Questions related to Regulations
What is the approach in your laboratories regarding matching the sex of the experimenter to the sex of the participant? The main controversy is because some methods require placement of the electrodes on quite intimate parts of the body, e.g., in impedance cardiography where the participants need to take off their shirts. This might be thrown upon by some participants. What are your experiences, lab practices, regulations, etc.
We are interested to conduct research using the VR-Biopac system in human subjects in a medical school lab (non-hospital location). We intend to measure various parameters (RSP –measure abdominal or thoracic expansion and contraction while breathing, ECG –record electrical activity generated by the heart ECG, Photo Plethysmogram (PPG), Electrodermal Activity). Also, we can assess exercise testing (CPET/VO2peak), anaerobic-aerobic thresholds, resting metabolism, and substrate utilization using the COSMED device.
We need to know the standards, regulations, and legal frame to develop such a clinical project in a non-clinical location (university) in order to obtain the approval of the research ethical commission.
For a study that I intend to make a country-based comparison of the legal regulations on the protection of agricultural lands, I examined three examples from Turkey, Germany, and United Kingdom, but I would like to extend these examples.
I'm also quite curious about examples from developing countries that continue this process with a variety of policies and regulations would be great.
Anti-plagiarism regulations are beneficial to writers in regards to intellectual property, but can it also be harmful to science in the long-term?
In the past, academic writers could read a paper and cite it appropriately at the end of a sentence (or within). That one-sentence brief summary of an entire research concept has a specific, and limited combination of words that can be used to accurately describe the research being cited. Before the internet had a monumental involvement in the writing and review process, whether or not a researcher used similar or identical language (whether by coincidence or intention) in this sentence was largely unknown.
We now have software that scores plagiarism based on word count similarities between sentences like these, and academics that pass a certain threshold of similarities are forced to change their combination of words used to cite the research in that particular sentence. Does this not create an environment where academic writing becomes like a game of "telephone" where one original idea is modified through so many iterations that it becomes completely different than the actual meaning of the initial concept?
The English language is limited by its vocabulary, even though it evolves from time to time, and international ESL academics are even further limited by their vocabulary capacities.
How many iterations and combinations of one sentence can be use to accurately describe a specific research article before all viable combinations have been expended? Are we promoting a system that forces academics to change their writing in ways that may misrepresent research just for something as petty as a word count match threshold? Is there even a global consensus on what this threshold should be?
As we know that there is no regulations on private universities as well as institutions so they are just providing 1000s of admissions in the Computer Science branch in India.
Why the students are blindly opting CSE branch?
"Can we say that all other engineering branches are useless or outdated now".
and CSE is the only hope for engineering universities and colleges.
Kindly share your fair opinions.
I would like to know what experts think about the current regulations of educational work and the influence that these laws have on the health of the education professional.
What are the regulations for online computerized psychological assessments?
Online (free) assessments are nothing but an algorithm that makes the scoring and interpretation easier and accessible. It helps people take a decision whether they should go to a doctor for consultation, plan their therapy etc. However is that kind of online assessment allowed as per regulations?
This assignment covers an interesting topic and most significant sector of the world which is our international relation, which is the main drive and what keeps many countries stable, especially the economic sector of many. The assignment will focus on the discussion of covid-19 impact on the International Relation as a whole. It will mainly touch on the main tools that drive and build international relation mostly on how they were impacted by this global pandemic which is covid-19. To be most specific the assignment will cover the global economy topic, trade, investment/business investment, foreign policy, closure of business, diplomacy etc. All of those stated above are a drive to international relation and the are some not mentioned but will be touched on and the focus will be on how they were impacted by this global pandemic. I will clarify in a small paragraph of what international relation before placing the focus on how it was impacted.
International relation is a world known and most practiced. It is a relationship between countries all over the world interacting to one another, in international relation countries help each other economically and other aspect as these countries are interconnected. According to the writer International is oneness and strongly reliant on one another. (Islam, s, 2022) state that International relation is a study that is concerned between nations and their relations towards one another.
Impact of covid-19 on International Relation
Global economy is a economy that is made up of different economic sector or activities practiced in the arena of global. According to (Statistic, 2020) it states that global economy is the sum of actives that take place both within and between different countries. Covid 19 has hugely affected the global economy causing a world economic disruption, as the was a massive decline (Gaba et al., 2022).. Covid-19 eased the pace of the global economy, as every activity that contributed to the global economy was stifle, slowed. Global economy was brought to its knees.
