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UCB and Crohn's Disease Working Group Award $175,000 in Research Grants to Gastroenterology Fellows

CHICAGO, June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- UCB, Inc. and the Crohn's Disease Working Group (CDWG) today announced the four recipients of the 2009 Research Awards in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) for Gastroenterology (GI) Fellows, who each will receive a one-year research grant for their original clinica...

DuPont Statement on Obama Administration Biofuels Interagency Working Group

Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) May 5, 2009 -- The following can be attributed to Nicholas C. Fanandakis, group vice president -- DuPont Applied BioSciences : "With a view on the biofuels industry that ranges from the advanced agricultural seed we sell through Pi...

Researcher working on destruction of chemical weapons

COLLEGE STATION, Sept. 24, 2008 America's war on terror includes fighting the dark side of deadly chemical agents, and Texas A&M University chemist Dr. Frank Raushel is helping with the fight by developing an enzyme that might neutralize one such chemical agent, the organophosphates. Synthetic ...

Researcher working on destruction of chemical weapons

COLLEGE STATION, Sept. 24, 2008 America's war on terror includes fighting the dark side of deadly chemical agents, and Texas A&M University chemist Dr. Frank Raushel is helping with the fight by developing an enzyme that might neutralize one such chemical agent, the organophosphates. Synthetic ...

Pharmasset Receives $10 Million of Working Capital

PRINCETON, N.J., March 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pharmasset, Inc. (Nasdaq: VRUS ) received a second loan of $10 million from Horizon Technology Finance under an existing working capital loan agreement that was entered into during September 2007. Pharmasset received the first loan of $10 mi...

International Confocal Microscopy Working Group Established to Advance Practice of Reflective Confocal Microscopy

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- The International Confocal Microscopy Working Group, an independent group of medical professionals and students, has been formed as a means to promote the betterment and increased use of reflective confocal microscopy (RCM) in patient care. The W...

Medical Services Begins Working With United States Companies for Distribution of Its Products

EDMONTON, Alberta, Nov. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Medical Services International Inc. (Pink Sheets: MSITF) is pleased to announce that it has begun working with U.S. based Companies to expand its distribution network worldwide. These companies have established distribution networks and are i...

Pharmasset Accesses up to $30 Million of Working Capital

PRINCETON, N.J., Oct. 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pharmasset, Inc. (Nasdaq: VRUS ) has entered into a working capital loan agreement with Horizon Technology Finance LLC. Subject to certain terms and conditions of the agreement, Horizon will advance $10 million to Pharmasset in the near future...

Health Care Reform is Working Its Way Back on to the Political Agenda

MILWAUKEE The people who run St. Josephs Regional Medical Center here have a problem: Too many patients are using the emergency room like a walk-in clinic, an expensive practice that ties up valuable medical resources which should be used for critical care, not runny noses. To discourage people fr...

How to keep young talent working for you

Many companies are their own worst enemies when it comes to retaining young talent. Ive lost count of the number of managers Ive met that have given up on this task. Many seem to believe that young people have some form of career ADD or commitment phobia that prevents them from staying in any one c...

Are your working conditions better now or worse?

Every year around Labor Day, a slew of surveys and polls are taken to gauge the state of the American worker. One released by the Associated Press earlier this week suggests that most Americans are happy with their jobs (81 percent) and think their pay is fair (71 percenet). But 34 percent say they...

UW-Madison working to extend wireless access to entire campus

Madison, Wis. The University of Wisconsin-Madison plans to extend its wireless network coverage to cover the entire campus by June 2006, according to the Division of Information Technology . The universitys 2003 student computing survey showed that 46 percent of students said they were lik...

The future of work II: standard of working up, quality of work life down

Humans love to keep score. Nowadays there seems to be a scorecard or measurement index for just about everything from the cost of living to the cost of dying and everything in between. The problem with many of these measures is that they take a pure economic view of whatever is being measured. Bu...

UW working to salvage multi-million HR software project

Madison, Wis. -- A report is due this fall that will help University of Wisconsin System officials determine whether and how to proceed with an IT project that was put on hold after approximately $25 million was spent working to implement it over a five-year period. The project was determined to...

More Americans working away from the office

An increasing number of Americans are working away from company offices and using broadband services to help them do their jobs, according to results of a study conducted by a Milwaukee company for ITAC , the Telework Advisory Group for WorldatWork in Scottsdale, Az. "The ability for people t...

The year of working together (really!)

Its the New Year and time for pundits everywhere to predict every possibility that 2006 will bring. I assembled a list as well, and the more I looked at it, the more it became obvious that each item led to one uber-trend for 2006. I share this with a minor tremor of trepidation. I worked in IT...

Medical College researcher working to make genetic-based medicine a reality

Wauwatosa, Wis. - Personalized medicine is a concept that appears a long way from becoming reality, but people in the know believe so-called genetic-based medicine is closer than we think. In genetic-based medicine, personal genetic profiles will be used to identify the patient's predispositio...

Corn prices and ethanol: Are the markets flaky - or working as they should?

Madison, Wis. - About eight percent of the weight of a box of corn flakes is corn. Less than five percent of the price of a box of corn flakes represents the cost of the corn - the rest is transportation, packaging, Super Bowl commercials, little plastic-wrapped toys for your kids, and more. He...

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SCOLR Pharma, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results

...e potential partners have been committing resources to due diligence and preliminary negotiations of license terms. In the nutraceutical arena, we are working with companies interested in commercializing products we have developed for growing segments of this field in both the US and international markets. W...

Novavax Reports Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results

... $26,938 Short-term investments 5,978 6,962 Total current assets 32,041 35,096 working capital 21,849 7,379 Total assets 73,221 76,625 Long term debt ...

