A few words to share with our fellow singers, musicians and aspirants
Oh, say can you sing…
Q: How do you prepare to sing the anthem?
A: I go over the words constantly in my mind, because the last thing I want is to be an ESPN highlight of a guy who forgot the words to the anthem. The rhyming scheme of the anthem is so strange because [it] is not even every other line. It’s every other phrase. You can get really confused quickly. And you’ve got 30,000 people who all think they know the words, and they will all know the one you miss. Read on
A drug-resistant TB patient from India arrived at Chicago O’Hare International Airport and was transported in a special and ground ambulances to NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda. It is a very rare type TB (XDR-TB) and extensively drug-resistant. READ ON
The following note came from Dr. Sodananda Torasia, ex Principal Secretary of Science, State of Odisha.
“My dear Surendra,
I am deeply aggrieved to inform you that Bibhuti Deo, Professor of Physics passed away last night (May 28 2016) at about 9.00 P.M.
Many of us all over the world had been very closely associated with him either as students or colleagues. His was the one of the household names as a lead scientist in Odisha (1960/70), well remembered by all aspiring future scientists/engineers. We do not have any additional information on this sad news.
Our heartfelt condolences for the family.
Dr. Sarbeswar Acharya Passed away
Dr. Sarbeswar Acharya, passed away today, November 16, 2015 at 3:15 PM peacefully. He is survived by his wife Tara, three sons Prabhat (Babuni), Arun (Bagu), and Arnaba (Ana), and two grand children.
He retired from the Department of Energy as a Senior Executive. He received Master’s degree in Physics from Delhi university and served as a lecturer in Physics in Ravenshaw College before coming to USA. He received his Ph. D. in Physics degree from Univercity of Maryland, College Park.
We express our deep condolences for the family.
Funeral arrangements are being worked out (it is scheduled for Wednesday). Details of funeral arrangement will be posted when available.
At issue is a specialized endoscope inserted down the throats of about 500,000 patients annually to treat cancers, gallstones and other ailments of the digestive system. This devise is hard to clean. The warning came after detection of the drug-resistant “superbug” incident the UCLA’s Ronald Reagan Medical Center 2014 fall. The cause is the uncleaned duodenoscope shown below. Read on
FDA sets standards on fruits, vegetables
Illness caused by tainted food among the reasons for safety rules. Read on
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