Covid-19 brought many restrictions and changes that slowly impacted the global economy until it is in this state of disaster. The restrictions imposed more especially by the World Health Organisation (WHO) were very harsh towards the economy side, referring to many companies, businesses closed due to covid -19 to protect people. Global economy is one of the most important and respected sector on the international relation but covid turned that into putting people first than the economy. Almost all activity occurring around the world contribute to global economy and all were affected by the harsh restrictions and led to many activities closing forever which meant no profit, no income and remember that what happens in a country also impact to what is going to happen in the global economy. The restrictions of covid-19 have serve affected or impacted the global economy as it has put everything to a stop or stand still. The coming information will deal more with all the activies that contribute to global economy which makes up International Relation and how covid-19 pandemic has impacted them. Many countries shifted from m.
International Trade plays an important role in International Relations (IR), as it is the drive or makes up IR. International trade is also another form of states interacting and sharing things to one another, as they exchange goods. The presence of Covid-19 has deeply affected trade relations amongst states that trade. States no longer trade as much as they use to trade before covid com. The virus has braked the relations of states interaction. Due to covid-19 pandemic the has been so many draconian regulations and restrictions. The has been a slow pace in trade and many countries lost revenue as importing countries have set limits of goods to countries that they are exporting from due to trade restrictions. The were so many trade bans during covid-19 and this caused handling cost for exporting countries. Trade restriction was also an impact on importing countries, reason being the are some states that lack all form of resources, which they only surviving on importing goods from other countries. This reduced the connectivity and interaction of countries breaking the relations that they have amongst each other. The trade restrictions such as trade bans and so on meant that the will be no strong trade relations or exchange of goods which International relations is about.
Majority people lost jobs due to covid-19 pandemic and lost their earnings, this led to a drop in aggregate demand of goods. The cause of covid led to people not to afford buying things in retail outlets and supermarkets and most feared that they will easily get infected if they physically go to retails. This affected most exporting countries because of less demands, for example China exports dropped during covid(Kline, Dale and Rose 2021) . This braked the supply chain among the countries trading to each other. Covid-19 impacted international relations as countries were slowly trading together and some stopped from trading for a bit, and the relations among countries was slowly fading away.
Organisation that dealt with covid built international relation barries which intrigued fear among states which is the reason the was a decline in countries importing goods from other countries, Reason being they feared the spread of the virus which trade was seen as hotspot this was the reason for trade bans and restriction. Countries could not work together as before, so the was less of exporting and importing of goods taking place around the world at that time, because covid caused all of this disrupting the relations among countries. Covid put a stop to countries working together and sharing of things such as trading.
Covid-19 pandemic hugely disrupted the international supply chain system, as the virus got hold of the system and prevailing the speed that I used to operate.
Investment is also the other sector that makes up international relations. As stated in the introduction that International relation is the all about interaction and interconnect Ness of countries or states which investment is also about connecting countries and bringing interaction among countries in the global sphere. Investment has been affected by the outbreak of covid-19 pandemic.
During covid-19 especially when it was declared as the national disaster, many business closed due to lockdown and harsh regulations, which led to a complete shutdown to many companies and businesses. The closing of companies and business led to a lost of revenue made by them. This led to foreign investors to disinvest in most countries that were deeply affected. Most investors saw that many companies and businesses that they invested in from foreign countries were not making money as usual, this draw them away from the countries that they invested in. This was all because of covid-19 pandemic that caused this havoc amongst countries that invested to one another. Many investors stopped investing in the countries that they invested as they were not making money at all and this cut ties between countries and intensifying the relationship of countries.
Everything was a failure and countries weren’t making money because covid pulled everything down leading to many businesses and companies to decline and chasing foreign investors away. Due to covid-19 countries stopped from investing on ach other as no country was making money at that time. This meant the was not going to be an exchange of foreign investment among countries which is not a representation if international relation because (ir) is all about in interaction of countries.
International relations is also made up of Multinational cooperation’s (MNCs), as MNCs keep most states relations togethers and makes states or countries clinged to one another (Islam, 2022). Most countries have relations because of MNCs, such as VW, COCA COLA and so many which keep these countries together and create employment. When covid-19 hit the world the MNCs was impacted due to lockdowns many MNCs were closed. Most MNCs are the to help each other together with the host country that they are in, which creates a strong interaction between the host country and the MNCs which they are supposed to have, so that they can benefit from each other. MNCs and host countries do benefit from each other as they work hand in hand with each other to keep everything working efficiently. Some MNCs during covid-19 withdraw their cooperates from host countries as their cooperates were not making money due to covid-19 pandemic. Host countries suffered because the was lost of employment and the economy decline, this illustrates the relations of MNCs as they bring employment and improve the economy in host countries while host countries make profit or revenue to MNCs as everyone helps each other. The withdrawal of cooperates by MNCs from host countries, crushed the relations and the interconnect Ness of countries and cooperation’s. This unveils the impact that covid-19 pandemic caused in the international relation.
