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"university oxford" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:09 min | 2 months ago

"university oxford" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sent out surveys this month not thousands of molecular biology labs four thousand researchers responded and all of those about sixteen hundred said they had the equipment needed to run the test but we're not doing any testing only a hundred thirty labs are running tests to detect over nineteen while the world is waiting a vaccine to stop the virus the laboratory in the lead appears to be the one at Oxford university Oxford has scheduled test of this new coronavirus vaccine involving more than six thousand people by the end of next month hoping to show that not only is it safe but that it also works with an emergency approval from regulators the first few million doses of the vaccine could be available by September at NBC news radio's Mike Bauer the world's leading infectious disease expert is learning about possible deadly effective contracting the corona virus Dr Anthony Fauci says health officials are seeing new developments in autopsies from deaths of coronavirus then when you look within the other thing called micro thrown by which means platelets aggregating thrombus is form when that happens the diffusion of oxygen back and forth to the blood doesn't work he says this is something that help official should pursue there is treatment he says for that diagnosis but it's quote above and beyond simply just reading the virus meat processing plants keeping their lights on president trump signed an executive order forcing the facilities to stay open amid the corona virus pandemic the order will fall under the defense production act after numbers showed me production capacity could fall by as much as eighty percent across the country that's N. B. C. news radios dean mucho Colorado's receive more than ten million dollars in additional funding to help battle the virus the money is part of the carers act the funding will be used for additional lab testing another work the state health department estimates it spent about seventy million dollars on the efforts during this pandemic and Paso county public health promising to provide clarity and guidance regarding the new safer at home or from governor Poloz sweet courage you to use this new capacity anyone with symptoms of COPD it should get tested and self isolate until they have the results of the test that is public health medical director Dr robin Johnson she says that anyway everyone with providers like symptoms needs to be tested and self isolate until the test results come through coming up we'll talk to the HHS deputy secretary Eric Hargan joins us live at seven fifty four don't miss that first traffic every ten minutes to draw more safe Dr this morning and we've had our problems still got one lane blocked off by an accident that was on I. seventy westbound right at E. four seven looks like it did that cleaned up rex really jammed up northbound Broadway just before I twenty five Broadway Kentucky you've got at least one lane blocked their pressure the bottom of the ramp from westbound I. seventy six to seventy fourth construction judges on the boulder Terbaik this morning as was about thirty six right around Broadway up to pay because a researcher Dr in pretty good shape look if you see traffic problems if you get caught the back up let us do all the traffic tip line just dial pound two fifty and say the key words Denver traffic this report is sponsored by audible audible can help with stories that connect us in everyday moments while we're walking the dog getting supper ready or relaxing with the family discover why millions of people are listening on.

"university oxford" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:51 min | 10 months ago

"university oxford" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Of congressmen and senators and governors. presidential candidates in the primary organization that can bring all these people together and I just want to thank all of you for for the support you get to the council and we haven't really slow down at all next couple weeks again we will have our congressman Jim Himes from Connecticut speak to the New England council congressman reaching Neil the chairman of the ways and means committee the dean of the knowing like wrestle delegation speak to the New England council senator Sheldon Whitehouse island be speaking to the knowing when counsel so look forward to seeing all of these invitations along the way but today obviously we are delighted delighted to welcome United States senator Cory Booker to politics and eggs. is represented as native who Jersey state capitol hill's since two thousand thirteen earlier in his career he served as the mayor of the great city of New York for seven years during his tenure city enter this lodges period of economic growth since the nineteen sixties and under his leadership crime declined quality of life for residents improved as a result of more affordable housing. new green spaces and pox increased educational opportunities and more efficient city services the United States Senate he's been a leader he's been a leader in a wide range of critical issues. at impact not just his great state. but our entire nation he's emerged as a national leader the push for common sense criminal justice reform last year we helped write impasse the first step back. bipartisan bill to reform the criminal justice system it should begin to reverse the injustices of mass incarceration. it's also introduced legislation to give people previously incarcerated the non violent crimes a fair chance of employment. our guest speaker here this morning has supported increased investment in advanced manufacturing and technological development to ensure the United States remains at the forefront of global innovation and as a member of the US Senate small business committee introduced legislation that would direct twenty five million dollars to a growth accelerator find which would allow start up businesses here in this great state to compete for grants to help their businesses grow. the senator also understands the need to ensure that we have a very talented pipeline of skilled workers to fill the jobs and innovation and entrepreneurship is creating and to that end we truly has been a champion a champion apprenticeship programs that provide students were critical hands on learning opportunities to prepare them for the jobs of tomorrow and now the senator is ready his next challenge in the early this year who was had in the ring for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination. is a graduate of Stanford University Oxford road scholar in yield university we are so pleased and we are on it and it could take time out to visit all of you politics in a as he campaigns here and the first in the nation primary state please join me given a very warm New Hampshire welcome the on a United States senator Cory Booker. good morning. wow. I never thought I.

