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Disabled and other vulnerable groups more susceptible to terrorism fears

... more than others, we're now seeing evidence that terrorism fears are having a disproportionate effect on ... and change does work on the most vulnerable. terrorism affects these groups even when there has not been ... need to be reevaluated in part to ensure that terrorism alerts better reach these vulnerable populations, ...

Disabled and other vulnerable groups more susceptible to terrorism fears

... more than others, we're now seeing evidence that terrorism fears are having a disproportionate effect on ... and change does work on the most vulnerable. terrorism affects these groups even when there has not been ... need to be reevaluated in part to ensure that terrorism alerts better reach these vulnerable populations, ...

Disabled and other vulnerable groups more susceptible to terrorism fears

... more than others, we're now seeing evidence that terrorism fears are having a disproportionate effect on ... and change does work on the most vulnerable. terrorism affects these groups even when there has not been ... need to be reevaluated in part to ensure that terrorism alerts better reach these vulnerable populations, ...

RAND study finds increase in piracy and terrorism at sea

... Acts of piracy and terrorism at sea are on the rise, but there is little ... is aimed at financial gain while the goal of terrorism is political. Although both events are ... a favorable theater for armed violence, crime and terrorism given its expanse, lack of regulation and general ...

RAND study finds increase in piracy and terrorism at sea

... Acts of piracy and terrorism at sea are on the rise, but there is little ... is aimed at financial gain while the goal of terrorism is political. Although both events are ... a favorable theater for armed violence, crime and terrorism given its expanse, lack of regulation and general ...

News Release: Homeland Security to Take Centre Stage with Global Security Asia 2009

... largest and most comprehensive homeland security and counter terrorism Conference and Exhibition, Global Security Asia 2009 (GSA 2009), will be ... largest and most comprehensive homeland security and counter terrorism conference and exhibition. Held at the Singapore Expo from 17 - 19 March ...

Monitoring water through a snake's eyes

... non-toxic, and biocompatible materials. "You can eat them and nothing will happen to you," he notes. Prof. Katzir's determination to fight terrorism through science has a personal side as well. His father, world-renowned scientist Prof. Aharon Katzir, was assassinated by the Japanese Red Army in a ...

Monitoring water through a snake's eyes

... non-toxic, and biocompatible materials. "You can eat them and nothing will happen to you," he notes. Prof. Katzir's determination to fight terrorism through science has a personal side as well. His father, world-renowned scientist Prof. Aharon Katzir, was assassinated by the Japanese Red Army in a ...

SHARE Program Launched to Address the Challenges of Achieving Blood Pressure Goal

... and raw materials, medication safety, changes in exchange rates, government regulations, employee relations, taxes, political instability and terrorism as well as the results of independent demands and governmental inquiries that affect the affairs of the company. All forward-looking statements ...

Virginia Tech engineers investigate energy independent monitoring system for bridges

... areas of concern such as a retrofit or a previous repair from a remote location. The monitoring can also be used as a preventative measure against terrorism or vandalism," Inman added. Inman, who along with his students created a process allowing the use of smart materials to suppress and harvest ...

New Radiation-Blocking Medical Garments Introduced at RSNA Meeting in Chicago : Demron-M Technology Provides Total Protection in a Lightweight, Durable, Flexible Fabric

... biological protection material. Demron-W is the world's only NFPA 1994-2007 Certified Fabric for Protective Ensembles for First Responders to CBRN terrorism Incidents. Demron technologies are engineered to combine radiation protection with ease of use to maximize radiological defense. For more ...

Cryo-Cell Renews Upromise Industry-Exclusive Agreement

... obsolete; any material failure or malfunction in our storage facilities; any natural disaster such as a tornado, other disaster (fire) or act of terrorism that adversely affects stored specimens; the costs associated with defending or prosecuting litigation matters and any material adverse result from ...