MNCs were not making money from host countries but losing and same as the host countries were not making any of the money or benefiting from the MNCs as they chose to cut ties by withdrawing from host countries because of covid impact and disruption. This meant that host countries will not receive Foreign direct investment. This created diversity among the international relation and broke the interconnect ness of states and cooperation’s.
Foreign policy plays a major role in keeping international relations especially in states keeping and maintaining peace in the international arena ( Foreign policy,2020 ). Foreign policy is what keeps state or countries interact, exchange things, and share things as countries which strengthen the international relations. Foreign policy is the tool that keeps countries and states to have a real international relation as it makes things easy for countries to interact and work together. It is a peace of policy that holds states together. The main tool that keeps international relation to take place was also impacted by the virus called covid-19 pandemic.
Most countries or states started implementing foreign policies that suited the conditions of covid-19 but affecting the international relations at the same and created a huge gap for diversity among states. To make examples most countries implemented foreign policy that pushed the agenda of restricting trade especially importing if goods and setting a limit of goods being imported. Most countries imposed trade bans upon other countries this is because forced many to take up these measures. All of the mention above was to prevent the spread of covid-19 but at the same time the policies were slowly cutting ties with other countries which reduces the interaction and working together. Many of foreign policies were very harsh and dismantling the connective ness of states and countries.
Most foreign policies implemented during covid-19 pushed the agenda of self-interest as many countries foreign policies were about how can a country make revenue not how can we make money as an international community. Most foreign policies kept countries apart from each other such as the restrictions of borders (Lin, 2022). The banning of travel is also another policy that isolated countries from each other.
Diplomacy is another tool that plays a huge role in keeping international relations and maintaining peace among the international arena. During covid-19 the were no face to face or physical meetings for diplomats to meet up and solve issues that are related to their countries and bring peace. This made it difficult for diplomats to exchange the thought, solutions and ideas. This threaten international relations among diplomats as it was not easy to keep countries relations pure due to no meetings being held. Such as the political tensions within alliances, were competing for the supply of medical equipment ( Giovanna,2020). This issue was not easily resolved as they were no physical meetings which made things easy.
International relation is the most active and important thing practiced in this century, but the presence of covid-19 easily faded the practice of it. Overall covid-19 impacted international relation as it put a stop and disrupted all the things that keep (IR) together such as the change in foreign policy due to covid and the trade restrictions. Which prevented countries from connecting and work together. The restrictions imposed in all the countries allowed the agenda of separating and impacting international relations. which this is also another reason for investors to pull out their investment in other countries because covid made things to be uncertain. Covid-19 made it hard for countries to maintain international relations together.
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Is there a need for regulations of private stablecoins such as Tether, USD Coin, Binance USD, or DAI?
The market capitalization of stablecoins issued has been growing rapidly in recent years. There are more than 130 billion USD in stablecoins in circulation worldwide. The potential uses of stablecoins go beyond cryptocurrency trading to include also global payment systems. Do we need regulations of the stablecoin market to address user protection and financial market stability, or is the market rather better off regulating itself? Can government regulation stop the rapid growth of the stablecoin market, or will it rather inevitably lead to a new ‘offshore financial system’ beyond the control of policymakers? What are the pros and cons of a recent plan by the US Federal Reserve to regulate stablecoins?
What are to best websites (or other media) for keeping up-to-date with regulatory developments and standards? It would be useful to develop a list here, as a resource of the RG community.
I want to measure the impact of changing in laws and regulations on the market capitalization (value) of stock exchange and want to use dummy variables, what is the best model to do that. I mean do I have to measure the interaction and cumulative effect or the single effect of each change?
The "Ease of doing" research is, of late, a hidden phenomenon. The researcher has to work for a firm or an NGO or Government sector, then naturally he/she is bound by the regulations of the funding agency.
Just like Freelance journalist, freelance researcher would be ideal but finance matters.But it is missing. Let's start the discussion
I would like to know are there any regulations or standards for eHMI? As there are many studies considering interaction between AVs and other road users, especially VRUs, I'm curious if there is a unified standard about the way of interaction.
Thanks for your useful insights in advance！
I am making a research on the above topic and would like to know what I should look out for. Topic- Is inconsistency in government policies and poor regulations affecting the aquaculture development in Nigeria?.
The aim of this question is to access/know data on initiatives for governmental regulations of Circular Economy worldwide. I am also interested in local initiatives for CE regulation, whether they exist. Assuming CE as feasible even with no stressing debate on its social aspects and on how do people will be "framed" in this context, I am looking for real governmental contributions towards CE as a public policy, project, action, way of economic transition.
