashish Chaudhary30 April 2020 12:06 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Thursday refused to entertain a plea seeking directions to the Bar Council of India (BCI) to create financial emergency funds for practicing lawyers who have no means of income in wake of the nationwide lockdown.Saying that it was the BCI’s prerogative to take a call on providing financial aid, the bench comprising Justices NV Ramana, SK Kaul and BR Gavai disposed off…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court on Thursday refused to entertain a plea seeking directions to the Bar Council of India (BCI) to create financial emergency funds for practicing lawyers who have no means of income in wake of the nationwide lockdown.Saying that it was the BCI’s prerogative to take a call on providing financial aid, the bench comprising Justices NV Ramana, SK Kaul and BR Gavai disposed off the matter after asking the petitioner to approach the BCI.”How can we direct creation of funds? We can’t create a special category for layers when unfortunately the whole country is facing a difficult situation. Let the BCI decide”, the Court said.The Bench further noted that all people were without work, where the whole country is facing a ‘difficult situation’. The Bar Council has a role to play during the pandemic, added the Bench, but the Court cannot create a separate category for lawyers.”All persons are without work. Architects are without work, others are without work. This is something for the BCI to consider. How can we create a special category for lawyers?”, said Justice Kaul. “BCI has a role to play during this pandemic. If an individual lawyer is in distress they help. This is a disease which affects the country as a whole of which lawyers are a part”, he added.The petitioner, advocate Pawan Prakash Pathak, appeared in person and highlighted the grievance of independent lawyers who have been left with no source of income. Affixing responsibility on the BCI to look after the well-being of advocates, Pathak submitted that the Top Court could direct Body to take action in furtherance of lawyers’ statutory rights under the Advocates Act 1961.”We have written to the Bar Councils…BCI has to look after the interests and privileges of the advocates…Lawyers have a statutory right under the Advocates Act. This Court can direct BCI to take action”, he submitted.The bench, however, disagreed with the submission and reiterated that the petitioner must take their grievance to the BCI.”We have no funds to give to you. It’s for the bar councils to take action. We cannot tell the bar council…How can this be part of a direction under Article 32? It is for the Bar Council to take a call…approach BCI.”Certain Bar Councils such as Jharkhand and West Bengal have already taken up this issue. Justice Ramana referred to the same and stated that some Bar Councils have taken up the issue of funding independent lawyers in distress, indicating that the Court had no role to play in the same.Next Story
Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter By News Highland – March 30, 2020 Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest Previous articleThree more NW COVID-19 patients have diedNext articleDonegal County Council closes all buildings to the public News Highland Twitter Google+ Google+ Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic AudioHomepage BannerNews The death toll from COVID-19 in the Republic has risen to 46, with 10 more deaths reported last evening. Three of those were in the North West.200 new cases were confirmed, bringing the national total to 2,615, 24 of them in Donegal.45 per cent of business leaders are fearful of the lasting impact of Covid-19 on their mental health and survival in business.Today’s survey by recruitment firm Osborne also shows 93 per cent of managers are supportive of the government’s actions during the crisis.It’s reported that nurses in Northern Ireland are spending their own money on personal protective equipment.There are now 410 cases of the coronavirus North of the border, after 86 new cases and six more deaths yesterday.The deputy first minister, Michelle O’Neill, says a shortage of PPE is a major issue……..Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/06oneill-north.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. NI nurses spending their own money on PPE – O’Neill Community Enhancement Programme open for applications
Google(NEW YORK) — New York City authorities have identified a man and women believed to be the snipers taking shots at a high-rise Upper East Side apartment building from across the East River, an NYPD source told ABC News.Police are close to arresting the pair seen in surveillance video taken on Roosevelt Island near the possible sight of the shooting, the police source said.Residents of One East River Place, a luxury residence, have been waiting for police to make an arrest after the building had been hit with multiple shots in the days before.The first incident happened in the middle of the night on Aug. 16, ABC New York station WABC reported. A resident on the 14th floor had woken up to find shattered glass in the living room.On Saturday, an apartment on the 32nd floor was hit, according to WABC-TV. A building worker who heard the gunfire called 911 after the shooting.“I think I heard five shots, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang,” one resident told WABC-TV.No one was hurt in either incident.The shots appeared to be coming from the rooftop of 30 River Road on Roosevelt Island, a police source told ABC News earlier this week.Detectives believe that the distance between the buildings is short enough for a handgun to have been used, the police source said.The NYPD released surveillance video Thursday of the pair of suspects, whom are believed to be in the vicinity of the shooting at the same time the shots were fired on Saturday, WABC reported.Aerial footage taken by WABC-TV news choppers showed multiple windows boarded up on the 50-unit building.