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"Over the Next 2-3 Years We Will Leverage Developmental Capabilities and Explore In-licensing and a Co-development Model to Consolidate Our Presence in Japan" - Dr. Kailash Sharma, President, Japan Operations, Zydus Cadila

...the group's operations in Japan. "Our aim clearly is to support the government's stated objective of increasing generic penetration in order to cope up with ever increasing health expenditures. Over the next 2-3 years we will leverage developmental capabilities and explore in-licensing and a co-dev...

Monsanto, BASF Scientists Disclose Discovery of Gene Conferring Drought Tolerance in Corn Plants

...function. The gene was first identified in bacteria subjected to cold stress conditions and further research has demonstrated that cspB helps plants cope with drought stress. Monsanto scientists have published those findings in a peer-reviewed paper in the journal, Plant Physiology. In corn, cspB ...

Chicago-Area Pediatricians Offering Unique Test to Detect Vision Problems in Children as Young as Six Months of Age

...'t you? Maybe not, says Barry Goldman, M.D., pediatrician at Children's Health Center in Gurnee. "Children are incredibly adaptable and learn to cope with vision deficits, even those they've had since birth," says Dr. Goldman "This allows many childhood vision problems to go undetected, which can le...

Former EPA official calls for new environmental and consumer protection agency

... Existing health and safety agencies are unable to cope with the risk assessment, standard setting and oversight challenges of advancing nanotechnology. The nation needs a new agency to address current form...

MMR Offers Free Surgical Masks to Call Attention to Importance of Personal Health Records in Preparing for Possible Swine Flu Pandemic

...it box storage solutions ( www.myesafedepositbox.com ), is offering a free Personal Health Record and free surgical masks as a way to help consumers cope with and prepare for the possibility of a Swine Flu Pandemic. In the last two days, the United States government declared a nationwide public hea...

Fertility Agency Sweetens Incentives to Gestational Surrogates; Finds Interest Up

... CHICAGO, Oct. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- A Chicago fertility solutions agency believes it has a win/win proposition for women of child-bearing age trying to cope with the effects of a free-falling economy: If you otherwise meet the requirements to serve as a gestational surrogate, are not on public aid, but don...

Mother's Day is Devastating for Women Facing Infertility

...back the day,'" Ms. Martin added. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20080509/DC21928LOGO ) To help women who are facing infertility cope with Mother's Day, the fertility experts of Genetics & IVF Institute offer the following tips: 1. Share your feelings with your partner, family an...

Nanotube production leaps from sooty mess in test tube to ready formed chemical microsensors

...ion of ultra sensitive sensors. The low surface area of the conducting part of the disc means that they can be used to screen out background noise and cope with low signal to noise ratios making them up to 1000 times more sensitive than conventional ultramicroelecrodes sensors. This property also produc...

The Recession List - Top 10 Industries to Fly and Flop in 2008

...ed intellectual property rights legislation -- and enforcement -- worldwide, as well as strengthened demand for medical and pharmaceutical products to cope with an ageing, and ailing, U.S. population. Finally, rising demand for biofuels is good news for the biotechnology sector, with the Department of E...

Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy; University of California, Irvine Stem Cell Scientist; and California Stem Cell Announce Collaboration for Safety Studies for Stem Cell Therapy in Spinal Muscular Atrophy

...nal Muscular Atrophy: Families of SMA is dedicated to developing a treatment and cure for SMA by promoting and supporting research, helping families cope through informational programs and support, and educating the public and the medical community about SMA. The organization, originally founded in 1984...

Survey of More than 600 Patients Treated with Tracleer(R) (bosentan) Reveals Actelion Sure Steps(R) Patient Support Program Provides Valuable Educational Information

...cess to a nurse counselor who can help answer questions regarding PAH or Tracleer, ongoing informational newsletters, and important tools to help them cope with PAH. Over 3,500 patients have enrolled in Sure Steps to date. Eligible patients can enroll by calling 1-866-682-7873. Sure Steps is also availabl...

Cambridge Major Appoints Professor John Hartwig as Scientific Advisor

...s chemistry faculty in 2006 and currently holds the Kenneth J. Rinehart Jr. Professorship. John Hartwig has received numerous awards including an A.C. cope Scholar (1998) Award, the Leo Hendrik Baekeland (2003) Award, the Thieme-IUPAC Prize in Synthetic Organic Chemistry (2004), the ACS Award in Organomet...