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"university oxford" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"university oxford" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Ice Anneli and now the software in the buses will very quickly recognize misbalance tanks that could potentially be caused by a few leak and a warn the KRILL growth. Don't we have that to Jeff Yeah sure bracelet to hear no arrive in mass between our is between arrears in we we had to be between your is. It's okay. It's not the mess the mass mass nevermind I was going to say something and I'm going to refrain keeps out such disciplined just after if Real Nice after thank you guys beers right. You didn't get any but I didn't say anything bad why actually if you'd like another still have a gin and tonic particularly pack no not particularly no John. I don't think slapped didn't he. He was laughing because he just enjoys being together with the crew except those two together with inch due to know I mean I think the all do that. You're laughing because you're happy to be with US but LIZ is not here. He still at you still talking about speaking of Liz. This is from Liz Mississippi crash. <hes> from CAP DOT news have no idea what that is similar to make sense a young civil air patrol pilot lost Mr Life and Fedex made a wonderful gift to her family. Well done that X.. In tragic circumstances so the article <hes> continues that <hes> the Civil Air Control Air Patrol Cadet died from I'm serious injuries on July sixth when the Civil Air Patrol planes she was piloting crash landed on the Ole Miss Golf Course in Oxford Mississippi Steph. Would you like to continue the the accident occurred about three fifteen. PM On the seventeenth eighteenth hole not far from the university Oxford airports where it could at Master Sergeant Lake Little was headed as part of a of Cadet flight training to receive her private pilot certificate. She was airlifted to Memphis area trauma center where she unfortunately passed away <hes> right now. Our focus is on family and I'm not laughing because of the story I would just to clarify. This is a very sad and serious story. Unfortunately Captain Jeff is may quite difficult for me to read. He doesn't need to do anything at the moment that can read the entire story from here on Alex. Thank thank you for your assistance. <hes> right now are focuses on cadet little family and the members of her local squadrons said Major General Mark Smith <hes> Savar Patrol National Commander and CEO This is a tragic accident and we are praying for peace and comfort for everyone involved. We're working with the National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration to determine what caused the crash little eighteen of starkville joined the C._A._p.. In August twenty seventeen and had earned six promotions during her nearly two years of service the latest to could master master sergeant in December. She was a member of the Mississippi Wings Golden Triangle Composite Squadron based in Caledonia. She also enlisted in June in the Mississippi Air National Guards one hundred seventy second.

