Gates open for Hunters and Seagulls game

first_imgPeople have been lining up as early as 11am wanting to get in early and get a good seat. The gates opened at 11:44am.Thousands more are standing in line, braving the heat and eager to get in.Police and Korry Security Services along with volunteers are out in full force to ensure there is no trouble carrying out thorough checks at the gates.The game will kick off at 2:30pm.last_img

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Breast cancer awareness walk held

first_imgIn an effort to add its voice to promoting cancer awareness, Nestlé Svelty hosted the Pink Ribbon Walk in Georgetown on Sunday morning.The walk was organised to raise awareness on breast cancer and to raise funds for cancer treatment in Guyana. Participants assembled at the Everest Cricket Ground, Carifesta Avenue, thereafter proceeding along Camp Street, into North Road, then Avenue of the Republic and finally back to the Everest Ground where a health fair was held.At the assembly point, many participants signed words of encouragement for those who are affected by the disease. “Don’t give up, the beginning is always the hardest,” one participant named Stacy wrote, while another said “Walk the walk”, indicating that those who are suffering need not give up.Junior Public Health Minister, Dr Karen Cummings, who was invited to speak at the event, reminded that based on a 10-year reportCancer awareness: Nestlé Svelty hosted the Pink Ribbon Walk in Georgetown on Sunday morningconducted between 2003and 2013, breast cancer was the leading cause of cancer in Guyana.“This Pink Ribbon Walk is a very timely intervention and it will do much to highlight the seriousness of this condition,” the Junior Health Minister noted. She added that the initiatives undertaken by the advocacy group will aid in educating women on how to conduct self-examination.Dr Cummings, while thanking the organisation for its work, pointed out that the Health Ministry was ready to undertake more collaborative efforts to “better the lives of citizens”.Meanwhile, Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge, who was also present at the event, noted that he was pleased to see the diversity of persons involved, with various nationalities and the young among others in attendance. He also encouraged early screening.last_img read more

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“I Will Contest in 2017”

first_imgNimba County former Assistant Superintendent for Development, Teeko Tozay Yorlay, has announced that he will contest for the representative seat of the county’s Electoral District #3 during the upcoming 2017 presidential and legislative elections. The district is currently represented by Samuel Z. Woleh, who suffered a stroke in 2006 and was rushed to a hospital in Ghana, but his condition, according to a family source, has not fully improved since he returned to Liberia. Addressing a gathering in Gbehlay-Geh District, Yorlay, who is also a former Assistant Youth and Sports Minister, pleaded for their support, saying, “our district is experiencing representation paralysis and needs some serious attention. “Therefore, I avail myself to take our district forward as it is certainly underrepresented now. Trust me, with your support leading to my ascendancy, underrepresentation of our district will be history for good,” he told locals amid protracted applause and traditional singing. He pleaded with the electorate to support his candidacy, adding, “I need the support of all and not some of our people. But this being a democratic process, I need just the majority of your votes.” “I am glad to say that my visit to Gbehlay-Geh District to inform the people that I will be contesting for the seat of representative of our district was a success because of the turnout of people and taking into consideration my personal interactions with some of you,” he told a cross-section of the residents. He said during his tour, he visited all the towns in Gbehlay-Geh including Kialay, where he was born, Gbeh-Yonlay Town, home of the incumbent, Sarkorlay Town, and many other places where he maintained that the reception and the declaration of support for him were overwhelming. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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DCI-Liberia, RHRAP to Provide 225 Scholarships to Ebola Orphans

