The Oil Demand Crisis | The Corona Correction | Refinitiv

The Oil Demand Crisis | The Corona Correction | Refinitiv

Welcome to the Corona Correction Series in association with Refinitiv, I’m your host, Roger Hirst. In many ways, it was oil that was the canary in the coal mine. Even U.S. equity markets were showing strength in February. Commodities, and particularly oil, where demand is driven by the real economy, continued to fall, indicating that […]

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GCE Mathematics (9MA0) Examination Papers Delivery Information

GCE Mathematics (9MA0) Examination Papers Delivery Information

Hello, my name is Hayley White and I am Pearson UK’s Assessment Director. Over the last 6 months we have been working hard to review and refine our secure delivery processes. We do appreciate that malpractice is very exceptional. It represents 0.02% of all students entered for exams. However we are committed to ensuring we […]

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Mt. San Jacinto College | Graduation Information 2020

Mt. San Jacinto College | Graduation Information 2020

Congratulations! You made it. Graduation is exciting, but sometimes the details and logistics of getting there can be daunting. Here are a few things you should know in order to make the day go as smooth as possible. I’ve broken the information down into two sections: Information for you, the graduate, and information for your […]

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Graphene ‘Wonder Material’ Can Now Be Made Using TRASH

Graphene is cool stuff. The single-atom thick layer of carbon has a number of properties that make it almost endlessly useful. Because of all the neat tricks it can do, it’s popularly dubbed a “wonder material,” but over a decade and a half after it was first isolated, the only thing I’m wondering is: where […]

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The Race to Mars in 2020

The Race to Mars in 2020

Mars is our next-door neighbor, and yet… we almost never visit. We sent the InSight lander in 2018, an orbiter and lander combo in 2016, and two orbiters before that in 2013. Basically one or two missions every couple of years or so. But in July of 2020, humans are launching four separate missions to […]

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