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Larry Silverstein of Silverstein Properties, the leaseholder and developer of the complex, retains control of the surrounding buildings, while the Port Authority has full control of the tower itself. Silverstein signed a 99-year lease for the World Trade Center site in July 2001, and remains actively involved in most aspects of the site's redevelopment process.
David Childs, one of Silverstein's favorite architects, joined the project after being urged by him. Childs developed a design for One World Trade Center, initially collaborating with Daniel Libeskind. In May 2005, Childs revised the design to address security concerns. He is the architect of the tower, and is responsible for overseeing its day-to-day design and development.
'One World - One Health' is a developing concept which aims to explicitly incorporate linkages between the environment and human society into wildlife and human health care. Past work in the field has concentrated on aspects of disease, particularly emerging zoonoses, and focused on terrestrial systems. Here, we argue that marine environments are crucial components of the 'One World - One Health' framework, and that coral reefs are the epitome of its underlying philosophy. That is, they provide vast contributions to a wide range of ecosystem services with strong and direct links to human well-being. Further, the sensitivity of corals to climate change, and the current emergence of a wide range of diseases, make coral reefs ideal study systems to assess links, impacts, and feedback mechanisms that can affect human and ecosystem health. There are well established protocols for monitoring corals, as well as global networks of coral researchers, but there remain substantial challenges to understanding these complex systems, their health and links to provisioning of ecosystem services. We explore these challenges and conclude with a look at how developing technology offers potential ways of addressing them. We argue that a greater integration of coral reef research into the 'One World - One Health' framework will enrich our understanding of the many links within, and between, ecosystems and human society. This will ultimately support the development of measures for improving the health of both humans and the environment.
By taking a comprehensive view of the safety of an organization's activities, products and services with an aim towards continual improvement, not only can an organization improve the safety of its own employees, but also the safety of consumers and the general public. By identifying the safety aspects and impacts of a facility's operations and implementing controls and operational procedures, a facility will improve the safety of its employees. By applying this same approach to a company's products and services, the safety of consumers and the general public will also benefit from the same continual improvement.
ISO 14001 and ISO 14004 are applicable to the development of an environmental management system, and thus are most relevant to this paper. While ISO 14001 contains the ISO's actual standard for environmental management systems and is most commonly referred to, ISO 14004 provides more information and guidance on implementing an environmental management system. Although ISO 14001 sets the requirements, ISO 14004 gives practical examples and "tips" on how to implement procedures to comprise an environmental management system. Thus, ISO 14004 becomes particularly useful in the development of an environmental management system.
7 World Trade Center marks the gateway to the new WTC, and heralds the spirit of redevelopment and renewal in Downtown Manhattan. 7WTC is a pioneer in terms of environmental responsibility, energy efficiency, and quality of life.
The brain is a highly interrelated organ, and its multiple functions operate in a richly coordinated fashion. Emotional well-being and social competence provide a strong foundation for emerging cognitive abilities, and together they are the bricks and mortar that comprise the foundation of human development. The emotional and physical health, social skills, and cognitive-linguistic capacities that emerge in the early years are all important prerequisites for success in school and later in the workplace and community.
Welcome to the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center (TRI), the largest industrial park in the world. Not only is Tesla Gigafactory 1 located here, but many of the foremost tech companies in the world, such as Blockchains, Google, Jet.com, and Switch have recognized the unique location, development and business benefits of this park
EDC creates solutions to urgent challenges in education, health, and economic development, conducting programs in all 50 states and employ staff in nearly 20 countries. Positions are available at our world headquarters in Boston; at one of our main offices in New York, Chicago, or Washington, D.C.; or in one of our many field locations around the world.
We offer a collegial environment that attracts employees seeking excellence in all they do. Our diverse staff includes teachers, health professionals, international development experts, community organizers, mathematicians, scientists, education researchers, technology specialists, and a range of business, technical, and creative professionals.
