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News Article | May 31, 2017
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The primary reason for Shinjini’ s venture into American Media was to broaden global perceptions of ambitious women, specifically, of the unique breadth, depth, and perspectives of multi-dimensional women. As she signs with IMA Entertainment, Shinjini will have the opportunity to do just that. "I am ecstatic about signing with IMA Entertainment, such a high integrity agency, to officially launch my television, radio, and media career in Hollywood and around the world. Brandon is a driven manager with deep expertise in the business as well as creative spheres of entertainment, and I am thrilled to represent class, intellect, and purpose in Hollywood." Shinjini Das Shinjini is on a mission to provide a unique and differentiated value. By officially launching her television, radio, and media career in Hollywood and around the world with IMA Entertainment, she is fulfilling a long-term goal of building a global American lifestyle brand centered on the ‘go-getter girl’ in empowering individuals to take action to achieve their highest potential. "It is an honor and an incredible opportunity to work with someone of Shinjini’s caliber of talent. It's impressive what she's been able to accomplish in just a short amount of time, and our team is excited and grateful to work with her to launch her brand to new heights." Manager, Brandon Jay Shinjini takes on the challenges in her field by constantly observing, being present and engaging in conversations with other people to determine what they feel are real needs in our society. Then, she leverages her platforms, such as IMA Entertainment, to fulfill those needs with passion, joy, and impact. The Go-Getter Girl!, is the Founder and CEO of The Das Media Group, a digital content marketing agency, global millennial influencer, trilingual television personality, keynote speaker, industrial engineer, and author with a global social media following of 130K+ and interviews on ABC, Marie Claire, NBC, C-Suite Radio, FOX, Sirius XM, and Business Insider. She considers it a true privilege to impact her global audiences, shared her thoughts on broadening access to global girls' education with INC. Magazine, and was profiled in FORBES Magazine as a 24-year-old American CEO. Shinjini was honored to have been invited to moderate a panel at the 2016 Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations Headquarters in recognition as a Global Hero for her advocacy work to fight for gender equality and empower women. Shinjini was invited to serve as 1 of 100 authors and shared her strategies for building businesses in ‘The Better Business Book: Volume 2’ to be published internationally in June 2017. Follow her journey @SpeakerShinjini and on http://www.shinjinidas.com. Brandon Jay @iambrandonjay The CEO/Founder of IMA Entertainment Holdings, Inc. "Integrity Management Artists" has a vast knowledge and understanding in all aspects of the Entertainment Industry. He is best known for establishing credibility in the Music and Television world specializing in Management and broadcasting. Follow Brandon Jay on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @iambrandonjay and on iambrandonjay.com