first_imgThe Defense for Children International (DCI-Liberia), in partnership with Rural Human Rights Activist Program (RHRAP), has promised to provide at least 225 scholarships to Ebola- affected children. DCI-Liberia seeks to promote a peacefuland cohesive environment for children’s survival and protection. DCI-Liberia Director, Attorney Foday M. Kawah said his organization, through the coalition, is also providing an undisclosed amount of funds as livelihood grants for 700 households in five of the 15 counties. The entire program, including social reintegration, hygiene and education support projects, will cost about US$150,000. At a press conference in Monrovia last week, Atty. Kawah said the scholarships will target students affected directly or indirectly by Ebola virus disease (EVD) including Ebola orphans who lost at least one parent. The counties to be covered so far are Bomi, Cape Mount, Gbarpolu, Margibi and Montserrado. The social integration package includes the provision of school fees, uniforms and school supplies for the 225 school children.“As we speak, there are new cases (of Ebola) that have emerged in Margibi County and robbed Liberia of being qualified as an Ebola-free country. We have embarked on the provision of hygiene kits to 40 schools where children are the most vulnerable,” he said. He added that his entity was taking the new cases seriously and considering them as a challenge “because one outbreak could lead to a resurgence of the epidemic.”DCI-Liberia program director Robert Konneh said the organization will take up to three months to roll out fully all the programs being promoted in the five counties. “The livelihood grant targets elderly men and women heading households that have been made vulnerable as the result of the EVD and other homes that took in EVD-affected children but lack the means to fully provide for them,” he explained.People who have suffered discrimination will also benefit. RHRAP Director Lorma Baysah said the social integration package program, which was previously planned for child survivors and vulnerable households, will be conducted alongside of the EVD preventative campaign in the rural areas. “It is frustrating to hear that new cases have emerged and we are going to galvanize all resources to ensure that we engage the process along with the social reintegration programs for the already identified beneficiaries,” he said. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Kent isn’t retiring type, yet

first_imgLast year, the seats were a pale yellow color. Infielders routinely lost the path of the ball after it left the pitcher’s hand because it blended into the scenery. “I think they’re going to go to kind of a teal green,” Garciaparra said. “They asked me about it, and that was great of them to do that. The organization listened to what we were saying. They wanted to do it right.” Dodgers spokesperson Camille Johnston wouldn’t confirm the new color or even say the seats are being replaced. But she did say simply, “We’re looking into it.” tony.jackson@dailynews.com (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Kent then covered his bets by seeming to suggest he will return in 2008. Kent, the last Dodgers player to report to spring training, said after an injury-plagued 2006 in which he twice went on the disabled list, he began looking forward to the next season earlier than ever. “By December, I was ready to play baseball,” Kent said. In other words, the notoriously dour Kent, who has ridden his admittedly indifferent attitude toward the game to what probably is a Hall of Fame career, has a new attitude now that his bothersome left oblique finally has healed properly. He was smiling broadly as he entered the Dodgers clubhouse and shaking hands with teammates along the way. Last spring, Kent signed a one-year, $11.5 million extension that will kick in this season. At the time, he was asked if it would be his final pro contract. He didn’t really answer definitely then, either. But the complicated deal carries a $7 million club option for next season, with a $500,000 buyout, or a $9 million vesting option if he has 550 plate appearances. And if Kent has that many plate appearances, it will mean he was reasonably healthy, which might motivate him to return in 2008. Kent now admits the oblique strain, which landed him on the disabled list from July 18 to Aug. 7, continued to bother him for the rest of the season. It clearly played a major role in the fact he hit just 14 home runs, his lowest single-season total in a decade. But Dodgers strength and conditioning coach Doug Jarrow visited Kent last fall at his Austin, Texas, home and left him with specific instructions for a new workout program geared toward those muscles. Dodgers first baseman Nomar Garciaparra said club officials have told him there is a plan to change the color of the Dodger Stadium dugout club seats behind home plate in an attempt to prevent injuries and unnecessary fielding errors. center_img VERO BEACH, Fla. – Dodgers second baseman Jeff Kent said Wednesday he has yet to decide whether he will retire after the upcoming season. He also said he doesn’t know when he will make that decision and until he does, he has no interest in discussing it. “Last year, I talked about that a lot,” Kent said. “This year, I won’t, and maybe that is a tell-tale sign that it might be (the last year).” last_img read more

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MISSING CHILD FOUND SAFE IN INISHOWEN

first_imgAn alert has been called off after a missing child was found safe and well in Greencastle.It is understood the four year old child wandered off from its home.The child was found a short time ago and is safe and well. MISSING CHILD FOUND SAFE IN INISHOWEN was last modified: October 1st, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:missingMovielast_img

