Phosphate Institute – IMPHOS http://imphos.org/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 03:33:29 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://imphos.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/IMPHOS-icon-150x150.jpg Phosphate Institute – IMPHOS http://imphos.org/ 32 32 Scan and Migration Software Market Overview by Advance Technology, Future Outlook 2028 – Microsoft Corporation, IBM, Amazon Web Services, Oracle Corporation, SAP SE https://imphos.org/scan-and-migration-software-market-overview-by-advance-technology-future-outlook-2028-microsoft-corporation-ibm-amazon-web-services-oracle-corporation-sap-se/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 03:33:29 +0000 https://imphos.org/scan-and-migration-software-market-overview-by-advance-technology-future-outlook-2028-microsoft-corporation-ibm-amazon-web-services-oracle-corporation-sap-se/ The recent report on “2022 Digitization and Migration Software Market report by key players, types, applications, countries, market size, forecast to 2028 ” Offered by Credible markets, includes a comprehensive survey of geographic landscape, industry size as well as estimated company revenue. In addition, the report also highlights the challenges hampering the market growth and […]]]>

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Main benefits for stakeholders

  • The report provides quantitative analysis of the current Digitization and Migration Software market trends, estimates and market size dynamics from 2015 to 2028 to identify existing opportunities.
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  • In-depth analysis along with market size and segmentation helps in determining the current Scanning and Migration Software market opportunities.
  • The main countries in each region are mapped according to their contribution to market revenues.
  • The Market Player Positioning segment facilitates benchmarking and provides a clear understanding of the current position of market players in the Scan and Migration Software industry.

Digitization and Migration Software Market: Competition Landscape

The Digitization and Migration Software market report comprises information on product launches, sustainability, and outlook for major vendors, including: (, Microsoft Corporation, IBM, Amazon Web Services, Oracle Corporation, SAP SE, Informatica Corporation, SAS Institute, Attunity, Scribe Software Corporation (TIBCO Software), Syncsort Incorporated)

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The Scanning and Migration Software market is split by type and by application for the period 2022-2028, the growth among the segments provides accurate tricks and forecast for sales by type and by application in terms of volume and value . This analysis can help you grow your business by targeting qualified niche markets.

Market segment by type, covers

Cloud based

On the site

Market segment by Application, can be divided into

BFSI

Health and Life Sciences

Retail trade and consumer goods

Manufacturing

Others

Digitization and Migration Software Market: Regional Analysis

All the regional segmentation has been studied on the basis of recent and future trends, and the market is forecast throughout the forecast period. The countries covered in the regional analysis of the Global Digitization and Migration Software Market report are United States, Canada and Mexico in North America, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia , in Italy, in Spain, in Turkey, in the Netherlands, in Switzerland, in Belgium and in the rest of Europe in Europe, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, China, Japan, India, South Korea , Rest of Asia-Pacific (APAC) Asia-Pacific (APAC), Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Egypt, Israel, Rest of Middle East and Africa (MEA) being part of the Middle East and Africa (MEA), and Argentina, Brazil and the rest of South America being part of South America.

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Market Snapshot: It comprises six sections, research scope, major manufacturers covered, market fragments by type, Scanning and Migration Software market portions by application, study objectives, and years considered.

Market landscape: Here, the opposition in the global digitization and migration software market is dissected, by value, revenue, offerings and share of the pie by organization, market rate, relentless circumstances Latest landscape and models, consolidation, development, obtaining and parts of the global industry leading organizations.

Manufacturer Profiles: Here, the major players in the global scanning and migration software market are considered to depend on the region of transactions, key elements, net benefit, revenue, cost and creation.

State of the market and outlook by region: In this segment, report examines net benefit, transactions, revenue, start-up, part of overall industry, CAGR and market size by region. Here, the global scanning and migration software market is deeply examined based on areas and countries like North America, Europe, China, India, Japan, and MEA.

Application or end user: This segment of the exploration study shows how extraordinary end-customer / application sections are added to the global analysis and migration software market.

Market forecast: Production side: In this part of the report, the creators have focused on the creation and creation esteem conjecture, the gauge of major manufacturers, and the creation and creation esteem estimate. by type.

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  • What is the Review of Transactions, Revenue and Value by Business Line?

