Posts Tagged ‘subjects’

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3.2.1. Lift-off. How STEM opens new horizons for girls.

May 17, 2021

Aviation Aerospace Australia has produced an amazing Video Here to show girls what careers are available in the aviation and aerospace industries. Mathspig has met 3 female Boeing Engineers and a female engineer that worked on the Williams Formula 1 car. 

An information brochure (link below) that goes with the video gives subject advice and income ranges over a lifetime career:

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Meanwhile, this is why girls (and boys) should do STEM.

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Vaccine math. Results vary because …

March 26, 2021

According to the AstraZeneca Media Release, 22 March 2021, “The AstraZeneca US Phase III trial of AZD1222 demonstrated statistically significant vaccine efficacy of 79% … based on 32,449 participants accruing 141 symptomatic cases of COVID-19. The trial had a 2:1 randomisation of vaccine to placebo.”

A careful review of all available safety data of more than 17 million people vaccinated in the European Union (EU) and UK with COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca has shown no evidence of an increased risk …”

Update:

The Washington Post, 25 MAR 2021

An updated company analysis of the coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford showed that the two-shot regimen was robustly effective — 76 percent at preventing symptomatic illness — according to a news release from the drugmaker late Wednesday.

Among people 65 and older, the vaccine was 85 percent effective, the company reported.

New York Times, 9 APR 2021

UK plus & 30 EU countries have administered 34 million AstraVeneca doses and report a blood clot condition in 222 patients and 18 fatalities. 

Risk Factor for blood clots = 1: 153,000 

Risk of death ~ 1: 2,000,000

Many countries including Australia advise the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine for the 50+ age group as the blood clot condition appears mostly in younger patients.