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Comprehensive look at rare leukemia finds relatively few genetic changes launch disease

The most comprehensive analysis yet of the genome of childhood acute myeloid leukemia (AML) found only a few mistakes in the genetic blueprint, suggesting the cancer arises from just a handful of missteps, according to new findings from St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The research appears i...

IOS Press announces launch of Journal of Berry Research

Amsterdam, July 22, 2009 Berry research is currently attracting significant applied, commercial and biological interest. Reflecting increasing recognition of the need for a rigorously peer-reviewed publication in this area, IOS Press has announced the spring 2010 launch of the Journal of Berry R...

SMOS and Proba-2 launch rescheduled for November

Following an agreement between ESA, Krunichev Space Centre and Eurockot Launch Services, ESA's next Earth Explorer mission SMOS and a secondary payload, the technology demonstrator Proba-2 satellite, will now launch on 2 November 2009. The new November launch date follows a rescheduling of the ...

Striata and CIC Launch Integrated eSignature, eDelivery, and eBilling for the Financial Services Industry

Industry Leading Providers Team Up to Provide High Volume Transaction Solution Enabling Paperless Processing for Banking and Insurance REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. and NEW YORK, May 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Communication Intelligence Corporation (" CIC ") (OTC Bulletin Board: CICI), a leading s...

Striata and CIC Launch Integrated eSignature, eDelivery, and eBilling for the Financial Services Industry

Industry Leading Providers Team Up to Provide High Volume Transaction Solution Enabling Paperless Processing for Banking and Insurance REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. and NEW YORK, May 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Communication Intelligence Corporation (" CIC ") (OTC Bulletin Board: CICI), a leading s...

InVitria Announces Launch of Recombinant Albumin for Diagnostics

Fort Collins, CO, April 17, 2009 / b3c newswire / - Addressing significant product safety and consistency issues in the human diagnostics market, InVitria has announced the commercial launch of two protease-free recombinant albumin products. InVitria’s Recombinant Albumin-DX and Re...

Companies use MDDexec event to launch products

London, UK, March 26, 2009 / b3c newswire / -Companies are using MDDexec’s Medical Devices & Diagnostics Sales & Marketing USA as a platform to launch new products. Under the motto “The crunch - a huge opportunity” industry professionals discuss important topics such as KA...

CEL-SCI Corporation to Launch Aseptic Filling for Stem Cell Produced Therapies and Other Biological Products

VIENNA, Va., March 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CEL-SCI Corporation (NYSE Alternext US: CVM) announced today that it is planning to launch a new manufacturing process that could allow drugs developed using stem cells and other biological products to maintain their potency and thereby potentially ...

Bioscience institutions come together to launch Microlife Discovery Center for area students

Microbes may hold the key to many of the challenges we face today, such as renewable energy and disease eradication, and yet scientists estimate that they have discovered less than one percent of all microbial species. Helping students delve into such uncharted scientific territory as a means o...

March launch planned for ESA's gravity mission

ESA is now gearing up to return to Russia to oversee preparations for the launch of its GOCE satellite now envisaged for launch on 16 March 2009. This follows implementation of the corrective measures after the anomaly with the Rockot launcher that delayed the launch of GOCE by Eurockot Launch Se...

Entrepreneurs wanted for NJIT workshops about how to launch a business

Have a great idea or invention but don't know where to turn? Then consider yourself a candidate for an upcoming day of four workshops for first-time entrepreneurs sponsored by the NJIT Enterprise Development Center and the Alumni Association of NJIT. Set for Jan. 24, 2009, at the NJIT Campus Cent...

NWO and Academy launch research program with China

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and the Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) have joined forces with colleagues in China to launch a new research programme: the Joint Scientific Thematic Research Programme (JSTP). It is the first time that NWO and the Ac...

NSF grant to launch undergrads from Case Western Reserve into math and science teaching

CLEVELAND The National Science Foundation (NSF) is funding a new program at Case Western Reserve University to prepare 24 high-achieving science and math undergraduates for teaching careers. The newly funded Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program within the College of Arts and Sciences at C...