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2021 Autonomous Medical Vacuum Systems Market Size Analysis by Major Key Players https://imphos.org/2021-autonomous-medical-vacuum-systems-market-size-analysis-by-major-key-players/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 04:51:54 +0000 https://imphos.org/2021-autonomous-medical-vacuum-systems-market-size-analysis-by-major-key-players/ New Jersey, United States, – The Global Self-Contained Medical Vacuum Systems Market report comprises an in-depth analysis that covers core regional trends, market dynamics, and provides the market size at the national level of the market industry. Some major aspects considered during the research included product description, product classification, industry structure, various players in the […]]]>

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The report focuses on the global companies operating in the Autonomous Medical Vacuum System market providing data points such as company profiles, product image and description, capacity, production, value, revenue and contact details. This research provides key statistics on the state of the industry and is an important source of direction and direction for companies and individuals involved in the market. In addition to CAGR forecast, various other parameters such as year-over-year market growth, qualitative and quantitative information are presented. Key points such as market size, value, volume, product portfolio, market explanation and classification are shown. Additionally, current trends, technological advancements in the Self-Contained Medical Vacuum Systems market are explained.

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  • Related health care products
  • Precision medical
  • Driving Medical
  • INTEGRA Biosciences
  • Medicop
  • SSCOR
  • ATMOS MedizinTechnik
  • ZOLL Medical Society
  • Welch vacuum
  • Laerdal Medical
  • Labconco
  • Amsino International
  • Olympus

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Autonomous Medical Vacuum Systems Market Split By Type:

  • Dry claw pump technology
  • Dry rotary vane technology
  • Oil-sealed rotary vane technology

Autonomous Medical Vacuum Systems Market Split By Application:

  • Hospital
  • Clinical Laboratory
  • research Institute
  • Other

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Will we have a very different outlook on cities in 2022? https://imphos.org/will-we-have-a-very-different-outlook-on-cities-in-2022/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 10:00:00 +0000 https://imphos.org/will-we-have-a-very-different-outlook-on-cities-in-2022/ Bags made from mushrooms. Moss-lined concrete walls. An alternative to the fat of milk which gives a creamy taste to vegetable proteins. We may start to learn more about these innovations in 2022, says Maurits Burgering, program director at the Thematic Technology Transfer Program – Circular Technology (TTT-CT). One of the TTT programs was launched […]]]>

Bags made from mushrooms. Moss-lined concrete walls. An alternative to the fat of milk which gives a creamy taste to vegetable proteins. We may start to learn more about these innovations in 2022, says Maurits Burgering, program director at the Thematic Technology Transfer Program – Circular Technology (TTT-CT). One of the TTT programs was launched by the Dutch Enterprise Agency.

The Netherlands wants a waste-free economy by 2050, as stipulated by the Dutch government’s circular economy program. By 2030, the use of primary raw materials such as minerals, metals and fossils is already expected to be halved. “At the rate we’re going now, that’s not going to happen,” says Burgering.

Switching point

The difficulty with circularity, according to Burgering, is that it’s more complicated to quantify. “With CO2, emissions are still measurable. With an innovative pharmaceutical concept, you can calculate how many patients you want to reach and what it should cost. You can almost predict what it will be worth. But with circularity, you are dependent on suppliers and buyers. At each switching point there must be something in it for the next switching point. It’s almost like a perpetual motion device that you try to keep moving.

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Burgering wants to help researchers – potential entrepreneurs – within the TTT-CT program to take their research ideas to the next level. “I have always had the impression that there is a lot of knowledge and expertise in universities which is not always integrated into society. It takes a few more steps to get there. Especially at this very early stage. A small financial injection can then act as a catalyst.

Small budget

The TTT-CT program is a partnership between the four technical universities of the Netherlands (4TU), the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) and the Dutch venture capital fund SHIFT Invest. The program supports researchers with a ‘ticket’, a small budget to work on proof of concept or business development, and then a convertible loan from the fund. This allows them to take their research ideas to the next stage, to validate them and, for example, to set up a spin-off. In addition to Circular Technology, the consortium focuses on smart industry and medical technology with Innovation Industries as a venture capital fund.

“What strikes me every time is that there is such a motivation among these young researchers to really want to make a difference in the world. They don’t just have a great career and end up somewhere in management. They choose this road full of energy and passion. When they get a ticket from me, they will spend that money very carefully. They make the most of it to advance their ideas.

For the coming year, Burgering sees potential in all of the innovations – around 40 spotted cases, including 20 in preparation – that the program is actively supporting. He has selected a few that he hopes will hit the market in 2022.

Mauritian burger

City that breathes

Like Respyre. In a previous interview that IO had with this spin-off, founder and CEO Mark de Kruijff mentioned that the company “wants cities to breathe again”. The start-up is developing a bioreceptor concrete product that stimulates the growth of foams. In doing so, she wants to make cities into urban landscapes. “Aside from the many advantages, it is just beautiful. This technology really stole my heart. I sincerely hope they will be successful, ”says Burgering.

