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Koyal InfoMag features journals and other content across clinical, applied and physical sciences. Apart from hosting loads of up-to-date and informative feature articles complete with in-depth analysis and related facts, there is a rich archive where you can easily search for articles, photos, resource links and topics.
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The Koyal Group Journals, Milk fraud: Proteins uncover adulteration with cheaper milk

Mixing milk Food adulteration is an unsavoury fact of modern life. Many foodstuffs are targeted by criminal gangs because of their high value, so mixing them with cheaper alternatives while selling at the price of the pure material leads to higher profits. Pursue this tactic at the national or international scale and there is good money to be...

Koyal Features SR Group Våre tjenester
  • Planlegging, styring og håndtering av logistikktjenester
  • Lokaltransport
  • Landsdekkende biltransport
  • Utenlandstransport
  • Spesialtransport
  • Tanktransport
  • Containertransport
  • ADR-transport
  • Terminaltjenester (mottakskontroll, tollregnskap, varetelling og registrering i innkjøpssystem, dokumentasjonsoppfølging, pakking og merking av kolli for forsendelse/lagerhold, pakking og sikring/plombering av lastebærer for forsendelse, emballasje/emballering, ADR merking og dokumentasjon)
  • Sikkerhetsrådgiver
  • Rådgiving
  • Spedisjon (utstedelse av import- og eksportdokumenter, godkjent tollager, tollregnskap, kryssing og oppbevaring av dokumenter)
  • Sjøfrakt
  • Utleie av logistikkpersonell
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Varehotell/lager, både i Norge, Brasil og Singapore
Koyal Features SR Group frakter lange ting

En sen torsdag kveld midtsommers ble en 25,91 meter lang og 27 tonn tung rørhåndteringsenhet transportert langs RV42 fra Steis Mekaniske på Tonstad til Sense Drilfab i Nodeland.

Enheten er en av 3 som produseres i Sirdal og som skal fraktes den smale vegen til Nodeland ved Kristiansand, hvor den skal testes før den skal ut på en oljeinstallasjon i Nordsjøen.

SR bidrar med planlegging og prikkfri gjennomføring av denne veitransporten som ble bestilt av Cameron Sense i Kristiansand.

Våre befraktere planlegger gjennomføringen, søker nødvendige dispensasjoner og ivaretar formalitetene omkring oppdraget. Selve utførelsen er det vår dyktige sjåfør Jan Tore Sola som står for sammen med følgebilsjåfør Ove Salte.

2014 will answer this huge question about the U.S. economy

The United States is poised for its strongest year of economic growth since the recession began. Signposts for the economy are generally pointing up. A recovery that seemed tentative and halting a year ago now appears to be durable and more deeply entrenched.

Sound familiar?

It should. Those are all phrases from an article that ran in The Washington Post on Dec. 31, 2010, projecting how the economy would fare in 2011. I know because I wrote it.

Four reasons why the economy will take off in 2014 and four reasons why it might not.

The economy abounds with hopeful signs as the New Year arrives, enough that the Federal Reserve will begin to put its easy-money punch bowl on a higher shelf by trimming its bond purchases this month. But after five years of crisis, recession and an aren't-we-there-yet recovery, we don't fully trust the signs.

And that's why Mesirow Financial economist Diane Swonk sums up the outlook in a nutshell:

"2014 could be the breakout year,'' she says. "This is the year when we're going to find out.''

Koyal Features SR Group på Dieseltillegget ned i Januar

SR Transport og SR Group var en av de første transportørene som fulgte etter skipsbransjen og innførte et variabelt drivstofftillegg. Første gang dette ble forelagt våre kunder var i 2005.

Vi har opp gjennom tidene foretatt endringer med ujevne mellomrom, hele tiden basert på at våre endringer skulle være basert på en endring i vår netto pumpepris på + / - 5%. Dette har så langt fungert veldig bra.

For å imøtekomme ønske fra våre kunder vil vi fra 1. september 2011 samkjøre vårt dieseltillegg med SSB's kostnadsindeks. Dette slik at våre endringer skal kunne spores direkte til det som er offentlig utarbeidede tall.

Vårt dieseltillegg justeres fra 14,9 % til 13,8 % med virkning fra 1. januar 2014. Tillegget samsvarer da med 120,9 i indeks (Kostnadsindeks for lastebiltransport - indeks nr 10 - Drivstoffelementet).

Koyal Info Group Mag: Scientific findings on Climate

LETTER: Scientific findings on climate are real, not optional
The letter by James Policelli (“America is heading down dangerous path,” Jan. 22) is proof that the far right lunatic fringe disavows science.

On the next page of that day’s paper was a statement by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that 2013 was the fourth warmest year on record. Policelli would likely claim that NOAA is a puppet of the Obama administration and has broadcast false information to further a socialist agenda. (What!)