Cryo-Cell International, Inc. Reports Third Quarter 2008 Results

... obsolete; any material failure or malfunction in our storage facilities; any natural disaster such as a tornado, other disaster (fire) or act of terrorism that adversely affects stored specimens; the costs associated with defending or prosecuting litigation matters and any material adverse result from ...

Plexus Announces Expansion in Hangzhou, China

... to the recently completed share repurchase program; the effect of general economic conditions and world events (such as increases in oil prices, terrorism and war in the Middle East); the impact of increased competition; and other risks detailed in the Company's Securities and Exchange Commission ...

Cryo-Cell International and EndGenitor Technologies Announce Research Collaboration

... obsolete; any material failure or malfunction in our storage facilities; any natural disaster such as a tornado, other disaster (fire) or act of terrorism that adversely affects stored specimens; the costs associated with defending or prosecuting litigation matters and any material adverse result from ...

4C Controls Announces the Appointment of Dr. Philip Hayden as Vice President, Security Assessment & Threat Analysis

... from those projected as a result of certain risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to: global economic and market conditions; the war on terrorism and the potential from war or other hostilities in other parts of the world; availability of financing and lines of credit; successful integration of ...

Cryo-Cell International, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2008 Results

... obsolete; any material failure or malfunction in our storage facilities; any natural disaster such as a tornado, other disaster (fire) or act of terrorism that adversely affects stored specimens; the costs associated with defending or prosecuting litigation matters and any material adverse result from ...

Nanotechnology oversight: An agenda for the new administration

... reduce dependence on foreign oil, help deal with global climate change, improve the country's health system, strengthen national defense, help fight terrorism and make a major contribution to the national economy. Nanotechnology is also important as a prototype of the technological opportunities and ...

Covert Torture, Surveillance Jeopardizes the Freedom of American Citizens

... limited to, severe physical trauma such as shocks, stings, burning, nausea, and sleep deprivation. Targeted Individuals (TI's) of domestic terrorism originate from many different backgrounds and are affected physically, psychologically, socially, and economically as a result of the organized ...

Advance Nanotech Reports First Quarter 2008 Financial Results

... on counter-terrorism and related technology issues. He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and serves on its terrorism Committee Advance Nanotech announced stockholder vote results On February 12, 2008, Advance Nanotech held a special meeting of its stockholders ...

Stem Cells From Menstrual Blood Show Therapeutic Potential

... obsolete; any material failure or malfunction in our storage facilities; any natural disaster such as a tornado, other disaster (fire) or act of terrorism that adversely affects stored specimens; the costs associated with defending or prosecuting litigation matters and any material adverse result from ...

Cryo-Cell International, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2008 Results

... obsolete; any material failure or malfunction in our storage facilities; any natural disaster such as a tornado, other disaster (fire) or act of terrorism that adversely affects stored specimens; the costs associated with defending or prosecuting litigation matters and any material adverse result from ...

MultiVu Video Feed: Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Institute, LLC Launches New Training Center to Improve Community-Based Diabetes Care

... more than 20 million Americans and costs the economy $174 billion a year -- about as much as the conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and the global war on terrorism combined. But as the disease reaches epidemic levels, a new survey finds community-based health professionals reporting an acute shortage of training ...

Cryo-Cell International, Inc. Reports Results for Fiscal 2007

... obsolete; any material failure or malfunction in our storage facilities; any natural disaster such as a tornado, other disaster (fire) or act of terrorism that adversely affects stored specimens; the costs associated with defending or prosecuting litigation matters and any material adverse result from ...

Cryo-Cell Announces Research Collaboration Agreement with Saneron CCEL Therapeutics, Inc.

... obsolete; any material failure or malfunction in our storage facilities; any natural disaster such as a tornado, other disaster (fire) or act of terrorism that adversely affects stored specimens; the costs associated with defending or prosecuting litigation matters and any material adverse result from ...

Triage study challenges notions of emergency medical response to disaster

... NEW YORK (Oct. 31, 2007) -- In the face of terrorism and catastrophic natural disasters, modern regional trauma systems that improve survival for critically injured patients are more vital than ever. ...

