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How to operate a business jet to EBACE in Geneva

The annual European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) is Europe’s largest business aviation tradeshow. This year’s event will take place May 21-23, 2019 in Geneva. Due to ongoing GA congestion issues, it is recommended that operators attending the event, plan well in advance. Here’s what you need to know: 1. What is EBACE? EBACE is Europe’s equivalent to NBAA’s Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE, or often just called “NBAA”). Unlike NBAA, which alternates site...
Tags: Europe, France, Germany, Switzerland, Aviation, Geneva, Customs, Basel, Aviation Fuel, Aoc, Bern, FBO, Civil Aviation Authority CAA, PPR, NBAA, Airport Slots

Chocolates in Switzerland You Must Try

When it comes to must-dos on a trip to Switzerland, there are so many things to put on your list. Sure, you can throw yourself off a perfectly good cliff in Interlaken, or even take an insanely steep train to the top of a mountain. But there is one thing you should never forget to do in this land of stunning views, and that is over-indulge in some sweet chocolatey chocolates in Switzerland! Chocolates in Switzerland There are so many tasty ways to experience Swiss chocolates, and in this post ...
Tags: Travel, Food, Rome, Switzerland, Geneva, Anna, Basel, Zurich, Lucerne, Interlaken, Lindt, Broc, Buchs, du Rhône, Läderach, Sprüngli

At Age 93, This Dance Teacher Is The Last Direct Link To Katherine Dunham

“[Othella] Dallas is one of the few founding members of the Katherine Dunham Dance Company still alive — and the only one still teaching, primarily through a dance school she opened in Basel in 1975 … [It is] the only known institution in Europe that teaches pure Dunham technique.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Europe, Dance, Basel, Dunham, Katherine Dunham, 04.30.19, Othella -RSB- Dallas, Katherine Dunham Dance Company

Fleming's method in miniature

Scientists in the Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering at ETH Zurich in Basel have developed a method with which they can quickly test a very large number of molecules for antibiotic effect. With it, they have already successfully discovered new antibiotic candidates produced by microorganisms. In the future, they will use their new technology to examine soil samples and the microbiome on human skin for medically useful microorganisms.
Tags: Basel, Eth Zurich, Fleming, Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering

Why the Swiss Still Love Cash

gollum123 shares a report from the BBC: Last month, the Swiss unveiled a smart new banknote to stash in their wallets. The purple 1,000 franc bill was the latest in the Swiss National Bank (SNB) series to undergo a revamp. But this revamp comes as other nations are phasing out their high-value notes and as cash usage declines in European nations, albeit at greatly differing rates. In Switzerland, cash remains the dominant payment method. Here, there's an assumption everyone carries cash, even in...
Tags: Tech, Bbc, Switzerland, Basel, National Bank SNB, Chris Troiani

Incredible stat highlights Man United’s lack of defensive progression after Barcelona defeat

An amazing statistic has emerged online this evening, showcasing the lack of progression made by Manchester United on the personnel front over the last 8 years. Barcelona vs Man United Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men travelled to the Camp Nou tonight, for the 2nd-leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie with Barcelona. Hosts Barca headed into proceedings in firm control of the tie, having emerged from Old Trafford last week with a precious 1-0 win. As such, ahead of kick-off in Catalunya, th...
Tags: Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Manchester United, Manchester, Old Trafford, Lionel Messi, David De Gea, Alexis Sanchez, Phil Jones, Messi, Basel, Barca, Gary Neville, Camp Nou, United

Best places to travel in June

Though it seems like spring just got here, it’s never too early to start thinking about where to take a summer trip. Because the kids are finally out of school and every co-worker has just about had it by the time June rolls around, it’s one of the most popular months to travel, which means the usual suspects like New York City or Italy will be overrun with crowds. In order to avoid spending your entire vacation on line or in traffic, your best bet is to book a June holiday to an unexpected p...
Tags: Travel, Hbo, London, Australia, France, New York City, Israel, US, Tel Aviv, America, San Francisco, Mit, Park, Canada, Grenada, South Dakota

