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Oil Well Cementing Market Latest Innovations, Demand and Future Projections with top Major Key Player like LafargeHolcim, Dyckerhoff, Heidelberg Cement, Italcementi, etc
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Oil Well Cementing Market: Competition Landscape and Key Developments LafargeHolcim, Dyckerhoff, Heidelberg Cement, Italcementi, Raysut Cement, Colacem, Omran Anarak Cement, Kerman Cement, Cebo International, Oman Cement Company, Cemex SAB, Trinidad Cement, Gezhouba Group Cement, TPI Polene Public Company, Buzzi Unicem, Kardisi, Dalmia Bharat, Petrovietnam, Tianshan Cement, Anhui Conch Cement, Yatai Group, Jidong Cement, Ningxia Building Materials, Taiyuan Lionhead Cement, Dalian Cement and More…
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Boeing’s Starliner carried a ‘Kerbal Space Program’ character to the ISS
After two-and-a-half years of delays, Boeing’s Starliner capsule successfully docked with the International Space Station. It was an important milestone for a company that has, at least in the popular imagination, ...
After two-and-a-half years of delays, Boeing’s Starliner capsule successfully docked with the International Space Station. It was an important milestone for a company that has, at least in the popular imagination, struggled to catch up with SpaceX. So it’s fitting how Boeing decided it would celebrate a successful mission.
When the crew of the ISS opened the hatch to Starliner, they found a surprise inside the spacecraft. Floating next to Orbital Flight Test-2’s seated test dummy was a plush toy representing Jebediah Kerman, one of four original “Kerbonauts” featured in Kerbal Space Program. Jeb, as he’s better known by the KSP community, served as the flight’s zero-g indicator. Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin took a small doll with him on the first-ever human spaceflight, and ever since it has become a tradition for most space crews to carry plush toys with them to make it easy to see when they've entered a microgravity environment.
If you’ve ever played Kerbal Space Program, you have a sense of why it was so fitting Boeing decided to send Jeb to space. In KSP, designing spacecraft that will carry your Kerbonauts to orbit and beyond is no easy task. Often your initial designs will fall and crash as they struggle to fly free of Kerbin’s gravity. But you go back to the drawing board and tweak your designs until you find one that works. In a way, that’s exactly what Boeing’s engineers had to do after Starliner’s first test flight in 2019 failed due to a software issue, and its second one was delayed following an unexpected valve problem.
Boeing kept Jeb’s presence on OFT-2 secret until the spacecraft docked with the ISS. A spokesperson for the company told collectSPACE that Starliner’s engineering team chose the mascot in part because of the science, technology, engineering and math lessons KSP has to teach players. Jeb will spend the next few days with the crew of the ISS before they place him back in the spacecraft for its return trip to Earth.
Late goals save Kerman High season against Madera in Division III opening round
The Fresno Beehttps://www.fresnobee.com/vida-en-el-valle/deportes/article258490913.html
Leave it to sophomore Jonathan Velásquez to deliver Wednesday night when No. 3-seed Kerman High needed it the most.Facing a strong challenge from Madera High in the opening round of the CIF Central Section Division III boys soccer playoffs, Velásquez managed to control the ball with his left foot in heavy traffic and then right-footed the ball into the net to give the host Lions a 1-0 advantage with 4½ minutes left in the match.Six minutes later, Velásquez scored again as Kerman improved to 25-1....
Leave it to sophomore Jonathan Velásquez to deliver Wednesday night when No. 3-seed Kerman High needed it the most.
Facing a strong challenge from Madera High in the opening round of the CIF Central Section Division III boys soccer playoffs, Velásquez managed to control the ball with his left foot in heavy traffic and then right-footed the ball into the net to give the host Lions a 1-0 advantage with 4½ minutes left in the match.
Six minutes later, Velásquez scored again as Kerman improved to 25-1.