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"university oxford" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"university oxford" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Things and also reminded this is actually can't filmmaking in the analog era when the hand touch with important, which is billon cubic lived in London. He spent a lot of his time hair. Longest sets are hair for instance in Clark, and it's predominantly sat in London. What's evoked caught woke are in full? Kubrick specifically. Talker orange was about a NIA time dystopia in future. So it was about mixing the familiar with the jarringly. Nia distant future, he filmed in the Chauncey drugstore. Which if you're around nine hundred seventy two was the groove IOUs of Lum's he filmed in Thames made the new town built by the great London counsel as utopian new home for the dispossessed of London slums, which of course, tendons anything but utopia he filmed in Brunell, universities, Oxford campus, where he positioned the university's lecture theatres is the Ludovico institute as an awful warning. What brutalism could do, of course, ironically, that's now land mounts listed building. He used London. As a set he used London as location. He used the architecture idea brutalism as an essential scene set film. Young. Vicious. You to be full. What exactly is the treatment take onto baby? Yes. Some film big especially within London which was time for so long. They're so many of so many absolute film funds or or Kubrick funds in London. You went to do you want to do them Justice as well? You want to find the elements that could surprise them, even though they know a lot ready, and then you have Iran design audiences well as of people that know Kubik Ernie through his films SIS trying to find out. How are you can create the stories that woods trigger response from each individual? My biggest challenge this one s I mean, where do you start with such an immense archive? It is over a hundred meters long, and we did have sort of a blueprint of the previous existing exhibition. But it's I think what the approach that Dan hunt. Really China's to look afresh as films and to write a new power graph in coop exists. Theory, and you mentioned of ghost as the seventy people who do know everything about Kubrick. How did you respond to that was that response being now, I'm sure some of them seen undone? How do you feel they perceived it? We had an amazing this phones end so many people may we've had since are playing people queuing at side and the first weekend was sold out. It's and I think overall the responses being upset lay overwhelming, you know, you see the lot of people want to share their stories everyone has a related curric-. So whether it was their folder being insurance guy from shining sets, or what are is someone from the library who found out that Kubrick bar older books, and is quite remarkable that, you know, this film, directed this credible mind brings all these people together, but it's being a been wonderful experience..

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"university oxford" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"university oxford" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"He saw the crazy new governor in California. See the crazy mayor in Newark, I'll get to those later you've probably heard about them. Many of the immigration scholars rights buying heart regularly cited in the press worked for listen a receive funding from pro immigration, businesses and associations. So in other words, you're getting partisan propaganda. Consider for instance, Giovanni Perry and economists that UC Davis whose name pops up at a lot liberal commentary the virtues of immigration. Hey, twenty-fifth, New York Times magazine essay titled debunking, the myth of the job stealing immigrant declared that Perry who may call the leading scholar on how nations respond to immigration had shown that immigrants tend to complement rather than compete against the existing workforce is indeed a respected scholar, but Microsoft has funded some of his research and a high skilled immigration and new American economy paid to help him turn his research into a two thousand fourteen policy paper decrying limitation, so the H one B visa program. So you have these leftists. And they're paid for experts and scholars pushing this agenda with the media. That's more than receptive. The habit. Because the media. Collectively is the mouthpiece of the progressive movement. Still the prevalence of corporate funding can subtly influence. Which questions economists ass in which ones they don't. Perry says grants like does from Microsoft and new American economy or neither large crucial to his work? And that they don't determine the direction of my academic research. Beinart goes on academics face cultural pressures to in his book exodus, Paul Collier, an economist at the university. Oxford claims that in their desperate desire not to give sucker that is to nativist bigots. Social this is his writing social scientists have strained every muscle to show. That migration is good for everyone. George Boras of Harvard. There's a brilliant man argues that since he began studying immigration, the nineteen eighties has fellow economists have grown far less tolerant of research that emphasizes it's costs there is he told me, quote, a lot of self censorship. Among young social scientists because Boras an immigration skeptic Semite discount, discounters perspective. But when I asked Donald Davis, Columbia University, economists, take some more favourable view of immigrations economic app now impact rather about four houses claiming made a similar point. He said, George I come out on different sides of policy on immigration. But I agree that. There are aspects of discussion I ca- -demia that don't get sort of full view to come to the wrong conclusion. More and more. We're getting propaganda. The problem is that although economists.