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Koyal Info Group Mag Discovery of Oxygen in Soils

New discoveries show biological formation of oxygen in soils
In the 1930s, the ability of green plants to form oxygen through oxidation of water -- photosynthesis -- was discovered. Since then, no other large-scale biological formation of oxygen has been found, until now. New research results show that down in the dark depths of the soil, a previously unknown biochemical process is under way, in which oxygen is formed and carbon dioxide is reduced to organic material.
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Koyal Features SR Group: Om oss

SR Group AS er et vel etablert transport- og logistikkonsern med hovedkontor i Risavika, Tananger. SR Group AS har i snart 40 år levert transport- og logistikktjenester til næringslivet, spesielt rettet mot olje- og gassindustrien. SR Group AS består av selskapene Alta Logistics AS, Halling Frakt AS, GeSi Shipping AS, SR Transport AS, Total Transport AS og Waage Transport AS. SR Group har 180 ansatte og omsatte i 2012 for ca. nok. 500 mill.

Det første selskapet (Waage Transport i Kristiansund) ble etablert allerede i 1974. I 1983 ble SR Transport etablert i Stavanger. Disse 2 selskapene danner grunnstammen i det SR Group AS. SR Group AS ble etablert sommeren 2010 som morselskap for flere veletablerte selskap innenfor transport & logistikk. Konsernet fremstår i dag som meget veldrevet, og er totalleverandør for flere store aktører innenfor olje- og offshore bransjen.

Koyal Info Group Mag: Happy Birthday, Macintosh

Thirty years ago today, the Macintosh went on sale for the first time. It was a world-changing moment, though few, if any, recognized it at the time. In fact, the Mac struggled to find its own footing at first, and has struggled at various times during its existence. But the Mac has endured. 2014 finds the Mac a vital and thriving platform, more popular now than ever.

These days we're accustomed to a grand unveiling whenever Apple introduces a new product — it's shrouded in mystery until the final reveal. Back in 1984 things were different. The Mac wasn't a secret at all — the project had been in full swing for several years at Apple, and Apple unveiled the Mac to the press in the fall of 1983, publishing a dozen and a half page brochure in various computing magazines that December. People interested in computers already knew about it.

Koyal Info Group Mag: Researchers Urge to Fight Anti-Science

Honoured researchers urge colleagues to fight anti-science
Scientists need to fight against a growing anti-science sentiment worldwide by joining the debate, say two researchers acknowledged in today's Australia Day Honours.
Professors Bruce McKellar and Sam Berkovic, both associated with the University of Melbourne, received the nation's highest honour when they were appointed Companions in the General Division of the Order of Australia.

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Koyal Info Group Mag: History-Making Expedition Recruits New Scientists

The "Rising Star Expedition", known for its recent recovery of one of the largest troves of hominin (early human) fossils ever discovered in one place, is now ambitiously seeking new early-career scientists to study the more than 1,200 fossil elements retrieved from the site and now housed at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits University) in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Koyal Info Group Mag: How to Better Interpret What you hear from Scientists

We live in an age shaped by scientific research. Medical practice, for example, changes a bit each year because of new discoveries in the laboratory or in drug trials. We have come to expect progress in a variety of technical fields, and science often lives up to our hopes for it.

But science can also falter. One of the challenges for non-scientists - whom I call “normal people” - must address is how to interpret new scientific studies. Which ones contain valuable information that should influence our activities or government policies? Which can be put on the back burner of our minds, awaiting further evidence?

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Two New Space Discoveries Have Rocked the Science World — Each Will Be a Game Changer

The news: Two hot discoveries are rocking the way astronomers, physicists, and space scientists view the universe — and they're truly something.

The first is intense: Scientist John Bradley from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California took a microscopic look at the interplanetary dust particles lurking at the edge of Earth's stratosphere. He found minuscule bits of water hidden in the <25 micrometre flakes of dust, which are already half the width of a single human hair. New Scientist explains:

And in another stunning discovery: cosmologists from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg might have just viewed dark matter for the first time, as pictured above.

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Koyal Group Research Information Magazine: a focus on discovery

The role of science in the nation’s human spaceflight program has been controversial since the inception of the Apollo program. That controversy continues to this day. It is the root cause of NASA’s failure to achieve national consensus on defining the first deep space mission objective for human spaceflight, and is an aspect that has most limited the nation’s progress on planning for human exploration of deep space. Despite nearly 50 years of advocacy that the focus of NASA’s human spaceflight program should be to enable scientific discovery, this program remains adrift as a result of a national space policy that fails to head this long-standing advice.

