Company brief: November 2021

Treat yourself to membership in the ASBMB Give a colleague, student or friend a full year of exceptional resources and rewarding experiences. Here’s how. New content available for members only Visit the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology’s collection of on-demand webinars. Learn about recent scientific discoveries, navigate the …

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George Floyd’s rallies fueled rise of ‘awakened’ religion, Archbishop Gomez says

George Floyd’s death in May 2020 was a wake-up call for the country, sparking new conversations – and widespread protests – about racism and the police. At the time, many religious leaders praised this work. Some even took to the streets with “Black Lives Matter” signs. However, 18 months later, …

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England confirm 2022 World Cup place with demolition of San Marino in 10 goals | 2022 World Cup qualifiers

It was a night when it was prudent to consult the record books early. What was England’s biggest victory? Because it was in real danger of being overhauled as Gareth Southgate’s side cut San Marino to shreds. Ultimately, the 13-0 victory over Ireland of 1882 would survive, but it was …

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Poland arrests 3 people in connection with an anti-Semitic demonstration | World news

By VANESSA GERA, Associated Press WARSAW, Poland (AP) – Three people were arrested in Poland in connection with an anti-Semitic protest last week in which far-right participants shouted “Death to the Jews!” », Declared Monday the Minister of the Interior of the country. The protest took place last Thursday, Poland’s …

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A crazy year ahead in New York politics

In Sunday’s City Watch episode on WBAI, award-winning columnist Ross Barkan and progressive political strategist Trip Yang detail the general election results and talk about what lies ahead next year. Rob Bennett / Mayor’s Office The next mayor faces both challenges and opportunities. New York Republicans turned back time last …

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