Freed-Hardeman University announces $ 100.5 million campaign

The first phase of the campaign raised over $ 83 million in cash and pledges over the past year and a half. HENDERSON, Tennessee., December 9, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Having celebrated its 150th anniversary last year, Freed-Hardeman University now look to the future. President of the FHU David …

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Towards the realization of magnetic megatesla

image: Illustration of a microtube implosion. Due to the hot electrons produced by the laser with energies of megaelectron volts, the cold ions from the surface of the inner wall implode towards the central axis. By pre-seeding uniform magnetic fields of the order of kilotesla, the Lorentz force induces a …

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Clinical Research Analyst Programmer job at UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON

Clinical Informatics Research Unit Site: Southampton General Hospital Salary: £ 31,406 to £ 38,587 per yearFull time, permanent Closing Date: Wednesday 05 January 2022 Interview date: Be confirmed Reference: 1629521CM We have an exciting opportunity for a dotnet programmer to undertake work to further develop an existing solution that we …

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Supercomputer predicts where Sunderland, Rotherham and Sheffield Wednesday will end up in League One promotion battle

The Black Cats are currently fifth in League One ahead of a busy Christmas season following a draw with Oxford United at the Stadium of Light on Saturday. Sunderland are two points away from the promotion spots, with Rotherham United and Wigan Athletic currently occupying the top two spots. But …

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ElectrifAi Showcases Pre-Built Machine Learning Models at AI Summit in New York

Provide fast and reliable machine learning business solutions. JERSEY CITY, NJ, December 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – ElectrifAi, a leading global company in prebuilt Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) models, today exhibits its pre-built ML models at the AI ​​Summit in New York. ElectrifAi (PRNewsfoto / ElectrifAi) …

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Programming languages: this old favorite is gaining popularity again

Microsoft’s C # has always been a popular language thanks to .NET developers, but this year it has seen a surge in popularity. Tiobe Software CEO Paul Jansen said C # is “by far the most likely candidate” to be named programming language of the year, given the language that …

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Supercomputer predicts where Southend United will end this season!

A SUPERCOMPUTER has predicted the remainder of the National League season and is backing Southend United to avoid relegation. At the top of the table, Chesterfield is set to win the title, leaving high-spenders Wrexham and Stockport to fight in the playoffs, according to the bettingexpert supercomputer. Notts County, Boreham …

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Jim Welsch, senior vice president of production and nuclear director of PG&E, retires

Paula Gerfen appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer Adam Peck Named Site Vice President, Diablo Canyon Power Plant SAN FRANCISCO, December 06, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – James [Jim] Mr. Welsch, Senior Vice President, Generation and Chief Nuclear Officer (CNO) of Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), informed the …

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ESPN networks dedicate nearly 20 hours of live studio coverage to college football qualifying selection day

Photos via ESPN Images ESPN networks will devote nearly 20 hours of live studio coverage to College Football Qualifier Selection Day, including the exclusive reveal of which teams will be part of the 2021 College Football Playoffs during the season. College Football Qualifying Selection Show Presented by AT&T 5G at …

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Supercomputer says Manchester United won’t qualify for Champions League

A Premier League supercomputer has predicted Manchester United will not qualify for the Champions League next season. Instead, he indicates that David Moyes’ West Ham will earn a top-four spot by three points, United in fifth. However, these FiveThirtyEight supercomputer predictions come before interim boss Ralf Rangnick takes over United …

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