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So yeah, 19, But here’s what I’m not saying: that the people who have decided they’re done with Game of Thrones are wusses. com. “We are wondering what the AGF is afraid of.Larson said the Minnesota Innovation Institute is an industry-driven effort, The shoe was missing from Bearson’s body when he was found dead They are also looking for his cellphone a silver-colored iPhone 5Lt Tory Jacobson said Friday that neither item has been found One phone was turned over to police but it wasn’t Bearson’s he saidPolice in both Moorhead and Fargo have been investigating as well as state agents form the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension FBI agents are also helping with the investigation said Moorhead police Sgt Thad StaffordThe FBI has been assisting since the investigation’s start Stafford said and it often participates in cases that could involve federal jurisdiction such as those that cross state linesThough his body was found in Moorhead Bearson was last seen just south of the NDSU campus at a residence at about 3:40 am Saturday police have saidBoyer said in his statement that NDSU is committed to student safety“NDSU has 17 police officers and two public safety officers who patrol and secure buildings on the main campus and the downtown facilities 24 hours a day” he saidBoyer suggested in the statement that students should travel in groups both on and off campus Counseling services are available for students through the NDSU Student Counseling Center and for employees through the Village Employee Assistance Program he said“Our continued thoughts and prayers go out to the family friends and campus community during this time of grieving on the loss of Thomas Bearson” Boyer added in the statement While the Bearson case might be the first instance of an NDSU student being killed at least two other North Dakota college students have been murder victims in recent memory In 2003 University of North Dakota student Dru Sjodin was kidnapped raped and murdered by high-risk sex offender Alfonso Rodriguez He was convicted in federal court in 2006 and sentenced to execution His death penalty is still being appealed in federal courtIn 2006 Valley City State University student Mindy Morgenstern was murdered in 2006 by Moe Gibbs a former Barnes County jailer now serving a life term in state prisonNDSU students also received an email Friday from the student body president and vice president urging them not to “speculate on social media during the investigation”Like Boyer President Sarah Russell and Vice President Hilary Haugeberg encouraged students to take advantage of counseling services or to rely on professional staff in on-campus housing such as resident assistants during “times of stress”“We are the Bison Family and we are all here to support and look out for each other” it saidRussell and Haugeberg noted that in this year’s annual safety walk on campus – which involves university police sexual assault advocates student government officials and others – all of the participants “were very pleased with the visibility on campus at night”“Overall we feel campus is very safe secure and offers numerous resources to students in times of need” the student government leaders said in their statementFuneral services for Bearson have been scheduled for Monday Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 11 am at St Francis Xavier Catholic Church in SartellVisitation will be from 3-8 pm Sunday and after 9:30 am Monday at the gathering space at the churchThe United Nations Population Fund UNFPA has said that Nigeria’s population is 1959 million at the moment UNFPA also stated that 76 percent of Nigerians are between ages 0 to 24 In its UNFPA state of world population report themed “The power of choice: Reproductive rights and the demographic” the UN agency further said that 1488 million Nigerians are under the age of 25 The UN report goes in contrast with National Population Commission NPC figures which claimed that the country’s population was at 198 million as early as April 2018 The UNFPA report added that 44 percent of Nigeria’s population is aged 0 to 14 while 32 percent are aged 14 to 24 The UN agency also revealed that Nigeria has one of the highest fertility rates in the world with less than 20 percent of married women in urban communities using a modern contraceptive method In rural communities within the country less than 10 percent of married women use a modern contraceptive method UNFPA added “No country can yet claim to have made reproductive rights a reality for all Choices are limited for far too many women” the report read “And this means that there are still millions of people who are having more—or fewer—children than they would like with implications not only for individuals but also for communities institutions economies labour markets and entire nations” Nigeria’s population is expected to double between now and 2050com.

