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Ireland scrum-half Conor Murray says they must improve to beat England at Twickenham | Rugby Union News


first_imgMurray began on the bench against Wayne Pivac’s side as Jamison Park-Gibson took the number nine jersey to make his first Test start.The Munster man was eventually brought on to win his 84th cap in the unfamiliar role of fly-half after injuries forced off captain Johnny Sexton and debutant Billy Burns.With head coach Farrell seeking to give opportunities to peripheral members of his squad, Murray offered a diplomatic response to losing his starting spot.“You’ve got to be realistic. Jamison’s been playing really well and he deserved the chance,” said Murray. Jacob Stockdale in action for Ireland Jacob Stockdale in action for Ireland


Falkensteiner donates a weekend vacation in Zadar to employees of Zagreb hospitals


first_imgDvjesto vaučera, sto za Falkensteiner resort Borik u Zadru i sto za Falkensteiner resort Punta Skala nedaleko od Petrčana – donacija je hotelske grupacije Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences dvjema zagrebačkim bolnicama. ”U ime naših djelatnika te djelatnika Klinike za infektivne bolesti “Dr. Fran Mihaljević” mogu samo od srca zahvaliti na ovoj iznimnoj donaciji koju će oni sa zadovoljstvom iskoristiti čim završi naša zajednička borba protiv aktualne epidemije”, said the director of the Clinical Hospital “Sveti Duh”, prof. dr. sc. Mladen Bušić. “Doctors and nurses, as well as other staff in the healthcare system, are doing their best in the situation we find ourselves in due to the coronary virus pandemic. We think that when all this is over, the holiday will come in very handy. This is our small contribution at a time when we all need solidarity. “, reports from Falkensteiner. Health workers of the Clinical Hospital “Sveti Duh” and the Clinic for Infectious Diseases “Dr. Fran Mihaljević ”will be able to use their vouchers, two nights for them and their family, as soon as possible. Foto: Falkensteiner Hotels & Residenceslast_img read more


Qatar to Release LNG Carrier Shipyard Tender in a Few Weeks


first_imgQatar would soon release its tender for new liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers, according to Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, the country’s energy minister and the CEO of Qatar Petroleum.“In a few weeks, qualified shipyards will be invited to participate in a tender for the provision of LNG ship construction slots for the LNG shipping fleet required for the LNG expansion project,” he said.The upcoming tender was revealed at the sidelines of the 19th International Conference & Exhibition on Liquefied Natural Gas in Shanghai (LNG2019), during which Qatar Petroleum unveiled a number of major contracts for Qatar’s LNG expansion project, designed to increase LNG production capacity from 77 to 110 million tons per year by 2024.Some of the contracts include awarding the fabrication and installation of the offshore jackets to McDermott, as well as the deal for early site works required to prepare the site of the four new 8 mtpa LNG mega-trains in Ras Laffan Industrial City.Additionally, Al-Kaabi confirmed that Qatar Petroleum is in the tendering phase for 8 rigs for the development drilling. The onshore facilities FEED will be completed in the next few days, while the main invitations to tenders for the Engineering, Procurement and Construction of the facilities would be issued before the end of this month.In mid-February, 2019, Al-Kaabi confirmed the speculations that the Middle Eastern nation would order up to 60 new LNG carriers at a press conference held on the sidelines of the launch of TAWTEEN programme, according to The Peninsula.At the time, he explained that Qatar was in advanced negotiations to order between 50 and 60 gas carriers to transport the additional volume of nearly 50 million tonnes of LNG, including the LNG output volume abroad.last_img read more


New study finds pain from soda


first_imgBefore reaching for that can of soda, consider that the carbonated beverage  may actually cause pain, according to researchers at USC.On Sept. 29, The Journal of Neuroscience published a study conducted by USC professor Emily Liman that says the consumption of carbonated beverages triggers electrical impulses in our body that cause small amounts of pain.A rather serendiptous moment in her laboratory led Liman to explore the interaction between pain and soda.“We had one student in the lab working on molecules involved in mustard detection and one student who was working on responses to acids by taste cells. One day we took the solutions from the mustard detection and applied them to the taste cells,” Liman said.The two graduate students involved, Yuanyuan Wang and Rui Chang, continued to assist Professor Liman throughout the progression of the study.Liman said the sensory perception that one experiences when drinking soda is first sourness and then a burning sensation.It was previously thought that this burning sensation was caused by the chemical nature of the carbonation, particularly the bubbles found in such beverages. The study, however, proves that it is the carbon dioxide within the composition that leads to the burning.The study used the cells of mice that were taken from the part of the brain that contains pain sensory cells. The cells were then floated in carbonated saline to observe which ones reacted to the carbon dioxide.“TRPA1 molecules sense mustard and other noxious chemicals. These cells have receptors in our nasal and oral cavities; mustard binds to these receptors caus[ing] the generation of the electrical impulse. The same was found in the case of carbon dioxide,” Liman said.Liman said that even though the consumption of carbonated drinks causes pain and alerts our body to tissue damage, given the relatively small quantities of compounds within these drinks, tissue damage is unlikely to occur, even if someone is a regular soda drinker.Chang said he doesn’t think this discovery will change students’ drinking habits.“[The pain] is not expressed in the taste, there are other pathways in our body for us to feel like we’re drinking soda,” he said.Sabrina Hsu, a sophomore majoring in psychology who said she is a regular soda drinker, said she doesn’t believe she will stop drinking soda.“Generally people do what they want, regardless of what studies find,” Hsu said.last_img read more