The fair of equipment for hotels, apartments, restaurants and catering facilities HoReCa Adria will be held from Thursday, 10.11. to Saturday, 12.11. in Opatija, in the Marino Cvetković Sports Hall. More than 70 exhibitors from Croatia and abroad will present over 5.000 products and services, of which we single out 15 presentations of the latest equipment on the Croatian market, with a rich accompanying program of lectures and educationThe key autumn term from November 10 to 12, when the impressions from last season are still fresh, is a great opportunity for all employees in tourism to get acquainted with new market trends and plan investments in facilities, in order to achieve even better tourist results next season. .HoReCa Adria is the first such fair in the Kvarner area, and the excellent response of visitors at last year’s edition of the fair is the best proof that this is exactly the kind of event the Kvarner region lacked, but also much wider. An even larger number of exhibitors has been announced for this year, more than 70 of them from Croatia, Italy, Slovenia, Austria and Serbia, who will present the full range of equipment and services for entrepreneurs in tourism in Opatija.More information about the HoReCa Adria fair can be found at official websites
Pinterest Share on Twitter Memories formed in one part of the brain are replayed and transferred to a different area of the brain during rest, according to a new UCL study in rats.The finding suggests that replay of previous experiences during rest is important for memory consolidation, a process whereby the brain stabilises and preserves memories for quick recall in the future. Understanding the physiological mechanism of this is essential for tackling amnesiac conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, where memory consolidation is affected.Lead researcher, Dr Freyja Ólafsdóttir (UCL Cell & Developmental Biology), said: “We want to understand how a healthy brain stores and accesses memories as this will give us a window into how conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease disrupt the process. We know people with Alzheimer’s have difficulty recalling the recent past but can often readily remember childhood memories, which seem more resilient. The parts of the brain we studied are some of the first regions affected in Alzheimer’s and now we know they are also involved in memory consolidation.” Share Share on Facebook LinkedIn Email The study, published today in Nature Neuroscience and funded by the Wellcome Trust and Royal Society, investigated the role of sleep in memory consolidation by simultaneously studying two areas of the brain as the rats rested following activity.Six rats each ran for 30 minutes on a six metre long track before resting for 90 minutes. During rest, the team studied the responses of place cells in the hippocampus, where memories are formed, and grid cells in the entorhinal cortex, where the memories were found to transfer to.The response of the place cells showed that the rats re-ran the track in their minds as they rested but did so at speeds 10-20 times faster than they experienced in reality. The same replay happened almost simultaneously, with a 10 millisecond delay, in grid cells located in a different part of the brain, suggesting that the rats’ memories transferred from one part of the brain to another.Study supervisor, Dr Caswell Barry (UCL Cell & Developmental Biology), said: “This is the first time we’ve seen coordinated replay between two areas of the brain known to be important for memory, suggesting a filing of memories from one area to another. The hippocampus constantly absorbs information but it seems it can’t store everything so replays the important memories for long term storage and transfers them to the entorhinal cortex, and possibly on to other areas of the brain, for safe-keeping and easy access.”The scientists plan to investigate memory transfer to other areas of the brain and replay in rats with Alzheimer’s disease to better understand the memory consolidation mechanism and the link between quality of sleep and amnesiac conditions.
Related TopicsAvonHigh School FootballMidviewWEOL Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Matt Loede Week eight in high school football was a solid one in the area, and tonight there’s lot of key matchups as teams look to continue pushes to the postseason, and there’s a number of great matchups in and around the area, and NEO Sports Insiders will be at many of them!NEO Sports Insiders will be at SIX area games – and our broadcast partner AM 930 WEOL will be live broadcasting three games – make sure to listen as well as you will hear our reporters on during halftime and on the postgame scoreboard show!Avon Lake travels to Midview in WEOL’s number one game of the night. The Middies enter week 9 in second place in the Southwestern Conference with a 7-1 record and having clinched a playoff spot. Their only loss on the season came to an undefeated Avon team back in week three. The Middies maybe playing their best football right now, last week they defeated Lakewood with 49 points to spare. For Avon Lake a playoff appearance may depend on a win this week. After last weeks final seconds loss to Olmsted Falls, the Shoremen find themselves sitting in 7th place in the DII Region 6 standings. Pregame begins at 6:30pm. Click HERE to Listen to this Matchup!Lorain is at home as the Titans host Bedford in game two on WEOL. With two weeks remaining in the season Lorain stands atop the Lake Erie League at 4-0 in conference play and 6-2 on the year. the Titans have not lost a game since week two to Elyria. Bedford enters the match-up with just one loss on the season to Cleveland Heights. A win would not only put them in position to take a share of the conference, but it would help them in the playoff race. Currently the Bearcats are in a playoff spot at fourth in the DII Region 5 rankings. Pregame begins at 6:30pm.Click HERE to Hear that Matchup!This weeks final game features Keystone on the road at Buckeye. After an impressive win over Firelands last week and a Keystone loss to Wellington the Bucks stand alone atop the Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division. Keystone will have the opportunity to get back into the Division lead if they can knock off the Bucks on the road. Pregame begins at 6:30pm.Check out this Matchup by Clicking HERE!