Whether greenery, as opposed to concrete, helps cities breathe in 2022 depends on a multitude of factors. “In the construction world, this involves significant investments. In this case, you are not just introducing something new. There is a risk that things will go wrong. The start-up has a pilot running at Marine Terrain in Amsterdam. For this, the team works with the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS Institute), Wageningen University and Research (WUR) and Delft University of Technology (TU Delft).

Burgering: “I hope that by 2022 they will have mastered the technology. May the pilots be successful and may people become as enthusiastic as I am. If that works, then we’ll look at our cities in a whole different way.

sweet place

Burgering also cites the Time Traveling Milkman as an innovation to watch out for, and not just because of its “fantastic name”. “You really saw this team pick up the pace after receiving an investment. Everything is in the right timing, you have to know how to listen to the team. These young entrepreneurs can choose from many options to further their careers. Waiting a long time for funding is usually not one of them.

The founders of Time Traveling Milkman, Dimitris Karefyllakis and Costas Nikiforidish, have developed a fatty plant-based product that tastes as creamy as, for example, dairy products. For example, they extract fatty globules from sunflower seed cells.

Learn more about the origins of the WUR spin-off here.

Burgering: “The protein transition is a very important element in terms of sustainability. Everyone is working on new proteins. But it is precisely this fatty part, this creamy taste, that makes dairy products so appetizing. This start-up has found a great place in this protein transition that no one else has thought of yet. “

The start-up also received co-funding from the regional development agency OOST NL in 2021. “They are developing at a breakneck pace. Faster than they expected, they are now in the next phase. It’s great to see. By 2022, they aim to show that they can produce a thousand liters and that they can scale up.

Scalable

“A case of the ‘fun factor’ is what Burgering calls Mylium molded leather. “Bags made from this material are now on display in the Bijenkorf department store. The start-up received a ticket in 2021. The team is using it to work on the proof of concept. “If you see where they were and are now, their progress has been tremendous. “

There are, according to Burgering, several parties that make faux leather from mushrooms. These parts work with what is called solid state fermentation. “It’s less scalable. Mylium works with liquid fermentation. You can then pump this into a larger fermenters (devices in which microorganisms are grown under controlled conditions, such as temperature and oxygen, ed.). Big brands, like Hermès, have already shown interest. If Mylium goes through this phase, it could get huge.

Plastic

With enthusiasm, Burgering evokes another innovation that may well become huge: the principles of nature. A spin-off of TU Delft which is working on a biobased plastic substitute based on polylactic acid (PLA) of the building block lactate. “Again, there are more parties doing this. User costs are still high. With the method used by Nature’s Principles, costs can go down.

In addition to the support of TTT-CT, other parties are committed to help the Start-up to progress further. “There is an angel investor on board, but also regional development agencies are starting to step in. They think it might be interesting to host such a company in their area.

Finally, Burgering cites Susphos, which manufactures high-quality bio-based flame retardants and specialty fertilizer products from phosphate-rich wastewater from agriculture, among others. The start-up won the Rabo Innovation Award at the end of 2020. Burgering: “It’s a company that is not linked to any of the four technical universities or to the TNO. Our ambition is for TTT-CT to eventually become a national platform accessible to all. So that we can help bring even more innovations to the market, which is absolutely necessary for the circular economy to really take off.

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Omicron variant: Delhi prepares for infra health as R-value exceeds 2.5 https://imphos.org/omicron-variant-delhi-prepares-for-infra-health-as-r-value-exceeds-2-5/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 03:14:00 +0000 https://imphos.org/omicron-variant-delhi-prepares-for-infra-health-as-r-value-exceeds-2-5/ Left gaping for oxygen by a relentless Delta wave just a few months ago, the nation’s capital once again hit a disturbing effective R-value (SARS COV-2 effective reproduction rate) of over 2.5. It relies on a reinforced sanitary infrastructure to withstand the Omicron variant. The government’s latest inventory exercise on December 29 checked Delhi’s readiness […]]]>
Left gaping for oxygen by a relentless Delta wave just a few months ago, the nation’s capital once again hit a disturbing effective R-value (SARS COV-2 effective reproduction rate) of over 2.5. It relies on a reinforced sanitary infrastructure to withstand the Omicron variant.