GOCE launch delayed until 2009

The Russian authorities responsible for the Rockot launcher that shall carry ESA's GOCE Earth Explorer satellite into orbit have completed the investigation of a failure in the guidance and navigation system of the launcher's Upper Stage (Breeze KM). The anomaly was discovered during the spacec...

Closing the gap: Journal launch brings together wound-healing knowledge

Until now, controversy has existed as to the exact cell type that produces connective tissue growth factor (CTGF), a key protein in the wound healing process. This knowledge gap is closed in a paper featured in the first issue of Fibrogenesis & Tissue Repair , a new open access journal published ...

GOCE team gearing up for new launch date

ESA and European industries have updated the planning of the preparatory activities for a new tentative launch date of 27 October 2008 for the GOCE satellite. On 7 September, preparatory activities for the launch of GOCE from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia were stopped by Eurockot d...

Southwest Pilots Launch TSA Demonstration Project to Test Biometric Screening

Pilot Program Works to Strengthen Security for Anyone with Access to the Cockpit BALTIMORE and WASHINGTON, Sept. 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today a Southwest Airlines pilot will be the first aircrew member to be screened by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) using an advance...

SAGE-Hindawi launch Journal of Dental Biomechanics

Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore and Washington DC (16 September, 2008) SAGE-Hindawi today announced the launch of The Journal of Dental Biomechanics (JDB), the second open access title to be launched in the joint collaboration between SAGE and the Hindawi Publishing Corporation. T...

Indiana U researchers launch social networking and research management tool for scientists

INDIANAPOLIS Indiana University researchers have introduced Laboratree, a web-based solution to the complex problems of scientific collaboration. Designed to streamline research and enhance collaborative social networking for the science community, Laboratree will enable scientists to securely...

US and UK research centers launch major collaboration on atmospheric research, technology

BOULDER--National research centers in the United States and United Kingdom are signing a memorandum of understanding today to collaborate more closely on atmospheric science and technology. The agreement will enable the two countries to increase research collaborations while developing joint educa...

Wiley-Blackwell to launch Journal of Flood Risk Management

Oxford, United Kingdom May 2, 2008 Wiley-Blackwell, the scientific, technical, medical, and scholarly publishing business of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. today announced the launch of Journal of Flood Risk Management. Published in partnership with the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Ma...

Scientists launch first comprehensive database of human oral microbiome

Scientists know more today than ever before about the microbes that inhabit our mouths. They know so much, in fact, that gathering all of the relevant bits of information into one place when designing experiments can be a job in itself. Now, grantees of the National Institute of Dental and Crani...

Scientists launch human oral microbiome database

Boston -- Scientists from The Forsyth Institute and Kings College, London have released a new tool for the research community, the Human Oral Microbiome Database, which provides descriptions of the approximately 600 microbes (bacteria) that are most commonly found in peoples mouths. Most bacteria...

Accu-Time Systems, Inc. Announces Launch of Next Generation Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions: Global Series(TM)

ELLINGTON, Conn., Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Accu-Time Systems, Inc., the leading manufacturer of workforce management, time and attendance, and security access products, today announced the launch of its next generation Human Capital Management (HCM) solution, Maximus(TM) - a member of the Global...

GestureTek/Imagination Launch AirPoint, World's First Hand-Tracking Unit, for Shell Group.

TORONTO, Dec. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- GestureTek Inc. -- world leader and patent-holder in camera-enabled gesture interfaces for interactive displays -- today launched its revolutionary new AirPoint System, and announced the first installation for Fortune 500 client, Shell Group. AirPoint is a comp...

Titanium Group Announces Launch of New Identification Solution Targeting High Growth Retail Sector

NEW PRODUCT APPLIES TITANIUM'S BIOMETRIC TECHNOLOGY AND RFID FOR STOCK INVENTORY AND STORE FRONT SOLUTION SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec. 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Titanium Group, Ltd. (OTC Bulletin Board: TTNUF), a leading biometric and security solutions provider announced today...

Emory, Ohio State launch partnership in predictive and personalized health care

Emory University and The Ohio State University Medical Center have formed the Alliance for Predictive and Personalized Health--a partnership aimed at transforming health care into a more patient-centered system that integrates scientific breakthroughs in genomics and molecular biology with advance...

