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PRS And EmSense Partner To Integrate Bio-Sensory Measures In Packaging Research Studies

CHICAGO, July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Last week at the IIR Shopper Insights Conference, Perception Research Services International (PRS) and EmSense Corporation announced their partnership to include bio-sensory measures within quantitative packaging research studies. The companies pres...

Another JDRF partner moves research forward with collaboration agreement for diabetes treatment

NEW YORK, June 18, 2009 The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation said today that for the fourth time in 18 months, one of its biotech partners has signed a collaboration agreement with a large pharmaceutical company to move research on type 1 diabetes into the final phases of trials. Accordin...

UNC, Yale partner to study effects of cocaine use on mother-infant relationships

CHAPEL HILL Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Yale University have been awarded almost $10 million to study the many ways cocaine use during pregnancy can negatively affect interactions between mothers and their infants. The project's researchers hope their f...

Carbon Disclosure Project, ICLEI partner to help US cities report local climate actions, emissions

The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) and ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability are joining forces with some of the United States' largest cities to help them voluntarily report their greenhouse gas emissions and other climate change-relevant data. This project marks a significant step in ...

ASM and FIND to partner on strengthening infectious disease diagnosis in developing nations

The American Society for Microbiology (ASM) and the Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding today confirming their agreement to work in partnership for projects aimed at strengthening infectious disease diagnosis and service integration in resourc...

Entrust, Hewlett Packard Partner to Deploy Taiwanese ePassports, Authenticate Biometric Data

Solution allows straightforward migration to EAC ePassport technology DALLAS, May 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- An innovator in ePassport technology, Entrust, Inc. (Nasdaq: ENTU ) will provide its proven public key infrastructure to the Taiwanese government to help authenticate sensitive biome...

Corazonas Foods and Brandeis University partner to create cholesterol-reducing snacks

Waltham, MA -- Corazonas Foods, Inc., creators of great-tasting, heart-healthy snack foods, has announced an exclusive licensing agreement with Brandeis University to utilize its technology in creating several new categories of heart-healthy snacks. Brandeiss innovative technology allows high lev...

Universities partner with national parks to give historic sites energy makeovers

An idea Rochester Institute of Technology professor James Winebrake had more than a decade ago while working on energy issues at Shenandoah National Park in Virginia has solidified into a respected national program partnering universities with national parks to identify ways to make historic sites...

Fujitsu and HT Systems Partner to Provide Biometric Patient Identity Management

PatientSecure(TM) on Display at Leading Healthcare Conference SUNNYVALE, Calif. and TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Identity management in a busy healthcare setting is a hectic and time consuming process, especially when it must be repeated with each patient's visit. Fujitsu Compute...

Fujitsu and HT Systems Partner to Provide Biometric Patient Identity Management

PatientSecure(TM) on Display at Leading Healthcare Conference SUNNYVALE, Calif. and TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Identity management in a busy healthcare setting is a hectic and time consuming process, especially when it must be repeated with each patient's visit. Fujitsu Compute...

Conservation International and Toyota partner to protect Philippines' rain forests

Manila, Philippines - Conservation International (CI) today announced a partnership with Toyota to support efforts to restore and protect more than 4,000 acres of the Philippines Peablanca Protected Landscape and Seascape (PPLS), located in the Northeastern part of one of the nations main islands....

Facial attraction -- choice of sexual partner shaped the human face

Men with large jaws, flaring cheeks and large eyebrows are sexy, at least in the eyes of our ancestors, researchers at the Natural History Museum have discovered. Facial attractiveness played a major role in shaping human evolution, as studies on our fossil ancestors have shown our choice of sexua...

Alzheimer's disease research attracts first partner

The Australian Alzheimer's disease cluster study The Australian Imaging, Biomarker and Lifestyle Flagship Study of Ageing (AIBL) has secured its first collaborative research agreement with a major strategic alliance partner, Pfizer Australia. AIBL is the world's largest study of its type, and a...