The government’s latest inventory exercise on December 29 checked Delhi’s readiness on all key metrics – from oxygen to hospital beds and availability of drugs. The latest data shows Delhi has prepared 790 metric tons of liquid medical oxygen (LMO) as of December 28. While it did not have an OMT buffer reserve on May 31 when it was grappling with Delta, the capital now has 442 tonnes in reserve. From zero reserve cylinders in May, Delhi now has 6,000 “D” type cylinders and a further 9,100 cylinders and more with the Delhi Transport Commission.

Approximately 99.66 MT of LMO capacity through pressure swing adsorption (PSA) plants has been created and 116 MT are targeted by next month. Of the 98 PSA factories, 83 have been commissioned and 14 on hold will be in place by January 20, according to government sources.

Two cryogenic bottling plants with a capacity of 12.5 MT have been installed – one of them is commissioned and the second is expected to be operational this weekend. While Delhi previously had three refills to fill about 1,400 medium-sized oxygen cylinders per day, these can fill 1,400 jumbo cylinders / day. Orders have also been placed for around 150 LMO tankers.

The hospital infrastructure is also under close surveillance – 37,000 Covid beds, 10,594 Covid ICU beds, 2,328 Covid pediatric beds and 903 Covid pediatric ICU beds have been reserved as part of the Covid escalation plan.

Delhi also has essential Covid-19 drugs for more than 20 days, including Remdesivir, Tocilizumab, Amphotericin B, and Dexamethasone Sodium Phosphate, among other drugs.

To date, Delhi claims 100% coverage for the first dose and 72.4% for the second dose. He also has over 21 lakh vaccine doses in stock – 17.9 lakh from Covishield and 3.54 lakh from Covaxin.

The Center has identified more than 3 lakh of elderly people in Delhi as eligible for a “precautionary dose” from January 10.

Experts rely on the combination of Omicron with low severity and therefore low hospitalization. As of December 28, 97% of dedicated Covid beds, 96.9% of oxygen beds, 99% of intensive care beds and 98.9% of ventilators were vacant or unused in Delhi.

The high R count, however, remains a concern. The researchers, led by Sitabhra Sinha at the Institute of Mathematical Sciences in Chennai, put Delhi’s R-value at 2.5, which means that each infected person transmits the infection to more than two people. Delhi and Mumbai are at 2.5 and 2 respectively, Chennai at 1.2 while Pune, Kolkata and Bengaluru are valued at 1.1 according to Sinha’s estimate this week.

India-specific Covid data from the University of Michigan also places Delhi’s R-factor above 2 alongside Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand and Bihar (above 2). “Delhi and Mumbai have very high values. Basically each infected person transmits the infection to more than two people on average. We have to see if this will go down in the next few days. If not, we are looking at a very high number of cases. active over the next few weeks, ”Sinha told ET.

Data from the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences put the figure at 53.6% for Omicron and 46.4% for Delta from 125 samples from Delhi it analyzed.

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25 moving stocks in Tuesday’s mid-day session https://imphos.org/25-moving-stocks-in-tuesdays-mid-day-session/ Tue, 28 Dec 2021 17:06:00 +0000 https://imphos.org/25-moving-stocks-in-tuesdays-mid-day-session/ Winners Insignia Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: ISIG) Shares jumped 64.6% to $ 18.99 as traders released a social media post about potential short squeeze. Flotek Industries, Inc. (NYSE: FTK) climbed 33.9% to $ 0.75 after the company said it received an unsolicited indication of interest in a potential transaction for all or part of the company. […]]]>

Winners

  • Insignia Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: ISIG) Shares jumped 64.6% to $ 18.99 as traders released a social media post about potential short squeeze.
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  • Global Reliance Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: RELI) jumped 25.2% to $ 6.65. Reliance Global Group last week announced the price of a $ 20.0 million private placement with institutional investors.
  • ADDvantage Technologies Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: AEY) gained 15.8% to $ 2.13. ADDvantage Technologies reported fourth quarter earnings of $ 0.05 per share, down from a loss of $ 0.09 per share a year ago.
  • ImmunityBio, Inc. (NASDAQ: IBRX) jumped 13.8% to $ 7.57. ImmunityBio has obtained US Patent No. 11,207,350 “Genetically modified NK-92 cells and monoclonal antibodies for the treatment of cancer”.
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  • BiondVax Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (NASDAQ: BVXV) gained 13.1% to $ 2.6350. The company announced that the former global chief financial officer of vaccines at GSK has joined the board of directors of BiondVax.
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  • BridgeBio Pharma, Inc. (NASDAQ: BBIO) jumped 11.1% to $ 12.64. HC Wainwright & Co. lowered the stock price target from $ 88 to $ 24, while SVB Leerink lowered the price target from $ 66 to $ 24. Shares of BridgeBio Pharma fell 72% on Monday after the company’s Phase 3 trial to treat symptomatic transthyretin amyloid cardiomyopathy failed its primary endpoint.
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  • Powerbridge Technologies Co., Ltd. (NASDAQ: PBTS) fell 29.2% to $ 0.6589 after jumping 62% on Monday.
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  • Agrify Company (NASDAQ: AGFY) fell 10.3% to $ 9.50.
  • Fathom Digital Manufacturing Corp. (NYSE: FATH) fell 9.6% to $ 8.54.
  • Thésée Pharmaceutique, Inc. (NASDAQ: THRX) fell 8.8% to $ 11.75 after jumping more than 15% on Monday.
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F-150 Lightning Battery, EV-to-EV Charging, LFP Model 3, Gas Prices and EV Tipping Point: The Week Upside Down https://imphos.org/f-150-lightning-battery-ev-to-ev-charging-lfp-model-3-gas-prices-and-ev-tipping-point-the-week-upside-down/ Sat, 25 Dec 2021 13:00:00 +0000 https://imphos.org/f-150-lightning-battery-ev-to-ev-charging-lfp-model-3-gas-prices-and-ev-tipping-point-the-week-upside-down/ Which brand does Polestar hope to compete with future models? A first version of what big electric off-road truck was delivered? Here is our look back at the week in reverse, right here at Green Car Reports—For the week ending December 24, 2021. Confirmation of the official battery sizes for the Ford F-150 Lightning electric […]]]>

Which brand does Polestar hope to compete with future models?

A first version of what big electric off-road truck was delivered?

Here is our look back at the week in reverse, right here at Green Car Reports—For the week ending December 24, 2021.

Confirmation of the official battery sizes for the Ford F-150 Lightning electric pickup last week highlighted that the Lightning could almost match the smaller RIvian R1T in terms of efficiency. And the Lightning and the Hyundai Ioniq 5 are among the first two US-spec models to offer EV-to-EV charging potential. Both models aim to integrate their two-way capabilities into a home energy ecosystem.

Ford Vehicle-to-Vehicle Charging

Tesla has started shipping Model 3 sedans powered by lithium iron phosphate (LFP) cells to US buyers. Tesla which regularly charges to 100% is good, even recommended, for this version.

The Tesla Model Y has earned a top rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Its IIHS Top Safety Pick + price is only matched by the Volkswagen ID.4 and Volvo XC40, among the smallest electric SUVs.

From left to right: Polestar 5, Polestar 4 and Polestar 3

From left to right: Polestar 5, Polestar 4 and Polestar 3

Polestar, which has kept close ties with its cousin Volvo until now, aims to follow its own direction in the near future, including its own electric motors, batteries and 800-volt electrical architecture. In addition, it will target the Porsche Cayenne, Macan and Taycan, with its Polestar 3, 4 and 5, respectively.

BMW’s two next-generation electric vehicles, the iX SUV and the i4 fastback, were rated for the EPA lineup this week. The iX gains better-than-expected range of up to 324 miles, while the i4 only covers 300 miles in one version, with its most alluring twin-engine M50 version with flashy 22-inch wheels clocking in at just 227 miles.

2022 BMW iX xDrive50

2022 BMW iX xDrive50

GM has confirmed it made the first versions for customers of the 2022 GMC Hummer EV and BrightDrop EV600 electric delivery van. They are the first to be built on the Ultium architecture dedicated to the automaker’s electric vehicles.

American electric vehicle startup Canoo, which once aimed for a subscription plan and focused primarily on California at first, has abandoned another plan to manufacture its initial versions of the original lifestyle vehicle in the Netherlands. . The first versions will come from Arkansas in 2022, he says, followed by a move to a factory in Oklahoma in 2023.

Arrival, the British company that mainly focused on electric utility vehicles, presented an electric vehicle specially designed for Uber and carpooling. With the imprint of a VW Golf but a design for maximum interior space, is this the future of taxis?

Arrival car prototype

Arrival car prototype

The EPA has announced the development of final rules for US vehicle fleet standards that will resume with the 2023 model year. Although they set more stringent targets than the Obama-era standards, they also felt that automakers can satisfy them with just 7% full hybrids and 17% combined electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles by 2026. Is that enough?

A recent Ipsos survey provides one of many indicators the market could take us there even if regulators don’t. More than a third of Americans are now ready to consider an EV, and soaring gasoline prices may help tip the EV market, although hurdles remain linked to ignorance of battery technology.

