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  • GlobeNewswire

    High Throughput Screening [HTS] Market Size to Hit US$ 69.46 Billion By 2032, With a Growing CAGR of 12.18% | Research by SNS Insider

    A growing adoption of 3D cell cultures and organoids, which provide more physiologically relevant models for screening, enhancing the predictive accuracy of HTS assays.Pune, July 17, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- High Throughput Screening [HTS] Market Size & Analysis: “According to SNS Insider research, The High Throughput Screening Market size is valued at USD 25.80 Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to surpass USD 69.46 Billion by 2032, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.18% over the f

  • USA TODAY

    Will JD Vance's religious background sway Catholic voters? What experts say.

    Religious experts told USA TODAY that it is unlikely Vance’s religious background will sway Catholic voters.

  • Investor's Business Daily

    Nvidia Stock, These Giants Lead Chip Sell-Off On China, Taiwan Worries

    Nvidia and other big chip stocks fell on worries of heightened conflict with China and uncertain ties with Taiwan.

  • GlobeNewswire

    UNCF Dallas Announces Chair for the North Texas Walk for Education

    Greer Christian Photo Greer Christian is chair for the UNCF 2024 North Texas Walk for Education® Dallas, TX, July 17, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- UNCF Dallas (United Negro College Fund) is proud to announce Greer Christian as chair for the 2024 North Texas Walk for Education® to help raise funds for students of color across North Texas who are trying to get to and through college. Greer Christian has provided leadership and guidance to leading organizations in the nonprofit, financial services, and

  • PR Newswire

    InventHelp Inventor Develops New K-9 Bite Training Device CNC-563

    "I wanted to create a device to help a handler and K-9 build confidence and discipline of skills during bite training," said an inventor, from Florence, S.C., "so I invented the K-9 TRAINING DEVICE. My design would reduce the risk of bites and other canine training injuries."

  • PR Newswire

    InventHelp Inventor Develops New Disposable Underwear for Postpartum Women DAL-529

    "I have been an OBGYN physician for 33 years, and I wanted to create a pair of disposable underwear that would provide postpartum women with greater protection and comfort," said an inventor, from Mc Kinney, Texas, "so I invented the PROTECTS RX. My design would offer gentle pressure on the top of the uterus which may reduce post partum bleeding, help protect against leaks and stains, and may aid in a quicker recovery."

  • PR Newswire

    Kroger Health Reminds College Students to Get Vaccinated Ahead of Fall Semester

    Kroger Health, the healthcare division of The Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR), makes it easy for college students to receive the vaccinations and boosters needed to make move-in day simple. Vaccinations, whether required or recommended, play a pivotal role in safeguarding individual health and promoting community well-being, particularly in environments such as college campuses where students live and study in close quarters.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    How to position your portfolio ahead of Mag 7 earnings

    As the second quarter earnings season kicks off, Wall Street Alliance Group Partner Aadil Zaman joins Wealth! to discuss how the Magnificent Seven — the grouping of premier tech stocks Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL), Nvidia (NVDA), Meta Platforms (META), Microsoft (MSFT), and Tesla (TSLA) — will perform amid sky-high earnings expectations and tech-driven market rallies (^DJI, ^IXIC, ^GSPC). "We feel that these companies should be a core position in the portfolio. No doubt about that, right? And potentially, the earnings will be good as well. But it's all about expectations. So again, in the short term for the retail investor, very difficult to predict," Zaman says. He explains that the concentration of more than 20% of the S&P 500 (^GSPC) lies in three stocks, which investors want to hold on to. However, he advises that "no individual stocks should be more than 5% of the portfolio, and invest in other areas of the market to protect yourselves." Focusing on Tesla (TSLA), Zaman notes that despite the stock's volatility, "in the long term it's going to do well." In order to navigate this dynamic, he encourages investors to limit their exposure "and be exposed to it in a very diversified way." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Wealth! This post was written by Melanie Riehl

  • USA TODAY

    Rep. Adam Schiff becomes latest Democrat to call for Biden to drop out of race

    Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., became one of the most prominent Democratic lawmakers to call for Biden to drop out so Democrats can choose a new nominee.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Who is learning gen. AI right now? Coursera CEO explains

    75% of professionals are using some form of AI, according to data from Microsoft (MSFT), while more employers are seeking out workers with artificial intelligence experience. How can future employees learn to utilize AI and where can they find these upskilling opportunities? Coursera (COUR) CEO Jeff Maggioncalda joins Wealth! to give insight into the online course provider's current curriculum for AI education that could give a boost to workers' skill sets, commenting on the demographics and industries utilizing these courses the most.  "What we're seeing is interesting in the US, there are more women taking courses on Coursera. But when you look at enrollments in generative AI courses, it's 70% men, 30% women. So it's definitely skewing more to men right now, which is a little bit troubling in the sense that many studies have shown that those types of jobs most likely going to be impacted by generative AI, those dealing with language and sound and video often are held by women employees. "Millennials are accounting for over 50% of the enrollments in generative AI, then followed by Gen Z, and then Boomers, and then in terms of geography, Texas and India. Seems like everybody in Texas and India wants to learn generative AI," Maggioncalda explains For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Wealth! This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino