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Chipper Cash, a cross-border, peer to peer payments service, has raised $30 million in a Series B funding round led by Ribbit Capital with participation from Bezos Expeditions, Jeff Bezos’s personal venture capital fund.
A recent study, not yet peer reviewed, found the Quidel test detected over 80% of cases when used on symptomatic people and those with known exposures to the virus, but only 32% among people without symptoms, The New York Times reported.
Although that research has not yet been peer reviewed or published, he says its findings on mask effectiveness are about on par with what previous research has shown.
He and a co-author studied peer-reviewed research and public health publications from January to September to identify instances of Covid-19 spread on flights, and then ranked them by the certainty with which we could trust the results.
That has clearly changed now and today’s Microsoft is one of the most active corporate open-source contributors among its peers — and now the owner of GitHub .
In turn, some successful replications are peer-reviewed and published in the journal ReScience.
Their latest tech allows them to peer into this map and distinguish what types of objects and scenes are in these scans, distinguishing buildings from water from the sky.
On a trip to Pearl Harbor to mark the 75th anniversary of the attack, she took command of her unit and several other units from across the country and conducted a parade formation with the full confidence of every peer she led.
Even though his other guests had been his friends for decades, he accepted me as a peer and friend even though I had done nothing yet to earn the honor.
The data have not yet been peer reviewed by other scientists.

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