Ford Mustang Mach-E 2021

Ford Mustang Mach-E 2021

And over the past couple of weeks, as we worked toward an announcement on January 3 of our Green Car Reports Best Car to Buy, we’ve reviewed each of our five finalists. Which one will follow our 2021 winner, the Ford Mustang Mach-E?

  • The Hyundai Ioniq 5 ushers in a new era of electric vehicle design and technology in an affordable package.
  • The Lucid Air offers next-level range and recharging and a holistic reinterpretation of luxury and design.
  • The Mercedes-Benz EQS shows a greater commitment to the luxury establishment.
  • The Rivian R1T electric pickup takes a foundational format for Americans and upgrades it in a way that will bring change.
  • The Volkswagen ID.4 brings the most ambition to the table, among all competitors, in terms of actual sales volume and affordability

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Battery players spend big to secure supplies https://imphos.org/battery-players-spend-big-to-secure-supplies/ Fri, 24 Dec 2021 01:38:21 +0000 https://imphos.org/battery-players-spend-big-to-secure-supplies/ A staff member works at an automotive battery production line in Huzhou, Zhejiang Province. [Photo by Tan Yunfeng/for China Daily] Domestic manufacturers redouble their efforts to further exploit growing demand for NEV Chinese battery materials producer Zhejiang Huayou Cobalt Co Ltd on Wednesday said it will acquire a lithium mining company in Zimbabwe for $ […]]]>

A staff member works at an automotive battery production line in Huzhou, Zhejiang Province. [Photo by Tan Yunfeng/for China Daily]

Domestic manufacturers redouble their efforts to further exploit growing demand for NEV

Chinese battery materials producer Zhejiang Huayou Cobalt Co Ltd on Wednesday said it will acquire a lithium mining company in Zimbabwe for $ 422 million, marking a new foray into overseas battery mineral resources by companies Chinese companies that are increasing their supplies to meet the growing demand for new energy vehicles. Marlet.

The company has announced that it will acquire an 87 percent stake in Prospect Lithium Zimbabwe Ltd for $ 378 million from Prospect Minerals Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of Prospect Resources Ltd, an Australian listed company, and will pay 44 , $ 2 million for the remaining 13 percent to the other two players.

Prospect Lithium Zimbabwe owns Arcadia, a Zimbabwean lithium mine that is said to have reserves of 1.24 million metric tonnes of lithium carbonate equivalent as of October.

The main industrial use of lithium carbonate is to produce rechargeable batteries for NEVs. The price of the material has climbed 238.3% since the start of this year through Nov. 19, according to a report from S&P Global Platts, a provider of information, benchmarking and analysis for the world’s markets. energy and raw materials.

“The surge in prices is the result of the overall increase in raw material prices, as well as a tight supply and growing demand for battery materials, driven by the growing need for NEV. This has caused a frenzy of overseas mining investment from lithium companies and battery manufacturers, “said Lin Boqiang, director of the China Institute for Energy Policy Studies. Xiamen University in Fujian Province.

Lithium resources in China, although abundant, exist mainly in salt lakes and require complicated processes to be extracted. As a result, lithium carbonate and other lithium salts are highly dependent on imports.

To better control the costs of raw materials, many Chinese lithium companies and battery manufacturers choose to directly acquire lithium mines abroad.

The S&P Global Platts report says China’s lithium industry has seen demand for NEV increase as the country focuses on meeting its carbon targets.

NEV’s production and sales in China in the first 11 months reached 3.02 million and 2.99 million units, up about 167.4% and 166.8% year-on-year respectively, a reported the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers.

Huayou Cobalt is not the only company actively expanding its global presence to secure materials supplies. Chinese lithium giant Ganfeng Lithium Co, located in Jiangxi province, announced in June the acquisition of 50% of the shares of the Dutch company SPV Co, whose subsidiary Lithium du Mali SA owns a spodumene project called Goulamina in Mali, Africa. Spodumene is a mineral containing lithium.

The acquisition of Ganfeng Lithium follows the purchase of several lithium projects inside and outside the country. In May, the company’s Shanghai subsidiary announced the takeover of London-listed mining company Bacanora Lithium, whose major asset is a lithium clay project called Sonora in Mexico. It is one of the largest lithium projects in the world with an estimated reserve of 8.82 million tonnes of lithium carbonate equivalent.

In March, Ganfeng Lithium and its subsidiary in Qinghai province announced the acquisition of investment and consultancy firm Ili Hongda, located in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region and a stakeholder in a lithium project in the basin. of Qaidam.

Companies such as Zijin Mining and Chengxin Lithium have also reportedly stepped up their investments in global lithium mining assets.

