New OLI Systems platform V11 democratizes electrolyte modeling with revolutionary cloud platform; new, rigorous chemistry insights and software innovations enhance sustainability, reliability, and efficiency

Cloud Apps, Cloud APIs, Optimizer and Bulk Data Input fuel industrial digital transformation PARSIPPANY, N.J., Dec. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —  Access OLI Anytime, Anywhere The new OLI Platform V11 brings ubiquitous cloud access to proven electrolyte technologies for digital transformation.  For the first time, field engineers, operators and non-experts can access five decades of leading electrolyte chemistry innovations on the cloud to improve operations performance for industrial processes. New chemistries and software in V11 significantly increase asset reliability, operational efficiency, and environmental sustainability by accurately predicting scaling, corrosion, and toxic…

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U.S. Institute of Peace Opens Nominations for 2021 Women Building Peace Award

Annual award recognizes women peacebuilders from conflict-affected countries. WASHINGTON, Dec. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — In recognition of the pivotal role women play in building peace, the U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP) has opened nominations for the 2021 Women Building Peace Award. This annual award, inaugurated in 2020, honors a woman peacebuilder whose substantial and practical contribution to peace is […]

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La nouvelle plateforme OLI Systems V11 démocratise la modélisation des électrolytes grâce à une plateforme cloud révolutionnaire; de nouvelles connaissances rigoureuses en chimie et des innovations logicielles améliorent la durabilité, la fiabilité et l’efficacité

Les applications et les API pour le cloud, Optimizer et la saisie de données en masse alimentent la transformation numérique industrielle PARSIPPANY, New Jersey, 1er décembre 2020 /PRNewswire/ —  Accédez à OLI à tout moment et partout La nouvelle plateforme OLI V11 offre un accès cloud aux technologies d’électrolyte éprouvées pour la transformation numérique. Pour […]

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Amid Dual Pandemics, HIV Innovation Continues in Africa

JOHANNESBURG – Thabani Raymond Kalala, or “coach,” as he prefers to be called, was diagnosed with HIV six years ago. He lives in a small town in rural South Africa, but this year, as societies across the globe went into viral lockdowns, his world expanded. The 33-year-old community development worker was part of a pilot project called Coach Mpilo — the word means “life,” or “health” in isiZulu. As a “coach,” he works with 54 newly diagnosed men and boys, supporting their battle against HIV and boosting them, in ways…

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Fears Grow of Further COVID-19 Spikes Ahead of Ghana’s Election

ACCRA – Ghana has been lauded for its COVID-19 response and a fairly low death toll of 323 people. Total cases have now surpassed 50,000, however, and the president recently warned citizens to stay vigilant. Experts fear that cases will increase as political parties go into full campaign mode ahead of the December 7 vote. Ghana’s Health Service recently estimated that more than 80% of Ghanaians are not wearing face masks, a drastic drop from previous compliance levels. Last month, President Nana Akufo-Addo urged Ghanaians to put on the masks…

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Affordable Treatment Available Soon for Children Living With HIV in Poor Countries

GENEVA – Affordable treatment will soon be available for children living with HIV in low- and middle-income countries thanks to an agreement between the global health agency UNITAID and the Clinton Health Access Initiative, or CHAI. The pediatric treatment has been available in wealthy countries but out of reach for children in poor countries. A new agreement with two generic drug makers, Viatris and Macleods, will significantly lower the price. UNITAID and CHAI plan to roll out the first anti-retroviral treatments specifically designed for children next year in six African…

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UNHCR Seeks Urgent Access to Eritrean Refugees Trapped in Ethiopia’s Tigray Region

GENEVA – The U.N. refugee agency is appealing to Ethiopian federal authorities for access to camps housing thousands of Eritrean refugees who have been without humanitarian aid since the start of the conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray region early last month. Food was last distributed to some 96,000 Eritrean refugees sheltering in four camps before the Ethiopian government began its military assault on Tigray on November 4. The U.N. refugee agency says by now the camps have run out of food supplies, making hunger and malnutrition a real danger. It also…

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