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Employees Sacked To Tackle Huge Debts Faced By the Hospital

...hey said that this job loss is pushing them to the edge and then in the end would put lives at risk. Ms Hewitt said that she did not blame anyone for the debt crisis at the trust and urged hospital managers to use the situation as an opportunity to improve patient services for the future. ...

Nanotechnology Promises Huge Medical Benefits

...wer, ultra-small devices performing at the quantum edge in a wide range of technologies from information processing, to defence, security, medicine and biotechnologies. Our broad goals are to develop concepts of optical functionality on the smallest possible size scale, at the lowest possible energy level...

Pranab Mukherjee Urged Military Doctors To Remain On The Cutting Edge

...rs to reorient themselves to remain on the cutting edge of medical services, in the rapidly changing global scenario in order to face the new challenges. // Military medical forces are the most potent form of delivering healthcare both to the armed forces and to civilians in times of natural disasters, ...

A New Focus For The Mechanism Of Nerve Growth

... that is constantly being assembled at the leading edge and moved rearward, powered by a myosin II motor located at its back end. But, the networks making up this actin treadmill are constantly being recycled at the back end, and actin molecules are freed to complete a "virtual belt" cycle and be used aga...

Doctoral communication gets wired badge: wireless communication.

...Cornwall Hospitals Trust has started using cutting edge technology to stay in touch.// This is the first time in the UK that this tech is being tested, which allows staff in different locations to talk over a wireless network. They use badges which are hands free devices, about the size of an iPod nan...

$ 1.7 Million NYSTAR Award for Binghamton University to Flex Electronics Research Muscle.

...specially those that involve innovation of cutting edge technology. The IEEC at Binghamton University is avidly involved with leading research and innovations in Electronics Packaging, conveying its findings to the New York State and National Packaging Industries, from time to time.. The IEEC has always ...

Tectonic Plates Colliding Can Cause Earthquakes

... on top of the overriding plate, it reinforced the edge of the plate and caused it to stick directly above where the earthquake would happen so that it no longer deformed internally. The researchers speculate that this allows the subduction zone to remain at rest for longer periods of time and thus to sti...

Ossur Acquires the U.S. Orthopaedics Company

... said Innovation Sports would give Ossur a leading edge in ligament braces, the largest segment of the braces and support market, and accelerate Ossur's strategic initiative to advance in the orthopaedics market with improved operating efficiencies and other synergies. Innovation Sports, based in Foothi...

India set to become the global knowledge hub

...English," says Rao. To sharpen India's knowledge edge in the 21st century, Mr Manmohan Singh has establi...bing global attention with success in some leading edge areas of science and technology. The country has conducted a test flight of Saras, an indigenously...

Malaria’s Invisibility Code Identifie

...eins. The genetic activity takes place at the very edge of the nucleus, wherein the chromosome ends surround the promoter which contain the silenced var genes. The art of cloning big DNA sequences had to be mastered by the scientists for this research. The parasite’s var genes can be silenced by a promot...

Mirrors An Enigma for Humans

... to see their reflection before they were near the edge of the mirror. Hence It was concluded that many are not aware of how the mirror exactly functions. It is not the position of the viewer that determines the reflection of the mirror. This could be understood with the example of the famous painting...

Stem Cell Facility To Be Established In Chennai

...expressed happiness over the fact that the cutting edge technology is being pioneered by the SRMC in India. This will also contribute towards ensuring better cures for serious ailments. An investment of Rs. 15 crores will be made in the facility which is expected to become operational by June 2006. Oncolo...

ESRC offers new dynamics for old in UK

...ering expanded research funding to provide leading edge thinking in this highly relevant area. Professor Ian Diamond, CEO of the ESRC says: "As a key part of our Strategic Plan, over the next two years, ESRC will spend over £2.5 million funding ageing research - in addition to our continuing responsive...

UNAIDS Chief Appeals for Projects to Battle AIDS/HIV

... infected with HIV. India's northeast lies on the edge of the heroin-producing 'Golden Triangle' of Laos, Myanmar and Thailand and independent estimates have put the number of regular intravenous drug users in the region at 300,000 -- a key cause of HIV infection here. 'The UNAIDS is committed to suppo...

North-Eastern Leaders Of India Meet To Discuss HIV Problems

...cute drug problem. India's northeast lies on the edge of the heroin-producing Golden Triangle of Laos, Myanmar and Thailand and independent estimates have put the number of regular intravenous drug users in the region at up to 300,000 -- a key cause of HIV infection here. 'More than promiscuity it is ...

A new study by John Hopkins University proposes formula for good health

...t the protein and monounsaturated fat diets had an edge over the carbohydrate-rich diet." The Hopkins findings from OmniHeart, to be presented Nov. 15 at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2005 and published simultaneously in the Journal of the American Medical Association, underscore t...

Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma Can Widely Infiltrate The Larynx

... extension or by posterior tumor growth around the edge of the thyroid cartilage. Thus, in rare cases, differentiated thyroid carcinoma can widely infiltrate the larynx, making total laryngectomy unavoidable. The diagnosis of intralaryngeal tumor spread is done by imaging and endoscopy. The authors cla...

Specialized Clinics For Manipur's AIDS Patients

...cute drug problem. India's northeast lies on the edge of the heroin-producing "Golden Triangle" of Laos, Myanmar and Thailand and independent estimates have put the number of regular intravenous drug users in the region at up to 300,000 -- a key cause of HIV infection here. "More than promiscuity it i...

Lymph Cell Growth In Eyes Related To Macrophages

...orming “in place,” away from those produced at the edge of the cornea. They also noticed that these lymph vessels disappeared after the wounds were healed. Because the cell structure of the new vessels resembled that of macrophages, they began to believe there might be a relationship. the study tested t...

Revolution in Genetics to Open Avenues for Treating Cancer

...d search for the breast cancer genes. This cutting edge technology is believed to trigger a parallel increase in the speed at which new cancer treatments reach the patient. It has been reported that tumors that are aggressive have multiple copies of the genes and if these results are confirmed, it might...

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