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About Stephen
Stephen ROSS is a journalist based in Tokyo, Japan.
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Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast)
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Quantum monodromy in NCNCS – direct experimental confirmation

04 Apr 2024  |  pubs.rsc.org
Quantum monodromy in NCNCS has been directly confirmed through experimental campaigns at the Canadian Light Source synchrotron, without relying on theoretical models. The Generalised SemiRigid Bender (GSRB) model's predictions from 2005 have been validated, with only minor adjustments needed to fit the new data. This research builds on the initial confirmation by B. P. Winnewisser and colleagues, demonstrating the GSRB model's effectiveness in extracting quantum energy level information from rotational data.

Andretti Global Is One Step Closer to Racing in Formula 1

03 Oct 2023  |  fanbuzz.com
Andretti Global has secured approval from the FIA to proceed to the next stage of the application process to join Formula 1. The team, led by Michael Andretti, has partnered with General Motors to supply Cadillac-badged engines. Despite the FIA's approval, Andretti Global must still gain the consent of Liberty Media and pay a $200 million entrance fee. The current F1 teams, particularly Ferrari, Mercedes, and Red Bull, have expressed opposition to the grid expansion, fearing earnings dilution. F1's popularity is on the rise, with three races in the U.S. this year, and the addition of Andretti could further boost its popularity. F1 now faces a decision that could impact the sport's growth trajectory.

Hydrogen Compression - Prospects & Challenges

03 Oct 2023  |  Turbomachinery Magazine
Hydrogen compression is essential for the decarbonized energy market, particularly for long-term energy storage and transportation. The article discusses the challenges and prospects of hydrogen compression, highlighting the need for efficient design and technology adaptation. Reciprocating and centrifugal compressors are identified as viable options, with each having specific advantages and limitations. The text emphasizes the importance of evaluating compressor technologies based on application requirements, cost, and durability. Key considerations include hydrogen purity, pressure ratios, and the adaptability of compressors to different hydrogen content levels.

Private Funds Radar - September 2023

07 Sep 2023  |  www.mondaq.com
The article provides a comprehensive update on recent developments affecting private funds globally. Key highlights include the SEC's adoption of new private fund adviser rules in the US, which impose additional reporting and compliance obligations. The US Government's new Outbound Investment Program aims to restrict investments in China, Hong Kong, and Macao to curb advancements in Chinese military technology. In the UK, the FCA has raised concerns about the greenwashing potential of sustainability-linked loans, and there are proposed reforms to UK stamp duty. The EU has reached a provisional agreement on AIFMD II, introducing new regimes and reporting requirements. Additionally, the JFSC in Jersey has launched consultations on amendments to its AML/CFT/CPF Handbook and a new outsourcing policy. The Australian Treasury has published draft legislation extending licensing exemptions for foreign financial services providers.

SEC's New Private Fund Adviser Rules: A 3-Minute Guide for Non-US Investment Advisers

23 Aug 2023  |  www.mondaq.com
On 23 August 2023, the SEC adopted its final Private Fund Adviser Rules, significantly updating the regulation of private fund advisers in the US. The rules include five regulations with varying applications based on the adviser's registration status, domicile, and the location of the private funds. Non-US advisers with non-US domiciled funds are largely exempt, except for the Written Annual Review Rule if registered with the SEC. The regulations will impact the private funds market in the US, influencing investor expectations and potentially necessitating compliance for non-US advisers to continue fundraising in the US. The rules will take effect 60 days after publication in the Federal Register, with transitional deadlines for compliance ranging from 12 to 18 months.

Art of the Kill: Designing and Testing Viral Inactivation Procedures for Highly Pathogenic Negative Sense RNA Viruses

19 Jul 2023  |  MDPI
The study outlines the design and testing of viral inactivation procedures for highly pathogenic negative sense RNA viruses, including Ebola, Nipah, and Lassa viruses. It emphasizes the importance of adhering to biosafety regulations and provides a detailed workflow for chemical and physical inactivation methods. The study validates the effectiveness of TRIzol, TRIzol LS, aldehyde fixation, and heat inactivation, offering solutions to challenges such as cytotoxicity and precise parameter definition. It also includes templates for documentation required for regulatory approval, ensuring safe handling and transfer of inactivated materials from high-containment laboratories.

Marine vet Daniel Penny will be charged over fatal subway chokehold

12 May 2023  |  Mail Online
Marine veteran Daniel Penny is set to be charged with second-degree manslaughter for the death of Jordan Neely, a homeless man, following a subway chokehold incident. Penny's attorneys argue that the death was unforeseen and unintended, and they are confident he will be cleared of any wrongdoing. The case has sparked protests and criticism from left-wing politicians, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who labeled the incident as murder. Neely's family has expressed anger over Penny's initial release without charges. The incident has highlighted issues related to mental health and public safety on New York City's subways.

The Biggest Retirement Risk Most People Aren’t Aware Of

27 Jan 2020  |  Forbes
Retirement timing risk, also known as sequence risk, is a significant concern for retirees, particularly because it is difficult to predict the stock market's performance upon retirement. The article explains that while average returns are important during the asset accumulation phase, the sequence of returns becomes crucial when retirees start withdrawing from their investments. Poor market performance just before or early in retirement can severely impact the longevity of retirement assets. The article suggests mitigating this risk by reevaluating investment exposure, considering alternatives to the stock market, and working with a financial advisor to create a custom income plan.

Catalyst Capital Group Inc. v. VimpelCom Ltd.: A Consideration Of 'Obiter' And Obiter Commentary On Appellate Review

01 Oct 2019  |  www.mondaq.com
The Ontario Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal by Catalyst Capital Group Inc. regarding their failed attempt to purchase Wind Mobile Group from VimpelCom Ltd. The court addressed legal concepts such as issue estoppel, cause of action estoppel, and abuse of process, and provided significant commentary on the definitions of 'obiter' and the scope of appellate review. The court's interpretation broadens the scope of what is considered binding judicial precedent and suggests a greater scope of review for administrative tribunals, which may alter future appellate reviews.
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