The Chopras Group Brings Psychometric Test CMAP+ To Singapore For Student’s Career Profiling In University Choice

SINGAPORE, MARCH 1, 2018 – India’s leading education group, The Chopras Group, has expanded their consultancy services to Singapore. Since their establishment in 1995, The Chopras have used their Career Pathway Planning toolkit to help over 3 million students decide on the right university and course which sets the tone for their future career. They deploy a well-established psychometric test known as CMAP+ to suggest ideal careers for students. CMAP+ uncovers student’s career interests (e.g. artistic, scientific, logical), personal work profile (e.g. introverted, emotionally stable, spontaneous) and ability test results (e.g. verbal, numerical, abstract reasonings). Based on the ideal career, …

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4 Critical Tests for the New Spacecraft That Will get to Clean Up Space Debris

  A spacecraft may soon have the capacity to catch space garbage by firing harpoons and nets. European mission was relied upon to start tests in late May of space-age forms of those antiquated devices to tidy up Earth’s jumbled orbital paths. Space garbage has effectively obliterated no less than one satellite, harmed others, and occasionally powers the team on board the International Space Station to make shifty move. There are the greater part a million bits of space debris bigger than a marble and countless essentially bigger examples left finished from spent rocket supporters and old satellites. To take …

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Does U.S. need a Space Force?

  Space has become host to activities of all kind, and nowadays, there is an ongoing but silent race for going to space and doing something that has never been done earlier. Before the last decade, satellites and rockets were meant for something different than what they are intended for now. ISS being privatised, and thus being split up is one news that suggests not everything is okay with space. It has become a militarised domain where every nation and every company/ organisation wishes to prove itself the master of all. China recently had a conference discussing the placement of …

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Qatar’s Grand Plan to takeover Middle East’s News Narrative Internationally

In the latest development from Middle East scuffle between Qatar and other Arab states including Saudi Arabia, Qatar is launching a Large Scale International Media Outlet that will enable Qatar to completely take over the Middle Eastern narrative building. This strategic initiative is planned to be a more intensive and improved version of Qatar’s own Al Jazeera Network. Through this launch, Qatar aims to conquer the news and narratives pertaining to the Middle Eastern region. This new media organization, which is said to be launched in association with BOLIC by the efforts of Embassy of Qatar in Pakistan, which is …

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The Eastern Threat

Written by David Kamioner From the US presidential election to Kaspersky, there is nary a day that goes by that doesn’t contain at least one reference to nefarious cybersecurity acts sponsored by Russia and Russian-aligned entities. The Baltic NATO members have felt that threat and in even in nations like the Ukraine, competing factions vie for influence with the government in Kiev and the Russian sponsors of their eastern breakaway regions. The cause for this stems in the resurgence of Russian nationalism under the aggressive regime of Vladimir Putin. Intent on restoring some semblance of lost Soviet glory, Putin himself a …

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NSR Sees $250B Open Door For Satellite Assembling, Dispatch Markets

Northern Sky Exploration’s Satellite Assembling and Dispatch Administrations, eighth Release report finds that regardless of the moderate year of 2017, in all cases, the worldwide satellite assembling and dispatch showcase is ready to produce an overabundance of two hundred fifty billion USA Dollars in the following decade.  As both business and government players start sending heavenly bodies, swinging to SmallSats Continue Reading

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ICON satellite to examine the edge of space

  The researchers want to understand the phenomena behind the magnetic storms engulfing the earth capable of destroying satellites and capable of damaging radio communications on the earth’s surface. For such experiment, they will also have to track down the reasons behind the tropical storms that take place on the ground and do affect these magnetic storms which take place about 60 miles above the earth’s surface. One of the brand new mission of NASA involves doing precisely the job mentioned above. The purpose is known as the Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ICON). The primary objective of this mission is to …

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Trump revitalizes space exploration

  President Trump has raised hopes for the United Nations to return to the space exploration vigorously. He has given all the positive vibes by reconstituting the National Space Council. This committee had become dormant during the administration of President Bush. The council’s chairman who also happens to be the vice-president, Mike Pence, and the new secretary, Dr.Scott Pace, are pretty determined to set up a new manned space program to reach out to the moon as well as to the Mars. In the current regime, the government has joined hands with the private sector players for in-depth space exploration …

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Q BIOMED INC. ANNOUNCES FDA FILING FOR APPROVAL OF A NEW MANUFACTURING FACILITY FOR NON-OPIOID STRONTIUM CHLORIDE SR89 INJECTION USP FOR RELIEF OF CANCER BONE PAIN

NEW YORK, March 16, 2018 — Q BioMed Inc. (OTCQB: QBIO), a commercial stage biotechnology acceleration development company, and Bio-Nucleonics, licensor of Strontium 89 Chloride, announce submission of a regulatory filing to the FDA for the approval of a new manufacturing facility. Upon approval by the FDA, the facility will be permitted to manufacture Strontium Chloride Sr89 Injection USP (Strontium-89) in accordance with cGMP. Strontium-89 is a non-opioid injectable radiopharmaceutical to relieve cancer bone pain in patients with painful skeletal metastases. In the body, strontium acts similar to calcium, selectively localizing in bone and is preferentially taken up in osteoblastic …

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