“He’s actually been stepping it up,” said Kerman coach Raúl Arámbula about his sophomore scoring machine. “We lost a forward and he (Velásquez) was actually my right winger. We put him in one game and after that game he’s been scoring every single game.”
Velásquez has scored a team-high 19 goals.
“We weren’t at our best at the start,” he said, “but we finished it.”
Velásquez attributed Kerman’s late comeback in the second half to his coach’s “inspirational” talk at halftime.
“I knew Madera was going to play tough. They’re a really good team. Their goalie (Jesse Cuevas) is amazing.”
Cuevas kept making big stops, until the end when the Kerman offense bunched up inside the box and kept pounding away until the Velásquez goals.
Arámbula had some concern about the opening half when Madera’s defense thwarted several Kerman offensive attacks.
“I talked to the boys about being patient,” said Arámbula, whose team went 9-0 in the North Sequoia League. “I was very patient as a coach, and I have a lot of confidence in my defense. We’re probably the best defense in the Valley.
“I knew the score would come late in the game, or in overtime.”
About the only concern Arámbula had going into the match was getting the No. 3 seed despite its only loss (2-1 in a tournament game) coming to an elite Farmersville High squad that is ranked fourth in the section.
“To be honest, I was very disappointed because I know these boys have been working very hard,” said Arámbula. “I expected to be on top of some of the teams. But, we’re ready for whatever.”
Kerman is in the same draw as Lindsay High (18-3 and the fifth-ranked overall team in the section). Kerman hosts Atascadero (13-10-2, and a 2-1 winner over Sunnyside) in second-round play Friday.
Madera senior Elmer García, who is headed to a soccer academy in Spain, was philosophical after the match.
“I definitely thought we could have come out of here with a win,” said García. “In the playoffs, everyone is 0-0 no matter what division you are in. You just come out here and give it your all.”
Fresno coalition urges local transportation officials to delay $6.8 billion plan approval
A Valley coalition of labor groups, community organizations, Bitwise Industries and a foundation run by a former mayor of Fresno urged the two major agency boards overseeing the Fresno County Measure C renewal process to delay putting a proposed $6.8 billion transportation sales tax on the ballot by two years.Signaling an opposition to renewal of Measure C this year, the 36-member Fresno Coalition for Responsible Transportation Spending called on the Fresno County Transportation Authority and the Fresno Council of Governments to plan ...
A Valley coalition of labor groups, community organizations, Bitwise Industries and a foundation run by a former mayor of Fresno urged the two major agency boards overseeing the Fresno County Measure C renewal process to delay putting a proposed $6.8 billion transportation sales tax on the ballot by two years.
Signaling an opposition to renewal of Measure C this year, the 36-member Fresno Coalition for Responsible Transportation Spending called on the Fresno County Transportation Authority and the Fresno Council of Governments to plan for Measure C’s renewal in November 2024, instead of the agency’s current plans to seek voter approval this November. The coalition made its request in a letter dated Friday; part of the letter was published as an ad in The Bee on Sunday.
The coalition’s letter claims that Measure C’s existing plan pollutes the air and wrecks the climate while leaving neighborhood streets in disrepair and communities without reliable public transit.
“Measure C expires in 2027. There is no need to rush it onto the November 2022 ballot. We need to take the needed time to properly plan and know where our money should go,” the coalition says. “We respectfully urge you to direct staff to work with a neutral facilitator and community to develop a plan for a 2024 ballot measure.”
Lynne Ashbeck, the co-chair of the executive committee for the Measure C renewal and vice chair of the Fresno County Transportation Authority, said that she’s doubtful that any changes to the Measure C expenditure plan would alter the pattern of resistance from the bloc of community-based organizations on the renewal committee.
“I haven’t seen any evidence in the last 12 to 16 months of any breakthroughs at all,” Ashbeck said. “I don’t think (Leadership Counsel for Justice & Accountability and Building Healthy Communities) ever engaged in a constructive fashion to move anything forward except to tell us why it was wrong.” The two groups are part of the coalition.