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Crows Use Tools in Sequence

first_img51; Watch a one-minute video clip on the BBC News.  A New Caledonian crow in New Zealand figures out how to use three tools in sequence to get at food that is out of reach.  This amazing display of animal intelligence surprised researchers at the University of Auckland who already knew about the legendary problem-solving behavior of corvids, a group that includes crows, rooks and ravens (see 08/11/2009, “Crow Fulfills Aesop Story”).    The article said, “The crows, which use tools in the wild, have also shown other problem-solving behaviour, but this find suggests they are more innovative than was thought.”  They can even whittle branches into hooks and tear leaves into barbs to reach hard-to-get food.  Until recently, scientists had thought these tool-making skills were restricted to primates.  The article continues, saying that primate mammals now have rivals in tool-making with these birds.  “Experiments have shown that the birds can craft new tools out of unfamiliar materials, as well as use a number of tools in succession.”  The lead author of the paper in PNAS about the experiments said, “Finding that the crows could solve the problem even when they had to innovate two behaviours was incredibly surprising.”    These observations raise questions about the interpretation of tool use as a measure of intelligence.  Even octopi have been seen “using halved coconut shells as tools, by scooping them from the seabed, galloping off with them and then later using them as a shelter” (see 12/16/2009, bullet 1).  But does this differ in extent or in kind from the work of a hermit crab, or a diatom, or of bees in building a honeycomb? When the crow makes a space shuttle to build a space station, we will really take notice.  It’s great fun to watch smart animals, but there is really no comparison, even with chimpanzees.  Think about the tools we take for granted: elevators, automobiles, cell phones, video games, Facebook – these are all light-years beyond pulling a nut out of a cage with a stick.  All things being equal, if we were stuck with beaks and wings, we would probably have computers with peckboards by now and ten thousand ways of interpreting inflections of the word caw.    In a real sense, all living things display intelligence, in that they use coded information to direct energy for functional work.  This makes sense if the intelligence is derived intelligence from a higher intelligence.  Whether in crows, or conch shells, or bacteria, or dolphins, or humans, that intelligence is parcelled out, or programmed, in each organism appropriate to its needs and purposes.  This top-down view of intelligence is natural to us; we build intelligence into our own robots.  The movies are filled with ideal stories of building a robot with the magical something, that sentience, that would make it like us.  Why would we not be the sentient creations of a creative intelligence?  But accounting for the “emergence” of intelligence from the bottom up, on the other hand, begets a thicket of philosophical problems – not the least of which is how one could ever know that is true.    Man is the only living being who makes tools to make other tools.  Only man can think abstractly and communicate instructions for making tools verbally, using language, with complex syntax and semantics, to another person who can understand those instructions and carry them out.  Only humans manipulate symbols and mathematical calculations in their minds; humans can envision a product through a complex series of steps, and organize all the materials, with teamwork as required, to bring it to fruition (04/17/2010).  Humans have the upright posture and complex hands to grip things tightly or manipulate fine objects for tool use.  Only humans consider the use of tools for other than bodily needs, like charity or the arts.  Only humans feel guilt, wonder, curiosity about eternity, a need for understanding, a need for significance.  The makeup of our bodies, our brains, our minds, our eyes, our hands, our ears, our faces, our speaking apparatus, our songs, our emotions, and the immaterial selves of which we are each aware, even as our cells recycle themselves throughout our lives – all these observations make sense if we are truly designed for a relationship with our Maker.  It all started there: with intelligence, communication, and personhood: in the beginning was the Word.(Visited 15 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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Open-Cell Foam Beats Closed-Cell Foam

