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Aurora Health Care Unveils ORBIT, A Cutting-Edge Research Instrument

... Biorepository & Informatics Technology, orbit . This dynamic research instrument may ... researchers to build on previous results. orbit also will contribute to the study of ... time needed to complete clinical research. orbit is essential to Aurora's mission to improve ...

ESA launches first Earth Explorer mission GOCE

... was lofted into a near-Sun-synchronous, low Earth orbit by a Rockot launcher lifting off from the ... was successfully released into a circular polar orbit at 280 km altitude with 96.7 inclination to the ... undisturbed environment, despite its low-altitude orbit which forces the spacecraft to endure slight but ...

GOCE Earth explorer satellite to look at the Earth's surface and core

... placed onto a low altitude near sun-synchronous orbit by a Russian Rockot vehicle launched from the ... challenge by designing a satellite that will orbit the Earth close enough to gather high-accuracy ... remaining traces of the atmosphere in low Earth orbit (at an altitude of only 260 km). This resulted in ...

September launch for ESA's gravity mission GOCE

... spacecraft will be carried into its unusually low orbit on a modified SS-19 Russian Intercontinental ... Sun. As well as being designed to fly in an orbit as low as is technically feasible to retrieve the ... on other spacecraft. Since GOCE is designed to orbit the Earth with one side always facing the Sun, ...

Uroplasty to Highlight Urgent PC System at American Urological Association 2008 Annual Meeting

... will present preliminary data from the ongoing orbit (Overactive Bladder Innovative Therapy) study of ... anticipate Dr. Peters' presentation of the orbit trial. As the clinical evidence supporting Urgent ... present preliminary results from the ongoing orbit clinical study of the Urgent PC system as ...

Aurora Health Care Unveils Groundbreaking Research Technology

... further the developing field of personalized medicine. orbit includes a library of blood samples and privacy-protected ... for many illnesses. In addition, research results from orbit will be open to scientists worldwide to minimize study ...

GOCE's 'heart' starts beating

... provide a highly stable and undisturbed environment. However, GOCE has to orbit Earth close enough to measure the tiny differences in gravity, which ... thrust (the force equivalent to our exhaling). GOCE was injected into orbit at an altitude of 283 km on 17 March. Since then, it has been freefalling ...

Treatment with the Zevalin(R) Therapeutic Regimen as Sole Therapy Produces 83 Percent Complete Response Rate in Mucosa-Associated Lymphoid Tissue (MALT) Orbital Lymphoma

... CTI. In the study 9 patients with MALT lymphoma of conjunctiva or orbit and 3 patients with low grade follicular lymphoma of the orbit received rituximab and Indium-111 Zevalin and then approximately 1 week ...

Uroplasty Reports Record Growth for the Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2008

... (AUA) Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida." "Results from the multicenter orbit study presented at AUA confirmed that Urgent PC's percutaneous tibial ... "In addition, based on the solid results from the orbit study, we have decided to aggressively step up our spending in fiscal 2009 ...

Uroplasty Reports First Fiscal Quarter Results

... date, 12 articles have been published in U.S. peer-reviewed medical and nursing journals. And, we understand that the 12-week results of our earlier orbit clinical study have been accepted for publication in the September issue of the Journal of Urology, and the 12-month follow-up results from the ...

Insurance May Be Hazardous to Your Health: "They Figured It Was Cheaper to Kill Me"

... from acute headaches. She was misdiagnosed and treated for sinus problems at Cigna clinics when in fact a diseased bone was pushing through the orbit of her eye, threatening her eyesight. Last summer, another insurer denied coverage for her year-old grandson, Dylan, even though his cranial defect ...

Uroplasty Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year Fiscal 2009 Results

... nerve stimulation (PTNS) treatments, and to date, three new articles have been published. We understand that the 12-week results of our earlier orbit clinical study will be published in the September issue of the Journal of Urology . We are hopeful that these publications, along with an ...

Hubble Space Telescope Servicing In Orbit Monitored By Three Schneider Lenses

... just announced that their Schneider C-mount Xenoplan and Cinegon lenses were selected by NASA to play an important role in the recent servicing in orbit of the Hubble Space Telescope. According to NASA, "the quality and robustness of Schneider lenses were decisive for the space mission." ...

NASA Nanosatellite to Study Antifungal Drug Effectiveness in Space

... will enable more extensive scientific investigation." After PharmaSat separates from the Minotaur 1 rocket and successfully enters low Earth orbit at approximately 285 miles above Earth, it will activate and begin transmitting radio signals to two ground control stations. The primary ground ...

Time Domain Goes Global, Announces Worldwide Availability of its PLUS(TM) Ultra Wideband Real-Time Location System Sensor Platform

... found that Time Domain's UWB product was the only cost effective, reliable location sensor to integrate with our industry leading traffic counting orbit 5 system," said Bill Martin, co-founder, ShopperTrak. "They truly understand how to match their product to specific customer environments and ...

