BUENOS AIRES/NEW YORK — Argentina’s Vice President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has slammed payments to the International Monetary Fund as costing the country more than COVID-19, as talks over a new $40 billion deal show little sign of advancing. Read More
‘Suez Canal and Challenges in World Trade’ Conference Kicks Off at Expo 2020 Dubai Amid International Turnout
DUBAI, Arab Emirates, Jan. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Admiral Osama Rabie, Chairman of the Suez Canal Authority (SCA), attended on Sunday morning the international conference the SCA organized under the title ‘The Suez Canal and Challenges in World Trade’ as part of Expo 2020 Dubai. Read More
Interface Fluidics Announces Joint Industry Project with Equinor and ExxonMobil to Bring PVT Testing Into the Field
CALGARY, Alberta — Two months after closing a Series B fundraise, Interface Fluidics has announced a joint industry project (JIP) with Equinor and ExxonMobil to accelerate the deployment of the world’s first compact, rapid fluid screening equipment for oil and gas. Essentially a portable laboratory, this technology will revolutionize pressure-volume-temperature (PVT) testing, an essential part of the exploration and production process for the oil and gas industry. Read More
LONDON (Reuters) – People with mild COVID-19 who do not suffer any other traditional “long COVID” symptoms can still exhibit deteriorated attention and memory six to nine months after infection, a study by Britain’s Oxford University has found.
Cognitive issues impacting concentration levels, along with forgetfulness and fatigue, are features of long COVID – a condition that afflicts some after an initial bout of infection – but it has not been established how widespread issues with attention span might be following COVID-19 infection.
In the study, participants who had tested positive for COVID-19 previously but did not report other traditional long COVID