Secure Services Corp. Achieves Milestone in United States Identity Protection with the Launch of the SSC SHAPE Card Management Solution

DOWNERS GROVE, Ill., Nov. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Secure Services Corp. (SSC), a leader in developing unique solutions for secure information and communication has achieved a milestone within the United States. SSC has successfully integrated their Secure Health and Privacy Environment (SHAPE) Smart...

ESA to provide essential launch control services to EUMETSAT

ESA and EUMETSAT, the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites, agreed today that ESA will provide essential launch control services for the last two Meteosat Second Generation (MSG) satellites, MSG-3 and MSG-4. Under the agreement, ESA will provide control servic...

SCI marks expansion into Asia with the launch of SCI INDIA

SCI is securing a foothold in South East Asia with the official launch of SCI India at the Cricket Club of India, Mumbai on 27th November 2007. Followed by detailed research India was identified as one of the leading chemical markets worldwide, with overwhelming support and enthusiasm towards ...

NIH hosts event to launch Council of Science Editors' global theme issue

The National Institutes of Health today is hosting the launch of the Council of Science Editors global theme issue on poverty and human development, to coincide with the publication of related research by more than 230 journals worldwide. Seven of the most outstanding articles examining interventi...

Smiths Detection to launch a portable diagnostic system for foot-and-mouth disease and avian flu

PINE BROOK, N.J. (Oct. 13, 2007) Smiths Detection, part of the global technology business Smiths Group, today announces it is to launch a portable detection system that will enable veterinarians to carry out on-site diagnosis of animal diseases such as foot-and-mouth and avian flu. This new techn...

US launch of international consultation for new 'responsible nanocode'

WASHINGTON, DC The Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies will host the U.S. launch of an international consultation on a new Code for Responsible Nanotechnology aimed principally at businesses and research organizations. This initiative is funded by Britains Royal Society and the United Kingdom go...

Scientists launch deep-sea scientific drilling program to study volatile earthquake zone

Shingu Port, Japan- Sept. 21, 2007 - Today, the Nankai Trough Seismogenic Zone Experiment (NanTroSEIZE) gets underway, with the Japanese drilling vessel Chikyu departing from Shingu Port with scientists aboard, all ready to log, drill, sample, and install monitoring instrumentation in one of the m...

Sustainable bioenergy project has global launch

"Global Sustainable Bioenergy: Feasibility and Implementation Paths" is a response to confusion and uncertainty on whether the world should look to bioenergy --biofuels, heat and electricity -- as a prominent factor in meeting global energy needs. Scientists from around the world are joining for...

ESA's water mission on track for launch

Following word from Eurockot that launch of the Earth Explorer SMOS satellite can take place between July and October this year, ESA, CNES and the prime contractor Thales Alenia Space are now making detailed preparations for the last crucial steps before ESA's water mission is placed in orbit. ...

Scientists endure Arctic for last campaign prior to CryoSat-2 launch

An international group of scientists has swapped their comfortable offices for one of the most inhospitable environments on the planet to carry out a challenging field campaign that is seen as the key to ensuring the data delivered by ESA's ice mission CryoSat will be as accurate as possible. T...

Public Library of Science to launch new, open access journal on neglected tropical diseases

The Public Library of Science (PLoS) announced today the creation of PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, the first open access journal devoted to the world's most neglected diseases. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases ( www.plosntds.org ) will focus on the overlooked diseases that strike millions of...

Two NIH initiatives launch intensive efforts to find roots of common diseases

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) today announced the creation of two new, closely related initiatives to speed up research on the causes of common diseases such as asthma, arthritis and Alzheimer's disease. One initiative boosts funding at the National Institutes of Health (NIH)...

Affymetrix and ParAllele Launch Industry's Most Comprehensive Product Line for Targeted Genotyping

Twenty-eight years after intense selective logging stopped in the region now known as Uganda's Kibale National Park, the red-tailed guenon (Cercophithecus ascanius) is a primate still in decline. The logging practice, scientists report in a new study, changed the ecological balance for these monkey...
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