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first_imgJun 2, 2004 (CIDRAP News) – Chinese health authorities have called off emergency measures for SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), saying the latest outbreak is under control, according to Xinhua, China’s state news agency.Beijing officials said yesterday they were closing down their SARS prevention headquarters and canceling other emergency control measures, Xinhua reported. Officials took the action after all seven patients in the city were discharged from a hospital and their contacts were released from quarantine, the report said.Also yesterday, the Chinese Ministry of Public Health suspended its daily surveillance reports on SARS, Xinhua said. The surveillance program required local health authorities nationwide to provide a daily SARS report even if no cases were found.Beijing’s SARS prevention headquarters was set up Apr 22, when the city reported its first case this year, according to Xinhua.The recent outbreak included seven SARS cases in Beijing and two in Anhui province in east-central China. Most of the cases were traced to a 26-year-old woman who contracted the virus while working in a laboratory at the National Institute of Virology in Beijing in March. A 31-year-old man who worked in the same lab also became infected. The mother of the 26-year-old woman died of SARS Apr 19; the other eight patients all recovered.Chinese and World Health Organization (WHO) officials inspected the virology lab in May but were unable to determine exactly how the two researchers had acquired the virus there. Neither of them had worked with live SARS virus, officials said.last_img read more

first_imgMarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from June 25 until July 1, 2018.Swansea Bay tidal lagoon gets an official ‘no’The UK government has rejected the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon proposal, stating that it does not meet the requirements for value for money.The UK government’s decision not to support the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon project – proposed by Tidal Lagoon Power – was unveiled by the UK energy secretary Greg Clark during his address to the House of Commons on June 25, 2018.The decision comes 18 months after the release of the government-commissioned review of tidal lagoon industry, known as the Hendry Review, which backed the wider tidal lagoon industry, as well as the ‘pathfinder’ Swansea Bay tidal lagoon.PLAT-I bound for Nova Scotia after buoyant Scottish trialsUK marine engineering company Sustainable Marine Energy (SME) is preparing to ship the PLAT-I tidal energy platform from Connel in Western Scotland, to Grand Passage in Nova Scotia, where it will be put to the second round of sea trials.The 280kW PLAT-I platform, which was under trials at Connel Sound since November 2017, is expected to be Canada bound on a container ship by mid-July.SME is now teaming up with the Canadian company Black Rock Tidal Power Inc (BRTP) for the follow on project that will see the PLAT-I deployed for the second phase of testing in the harsher sea climate.MAKO tidal turbine set for Gladstone port demonstrationAustralian-based tidal energy company MAKO Tidal Turbines (MTT) and Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC) have joined forces to conduct a six-month tidal turbine demonstration in Queensland.The project, set for deployment at Port of Gladstone, will investigate how tidal energy can contribute to Australia’s energy mix by producing clean, predictable renewable energy.MAKO said its tidal turbine is expected to be installed at GPC’s Barney Point Terminal within months.Sweden pumps in €8.2M for full-scale CorPower deviceThe Swedish Energy Agency has granted CorPower Ocean a little over €8 million (SEK 85 million) to support the construction and testing of a full-scale device and subsequent wave energy park demonstration.The demonstration wave energy park will feature three full-scale CorPower units, according to the Swedish Energy Agency.Earlier in the week, the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) issued a performance statement to CorPower Ocean following the dry testing of Swedish developer’s half-scale wave energy converter (WEC) in Stockholm.The testing involved the dry testing of CorPower’s power take-off (PTO) on the Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) test rig, specifically designed for the purposes of testing the PTO onshore as part of the Wave Energy Scotland (WES) funded Hi-Drive project.European ocean energy market study hot off the pressDG MARE, a body responsible for the EU Commission’s policies on maritime affairs and fisheries, has published an ocean energy market study which outlines the financial needs of the ocean energy sector in the EU.The scope of the study, co-authored by WavEC Offshore Renewables and Italian business management consultants COGEA, was to estimate the financial needs of the ocean energy sector in the EU, identify potential financing gaps and possible financing solutions, and to analyse recommendations of the ocean energy roadmap in that context.last_img read more

first_imgNew WebsiteThe Batesville football program is excited to announce the launching of batesvillefootball.com.  Check out the website to get all the information that you need to stay connected and informed about Batesville football!Batesville Gridiron ClubThe recently formed Batesville Gridiron Club is a non-profit group that is designed to enhance the Batesville football program.  To join the group and receive the exclusive Batesville football gifts and perks then click on the link to become a member of the Batesville Gridiron Club.https://batesvillefootball.com/membership/  Alumni Game *Presented by Edward Jones*The 3rd Annual Alumni Football game will be Saturday, August 4th @ 7 pm on the high school football field.  The alumni game will follow the Blue vs White high school scrimmage game that starts at 5 pm.  FREE ADMISSION.If you will be in attendance or want to compete in the alumni game then fill out the form so that you get your FREE t-shirt.ALUMNI GAME SIGN-UP  A big thank you to Blake Bartling and the group with Edward Jones for the support in being the sponsor for the event as well as this year’s 2018 Diamond Sponsor for the program!Turnover Hunger CampaignThe Batesville Football Program is starting their 2018 campaign to raise money for all 8 food pantries in Ripley County.  The football program started the Turnover Hunger Campaign last year by raising just shy of $1,000.  As a result of their efforts, the money impacted over 200 families.  If you would like to learn more about the program and make a pledge then click on PLEDGE.  If you want to make a flat donation then click on DONATE  2018 HOME Schedule8/17 vs Jennings County (Youth Night)8/31 vs South Dearborn (Service Night)*All police, firefighters, first responders, and military will get in free.  9/21 vs Lawrenceburg (Homecoming)9/28 vs Greensburg (Senior Night)*Izzy’s Catering will have a Tailgate Party prior to the game for all Platinum Gridiron Members and Sponsors as well as Football Player ParentsThank you for all the continued support as we enter the 2018 football season!  Hopefully we will see you at one of the games, but if you are unable to attend then always follow the program on Facebook and Twitter or get all information at batesvillefootball.comFacebook- @batesvillefootballTwitter – @BatesvilleFBlast_img read more

