The New York Times
· ‘Stage: The Culinary Internship’ Review: Apprentices With Eclectic Appetites →
Considering the imagination underlying Mugaritz’s cuisine, “Stage” takes a disappointingly conventional approach.
· No One Is Telling Americans How to Reopen Their Lives →
Several provinces in Canada have issued guidance on “double bubbles,” a similar approach for social, rather than sexual, contact.
· Quant Strategies For A Volatile Market (Video) →
We speak with Ruerd Heeg about his quantitative approach and what opportunities he is finding.
The New York Times
· Why the U.S. May Remove Hong Kong's 'Special Status' →
It would make Mr. Trump look tough on China ahead of November’s election, an approach he has taken to divert attention away from the U.S. government’s stumbles in addressing the coronavirus outbreak.
· COVID rules eased in NSW: 20 people at weddings, 50 at funerals →
Health Minister Brad Hazzard said extensive COVID-19 outbreaks in places of worship and among choirs overseas highlighted the importance of the government’s cautious approach to easing restrictions.
· Exit made easy for e-NPS subscribers: National Pension System to provide online option →
They have to approach the Bank-Point of Presence (POP) to get his withdrawal request processed by shifting his NPS account through Inter-Sector shifting (ISS) from ‘e NPS’ to the ‘Bank- POP.
· Joint effort to develop whole-genome sequencing for patients with acute leukemia →
A new study has been initiated to evaluate whole-genome and RNA-sequencing as a first-line diagnostic approach for patients in Sweden with acute leukemia.
· Uber's trashing of JUMP electric bikes stirs outrage →
What they’re saying: “We explored donating the remaining, older-model bikes, but given many significant issues — including maintenance, liability, safety concerns, and a lack of consumer-grade charging equipment — we decided the best approach was to responsibly recycle them,” an Uber spokesperson said in a statement.
· New calls to curtail tech's targeted political advertising →
Where it stands: The three leading social media firms all took divergent approaches on political ad targeting in policies they announced following sustained pressure that began last year to crack down on misinformation in campaign ads.
· Turning on the ‘off switch’ in cancer cells →
In the paper, the researchers speculate how a combination of both approaches simultaneously might offer an even more powerful one-two punch—potentially helping to overcome cancer’s ability to evolve to thwart a singular approach.