Matter Launches – But it’s Just The First Step

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Lero launches charter to make science research freely available

A new open up access charter by Lero, the SFI study centre for software, aims to make all publicly funded investigation in Eire out there to every person.

About two months in the past, the US governing administration declared an up-to-date plan assistance on open up accessibility that is predicted to substantially extend community obtain to taxpayer-funded science investigate throughout the entire world.

Now, there has also been motion in this place in Ireland with a new Open up Science Constitution released by Lero, the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) investigation centre for software package.

Released at the University of Limerick these days (21 October), the new charter aims to improve visibility for researchers, build far more alternatives for collaboration and enable better transparency in the analysis procedure.

Lero director Prof Brian Fitzgerald explained that the centre is fully commited to realising Ireland’s purpose of ensuring that “all scholarly publications resulting from publicly funded study are brazenly available”.

“Open science procedures, which optimise obtain to analysis, are integral to Lero so we can collaborate and add, where exploration knowledge, appropriate application and other research procedures are freely offered, below phrases that permit reuse, redistribution and copy of the investigation and its underlying data and solutions,” he additional.

The first this kind of charter revealed by any SFI investigation centre, it has been formulated in line with the EU’s open science coverage which identifies numerous ambitions in this room, which include Truthful (findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable details) and open up facts

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Leonteq launches its crypto asset offering in Germany and Austria

EQS Team-Information: Leonteq AG / Essential term(s): Cryptocurrency / Blockchain/Current market start
12.08.2021 / 07:00


Zurich, 12 August 2021

Leonteq now announces that it has released its extensive assortment of electronic assets in Germany and Austria and that it entered into a collaboration with ICF Lender for the structuring and distribution of structured solutions on crypto belongings.

Subsequent the enlargement of its electronic asset featuring in Switzerland, Leonteq is now launching its substantial variety of crypto belongings in Germany and Austria by providing items with Bitcoin and Ethereum as properly as Aave, Algorand, Bitcoin Money, Cardano, Chainlink, Cosmos, EOS, Ethereum Typical, Filecoin, Litecoin, Maker, Polkadot, Ripple, Stellar, Tezos and Uniswap as underlyings. Tracker certificates on these crypto assets are now readily available for buyers as stated items on Börse Frankfurt Zertifikate AG (Open up Market place). Leonteq as a result provides the most significant offered merchandise universe for a complete of 18 crypto property tradeable in a securitised structure for both of those institutional and retail buyers in the DACH region (Germany, Austria, Switzerland).

In this context, Leonteq has entered into a collaboration with ICF Lender AG, Frankfurt for the structuring and distribution of structured merchandise on crypto property to institutional traders in Germany and Austria.

Tino Wendisch, Head Crypto Supplying at Leonteq, stated: “We are excited to further more increase our crypto asset offering to the German and Austrian markets and are at the moment masking

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Sextech Company Lioness Launches COVID Study + Research Platform at CES

This report is not only the world’s largest physiological data set on sexual behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s also the world’s biggest study done on real world, in-the-bedroom-where-sex-happens sex (rather than in the confines of a research laboratory) in general!

How has COVID-19 changed our sex lives?

COVID sex and its alleged sex toy boom is an ambiguous conclusion at best. While a number of stories in the media may lead you to believe that everyone is buying more sex toys and having more sex, we have evidence that those bedrooms are not actually that buzzy. Using Lioness Vibrator product usage as our guide, we’ve observed far more convincing evidence of a significant drop-off in masturbation frequency as the year wore on relative to 2019 for the same users.

We looked at anonymous aggregate physiological usage statistics from 1879 Lioness users primarily in the United States who were active in 2019 and 2020 and nearly 40,000 sessions recorded from January 1, 2019 through December 12, 2020. Specifically, there were 19,578 total sessions in 2019 and 19,481 total sessions in 2020*. We supplemented this data with a smaller qualitative user survey of 235 Lioness user respondents to better understand what was going on from a qualitative perspective.

Key takeaways:

– Less Frequent: Masturbation frequency plummeted while the pandemic boomed — November 2020 showed a 37.78% decline in masturbation frequency when compared to frequency in November 2019.
– Longer Duration: Between February 2020 and April 2020, average session

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