I am currently looking for any FDI or foreign ownership regulations and policies in China as a result of joining WTO. Did they change much long after 2003 (when China joined WTO)? Have those regulations been relaxed in recent years? Or, where can I find related information?
A custom stimulator device is being made for our project which we will use to deliver transcranial electrical stimulation on human brains. The company is well-known and has years of experience with medical deivces, but this particular device is quite new and therefore has no standards or certificates yet.
So my question is which laws or regulations in general are there for using such an untested device on humans for research? Would it be enough for us to have ethics committee approval and subjects' written consent?
I have data pertaining to Life Insurance Profitability and wanted to measure the same before 2010 and after 2010. Main objective was to prove that regulations passed on after 2010 had impacted profitability.
I am trying to write an article in Mongolian on WTO regulations since there is not much information in Mongolian about WTO regulations and how it works. Of course, people already know what WTO is and when Mongolia became a member of it and etc. However, I would like to give Mongolian readers of deep knowledge of WTO regulations and their differences and how and when they apply.
Unethical practices in business constitute a negative aspect of business processes and often generate additional costs for contractors and consumers. On the other hand, the scale of the gray market in the national economy is often correlated with the level of fiscal burdens and the quality of legal regulations regarding the commencement of business activities.
The high share of shadow economy in various branches of the national economy is also lower income from taxes and fees to the central state budget and to local budgets of local government units.
High fiscal burdens and imprecisely formulated legal regulations regarding running a business activity apart from generating a high level of gray economy in the economy may also be a source of unethical practices used in business between contractors or between producers and suppliers of products and services and consumers.
The large scale of the shadow economy in the national economy and the applied unethical practices in business is one of the key factors in the imperfections of the country's economic system.
According to the above, the current question is: Does the scale of occurrence of unethical practices in business correlate with the size of the shadow economy in national economies?
Please, answer, comments. I invite you to the discussion.
Hello, I am wondering whether there is any legal regulation about the duration of the non-compete agreement between influencers and advertisers or not. It is well-known that It is not uncommon for an influencer to work with other companies. Some companies may offer the same or similar products or services. It is crucial for the parties to discuss the exclusivity. If the company requires the influencer to be exclusive, they may require a non-compete agreement. Definitely, this noncompetition should continue during the main agreement. Nonetheless, is there any legal regulation which can indicate that the duration of the noncompetition might be extended after the expiration of the main agreement?
Thanks in advance.
Looking for diverse views on this, particularly in the context of the 2008 financial crisis. Thank you for your responses in advance.
How are governments and private sectors enhancing the transition to the implementation of IoT, are policies/regulations imposed by governments steering towards a positive growth and how does the pandemic affect this development especially in Costa Rica as a case.
hello all, I am trying to run a multiple generators in simulink, but I have some issues with it.
- 1. I have SG-1 with swing bus and SG-2 with PQ control, trying to find out the frequency of the grid when I open/close the breaker in the figure. But I found out that both frequency and grid voltage are not stablized.
- 2. I replaced SG-1 with a 3-ph source, and I found that the freqeucny and grid voltage are finally stablized at 50Hz and nominal voltage.
- So, I am wondering is there any problem with my model? How should I properly set the settings of SGs? And, how should I use regulators for SGs, i.e. governor and exitation system?
What are the differences and similarities between rules and regulations? Also, I need good references (articles/textbook) that illustrate the differences and similarities.
