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NYU physicists find way to explore microscopic systems through holographic video

Physicists at New York University have developed a technique to record three-dimensional movies of microscopic systems, such as biological molecules, through holographic video. The work, which is reported in Optics Express , has potential to improve medical diagnostics and drug discovery. The ...

Intruder alert: Tel Aviv University's 'Smart Dew' will find you!

A remarkable new invention from Tel Aviv University a network of tiny sensors as small as dewdrops called "Smart Dew" will foil even the most determined intruder. Scattered outdoors on rocks, fence posts and doorways, or indoors on the floor of a bank, the dewdrops are a completely new and cost...

Stanford researchers find a quicker, cheaper way to sort isotopes

Whether it's the summer grass that tickles your feet or the red Bordeaux smacking on your palette, nearly every part of the world around you carries special chemical markers. These markers, called isotopes, can tell scientists where the molecules that compose a substance are from, where they tr...

BD and FIND Achieve Milestone in Global Battle Against MDR-TB

Price reductions for liquid culture tests will accelerate access to improved TB diagnostics SEATTLE, June 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company; NYSE: BDX ), a leading global medical technology company, and FIND (Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics), a Swiss f...

Poxel SAS Set up to Find Innovative Solutions for Metabolic Diseases Management

LYONS, France, May 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Poxel is a research integrated pharmaceutical Company (RIPCO), spun out from Merck Serono a division of Merck KGaA, Germany, following the decision of Merck Serono to no longer invest in diabetes research and development. It aims to advance promising asset...

Intruder alert: Tel Aviv University's 'Smart Dew' will find you!

A remarkable new invention from Tel Aviv University a network of tiny sensors as small as dewdrops called "Smart Dew" will foil even the most determined intruder. Scattered outdoors on rocks, fence posts and doorways, or indoors on the floor of a bank, the dewdrops are a completely new and cost...

Nanophysicists find unexpected magnetic effect

HOUSTON -- (April 29, 2009) -- Spanish and U.S. physicists studying nanoelectronics have found that size really does matter when it comes to predicting the behavior of electrical contacts that are just one atom wide. In new research appearing this week in the journal Nature , physicists at Spa...

Intruder alert: Tel Aviv University's 'Smart Dew' will find you!

A remarkable new invention from Tel Aviv University a network of tiny sensors as small as dewdrops called "Smart Dew" will foil even the most determined intruder. Scattered outdoors on rocks, fence posts and doorways, or indoors on the floor of a bank, the dewdrops are a completely new and cost...

Researchers find better way to manufacture fast computer chips

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Engineers at Ohio State University are developing a technique for mass producing computer chips made from the same material found in pencils. Experts believe that graphene -- the sheet-like form of carbon found in graphite pencils -- holds the key to smaller, faster electronic...

Nanotubes find niche in electric switches

HOUSTON -- (March 9, 2009) -- New research from Rice University and the University of Oulu in Oulu, Finland, finds that carbon nanotubes could significantly improve the performance of electrical commutators that are common in electric motors and generators. The research, which appeared online t...

The Lancet's New Online Medical Journal Helps Clinicians and Medical Researchers Find Practice-Changing Evidence Quickly and Easily

LONDON, October 29 /PRNewswire/ -- - Utilizing Best-In-Class Web Technologies, TheLancet.com has Been Completely Rebuilt, Providing a Smooth and Speedy Online Environment for Busy Clinicians to Access the Latest Medical Evidence The Lancet, the world's leading independent suite of medical ...

McGill physicists find a new state of matter in a 'transistor'

This press release is available in French . McGill University researchers have discovered a new state of matter, a quasi-three- dimensional electron crystal, in a material very much like those used in the fabrication of modern transistors. This discovery could have momentous implications fo...

When to Wait and When to Treat? New Program Will Search for Biomarkers in Men With Prostate Cancer to Help Find an Answer

SEATTLE, May 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Researchers at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have a lead role in a new public/private partnership to create the first systematic surveillance program of men with prostate cancer to look for biological clues to help determine when to wait and when to trea...

