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Aztech Controls Introduces Standardized Gas Sticks for Semiconductor Tool Hook Up

Aztech Controls, an expert in chemical and gas handling has developed a standard gas stick that can be shipped from stock greatly minimizing lead times for Semiconductor tool installations. (PRWEB) July 30, 2009 -- Aztech Controls ( http://www.aztechcontrols.com ), a Ch...

New Survey Reveals That More Than Half of Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients in Europe and Canada Feel Their Disease Controls Their Lives

Three-of-Four Patients Surveyed Experience Daily Pain From Rheumatoid Arthritis Despite Current Treatment; Findings Unveiled at the European League Against Rheumatism Annual Congress of Rheumatology COPENHAGEN, Denmark, June 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Results from the Rheumatoid Arthritis: ...

Cascade Controls Changes Corporate Identity to Cascade Solutions

Company seeks to better emphasize its customer-centric business approach. TINLEY PARK, Ill., Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Cascade Controls, Inc., a Chicago-area based process and automation engineering firm with offices in Boston and San Francisco, announced today that the company is changing its co...

4C Controls Announces the Appointment of Dr. Philip Hayden as Vice President, Security Assessment & Threat Analysis

4C Controls Inc. (OTCBB: FOUR.OB) today announced it has appointed FBI Supervising Special Agent (Ret.) Dr. Philip Hayden as its Vice President, Security Assessment & Threats Analysis. NEW YORK (Business Wire EON) August 18, 2008 -- Dr. Hayden comes to 4C Controls...

Johnson Controls To Showcase New Technologies for the Auto Industry

MILWAUKEE -- Johnson Controls , a producer of automotive systems and facility management and control, will demonstrate new components and systems at the 2004 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) held this coming January in Detroit. Among the products and concepts slated to be on dis...

Johnson Controls selects Navteq for auto navigation system

Digital map provider Navteq will soon put its mapping data under the hood of Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls ' Point Location Based Trip Information System, helping users find food, gas and lodging in the area as well as addresses and street information. "We turned to Navteq because their ma...

Johnson Controls adopts new software to analyze text reports

MILWAUKEE Johnson Controls , a supplier of automotive systems and facility management controls, has started using new analytic software to examine its processes. Jim Hayes, the companys delivery systems manager, said Johnson chose a package from Intelligenxia, Inc. , a Florida-based company that...

Tennessee health care system to install Johnson Controls wireless tech

MILWAUKEE The Mountain States Health Alliance , a regional health care system in northeast Tennessee, has signed an agreement with the Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls, Inc. , for system-wide installation of a wireless distribution technology. The InnerWireless System will be installed throug...

Johnson Controls unveils latest battery for wired cars

The YellowTop battery. Courtesy of Optima Batteries. Milwaukee Optima Batteries , a division of Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls , has announced the latest addition to its line of YellowTop batteries with the introduction of the dual-purpose Group 75/25 and 35 models. Both models were desig...

Johnson Controls reveals new hybrid-electric car batteries

Milwaukee - Automotive supplier Johnson Controls unveiled its newest products this week at the 2005 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The additions to the line are part of the companys plan to build on their existing technology, increasing ease of use for customers and branchin...

Tech Digest: Modine, Johnson Controls profits; iPods; FBI

Modine profits climb Racine-based Modine Manufacturing made $18.9 million in fourth-quarter 2004, compared to $12.3 million a year before that. Improved sales, as well as favorable currency-exchange rates, drove the increase. Its revenue was $418.4 million. The company makes heat-management...

Johnson Controls completes sale of French unit

Milwaukee Johnson Controls Inc. has completed the sale of its engine electronic business to a French company, Valeo. Valeo is based in Paris and paid approximately 330 million euros ($433 million) for the business, headquartered in Pontoise, France, which manufactures components and electric s...

Johnson Controls buys Waukesha-based Pro-Tel

Johnson Controls Inc., a maker of automotive and facility controls and supplies, has bought Pro-Tel Inc. for an undisclosed sum. Pro-Tel is a contracting company founded in 1961 and now has about 70 employees. Its repair and maintenance services will be added to Johnson Controls' manufacturing b...