Frequency determines the number of complete displacements of a body from the initial point of rest within the unit of time 1 sec The amplitude of oscillation is the metric magnitude of a periodic motion of a body that oscillates around its initial equilibrium position. The amplitude of the oscillation and the frequency determine the magnitude of the acceleration. The acceleration of a body falling to the ground is 9.81m / sec = 1g To measure the acceleration of the ground reaching below the base of the structure we use (g) eg constructions can withstand 0.50 g for a short time The magnitude of the earthquake is measured by the acceleration that will eventually reach below the base and not by the magnitude of the Richter scale itself. The acceleration that reaches below the base depends on the magnitude of the earthquake, the focal depth, the distance of the structure from the center of the earthquake and the soil conditions between the earthquake and the structure. Duration is called the event time of the earthquake. Acceleration and duration determine the disaster rate. A structure can withstand high acceleration (1/2 g) for a short time or vice versa low acceleration for a long time. The strength of the construction depends on the magnitude of the acceleration, the duration of the earthquake as well as the seismic damping mechanisms available. Each body has a specific frequency that oscillates and it depends on its height. When the ground frequency coincides to be the same as the construction frequency we have the tuning. During the tuning all the energy of the earthquake is transferred on the construction and if the construction does not have seismic damping mechanisms then the oscillation amplitude gradually increases over time, so the construction receives increasing seismic loads until it is destroyed. In today's seismic design, the inelastic displacement of the structures is considered inevitable and they try to mitigate the damage by using various seismic damping mechanisms. In addition to the above, there are too many unbalanced factors that can cause disaster and in most modern seismic structures. The factors that determine the seismic behavior of structures are numerous, and in part probable. 1) The direction of the earthquake is unknown. 2) the exact content of the seismic excitation frequencies is unknown. 3) duration unknown 4) acceleration unknown Even the maximum possible accelerations given by seismologists, and determine the coefficient of seismic design have a probability of exceeding, greater than 10%. The correlation of quantities such as "inertial stresses - damping forces - elastic forces - dynamic construction characteristics - construction ground interaction - forced ground motion" is non-linear and determines the response of structures to the earthquake. According to modern regulations, the seismic design of buildings is based on the requirements of competent cross-sectional design and plasticity. The inevitable inelastic behavior under strong seismic excitation is directed at selected elements and failure mechanisms. Poor design of the sections around the nodes and the limited plasticity of the elements lead to major failures I mentioned all of the above to understand that when a static study is signed the earthquake can destroy you along with the building its people and its contents. Nothing is certain with an earthquake, and this is because when some of the above factors, such as resonance, long duration and high acceleration, coincide, then the inelastic displacement will not be difficult to pass at a breaking point. Conclusion. Today's seismic design is uninterrupted because it can not control deformation. Seismic damping by different mechanisms may help in the smooth absorption of seismic energy, but there is no guarantee that the structure will stand upright. The quality of constructions and their safety is also a function of the economic situation of the countries, among other factors. Understandably, poor countries cannot be compared to countries with strict modern anti-seismic regulations. Here we see that there is a great need to change the seismic design. We need an anti-seismic design that controls deformations regardless of whether we have coordination, long seismic duration and high acceleration, as well as being accessible in poor countries. I believe that the method I propose (pre-tensioning + anchoring to the ground of all sides of the walls with diaphragm function) will increase the response of the structures and reduce the construction costs, because if the construction is stronger than we need then we remove reinforcing steel and bases and drop the cost.
I am currently working on the development of VHF telemetry system for wildlife. I want to know about whether there are any frequency related or any other regulations for tracking the wildlife in India or I can simply design transmitter and receiver at ISM frequencies.
Globally, late payment to construction contractors remain a lingering commercial issue in the construction industry. The problem is exacerbated by array of factors; with huge negative consequences on contractors and other supply chain in the sector (The National Audit Office (NAO) 2018). Recent statistic reveals that there has been substantial increase from 18% to 27% in the number of late-payment cases in the UK construction industry; with over £30 billion of unpaid invoices to Small and Medium-Sized (SMEs) contractors alone. Moreover, 82% of the total unpaid invoices were monies owed to subcontractors by different tiers of construction clients.
Standard forms of contract and various payment regulations exist to checkmate chronic late payments issues that is deep-rooted in the construction sector. Yet, there is hardly evidence or case law that suggest punitive measures against clients that are involved in unfair payment practices. For example, various payment laws such as the Payment Services Regulations 2017, the Late Payment of Commercial Debts Regulation (2013), The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act (2015) and the Public Contract Regulation (2015), etc clearly criminalises defaulters of payment laws.
Conversely, victims of unfair payment practices are often reluctant to seek legal redress; though payment regulations clear stipulate punitive measures against unfair payment practices. Perhaps, withholding payment from contractors is not a financial crime; but a mere industry strategy that benefits both perpetrators and victims. Yet, research that seek to explain the relationship between misconduct (criminality) and business strategy underpinning lingering late payments quandary in the construction sector are scarce.
Thus, the research question: Is late payment to construction contractors a financial crime or magnificent commercial strategy?
I am currently working on a methodology for risk-based design in the field of flood risk management. In order to compare my own ideas with existing regulations (regardless of the technical field of application), I would like to collect existing international regulations.
Therefore, if you know of any standards, technical bulletins and worksheets or guidelines on risk-based construction, please leave me a reference here.
What is meant by bridge or phased drain? What are the conditions for its establishment and what are the services it provides? And how does its establishment differ from the regulations for establishing banks? Is its establishment subject to the Commercial Companies Law? Why? And to any specialized court to consider it?
Data sharing increases utilization of data requiring protection of privacy of the data owner.