The Tauri Group LLC Awarded U.S. Department of Homeland Security Chemical and Biological Early Detection Systems Program Office Support Contract

... an attack. The CBED program's operational strategy is to integrate DHS capabilities to detect, characterize, and respond to chemical and biological terrorism and to ensure system interoperability, provide consistent consequence management guidance, and appropriate assistance to federal, state, and local ...

Brewing a blast-less fertilizer

... killing 167 innocent men, women, and especially children. Mixing ammonium nitrate with hate and fuel oil, McVeigh brought us a homegrown brand of terrorism and a raw grief from which we still reel. Ammonium nitrate (AN) is a fertilizer used to create bumper crops. But, when combined with fuel oil (FO) ...

Brewing a blast-less fertilizer

... killing 167 innocent men, women, and especially children. Mixing ammonium nitrate with hate and fuel oil, McVeigh brought us a homegrown brand of terrorism and a raw grief from which we still reel. Ammonium nitrate (AN) is a fertilizer used to create bumper crops. But, when combined with fuel oil (FO) ...

Democracy and the Net - How American ideals are quietly influencing the world

... in poor nations. Internet security, fraud, terrorism threats and development of inexpensive ... generally agree. At a global conference on terrorism in March, the Internet was appropriately ... over the Internet. If a global conference on terrorism can look past the threat of Internet abuse to see ...

Oshkoshs Pierce Security Vehicle Ranked in top 100 Technological Innovations for 2003

... mount an effective, coordinated and sustained response to acts of terrorism and natural disasters. The vehicle acts as a self-contained communications ... technology in this vehicle will enable those first responders to acts of terrorism and major natural disasters to mitigate the effects of these events and ...

Wisconsin Leaders Discuss Economic Development

... allow them to further regionalize their supply chains, call centers, data backup and recovery, while offering more secure surroundings. The cost of terrorism insurance in New York City, according to Donovan, is approximately $4 per square foot compared to a fraction of that in cities and towns in ....

Wisconsin to Receive $25 Million for Bioterrorism

... Health and Human Services has made available an additional $1.4 billion to increase the capacity of states, territories and metro areas to respond to terrorism and other public health emergencies. Wisconsin is scheduled to receive $25 million, of which almost $16 Million will come from Center for Disease ...

Diamond Film May Enable Critical New Sensors For Bioterror

... MADISON - In this time of the chronic threat of terrorism and the possibility of war with an adversary who may be armed with biological weapons, high on the wish list of security agencies and battlefield ...

Dream Thieme

... Conference held this week in Milwaukee. Doing that requires people let the need for change get visceral, much like the September 11 disaster made terrorism and preventing it visceral. Post-9/11, all kinds of things including torture of suspected terrorists move from unthinkable to subjects of serious ...

Life Sciences: Wisconsin- The Smart Choice

... Midwest universities. It is a coordinated effort to develop diagnostics, therapies and vaccines to combat the threat of biological agents as tools of terrorism and the importation of exotic infectious diseases. Why Wisconsin? EraGen, a Florida-based company, established a Madison research site in ...

Gone missing: Today jobs, tomorrow workers?

... created as expected? The list of possible suspects includes high healthcare costs, an inconsistent economic recovery, uncertainty about the future, terrorism and the war in Iraq, and offshore outsourcing, to name a few. Each of these trends and events has played a role in fouling the fuel mix of ...

IT application streamlines fire fighting

... will make calls on multiple phone calls to bring staff back to reserve and to call personnel for staff to emergency scenes to alert people to any terrorism events or emergencies within the system, asking the program to call everybody, or just some staff or one shift. The very initial stage of the ...

High interest forces delay in food safety symposium

... A surge in interest in a conference on protecting the U.S. food supply from terrorism and natural disasters has led its organizers to postpone the event until spring from its original November dates. The Great Lakes Agro-Security ...
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