In addition, to plug gaps in venture capitalism, financial support will be provided for promising startups to "help them sustain their innovation and entrepreneurship journey", Heng said. Some SG$285 million will be set aside to fuel and bring in at least another SG$285 million in matching private investments. This is in addition to an earlier SG$300 million committed to help deep tech startups gain access to capital, expertise, and industry networks, he said. … [Read more...] about Singapore puts $352M focus on digital transformation to help firms cope with pandemic fallout
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Marijuana contains about 60 active compounds called cannabinoids. The most well-known marijuana compound is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is associated with the "high" effect of smoking marijuana and can cause psychosis and anxiety. Another compound is cannabidiol (CBD), which is not psychoactive and appears to have opposite effects. However, more research is needed to know all the effects of marijuana compounds, experts say. … [Read more...] about Medical Marijuana May Help Treat Symptoms of MS
Animal studies of THC, the main ingredient in marijuana responsible for the drug's mind-altering effects, as a treatment for seizures have had mixed results — some studies suggest it has anti-epileptic effects, but others suggest it can actually promote seizures, Cilio said. On the other hand, animal studies of CBD have more consistently shown that this compound reduces seizures. … [Read more...] about Could Cannabis Prevent Childhood Seizures?
Don’t Be Afraid to Get Social (Media) Everyone is practicing social distancing, but this doesn’t mean we can’t explore other ways to be social. Artists turn to social media to do things like stay updated on the latest news, take a quick break during busy work days or just keep in touch with friends, colleagues and fans. … [Read more...] about Remote Creation: Artists Share Tips and Tricks on Staying Productive While Working from Home
If you watch crime dramas, you'll be forgiven for the impression that DNA evidence makes an airtight case. And if you do have that impression, you might be confused about the internationally famous case of American Amanda Knox, convicted of murdering her British roommate in Perugia, Italy in 2007. After all, the prosecution's case was based on DNA evidence; Knox's genetic fingerprints were found by Italian police on the handle of a kitchen knife, which also had the victim's DNA on the blade. … [Read more...] about How weak DNA evidence railroaded—and then rescued—Amanda Knox