first_imgBy Jim ColerWhen shopping for spray foam insulation, many builders and homeowners are uncertain whether to choose an open-cell product or a closed-cell product. In my opinion, the choice is clear: for above-grade residential applications, the best choice is usually open-cell foam. In most cases, open-cell foam will be more economical, more flexible, and more forgiving with moisture than closed-cell foam.Open-cell spray foam is often called “half-pound foam,” a reference to its usual density of 0.5 lb. per cubic foot. (The range of densities for open-cell foam actually extends from 0.5 up to 1.7 lb. per cubic foot.)Open-cell foam was first introduced to the market in 1986 by Icynene. At that time, all of the available spray foam products on the market were closed-cell foams. Since about 2003, however, many manufacturers have been marketing both open-cell and closed-cell foams.More volume from the same weightAlthough closed-cell foams claim to add structural rigidity to a building, the structural contribution is not necessary. In fact, most structural calculations are based only on the strength of the wood or structural members, excluding any contribution from spray foam.The weight of the raw materials required for open-cell foam is less than for closed-cell foam of the same R-value. As long as you have the cavity thickness to add more insulation depth, open-cell foam will cost less per job and per R-value measurement.Closed-cell foam is between 3.4 and 4 times more dense than open-cell foam, so a barrel of open-cell foam fills 3 to 4 times the volume as a barrel of closed-cell foam. The R-value of open-cell foam is between R-3.5 and R-4 per inch, while most closed-cell foams are R-6 to R-7.1 per inch. Since open-cell foam uses one-third the material to produce a product which is more than half the R-value, open-cell foam is more economical than the same R-value of closed-cell foam.It’s Vapor-PermeableOpen-cell and closed-cell foams are air barriers. But open-cell foam will absorb and release moisture vapor more freely than closed-cell foam — which is a good thing. This means it will perform much like wood. Open-cell foam is compatible with wood construction; both materials are air barriers that can absorb and release moisture.Closed-cell foam, on the other hand, blocks most of the moisture and tends to drive it to the wood studs or rafters. This can cause the wood to expand and contract more than it does with open-cell foam. Open-cell foam provides more moisture-permeable surface area for excess moisture to absorb into and dry out of; that means the areas are less likely to become moisture-saturated if the moisture within the building is within control. Open-cell foam acts as a moisture buffer; it helps maintain a more consistent moisture level within the building, which is healthy.But moisture in insulation is bad, right? Well — yes and no. Too much moisture in any material can cause issues. Too much moisture in wood may create an environment for mold and mildew. But foam has no food source for mold and blocks additional oxygen which is needed for mold to grow. This creates a more stable and healthier indoor air quality and environment.Environmental strengthsThere is an industry trend towards using soy oil or other bio-based oils in open-cell foam formulas. Open-cell foam uses a water-based blowing agent; in other words, water is used to cause the foam to expand. A water-blown foam is more stable and more environmentally friendly because it is a natural product. In contrast, most closed-cell foams use a hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) blowing agent. Although HFC blowing agents increase the R-value of foam, they offgas over time, causing the R-value to decrease. This slight added benefit does not outweigh the environmental effects that may be caused by the HFC. The more natural our raw materials, the safer the products.We are all obligated to do what’s right — what’s right for our health, for our finances, and for the environment. Open-cell foam helps us accomplish all of these with a great return on investment.To read another perspective on the issue, see “Closed-Cell Foam Beats Open-Cell Foam.”last_img read more

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A Long Delayed Net-Zero Community Nears A Restart