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"university oxford" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"university oxford" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"If there's a man who is raping women and and doing like i'll tell you who deserves a p hand james winston he deserves a pm maybe maybe now with some of this information coming out in the nfl handing down a three game suspension but the stuff about harvey weinstein i think it was well known in hollywood but we didn't know about it does that matter why why not why not try to take guy down if you know hey this harvey weinstein guy he's raping women he's forcing himself on all these women in his hotel room i'm going to really get him by having him shake my dirty hand well i mean it's just you know sometimes you just have that inner burning that wants you to get over on somebody like you want to know that that evil person is at least getting something bad happening to them we'll spike their drink or something but the hand sanitizer drink the handshake too sacred that's a sacred thing john's drink with what i don't know are you trying to kill to knock him title pm or something you know maybe a little woozy drowsy set him home home before bed baby you have this you shake a lot of hands john you're okay if someone wants to do this to you why nobody would want to do this to me 'cause i'm not going around raping and assaulting women all over hollywood you've heard from the pro james crowd today they're not happy with you you don't know what's going to happen next event you're at next paid gig you're standing out in front of him how what they're going to put on their hand before they touch yours you know what if i gotta catch a p hand for defending the women of tampa bay and all over florida from this sexual predator james winston then i'll take a pee hand along the way i got a sanitizers talking about this kind of thing it's a little it's a little grotesque but i say totally okay i'm not even sure if i believe him why not i don't know elon musk who i guess is the new guy who's all about spacey he loves you know he's the guy who's going to get us space he's going to do all these these things that are going to change the world as far as spaces concern a brand new study from oxford university oxford university researchers looks at the question of whether or not intelligent alien life exists the researchers suggest stay with me on these statistics there is only a forty one percent chance that we're alone in the milky way and a thirty two percent chance that we're alone in the visible universe and those are the optimistic numbers so elon musk says we must start colonizing on other planets immediately okay how do we do that well i mean i'm not a scientist orient astronaut for that matter but i mean i could be down like if if things got a little too crazy here i think the idea is that if if the aliens come here and they they walked trouble we bounce yeah if the you come here they probably go anywhere i don't think we'd be safe anywhere the theory is if earth gets whacked by giant space roy rock a cataclysmic solar storm the crippled human electronics or even alien attack that we would need a backup civilization on a place like mars okay i'm i'm down to give it a.

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"university oxford" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"university oxford" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Veteran former malaysian prime minister mahattaya muhammad has said he expects to be sworn in without delay to become the world's oldest elected leader mahatma here who's ninety two has made a stunning political comeback winning general election against the party that has held power since independence in nineteen fifty seven global climate talks in germany are set to end mate today delegates have become bogged down in technical arguments about the future of the paris agreement which was signed by nearly two hundred nations in two thousand fifteen further discussions and are planned for september a report into widening access to university has suggested that a new generation of oxford and cambridge colleges should be open to create more places for disadvantaged youngsters the higher education policy institute has looks as ideas from mp's social mobility charities and academics his our education correspondent shinnecock caughlin young people from rich families are still much more likely to get places at top universities says this report from higher education experts and they say one practical measure to widen access would be for two at the most prestigious universities oxford and cambridge to create more places while some other leading universities have expanded their intakes by thirty forty or even fifty percent in recent years also in cambridge have kept their undergraduate numbers broadly the same the higher education policy institute says if oxbridge colleges have no capacity to expand that it may be time to build some entirely new colleges but oxford in cambridge have both said there were no plans for any such expansion network rail and the transport secretary chris grilling will this morning unveiled plans to introduce digital technology across the rail network they say modernizing the signaling system will allow more trains to run every hour and will improve reliability it's been revealed.

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"university oxford" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"university oxford" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"At j church radio any questions or comments during the show anything for mister dolan you could post it right there make it good make it smart and maybe it'll get read on the air richard dolan is one of the world's leading researchers and writers on the subject of you oppose and believes that they constitute the greatest mystery of our time richard completed his graduate work at the university of rochester where he studied the us cold war strategy european history and international diplomacy before that he had studied at alfred university oxford university and has been a finalist for rhode scholarship is the author of ufo's in the national security state of course he co authored with bryce able ad after disclosure whose latest book is you oppose and the twenty first century minds also hosted a weekly ray radio show with me over and i k g r a radio call the richard dolan show frequent cast here on costa coast am and fade to black he's currently featured on several television series and documentaries including ancient aliens hangar one you afo files and close encounters in addition to his research richards company richard dolan press actively published his innovative books by authors from around the world and rumor is that he has the next book coming out we'll be his own i would like to walk about to costa coast am our good friend richard bleeping dolan richard good evening jimmy thank you for having me on tonight i do i was listening to you on your introduction and your creepy iphone surveillance story does it nowhere near going.

