• Car & Automotive

    meet chaos, the greek 3,000-horsepower ‘ultra car’ by SP automotive

    chaos is the world’s first ultra-car   designer and automotive engineer spyros panopoulos unveils the world’s first ‘ultra car‘ dubbed chaos, that will make its official debut on november 1. ‘this vehicle is faster than ever before, innovative at all levels, with new technologies and innovative materials.’ according to the SP automotive company. expensive materials including titanium, carbon fiber, kevlar, inconel exhaust system, and zylon, were employed to form the machine. the car‘s monocoque is made of the last aforementioned material, which is the strongest man-made fiber, and its cross-sectional strength beats both steel and carbon fiber.    the vehicle will be  

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  • Food & Cooking

    Smith: Black walnuts | Food and Cooking

    Jenna Smith When I was growing up, we had an old black walnut tree next to our driveway that would drop walnuts causing me to trip over them while chasing my brother. I loathed this tree, especially when it was my turn to mow the grass, as I had to first rake the walnuts, wasting more of my precious time. Little did I know that we could have used these annoying nuts for delicious food. However, they’re a hard nut to crack. If you’re determined enough to remove the husk (hop in your vehicle and drive over them a few  

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  • Law & Legal

    Practice Innovations: Archangels of Innovation within law firms

    Every law firm has them. Ambitious, innovative and tech-savvy young people with lots of good ideas on how to optimize the legal business with new delivery models and inventive new tools. These people are legal tech-evangelists, sending colleagues articles on legal innovation (like this one). They’ve also read a book or two about agile management, T-shaped people, and the shortcomings of waterfalls. Admittedly, they (or in this case, we) might be a little righteous, but they are on to something. The world is moving in their direction. I know, because I was one of them. I call them the  

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  • Business & Finance

    Euroclear Business and Financial update

    BRUSSELS, Oct. 29, 2021 /CNW/ — Financial highlights Q3 YTD 2021 operating income up 9% year-on-year to EUR 1156 million as strong Business Income growth offset lower Banking and Other Income Operating costs increased by 6% to EUR 676 million, including exceptional costs related to the MFEX acquisition Net profit increased by 11% to EUR 347 million EPS increased 11% to EUR 110.3 per share Euroclear logo (PRNewsfoto/Euroclear) Key Operating Metrics remain strong Assets under custody reached EUR 36.1 trillion an increase of 15% year on year Record number of netted transactions settled in the Euroclear group of  

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  • Sports & Travel

    After backlash, UMD adjusts COVID-19 travel policy for club sports

    The University of Maryland amended its policy that barred club sports teams from competing against teams whose schools do not have a COVID-19 vaccine mandate this month. Under the updated policy, teams traveling overnight or competing against teams that come from a school without a vaccine mandate must submit a negative COVID-19 test result, according to an Oct. 15 email from assistant club sports program director Kurt Klier. Students must be tested prior to traveling to an event with teams from schools that have not issued a vaccine requirement and tested again following the club’s return. Previously, club sports teams  

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