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In the Division of Experimental Pathology at the Institute of Pathology, University of Bern, Switzerland, the position of a
PhD student in immunology / immunopathology
will become available by May 2017 (exact date negotiable)
A position for a PhD or MD-PhD student in intestinal immunity / immunopathology will become available by May 1, 2017 (exact date: negotiable) to work on the immune mechanisms regulating remission and relapse in chronic intestinal inflammatio…
Senior Scientific Associate – Bioimage Analyst
Department/Location: Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
Europe’s top cancer charity, Cancer Research UK, has combined with the University of Cambridge to fund the world class Cambridge Institute (CRUK CI) situated on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.
The Institute’s research ranges from basic cancer biology through translational research to clinical application. The Institute currently houses over 400…
Emirates will introduce a new service to enable customers to use their laptops and tablet devices until just before they board their flights to the US.
Emirates customers travelling to the US via Dubai will be able to utilise their laptops and tablet devices on the first part of their journeys, and also during transit in Dubai. They must then declare and hand over their laptops, tablets, and other banned electronic devices to security staff at the gate just before boarding their US-bound flight. The devices will be carefully packed into boxes, loaded into the aircraft hold, and returned to the customer at their US destination. There will not be any charge for this service.
Passengers on US-bound flights starting their journeys in Dubai are encouraged to pack their electronic devices into their check-in luggage in the first instance, to avoid delays.
Customers should be aware that there will be a detailed search of all hand baggage on non-stop flights to the US from Dubai. They should therefore declare their devices before the search, or ensure their electronic devices are packed into their check-in luggage in the first instance.
Sir Tim Clark, President Emirates Airline said: “Our aim is to ensure compliance with the new rules, while minimising disruption to passenger flow and impact on customer experience. Our new complimentary service enables passengers, particularly those flying for business, to have the flexibility to use their devices until the last possible moment.
“Once on board they can still stay connected on their mobile phones. Our historical data shows that on Emirates’ US flights, 90% of passengers using our onboard mobile and Wi-Fi connectivity services do so via their smart phones. Only 6% connect via their laptops, and 4% via their tablets. That is not to say that other passengers are not using their devices offline, but perhaps the silver lining to this is that they can now justifiably give themselves a break from their devices, enjoy our onboard service and catch up on the latest movies, music, and TV box sets that we have on offer.”
Emirates is working to ensure that its operations comply with the latest restrictions on electronic devices in the cabin, for when the rules take effect on 25 March. Emirates will deploy extra staff at the airport to ease and assist passengers, especially in the first days of the new rules being implemented.
From Saturday, 25 March, travellers on non-stop flights to the US from Dubai International airport (DXB) will not be allowed to carry any electronic device larger than a cell phone or smartphone, excluding medical devices, into the aircraft cabin. Travellers must pack these electronic devices in their checked-in baggage.
This new security directive, issued by the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA), applies to all passengers travelling on non-stop flights to the US from Dubai, including those in transit. It does not apply to passengers travelling on Emirates’ US-bound flights via Milan and Athens, or Emirates flights to/from any other destination.
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Pallaso has released a new song dubbed “Kampala”. Listen to it below.
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By Our Reporter
The French Military team jetted into the country on Monday ahead of their friendly match against the Uganda Cranes.
The team which has already had several practice sessions at Mandela National Stadium is in town to face off with the Uganda Cranes in a match organised to mark the end of “The France- Uganda Friendship Week.”
The week-long celebration was aimed at recognising and celebrating the shared values, comradely and friendship between Uganda and France through music, food, culture and sport.
It started on 18th March and will climax on 25th March 2017 with a sports and music extravaganza at Namboole stadium.
This final event will convey the shared values of sports and music between Uganda and France. Proceeds will finance a charity project on sports and children.
A great line up of top Ugandan artists like Bebe Cool and Eddy Kenzo have already confirmed their performance at this final event.
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China needs to develop a local talent pool and “grow up” before it can begin to attract some of the game’s biggest names, according to one official
By Our Reporter
Musician Mano Ezoh, a Guiness World record holder for the largest gospel choir in Europe, is set to work with Uganda’s top artistes.
The singer, who jetted into the country yesterday evening, is planning to do collaborations with local songstresses Irene Ntale and Iryn Namubiru.
“I know Irene Ntale and Iryn Namubiru and I listen to their music quite often. They are beautiful and talented ladies who every singer would love to work with,” said Ezoh. “There’s also Eddy Kenzo; he is a good musician. So, if I am to work with any Ugandan artistes, those are the ones I would work with.”
Mano Ezoh is a Nigerian-born singer currently living in Germany. He has worked with top names in the music industry world over like Snoop Dogg, and John Legend among others. He has songs like Brand Newday, SOS, Fly and many others to his name.
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