RIBO Updates Level 1 Exam for Insurance Brokers
Insurance brokers ribo serve a vital community service, helping people prepare for the worst and make sense of their often complicated financial lives. They are there when people need it most, and they help families and businesses get back on their feet after disaster strikes. It’s a great job, and one that RIBO ensures is well-supported by setting standards for education and licensing for general insurance brokers in Ontario.
Recently, RIBO announced changes to the Level 1 exam for insurance brokers. The updates include adding more questions and a new competency profile that will give brokers a deeper understanding of commercial insurance. The changes take effect in January 2024.
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RIBO worked with exam service providers and industry stakeholders to pilot the new questions in November. The results will inform the final product – a completely refreshed exam, launching in January 2025.
RNA-seq experiments generate a massive amount of data, but it can be difficult to determine which regions are actively being translated. Using ribosome profiling (also known as ART-Seq, active mRNA translation sequencing), researchers can track the location and abundance of ribosomes at a given time point to identify which parts of an mRNA are being translated into proteins.
The ribosome is the site where protein production occurs in a cell. It is composed of mRNA and a large complex of ribosomal proteins that translate the mRNA into a protein. The name ribosome comes from the fact that it contains the sugar ribose, and from the Greek word soma for body.