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Oshkosh Truck Teams with OSU to Compete in DARPA Million Dollar Tech Derby

OSHKOSH, Wis.- Kids dream of competing together to race the fastest cars they can build and win the grand prize. For a group of 20 engineers, scientists and technicians from Ohio State University (OSU) and Wisconsin-based Oshkosh Truck , the goal is to win the $1 million dollar grand prize awarde...

Oxford Performance Materials Introduces OXPEKK PermettaTM High Performance Polymer Films

...esistance, along with highly selectable electrical properties. In addition, OXPEKK® PermettaTM is inherently flame retardant UL94 V-0 rated, meets osu 65/65 and is available in medical implant grades supported by extensive ISO 10993 biocompatibility testing. Specific grades are available for long ter...

Ancient diatoms lead to new technology for solar energy

...tead of conventional semiconductor manufacturing approaches, researchers at osu and Portland State University have created a new way to make "dye-sensitize...imits of what we may be able to accomplish with that," said Greg Rorrer, an osu professor of chemical engineering. "There's an enormous opportunity to deve...

Vermillion Announces First Quarter 2008 Financial Results and Business Progress

... a marker panel for distinguishing benign from malignant pelvic masses." -- Hematology Diagnostic Program * Reported findings from an osu clinical study that indicated that a SELDI-TOF-based TTP diagnostic test, which already has been commercially launched as a laboratory...

Arno Therapeutics Completes License Agreements for the Exclusive Rights to Novel, Targeted Cancer Compounds

...Center and CEO of The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute. "These are the first two molecules for cancer treatment created entirely at osu that will be brought into the cancer clinic." Pursuant to the terms of the license agreement, Arno will pay development based milestones and royalti...

Researchers Pinpoint Best Treatment to Reduce Deadly USA300, MRSA Staph Infections

...is more virulent and infects individuals who are otherwise healthy, something that earlier hospital strains of MRSA did not." A copy of the original osu Time Kill study can be viewed by following this link http://www.teclabsinc.com/press_docs/MRSA_Study.pdf Available Topic Expert(s): For informat...

Lorus Advances Clinical Development of GTI-2040 Combined with Ara-C in Acute Myeloid Leukemia

... which was carried out with the sponsorship of the Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program of the US National Cancer Institute. Dr. Marcucci and his team at osu have extensive experience with antisense and other targeted therapies in leukemic indications and in genetic studies of leukemia. Ara-C, including Hi...

Oshkosh's TerraMax rolls across finish line

... See previous WTN coverage of the DARPA race here: • Oshkosh's robotic truck qualifies for DARPA challenge • Oshkosh Truck teams with osu to compete in DARPA million dollar tech derby ...
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