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USPTO Implementation of Arthrex: Questions from Administrative Law, Part II-the Bigger Picture for Reform
" Arthrex exposes a number of systemic failures of the USPTO's legal culture, and presents an imperative to begin a transformation .
VA will require health care workers to get COVID vaccine
WASHINGTON - The Department of Veterans Affairs on Monday became the first major federal agency to require health care workers to get COVID-19 vaccines, as the aggressive delta variant spreads and some communities report troubling increases in hospitalizations among unvaccinated people.
VA mandates COVID-19 vaccination for health care workers
The VA's move came on a day when nearly 60 leading medical and health care groups issued a call for health care facilities to require workers to get vaccinated.
Mark Cuban-backed Eterneva raises $10M to turn your loved one's ashes into diamonds
The loss of a loved one is perhaps one of the most traumatic things a person can experience.
Blackstone Launchpad coming to nine CUNY schools | amNewYork
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If we want to look for life on Europa, we'd better bring a drill
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Jupiter's moon Europa, a large world with a vast sub-ice ocean, is thought to be one of the best candidates for hosting life elsewhere in the Solar System. 1
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To discover any pristine material, the lander will need to carry a drill capable of going at least a meter below the moon's surface. 1
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Psaki: we engage with Fox News in hope viewers might listen to medical experts
The Biden administration engages with Fox News because its viewers "might" listen to its medical experts about the need to beat the coronavirus pandemic, the White House press secretary, Jen Psaki, said.
Amid Massive Hospital Sell-Off, Corporate Giant Continues Suing Patients
Vanderbilt University Medical Center bought the hospital, in Lebanon,Tenn., from Community Health Systems in 2019, but the company is still suing former patients over unpaid medical bills.
Tunisian president dismisses government, sparking street celebrations
Tunisian president Kais Saied has suspended parliament and dismissed prime minister Hichem Mechichi after a day of protests against the ruling party brought the country's political crisis to a head.