American and European Parkinson's Sufferers Find Chinese Stem Cell Treatment Effective, Proving Western Debates Moot

Westerners Return from Beijing's World-Class Stem Cell Treatment Hospital with Clear Improvement, Giving Hope Not Found at Home BEIJING, Oct. 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Tiantan Puhua Neurosurgical Hospital, the world's leading center for effective treatment of Parkinson's disease usin...

IBM and Imago find a crucial difficulty in semiconductor device scaling

In 1959, Nobel Prize winner Richard Feynman presented a talk entitled There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom. Feynman concluded that there was no physical reason why humans couldn't manipulate atoms. However, if atomic manipulation is achieved the question of observing the new atom positions remai...

Sheet of carbon atoms acts like a billiard table, physicists find

RIVERSIDE, Calif. A game of billiards may never get smaller than this. Physicists at UC Riverside have demonstrated that graphene a one-atom thick sheet of carbon atoms arranged in hexagonal rings can act as an atomic-scale billiard table, with electric charges acting as billiard balls. ...

Sheet of carbon atoms acts like a billiard table, physicists find

RIVERSIDE, Calif. A game of billiards may never get smaller than this. Physicists at UC Riverside have demonstrated that graphene a one-atom thick sheet of carbon atoms arranged in hexagonal rings can act as an atomic-scale billiard table, with electric charges acting as billiard balls. ...

Old Computers find new uses

Madison, Wis. - Have any old PCs sitting in your basement collecting dust? Give Cascade a call. Cascade Asset Management, LLC is an environmentally-friendly Madison-based computer and electronic equipment refurbishing, demanufacturing, and recycling business that provides a means for disposing ...

Heres how todays Wisconsin children will find jobs tomorrow

MADISON - A veteran television reporter recently asked me to name a few fields in which todays Wisconsin students can expect to find jobs after they complete their education. The real answer is: I dont know. And if I did know, I would invest every penny I have in those industries and gleefully coun...

Identify Disruptive Technologies and Find the Next Big Thing

Madison, Wis. -- For the last few weeks journalists and industry forecasters have flooded magazines and Web sites with predictions of the big technological breakthrough for 2004. Many people wonder: Is there actually a way for knowledgeable consumers to predict the next big thing? According to Sc...

UW-Madison scientists find a key to cell division

MADISON - A cellular structure discovered 125 years ago and dismissed by many biologists as "cellular garbage" has been found to play a key role in the process of cytokinesis, or cell division, one of the most ancient and important of all biological phenomena. The discovery of the function of th...

Scientists find nanotech method for examining cells

Madison, Wis. A team of engineers and biologists has come up with a way of investigating how cells work by mixing them with very small crystals and measuring their changing response to electricity. The crystals, sometimes known as quantum dots, are tiny on the order of a handful of molecules...

To find solid security candidates, look beyond tech certificates

As more organizations see security and compliance as their top issues, they dont see where security really fits on the organization chart. There is a big secret that few executives know about in most organizations: Security is not a techie issue. It goes beyond knowing virus scans and firewalls. ...

Scientists find way to make human collagen in lab

Madison, Wis. Of all of the materials that make up our bodies, nothing is more ubiquitous than collagen. It is the most important structural protein in the body, reinforcing connective tissue, bones and teeth, and forming long, fibrous cables to strengthen tendons. Collagen forms sheets of ti...

Web-centric entrepreneurs find models that attract investment

M adison, Wis. - Five years removed from the dotcom bubble, when adolescent business models were scorching investors and questioning the value of the online world, new business models that investors find attractive are emerging. The models are both progressive in their cutting-edge approach to...

PharmatrophiX, Initially Funded by the Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation, Announces Exclusive Global Collaboration with Elan

...years ago while at UCSF (and then later at University of North Carolina) to find small molecules with the features of large biological agents that could bot... with the help of his UCSF colleague Stephen Massa, M.D., Ph.D., set out to find small molecules that could activate a receptor on brain cells (p75), protec...

Omnio Healer Selects Eden Biodesign for cGMP Production of its Candidate Wound Healing and Anti-Infection Treatments

... biotechnology development resources. The company is based in Umea, Sweden. find out more at http://www.omniohealer.com . About Eden Biodesign ...support ensure that Eden Biodesign offers much more than a traditional CMO. find out more at http://www.EdenBiodesign.com . For more information, c...

