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Osprey Biotechnics: More Trillions of Good Bacteria

... produce more trillions of beneficial bacteria -- the hungry kind that open drain pipes, clean up soil and groundwater, treat waste water, and are ... Animal farm management Hard-surface cleaners drain line maintenance Grease trap maintenance Carpet care ...

No Blood Needed Thanks to Innovative Medical Technology

... Technologies The Ex-Press miniature glaucoma shunt is an implant used to drain off excess fluid in the eye and to reduce intraocular pressure. The device creates a permanent pathway for excess fluid to drain from the eye and maintains a more normal pressure in the eye. The Ex-Press ...

Bilayer graphene gets a bandgap

... doping. The device was a dual-gated field-effect transistor (FET), a type of transistor that controls the flow of electrons from a source to a drain with electric fields shaped by the gate electrodes. Their nano-FET used a silicon substrate as the bottom gate, with a thin insulating layer of ...

U.S. Risks Losing Highly Skilled Immigrants

... opportunities in their home countries, according to an article in the Spring 2009 Issues in Science and Technology . In A Reverse Brain drain , Vivek Wadhwa of Duke University and Harvard Law School, writes that immigrant scientists and engineers, particularly from China and India, have ...

Are Bugs Recession Proof?

... waste water, industrial, institutional, and environmental markets. Its bacteria are bred to be hungry and to clean drains, septic systems and drain fields, protect vegetables, and clean up industrial and marine spills. Osprey is headquartered at 1833-A 57th St., Sarasota FL 34243. ...

USC researchers print dense lattice of transparent nanotube transistors on flexible base

... transferred to glass or PET substrates with pre-patterned indium-tin oxide (ITO) gate electrodes, followed by patterning of transparent source and drain electrodes. In contrast to random networked nanotubes, the use of massively aligned nanotubes enabled the devices to exhibit high performance, ...

Wound Management Technologies, Inc. Announces a Published Case Study

... wound care collagen product to assist in the management of these difficult wounds." Diabetic wounds are problematic for patients and a drain on the healthcare industry. In the United States, it is estimated that 15-20% of diabetics will develop a foot ulcer in their lifetime and that ...

UC San Diego nanostructures will raise thin-film solar cell efficiency

... path along the quantum wells and the carriers have a short path to the electrode. This design maximizes photon absorption while minimizing a major drain on device efficiency in solar cells electron-hole recombination. We have already demonstrated the basic concepts in thin-film devices. I think it ...

Experts prove the geochemical origin of part of the CO2 emissions in semiarid climates

... estimate the annual carbon balance. The carbon balance of this type of ecosystem has been checked for the first time, revealing that it acts as a CO2 drain which assimilates approximately 25 g C m-2 a year (between 10 and 20 times lower than arable land and tree ecosystems respectively). Extreme ...

Bavarian Nordic Update - 2007 Annual Results, IMVAMUNE(R) Delivery Contract, Strategy Process

... up scaling of production, build-up of vaccine stockpiles under the RFP-3 and increased costs for Phase II studies of IMVAMUNE(R). Thus the liquidity drain in 2008 will be around DKK 400 million. At the end of 2008 the Company's net free liquidity is expected to amount to around DKK 500 million. The ...

The Recession List - Top 10 Industries to Fly and Flop in 2008

... last year, IBISWorld forecasts negative growth this year of 22.7 percent -- a major correction. Hurricanes Katrina and Rita resulted in a huge drain on government funding in 2005, and industry revenue has been progressively falling ever since, with negative growth of 22 percent expected for the ...

ASU researchers improve memory devices using nanotech

... to iPods to cell phones to whatever with this one type of memory, Kozicki said. Because it is so low energy, we can pack a lot of memory and not drain battery power; and its not volatile you can switch everything off and retain information. What makes this significant is that we are using materials ...

