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(Date:1/8/2016)... ANGELES and MANCHESTER, United Kingdom ... ("BBI"), a developer of innovative sensor-based diagnostic products, today announced ... financed by new and existing investors.  Proceeds from the financing ... SEM Scanner , a hand-held device for detecting early-stage pressure ... Ireland after receiving CE Mark approval. ...
(Date:1/7/2016)... YORK , Jan. 7, 2016 This ... regional markets for biometric technologies and devices, identifying newer ... market for various types of biometric devices. Includes forecast ... to: Identify newer markets and explore the expansion ... biometric devices. Examine each type of biometric technology, determine ...
(Date:1/7/2016)... -- A United States District Court in Illinois ... to interpret a biometric privacy statute in a decision ... photo website Shutterfly brought by the law firm Carey Rodriguez ... SHUTTERFLY, INC.; and THISLIFE, INC ( N.D. Ill ., ... Illinois Biometric Privacy Act by collecting and scanning face ...
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... WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - A Purdue University scientist was ... specialized mapping technique that could speed work in genomic ... organism,s observable characteristics. Using plants from 93 different ... Mendel Institute of Plant Biology in Austria was able ...
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... balance organs, and scientists have long wondered why. ... in St. Louis has contradicted a leading theory, which ... that they had to have smaller, less responsive balance ... a Midwestern zoo and a local rancher, the researchers, ...
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(Date:2/9/2016)... ... 2016 , ... The Journal of Pain Research has published the ... , As corresponding author Dr John F. Peppin says “Terminology matters, yet little attention ... pain patients. ‘Chronic cancer pain’ and ‘chronic non-cancer pain’ are replete in the ...
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... Elsevier Foundation has announced the 2010 recipients of ... program, committing over $300,000 to support the work ... recipients were selected from 260 proposals worldwide for ... developing world. The Innovative Libraries program supports capacity-building ...
... (Washington, DC) Hundreds of linguistic scholars from across the ... the 85th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America ... to observe and report on the proceedings. The ... Grand Pittsburgh Downtown Hotel. The meeting provides a forum for ...
... radiation, whether due to cancer treatment or multiple diagnostic CT ... for the next 58 years or longer, according to University ... to be the longest of any group of children exposed ... was published in the December 2010 edition of the journal, ...
... (HealthDay News) -- Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ... face a significantly higher relative risk for both the ... The warning stems from an analysis of data ... use was associated with a 34 percent increase in ...
... News) -- A new U.S. study finds that 75 percent ... more caffeine they consumed, the less they slept. Researchers ... of more than 200 children, aged 5 to 12, during ... asked about the types and amounts of snacks consumed by ...
... of many kinds of less-aggressive but still lethal brain tumors, ... new therapies, according to scientists at Brown University and the ... Dec. 15 in the Journal of the National Cancer ... an abnormal metabolic process in the tumors that could be ...
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