There are a number of regulations that try to make sure that data custodians ensure the privacy of data subjects. However, these regulations do not seem to hold during pandemics, not to mention data privacy dangers that arise due to limited effectiveness of privacy systems as well as algorithms' data leaks.
What are the possible dangers of data privacy during corona pandemic that you think of?
I trust this text finds you well and safe.
I am looking for an expert in system dynamics to assess the impact of regulations on innovation.
if so, please contact me for further details
National and international data protocols, laws and regulations
Security of systems that will ensure data security, etc.
I am waiting for your comments and suggestions with a few sentences.
The check dams used as torrent control works have some characteristics - in my opinion - which are neither quite those of retention dams (hydraulic structures) nor quite those of retaining walls. So, taking into account their behavior over their period of existence (50 to 100 years), a short period the check dam works as a hydraulic structure subject of hydrostatic/hydrodynamic pressures. Then, after the upstream sector is completely filled with sediments, it works as retaining wall, perodically submited to floods. I put this question because, verifying such a structure using Eurocode 7 I obtain larger dimensions than using the old global factors of safety. And a more than 100 years of experience shows that economically the last approach is better.
According with the experience and technical regulations in the European countries, are them subject of Eurocode 7 or of some special regulations?
- How does a procurement ethic and also the level of awareness influence compliance of public procurement regulations and procedures on performance of the public sector?
- What is the contribution of supplier training on sustainable compliance of public procurement?
The majority of developing and underdeveloped countries, their citizens, authorities, and governments are in confused states of affairs. Hence failed due to a lack of standards and regulations to address the housing demand in a systematic and well-guided manner. There are uncontrolled gaps between demand vs finance vs availability of resources vs pricing. All these elements are to be improvised and perfected considering the purchase strength of the underprivileged. Formulation of standards is in waiting, though the avenues of gaps are well exposed and clearly identified, except at some microscopic level, the required finer relativities are to be unsurfaced to help logically connect the gaps. Third-world countries in essence are in a dire need to adopt regulatory standards to address various elements in urbanization to meet housing demand considering the indispensable studies required on environmental impact.
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In the light of my experience, it is being observed on all the working platforms, that I did not experience complaints (formally/informally) not coming from both sides, except maybe very few. None of the regulations or policies proven to be perfect in resolving and/or troubleshooting the issues to a recognizable percentage of satisfaction for both the parties, hence cause the impact on productivity negatively. It is probably due to the missing of some reasonable triggers yet to be incorporated in the strategies of human resource management. This issue seems to be addressed by a group of social scientists from different parts of the world utilizing their respective experiences and data support.
With widespread, multinational, accelerated adoption, the pace of adoption of AI and cognitive technology continues unabated. AI adoption by companies and organizations continues to increase, as seen by a recent survey showing progress in each of AI's seven trends.
As current rules and laws fail to cope with new problems, however, with this increase in adoption comes restrictions and limitations on scientific researches, Are those regulations affecting the research community from your own point of view ?
improve the efficiency of business processes, the demands of compliance regulations and the desire to deliver new services
I want to study the knowledge-action gap of drivers at pedestrian crossings by looking at why they do the things they do despite the knowledge they have on pedestrian crossing regulations. I aim at using Observations and Interviews to conduct this study. Now to my problem:
1. Do I interview drivers I observe violating the regulations on their knowledge on these regulations?
2. Do I observe violators' actions and interview a different group of drivers on their knowledge of the regulations?
I hope I made sense here. Please help
Blockchain could be used to cope with increasingly complex electric power systems. Because the electric power sector is highly regulated, policymakers will play a crucial role in determining how much of blockchain’s potential can be realised. In order to effectively regulate blockchain, policymakers should first invest in understanding it.
Can we think of decentralized way (using technology and policy adoption) of using this technology. If yes, what could be the possible impacts??
Hello. I'm an undergraduate senior student studying materials science.
While doing my winter internship in my department's lab, Ni/Al reactive multilayer has captured my mind. I think its potential as a brand-new kind of heat source is amazing, and I'm planning to do some experiments with it.
So I'm looking forward to make some Ni/Al reactive multilayer(which is the most popularly researched example in reactive multilayer systems) through magnetron sputtering, and check its heat value.
As reactive multilayers generate great heat and light, I'm thinking that masks and gloves for high temperatures are necessary. But I couldn't find any safe regulations while handling those reactive multilayers.
Are there any safety regulations while handling Ni/Al reactive multilayers? Or is it okay to move on without hesitation, as the multilayer system's scale is normally small?
I would also appreciate your tips or cautions about handling reactive multilayers. As this is my first 'Do-It-Myself' experiment, I'm really being careful about it.
Thanks for reading. Plz give any advices to this materials science experiment newbie!