an NGO Thakur owns. though club members said unicycling is generally a safe," Some conservatives have mocked Kasichs appeal for civility as "chicken soup for the soul, This flexibility is an investment in our people and our Services, and Duhamel will sit for up to five "national print media interviews. reported today that they have been unable to reproduce a simple method of creating stem cells that was reported in two Nature papers by CDB scientists earlier this year. and relaunched in November under new management. In two papers published online in Nature on 29 January CDB’s Haruko Obokata and others reported that simply subjecting mature mouse cells to a mild acid bath could produce stem cells which are capable of developing into all the cell types in a body Stem cells are likely to be at the heart of a wide range of future medical treatments The stimulus-triggered acquisition of pluripotency (STAP) method as the researchers named it was far simpler than all other known methods of creating stem cells Co-authors of the paper include researchers at CDB at other institutions in Japan and at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston an affiliate of Harvard Medical School But the claims started unraveling within days as bloggers and contributors to the PubPeer website started noting problematic images and plagiarized text Researchers around the world started reporting that they couldn’t replicate the results A RIKEN investigating committee on 1 April announced finding Obokata guilty of research misconduct for several instances of falsification and fabrication in the papers The committee cleared other co-authors of misconduct but said that senior scientists involved bore heavy responsibility for lax oversight of the then–30-year-old Obokata That month RIKEN also set up a team to try to replicate the STAP phenomenon An outside committee reviewing the case on 12 June recommended that CDB be dismantled The authors retracted the papers on 2 July though Obokata has continued to claim that the STAP phenomenon is real In a tragic turn Yoshiki Sasai a highly respected stem cell scientist who was a co-author of the papers and CDB deputy director committed suicide on 5 August Reportedly one of the notes he left behind blamed the stress of the media attention The team attempting to replicate the STAP results is led by Aizawa and Hitoshi Niwa another respected stem cell researcher who was also a co-author of the papers In repeated experiments using different types of stress and cells from different tissues they neither saw the fluorescent signal characteristic of stem cells generated from mice carrying a gene for green fluorescent protein nor were they able to produce a cell mass as reported in the Obokata papers Niwa noted that they used a common laboratory mouse strain known as C57 black 6 (A report in Japanese is here) To be thorough they intend to repeat the experiments with other mouse strains They are also giving Obokata herself a chance to reproduce her results They expect to complete their work by next March As for the fate of CDB RIKEN President Ryoji Noyori said they will rebuild the institute around 250 researchers with the remaining staff moved to other RIKEN institutes (A Japanese report is here) CDB had a staff of 541 in 2013 according to the institute’s annual report that year A new director will be appointed for the institute which RIKEN has tentatively named the "Multicellular System Formation Research Center" Noyori also announced a multifaceted action plan to strengthen governance establish a new research compliance office improve awareness of research ethics and provide guidance in properly recording and managing research data all to prevent a recurrence of misconduct and to regain the trust of the Japanese public *Update 27 August 8:16 am: This story was updated with more informationA diverse group of scientific publishers librarians and university officials has come together to endorse a once-controversial idea: that all federal research agencies should require that papers published by the investigators they support be made freely available to the public as soon as possible Although the National Institutes of Health now has such a policy it came only after years of debate and resistance from publishers worried that subscriptions would dry up if people could download papers for free But since the NIH requirement kicked in in April 2008—including a 12-month delay for mandatory release—biomedical journals have survived Proponents of this so-called public access approach have been clamoring for other agencies to follow NIH’s lead Last summer the House of Representatives science committee and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) convened a roundtable of 14 publishers university leaders librarians and other experts to seek common ground on expanding free access to journal articles The group was chaired by John Vaughn executive vice president of the Association of American Universities In its report the panel urges that each research agency "expeditiously but carefully develop and implement an explicit public access policy that brings about free public access to the results of the research that it funds as soon as possible after those results have been published in a peer-reviewed journal" However the report doesn’t specify whether agencies should set up a central archive of full-text papers like NIH’s PubMedCentral or rely on other options such as university repositories The panelists also noted that the "embargo" or delay between when a paper is published and when it becomes free might need to be extended beyond the NIH 12-month rule for some fields in which papers hold their value for longer particularly social sciences and humanities Two panelists on opposite ends of the debate declined to endorse the report’s conclusions Y S Chi a vice chair at Elsevier the giant commercial publisher felt the report was "overly prescriptive" and "supports an overly expansive role of government" And Mark Patterson director of publishing at the Public Library of Science faults the report because it "stops far short of recognizing and endorsing" PLoS’s "open access" model in which authors pay a fee so that their papers are free from the moment they’re published Despite such objections the White House seems determined to move ahead For the past month OSTP has been holding an online forum on whether and how to extend NIH’s model to more agencies According to OSTP life sciences assistant director Diane DiEuliis one option being considered is an executive order or memo that would set out "minimum standards" but "give agencies flexibility to create custom plans"

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