“Defect” in the news
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· Volkswagen resumes deliveries of Golf 8 after software fix →
Union officials had criticised the defect as one of a string of management lapses that had damaged the carmaker's reputation and put jobs at risk.
· Haima Therapeutics licenses synthetic platelet technology from Case Western Reserve University for hemostatic therapy →
The lead technology that has been licensed—and is the focus of research and development by Haima—is called SynthoPlate: a platelet-inspired, injectable technology to mitigate bleeding in patients with bleeding dysfunctions after traumatic injury, in surgery or postpartum hemorrhage, and bleeding risks in patients with platelet and coagulation defects.
· Kingsoft Cloud Holdings' (KC) CEO Yulin Wang on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Before we begin, I like to remind you that this conference contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 as amended and as defect in the U.S.
· Living near oil and gas wells linked to low birthweight in babies →
The findings, published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives, add to a growing body of evidence linking proximity to oil and gas wells to a variety of adverse birth outcomes, including premature birth, heart defects and low birthweight.
· Building watchdog warns he will clamp down on 'shameful' developers →
The NSW Building Commissioner has warned unscrupulous builders and developers responsible for major defects in apartments that he will not hesitate to use his new powers to bring them to account, after key legislation to clean up the construction industry became law.
· Study reveals birth defects caused by flame retardant →
A new study from the University of Georgia has shown that exposure to a now-banned flame retardant can alter the genetic code in sperm, leading to major health defects in children of exposed parents.
· Art dealer's big heart stood out in a cut-throat world →
It was more common for them to defect in search of higher prices, as Watters felt equally obliged to look after their clients, ensuring that works remained affordable to passionate but impecunious collectors.
The Wall Street Journal
· Last Person to Receive a Civil War-Era Pension Dies →
Ms. Triplett’s father, Mose Triplett, started fighting in the war for the Confederacy, but defected to the North in 1863.
· Best outdoor Father's Day gifts 2020 →
It sports 15 total functions and a lifetime warranty against any defects in material and workmanship.
· History Will Judge the Complicit →
Only in 1951 did he defect, denounce the regime, and dissect his experience.