Angiotech Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announces financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2009

...kets innovative treatment solutions for diseases or complications associated with medical device implants, surgical interventions and acute injury. To find out more about Angiotech (NASDAQ: ANPI , TSX: ANP), please visit our website at www.angiotech.com . ...

New clues about a hydrogen fuel catalyst

...al reaction," said PNNL chemist and study author Roger Rousseau. "If we can find a way to change the hard part, that is, make it easier to release the hydro...ow the atoms worked together to remove the hydrogen from ammonia borane. To find out, the researchers had to combine experimental work with theoretical work...

Cord Blood America Retires $2.53M Obligation

...a powerful and potentially life-saving resource for treating a growing number of ailments, including cancer, leukemia, blood, and immune disorders. To find out more about Cord Blood America, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CBAI), visit our website at www.corcell.com . For investor information, visit www.co...

Pharmacy Compounds Liquid Mupirocin for the Chronic Sinusitis Patient

...pound is prepared in pre-mixed unit dosed vials, it may easily be used for sinus irrigation or sinus nebulization. ASL and many prescribing physicians find this treatment to be well tolerated among patients, producing excellent results. Physicians may call ASL Pharmacy® at 866-552-7579 to learn more...

Angiotech Pharmaceuticals announces launch of Quill SRS product codes for laparoscopic gynecology procedures

...kets innovative treatment solutions for diseases or complications associated with medical device implants, surgical interventions and acute injury. To find out more about Angiotech (NASDAQ: ANPI , TSX: ANP), please visit our website at www.angiotech.com . ...

Biotech Hot in July Driven by Positive Drug Data and Acquisitions

...of Human Genome Science, Targacept and Medarex. "We don't yet believe biotech is fully back on track as many companies are still struggling to find the necessary funding to maintain their operations, almost half of US public biotechs have market caps below $100 million and we are seeing companies ...

Oncothyreon announces presentation of long-term Stimuvax data at World Conference on Lung Cancer

...mo-radiotherapy. The Phase 3 trial is expected to enroll more than 1,300 patients in over 30 countries. For more information on the START trial, or to find a participating center and eligibility criteria, log on to www.nsclcstudy.com or www.clinicaltrials.gov . Merck KGaA is also conducting a global ...

Jatropha Couple Oil Crop Cultivation Technology Commercially Released

...as many as 12 oil seed bearing trees (OSBT) and non-food oil crops. With years of continuing research, experiments and trials has provided an adage to find and develop 2nd generation biodiesel feedstock with low cost input technology. The Director Plant Science CJP Mr. R.R. Sharma has stated that, &qu...

Global Jatropha Hi-Tech Agricultural Training Programme (JWTP)

...as many as 12 oil seed bearing trees (OSBT) and non-food oil crops. With years of continuing research, experiments and trials has provided an adage to find and develop 2nd generation biodiesel feedstock with low cost input technology. Though CJP have been working on many nonfood oil crops, its research a...

Purdue Pharmaceutical Products L.P. and Transcept Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Sign Exclusive Agreement to Commercialize Intermezzo(R) in the United States

...l focus into therapeutic areas that complement our leadership position in pain management." Mr. Stewart added, "We are confident that prescribers will find Intermezzo ((R)) to be a valuable therapeutic option for managing patients with middle-of-the-night sleep disorders that fall within the proposed ind...

CuraGen Reports Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results

...nts, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. Additional Information About the Celldex-CuraGen Merger and Where to find It In connection with the proposed merger, Celldex and CuraGen intend to file relevant materials with the SEC, including a definitive joint proxy s...

U.S. Federal Trade Commission to Challenge Thoratec's Proposed Acquisition of HeartWare International

...ject of a 150-patient clinical trial in the United States for a bridge-to-transplantation indication. Additional Information and Where You Can find It Thoratec has filed a Registration Statement on Form S-4 containing a proxy statement/prospectus and other documents concerning the proposed acq...

Video: New Way RA(TM) Talk Show Premieres Online for People Living With Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

...rough that experience with my mom, I feel fortunate that I am able to play a role in providing an educational and entertaining resource to help people find new ways to live with RA, despite the challenges that often accompany the condition." Sponsored by Centocor Ortho Biotech Inc, New Way RA fea...
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