Estuarine Research Federation chooses Springer as publishing partner

Springer, one of the leading global STM publishers, has entered a publishing partnership with the Estuarine Research Federation (ERF) for the journal Estuaries and Coasts. Appearing six times a year, the journal plays a major role in promoting research on and management of estuarine and coastal e...

Institution of Chemical Engineers chooses Elsevier as publishing partner

Amsterdam, 13 Sept. 2007 The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) and Elsevier are pleased to announce a new partnership to publish the four international journals Chemical Engineering Research and Design, Process Safety and Environmental Protection, Food and Bioproducts Processing and Educ...

Spousal illness can trigger partner death

In the largest study ever to quantify caregiver burden and the widower effect, researchers found that for people aged 65 and older, hospitalization of a spouse can harm the wellbeing of his or her partner and significantly contribute to that partner's death. This risk also varies with the ill spous...

Plankton Power and RTDC announce proposed algae-to-biofuels pilot facility on Cape Cod

...ts Clean Energy Center, and Loud Fuel Company are also supporting the initiative. "Over the next few years, we are ready to set up the MMR as a partner for a number of critical clean-energy initiatives that will not only help the military but boost the regional economy," said U.S. Rep. Bill Delahunt (...

High-tech vehicle design boosts emergency rescue capacity

...d on standard on- and off-road vehicles such as Volkswagen, Mercedes Benz and Fiat vans and Unimog multi-purpose four-wheel-drive lorries. Austrian partner EMPL is a leading European manufacturer of customised heavy goods vehicle (HGV) bodies, tailored to the specific requirements of clients and market tr...

LincRNAs serve as genetic air-traffic controllers

... to the proper location in the genome the researchers hypothesized that other lincRNA molecules might be playing similar roles. "DNA wraps around partner proteins to form a structure called chromatin, which affects which genes are 'turned on' and which are 'turned off'," explains first author Ahmad Khal...

Parascript Signature Verification Technology Used by Moscow Law Firm to Detect Signature Fraud in $160,000 Debt Collection Case

...llenging almost any large, modern organization, including insurance companies, banks, and other financial and government institutions. We are proud to partner with Moscow Law Firm 'Gareev, Muslov, and Partners' to respond to their need to support arbitration proceedings," said Mike Fenton, vice president sal...

Federal Bureau of Investigation Awards Lockheed Martin Biometric Card Scanning Service Contract

...ding an incremental replacement of current IAFIS technical capabilities while also introducing new functionality. Lockheed Martin is the lead industry partner on the NGI program. Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security company that employs about 146,000 people worldwide and ...

Springer launches SpringerImages

...e by providing students, researchers, professors and librarians with a single comprehensive resource for scientific images. In the future, we plan to partner with additional sources to expand the image collection." ...

Dietary supplements manufacturers gain new tool to help ensure quality products

...ry of necessary information for dietary supplements manufacturers. "With the release of this new Dietary Supplements Compendium, USP is seeking to partner with ingredient suppliers, dietary supplements manufacturers, contract laboratories, regulatory bodies and independent consultants to raise the qualit...

Male seahorses like big mates

...males. Mattle and Wilson investigated the mating behavior of the pot-bellied seahorse (Hippocampus abdominalis), concentrating on the importance of partner body size in mate selection. A total of 10 female and 16 male sexually mature seahorses, obtained from a captive breeding facility in Tasmania, took p...

Battle of the sexes benefits offspring, says research

... Parents compensate for a lazy partner by working harder to bring up their offspring, but not enough to completely... interest between parents, since each parent would benefit by leaving their partner holding the baby whilst they go off and start a new brood elsewhere. "Th...

Natural compound stops retinopathy

...s work. This opens an entirely new area for pharmaceutical companies to target," said Jay Ma, the principal investigator on the project and a research partner at the OU Health Sciences Center, Dean A. McGee Eye Institute and the Harold Hamm Oklahoma Diabetes Center. Diabetic retinopathy is the most comm...

Elsevier announces 2008 journal impact factor highlights

...e highest quality," remarked Martin Tanke, Managing Director of Science and Technology Journals. "We are grateful for our strong network of editors we partner with, who work with us each day to build our journals to some of the best in their fields." The impact factor is a measure of the frequency with wh...

