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(Date:4/4/2017)... , April 4, 2017   EyeLock LLC , ... that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) ... covers the linking of an iris image with a ... and represents the company,s 45 th issued patent. ... is very timely given the multi-modal biometric capabilities that ...
(Date:3/30/2017)... -- Trends, opportunities and forecast in this market to ... AFIS, iris recognition, facial recognition, hand geometry, vein recognition, ... industry (government and law enforcement, commercial and retail, health ... and by region ( North America , ... , and the Rest of the World) ...
(Date:3/24/2017)... The Controller General of Immigration from Maldives Mr. ... have received the prestigious international IAIR Award for the most innovative ... ... Maldives Immigration ... Algeen (small picture on the right) have received the IAIR award for ...
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... recently discovered genes from an ancient wheat variety have led ... In a recent set of papers published in the journal ... Nax1 and Nax2. The genes work by excluding salt from ... other from the leaves. The discovery of the two genes ...
... discovered by chance a new way to fight ... liver and skin. Early work shows that a ... inhibitors may have an unexpected cancer-fighting effect, according ... Cancer Research. Furthermore, the new studies suggest that ...
... Nanoscale magnets in the form of iron-containing molecules might ... diseased tissue in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)—as long as ... new report* by researchers at the National Institute of ... a new class of MRI contrast agents that may ...
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(Date:4/24/2017)... , ... April 24, 2017 , ... ... yesterday, featuring Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) capabilities at Telehealth 2.0, the American ... pre-packaged telehealth bundles, which pairs medical devices with a pre-programmed tablet in a ...
(Date:4/24/2017)... Boulder, CO (PRWEB) , ... April 24, 2017 ... ... 2017 American Educational Research Association’s Outstanding Public Communication of Education Research Award. The ... the public, including education communities. It recognizes a scholar who has demonstrated the ...
(Date:4/24/2017)... ... ... Veteran Theresa James awoke to the sound of her newly ex-husband breaking into ... depicts every parent’s worst nightmare, when her three children were violently taken from her. ... my divorce,” James said. “After the death of my children, I continued to journal. ...
(Date:4/24/2017)... ... April 24, 2017 , ... ... telehealth industry, announces the company’s VideoMedicine mobile platform has launched Quick Care, a ... hours a day, Quick Care provides patients with the option to request and ...
(Date:4/24/2017)... ... April 24, 2017 , ... Rod Burkett, CEO of Gardant Management Solutions, ... Rod has been at the forefront of Gardant since it was founded in 1999. ... overseen the opening of more than 40 new senior living communities. With his leadership, ...
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... (HealthDay News) -- Men are less willing than women to ... death rates, a new study shows. Researchers conducted a ... Baltimore, and San Juan, Puerto Rico, who answered questions from ... 30 to 59, and 35 percent of them were men. ...
... Gass, MD, chief of surgery at Women & Infants Hospital ... Health Center in the hospital,s Program in Women,s Oncology, recently ... surgeon Krishna B. Clough, MD, medical director of the Paris ... novel surgical technique available to breast cancer patients through Women ...
... -- Combination treatment with everolimus, an inhibitor of ... shown to improve progression-free survival for patients with ... syndrome, according to researchers at The University of ... the international, randomized, placebo-controlled Phase III study were ...
... nursing homes deliver significantly lower quality of care because they ... nursing homes. That,s the finding of a new UCSF-led ... country. It is the first-ever study focusing solely on staffing ... article is published online in advance of print publication in ...
... , TUESDAY, Nov. 29 (HealthDay News) -- ... with chronic illness pay more out of their pockets ... prescription drug copayments, a new study finds. "Even ... total spending, families covering chronic conditions spent more out ...
... Mary, University of London suggests that many cases of diabetes ... The study, published today in the British Medical ... for predicting with reasonable accuracy who will develop diabetes but ... that if these tools were used by GPs and members ...
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