first_imgGround-source heat pumps at lower-than-expected pricesHouses will be heated and cooled with water-to-air ground-source heat pumps developed by Bosch. The units are very small by conventional standards, Klebl said, and that suited Geos houses where heating loads will be far below the norm. (Bosch says its i Series Model SV heat pumps have a rated capacity as low as a half-ton, the equivalent of 6,000 Btuh.)Conditioned air will be distributed by small-diameter energy recovery ventilator ducts.Ground-source heat pump systems are typically an expensive heating and cooling option, partly because of the cost of drilling wells or horizontal trenches for heat exchange tubing. However, Klebl said that he’s managed to reduce the cost by finding a well driller who gives him a volume discount (as little as $3,000 per bore). That made the ground-source heat pumps a more economical choice than ductless minisplit air-source heat pumps.“[Bosch] has made ground-source heat pumps economically viable,” he said. “I’ve calculated with minisplits for town houses and I’m absolutely cost equal. But my ground-source heat pump is twice as efficient, so the energy costs are half.”Because the heat pumps aren’t very big, they’re tucked in places that otherwise would be unused — such as the area beneath a staircase. The ERVs go in laundry rooms, and the heat-pump water heaters go in pantries or wine cellars, areas that need to be a little cooler than the rest of the house but still don’t require refrigeration.Klebl will try to hit the Passivhaus airtightness standard (0.6 air changes per hour at 50 pascals of depressurization), but energy modeling found that the high levels of insulation usually included in Passivhaus buildings weren’t cost-effective.His goal is to reduce energy consumption by 85% when compared to conventional construction.“My whole experience over the last three or four years was that there’s not much we can still invent in terms of new technology and new systems,” he said. “But we still have to spend a lot of time being very good at doing what we know already.” After years of delay, developers in a Denver suburb are planning to start work early this summer on what they’re calling the largest mixed-use net-zero energy community in the United States.When completed, the $100 million project, called Geos, will include 282 residential units and 12,000 square feet of office space on a 25-acre tract of underused industrial property in Arvada, a city of about 108,000 just to the northwest of Denver.Geos was headed for a 2009 start, but it was derailed by the collapse of the housing market, says project architect Michael Tavel. (GBA’s Richard Defendorf wrote about Geos in a 2009 news story.)Developer Norbert Klebl now has the bank financing to start. He’s currently seeking permits for streets and underground utilities and hopes to start that phase of construction by mid-June. The first phase of the project, consisting of 35 residential units and an office, should be underway later in the year and the first seven homes completed by early 2015, Klebl said in a telephone interview.The project will include a range of residential styles and sizes, including single-family homes, duplexes, and townhouses, in sizes from about 1,000 square feet to 2,600 square feet. Prices will range from $225,000 to $500,000.Klebl says there will be no traditional retail space in the complex, with the possible exception of a coffee shop. There’s a major shopping area four blocks away, so office space inside Geos will be devoted to such things as yoga studios, health offices, and other community services to which people would typically have to drive their cars.Depending on how the units sell, Tavel says, the Geos could be completely built out in the next two or three years. Houses are designed for low heating and cooling loadsAccording to Tavel, the strategy is to use passive solar heating and building orientation to reduce the heating loads by about one-third when compared with a conventional house design. The tight, well-insulated building envelope reduces heating loads by another third, he says. Finally, because houses will be somewhat smaller than the U.S. average, heating systems end up being about one-fifth normal size.A fact sheet posted at Tavel’s website says that houses will typically come with 5-kW photovoltaic arrays. The houses will be built with polyurethane structural insulated panels, and will have insulation values of R-50 in the roof, R-30 in the walls, and R-5 in the windows.Other features include a neighborhood trail system, composting areas, and a storm water management system that distributes rainwater to community gardens, private landscapes, and fruit-tree terraces.center_img Taking net-zero a step forwardKlebl thinks the real value of Geos will not be in building dozens of net-zero houses, but rather in making sustainable building work on a larger scale.“The real contribution to the American building industry from my point of view is not so much the mechanical system, which is an important building element, but to take basically sustainable building into a subdivision level,” he said. “We have a lot of publications and a lot of examples where people have built individual homes to be net zero, but they usually miss out on the opportunities which we have taken advantage of.”Other developers, for example, have approached Klebl to ask his advice. When he looks at subdivision layouts, he sees sunlight that could be used for passive solar gain blocked by poorly placed houses nearby. In cases like that, homes would need an extra 3 kW of solar panels in order to hit net-zero.Tavel put it this way: “I think the notable thing is the whole comprehensive approach to a resource-conserving neighborhood design with an emphasis on passive solar heating and cooling as well as an emphasis on a sustainable lifestyle. [Geos is] a compact, walkable urban neighborhood that incorporates many different kinds of sustainable strategies. Maybe it’s the quantity of strategies that is really unique.”last_img read more

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ScienceShot: Massive Undersea Volcano Is World’s Largest

