NIH to lift Duke sanctions stemming from misconduct

The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) plans to lift sanctions it placed on Duke University more than 1.5 years ago following concerns about how the school responded to recent cases of misconduct. In a memo today to faculty and staff obtained by Retraction Watch, Lawrence Carin, Duke vice president for research wrote: Yesterday the„NIH to lift Duke sanctions stemming from misconduct“ weiterlesen

Podcast 40: My Private Equity Rolodex

In this episode, Drew shares his favorite resources and private equity investment contacts. Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher EXCLUSIVE RESOURCE: Prefer to read rather than listen? the text transcribe from this episode. Highlights A few names to file away and pull-out when you’re looking to sell Links / Resources Brian Colton, Brooklyn-Equity Carson Biederman, Digital Fuel Capital„Podcast 40: My Private Equity Rolodex“ weiterlesen

Chinese spy defects to Australia, alleging election interference and cybercrimes

A purported agent of the Chinese intelligence service is seeking asylum in Australia, bringing with him explosive allegations of widespread interference in political affairs in that country, Taiwan and elsewhere. He claims also to have run a cyberterrorism campaign against supporters of Hong Kong independence. Wang “William” Liqiang indicated to Australian news outlet The Age„Chinese spy defects to Australia, alleging election interference and cybercrimes“ weiterlesen

Help needed: HitBTC Restricted

A friend of mine was recently locked out of his HitBTC account and I'm looking for any suggestions or advice you all may provide. Here's his situation: I thought I could use HitBTC without verification on an old account I had if I withdrew under 1 BTC. I requested a withdrawal and now they are„Help needed: HitBTC Restricted“ weiterlesen

Weekend reads: Double-dipping with industry funding; a bully is rehired; organized crime scholar charged with money laundering

Before we present this week’s Weekend Reads, a question: Do you enjoy our weekly roundup? If so, we could really use your help. Would you consider a tax-deductible donation to support Weekend Reads, and our daily work? Thanks in advance. The week at Retraction Watch featured: A look at why an infamous paper on autism and„Weekend reads: Double-dipping with industry funding; a bully is rehired; organized crime scholar charged with money laundering“ weiterlesen

ArcoLinux Eases the Way for the Arch-Curious User

ArcoLinux is a big change for the better for anyone switching from another Linux distro to the Arch infrastructure. ArcoLinux previously was known as „ArchMerge Linux.“ It is a rolling update distribution based on Arch Linux, but it offers an unusual learning path to make assimilating into the Arch architecture a more pleasant experience. ArcoLinux„ArcoLinux Eases the Way for the Arch-Curious User“ weiterlesen

FCC finalizes ban on Huawei and ZTE equipment in Universal Service Fund

Enlarge (credit: Huawei) The Federal Communications Commission today voted unanimously to ban Huawei and ZTE equipment in projects paid for by the FCC's Universal Service Fund (USF). The ban initially affects future projects paid for by the USF and the use of federal funding to maintain existing equipment. But the FCC is also taking public„FCC finalizes ban on Huawei and ZTE equipment in Universal Service Fund“ weiterlesen