Genomic DNA Isolation Protocol(1,2,3)

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Genomic DNA Isolation Protocol(1,2,3)

... Decant supernatant and drain any residual supernatant by inverting ... minutes at 4C. Decant supernatant and drain any residual supernatant by inverting ... Decant supernatant and drain any residual supernatant by inverting ...

Winning and losing in the brain gain game

... on to pursue four-year degrees. The answer revolves around a term brain drain that is often used but poorly understood. In January 2003, the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis reported on the brain drain phenomenon in its five district states, including Wisconsin and Minnesota. ...

Report: Wisconsin still lags in college degrees held by workforce, leads elsewhere

... in 2004, compared to the national average of 27.7 percent. While brain drain has been frequently mentioned as a serious problem for Wisconsin's ... in the state compares favorably with other Midwestern states, so brain drain is not a proper way to describe the problem. "Where we have fallen ...

Barriers will not stop convergence of medical technologies

... An infected abscess, however, would require a surgical approach to drain it and reduce the body's infectious load. A dislocated shoulder typically ... Oxygen-rich arterial blood from the heart enters these organs which then drain into veins that lead back to the heart. The pancreas, which is the organ ...

Total RNA Isolation: 100 l Viral Sample From Cultured-Cell Supernatant Containing Virus

... as a small, translucent pellet. 4. Pour off supernatant and drain tube on clean absorbent paper. Add 600 l 70% ethanol and invert ... 1 min. Carefully pour off the ethanol. 6. Invert and drain the tube on clean absorbent paper and allow to air-dry 1015 ....

Total RNA Isolation From 50100 mg Plant Tissue

... translucent pellet. 4. Pour off supernatant and drain tube on clean absorbent paper. Add 3 ml 70% ethanol. Cap and ... x g for 2 min. Carefully pour off the ethanol. 6. Invert and drain the tube on clean absorbent paper and allow to air-dry for 15 ...

Total RNA Isolation From 500 l Body Fluid

... as a small, translucent pellet. 4. Pour off supernatant and drain tube briefly on clean absorbent paper. Add 3 ml 70% ethanol, ... x g for 2 min. Carefully pour off the ethanol. 6. Invert and drain the tube on clean absorbent paper and allow sample to air-dry ...

Genomic DNA Isolation From 510 mg Marine Invertebrate Tissue

... as a small white pellet. 4. Pour off supernatant and drain tube briefly on clean absorbent paper. Add 300 l 70% ethanol ... pellet to ensure it stays in the tube. 6. Invert and drain the tube on clean absorbent paper and allow to air-dry for 15 ...

Genomic DNA Isolation From 1 ml of Body Fluid

... pellet, depending on yield. 4. Pour off the supernatant and drain tube briefly on clean absorbent paper. Add 6 ml 70% ethanol and ... to ensure it stays in the tube. 6. I n v e rt and drain the tube on clean absorbent paper and allow to air- d ry for 15 ...

Genomic DNA Isolation Protocol for 40 l Avian Whole Blood

... a small white pellet. 4. Pour off the supernatant and drain tube on clean absorbent paper. Add 6 ml 70% ethanol and invert ... ensure that pellet stays in the tube. 6. Invert and drain the tube on clean absorbent paper and allow to air-dry 15 min. ...

DNA Isolation From 50 to 20 mg of Paraffin-Embedded Tissue

... at 13,00016,000 x g for 5 min. 4. Pour off supernatant and drain tube on clean absorbent paper. Add 300 l 70% ethanol and invert ... to ensure that it stays in the tube. 6. Invert and drain the tube on clean absorbent paper and allow to air-dry for 15 ...

DNA Isolation From 300 to 450 mg Dried or 600 to 1,200 mg Fresh Leaf Tissue

... that cosediment with the DNA. 4. Pour off supernatant and drain tube briefly on clean absorbent paper. Add 18 ml 70% ethanol ... to ensure that it stays in the tube. 6. Invert and drain the tube on clean absorbent paper and allow to air-dry 15 ...

Boundaryless: Economic Development?