Nobel Prize Winner Professor Muhammad Yunus Leading Delegation From Bangladesh to World Health Care Congress to Advance Affordable Health Care Innovations

... fight poverty and it serves as a catalyst in the over all development of socio-economic conditions of the poor who have been kept outside the banking orbit on the grounds that they are poor and hence not bankable. As of January, 2009, it has 7.71 million borrowers, 97 percent of whom are women. With ...

Space Research May Help Explain Salmonella Illness

... that may improve food treatment, develop new therapies and vaccines to combat food poisoning in humans here on Earth, and protect astronauts on orbit from infectious disease," said Julie Robinson, program scientist for the International Space Station at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston. ...

An Incubator or Cataract Surgery for $25? Heart Bypass Surgery for $2,000? See How it Works at 'Extremely Affordable Health Innovations' at The World Health Care Congress, April 14-16, Washington, DC

... fight poverty and it serves as a catalyst in the over all development of socio-economic conditions of the poor who have been kept outside the banking orbit on the grounds that they are poor and hence not bankable. As of January, 2009, it has 7.71 million borrowers, 97 percent of whom are women. With ...

Uroplasty Reports Continued Progress During Second Quarter of Fiscal 2009

... Kaysen, President and CEO. "In the U.S., support for the Urgent PC(R) system is continuing to build after the release of the initial results of the orbit study in May which demonstrated Urgent PC's efficacy to be comparable to the number-one prescribed pharmaceutical for overactive bladder. In ...

Advancing Medical Technology from Space

... of medical research in space, commenting that "few may realize that a truly 'bright light' for medical research can already be viewed in Earth orbit - the International Space Station (ISS). The launch of the first ISS element took place some 10 years ago. Today, the ISS is an orbiting facility ...

EarthCARE satellite contract signed

... representation of processes involving clouds, aerosol and radiation. The satellite will weigh about 1.7 tonnes and will be placed in a quasi-polar orbit of 97deg inclination at an altitude of about 400 kilometres. Its launch is scheduled for 2013. The four instruments of the payload consist of an ...

Europe's Columbus laboratory leaves Earth

... centre. The know-how we acquired to reach this point will be of tremendous importance in preparing for the future of human space flight, in Earth orbit and beyond, with our international partners. I wish to pay tribute to all the teams at ESA and the industrial contractors in Europe for this success ...

Brain stem cells sensitive to space radiation

... Scarpa, M.D., a NASA flight surgeon at NASAs Kennedy Space Center in Florida and co-investigator in the study. However, if we plan to leave low Earth orbit to go back to the moon for long durations or on to Mars, we need to better investigate this issue and assess the risk to the astronauts in order to ...

NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/November 19, 2007 Issue (on newsstands Monday, November 12)

... Newsweek features an excerpt of Tom Brokaw's forthcoming book 'BOOM! Voices of the Sixties.' Brokaw writes that, "Apollo 8 would fly to the moon, orbit around the dark side, and return to Earth in the last week of December 1968 ... the training for the momentous flight went on feverishly all during ...

Live Earth: How Global Warming Became Cool

... was not global warming -- but global cooling. This was the notion that Earth was about to be plunged into a deep freeze, as shifts in its orbit and axis unleashed a catastrophic drop in warmth from the Sun. In 1977, the big media buzz was for a book called "The Weather Conspiracy: The ...

Sunita Returns June 21 After 194-day Record Space Odyssey

... said Lucid. "These [long-term] flights are providing the needed confidence so that some day in the near future we can depart low-Earth orbit and head on out to Mars." During her stay at the space station, Williams has worked with experiments across a wide variety of fields, ...

Untreatable Eye Disease Improves With Avastin

... the eye and the patients wind up seeing better. This is a first. Until now, patients with inflammation or cancer of the eyes choroid, retina, orbit and paranasal sinuses were confronted with a catch-22 in terms of treatment. Radiation therapy is the treatment of choice for most patients; but, it ...

ISRO Chief Concerned About River Pollution

... Chandrayan-1, said Nair, who is leading a team of scientists to give it shape. Under this project, a satellite would be placed in the moon's orbit to transmit data about its structure and look for indications of extra-terrestrial life. Nair said that as a space power India was among the ...

Moon, the Best Place to Assess the Earths Climate Changes

... changing radiation signals. Using computer models to simulate Moon-based observations of earthshine, Wielicki found that the Moon's tilted orbit relative to Earth prevents the instruments on its surface from getting good measurements from the poles. What is more, a day on the Moon ...

Water And Life In Mars ?

... "Today, we are talking about liquid water that is present on Mars right now.” The pictures taken by NASA's Mars Global Surveyor, a satellite in orbit around Mars support this assumption. NASA Scientists compared a picture of a gully taken in December 2001 with a picture of the same gully taken in ...

Researchers explore medicine in space

... react is only a small part of the picture.' In the event of a medical emergency in space,Seubert states that, astronauts on shorter missions to orbit the Earth or travelling to the International Space Station, could get back to ground within a day; but from Mars or even a lunar base, that's not ...
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