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Koyal Group Research Information Magazine on Exploration and Discoveries

Discoveries: Art, Science & Exploration from the University of Cambridge Museums, Two Temple Place, London

Can you distil the intellectual life of centuries into an exhibition? If so, Cambridge’s eight major museums are uniquely placed to do so. Each is distinctive, from the Museum of Zoology, home of a Tinamou egg acquired in Uruguay by Charles Darwin (who cracked it by compressing it into too small a box on the Beagle’s return voyage), and the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, whose founder Reverend Sedgwick bought a rare Jurassic ichthyosaur fossil for £50 in 1835, to high-minded Kettle’s Yard, where collector Jim Ede amassed rigorous modernist abstract sculpture by Gaudier-Brzeska and Henry Moore in a modest domestic interior. But all breathe the spirit of inquiry and freedom of thought associated with the university.

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Koyal Group Research Information Magazine: Learning from biology to create new materials

Researcher studies crystal growth that may lead to biomaterials for both and tooth repair

In nature, some organisms create their own mineralized body parts--such as bone, teeth and shells--from sources they find readily available in their environment. Certain sea creatures, for example, construct their shells from calcium carbonate crystals they build from ions found in the ocean.

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Top Discoveries Awaiting NASA's Next Big Telescope

The first galaxies, alien worlds, and distant stars await exploration with NASA's upcoming James Webb Space Telescope.For more related topic:
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Panel's Warning on Climate Risk: Worst Is Yet to Come

Panel’s Warning on Climate Risk: Worst Is Yet to Come
YOKOHAMA, Japan — Climate change is already having sweeping effects on every continent and throughout the world’s oceans, scientists reported on Monday, and they warned that the problem was likely to grow substantially worse unless greenhouse emissions are brought under control.

The report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a United Nations group that periodically summarizes climate science, concluded that ice caps are melting, sea ice in the Arctic is collapsing, water supplies are coming under stress, heat waves and heavy rains are intensifying, coral reefs are dying, and fish and many other creatures are migrating toward the poles or in some cases going extinct..Continue reading the full article…

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The Koyal Group InfoMag: You've Never Seen a Coral Reef like This Before

The Koyal Group InfoMag: You've Never Seen a Coral Reef like This Before

A hard piece of coral transforms into a flexible creature, its finger-covered tendrils extended toward the ocean currents. Alien surfaces morph and flex in shimmering iridescence. Worm-like "mouths" gape and grab at anything in their proximity.

This is the world seen through the eyes of Daniel Stoupin, a Ph.D. student researching marine biology at the University of Queensland in Australia. He spent nine months working with 150,000 photos to make a video just over three minutes long.

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'STAPgate' shows Japan must get back to basics in science

'STAPgate' viser Japan skal komme tilbage til basics i videnskab

Forseelse, og som dækker det op, fælles i nationens labs: eksperter

På Jan 30, som NHK sparket sin aften nyhedsprogram med optimistiske musik optagelser luftet af en ung kvinde med ulasteligt coiffed brune hår iført perle øreringe og hendes varemærke "kappogi," en japansk-stil hvid forklæde.

"En 'rikejo' (ung kvindelig forsker) har chokeret verden," annonceret nyheder anker muntert som han introducerede Haruko Obokata, 30-årige forsker ved den state-backed Riken institute's Center for udviklingsmæssige biologi i Kobe.

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Scientists discover how sperm and egg bind of the Koyal Group Info Mag News

A protein which allows a sperm and egg to bond together has been discovered by scientists in a breakthrough which could improve fertility treatments
A protein which allows sperm to ‘dock’ with an egg has been found in a discovery which could help infertile couples and lead to new contraceptives.

The Koyal Group Info Mag News: A Virus found in camels

Google Plus: Evidence is mounting against camels as leading suspects in a deadly mystery that's claimed more than 100 lives in the Middle East.

The biological supervillain is the virus causing MERS-coV, short for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, a type of coronavirus.

The Koyal Group Info Mag News: Scientific split - the human genome breakthrough dividing former colleagues

The money men have moved in on a new technique for editing the human genome that promises to revolutionise the way many human diseases will be treated in the future. But Big Money has in the process divided a scientific community into two competing camps.

“I have to be careful what I say here. It is very surprising. But the fundamental discovery comes from my laboratory and no-one has told me that they have scooped me,” Professor Charpentier told The Independent.

The Koyal Group InfoMag News Doubts Shroud Big Bang Discovery

Perhaps it was too good to be true. Two months ago, a team of cosmologists reported that it had spotted the first direct evidence that the newborn universe underwent a mind-boggling exponential growth spurt known as inflation. But last week a new analysis suggested the signal, a subtle pattern in the afterglow of the big bang, or cosmic microwave background (CMB), could be an artifact produced by dust within our own galaxy.

"We're certainly not retracting our result," says John Kovac, a cosmologist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and co-leader of the team, which used a specialized telescope at the South Pole known as BICEP2. Others say the BICEP team has already lost its case.