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BIO Ventures for Global Health Announces Management Changes

... Christopher D. earl Resigning as CEO Board member Melinda Moree named interim leader WASHINGTON, June 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- BIO Ventures for Global Heal...

Plexon Inc Delivers 500th "Harvey Box" : 25 Years of Neural Data Acquisition and Analysis Leads to 500th System Sale

... Deadwyler, Wake Forest University School of Medicine Robert Desimone, McGovern Institute for Brain Research, MIT Howard Eichenbaum, Boston University earl Miller, Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, MIT Miguel Nicolelis, Duke University Andrew Schwartz, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine ...

Allied Healthcare Launches First of Line of Ventilators Designed to Meet Demands of Mass Casualty Incidents

...in the hands of skilled respiratory therapists. However, they also are very expensive, immobile, fragile and depend on a functioning power grid," said earl Refsland, chief executive officer of Allied Healthcare. "In the event of a mass casualty event, we simply can not depend on hospital ventilators alone...

Black Enterprise Unveils America's Leading Doctors

...health and that of our families and communities, it is all but impossible to create sustainable, multigenerational wealth," says Founder and Publisher earl G. Graves Sr. "The life of my father was cut short at the age of 46 by a heart condition that was likely both preventable and treatable. The exception...

RxElite Filling Critical Requirement for Strategic Partners in Asia, Europe, and Australia

... the new acquisition of FineTech, our strategy to produce difficult product formulas has been extensively expanded to include complex APIs," commented earl E. Sullivan, the COO of RxElite. "Dr. Gutman and his team are a world class addition to our capabilities and expanding markets." "FineTech holds the...

Mouse Brain or Impressionist Painting?

...r his photos of rat tongue and cerebellum; Pat Wadsworth of the University of Massachusetts for her depiction of the mitotic spindle in a diving cell; earl Nishiguchi of the University of Hawaii for his fruit fly testis image; Jan Schmoranzer of Columbia University for his photo of serum starved fibroblas...

UW-Whitewater center helps inventors get to market

... Another client who came to WISC through a personal recommendation was Doug earl of the software development firm Serliosoft . Since Serliosofts offices ar...very good and open-ended allowing for candid answers from the participants, earl said. Their contacts were well-targeted and well-informed about our niche m...

Follow these three rules when choosing tech consultants

...t is like a weasel. Polonius: It is backed like a weasel. Hamlet: Or, like a whale? Polonius: Very like a whale. Hamlet , by Edward deVere, 17th earl of Oxford (AKA William Shakespeare) Occasionally stumbling across truth but mostly skilled in sycophancy, Polonius was a hack consultant to Denmar...

Midwest cities in fight over municipal broadband access

...und in white papers written by non-economists working for a trade association representing public utility monopolies. To quote Edward DeVere, the 17th earl of Oxford (AKA William Shakespeare): "A plague o' both your houses." So until one of the two warring sides or a new side makes its case with cohe...

RedPrairie: Will they stay, or will they go?

...d Wisconsin had just elected liberal Democrat Tony earl as governor. earl attempted to address a budget deficit with an inco...ficant operation in Neenah. A year after the move, earl was upset by a relative unknown assembly minority ...
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