... Airlines gets you from Music City to the Miracle Mile. Talent is already behaving as if state lines dont exist. Yet, we continue to talk about brain drain and economic development as a zero sum game. Thats so 1980s. For more information on boundaryless economic development thinking and Next ...

Wisconsin Labor Shortage on the Horizon

... year 2030, at least 27% of the states population will be over 60. Its a supply issue, Ludeman said. The state is continuing to experience brain drain as college graduates are forced to leave the state in search of careers and higher paying jobs. Once students are college educated in Wisconsin, they ...

Athletics, pop culture and the arts

... events in Appleton, Milwaukee and Madison illustrate that Wisconsin has what it takes to retain a young, motivated work force. Statewide brain drain statistics certainly dont show it yet, but Wisconsin can lure and keep creative people. Event One: The Fox Cities Summit on the Arts. In his ...

State and Feds Race to Stop Taxation of Internet Access

... states including Wisconsin. According to the Legislative Fiscal Bureau, repeal of the tax whether mandated by the feds or by the state would drain state coffers of $39.3 million in 2005, when the law would kick in. Counties and city districts would be hit to the tune of $2.6 million. The federal ...

Wisconsin Economic Summit Aims for a New Lease on Life

... partnerships, transferring technology to the marketplace, investing in worker training, securing investment capital, combating the so-called brain drain and renewing manufacturing are among the topics. All were identified as problems by past summits. In total, two-dozen workshops will run over four ...

Etiquette at Todays Midwest Technology Trade Show

... road, so be extra careful. Don't meet someone and bring him or her back to the hotel room you share with a co-worker (yes, people do this). Don't drain the mini-bar and don't rent adult movies and expense them. Don't do anything illegal and don't drag your co-workers to Nudes on Ice. It is much ...

Why Wisconsin Lags Behind the U.S. and Minnesota

... economic trends compared to its neighboring states began more than 20 years ago. Wisconsin has, for instance, been suffering a serious brain drain for years losing more college graduates than are attracted to work in the state. Experts identify calendar 1979 as the year when the modern ...

Wisconsins VC Challenge

... climate, most notably one of the nations top research universities at the University of Wisconsin-Madison . Yet we continue to hear about the brain drain from Wisconsin because we have lacked one vital ingredient: venture capital to support the development of ideas of our best and brightest. ...

One year after the 2003 blackout: Is Wisconsin prepared?

... and Upper Midwest were left without power for two days, including some in major urban centers such as New York City, Detroit, and Ottawa. The drain in power led to a loss of a record 61,800 megawatts and cost consumers at least $7 billion. The numbers seem staggering at first glance, but the ...

Gone missing: Today jobs, tomorrow workers?

... take care to use global sourcing prudently overdoing it could alienate key mid-career and older workers who may soon be desperately needed and drain critical knowledge from the company. Leaders should also seek to hire more U.S. workers now so that they will be ready to step into jobs vacated when ...

Hackers & Painters: Big Ideas from the Computer Age

... could generate ten or even a hundred times as much wealth as an average employee." Graham argues that incompetent programmers can become a net drain on the company if they consistently produce software that is full of bugs. On the other hand, monstrously productive programmers can create hundreds ...

UW and business leaders outline need for educated workers

... Madison, Wis. Brain drain in Wisconsin, educations effect on the state economy and fewer graduates qualified for jobs in the technology industry were a few of the many topics ...

Is your IT stuck in the MUD?

... and workflow systems as well as the base technology. Using various forms of IT automation to tie together all that distributed computing helps drain some of the MUD out of the enterprise. But the MUD remains, not because of technology limitations, but rather because of organizational, ...

New Silicon Pastures director envisions more home cooking for Wisconsin angels

... Milwaukee-based Silicon Pastures angel investment group, she aims to see more of that opportunity realized. While others are talking about brain drain and the lack of capital in Wisconsin, particularly in the tech sector, Esser sees plenty of positives that smart investors can foster and capitalize ...
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