ThermoGenesis Announces Expanded Collaboration With Celling Technologies

...one marrow concentrates are used in spinal fusion procedures. "Celling has done an excellent job of supporting the MXP and we look forward to working with them with the launch of Res-Q and with this broader collaboration agreement. We expect that positive study results will accelerate the market ad...

Synthetech Reports First Quarter Fiscal 2010 Results

...fiscal 2010. Synthetech's cash and cash equivalents were $3.1 million at June 30, 2009, compared to $588,000 at March 31, 2009. Synthetech's working capital was $7.0 million at June 30, 2009, compared to $5.9 million at March 31, 2009. Synthetech, Inc. ...

GenVec Reports Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results

... ---- ---- (Unaudited) Cash and investments $12,628 $17,357 working capital 8,260 11,728 Total assets 16,014 22,767 Stockholders' equity...

SEQUENOM Reports Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results and Highlights

...a broad range of therapeutic areas and diagnostic and treatment modalities. She has significant prior experience in all facets of clinical development working with biotech and pharmaceutical companies, academic institutions, and contract research organizations including managing numerous global regulatory su...

OncoGenex Reports Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results

... - initiation of an investigator-sponsored phase 1 clinical trial evaluating OGX-427 treatment in patients with bladder cancer; and - working capital needs, capital expenditures and general corporate purposes. "We achieved important strategic objectives in the second quarter of 2...

Curis and Debiopharm Sign an Exclusive License Agreement Covering the HSP90 Inhibitor CUDC-305

...ered into this license agreement with Debiopharm. We have been highly impressed with the depth of Debiopharm's development expertise and commitment to working with our team to create an optimum clinical development plan for our novel drug candidate, CUDC-305, which we believe may offer future benefit to canc...

China Sky One Medical, Inc. Appoints New Independent Director

...estments and management consulting will play a vital role in our development as a leading manufacturer of pharmaceuticals in China. We look forward to working with him as we continue to strengthen our corporate governance. We would also like to thank Mr. Jiang for his contributions to the Board over the last...

Repligen Reports First Quarter Fiscal Year 2010 Financial Results

... ------------- -------------- Cash, cash equivalents and marketable securities* $61,969,507 $63,960,564 working capital 50,327,307 50,234,803 Total assets 71,455,664 73,754,742 Long-term ob...

Cell Therapeutics Second Quarter Net Loss Decreases 54%; Pixantrone NDA Submitted to the FDA for Approval

...nd cash equivalents and securities available-for-sale $11,980 $10,671 Restricted cash - 6,640 working capital (15,134) (14,141) Total assets 43,230 64,243 Convertible debt 66,391 142,373 Accu...

UCLA welcomes startup to new incubator space at California NanoSystems Institute

...ic development by nurturing novel technologies and transferring them from the lab to the clinical arena and commercial market." "We look forward to working with MediSens to move the technology to product development," said Sarrafzadeh. "The collaborative research environment at CNSI is invigorating, and w...

PDI Reports 2009 Second Quarter Financial Results

...quarter and first six months, respectively, we are working diligently to improve the Company's financial posi...rong leadership to the Board and I look forward to working more closely with him in the months and years to c... ------------- ------------- working capital $75,246 $81,639 ...

Cadence Pharmaceuticals Reports Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results

...atients who cannot take medication by mouth," said Jim Breitmeyer, Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Cadence. "We look forward to working closely with the FDA during the review process and believe that Acetavance has significant potential to enhance patient care." Also during the...

GeoVax Labs, Inc. Provides Clinical Studies Update

...imal models have held high promise that the GeoVax vaccine will be able to contribute to the control of HIV-1 in already infected humans. Our team is working hard to develop the clinical trial protocol and to assemble all the information required for an FDA submission seeking approval to move forward with t...

Shire plc: Core Portfolio of Products Delivers 20% Sales Growth

... SECOND QUARTER HIGHLIGHTS AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS Products VYVANSE - for the treatment of ADHD - On May 1, 2009 Shire and GSK commenced working together on the co-promotion of VYVANSE, with the aim of improving recognition and treatment of ADHD in adults. - On June 1, 2009 Shi...

SK Life Sciences has Licensed Pristima

...sion, anxiety, schizophrenia, Parkinson's disease, and other neurodegenerative disorders. In addition to the CNS area of research, SK Life Science is working on the discovery and development of novel therapeutic compounds for the treatment of metabolic diseases. About Xybion Medical Systems - Xybion ( ...

Plastics that convert light to electricity could have a big impact

...scope in conjunction with the knowledge gained from the current research, Ginger said, can help scientists determine quickly whether polymers they are working with are ever likely to reach the 10 percent efficiency threshold. Making solar cells more efficient is crucial to making them cost effective, he ...

SENOMYX ANNOUNCES CORPORATE UPDATE AND SECOND QUARTER 2009 FINANCIAL RESULTS

...ies, including scale-up manufacturing and safety studies, intended to support regulatory filings for certain bitter blockers. Senomyx is also working with Solae on the discovery and development of bitter blockers that modulate and control bitterness in certain soy-based products. Senomyx bitter blo...

ETC Biomedical Announces Chamber Sale in India

...stated, "We are delighted with the continued success of Hospimedica in introducing the BARA-MED to India's Healthcare marketplace. We look forward to working closely with them and their clients for many years to come." ETC is the world leader in automated monoplace hyperbaric chambers which include a...

OmniComm Systems Acquires EDC Assets of Leading Phase I Clinical Software Vendor - Logos Technologies, Ltd.

...'s eClinical solutions. Our clients, which include Top 10 Pharmaceutical, leading Academic and Clinical Research Organizations, will also benefit from working with a larger global company like OmniComm. " "We are pleased to add the Logos products and operations to the OmniComm team," said Cornelis F. ...
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