DD Suite Reporting

DD Suite Reporting

Hi, my name is Paul Jarvis and I’m going to take you through the next portion of the grantee orientation. This section of the orientation is going to review the periodic reporting requirements in the DD Suite 5.0. To that, I’m actually going to back out of our powerpoint here, and take you to the […]

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People Also Ask (GAME)

People Also Ask (GAME)

( music playing )Hello for watching this part of the show. Hello. Okay, Google, you’ve heard of that. I have, yeah, I do it a lot, the verb. They got this new feature called People Also Ask, so that when you ask a question into Google they let you know other questions that people have […]

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Amylase: Chemistry in its Element

Amylase: Chemistry in its Element

The Chemistry in its Element podcast: Curious tales of chemical compounds This week, Brian Clegg breaks down an enzyme to make it easier to digest The ‘ase’ ending to ‘amylase’ singles it out as an enzyme, a complex organic catalyst usually a protein. This naming convention was begun by French chemists Anselme Payen and Jean-Francois […]

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MCAT Mnemonic: Most Electronegative Elements (Ep. 9)

MCAT Mnemonic: Most Electronegative Elements (Ep. 9)

Hey, welcome back to another MCAT Mnemonic Monday. My name is Ken and I’m an MCAT expert with MedSchoolCoach. Today, we have another general chemistry mnemonic for you and it’s on the most electronegative elements. As you recall, electronegativity is a measure of an atom’s ability to attract electrons to itself. We often consider electronegativity […]

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ENG19041509 Reporting Intrastat

ENG19041509 Reporting Intrastat

Depending on your company size and your location in the world, you might have to report Intrastat to your local authorities. While if in Denmark, we have to report to Danish Statistic every month and somebody in our company is doing that every month. And the reporting is per item, per country, meaning for all […]

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