Johnson Controls weathers auto market and increases sales

Milwaukee Johnson Controls Inc., which makes auto parts and facility-control systems, reported $203 million net income for the quarter ended March 31, on sales of $7.1 billion. That's up from $158 million net on $6.3 billion in sales for the same quarter a year ago. "We have faced unpreced...

Single gene controls key difference between maize and its wild ancestor

Madison, Wis. -- One of the greatest agricultural and evolutionary puzzles is the origin of maize -- and part of the answer may lie in a plot of corn on the western edge of Madison, where a hybrid crop gives new life to ancient genetic material. While many biologists argue that teosinte, a wil...

Memphis hospital group installing Johnson Controls wireless infrastructure

Baptist Memorial Health Care in Memphis, Tenn., will install a wireless distribution infrastructure at five of its largest hospitals and the organization's corporate office under a $6 million agreement with Glendale, Wis.-based Johnson Controls . The wireless distribution system will provide ...

Johnson Controls introducing new building controls system

MILWAUKEE -- Johnson Controls, Inc. is introducing a new building control system, Facility Explorer, exclusively available through the company's Authorized Building Control Specialist (ABCS) network. The Facility Explorer system is a hardware and software solution that is scalable to provide...

Johnson Controls jumping further into hybrid-vehicle battery world

Glendale, Wis. -- Johnson Controls Inc. has created an advanced lithium-ion battery development laboratory at its global headquarters here to create advanced power-storage solutions for near-future, hybrid-electric vehicles (HEVs), the company announced Wednesday. The new lab comes amid the ri...

Johnson Controls sales up, profits down

Milwaukee, Wis. Johnson Controls reported net income of $165 million for the quarter ending on December 31, down slightly from the $168 million it made in the same period a year ago. That was despite earnings growth bolstered by quarterly sales of $7.5 billion, up from $6.6 billion a year ago...

Johnson Controls buys stake in health-care tech integration firm

Milwaukee, Wis. Johnson Controls , well-known for automotive interiors and batteries, is buying a minority stake in a Florida integration company to boost its profile in another field: health care. Emergin , in Boca Raton, makes a connectivity suite for health-care organizations. Its produc...

Johnson Controls makes wireless partnership

Milwaukee, Wis. Johnson Controls has signed an agreement to add technology from Spotwave Wireless to its wireless portfolio. The SpotCell in-building wireless systems broaden coverage and improve signal strength in specific areas of a facility. This allows people to use their cell phones, PDA...

Bush praises Johnson Controls battery tech in Milwaukee visit

Milwaukee, Wis. President George Bush today spoke of energy during a visit to Wisconsin, but rather than concentrate on traditional energy resources, his remarks were directed toward new methods of treating what he called the nation's addiction to foreign oil. In an address before employees a...

Johnson Controls reports record quarterly sales

Milwaukee, Wis. - Despite weaker than-expected results from automotive units, Johnson Controls, Inc. , the multinational automotive systems and building controls company, reported record sales for the third quarter of 2006. The annual profit outlook, however, is getting dimmer due to the cont...

Johnson Controls appoints Roell to head EOC

Milwaukee, Wis. - Building efficiency and power solutions giant Johnson Controls, Inc. has announced a reshuffling of its executive positions reflecting the creation an Executive Operating Committee. Steve Roell, vice-chairman and executive vice president, was named chairman of the EOC, a co...

Johnson Controls partnership wins new contract

Milwaukee, Wis. - A research consortia comprised of top domestic automakers is pushing development of lithium ion battery technology for hybrid-electric vehicles (HEVs) with a focus on improving battery power in low temperatures, and it is counting on a prominent Milwaukee company to provide the ...

Florida schools employ Johnson Controls technology to stop sex predators

Milwaukee, Wis. - The nation's fifth largest school district is being outfitted with a new security system designed by Johnson Controls, Inc. , to deter sexual predators from entering school grounds. Johnson Controls, known more for its attempts to develop hybrid car batteries and energy-effi...

Johnson Controls partners on car satellite linkup

Milwaukee, Wis. - TomTom , a navigation solution provider based in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and Johnson Controls Inc. in Milwaukee have announced a joint development relationship which will enable TomTom satellite navigation devices to become integrated into automotive electronic systems. Jo...