A report from Cinda Securities said downstream companies are starting to source materials for ternary lithium batteries and lithium iron phosphate batteries as the end of the year approaches. This will likely further increase demand and prices for lithium.

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Fitness remains integral in the life of a footballer and this is how they maintain high standards https://imphos.org/fitness-remains-integral-in-the-life-of-a-footballer-and-this-is-how-they-maintain-high-standards/ Sat, 18 Dec 2021 13:10:05 +0000 https://imphos.org/fitness-remains-integral-in-the-life-of-a-footballer-and-this-is-how-they-maintain-high-standards/ Barcelona striker Sergio Aguero has announced his retirement from football at the age of 33 due to heart disease. According to Barcelona’s announcement, the condition was caused by arrhythmia – a broad term to describe any heart rhythm that is not completely normal. Sergio, known as one of the best of his generation, had to […]]]>

Barcelona striker Sergio Aguero has announced his retirement from football at the age of 33 due to heart disease. According to Barcelona’s announcement, the condition was caused by arrhythmia – a broad term to describe any heart rhythm that is not completely normal. Sergio, known as one of the best of his generation, had to say goodbye to the sport that demands being as athletic as possible.

Football demands that you be at the best of your health and fitness, and it’s not hard to see why. You have to be on your guard at all times throughout the match. According to the Gatorade Sports Science Institute, top-level (soccer) players should be able to perform high-intensity repeated exercises.

According to the institute’s website, “The aerobic energy system is under heavy strain during a football match, with average and maximum heart rates of around 85% and 98% of maximum values, respectively, corresponding to average consumption of d oxygen about 70% of the maximum.

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The many intense actions during play indicate that the rate of anaerobic energy turnover is also high during periods of play, with a high rate of creatine phosphate use and lactate buildup ”.

To understand the physical demands of academy football team players, we looked at an interview with Leicester City strength and conditioning coach Matt Willmott by FOURFOURTWO.

Training is the key

Leicester City strength and conditioning coach Matt Willmott in an interview with FOURFOURTWO explains that from a physical point of view a footballer needs to be strong and powerful yet have agility and contain everything for 80 to 90 minutes. And as players get older, a lot of physical training is demanded by their position. Matt clarifies: “For example, a midfielder will cover more distance, but at a lower intensity than a full-back, a winger or a striker, who will cover shorter distances at a higher intensity and therefore training. must adapt to this.

Athletic movements

Explaining how players are prepared for the demands of the Premier League, Matt said: “As soon as players start at the academy at the age of eight, we use a multisport system to develop basic physical skills. Once they enter the 12-14 age group, we place great emphasis on promoting the quality of athletic movements and developing correct movement patterns to ensure that players can reproduce the movements they want. would do in a game or practice. We place importance on the ability of players to control these movements through various positions or under various loads where movement is contested. Then, as they mature, they can be gradually charged to increase their strength and develop their potency ”.

Sergio Aguero
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Physical endurance

Describing the physical difference between Premier League and academy football, Matt said “on a basic physical test – say a 20-yard sprint – the senior academy and the first-team players are probably pretty close. , the distances covered at high speed in a practice or a match would be greater in the first team. The technical gap also increases the intensity of the training and makes the training much more difficult and it is probably the biggest difference our players find. The first team players are technically superior; they can play different types of passes and move the ball faster. The technical difference means they have to work harder physically. of strength, the first team players have had more years of training and should be stronger.

Matt claimed senior academy players – under-18s and under-23s – are tested every six weeks. Our younger age groups, from under 9 to under 16, are tested every 12 weeks. He further explained that the speed of the players is tested using a 20-meter sprint test; vertical jumps for single and double leg power. Additionally, agility is measured using an arrowhead, while a YOYO and SDS test designed by club staff is used to measure endurance.

Sergio Aguero
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Speaking of the weights players are expected to lift during exercises, he said, we tend to try to look at all tests of strength in relation to body weight. We want all of our players to be able to lift between 1.5 and twice their bodyweight for one rep. Obviously, this means that some players will have different strength levels depending on their body weight.

He further claimed that clubs are looking for strong players for 90 minutes. He explained, “If they’re too heavy on their upper body, their movement patterns will suffer, but we also know that a good level of strength can help reduce the risk of injury and improve performance. Some players may need to bulk up and build muscle mass and we will provide players with these sessions. However, we need to make sure that we have the correct and appropriate nutritional strategies to see an increase in muscle mass and not body fat, which would have a detrimental effect on performance ”.

For more stories and similar explanations, please visit Indiatimes.

