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Finehafo’ou Malohifo'ou is poses after his graduation in 2018. He was not allowed to wear a single lei or his ta'ovala cloth to represent his Tongan heritage while receiving his diploma from Westlake High School.

Tale of two graduations: Student’s mother asked to take off her cultural clothes talks about “no lei policy”

Finehafo’ou Malohifo’ou posing after graduation in 2018. He was not allowed to wear any lei or ta’oval clothing to represent his Tongan heritage when he graduated from Westlake High School. (Sarah Malohifou) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes SALT LAKE – Sarah Malohifu and several other family members prepared their daughter Isa Malohifu for graduation at …

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Robotics has changed Industry 4.0;  How will Industry 4.0 change robotics?

Robotics has changed Industry 4.0; How will Industry 4.0 change robotics?

New robotics technologies have become one of the most significant factors influencing the start of the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0. Now, new computing technologies such as industrial IoT devices and artificial intelligence algorithms are likely to have a greater impact on the industry. It is likely that these technologies will also have a …

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How a Bollywood experience can strengthen the cultural ties that link Saudi Arabia and India

How a Bollywood experience can strengthen the cultural ties that link Saudi Arabia and India

DUBAI: Film and entertainment cooperation is expected to play a pivotal role in the promising new era of cross-industry cooperation between Saudi Arabia and India as part of their strategic partnership. Barely four years after the resumption of film screenings in the Kingdom, the driving forces behind India’s multibillion-dollar Hindi film industry, better known as …

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American doctors double the risk of postpartum depression

American doctors double the risk of postpartum depression

According to new survey results presented at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) 2022 Annual Meeting, one in four new mothers who are physicians experience postpartum depression, twice as many as in the general population. The results of the poll were not bleak. More than three-quarters (78%) of new mothers reported reaching their …

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Military deployment linked to increased risk of COPD

Military deployment linked to increased risk of COPD

Clinicians evaluating patients’ occupational history should take into account military service, given that a review of US military veteran lists has revealed an increased risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The researchers found that 44% of veterans were exposed to inorganic dust. The study by Paul Blank, MD, and colleagues has been published online …

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Pass the Kabsa podcast introduces Saudi Arabian culture with hip-hop influences

Pass the Kabsa podcast introduces Saudi Arabian culture with hip-hop influences

RIYADH: In the heart of Saudi Arabia’s capital, three millennial men rhythmically unzip several black bags, pull out their lighting equipment and cameras to set up their podcast, almost like a silent synchronized dance. With one hand on the microphone and ear to the ground, the Pass the Kabsa (PTK) podcast has been providing commentary …

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Should companies hire according to the culture?  Yes, but how about calling it a value match

Should companies hire according to the culture? Yes, but how about calling it a value match

This is a weekly career newsletter. If you are reading this online or someone emailed you this newsletter, you can subscribe to Globe Careers and all Globe newsletters. here. Radhika Panjwani is a former Toronto journalist and blogger. When academic Kyle Brickman co-founded TalentFit, a tech startup that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to …

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BOF-86 Researcher in collaborative robotics and human-machine interaction for Industry 4.0, working at TYNDALL NATIONAL INSTITUTE

BOF-86 Researcher in collaborative robotics and human-machine interaction for Industry 4.0, working at TYNDALL NATIONAL INSTITUTE

BOF-86 Researcher in Collaborative Robotics and Human-Machine Interaction for Industry 4.0 Contract: full time / fixed term Role Description The Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) Group at the National Tyndall Institute, University College Cork is currently hiring Postdoctoral fellow in the field of collaborative robotic systems in Industry 4.0. The National Tyndall Institute is a world …

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