Marco Silva provides triple Everton injury update ahead of Fulham

Silva provides Toffees injury update Marco Silva has issued an injury update on three Everton stars ahead of their clash with Fulham in the capital this weekend. The Toffees are enjoying a very nice spell of form going into the game with Fulham. After a very poor run of form during the winter, Marco Silva came under pressure at Goodison. Though, it’s been a very different story in recent weeks. Their impressive run started with a 2-0 win over Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea, Richarlison and Gylfi Sigu...
Tags: Sport, Colombia, Soccer, Chelsea, Arsenal, Everton, Chelsea FC, Fulham, Basel, Goodison Park, Toffees, Kurt Zouma, Morgan Schneiderlin, Phil Jagielka, Efc, Everton Fc

The Grey NATO: Episode 78 - The Baselworld 2019 Megasode

The boys survived Basel and came back with gold (and steel).
Tags: Watches, Basel, Grey NATO

Liverpool to challenge Everton for David Neres signing

Liverpool enter the race for Neres Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Ajax starlet David Neres who has been linked with a move to Everton in recent weeks. Neres has been making waves across Europe this season. The Brazilian has impressed with Ajax both in Eredivisie and the Champions League. Scoring 10 goals and assisting 13, including a goal against Real Madrid, Neres has really made a name for himself. Now, there’s a lot of talk about where he could end up next season Everton were...
Tags: Europe, Instagram, Sport, Ajax, Soccer, Premier League, Liverpool, Everton, Brazil, Borussia Dortmund, Merseyside, Basel, Goodison Park, Huddersfield Town, Everton Fc, Paris Saint Germain

Everton scout Basel’s Eray Comert

Everton & Basel’s Eray Comert Will Everton be in the market for a new centre-half this summer? Marco Silva already has several options at the back. Michael Keane and Yerry Mina are on long term deals at Goodison Park. Phil Jagielka, however, is set to become a free agent this summer unless he agrees a new deal with the Toffees. According to reports out of Switzerland, Everton have scouted Basel’s 21-year-old centre-back Eray Comert. Everton scout Swiss U21 centre-back Blick reporter Stefan Kr...
Tags: Nike, Sport, Soccer, Liverpool, Everton, Borussia Dortmund, Europa League, Basel, Porto, Toffees, Iker Casillas, Swiss Super League, Fcb, Blick, Marco Silva, FC Zurich

Elneny may leave Arsenal for Besiktas

Summer departures at the Emirates Mohamed Elneny could leave Arsenal after being linked with a move away from the club ahead of the summer transfer window. It’s not been great for Elneny of late. The Egyptian midfielder has only featured four times for Arsenal in the Premier League this campaign. Elneny has predominantly played in the Europa League, having featured in five games, assisting one goal. With a lack of time on the pitch, Elneny has been linked with a move away from Arsenal several t...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Southampton, Arsenal, Emirates, Mesut Ozil, Besiktas, Emirates Stadium, Europa League, Basel, Roma, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Mohamed Elneny, London England, Elneny

Newcastle’s Fabian Schar is injured ahead of Arsenal

Arsenal vs Newcastle Newcastle will travel to Arsenal this coming game week for their first fixture since the international break. The Magpies will be eager to pick up all three points as they look to stave off relegation for another season. Newcastle are currently seven points above 18th place Cardiff City but the Welsh side do have a game in hand. Arsenal, on the other hand, have their eyes fixed on a Champions League spot. Unai Emery’s side will start the weekend in 4th place. However, they ...
Tags: Georgia, Sport, Soccer, Arsenal, Newcastle United, Newcastle, Emirates, Brighton, Switzerland, Cardiff City, Denmark, Rafael Benitez, Basel, Man United, Salomon Rondon, Magpies

Woman, 75, arrested after boy stabbed to death in Switzerland

Seven-year-old attacked in street while walking home from school in Basel, police sayPolice in Switzerland have arrested a 75-year-old woman on suspicion of killing a seven-year-old boy who was fatally stabbed on his way home from school.The child was attacked while walking alone in the north-western city of Basel at about 12.30pm local time (1130 GMT), police said. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, World news, Switzerland, Basel

