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Archives for June 26, 2019

The first US museum dedicated to posters is now open in New York

By Alexandra Alexa From Core77 Poster House’s inaugural exhibitions explore the work of Alphonse Mucha and East Berlin design collective Cyan Whether in your college dorm, plastered on the sides of buildings, or held high in protest, we encounter posters every day and they hold a unique place in the public sphere: a democratic medium […]

This oil can help you lose weight and keep you healthy

From Newsmax Health One of hottest health supplements on the market is MCT oil. It is often used in salad dressing, added to smoothies, or ingested directly. Experts say this medium-chain triglyceride oil offers myriad benefits ranging from weight loss to improving cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients. Dr. Mark Hyman, M.D., director of the Cleveland […]

OECS YES In Action features Aria Laidlow

Vincentian Climate Change Researcher identifying pathways for sustainable development in small island states. his month, OECS YES In Action caught up with Aria Laidlow, a 29 year old Vincentian national tackling the issues of climate change and sustainable development and inspiring youth activism regionally and internationally. Tell us a little about yourself. I reside on […]

Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative gives $68M to fund Human Cell Atlas projects

By Devin Coldewey From TechCrunch An ongoing global project to map the human body cell by cell has received a $68 million shot in the arm from the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative. It will support dozens of individual projects contributing to the eponymous atlas of human cells. The Human Cell Atlas is a collection of projects that aim to […]

This is how much American drivers use their phone in the car

By Sasha Lekach From Mashable We just can’t stay away from our phones, even in the car.  The drive safety app Drivemode looked at driving data from 2.7 million U.S. drivers using Android phones between Jan. 2018 and April 30, 2019 and found that over 167 million miles and 13.3 million hours, Americans use their […]

Schriever recognizes contributions of Caribbean-Americans

From Schriever SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. — The month of June marks the 14th annual celebration of National Caribbean-American Heritage Month and Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado recognizes the contributions made by these men and women to the U.S. military. In 2005, the House of Representatives unanimously adopted H. Con. Res. 71, sponsored by […]

Gov meets GT constituents

Cayman Islands Governor Meets George Town Constituents H.E. Martyn Roper toured George Town North, South, East and West with the respective constituency MLAs on Friday, 21 June 2019. ·         Governor was invited into constituents’ homes to learn more about uniqueness of Cayman Islands. GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – H.E. Governor Martyn Roper, OBE, was escorted around George Town […]

The 6th Caribbean Water Operators’ Conference: Building Climate Resilient Water Utilities

From GWPA From 26 to 28 June 2019, the 6th Water Operators Conference will be held in Saint Lucia in collaboration with host utility, the Water and Sewerage Company (WASCO). The conference is designed as a platform for water operators and partners to discuss real issues and share innovations to contemporary challenges. It is the […]

Agriculture should remain an important part of every country’s self sufficiency

The ability for a country to be self-sufficient when it comes to producing enough to feed its population can prove to be important now with the current economic situation with more trade tariffs, where it becomes more expensive to import products. If you then take the environmental aspects into consideration and the changing of peoples […]

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