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Genetic mutation common for Parkinson’s disease leads to poor localization of iron in the brain https://imphos.org/genetic-mutation-common-for-parkinsons-disease-leads-to-poor-localization-of-iron-in-the-brain/ Fri, 17 Dec 2021 05:22:00 +0000 https://imphos.org/genetic-mutation-common-for-parkinsons-disease-leads-to-poor-localization-of-iron-in-the-brain/ Genetic mutation common for Parkinson’s disease leads to improper localization of iron in activated microglia, new study says Dec. 16e in the open access journal PLOS Biology, by Mark Cookson of the National Institute on Aging and colleagues. The findings may help explain the build-up of toxic iron in disease-affected areas of the brain and […]]]>

Genetic mutation common for Parkinson’s disease leads to improper localization of iron in activated microglia, new study says Dec. 16e in the open access journal PLOS Biology, by Mark Cookson of the National Institute on Aging and colleagues. The findings may help explain the build-up of toxic iron in disease-affected areas of the brain and provide a basis for the development of therapies designed to correct the iron trafficking defect.

Mutations in the LRRK2 gene account for about 5% of all cases of familial Parkinson’s disease and about 1% of cases of non-familial disease. LRRK2 is a kinase, an enzyme that regulates other proteins by adding a phosphate group, and pathogenic mutations are known to increase the kinase activity of the enzyme.

One of the targets regulated by LRRK2 is called Rab8a, a protein which, along with many others in the Rab family, helps control the movement or “trafficking” of a wide variety of cell vesicles (linked subcellular compartments membrane). One of the tasks of Rab8a is to regulate the importation of iron into the cell via the transferrin receptor and to help recycle this receptor to the membrane after releasing the transferrin and the iron it carries.

To understand how LRRK2 mutations found in Parkinson’s disease might affect this process, the authors first visualized the movements of Rab8a in mouse astrocytes containing LRRK2 with a pathogenic mutation. They found that the mutant protein was responsible for redirecting Rab8a away from its normal location in the endocytic recycling compartment and sequestering it at damaged lysosomes.

This poor localization of Rab8a had a clear effect on the transferrin receptor: in cells containing normal LRRK2, the transferrin receptor was distributed among several types of vesicles. However, in cells containing the Parkinson’s mutant LRRK2, the transferrin receptor and its iron instead clustered in the same damaged lysosomes where Rab8a and the LRRK2 mutant were found.

This same poor localization of Rab8a receptors and transferrin has been observed in activated microglia derived from human cells carrying a pathogenic LRRK2 mutation. Microglia are a key contributor to inflammation in the brain. Finally, when mice carrying the same Parkinson’s mutation were exposed to a pro-inflammatory trigger, iron accumulated in the microglia of the striatum, a region of the brain that controls movement and is one of the parts of the brain most affected by Parkinson’s disease.

Our data suggest that a key step in the pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease LRRK2 is the protein’s interaction with Rab8a and its subsequent effect on the mis localization of iron in activated microglia.. “

Mark Cookson, National Institute on Aging

Deposits of iron in the brain are a hallmark of Parkinson’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases, and its build-up can lead to the production of free radicals and damage mitochondria, two steps considered critical in the disease cascade. “These results should help us understand the implications of blocking LRRK2 as a potential therapy for Parkinson’s disease.”

“Our study demonstrates altered iron regulation in models of Parkinson’s disease based on the LRRK2 gene,” adds Cookson. “Previous data has shown that iron can be deposited in the brain, which we now link to a known genetic cause of Parkinson’s disease that may be relevant for new treatments.”

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Journal reference:

Mamais, A., et al. (2021) Mutations in LRRK2 linked to the sequestration of Parkinson’s disease Rab8a to damage lysosomes and regulate iron uptake by transferrin in microglia. PLOS Biology. doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3001480.

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Resilience of the food system to phosphorus shortages on a telecoupled planet https://imphos.org/resilience-of-the-food-system-to-phosphorus-shortages-on-a-telecoupled-planet/ Mon, 13 Dec 2021 16:01:29 +0000 https://imphos.org/resilience-of-the-food-system-to-phosphorus-shortages-on-a-telecoupled-planet/ 1. Nesme, T., Metson, GS & Bennett, EM Global phosphorus flows through agricultural trade. Glob. About. Change 50, 133-141 (2018). Google Scholar article 2. Kastner, T., Erb, KH & Haberl, H. Rapidly Growing Agricultural Trade: Effects on Global Zone Efficiency and the Role of Management. About. Res. Lett. 9, 034015 (2014). 3. Puma, MJ, Bose, […]]]>
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