Johnson Controls to expand in Europe

Milwaukee, Wis. - An impending acquisition would enable Johnson Controls, Inc. , a global manufacturer of more than 110 million automotive batteries annually, to expand its automotive aftermarket presence in fast-growing Eastern European countries, the company said. In an arrangement the comp...

Johnson Controls unit lands contract for plug-in hybrid battery

Milwaukee, Wis. - As part of a new contract with General Motors , the French hybrid battery unit of Johnson Controls will design plug-in batteries for a Saturn hybrid vehicle. Under the terms of the agreement, Johnson Controls-Saft Advanced Power Solutions will design and test lithium-i...

Johnson Controls adds renewable energy unit

Milwaukee, Wis. - Johnson Controls , responding to increasing global demand for renewable energy sources, has announced the launch of a new business division to develop and service alternative forms of energy. The company's new renewable technologies unit will focus on geothermal, solar, biom...

Johnson Controls deals for asset-tracking software

Milwaukee, Wis . - In a deal that will bring asset-tracking solutions to healthcare and other building types, Johnson Controls has signed a joint sales and marketing agreement with PanGo Networks . The Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls, which provides systems, technology, and services to buil...

RNAi: The Controls You Need

Ambion scientists use and recommend a number of different controls for siRNA experiments. Most of these coincide with the suggested controls detailed in an editorial published in Nature Cell Biology [1]. Here we outline these various contro...

Designing Controls for siRNA Experiments

Because of its apparent specificity, reproducibility, and ease of use, RNAi technology is greatly accelerating the functional characterization of disease-relevant genes for drug discovery, target validation, ...

Tech Digest: Fiserv, Conjugon, Johnson Controls

Fiserv in talks with Australian banks Brookfield, Wis. Check-processing firm Fiserv is in negotiations with three major Australian banks Commonwealth Bank of Australia, National Australia Bank and Westpac Banking Corporation to manage the Vipro check processing system. If negotiations are...

Tech Digest: UWM technologist leaving; Banta, API, Johnson Controls

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee The director of the university's Center for Intelligent Maintenance Systems said last week he would leave for the University of Cincinnati in April. Professor Jay Lee told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel that he did not feel valued, and that UW-Milwaukee does ...

ADVENTRX Pharmaceuticals Announces Financing

...ave substantial previous experience in executive leadership roles will negatively impact its ability to raise capital or maintain effective disclosure controls and procedures or internal control over financial reporting; the risk that ADVENTRX's common stock will be delisted by the NYSE Amex, including as a r...

Ricardo Launches Consortium to Evaluate Lubricant Challenges of Future Low Carbon Engine Technologies

...h technical centers and offices throughout Europe, the U.S. and Asia, Ricardo provides engineering expertise ranging from vehicle systems integration, controls & electronics, hardware and software development, to the latest driveline and transmission systems and gasoline, diesel, hybrid and fuel cell powe...

Sigma-Aldrich (Nasdaq:SIAL) Reports Q2 2009 Diluted EPS of $0.68; YTD Diluted EPS up 1.5% to $1.36. Full Year 2009 Guidance Reaffirmed, With 2009 Diluted EPS Expected to Exceed 2008's $2.65.

...re also particularly pleased with our ability to improve profitability through continued implementation of our supply chain initiatives and other cost controls to largely offset the challenges of the current market on our sales and profit performance and the currency impact. We're continuing to add new and i...

Practice makes perfect -- motor memory possible for neuroprosthetic control

...art of one's own body. We have demonstrated that the brain is able to form a motor memory to control a disembodied device in a way that mirrors how it controls its own body. That has never been shown before." Researchers have previously demonstrated that rodents, non-human primates and humans are able to ...

Dow AgroSciences, NemGenix Establish New Collaboration in Plant Biotechnology

...gy company based at the Western Australia State Agricultural Biotechnology Centre in Perth. The company's focus is the research and development of new controls for plant parasitic nematodes. These endemic soil borne pathogens are estimated to cause $15bn of crop damage worldwide with losses of more than 15 pe...
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