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Cord Blood America Subsidiary Featured at NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race

... signed a services agreement with BAM racing to sell advertising nationwide for the #49 race ... to finding sponsors to be involved with BAM racing and NASCAR(TM) under this unique program." The ... http://www.49team.com About BAM Racing BAM racing was formed by Beth Ann and Tony Morgenthau in ...

Good Neighbor Pharmacy Joins with Diversified Racing Solutions to Enter NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2008

... announced that it has joined with Diversified racing Solutions (DRS) to enter the NASCAR(R) Nationwide ... and DRS will be responsible for the racing team. In addition, GNP will fund country-wide community outreach activities that compliment the racing schedule. "The branding of the Good Neighbor ...

Pfizer Animal Health and NTRA Charities Team Up to Benefit the Barbaro Memorial Fund

... Jan. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Pfizer Animal Health and the National Thoroughbred racing Association (NTRA) have joined forces to help fund laminitis research ... Charities works to improve the communities that are home to Thoroughbred racing and to ensure the health and safety of the sport's human and equine ...

Vet-Stem and Central Veterinary Research Labs of Dubai Sign Exclusive License

... of the world's largest thoroughbred owners and sponsors the richest horse racing day, the Dubai World Cup. "The Central Veterinary Research Laboratory will ... of injuries in thoroughbred race horses, Arabian endurance horses, racing camels, and many other species. Vet-Stem's clients in the United States ...

Kun Run Biotechnology, Inc. Year-End Revenues Increase 56% to $11.6 million

... merger with Aspen Racing Stables, Inc., and become a public company in United States. On Nov. 6, 2008, the name of the Company was changed from Aspen racing Stables to Kun Run Biotechnology, Inc. Also, effectively Nov. 6, 2008, the ticker symbol on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board ("OTC BB") changed ...

Controversial Study to Test Link Between Insomnia and Sleep Apnea

... a grant to study one of the most controversial aspects of Chronic Insomnia. Conventional wisdom connects insomnia to psychological factors -- stress, racing thoughts, and worries -- and is usually treated with sleeping pills or talk therapy. Pitted against the CW is the provocative theory that a large ...

DAZ Systems, Inc. Thrives in the Clean Energy Industry

... energy by working with companies like Southwest Windpower, MiaSole, Solyndra, Santur and Recurrent Energy. Today's clean energy industry is racing towards its future as the reality of today's energy world becomes glaringly apparent. Concerns over global warming, rising energy costs, reliance on ...

Nano-Bio-Info-Cogno Revolutions to be Explored at Convergence08 Unconference - Forecaster Paul Saffo to Keynote

... keynote the event. About Convergence08 he observed, "A host of technologies that seemed like daring science fiction just a few years ago are racing toward practical application with breathtaking speed. Convergence08 is a unique opportunity to look into the coming NBIC future, examine its ...

HDSA-San Diego's Team 2CureHD Continues its Race to Cure Huntington's Disease

... both vital services and support to improve the lives of those affected by HD. Team 2CureHD formed almost five years ago with the intent of racing in the prestigious RAAM in order to add to HDSA-San Diego's impressive ensemble of endeavors to raise both funds and awareness. Last year, with the ...

Neogen Reports 34% Increase in Net Income, 20% Increase in Revenues

... 16% to $33,231,000. Animal Safety sales growth was paced by a 39% increase in sales of diagnostics to detect drugs of abuse, primarily in the horse racing industry and human forensic market. Ongoing improvement of Neogen's test format for many of its diagnostic kits that makes them easier to use for a ...

ThermoGenesis Subsidiary Vantus Announces Stem Cell Agreement With UC Davis Center For Equine Health

... School of Veterinary Medicine since 1998. Prior to his full time university appointment he was engaged in private practice, specializing in racing thoroughbred medicine and surgery. Dr. Ferraro is internationally recognized for his knowledge and expertise in equine athletic injuries and ...

New Report Tackles the Changing Landscape for Alzheimer's Diagnostics and Treatments

... patient population and the lack of approved therapeutics for long-term disease control, it is not surprising to see the large number of companies racing to bring Alzheimer's drugs to market," notes MedPredict president Jeff Berk. "Our panel of experts attempts to sort through the hype, and identify ...

Neogen Reports 34% Increase in Net Income, 23% Increase in Revenues

... 18% for the quarter. For the first half of FY 2008, diagnostic product sales have increased 11%, with sales of test kits to detect drugs of abuse in racing animals increasing 21% over the prior year. Sales of rodenticides to international markets also achieved strong growth over FY 2007's second quarter. ...

Explosives at the microscopic scale produce shocking results

... United States for a wide range of applications, including mining, demolition and military applications. Nitromethane is burned as a fuel in drag racing autos, but also can be made to detonate, a special kind of burning in which the material undergoes a much faster and far more violent type of ...

Neogen Reports 25% Increase in Net Income, 13% Increase in Revenues

... was spurred by strong increases in sales of diagnostic tests for drug residues and veterinary instruments. Sales of tests to detect drugs of abuse in racing animals increased 26% in the quarter compared to the prior year. Sales of tests and equipment for forensic drug detection were up more than 30%. ...

Wisconsin can offer what a federal energy research lab needs

... While other states focus exclusively on corn-based ethanol, Wisconsin is racing to produce ethanol from other biomass sources. Several companies are racing to produce ethanol from plant cellulose. Another is developing enzymes to ...

Video games promoted as effective health-care training

... Other games featured at the conference included exercise simulations, and a bicycle that can be hooked up to a popular video game that takes people racing through city streets. In a Thursday morning session, Michael Erard, a writer and editor with the University of Texas School of Nursing, said a ...

Radiology advance points way to non-invasive brain-cancer treatment

... and radiation treatment with the maximum tolerated dose - all of which leads to a painfully low quality of life. Because of this, researchers are racing to find better therapies to stop or slow GBM. In the January 1, 2006, issue of the journal Clinical Cancer Research, Gelsomina "Pupa" De Stasio, ...

Anti-ethanol arguments are easily debunked

... China and India are just beginning their march up the consumption curve, and the situation in the Middle East is hotter than ethanol-charged Indy racing fuel. Does anyone think this will change anytime soon? I'm sure there is an Internet theory somewhere that postulates $35 oil, but even ...

Shades of gray: Business impacts of an aging workforce

... skills areas in which they will be impacted most will have an advantage over others competing for scarce replacement talent. Many organizations are racing to do this, but for some it may already be too late. Why workforce planning matters Until recently, few organizations seem to have had the ...

Determination of Acepromazine and its Major Metabolite in Equine Serum by LC-MS/MS using the Finnigan LCQ Deca XP Plus Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer

... facilitate handling of these large mammals before transportation or surgical procedures. Acepromazine has been classified by the Association of racing Commissioners International, Inc. as a Class 3 drug in horses. Abuse of the drugs in the Class 3 category can result in 2-6 months of suspension, up ...
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