first_imgA broad, 4-kilometer-tall feature on the seafloor about 1500 kilometers east of Japan is the world’s largest volcano, a new analysis suggests. At its tallest point, Tamu Massif (at lower left and center in main image; oblique view in inset) lies more than 2 km below the ocean’s surface. Unlike most volcanic seamounts, which are steep and typically no more than a few tens of kilometers across, the gently sloping Tamu Massif covers 310,000 square kilometers—about the same as the British Isles, or the base of Mars’s Olympus Mons, the solar system’s largest known volcano. (Its base is shown in dark purple at lower right, for comparison.) The massif’s slopes are exceptionally shallow, often less than 1°, thanks to lava that flowed freely before hardening. Researchers think the Tamu Massif is a single volcano because rock samples (labeled dots) have similar chemistry, and seismic surveys show that broad layers of rock emanate from the center of the feature. Today, Tamu Massif sits far from the edge of the Pacific tectonic plate and is presumed dead, but 145 million years ago the caldera plumbed the intersection of three tectonic plates, the researchers note today in Nature Geoscience. They haven’t finished dating rock samples drilled from the peak, but it’s possible that the entire seamount could have been formed in a million years or less.See more ScienceShots.Sign up for our daily newsletterGet more great content like this delivered right to you!Country *AfghanistanAland IslandsAlbaniaAlgeriaAndorraAngolaAnguillaAntarcticaAntigua and BarbudaArgentinaArmeniaArubaAustraliaAustriaAzerbaijanBahamasBahrainBangladeshBarbadosBelarusBelgiumBelizeBeninBermudaBhutanBolivia, Plurinational State ofBonaire, Sint Eustatius and SabaBosnia and HerzegovinaBotswanaBouvet IslandBrazilBritish Indian Ocean TerritoryBrunei DarussalamBulgariaBurkina FasoBurundiCambodiaCameroonCanadaCape VerdeCayman IslandsCentral African RepublicChadChileChinaChristmas IslandCocos (Keeling) IslandsColombiaComorosCongoCongo, The Democratic Republic of theCook IslandsCosta RicaCote D’IvoireCroatiaCubaCuraçaoCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkDjiboutiDominicaDominican RepublicEcuadorEgyptEl SalvadorEquatorial GuineaEritreaEstoniaEthiopiaFalkland Islands (Malvinas)Faroe IslandsFijiFinlandFranceFrench GuianaFrench PolynesiaFrench Southern TerritoriesGabonGambiaGeorgiaGermanyGhanaGibraltarGreeceGreenlandGrenadaGuadeloupeGuatemalaGuernseyGuineaGuinea-BissauGuyanaHaitiHeard Island and Mcdonald IslandsHoly See (Vatican City State)HondurasHong KongHungaryIcelandIndiaIndonesiaIran, Islamic Republic ofIraqIrelandIsle of ManIsraelItalyJamaicaJapanJerseyJordanKazakhstanKenyaKiribatiKorea, Democratic People’s Republic ofKorea, Republic ofKuwaitKyrgyzstanLao People’s Democratic RepublicLatviaLebanonLesothoLiberiaLibyan Arab JamahiriyaLiechtensteinLithuaniaLuxembourgMacaoMacedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic ofMadagascarMalawiMalaysiaMaldivesMaliMaltaMartiniqueMauritaniaMauritiusMayotteMexicoMoldova, Republic ofMonacoMongoliaMontenegroMontserratMoroccoMozambiqueMyanmarNamibiaNauruNepalNetherlandsNew CaledoniaNew ZealandNicaraguaNigerNigeriaNiueNorfolk IslandNorwayOmanPakistanPalestinianPanamaPapua New GuineaParaguayPeruPhilippinesPitcairnPolandPortugalQatarReunionRomaniaRussian FederationRWANDASaint Barthélemy Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da CunhaSaint Kitts and NevisSaint LuciaSaint Martin (French part)Saint Pierre and MiquelonSaint Vincent and the GrenadinesSamoaSan MarinoSao Tome and PrincipeSaudi ArabiaSenegalSerbiaSeychellesSierra LeoneSingaporeSint Maarten (Dutch part)SlovakiaSloveniaSolomon IslandsSomaliaSouth AfricaSouth Georgia and the South Sandwich IslandsSouth SudanSpainSri LankaSudanSurinameSvalbard and Jan MayenSwazilandSwedenSwitzerlandSyrian Arab RepublicTaiwanTajikistanTanzania, United Republic ofThailandTimor-LesteTogoTokelauTongaTrinidad and TobagoTunisiaTurkeyTurkmenistanTurks and Caicos IslandsTuvaluUgandaUkraineUnited Arab EmiratesUnited KingdomUnited StatesUruguayUzbekistanVanuatuVenezuela, Bolivarian Republic ofVietnamVirgin Islands, BritishWallis and FutunaWestern SaharaYemenZambiaZimbabweI also wish to receive emails from AAAS/Science and Science advertisers, including information on products, services and special offers which may include but are not limited to news, careers information & upcoming events.Required fields are included by an asterisk(*)last_img read more

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