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"university oxford" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"university oxford" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Kfi am six forty welcome back to coast to coast am standing in for george noory on another beautiful southern california night i'm your host jimmy church he can follow me on twitter at j church radio any questions or comments during the show anything for mr dolan you could post it right there make it good make it smart and maybe it'll get read on the air richard dolan is one of the world's leading researchers and writers on the subject of you of os and believes that they constitute the greatest mystery of our time richard completed his graduate work at university of rochester where he studied the us cold war strategy european history and international diplomacy before that he had studied at alfred university oxford university and has been a finalist for rhode scholarship is the author of ufo's in the national security state of course he co authored with bryce able ab after disclosure his latest book is you oppose and the twenty first century minds also hosted a weekly radio show oh with me over and g are a radio call the richard dolan show frequent guest here on coast to coast am and fade to black he's currently featured on several television series and documentaries including ancient aliens hangar one you will follow files and close encounters in addition to his research richards company richard dolan press actively published his innovative books by authors from around the world and rumor is that he has the next book coming out we'll be his own i would like to walk about to coast to coast am our good friend richard bleeping dolan richard good evening i gimme thank you for having me on tonight i do i was listening to you on your introduction your creepy iphone surveillance story does it know where you're going it's mine does i have to say that i've had this experience so my gps app like mentioned the brand gps applebee's maybe not can i do that no.

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"university oxford" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"university oxford" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Kfi am six forty welcome back to coast to coast am standing in for george noory on another beautiful southern california night i'm your host jimmy church you can follow me on twitter at j church radio any questions or comments during the show anything for mr dolan he could post it right there make it good make it smart and maybe it'll get read on the air richard dolan is one of the world's leading researchers and writers on the subject of ufo's and believes that they constitute the greatest mystery of our time richard completed his graduate work at the university of rochester where he studied the us cold war strategy european history and international diplomacy before that he had studied at alfred university oxford university and has been a finalist for rhode scholarship is the author of ufo's in the national security state of course he co authored with bryce able ad after disclosure whose latest book is you oppose and the twenty first century minds also hosted a weekly radio show with me over on cagey are a radio call the richard dolan show frequent guest here on costa coast am fade to black he's currently featured on several television series and documentaries including ancient aliens hangar one you afo files and close encounters in addition to his research richards company richard dolan press actively published his innovative books by authors from around the world and rumor is that he has the next book coming out will be his own i would like to walk about two cosa coast am our good friend richard bleeping dolan richard good evening jimmy thank you for having me on tonight i do i was listening to you on your introduction and your creepy iphone surveillance story does it know where you're going well it mine does i have to say that i've had this experience so my gps app like mentioned the brand gps apathy is maybe not can i do that i don't know.

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"university oxford" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"university oxford" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Dot do you want freedom checks dot com wherever you you never have to be left in the dark you can stay in line while the iheartradio app download the app store or online newsradio ten forty whol welcome back to coast to coast am standing in for george noory on another beautiful southern california night i'm your host jimmy church you can follow me on twitter at j church radio any questions or comments during the show anything for mr dolan he could post it right there make it good make it smart and maybe it'll get read on the air richard dolan is one of the world's leading researchers and writers on the subject of ufo's and believes that they constitute the greatest mystery of our time richard completed his graduate work at the university of rochester where he studied the us cold war strategy european history and international diplomacy before that he had studied at alfred university oxford university and has been a finalist for rhode scholarship he's the author of ufo's in the national security state of course he co authored with bryce able ad after disclosure his latest book is you have photos and the twenty first century mining also hosted a weekly radio show with me over i k g r a radio call the richard dolan show frequent cast here on coast to coast am and fade to black he's currently featured on several television series and documentaries including ancient aliens hangar one you will fall files and close encounters in addition to his research richards company richard dolan press actively published his innovative books by authors from around the world and rumour is that he has the next book coming out we'll be his own i would like to walk about two cosa coast am our good friend richard bleeping dolan richard good evening jimmy thank you for having me on tonight it's a pleasure do you have an iphone i do i was listening to you on your introduction and your creepy iphone surveillance story does it know where you're going.

