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Delaware Bio launches new website and member portal

WILMINGTON – The Delaware BioScience Association has unveiled a new website, including a fresh, vibrant look and members-only digital portal that will accelerate its mission to grow the state’s thriving life science sector.

The new website features a clean, contemporary design, improved navigation and expanded functionality including inspiring videos, news and stories showcasing the innovation and impact of the Delaware bioscience community. The site is infused with the association’s new branding and color palate, reflecting the life science sector’s dynamism and vitality.

In tandem with the public facing website, Delaware Bio has also created a new members-only portal, where

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New Hampshire Legal Assistance launches housing discrimination website

JEAN: TONIGHT THERE’S A NEW TOOL TO PREVENT HOUSING DISCRIMINATION IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. THE FAIR HOUSING PROJECT L’ANSE A WEBSITE TO HELP VICTIMS LEARN ABOUT THE TYPES OF HOUSING DISCRIMINATION AND REPORT THEIR CONCERNS AND SEEK EVALUATION OF THE CASE. THERE CAN BE A RANGE OF ISSUES BUT THERE ARE RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO HELP PURSUE RESOLUTIONS. >> IF YOU HAVE BEEN DENIED AN APARTMENT BECAUSE YOU HAVE AN ASSISTANCE ANIMAL. IF YOU HAVE BEEN TOLD BECAUSE YOU HAVE CHILDREN YOU SHOULD BE DESIGNATED TO CERTAIN UNITS IN AN APARTMENT COMPLEX OR CERTAIN BUILDINGS IN AN APARTMENT COMPLEX, WE ARE HERE … Read More

Purolator Launches New Website

Purolator Filters, a division of MANN+HUMMEL, leading global expert in filtration, recently announced that the company’s new, fully redesigned website is now available. The new design will provide consumers and professionals alike with a more streamlined experience to make finding the right filter for specific driving needs simple and hassle-free.

Benefits of the new website:

•       Refreshed and modern design

•       Fully responsive and mobile friendly experience

•       Enhanced “where to buy” functionality – geo-targeted with Google Maps 

•       Rich media content with product animations and videos 

•       Expanded navigation

The new Purolator website has been developed to be easily

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Samsung launches software update to turn older Galaxy phones into IoT devices


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Samsung said on Wednesday it has launched a new software update that will allow consumers to convert their older Galaxy smartphones to various types of IoT devices.

Called Galaxy Upcycling at Home, it is an expansion of its Galaxy Upcycling program and is aimed at giving new life to older devices. 

Currently in beta, Galaxy Upcycling at Home will be available in South Korea, the US, and the UK first. The company said it would research usage in the three countries and support technical verification, then provide the service to additional countries at a later time.

According to

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Zoom launches $100 mln fund to invest in apps using its technology

Small toy figures are seen in front of Zoom logo in this illustration picture taken March 15, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo

Zoom Video Communications Inc (ZM.O) on Monday said it has created a $100 million fund to invest in startup software companies that build apps using its technology.

The video conferencing company has become a household name during the pandemic as businesses and schools shifted to its platform, along with rival platforms such as Microsoft Corp’s (MSFT.O) Teams and Cisco Systems Inc’s (CSCO.O) Webex.

Zoom Chief Financial Officer Kelly Steckelberg told Reuters that the fund will make investments of between

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Lake County News,California – CNRA launches website, public input questionnaire on using natural and working lands to achieve climate, biodiversity goals

The California Natural Resources Agency has launched California Nature to engage Californians in advancing the state’s commitment to conserving 30 percent of lands and coastal waters by 2030 (30×30) and enlisting nature-based solutions to combat climate change.

The website and a new online questionnaire are aimed at gathering input from a broad cross-section of Californians.

“California can only be successful in conserving 30 percent of California’s lands and coastal waters by 2030 if we engage different voices, stakeholders, communities and individuals,” said Jennifer Norris, deputy secretary for biodiversity and habitat. “Everyone has a voice, and our strategies must reflect all

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