LEXINGTON, KY – NOVEMBER 14: A general view of the Kentucky Wildcats game against the Grand Canyon Antelopes at Rupp Arena on November 14, 2014 in Lexington, Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)We’re just one month away from March Madness, so naturally, the apparel manufacturers are starting to debut new uniforms for the top college basketball teams. Nike unveiled eight new uniforms Friday – six for men’s teams, two for women’s teams.The men’s squads for Kentucky, Duke, Syracuse, Florida, Arizona and Oregon got new Nike Hyper Elite’s for the stretch run. UConn and Baylor’s women’s teams were were also part of the release. A number of teams, including the Blue Devils, will debut them this weekend. From Nike:Each school’s home uniform will feature a white base with school-specific color lettering and a 26-degree speed graphic of an iconic symbol of each school across the side of the game short. The 26-degree angle of each school’s graphic was inspired by the chevron on the classic Nike Windrunner track jacket that debuted in 1978. Each graphic represents a distinctive basketball point of view, based on the roughly 1,000 directional changes, or “cuts” that a player might make in the course of a game.Here are some shots of the new digs.New Nike uniforms for Kentucky, Duke, Syracuse, Florida, Arizona, Oregon, UConn, & Baylor pic.twitter.com/q6HykfdiCr— Heidi Burgett (@heidiburgett) February 20, 2015Road to March is paved with @nikebasketball Hyper Elite Unis for 8 teams. Debuting this wkd. http://t.co/7ryu7iCz2S pic.twitter.com/cgXspbt3yA— Brian Strong (@briangstrong) February 20, 2015The new Disruption uniform set from Nike! Will wear when Syracuse visits Cameron. pic.twitter.com/sV0EvMGWod— Duke Basketball (@dukeblueplanet) February 20, 2015Check out the brand new @Nike Hyper Elite uniforms we will wear vs. Virginia on Senior Day 3/2! #CuseMode pic.twitter.com/qjz5Fdb6MB— Syracuse Basketball (@Cuse_MBB) February 20, 2015College basketball fans – what do you think?
Source:https://c-path.org/c-path-and-fara-launch-friedreichs-ataxia-integrated-clinical-database-to-advance-the-development-of-treatments-for-fa/ Reviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Feb 28 2019Critical Path Institute’s (C-Path) Data Collaboration Center (DCC) and the Friedreich’s Ataxia Research Alliance (FARA) today announced the launch of the Friedreich’s Ataxia Integrated Clinical Database (FAICD). The new platform will enable collaborative research and data sharing to support the understanding of natural history, potential biomarkers and clinical endpoints, and promote research into novel clinical trial design in Friedreich’s ataxia (FA). By making this data available to researchers, the organizations hope to enable the development of tools that will help design and interpret efficient clinical trials — leading to effective treatments for FA as soon as possible.Related StoriesComplement system shown to remove dead cells in retinitis pigmentosa, contradicting previous researchImplanted device uses microcurrent to exercise heart muscle in cardiomyopathy patientsAXT enhances cellular research product portfolio with solutions from StemBioSys”FA is a rare, progressive and fatal disease that affects multiple organ systems, and those living with the disease are in urgent need of effective treatments,” explained FARA’s Executive Director Jennifer Farmer. “FAICD addresses this need by providing a platform to share data and making it available to qualified researchers to expedite the drug development process. We believe this resource will inform and give future clinical trials of potential therapies the best chance of success.”FAICD contains data contributed by collaborating companies that have carried out clinical trials in FA, as well as natural history and clinical outcome measure data from the Friedreich’s Ataxia Clinical Outcomes Measures Study (FACOMS) collected by the Collaborative Clinical Research Network in FA and funded by FARA.All data contributed to this project is de-identified, mapped to standards defined by the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC) and curated by C-Path’s DCC before inclusion in FAICD.”C-Path has a long history of expertise in data standards development, curation, and oversight of multiple data sharing initiatives,” said Richard Liwski, Director of the DCC and C-Path’s Chief Technology Officer. “We are proud to be part of the effort to coordinate collaborative contributions from data owners and integrate that data into a single database for this rare, degenerative and life-shortening neuromuscular disorder.”
Asian News International New DelhiJuly 15, 2019UPDATED: July 15, 2019 21:00 IST Srhipad Naik informed that serviceability of the fleet is at par with other fleets (Representative image: ANI)Weeks after 13 Indian Air Force (IAF) personnel lost their lives in an AN-32 crash, the government informed Rajya Sabha on Monday that more than half of these planes in service with Indian Air Force (IAF) have been upgraded with the installation of modern avionics.”More than half of Indian Air Force’s (IAF) AN-32 aircraft upgraded with the structural upgrade as well as installation of advanced avionics and the remaining are under upgradation in a phased manner,” Minister of State for Defence, Shripad Naik informed Rajya Sabha.Shripad Naik also informed that serviceability of the fleet is at par with other fleets.”Serviceability of the fleet is on par with other fleets. There is a shortage of certain spares (Russian origin) due to strained relations between Russia and Ukraine. At present, Indian Air Force (IAF) has 98 AN-32 aircraft and none of the aircraft has outlived its operational life,” Shripad Naik said.On June 3, an AN-32 transport aircraft with 13 Indian Air Force (IAF) personnel onboard went missing after taking off from Jorhat Air Force Station. The wreckage of the aircraft was found on June 11 on a mountain slope and all air-warriors died in the crash.ALSO READ | Pakistan will not open airspace until India withdraws fighter jets from IAF forward airbasesALSO READ | 26 fighters went down in last 5 years, more than a squadron lost in IAF accidentsALSO WATCH | 10-point guide to IAF airstrike across LoCFor the latest World Cup news, live scores and fixtures for World Cup 2019, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for World Cup news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byShahrukh Tags :Follow IAFFollow MoSFollow AN-32 IAF aircraftFollow Rajya SabhaFollow Shripad Naik More than half of IAF’s AN-32 upgraded: MoS Defence informs Rajya SabhaThe government informed Rajya Sabha on Monday that more than half of IAF’s AN-32 have been upgraded with the installation of modern avionics.advertisement Next
COMMENTS SHARE Published on RELATED SHARE SHARE EMAIL State governments will be mandated to offer 24×7 power supplies from April 1, 2019 said Minister of State (Independent Charge), R K Singh.Speaking at the Conference of Power and New & Renewable Energy Ministers of States & Union Territories, Singh said, “We will hold the states accountable for providing 24×7 power supplies from April 2019. This has been promised in the agreements signed with us.”Singh said that the state power distribution companies (DISCOMs) will have to bill ‘each unit sold’ to ensure that these targets are met. February 26, 2019 COMMENT ‘Saubhagya scheme just a part of successful electrification drive’ RK Singh, Power Minister. File photo