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"university oxford" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"university oxford" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Welcome back to coast to coast am standing in for george noory on another beautiful southern california night i'm your host jimmy church you can follow me on twitter at j church radio any questions or comments during the show anything for mr dolan he could post it right there make it good make it smart and maybe it'll get read on the air richard dolan is one of the world's leading researchers and writers on the subject of you of os and believes that they constitute the greatest mystery of our time richard completed his graduate work at the university of rochester where he studied the us cold war strategy european history and international diplomacy before that he had studied at alfred university oxford university and has been a finalist for rhode scholarship is the author of ufo's in the national security state of course he co authored with bryce able ad after disclosure his latest book is you oppose the twenty first century minds also hosts her we ginny thank you for having me on tonight i do i was listening to you on your introduction and your creepy iphone surveillance story does it know where you're going.

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"university oxford" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"university oxford" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Welcome back to coast to coast am standing in for george noory and another beautiful southern california night i'm your host jimmy church you can follow me on twitter at j church radio any questions or comments during the show anything for mr dolan you could post it right there make it good make it smart and maybe it'll get read on the air richard dolan is one of the world's leading researchers and writers on the subject of ufo's and believes that they constitute the greatest mystery of our time richard completed his graduate work university of rochester where he studied the us cold war strategy european history and international diplomacy before that he had studied at alfred university oxford university and has been a finalist for rhode scholarship he's the author of ufo's and the national security state of course he co authored with bryce able ad after disclosure whose latest book is you photos and the twenty first century minds also hosts are we i do i was listening to you on your introduction your creepy i phone surveillance story does it visit nowhere you're going can you.

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"university oxford" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"university oxford" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash bloomberg world headquarters i'm charlie pellett the dow the sp nasdaq all pushing hires we move into the final hour of trading will the gains stick can we make it five in a row for the sp 500 index s p right now twenty seven 23 holding above the twenty seven hundred level of 24 a gain near of nine tenths of one percent the dow up to one hundred twenty up by nine tenths of one percent twenty five thousand one hundred thirteen right now on the dow nasdaq up ninety five to seventy two thirty eight that is a gain of one point three percent so us stocks extending a global rally as equities rebound from the worst of this month's correction but donner slumping to order a three month low beeld old on 10year treasuries hovering near two point nine percent steven ratio is chief us economist at missiles securities u s a one of the reasons why i think there's this push to sell longterm treasuries is his belief out there that term powell will be sort of warming with the administration as opposed to being countered that the administration and running independently i think the office is going to weigh on him he's going to go independent and i think that's what's going to close the transition from what is generally been a bear steep inner to what will be a bear flat flatten there and right now the ten year two point eight nine percent up three thirtyseconds a growing number of economists expect the federal reserve to step up the pace of its interest rate increases this year after congressional passage of a three hundred billion dollar government spending package is seen lifting us economic growth and inflation now according to a bloomberg survey of twenty nine a respondents lewis alexander chief economist of nomura securities international and greg dako oxford university oxford economics chief us economist are among those who now seat four fed rate hikes this year instead our free recapping equities are higher gold is up three tenths of one percent thirteen 55 the ounce west texas intermediate crude up one and a half percent sp up twenty seven again now wolf one percent i'm charlie pellett and that is a bloomberg business flash bloomberg markets with carol massar and cory johnson on bloomberg radio bond markets brought to you by sector spdr etfs why by a single stock when you can best in the entire sector visit sector spdr s dot com.