Ashbeck said she was one of the community group’s “biggest advocates,” but agreed that the two groups had been “thick-skulled” over the last year.
Gary Yep, the vice chair of the Measure C renewal executive committee and a board member of the Fresno Council of Governments, said the size and diversity of the coalition makes their potential opposition hard to ignore.
“I think that a letter from 36 organizations is very impressive,” Yep said. “Anytime you get 36 organizations together, you have to be mindful of what’s there.”
Yep said that a new set of community preferences was emerging, beyond those established from his participation in the Measure C renewal expenditure plan that is attempting to garner a two-thirds supermajority from Fresno County voters in six months.
He added that the feedback from a recent neighborhood meeting indicated that including climate change in transportation policy was a center-stage concern.
“How high greenhouse gas emissions and climate change change were as community priorities at the meeting surprised me,” Yep said about a Measure C gathering in mid-April by the Central California Environmental Justice Network and Leadership Counsel for Justice & Accountability which packed the Kerman Community Center.
“Those are the things about why you need to listen to the voices of your communities,” Yep said. “It opens your eyes up.”
“Over the last year, I don’t have a single indication of anything that could happen that would make them engage in a constructive fashion,” Ashbeck said about the community groups. “So I just think it would be two more years of what we have right now.”
“I haven’t seen any real engagement or constructive help to this point,” she said of the community-based organizations, adding that the ad published in The Bee on Sunday was not an “authentic kind of conflict resolution.”
She said, “Do I think they would ever be satisfied? I don’t know.”
This story was originally published May 17, 2022 11:43 AM.
U of T researchers awarded 20 new and renewed Canada Research Chairs
University of Toronto Newshttps://www.utoronto.ca/news/u-t-researchers-awarded-20-new-and-renewed-canada-research-chairs
From neuroimaging of aging to Indigenous methodologies with youth and communities, the University of Toronto’s 20 new and renewed Canada Research Chairs are working to address key global challenges and advance knowledge across a wide range of fields.Among the nine new chairs at U of T are Elizabeth Buckner, an assistant professor at U of T’...
From neuroimaging of aging to Indigenous methodologies with youth and communities, the University of Toronto’s 20 new and renewed Canada Research Chairs are working to address key global challenges and advance knowledge across a wide range of fields.
Among the nine new chairs at U of T are Elizabeth Buckner, an assistant professor at U of T’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE). As tier two chair in higher education for sustainable development, Buckner is focused on examining how post-secondary institutions can promote sustainable development by integrating the concept into the fabric of universities. Her findings are expected to inform governments, NGOs and the post-secondary sector. (See the full list of new and renewed Canada Research Chairs at U of T)
Chloe Hamza, also of OISE, was named a tier two chair in stress and coping in post-secondary contexts. The assistant professor of applied psychology, who studies the development of mental health and wellbeing in children and young adults, aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the processes through which university students cope with distress.
In the realm of public health, Amaya Perez-Brumer, an assistant professor at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, was named a tier two chair in global health intervention justice. Perez-Brumer studies how infectious disease prevention efforts and clinical trials are executed to gauge their impact on marginalized communities and improve public trust.
“My warmest congratulations go out to all U of T researchers who were named Canada Research Chairs, or who had their chair renewed, in the latest round,” said Leah Cowen, vice-president, research and innovation, and strategic initiatives.
“Through the Canada Research Chair program, the federal government is supporting U of T researchers who are investigating some of the grand challenges the world faces and are shaping the innovations of tomorrow.”
Established in 2000, the Canada Research Chair program represents an investment of roughly $310 million per year to attract and retain top talent in disciplines spanning engineering, the natural sciences, health sciences, humanities and social sciences.
Here are the new and renewed Canada Research Chairs at U of T:
New Canada Research Chairs
Renewed Canada Research Chairs