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Zuckerberg, Brin Announce Annual $3 Million Prize for Medical Research
Boston: MIT Press

Today, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, his wife Priscilla Chan, Google co-founder Sergey Brin, Biologist and businesswoman Anne Wojcicki (Brin’s wife), and investor Yuri Milner have announced a brand new yearly prize that rewards “excellence in research aimed at curing intractable diseases and extending human life.”

It’s called the Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences. Apple Chairman Art Levinson with chair the new foundation.

“Our society needs more heroes who are scientists, researchers and engineers. We need to celebrate and reward the people who cure diseases, expand our understanding of humanity and work to improve people’s lives. That’s why Priscilla and I are honored to partner with Sergey Brin, Anne Wojcicki, Art Levinson and Yuri Milner to create the Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences. At $3 million per prize, it’s the largest prize for this work in the world. I’m hopeful this serves as a blueprint for prizes and philanthropy in other fields as well, ” said Zuckerberg in a Facebook post.

“Curing a disease should be worth more than a touchdown, ” added Sergey Brin.

The inaugural winners have been announced as well, and here’s the full list:

Cornelia I. Bargmann

Torsten N. Wiesel

Source: WebProNews

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2005-09-26 13:58:04 by nuordersg

Unfortunately, the whole are of BA is very broad..can mean anything. but let me try some specifics. From the job description, they want a "Project Analyst." In this type of position, you would be looking at project costing and project costs, performance to plan, scheduling and risk analysis. In sophisticated environments, you would be doing real-options project valuation using Binomial or Black-Scholes, maybe some scenario analysis, NPV of project, Project Check-Points and "go-no-go analysis." Depending on the project..eng., software, etc, you would probably assist with costing the delivery solution (ie. customer requirements, engineering BOM, supply chain costs, etc).You may need to know how to program in SAS, Mathematica, or MatLab...or at a minimum visual basic.
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Can you please review my Resume (again)?

2005-05-12 20:49:01 by kosluvr

Career Objective
To utilize and further advance my understanding and application of marketing research with my analytical, writing, and technical abilities.
Productive team member with superior verbal communications and customer service skills. Competent in analysis, diagnosis, solution discovery and implementation. Interests are far and wide with concentration in Automotive, Wireless, and IT Industries.
Professional Experience
J.D. Power and Associates/McGraw-Hill Companies –
Automotive Analyst/Consultant. Orange, CA October 2004 – April 2005
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that exceeds client expectations.
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2005-07-07 17:37:57 by Jobhuntingforever

Ok, the format is a little off. please give me any advice to make it more effective, thanks a lot!
OBJECTIVE: To obtain a challenging position in accounting or financial services that best utilizes my strong quantitative analysis and problem solving skills
EXPERIENCE: Accounting Assistant, 2004-Present
• Used QuickBooks and Excel to take full charge of bookkeeping
• Collected employee time sheet, called in payroll service provider Paychex
• Made weekly check runs and bank deposits
• Created invoice monthly
• Made month end journal entries and bank, credit card reconciliation
• Managed petty cash
• Processed employee reimbursement requests
• Maintained fixed assets depreciation schedule in Excel
• Prepared documentation...

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