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"university oxford" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"university oxford" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"He has been chosen as a los angeles magazine southern california super lawyer for many many years jim o'callaghan is a member of girardi in keys who has tried over thirty jury trials in both state and federal court and since 1995 has served as an arbitrator and mediator for the los angeles county courts alternate dispute panel they are champions of justice for the little guy each week we bring you this informative n entertaining hour bringing clarity to the headline generating legal challenges of the day and boy what a programme we have for you today our guest is dan hill he is the president of sensory logic then hill is a recognised authority on the road all of emotions in consumer and the employee behavior and today we're going to be talking within about reading faces and its relation to the judicial system reading faces comes well you might say naturally for him as a young boy living in italy he began using facial expressions to help navigate and unfamiliar setting today he runs sensory logic inc a scientific insights burn that analyzes consumers facial expressions to help companies better navigate consumers emotionally driven decisionmaking process this ability to capture and quantify marketplace insights hidden in plain sites if you will is why sensory logic has helped over thirty five percent of the world's top one hundred marketers it is also made dan of frequent speaker at business conventions from coast to coast as well as in europe and asia dan received his ph d from rutgers university following studies at brown university oxford.

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"university oxford" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"university oxford" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Yeah i don't know where they come from they don't come from the coaching ranks i think that's that's where we're dropping the ball bury our is and a coach tanner from south carolina to coaches that are doing a great job in i i think that you know the number one thing is overseeing hiring good coaches and overseeing understand you know the significance of what something like this can do not just to your football programme but you're atlic program your university oxford lives and dies the city on that's football pro and so they're millions of dollars it's going to be lost in people are going to lose their jobs so here you've got an athletic director that stood up for you which uh obviously he didn't know what was going on and if you don't know what's going on you're not doing your job and so i think the present any athletic director need to make sure the check their their own pulse in terms of pay whose fault is this and step up and and be a man about it and uh you know as i said last night i think you know to to make sure they get this going in the right direction there's a lot of people that need to change jobs coach and we're talking to tommy cover bill uh i wanna ask you about the culture of mississippi and you you know probably uh enough about this case where there are players in mississippi state who reportedly were granted immunity and that helped put uh own this under at least from the allegation standpoint and i want to ask you uh to describe did those of us who have never lived in mississippi the rivalry between mississippi state and ole miss and what this sudden not sudden but to this new new as a turf battle could mean longterm.

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"university oxford" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"university oxford" Discussed on Probably Science

"Tests showed the virus had become undetectable in the blood of the previous h previously hiv positive man of the he was treated with a pioneering new therapy designed to eradicate the virus research has cautioned it's too early to tell if it's really worked but said the man a social worker had made remarkable progress he was the first fifty people to compete to trot of the bishops treatment which launches a twostage kick and kill attack on the virus i think we talked about this about a year or two ago when it was being proposed on the show but it seems to have had some success the new therapies unique in that it tracked down and destroys hiv in every part of the body including in the dormant cells that have eight current treatments is one of the first serious attempts at a full cure for hiv says mark samuel's the british nationalist chief health research is a huge challenge and it's still early days of the progress has be remarkable said the clinical trials paid by the nhs go nhs please stay alive off yeah this man's going to survive the nhs which might be dying others ultimate collaboration between doctors and scientists universities oxford cambridge imperial college london university college london and king's college on the vessel lot of universities in the south east of england teaming up together the man who has not been named said he participate in the trial to help others with the disease and hiv is mostly transmitted through sexual acts by using affected needles it weakens opposes immune system by destroying tcells which crucial to fighting disease and infection around thirty six point seven million people living with it worldwide pest not that's a love few of them i thought i dunno it how many thirty lety six thirty six and a half million worldwide worldwide so half i mean that's a lot of people but it is considering that is what we're getting close to seven billion people in the world.

mark samuel nhs king england hiv chief health oxford cambridge imperial coll immune system