Audio Playerhttps://www.busybuddiesng.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Okumagba-January-10.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Chairman, Nigeria Football Supporters Club (NFSC) Vincent Okumagba has called on the Ministry of Youth and Sports to assist the body financially to enable it send a large contingent of its members to Morocco to cheer the home-based Super Eagles at the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN).In a chat with www.busybuddiesng.com, Okumagba acknowledged the support of the Sports Ministry during the last CHAN in Rwanda, and like Oliver Twist, asked for more.“For the Supporters Club, definitely we are going to be there (in Morocco) but funding is an issue right now,” he disclosed.“The last edition that we attended (Rwanda 2016), the Honourable Minister (Solomon Dalung) assisted the Supporters Club to be there. And for this one, we also ran to him and promises have been made. We want to believe that before the commencement of the tournament on 13 January, something will happen.Okumagba also revealed that the vociferous Supporters Club is planning to storm Morocco with a strong 70-man delegation.“We are planning; we have submitted about 70 names to the Moroccan Embassy for visas, and I want to believe that in a couple of days, the visas should be out, because everything that was needed for those visas to be processed had been done.“So we are very hopeful that visas will be issued while we put the other preparations in top gear to ensure that our members are able to travel to Morocco for the tournament.”Nigeria will face Rwanda in her opening Group C tie on Monday, 15 January in Tangier before confronting 2014 Champions, Libya, four days later at the same venue. The home Eagles will wrap up the group phase with a game against Equatorial Guinea in Agadir on 23 January. RelatedEzenwa Sets Sight On CHAN 2018December 24, 2017In “Africa”AUDIO: Our Target Is To Win The 2018 CHAN In Morocco – Osas OkoroJanuary 4, 2018In “CAF”AUDIO: Nigeria Will Be In Morocco To Win 2018 CHAN – AmapakaboDecember 27, 2017In “Africa”
Edith JohnsonEdith E. Johnson, age 93, loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and great great grandmother, died Wednesday evening, October 17, 2018 at Via Christi St. Joseph Hospital in Wichita, Kansas. She was a homemaker and had been a Wichita, KS resident most of her adult life.Edith was born on January 25, 1925 in Wellington, KS to Roy McDonald and Mrytle (Sidebottom) McDonald. She was raised in the Wellington, KS and was a graduate of Wellington High School with the Class of 1943.Edith married Stanley Johnson on June 22, 1973 in Wichita, KS.She was preceded in death by her parents; daughter, Janet Wright; sister, Pauline Daniels; and two brothers, Amos McDonald and Glen McDonald.Survivors include her loving husband of 45 years, Stanley Johnson of Wichita, KS; daughter, Julie Roberts and her husband T.J. of Wellington, KS; stepson, Lance Johnson of Wichita, KS; step daughter, April Bobo and her husband Kenny of Ash Flat, AR; four grandchildren, Travis Roberts and his wife Mary and Heather Jones all of Haysville, KS, Kimberley Lowery and her husband Jack of Bixby, OK and Kerry Lamb and his wife Paula of Broken Arrow, OK; one step grandson, Clay Jones of Jonesboro, AR; six great grandchildren Makenna, Taylor and Takoda Roberts and Isaac Jones all of Haysville, KS, Jessika Lowery and Jordyn Lowery both of Bixby, OK; and one great great granddaughter, Mia Elena Rodriguez.Graveside Services will be held on Monday, October 22, 2018 at 11:00 A.M. at the Prairie Lawn Cemetery, Wellington, KS. Reverend G. Edmond Thomas will officiate.In honoring Edith’s wishes there will be no visitation at the funeral home.A memorial has been established with the American Heart Association. Contributions can be left at or mailed to the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.net