Hi Community members:
I want to do a high-throughput screening to differentiate human iPSC into oligodendrocyte. So is there any human iPSC line fused with oligodendrocyte marker, like MYRF (myelin regulating factor), O4? I, of Couse, can make it by my own. However, it will take several months. I am wondering if there is any lines that are already available. Thank you!
Dear all! When speaking with some farmers, I entered, that in some cases the application of growth regulators designed for reducing stem length and prevent lodging may have negative effect of wheat yield. However, I cannot find any scientific papers proving this. Could you provide any suggestion? Michał
My company Planet Biotechnologies Inc is interested in two areas of research with respect to the COVID-19 pandemic. Firstly, the role of mitochondrial dysfunction in innate and acquired immunity in COVID-19 infection and how clinical outcomes might be improved (both in terms of severity and duration of illness) by a nutraceutical cocktail made up of active ingredients that have been shown previously in the literature to have broad-spectrum antiviral activity and that satisfy GRASE regulations and thus could be brought to the clinic very rapidly. Secondly, we are interested in drugs already in clinical use that might be repurposed to exploit the high uracil content of the virus with a special interest in those that target DHODH. Side-effects of the drugs include immunosuppression that might be ameliorated by co-administration of dCytd, dUrd and/or dThyd.
I'm particularly interested in the legal debate on this topic, that is, how were the regulations evaluated as presenting feasible strategies, viable procedures and methods for a successful implementation.
I am working on my spring semester lesson plans for classes on Environmental Law and Policy.
I am looking for a good example of a concept that will be presented.
One of the objections that intelligent conservatives make to our current system of environmental laws (at least in the United States) is that it does not balance technical expertise and democratic accountability. They argue that only trained technocrats with specialized knowledge are qualified to write regulations but everyone in a democracy must have the right to participate in the process.
Of course when a new regulation is proposed, there is a comment period and the agency proposing the regulation makes every effort to engage stakeholders. The intelligent conservative often believes that these measures are not sufficient, hence the objections.
So, can anyone suggest a situation where technocratic expertise and democratic accountability have been in a legitimate conflict?
The conservatives will argue that there are plenty of examples of regulatory over reach.
Compact fluorescent light bulbs? They save 75% of the electricity used for lighting
Can't drive my car on the beach anymore? Nesting seabirds are an important part of the ecosystem
Can't build my new house within 300 feet of a creek? Ever hear of runoff pollution?
Every example I try to find for my lesson plans seems to suggest that There Is No Such Thing As Regulatory Over Reach.....or perhaps it would be politically neutral to say that the vast majority regulations are promulgated for very good reasons. And furthermore, the agency proposing the regulation has had its power conferred by the legislative branch.
There must be a good example where an environmental regulation has come into a legitimate conflict with the democratic process.
Full disclosure, I am of course a tree-hugging, Union Dues paying lifelong Democrat. (Maybe that is why I am struggling with this question)
Happy Thanksgiving to the members in the United States,
We are doing an international survey of how wind turbines and wind turbine noise are addressed by planning authorities and states around the world. What are the guidelines or regulations in your states? In particular, do they only address:
- Residential areas
- Other areas where people work or stay?
- Protected areas?
- Wildlife habitats?
- Certain species/ecosystems?
Official documents, articles or links would be very much appreciated.
I am looking for standard regulations related to dust exposures for countries:
Searching for provincial and/or government regulations regarding mental health facilities, I found that not many apply to privately operated mental health clinics. What is your opinion on this? How do you think these regulations affect client care?
I would like to inquire whether there are official regulations (FDA, EMA, ICH) for the quality attributes required for nanocarriers designed for biologics delivery.
Majority of policies, rules and regulations are imposed for a whole economy without paying attentions to different residential sectors. As a result predicted growth may not be attainable. Even predicted growth is attained it is not sustainable.
For Rosa damascene micropropagation, Use of Which Growth Regulators is to Increase the Number of Shoots Extracted from the Stem Node?
I'm looking for standardisations and regulations for open data provided by german/european cities.
To be more specific, I'm looking for standards, which portals like this (https://www.offenedaten-koeln.de/dataset/verkehrskalender-der-stadt-k%C3%B6ln/field_tags/transport-und-verkehr-52?sort_by=changed) are build upon.
I'm especially looking for standards, that regulate city traffic data, how they are stored, how they can be received (hopefully in near future), and how the stored information can be linked to common road transport network specifications.
If there are standards, i would appreciate if you could point me in the right direction.
Thank you very much.