Swiss police arrest woman, 75, over fatal stabbing of child

BERLIN (AP) — Police in the northwestern Swiss city of Basel say they have arrested a 75-year-old woman on suspicion of killing a 7-year-old boy in the street. Basel police said in a statement that the boy was walking home from school shortly after midday Thursday when he was stabbed. His teacher found the child […]
Tags: News, Berlin, Ap, Nation, Basel

Czech ‘keeper Vaclik out of England Euro qualifier

Prague (AFP) – Sevilla ‘keeper Tomas Vaclik has been ruled out of the Czech team for their opening Euro 2020 qualifying clash against England at Wembley on Friday after tearing a muscle last week. Doctors said the ‘keeper would also sit out their friendly with Brazil in Prague on March 26 and will likely be replaced by Stade Rennes keeper Tomas Koubek. “Tomas underwent magnetic resonance imaging. We found out he had a torn oblique muscle,” doctor Petr Krejci said in a statement. He added the 29...
Tags: England, Sport, Prague, Soccer, Brazil, Wembley, Sevilla, Europa League, Basel, Stade Rennes, Afp, Slavia Prague, Slavia, Tomas Vaclik, Vaclik, Prague AFP Sevilla

Anghami are bringing podcasts to the Middle East and North Africa

Music streaming is becoming bigger in the MENA region and native streamers Anghami are betting on podcasts being the next big thing. Anghami is a music streaming service from Lebanon that wanted to bring the power of unlimited, on-demand music to the Middle East and North Africa. As one of very few streamers local to the region, Anghami has built an impressive audience with a reach of nearly 70 million registered users. They have built a community of over 2 million artists gaining 1 bil...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Podcasts, Digital, Middle East, Dubai, Podcasting, Music Streaming, Streaming, Basel, Lebanon, Snoop Dogg, Deezer, Digital Music News, Mena, North Africa

testing what are the odds

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Raphael Wicky hired as US under-17 coach

CHICAGO (AP) — Former Basel coach Raphael Wicky has been hired to replace John Hackworth as coach of the U.S. under-17 team. The 41-year-old former defensive midfielder made 75 appearances for Switzerland from 1996-08 and was on the roster for the World Cup in 2006 and the European Championship in 1996 and 2004. He played […]
Tags: News, US, Sports, Ap, Chicago, Switzerland, Basel, Raphael Wicky, John Hackworth

Roche's Tecentriq notches win in breast cancer with U.S. approval

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Tecentriq mixed with the chemotherapy Abraxane to treat inoperable, locally advanced or metastatic triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) in people whose tumors express PD-L1, a protein that may help cancers avoid detection by the immune system. Roughly 40 percent of the patients in Roche's study had tumors with high PD-L1 levels. The FDA's OK was based on a trial that showed the drug cocktail helped stave off the disease's advance by a median...
Tags: Science, Fda, Basel, U S Food and Drug Administration FDA, Roche, TNBC, Abraxane

Timeless Basketball Court Art by Matt W. Moore

Timeless Basketball Court Art by Matt W. Moore AoiroStudioMar 07, 2019 It's been a little while I haven't personally glance at Matt W. Moore and it just as killer. A graphic artist based in Portland, ME, USA, we wanted to share his 2017 project he worked for Rémy Martin in Miami at The W South Beach during Art Basel on a basketball court. That drone shot alone is totally worth this entire project in terms of awesomeness, make sure to check out that video too....
Tags: Design, Miami, Basel, South Beach, Remy Martin, Portland ME USA, Matt W Moore

Crossing the Alps by Train: Three rail routes from Switzerland to Italy

“I want to see the Alps by train, so I’ve the booked a ride south from Berne into Italy,” said Margot. We didn’t have the heart to tell her that a big chunk of the 90-minute run from the Swiss capital south to Domodossola in Italy is through tunnels. Of course, there is a lot of decent scenery too, but traversing the Alps by this Simplon rail route is hardly a great mountain experience. Here’s our quick guide to your choice of north-south rail routes if you are traveling from central Europe thro...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Milan, France, Davos, Train, Italy, Switzerland, Alps, Geneva, Basel, Rail, Zurich, Railways, Alpine, Dailycheapo

Rhine River Overview

The Rhine River begins its downhill journey from Swiss Alps becoming navigable in the Swiss city of Basel. As the… The post Rhine River Overview appeared first on Cruise Maven.
Tags: Travel, Basel, Rivers, Rhine River, Rhine River Overview

