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Honey bee invaders exploit the genetic resources of their predecessors

Like any species that aspires to rule the world, the honey bee, Apis mellifera, invades new territories in repeated assaults. A new study demonstrates that when these honey bees arrive in a place that has already been invaded, the newcomers benefit from the genetic endowment of their predecessors....

New Report Just Published: World Endoscopy Systems Market Report

...stralia) -Optomic Espana SA (Spain) -Papapostolou (Greece) -PEE bee GmbH (Germany) -PEE bee India (India) -Pentax Corporation (Japan) -Pentax Medical Company (...

Nutrition 21 Appoints Pam McWilliams, Vice President - General Manager of Direct Response

... Propeller Consulting. Prior to that Mrs. McWilliams served for 21 years at bee Alive, Inc., a direct marketing health and beauty company, most recently as...ent. Beginning as a three-person operation, Mrs. McWilliams helped grow the bee Alive organization to 150 employees while achieving millions in annual sale...

New nanoscale process created by UCSB scientists will help computers run faster and more efficiently

... form of lithography." When this technique has been tried before, the molecules spontaneously self assembled into hexagonal arrays; they look like bee hives. But since industry uses parallel lines on a square or rectangular grid, the hexagonal arrays have limited application. "In this article, we...

Video: New Survey Shows Three in Four School Nurses Have Students at Risk for Severe Allergic Reactions Who Do Not Bring Auto-Injectable Epinephrine to School

...nd anaphylaxis may progress very quickly. We know that in fatal anaphylaxis, respiratory or cardiac arrest will usually occur within 10-20 minutes for bee stings and within 20-45 minutes for food reactions.(10) That gives very little time for an appropriate response." Due to the quick onset of anaphyla...

Engineers whip up the first long-lived nanoscale bubbles

...cky Joseph Professor of Engineering and Applied Mathematics and associate dean for applied physical sciences and engineering, was in the audience when bee projected an image of a micrometer-size bubble with a distinctive polygonal geometry. The bubble surface appeared to be faceted with regular pentagona...

Californian stem-cell efforts get new rules, attract lawsuits

...ficant stock in or serve on the boards of biotech companies, the Sacramento bee reported. They won't have to relinquish stock or their positions, but emplo...fornian publications Stem cell panel OKs anti-conflict rules Sacramento bee (subscription) Court action has thrown state plans to issue bonds for re...

Voice-changing software could make you a troll online

... Middleton, WI Screaming bee LLC , a local company that makes voice software, has released a voice-changing program that gamers could use to better slip into their characters' rol...

Users help software company morph in new directions

...or awhile after the company was acquired by Sony Digital Networks Division . He moved on to DNASTAR for a couple of years, and started Screaming bee with Shawn Pourchot, now company president, after developing some prototypes for voice-changing software. He did not launch the business in Madison be...
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