Background

Microwaves are actually a segment of the electromagnetic wave spectrum,
which comprises forms of energy that move through space, generated by the
interaction of electric and magnetic fields. The spectrum is commonly
broken into subgroups determined by the different wavelengths (or
frequencies) and emission, transmission, and absorption behaviors of
various types of waves. From longest to shortest wavelengths, the spectrum
includes electric and radio waves, microwaves, infrared (heat) radiation,
visible light, ultraviolet radiation, X-rays, gamma rays, and
electromagnetic cosmic rays. Microwaves have frequencies between
approximately .11 and 1.2 inches (0.3 and 30 centimeters).

Microwaves themselves are used in many different applications such as
telecommunication products, radar detectors, wood curing and drying, and
medical treatment of certain diseases. However, certain of their
properties render them ideal for cooking, by far the most common use of
microwave energy. Microwaves can pass through plastic, glass, and paper
materials; metal surfaces reflect them,

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The Columbus, Ohio-based company filed for Chapter 11 late Sunday, saying Covid-19 “created significant challenges” and that the move is “necessary.” Washington Prime secured $100 million in new funding to support its day-to-day operations so it can “continue in the ordinary course without interruption.”

“The company’s financial restructuring will enable Washington Prime to right size its balance sheet and position the company for success going forward,” said CEO Lou Conforti. “During the financial restructuring, we will continue to work toward maximizing the value of our assets and our operating infrastructure.”

Shares of Washington Prime (WPG) plunged as much as 55% in early trading. The stock is down 60% for the year.

Temporary closures and relaxation of rent to some of its tenants were the causes of the bankruptcy. Washington Prime, which warned this move was coming in recent regulatory filings, said it’s using Chapter 11 to “implement a

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 Kendall Yards is already home to several restaurants, from one of our favorite breakfast hangouts Yards Brucheon to couple of Indaba Coffee locations to Baba, a Mediterrian inspired restaurant that Chef Adam Hegsted recently opened in the former Wandering Table space and more.

But, three more places are planned to be opening in the near future in the Kendall Yards area, so be sure to mark your calendars. Here’s what to be watching for….

Crepe Cafe Sisters

After spending the last couple of years operating out of food trucks and dashing around to all kinds of events, Crepe Cafe Sisters is taking the leap later this week into a new brick & mortar restaurant. With both sweet and savory crepes on the menu this new restaurant is planning their grand opening of Friday, May 14th from 8am-4pm in their newly created space 441 N. Nettleton, next to Indaba Coffee /

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NEW YORK, May 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — T-Mobile USA, Inc. informed the National Advertising Division (NAD) of BBB National Programs that it has permanently discontinued challenged claims made in connection with its TVision Live service, including that TVision Live is half the price of cable and allows customers to watch “only what you want.” During the proceeding, the advertiser informed NAD that the TVision Live service has been discontinued and, as a result, the challenged claims were also permanently discontinued, including:

Express Claims:

  • “Half the price of cable TV.”
  • “Will you save money? Save half!”
  • “Cut the cord on cable with TVision. See why TVision services are the right alternative to cable. Save money, watch only what you want, make changes to your subscription we’ve got the answer to your cable problem.”
  • “Can you watch what you want? Of Course! With TVision services, you control what you watch.”
  • “With
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MIAMI: LLYC has acquired performance and digital marketing consulting firm Apache, which specializes in contributing to the transformation and growth of its clients’ businesses.

This deal allows LLYC to extend the services of its Deep Digital Business unit, which develops data analytics, deep learning and influence and digital marketing “to help clients harness the disruption caused by exponential technologies in the field of communications,” LLYC said in a statement. 

The three founding partners of Apache, Jesus Moradillo, David Martin and Luis Manuel Nuñez, will continue to run the agency’s business. They will work with LLYC chief strategy and innovation officer Adolfo Corujo and his team to incorporate their services into the firm’s evolving value proposition, which involves using innovations in corporate communications, public affairs and marketing in all its operations.

Apache will work independently for a time, maintaining its brand but identifying as part of LLYC. The long-term vision is

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The applicants felt “deprived of the use of a public open space where they could visit and be close to nature by using the space for recreation purposes”.

  • The City of Johannesburg has been ordered to take steps to prevent Dragon City and Anchor Projects, or any other person, from utilising Erf 56 in Crown North township for commercial or industrial activity, or as a parking lot.
  • The Gauteng High Court delivered the judgment this week.
  • Dragon City and Anchor Projects used the piece of land as an overflow parking space.

The Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg has ordered the City of Johannesburg to take steps to prevent Dragon City Wholesale Mall and Anchor Projects from utilising Erf 56 in Crown North township for any commercial or industrial activity, or as a parking lot.

On Wednesday, the High Court ordered the City to ensure that the use of the

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A few years ago, the 21st century was often seen as the century of light. In fact, photonics has conquered our daily life: It is the technology that is in the core of a fast internet, and it enables such popular products as smartphones, to name but a few examples. Steve Anderson, Director, Industry Development at SPIE, presented a view of photonics markets that took a wider perspective of photonics as an enabling technology for large parts of our economy. In his systematics, he focuses on the photonics value chain, distinguishing four levels:

  • Level 1: Components (e.g., imaging chips, lamps, and lenses)
  • Level 2: Photonic products (e.g., imaging subassemblies, displays, and LED lamps)
  • Level 3: Enabled products (e.g., smartphones and autonomous vehicles)
  • Level 4: Enabled services (e.g., cloud computing, e-commerce, and video streaming)

It is obvious that economic figures derived from these four levels differ severely from the figures for

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TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cybin Inc. (NEO:CYBN) (OTCQB:CLXPF) (“Cybin” or the “Company”), a biotechnology company focused on progressing psychedelic therapeutics, today announced that it has successfully demonstrated Proof of Concept for its deuterated tryptamine programs, CYB003 and CYB004, for the treatment of depression and addiction.

Multiple long-acting psychedelic treatments have been granted Breakthrough Therapy Designation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”). However, these potential treatments produce psychedelic effects that can last for extended periods of time, presenting challenges to patient access and potentially to payer reimbursement. To overcome these scalability issues, Cybin is working to optimize the duration of action of its treatments through the selective deuteration of several short-acting psychedelic tryptamines.

“This Proof-of-Concept data provides strong support for progressing Cybin’s drug development candidates, CYB003 and CYB004, towards investigational new drug (“IND”) filings with the FDA,” stated Doug Drysdale, CEO of Cybin.

An evaluation of

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As the second wave of COVID-19 has struck with a devastating impact throughout the country, with cases rising continuously, there is an urgent need to ramp up the production of Covaxin and Covishield through voluntary licensing, said Sanjay Aggarwal, President, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in a press statement.

Voluntary Licensing refers to the authorisation given by the patent holder to a third party to manufacture and sell the patented product on the basis of mutually agreed terms.

The second wave of COVID-19 pandemic is spreading faster than the first wave and affecting almost every household in India. At this critical juncture there is a need to urgently provide licensing of production of Covaxin, Covishield and Sputnik, said Aggarwal.

He stated that compulsory licensing is another way of granting a license by the Government to a third party to use the patent, however, this may not be

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