Roche 'steps up' for gene therapy with $4.3 billion Spark bet

Roche will pay $114.50 per share for Spark, more than twice the U.S. company's closing price on Feb. 22, for a portfolio that includes a blindness treatment that has U.S. and European approval and other projects for hemophilia and neurodegenerative disorders like Huntington's disease. Basel-based Roche is buying Spark as rivals, including Novartis, also move aggressively into gene therapy, where treatments for rare, inherited diseases command some of the highest prices in medicine. Spark's bli...
Tags: Science, Novartis, Basel, Roche, HUNTINGTON, Luxturna

UBS Fined €3.7 billion Over Tax Evasion Allegations

Swiss bank UBS has been fined €3.7 billion over alleged assistance in tax evasion for wealthy clients. The bank has been a partner with Art Basel since 1994. “Art Basel has a long-term partnership with UBS and continues working with UBS as its global lead partner,” a spokesperson said. Read more at Art Newspape
Tags: Art, News, Ubs, Basel, Art Basel, Art News, Minipost

5 reasons Basel should be on your radar

When travelers think of Switzerland, the gorgeous scenery and skiing are often top of mind.  But what else is there to do?  Consider Basel!  Here are five reasons you should visit Basel during your next visit to Western Europe. The museums… obviously! Basel has a whopping number of museums (almost 40!) in this small, beautiful […] The post 5 reasons Basel should be on your radar appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Attractions, Switzerland, Food And Drink, Basel, Regions, Going Out, Western Europe, Travel Miscellany

Mars One is Dead (slashdot)

The company that aimed to put humanity on the red planet has met an unfortunate, but wholly-expected end. Engadget reports: Mars One Ventures, the for-profit arm of the Mars One mission was declared bankrupt back in January, but wasn't reported until a keen-eyed Redditor found the listing. It was the brainchild of Dutch entrepreneur Bas Lansdorp, previously the founder of green energy company Ampyx Power. Lansdorp's aim was to start a company that could colonize one of our nearest neighbors. Mar...
Tags: UK, News, Basel, Engadget, Bas Lansdorp, Lansdorp, Msmash, Ampyx Power Lansdorp, Ventures AG, Ventures PLC, Mars One Foundation, Engadget Bas Lansdorp

Mars One is Dead

The company that aimed to put humanity on the red planet has met an unfortunate, but wholly-expected end. Engadget reports: Mars One Ventures, the for-profit arm of the Mars One mission was declared bankrupt back in January, but wasn't reported until a keen-eyed Redditor found the listing. It was the brainchild of Dutch entrepreneur Bas Lansdorp, previously the founder of green energy company Ampyx Power. Lansdorp's aim was to start a company that could colonize one of our nearest neighbors. Mar...
Tags: UK, Tech, Basel, Engadget, Bas Lansdorp, Lansdorp, Ampyx Power Lansdorp, Ventures AG, Ventures PLC, Mars One Foundation, Engadget Bas Lansdorp

Roche, joining rivals, donates hemophilia drug to boost access

Switzerland's Roche will donate its new hemophilia A drug Hemlibra to a World Hemophilia Federation program, it said on Wednesday, joining rivals who also back the effort to help patients in developing countries who face treatment hurdles. Roche's donation will focus on patients who have developed resistance, or inhibitors, to current hemophilia A treatments as well as children, the Basel-based company said in a statement. Roche joins other companies including Sanofi's Bioverativ, Sobi, CSL Be...
Tags: Science, Switzerland, Basel, Roche, Sanofi, Grifols, World Hemophilia Federation, Bioverativ Sobi CSL Behring

Urban biodiversity: Remarkable diversity of small animals in Basel gardens

Gardens in urban areas can harbor a remarkable diversity of species. This has been found by researchers from the University of Basel in a field study carried out with the support of private garden owners from the Basel region. Furthermore, the research team shows that nature-friendly garden management and design can largely compensate for the negative effects of urbanization on biodiversity. The study will be presented at the public conference 'Nature conservation in and around Basel' on Feb. 1,...
Tags: Basel, University of Basel