Additional information about the Resource Class Mutual Fund is available in their simplified prospectus and annual information form. These documents are available at www.sedar.com and www.mapleleaffunds.ca. How the Rollover Will Work: Pursuant to the Liquidity Transaction, Limited Partners of the Partnership ("Investors") will receive shares of the Resource Class Mutual Fund in connection with the dissolution of the Partnership. The effective date of the Liquidity Transaction (the "Effective Date") is expected to be on or about February 9, 2017. Shortly after the Effective Date, the shares of the Resource Class Mutual Fund will be distributed on a pro rata basis to investors and thereafter the Partnership will be dissolved. Investors will receive the Resource Class Mutual Fund shares in exchange for, and with a value equal to, the value of the units of the Partnership held at the time of such transfer of Assets. When the shares of the Resource Class Mutual Fund are received, the Partnership units will be removed from each Investors account. Processing may take 2 to 3 business days (in some cases longer) to complete, after the rollover occurs. The Partnership will issue a press release once the Liquidity Transaction has been completed and the conversion ratio has been determined. The ACB (adjusted cost base) for each unit of the Partnership and each share of the Resource Class Mutual Fund will be determined by the General Partner upon the wind-up of the Partnership's affairs. The Partnership will dissolve within 60 days of the Effective Date. The General Partner will post these details on its website at www.mapleleaffunds.ca. Investors should consult with their investment advisor and/or tax advisor for all tax-related matters. An Investor holds 100 Partnership units with a final Net Asset Value of $20.00 at the time of rollover and the net asset value per share of the Resource Class Mutual Fund is $5.00 on the same date. Based on these net asset values, the conversion ratio will be 4.0 (4.0 = $20.00 / $5.00). The Investor's 100 units, valued at $2,000, are removed from the Investor's account and 400 shares (400 = 100 x 4.0) of the Resource Class Mutual Fund, valued at $2,000, are added to the Investor's account. Processing can be delayed after the rollover occurs, therefore transactions such as switches or redemptions may not be processed until the Resource Class Mutual Fund shares have been credited to client accounts. Neither the Partnership nor the Resource Class Mutual Fund will accept any liability for transactions in executed prior to dealer records being updated. T.I.P. Wealth Manager Inc. ("T.I.P.") will be responsible for the Mutual Fund's investment activities. Mr. Jim Huang, President of T.I.P., will act as Portfolio Manager on behalf of TIP. Mr. Huang has over 20 years of experience investing in the Canadian capital markets. As lead or co-manager while working at NATCAN (formerly Altamira), Mr. Huang has managed or co-managed over $2 billion in mutual funds and institutional assets, including all of the resource and equity income products in the Altamira and National Bank mutual fund families. Altamira Energy Fund, Altamira Resource Fund, Altamira Precious and Strategic Metals Fund and AltaFund (a Canadian Equity fund focusing on Western Canada) had industry-leading performance and won awards and positive press coverage during Mr. Huang's management. Currently, Mr. Huang is the manager for the T.I.P. Opportunities Fund, a long/short North American equity hedge fund, as well as being the lead manager for the Maple Leaf Short Duration Flow-Through Funds, the Maple Leaf Corporate Funds Ltd. family of mutual funds and a small cap equity mutual fund. Additional information about the Mutual Fund will be available in the Mutual Fund's simplified prospectus, annual information form, management reports of fund performance and financial statements. You can obtain a copy of these documents at your request and at no cost by contacting Maple Leaf Funds toll free at 1-866-688-5750, by e-mailing info@maplelelaffunds.ca, by download from www.mapleleaffunds.ca or from your financial advisor. Other information about the Mutual Fund, is available at SEDAR (the System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval established by the Canadian Securities Administrators) at www.sedar.com. For further information or assistance with respect to the Mutual Fund or the Limited Partnership, please contact:


Purpose: This review discusses the molecular mechanism involved in the targeting and delivery of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs), the new class of biopharmaceuticals mainly designed for targeted cancer therapy. Methods: this review goes over major progress in preclinical and clinical studies of ADCs, in the past 5 years. Results: The pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of ADCs involve multiple mechanisms, including internalization of ADCs by target cells, intracellular trafficking, release of conjugated drugs, and payload. Conclusion: These mechanisms actually jointly determine the efficacy of ADCs. Therefore, the optimization of ADCs should take them as necessary rationales. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York


A method and apparatus for generating three-dimensional image information is disclosed. The apparatus includes a lens having a single imaging path operable to direct light captured within a field of view of the lens to an aperture plane of the lens. The apparatus also includes a polarizer located proximate the aperture plane, the polarizer including a first portion disposed to transmit light having a first polarization state through a first portion of the single imaging path and a second portion disposed to transmit light having a second polarization state through a second portion of the single imaging path, the first and second portions of the single imaging path providing respective first and second perspective viewpoints within the field of view of the lens. The apparatus further includes a modulator disposed in the single imaging path, the modulator being operable to selectively change a polarization state of light passing through the modulator to alternate between forming a first image through the first portion of the single imaging path and forming a second image through the second portion of the single imaging path, the first image representing objects within the field of view from the first perspective viewpoint and the second image representing the objects from the second perspective viewpoint, the first and second images together being operable to represent three dimensional spatial attributes of the objects. The apparatus may have an image sensor having color filter elements configured for enhanced performance in the red and near-infrared range.