The Learning Game - Researchers Study Video Gaming Principles that Apply to Education

...orld. They are not content like science or chemistry, but they are learning how to think about complex worlds. One very important skill is learning to cope within the modern world, which is full of complex systems. The environment is a complex system. Everything interacts with everything else. If you dont...

WARF sues Samsung over computer chip technology license agreement

...cs denied using the technology illegally. "We didn't infringe the patent owned by the University of Wisconsin. We will take an appropriate step to cope with the suit," said a Samsung Electronics official. Cohen denied the recent series of patent-related lawsuits as indicative of a trend within WARF. ...

How to thwart the dont-be-right Midwest technology boss

... Plus, having a no-one's-right-but-me boss can turn co-workers into competitors for the right to be nearly right. That's toxic. Here are some ways to cope with the righter-than-thou manager who will serve you better than a sock on the jaw. 1) Use humor An insecure boss is often an aggressive boss...

In a world made smaller by technology, we must learn how that world is laid out

...It makes me quite pessimistic about some form of compromise, he said. Managing relations with China. Even as climates change, China will be able to cope because of its proximity to vast food-producing regions. It has not surrendered historic claims to land in present-day Russia, however, and theres a b...

When search engines collide

...arch results. Established corporate identities with global clout may coast, but others with innovative ideas and emerging technologies will have to cope with this immense load of landfill. When youre lost online, even big-budget promotions wont help put you under the spotlight. Newer, unexposed e-comme...

Mental research at UW-Madison could correct disabilities

...e we weren't expecting patients to do this well." Wicab helps unbalanced patients get back on their feet Another UW-based project to help people cope with everyday difficulties is the BrainPort technology, created by the university offshoot company Wicab . Wicab was founded in 1998 by UW-Madison bi...

The day the old telephony died

... into a state of total shock. Some are mesmerized while others are paralyzed. The telcos and cable companies are both trying to figure out a way to cope with the issue of delivering voice over the Internet and to be able to connect all other gadgets, gizmos, and devices. This enables them to provide th...

Forum builds on the work of the Wisconsin Economic Summit

...offshoot of the Wisconsin Economic Summit, which was sponsored by the UW System as a way to leverage the resources of the university to help Wisconsin cope with economic change. This week, the spirit of the summits will live on through the latest installment in "Building the New Wisconsin Economy," a l...

Move over B2B, B2C -- it's M2E time

...ring are seeing the boom. The U.S. and the Western economies, meanwhile, are all heavily dependent on intermediate services, and thus are trying to cope with the new pressures. Primarily service-based economies that thrived by offering sophisticated sales marketing and channel distribution are getting ...

The Why Files celebrates decade of science exploration

...e Why Files, Dunwoody notes, details the science that underpins controversy as well as the technologies that govern the modern world. "We lay folks cope with our dense information environment by attending to information only when we need that information," says Dunwoody. "Most traditional popular scien...

Fresh water could be a deep economic wellspring for Wisconsin

...whole can become known for research into water security. Whether it's a bioterrorist attack or a natural water-borne disease, society must know how to cope if its supply of fresh water is threatened. A surprising amount of research in Wisconsin is already devoted to the topic of keeping our water safe, an...

Work-life imbalance - A global problem getting worse

...p priority for all. Are you experiencing a serious imbalance between paid work and your personal life? If so, is your organization helping you to cope with it or making it worse? Please e-mail Tony DiRomualdo at tdiromualdo@yahoo.com to share your experiences and perspectives. Tony DiRomualdo...

What does business want from the schools? Some answers may be surprising

...uates of the state's K-12, technical college, and university systems. However, a set of attributes loosely described as life skills and the ability to cope and learn may be even more important to the business community. That theme resonated in two small-group sessions at the recent Summit on 21st Centu...

RT-PCR Primer Sets for Human and Mouse Mismatch Repair Genes

...vo through processes such as replication errors, heteroduplex formation, deamination of 5-methylcytosine and the presence of DNA adducts. 1 Cells cope with mismatches by enlisting specialized proteins that can recognize, excise and correct mismatched bases. This process is known as DNA mismatch r...
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