Daily Archives: September 9, 2020

Berkeley Lights Makes Debut in Taiwan as Mycenax Acquires the BeaconⓇ Optofluidic System for Cell Line Development

MIAOLI, Taiwan and EMERYVILLE, Calif., Sept. 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Mycenax Biotech, Inc. (4726.TWO), a pioneer of biopharmaceutical development in Taiwan, today announced its adoption of the Berkeley Lights Platform for cell line development. Berkeley Lights, Inc., (Nasdaq: BLI), a leader in Digital Cell Biology, continues to see adoption of the system in Asia […]

WillScot Mobile Mini Holdings to Participate in the D.A. Davidson Diversified Industrials & Services Conference

PHOENIX, Sept. 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WillScot Mobile Mini Holdings Corp. (“WillScot Mobile Mini Holdings” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: WSC), a North American leader in turnkey modular space and portable storage solutions, today announced that Brad Soultz, Chief Executive Officer, and Tim Boswell, Chief Financial Officer, will host virtual meetings with investors during D.A. […]

Secureworks to Acquire Delve Laboratories, Inc.

Leading vulnerability scanning and prioritization solution will broaden Secureworks’ cloud-based portfolio ATLANTA, Sept. 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Secureworks® (NASDAQ:SCWX), a leader in software-driven security solutions, today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Delve. Delve intelligently prioritizes vulnerabilities at scale and in context as part of its automated vulnerability management platform. The company’s […]

Thailand Proposes the Setting Up of an ASEAN SMEs Recovery Facility

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai has proposed the setting up of an “ASEAN SMEs Recovery Facility” as a new financing facility for the post-COVID-19 recovery and revival of SMEs in the region.   The proposal was made on 9 September 2020 at the 53rd ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting via videoconference. The meeting discussed ways

Long history of divisive Senate issue (Part I)

It’s just over a decade to go, before Thailand’s awkward grappling with the questions about senators’ relevance, importance or lack thereof reaches the century mark. The struggles are related to the matter of whether the country can have a genuine democracy. While political rhetoric divides Thailand into a “pro-democracy” camp and advocates of “dictatorship”, truth

Kao Klai’s motion to amend Section 272 aborted as some MPs withdraw support

The opposition Kao Klai party’s motion to amend Section 272 of Thailand’s Constitution, to exclude senators from process of the election of the Prime Minister, has been aborted after several MPs, who agreed to second the motion, withdrew their support at the last minute. After the failure to get their motion accepted for consideration by

Protesters will mention Monarchy during their protest on September 19th

Reform of the Thai Monarchy will be one of the issues raised at the protest, scheduled for September 19th at Thammasat University’s Tha Prachan campus, and the protest will continue into the next day and move to Government House. “For Thammasat, we have been clear about freedom. We will talk about every issue.  We will touch

PM Prayut vows no violence against protesters

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has given an assurance that the government will not use force against students who plan a major anti-government rally on September 19. Speaking during the House debate on Wednesday night, the prime minister said as a father he cares about the well-being of the students whom he said he regards “as

Hackers demand 200,000 bitcoin ransom from Saraburi Hospital for medical files

Thailand’s Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul has ordered an investigation into the hacking of the computer system of Saraburi Hospital, rendering the entire system inoperable and disrupting medical services. The Minister is also coordinating with the Ministry of Digital for Economy and Society to develop measures to prevent a similar cyber-attack at state hospitals across