Parascript Signature Verification Technology Used by Moscow Law Firm to Detect Signature Fraud in $160,000 Debt Collection Case

...llenging almost any large, modern organization, including insurance companies, banks, and other financial and government institutions. We are proud to partner with Moscow Law Firm 'Gareev, Muslov, and Partners' to respond to their need to support arbitration proceedings," said Mike Fenton, vice president sal...

Federal Bureau of Investigation Awards Lockheed Martin Biometric Card Scanning Service Contract

...ding an incremental replacement of current IAFIS technical capabilities while also introducing new functionality. Lockheed Martin is the lead industry partner on the NGI program. Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security company that employs about 146,000 people worldwide and ...

Toxic molecule may help birds 'see' north and south

... was toxic, seeing it instead as an ideal reaction partner in a biochemical process involving the protein cry...rough its own molecular spins, recruits a reaction partner that operates at so-called zero spin. They suggest...ner," Schulten said. "We propose that the reaction partner is not the benign oxygen molecule that we all brea...

CSIRO deal to commercialize 'artificial gut'

...r Phillip Clancy, said the new instrument will be a valuable addition to his company's portfolio. "Stadvis is pleased to have won the opportunity to partner with CSIRO to bring this technology to market. The new device will be marketed to food manufacturing companies and laboratories around the world," he ...

Integrated Biometrics Adds Security Industry Veteran to Sales Staff

...grated Biometrics in 2006. In addition to his work responsibilities, Johnson serves as Vice Chair of the local ASIS Chapter. "As our integration partner and clients lists grow, it is important to add key staff that understand the industry's changing budget, technology and regulation requirements," said...

Faculty of Translational Medicine boosts support for biomedical researchers

...nt care.' Over 250 people from Guy's and St Thomas' and King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trusts, King's College London and the Centre's other partner organisations, which include Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry and St George's Healthcare NHS Trust have been granted Faculty memb...

Single women gaze longer

...st study to report whether having a current sexual partner influences interest in the opposite sex. Other stu... "That there were no detectable effects of sexual partner status on women's subjective ratings of male faces... effect and introduces the possibility that sexual partner status impacts women's cognitive processing of nov...

Temporary infidelity may contribute to the stability of ancient relationships

... very short window of time--as the young queen establishes a new nest--when partner switching can occur." Ants in the genus Acromyrmex cultivate a single fun...om another nest and cultivate it in their new nest. This sort of temporary partner switching probably acts as an evolutionary safety net in the ant-fungus mut...

Swiss Initiative in Systems Biology launches new projects

...d universities and to the Swiss Institute for Bioinformatics. Each of the six approved RTD-Projects is coordinated by a researcher from a SystemsX.ch partner institution. Scientists from the University of Basel lead three RTD-projects. The Department for Biosystems Science and Engineering (ETH Zurich), the ...

Validus and HierStar Form Strategic Alliance to Offer the First Complete Range of Authentication Products

...ing. "HierStar is a design, engineering and manufacturing company specializing in authentication technologies. Validus is an excellent match as a partner with their bio technologies and software solutions," said Robert Wilson, President of HierStar. All three products have recently been released to...

Opposites attract -- how genetics influences humans to choose their mates

...if a person bears a particular genetic variant it will determine his or her behaviour. But we also think that the unconscious evolutionary aspect of partner choice should not be overlooked. We believe our research shows that this has an important role to play in ensuring healthy reproduction, by helping ...

Ernst-Ludwig Winnacker awarded the Order of the Rising Sun

...oth of these representatives of the scientific community were nominated by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) one of the DFG's two partner organisations in Japan. Following the award ceremony of the Order of the Rising Sun, the JSPS organised a symposium on "Academic Exchange between US/G...

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...s might impact marine mammal health is something Montie plans to pursue. This summer, Montie, Mann, and Dr. Mandy Cook (from Portland University) will partner with scientists from NOAA to test the hearing in dolphins living near a Superfund site in Georgia and compare it to dolphins from locations where ambi...
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