University of Hawaii outfielder/designated hitter Jacob Igawa an instant hit at plate and with his teammates at UH

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Biden pursues giant boost for science spending

President Joe Biden released his first proposed budget for the United States on 9 April.Credit: Demetrius Freeman/The Washington Post/Getty

US President Joe Biden unveiled his first proposed budget on 9 April, and it signaled strong support for research and development. The spending plan would provide across-the-board increases in science funding and inject billions into the fights against COVID-19 and climate change.

Although short on detail, the budget proposal would raise core funding for research and development across nearly every major federal science agency, including historic increases to improve public health and battle racial injustices. In line with a US$2.3-trillion

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Kwasi Aggor Describes the Future of Education Technology –

For over five centuries humanity has not seen a technological upheaval in the education sector as major as the Gutenberg press in 1440, until the last decade.

Just as the arrival of the printing press revolutionized learning by making it accessible and efficient, its successor portends an even brighter future.

According to Kwasi Aggor, who works in the EdTech industry, educational technology or EdTech, equipped with cloud computing, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, machine learning and big data has immense potential to transform the education sector.

EdTech brings a paradigm shift in learning – from lifeless textbooks to engaging experiences of

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Polish college calls lecturer’s antisemitism ‘scientific discourse’

A Polish lecturer who said that Jews had practiced “ritual murders” will not be reprimanded because his claims are the subject of “scientific discourse,” the university that employs him said.

An internal ethics panel made the decision not to take disciplinary action against Tadeusz Guz, a priest and faculty member at the Catholic University of Lublin, for a second time after again reviewing complaints over a 2018 speech he gave in Warsaw.

“We know, ladies and gentlemen, that the facts of ritual murder cannot be erased from history. Why? Because we, the Polish state, in our archives, in the surviving

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Missouri State University begins construction on new amphitheater and arts park

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (Edited News Release) – Missouri State University broke ground on a new amphitheater and arts park Thursday morning.

When the curtain rises on the 2022 season of Missouri State University’s Tent Theatre, the audience will be seated in the new John Goodman Amphitheatre in the new Judith Enyeart Reynolds Arts Park.

“This new arts park and permanent amphitheater are much welcome additions to our historic Tent Theatre,” Missouri State President Clif Smart said. “Our campus and larger community will have a vibrant and comfortable space to enjoy not only Tent Theatre and other productions, but also many

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JPMorgan Says These 2 Stocks Could Surge Over 80%

After a volatile first quarter, Q2 has kicked off in style, and the major indexes sit at – or hover near – all-time highs. The government bond market has also been steadying as yields have pulled back after rising higher earlier in the year, soothing investor fears that inflation could get out of hand. Moreover, the economic recovery seems to be gathering steam at a faster pace than anticipated. “We had been expecting the data to improve about this time, and early signals are that the recovery is absolutely on

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