A method and apparatus for generating three-dimensional image information is disclosed. The apparatus includes a lens having a single imaging path operable to direct light captured within a field of view of the lens to an aperture plane of the lens. The apparatus also includes a polarizer located proximate the aperture plane, the polarizer including a first portion disposed to transmit light having a first polarization state through a first portion of the single imaging path and a second portion disposed to transmit light having a second polarization state through a second portion of the single imaging path, the first and second portions of the single imaging path providing respective first and second perspective viewpoints within the field of view of the lens. The apparatus further includes a modulator disposed in the single imaging path, the modulator being operable to selectively change a polarization state of light passing through the modulator to alternate between forming a first image through the first portion of the single imaging path and forming a second image through the second portion of the single imaging path, the first image representing objects within the field of view from the first perspective viewpoint and the second image representing the objects from the second perspective viewpoint, the first and second images together being operable to represent three dimensional spatial attributes of the objects.


A computer system for securely managing personal information. The computer system comprising a computer configured to receive and store personal information of a monitored individual to monitor the use of the computer by the monitored individual to obtain an activity or inactivity status, and to automatically and electronically transmit an inactivity notification to the monitored individual based on the occurrence of an inactivity status to obtain a response to the inactivity notification.


A computer-implemented method for mortality tracking The method includes electronically receiving contact information of a beneficiary of a life insurance policy. The method also includes electronically receiving a unique identifier of the policyholder of the life insurance policy. The method further includes periodically electronically searching mortality database records to obtain a periodic mortality search result. Upon occurrence of an aperiodic triggering event, the method may further aperiodically electronically search the mortality database records for the unique identifier of the policyholder to obtain an aperiodic mortality search result. The method may include verifying the deceased status of the policyholder upon occurrence of an indication that the policyholder being deceased according to the periodic mortality search result. The method further includes transmitting a deceased status notification to the beneficiary of the life insurance policy based on the policyholder being deceased according to the periodic or the aperiodic mortality search result.


An apparatus for generating three dimensional image information, the apparatus comprising: an optical system having an imaging path disposed to capture light within a field of view of the optical system; an image modulator operably configured to cause first and second images to be received through respective first and second imaging portions of the imaging path, said first portion of the imaging path having a first perspective viewpoint within the field of view, said second portion of the imaging path having a second perspective viewpoint within the field of view; an illuminator operably configured to alternate between: directing said illumination flux through said second portion of the imaging path to illuminate a first portion of the field of view of the optical system while said first image is being received; and directing said illumination flux through said first portion of the imaging path to illuminate a second portion of the field of view of the optical system, while said second image is being received; said first and second images together being operable to represent three dimensional spatial attributes of objects within the field of view.


Patent
Manager Inc. | Date: 2012-10-05

An apparatus for forming stereo image pairs comprises a set of perspective apertures within a perspective aperture plate, separated within a stereoscopic horizon by an inter-aperture distance. An offset aperture is disposed inside an illuminator of the apparatus. The offset aperture is positioned to form a cone of illumination that is mirror symmetrical with respect to the two perspective apertures. The perspective apertures are adjustable both in size and in their position within the aperture plate in order to position them with respect to a cone of light produced at the perspective aperture plate. The offset aperture is similarly adjustable in size and position. The arrangement ensures that light illuminating an object viewed using the apparatus has a narrow cone of direction and angle of incidence, which ameliorates negative effects that occur in stereoscopic systems with objective lens systems having large numerical apertures.


A computer system for managing personal information. The computer system includes a dedicated computer configured to receive and store personal information transmitted by a user computer to monitor the use of the dedicated computer by a monitored individual to obtain an activity or inactivity status, and to automatically and electronically transmit an inactivity notification to the monitored individual based on the occurrence of an inactivity status to obtain a response to the inactivity notification. The computer system also includes a mortality tracking computer configured to receive mortality information based on a mortality database having one or more records and to search the mortality database records for a unique identifier of the monitored individual to obtain a mortality search result based on a lack of response to the inactivity notification.

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