December 10, 2019

US: Nominate for 2020 AACT National Awards

AACT National Awards 2020 Nominations Accepted NowCLICK HERE to submit a nomination for 2020 Nominations are open for these AACT National Awards: Art Cole Lifetime of Leadership Award Diamond Crown Organization Award Twink Lynch Organizational Achievement Award David C. Bryant Outstanding Service Award Distinguished Merit Award Special Recognition Award Robert E. Gard Superior Volunteer Award Shining Star […]

The #HourPower results are in!

From Freedom United Dear ieyenews readers, Dear Colin, Thank you, you’ve helped raise $14,652 in just 24 hours! We’re delighted that so many of you joined our #HourPower challenge this Giving Tuesday and donated an hour of your hard-earned wages – some of you gave even more! Thank you for joining in and sharing the #HourPower challenge. Our power […]

Kia Motors officially opens new India production facility

Kia plans to strengthen its innovative brand image and digital leadership Introduction of fully digitized sales and service channel for customers Kia expanding its future mobility business through various partnerships Kia to expand the product portfolio in 2020 with premium MPV and sub-compact SUV, one of the best-selling segment in India Seltos achieve early success with record-breaking sales results of 40,649 units for the last […]

The Medicinal Cannabis Authority of St. Vincent and the Grenadines selects Ample Organics for national cannabis tracking system

TORONTO, Dec. 5, 2019 /CNW/ – Ample Organics Inc. and the Medicinal Cannabis Authority (“MCA”) in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, together, are proud to announce their partnership to strengthen the medicinal cannabis industry in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines by activating AmpleCentral™ — the world’s first national Cannabis Tracking System built for regulators. Leveraging […]

Rosetta Stone

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio The Rosetta Stone was discovered in July, 1799 by French soldier Pierre-François Bouchard during the Napoleonic campaign in Egypt. It was the first Ancient Egyptian bilingual text recovered in modern times, and it became key to deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphs, ending one of the great mysteries of all time. Until […]

What if clothes were alive?

What if Our Clothes Were Alive? One Designer’s Biotextiles Help Remove Harmful Toxins from the Air By Roya Aghighi for Emily Carr University of Art and Design From Core77 Design Awards – November 20 2019 Biogarmentry was a Student Notable in the Personal Accessory category of the 2019 Core77 Design Awards. “Fashion consumption has become […]

Daily aspirin reduces cancer risk

From Newsmax Daily low-dose aspirin might reduce your risk of dying from cancer, particularly if you’ve packed on a few extra pounds, researchers say. Taking aspirin three or more times a week is associated with a lower risk of cancer death as well as death for any reason, a new study reports. Aspirin’s protective effect […]

OLX Group invests up to $400M in used car marketplace Frontier Car Group at $700M valuation

By Ingrid Lunden Frontier Car Group, the Berlin-based startup building used car marketplaces targeting high-growth, emerging markets, has picked up another significant round of funding from a strategic backer also focusing on the same geographical opportunity. Today, OLX, the online classifieds division Prosus  (the digital division of Naspers that listed earlier this year in Europe)announced that it would […]

Taking several prescription drugs may trigger serious side effects

From Newsmax Many older Americans take a variety of prescription drugs, yet new research suggests that combining various medications is not always wise. Taking lots of different drugs for different conditions is called “polypharmacy,” and a team of researchers set out to find how doctors take this into account in their prescribing. To address this, […]

Even the defiant Taku Glacier, long resistant to warming, has started shrinking

By Mark Kaufman From Mashable Chris McNeil has journeyed to Alaska’s sprawling Taku Glacier at least once a year for the last decade. At 259 square miles, it’s larger than Chicago. “You can see across this thing for days,” said McNeil, a geophysicist at the U.S. Geological Survey. For decades, Taku has been exceptional. Unlike most […]