I'm looking for guidelines and regulations on how to select materials for use in H2S-containing enviroments. I'm using ISO 15156 (Petroleum, petrochemical, and natural gas industries — Materials for use in H2S-containing environments in oil and gas production) as a reference, but the applications I'm looking for are less of "handling H2S" and more of "H2S is present as a polutant", such as pulp and paper industries, sewage plants, garbage dumps, animal shelters, and geothermal plants.
I need to use some statements from EU regulations in my paper. I'm not sure if I should paraphrase them or bring the exact sentences in quotation marks since they are regulations?
can I administer the test to my participants without obtaining a license? where do I go and find out the regulations in governing this?
Hi, I have studied in small molecule which decrease phosphorylation of STAT3 in cancer cells.
I found that this small molecule decrease entirely the phosphorylation of STAT3 in 5 minutes.
But phosphorylation of STAT3 regulators such as JAK, Src didn't change in 5 minutes.
Do you know about any STAT3 regulators can work early in 5 minutes?
Thanks to read my question and I welcome any answers about it.
Calcium is considered important,with vitamin D, While the function of vitamin D in regulating calcium homeostasis is well established, there has been growing interest in its role in the prevention of numerous chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease (CVD). There is mounting epidemiological evidence suggesting that vitamin D deficiency is linked to increased CVD risk. However, the results of previous vitamin D supplementation trials have yielded mixed results in regards to cardiovascular health, and the results of on-going large-scale randomized controlled trials are not yet available. Further complicating the issue, calcium supplementation, which is often prescribed concurrently with vitamin D, has been associated with increased CVD risk in some (but not all) studies. Thus, it is currently unclear whether vitamin D supplements, particularly for those that are deficient, can help prevent the development of CVD. In addition, there has not been uniform consensus regarding the threshold of 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels that constitutes “sufficiency” across organizational guidelines. This review will provide an update on the most recent evidence regarding the effects of vitamin D and calcium supplements on CVD clinical outcomes, summarize ongoing vitamin D trials, so why calcium is still important?
There are many ways the scuba diving sector can actively participate in MPA management, in all MPA governance types recognized by the CBD (gov-gov, co-managed, private, community-based). In less participative frameworks, the sector is just consulted eventually or even only informed about new regulations. I'm searching for more descriptions in the literature on any of those situations. Any suggestions?
The soaring of gig economy does not usually take into account the working conditions of workers, generally considered as contractors which clears the responsabilities of the platform into the occupational risks of workers.
Examples of that situation in the following papers:
Conference Paper Regulating the OSH impact on online platform economy (OSHA S...
Any other examples of works dedicated to that issue?
I wish to connect a 500w 24V DC motor to solar panels, without using any battery. The rated current of motor is 27.6A.
I have two solar panels with 24V and 325 watt ratings.The 'maximum power current' and 'maximum power voltage' of the panels are in the range of 7.15 - 9.55 A and 27.05 - 30.15 V , respectively.
1. Will it work if I connect these two panels in parallel to develop 24 V with 20A current.
2. What kind of accessories/regulators/controllers will be required to be placed in between panel and motor.
Hope you are all doing well. I am very new to synthetic biology, and have a very silly question. I would like to have a tight, promoter regulating the expression of a guide RNA, somebody suggested me to try PRhaB, rhamnose inducible promoter. However, the plasmid that I have right now contains a arabinose-inducible promoter, PBad regulating the expression of another protein. I am just curious is it possible to have both PBad and PRhaB regulating the expression of different proteins/RNA in a single plasmid expression system, would it crosstalk or cause leakiness in either of the expression system. Also, I should mention that I do not aim to induce both PBAD and PRhaB at the same time. Thanks
For 2016, the share of coal in the global primary energy supply is 27.11%. According to the estimates of IEA, this share will be 27.05% in 2025, 25.06% in 2030 and 24.32% in 2040. How coal production and consumption are influenced by environmental regulations, clean combustion technologies, international oil and gas competition, costs, etc. what do you think?
We are setting up a small scale setup for a domestic hot water system. I wish to inquire about some commercial automated valves that we can use for regulating the flow of tap water.
Additionally if Lab View could be setup, that would be much better.
Your project is very important and will definitely be used in future building regulations all over World
I read you paper 'Absolute quantification of cohesin, CTCF
and their regulators in human cells' recently, and I am interesting in the iFRAP experiment in your paper. I notice that you chose 19 cells for each condition, and I want to know the method you treat this 19 cells. You bleach 19 cells at same time and record the recovery rate that only need 2 hours, or bleaching cell one by one that will take at least 38 hours?
does anybody know which are (or where to find) the allowable limits for P,K,S,Ca,Mg,Na,heavy metals in the fertilizer calcium-ammonium-nitrate (CAN), according to European regulations?
Thank you in advance,