In the paper GSS discusses what an incubator is, why CO2 needs to be measured and what the requirements for a CO2 sensor are.The paper also highlights the role GGS’ SprintIR-6S and ExplorlR-W CO2 sensors can play to address applications where high measurement rate, responsiveness and long-term accuracy are parament. “Suitable for CO2 incubators and a variety of other life science applications, they come with several options that allow the sensor to be optimised for the installation,” the paper reads.GSS’ full white paper can be accessed here.
Melody Pons WESTERN Visayas Regional Athletic Association (WVRAA) Blue Barons secondary girls volleyball team’s libero Melody Pons is set to follow the footsteps of her elder sister Bernadeth Pons in the collegiate ranks.The Talisay City, Negros Occidental native said she is set to move to the Far Eastern University Lady Tamaraws once she finished her high school at the Rafael Lacson Memorial National High School.Melody added that she did not think twice on committing to the Lady Tamaraws for college and has in fact trained with its collegiate team during summer the past two years.“I am joining FEU’s practices during summer the last two years,” said Melody, who played a key role in Blue Barons’ runner-up finish in the 2019 Palarong Pambansa secondary girls volleyball. “In fact, FEU wanted me to transfer already and continue my high school there but I followed the advice of my coach in Talisay City to finish my secondary degree first in (Rafael Lacson),” she added.The 16-year-old Melody also said she will be reverting back to her old position as an open hitter once she moves to the Lady Tamaraws, just like her sister Bernadeth.“Like ate (Bernadeth) I am really a spiker but I chose to play as libero,” Melody said. “I expect to return to my original position at FEU. I am looking forward to move there even if the training there is much tougher than in Talisay.”/PN
After receiving information about Covid-19, one person who attended the Latvian Football Federation (LFF) Congress on July 3 underwent extensive testing in the Latvian football community, including clubs.It has already been reported that three cases of infection have been detected in the administration of Jūrmala “Spartaka”, but one – in the management of “Valmiera”. As a precaution, the “Liepājas” – “Spartaka” match did not take place on Sunday, which has now been postponed to the middle of September.On Monday, the “Riga” team announced that all footballers, coaches, staff and other persons involved in the club’s activities had been tested, and none of them had been infected with Covid-19. On Tuesday, the same message came from RFS and “Jelgava” units.Related news Another case of Covid-19 has been identified at the Football Federation Congress After several cases of Covid-19 illness in Jurmala “Spartaks” team, the football league game is canceled Covid-19 footballer Indriksons attends “Valmiera” game with “Spartak” RFS and “Riga” teams will hold a duel at the stadium of the national sports base “Arkadia” on Friday, which will most likely decide which unit will finish the first lap in the leading position.In total, six people in the Latvian football family have been infected with Covid-19, five of whom participated in the congress held on July 3.Others are currently reading This “young girl” surprises everyone by revealing her true age “I’m not a Covid-19 tourist!” A woman from Russia explains why she is going to cross the Latvian border on foot VIDEO: Solid8 CEO resigns after racist behavior in restaurant. The waitress receives a tip of 720,000 euros
Manchester City reached the League Cup final, shattering second-tier Bristol City’s hopes of a remarkable upset, as the Premier League leaders survived a late fightback to win 3-2 on Tuesday and clinch the tie 5-3 on aggregate.City appeared to be cruising when goals from Leroy Sane and Sergio Aguero either side of halftime put them three goals up over the two legs, after a 2-1 win in the first leg, before their plucky opponents dragged themselves back into the game.Marlon Pack reduced the arrears for the hosts and Aden Flint grabbed another deep into stoppage time to make it 2-2 on the night, leaving them one goal short of forcing extra time.There was time for one more goal, but sadly for the second-tier side, it was scored by the visitors’ Kevin De Bruyne in the sixth minute of added time, leaving Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side to face Arsenal or Chelsea in the final on Feb. 25.The second semi-final, second leg is on Wednesday.