first_imgBAR HARBOR — Presque Isle gave the Mount Desert Island boys’ basketball team its first defeat of the 2016-17 season when it beat the Trojans 60-53 on Friday.Riley Swanson led MDI in scoring with 14 points, and Derek Collin added 11 for the visitors. Griffin Guerrette and Eric Tompkins finished the game tied with a team-high 13 for the Panthers, who had four players in double figures.MDI (13-1) will stay in Aroostook County one more day and face the Caribou Vikings (4-10) at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow, Jan. 28. The Trojans’ next game after that will be on the road against the Houlton Shiretowners (7-5) at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 4.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

first_imgLAS VEGAS >> Out of the corner of his eye, Lakers coach Luke Walton saw something that took his temporary focus away from watching his players warm up.It was none other than Warriors coach Steve Kerr. Walton worked for him as an assistant the past two years and quickly became close through similar coaching philosophies and personalities. Winning also helped, too. The Warriors secured an NBA championship in 2015 and followed with the league’s all-time best record in 2015-16. Disappointment to them meant losing to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2016 NBA Finals in seven games. So it should not be surprising that Walton and Kerr bantered quite a bit before the Lakers’ Summer League game against Golden State on Monday at Thomas & Mack Center. It should also not be surprising how Kerr envisions he will handle his first regular-season matchup against Walton. That partly explained Kerr’s partnership with Walton. “He’s got the right combination of competitiveness and humor,” Kerr said of Walton. “He loves to talk [trash] to the players. They love it when he does. They talk [trash] back to them. There’s this whole give and take that is really fun, but healthy.”Walton has collected a nutritional dose of basketball expertise after playing for two Hall of Fame coaches at the University of Arizona (Lute Olson) and the Lakers (Phil Jackson). Walton spent nine of his 10 NBA seasons with the Lakers, where he played a key reserve for two NBA title teams (2009, 2010). Yet, Kerr sensed that healthy outlook on the court and in life somewhere else. “We had a phone conversation and he asked me three questions,” Walton recalled. “He told me all three of his answers were the exact same to those questions so he offered me the job over the phone.”Kerr recalled those questions centered on agreeable philosophies surrounding ball movement, while creating a competitive and fun atmosphere. “There’s certain teams in the league that neither one of us can stand watching and teams that we really admire,” Kerr said, smiling. “I’ll leave it at that.”Their recent phone conversations have not centered on those philosophies or Walton’s current gig with the Lakers. Instead, it has revolved around their families, including Walton’s newborn daughter, Landen. Their interactions before the Lakers-Warriors game also conveyed the image of two long-time friends swapping stories and laughs. But before any possible the teasing and inside jokes, Kerr turned serious. Said Kerr: “We’re going to miss him greatly.”Russell leads victoryD’Angelo Russell continued his ascension as a scorer, finishing with a game-high 26 points on 9-fof-13 shooting in the Lakers’ 78-65 win over the Golden State Warriors on Monday at Thomas & Mack Center.Russell also added five rebounds, though he logged more turnovers (five) than assists (one). Lakers rookie center Ivica Zubac posted nine points and five rebounds. Lakers second-year forward Anthony Brown added eight points, while No. 2 overall draft pick Brandon Ingram had even points. Warriors guard Keifer Sykes led the team with 14 points. “The very first play of the game, I’m going to run a play that would get teams all the time. Luke would say, ‘If I’m the other team and you score on that, you should just fire me,’” Kerr recalled in an interview with Southern California News Group. “I’m going to look down and we’ll share a laugh.”Will Walton have both the coaching smarts and talent to disrupt something he became so familiar with on the Warriors’ sideline?“He’ll be ready for it,” Kerr said. “But if it works, I’ll never let him hear the end of it. If it doesn’t, I’ll give him the nod.” Kerr mused that the biggest difference between Walton’s assistant coaching gig with the Warriors and head-coaching gig with the Lakers simply hinged on “Steph Curry, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson.” Yet, Walton sounded determined to follow Kerr’s path as a successful coach despite previously lacking head-coaching experience. Walton led the Warriors in their first 43 games last season while Kerr rehabilitated from back surgery.“Steve and other coaches have proven it’s not a necessity to succeed,” Walton said earlier this summer. “It’s definitely something that’s important. But I know I can relate to the young players.”center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more