The World Bank has two main goals: to end extreme poverty and promote shared prosperity. It seeks to achieve them primarily by providing loans, risk management products, and expertise on development-related disciplines to its borrowing member government clients in middle-income countries and other creditworthy countries, and by coordinating responses to regional and global challenges. It has been issuing sustainable development bonds in the international capital markets for 70 years to fund its activities that achieve a positive impact.
The Center for Life Science Enterprise, a New York State Center for Advanced Technology (CAT), fosters collaboration between Cornell University researchers and industry partners, spurring economic development in the region and throughout the state. (Photography: Simon Wheeler)
Esco Aster is a vertically-integrated contract research, development and manufacturing organization (CRDMO) founded and deeply rooted by scientists enabling fellow scientists to translate their benchwork into life-saving diagnostics, medicines, therapies, cosmeceuticals, and cellular agriculture, at affordable prices for self-sufficiency of the country.
We make complex manufacturing simple via our proprietary best-in-class continuous manufacturing platforms providing a reliable and linearly scalable outcome with a track record of being used in 8 commercial human and animal health vaccines. We offer contract research and developmental services, which advances into pilot scale-up and commercial-scale production as we grow with our collaborators and partners.
Apart from process equipment and turnkey facilities, we offer process development to support client's specific needs and requirements for cell culture process development and optimization. This includes cell culture medium optimization, seed preparation process development, and system layout and process integration.
We specialize and are best-in-class in accelerated adherent cell line creation and development in conjunction with our adherent cell banking, characterization, testing and storage services for your various applications.
Leveraging the market demand for rapid biologics development, we offer a strain development platform with state-of-the-art technology of random mutagenesis using Atmospheric Room Temperature Plasma (ARTP) technology and high-throughput and parallel screening of strains using Microbial Microdroplet Culture (MMC) system.
We can help develop your LNP formulations with our expert team of formulation scientists and provide contract manufacturing service with our fill-and-finish systems in an advanced facility to produce your product at large-scale quantities for clinical trials. We have the speed, reliability and expertise to collaborate with you through a turnkey solution from development to manufacturing .
Our Adherent Cell Tide Motion Platform forms the core of our process development (PD) / Clinical Trial Material (CTM) which is translational bridge to accelerate clinical/investigational medicinal products from bench to good laboratory practice (GLP), Phase 1 / 2 clinical trial material, intermediates and Phase 3 bridging studies when converting from roller bottles, microcarriers or multilayer 2D planar cultureware into Adherent Cell Tide Motion Platform which is linearly scalable to commercial scale.
See where we are at in our product development pipeline! These consist of our internal and international co-development collaborations with specific focus on vaccines, cell therapy, new modalities for oncology, rare/orphan drugs, genetic diseases.
Esco Aster Pte Ltd is a cGMP CRDMO operating as an independent subsidiary of Esco Lifesciences Group. We provide process development (PD) and contract manufacturing (from upstream to downstream, formulation and filling), consultation, and clinical research services bridging the translation gap from bench to bedside.
We are a unique LEED Platinum-certified nature education facility situated on 18 acres of land adjacent to the Middle Patuxent Environmental Area. We offer educational programs, field trips, birthday parties, home school, scout programs, and more. This Center was made a reality through the foresight and generosity of James and Anne Robinson. The Center continues to be partially supported by the James & Anne Robinson Foundation and is owned and operated by the Howard County Department of Recreation & Parks.
The Robinson Nature Center welcomes your family's visit. In partnership with Leadership Howard, Howard County Recreation & Parks' Therapeutic Recreation program and the Howard County Autism Society, we have developed visual, social, communicative and sensory supports for children and adults with autism spectrum disorder as well as developmental, sensory and learning differences. You will find these supports throughout the nature center and can read more about them below. Additionally, we offer regular training opportunities for our staff and volunteers on how to accommodate children and adults with developmental, sensory and learning differences. We hope our staff, volunteers and tangible supports help your family to have a successful visit and leave you feeling happy and eager to return and to continue exploring nature as a family. 59ce067264