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Share via Shortlink Message* Full Name* Miki Naftali of Naftali Group and 470 Kent Avenue (Getty; Google Maps)Miki Naftali is moving forward with one of the largest residential construction projects of the pandemic era.The developer plans to build a pair of apartment buildings on the Williamsburg waterfront with more than 400 units, according to records filed with the city’s Department of Buildings.Plans call for two buildings reaching as tall as 22 stories at 480 and 490 Kent Avenue, with more than 485,000 square feet of space and 431 units between them. That would include about 20,000 square feet of commercial space across both buildings.Representatives for the Naftali Group did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Naftali went into contract to buy the site — one of the last large parcels left undeveloped along the Williamsburg waterfront — for about $180 million in early 2019. The developer closed on a portion of the site in May for about $100 million and is expected to finalize the rest of the deal at a later date.Read moreNY ain’t dead: Naftali, Seinfeld team up on billboardNaftali Group files plans for Upper East Side condoCoffee Talk with Miki Naftali Email Address* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink At the time of the closing, Naftali acknowledged the challenges posed by the then-nascent coronavirus pandemic, but said it hadn’t changed his resolve to move forward with the project.“We believe in the future of New York and are invested in this great city,” he said at the time. “While we recognize the difficult times that we are facing from the Covid-19 pandemic, New York City will come out of this crisis stronger and better than before — just as we have done in the past. Our long term plans reaffirm our views of the strong residential market here. These types of projects take years to design and develop and we look forward to completing and occupying 470 Kent when the market recovers.”Other developers have resolved to move forward with their projects as well.In May, David Bistricer landed a 386 million construction loan for his three-tower, 720-unit rental project in Greenpoint.Rockrose Development filed plans last year to build more than 600 units on the border of Fort Greene and Downtown Brooklyn.Contact Rich Bockmann TagsCommercial Real EstateDevelopmentnaftali groupWilliamsburg
A new climate model, HadGEM3 N96ORCA1, is presented that is part of the GC3.1 configuration of HadGEM3. N96ORCA1 has a horizontal resolution of ~135 km in the atmosphere and 1° in the ocean and requires an order of magnitude less computing power than its medium‐resolution counterpart, N216ORCA025, while retaining a high degree of performance traceability. Scientific performance is compared to both observations and the N216ORCA025 model. N96ORCA1 reproduces observed climate mean and variability almost as well as N216ORCA025. Patterns of biases are similar across the two models. In the northwest Atlantic, N96ORCA1 shows a cold surface bias of up to 6 K, typical of ocean models of this resolution. The strength of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (16 to 17 Sv) matches observations. In the Southern Ocean, a warm surface bias (up to 2 K) is smaller than in N216ORCA025 and linked to improved ocean circulation. Model El Niño/Southern Oscillation and Atlantic Multidecadal Variability are close to observations. Both the cold bias in the Northern Hemisphere (N96ORCA1) and the warm bias in the Southern Hemisphere (N216ORCA025) develop in the first few decades of the simulations. As in many comparable climate models, simulated interhemispheric gradients of top‐of‐atmosphere radiation are larger than observations suggest, with contributions from both hemispheres. HadGEM3 GC3.1 N96ORCA1 constitutes the physical core of the UK Earth System Model (UKESM1) and will be used extensively in the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project 6 (CMIP6), both as part of the UK Earth System Model and as a stand‐alone coupled climate model.
View post tag: Greek View post tag: Naval INS Godavari has successfully foiled a piracy attempt on a Greek ship MV Elinakos in the Gulf of Aden. Eight Somali pirates attempted to hijack the Greek ship in the early morning of 16 Jul.INS Godavari was escorting four other ships at the time in the Gulf of Aden, when she received the distress call. INS Godavari was quick to launch a helicopter to locate the skiff being used by the pirates. She subsequently launched marine commandos to board the pirate boat. On being approached by the naval boat, they dumped their arms, ammunition and other piracy triggers. A German naval ship, the Niedersachsen, also coordinated with Godavari in the operation. INS Godavari continued with her escort mission, on completion of the operation.INS Godavari has been deployed in anti-piracy escort operations in the Gulf of Aden since 25 May 11, and has safely escorted 219 ships of various countries since then. Last week, INS Godavari escorted a Pakistani ship, the MV Islamabad, with an all-Pakistani crew of 38. The Indian Navy has been deploying ships since 2008 in the Gulf of Aden for escorting merchant vessels and Indian Naval ships have escorted 1,665 ships successfully.[mappress]Source: indiannavy, July 20, 2011; View post tag: Godavari View post tag: attempt View post tag: Navy Share this article View post tag: Foils View post tag: successfully View post tag: piracy View post tag: News by topic Back to overview,Home naval-today INS Godavari Successfully Foils Piracy Attempt on Greek Ship View post tag: INS View post tag: ship INS Godavari Successfully Foils Piracy Attempt on Greek Ship July 20, 2011
OCPD members played holiday-themed physical education games such as “snowball fight” at their second annual holiday party for Ocean City Primary School students. The Ocean City Police Benevolent Association (OCPBA) hosted a daylong holiday party for the students of Ocean City Primary School on Tuesday (Dec. 22).Students greeted Santa who arrived at the holiday party via police car.Students came to school wearing their favorite pajamas. The party kicked off with Santa arriving at school in a police car. The students ate a pizza lunch. Policemen and women played games with the students at recess, and served them cookies and milk while they watched “The Polar Express.”“Our students (left) the day with memories they will never forget… They see our police as friends, heroes and, most important, partners. The OCPD helps us throughout the year on a daily basis to keep us safe, assist us, and educate our students on being safe. They are second to none,” Ocean City Primary School principal Cathy Smith said.This is the second consecutive year OCPBA has organized this event. Detective Bob Koob and Sergeant Steve Sullivan spearheaded the holiday party’s organization.“It’s a priority of ours to be in the schools throughout the year, and this is one of my unit’s favorite days of the year,” Sullivan said. The OCPBA gave each of the students and staff members of the school red tee shirts that show off the school’s mascot on the front and the OCPD police badge on the back. The shirts read “Partners in Safety.” They will be worn on Fridays to promote school unity and on field trips to help teachers keep track of students.