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New Report Just Published: World Prostate Cancer Therapeutics Market Report

NEW YORK, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com just added a new market research report to its catalogue. World Prostate Cancer Therapeutics Market http://www.reportlinker.com/p0119471/World-Prostate-Cancer-Therapeutics-Market.html?utm_source=PRNWire&utm_medium=PR&utm_c...

New Report Just Published: World Endoscopy Systems Market Report

NEW YORK, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com just added a new market research report to its catalogue. World Endoscopy Systems Market http://www.reportlinker.com/p0109885/World-Endoscopy-Systems-Market.html?utm_source=PRNWire&utm_medium=PR&utm_campaign=PRNWire ...

It's Not Just the Sun: deCODE Discovers Sequence Variants Affecting Susceptibility to Skin Cancer

REYKJAVIK, Iceland, July 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Scientists at deCODE genetics (Nasdaq: DCGN ) and academic colleagues from Europe and the United States today present in the journal Nature Genetics the discovery of common genetic risk factors for basal cell carcinoma (BCC) that affect peop...

Prescription-Free Digital Hearing Aid Just Released

Randy Wohlers, founder of the online hearing device store MyHearPod.com, offers a new 100% digital hearing aid that does not require a prescription. (PRWEB) June 2, 2009 -- For many people, hearing loss is a bothersome problem in certain situations, but not often enough...

Experts at Healthcare Conference Support Investments in the Health of Work Culture and Care Processes, Not Just Technology

ORLANDO, Florida, March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- - Attendees at The 18th CPM Resource Center Conference Hear Recommendations for Change in the Stimulus Plan Era The healthcare industry has a unique opportunity to make valuable use of the billions allotted for healthcare information tech...

Bio-Tec Environmental Introduces Their New Plastic Additive Showing 45% Biodegradation of Plastics in Just 14 Days

After several years in development, Bio-Tec Environmental today launched its next-generation biodegradable plastics additive. The new product passed ASTM International's strictest test for anaerobic biodegradation of plastic materials and far surpasses its predecessor in economy and performance. ...

Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Fingerprints can reveal critical evidence, as well as an identity, with the use of a new technology developed at Purdue University that detects trace amounts of explosives, drugs or other materials left behind in the prints. The new technology also can distinguish between...

Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Fingerprints can reveal critical evidence, as well as an identity, with the use of a new technology developed at Purdue University that detects trace amounts of explosives, drugs or other materials left behind in the prints. The new technology also can distinguish between...

CU scientists create world's thinnest balloon -- just one atom thick

Using a lump of graphite, a piece of Scotch tape and a silicon wafer, Cornell researchers have created a balloonlike membrane that is just one atom thick -- but strong enough to contain gases under several atmospheres of pressure without popping. And unlike your average party balloon -- or even...

Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Fingerprints can reveal critical evidence, as well as an identity, with the use of a new technology developed at Purdue University that detects trace amounts of explosives, drugs or other materials left behind in the prints. The new technology also can distinguish between...

Graphene-based gadgets may be just years away

Researchers at The University of Manchester have produced tiny liquid crystal devices with electrodes made from graphene an exciting development that could lead to computer and TV displays based on this technology. Writing in the American Chemical Societys journal Nano Letters, Dr Kostya Novos...

Candid Details on Hospital's Quality of Care Are Now at Your Fingertips - Just Like It Should Be

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill., Oct. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- During a hospital stay, what is your chance of acquiring a blood stream infection that could prolong your length of stay? What is the likelihood of a heart attack patient receiving aspirin upon arrival at the hospital to improve the chance of su...

Not Just for the Rich: India's Private Health Care is Booming

With the Middle Class Using India's Private Health Care System, There will be an Increasing Need for Diagnostic Imaging Equipment WALTHAM, Mass., Sept. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Millennium Research Group forecasts that growing demand for private health care in India will drive demand for more ...

Not Just Another Gadget - It's the Gauntlet: The Next Step in Wearable Communications

The CommanderGauntletTM is the latest wireless accessory to come from NetworkAnatomy , the Pleasanton, CA-based award-winning designer and manufacturer of advanced interoperable communication systems. The one-size-fits-all gauntlet is a wireless system that contains a two-way radio, cellular a...

We Need Techo-Savy Leaders - Dont just blame government and education for economic problems

At last years 2002 Wisconsin Economic Summit it was suggested that we focus on expanding the high-tech sector of our economy as the quickest way to create faster economic growth and raise our per capita income above the national average. It was pointed out that our basic industries are in relative...

Look at the New Economy, Just Like the Old Economy

Plymouth, Wis. - Now that the promise of Silicon Valley has joined the doom of Y2K in the ash heap of history, it is an appropriate time to revisit the importance of technology to Northeast Wisconsin. After billions and billions of dollars have been spent on marketing the so-called new economy, one...

Americas weighty problem: Why the fight against fat is about more than just looking good

MADISON Speaking to a home-state crowd last week, Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson described how his agency touches Americans in unseen ways every day, from regulating the prescription drugs they take to administering their Medicare accounts to watching over the safety of the foo...

Expert says network security is about people, not just computers

MILWAUKEE -- Good computer security requires careful attention not just to infrastructure but also to the practices of computer users, according to Debbie Christofferson, president of Sapphire Security Services . Whos coming in your door, and do you have it open a crack, or are all your windows...

The economy has come roaring back or is that roar just a purr?

MADISON I hereby declare the economic downturn in Wisconsin to be over. You dont believe me, you say? Well, I guess Im not surprised. But allow me to sing a chorus of Happy Days Are Here Again before I remind you why youre still a bit skeptical. A pile of available evidence proclaims that Wi...

Wisconsins untapped defense might: why saving military bases is just a start

MADISON Gov. Jim Doyles effort to keep Wisconsins five military installations off the Pentagons closure list deserves a crisp salute and not just because those bases bring nearly $850 million per year to the Wisconsin economy. Wisconsin is a hidden fortress of ideas and materials to be used in...

IT leadership is not just for CIOs anymore

We live in interesting times. Not so long ago, we IT practitioners may as well have dressed in capes and pointy hats with stars and moons on them. What we did was a mystery to the rest of the company and had a whiff of magic. Then like a magic trick gone bad, there was a huge puff of smoke on Wal...

The IT drug Just say no?

If you havent ever read the opening passages of Alice in Wonderland , you should. Lewis Carroll managed, in 1865, to write a pretty accurate description of most modern IT projects. The business-like rabbit rushing by, very late for a very important date, always just out of reach around the n...

Innovative health care takes more than just IT automation

After a brief reprieve during the 1990s, healthcare again faces the vexing problem of rising healthcare costs with accompanying increases in premiums and out-of-pocket costs for consumers who are expecting better outcomes. For some time now clinical information technology has been seen as the...

Tech vendors could be liable for customer behavior - and not just file sharing

On June 27 the U.S. Supreme Court decided Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. v. Grokster, Ltd. et al. This decision affects how software companies and other technology providers will function in the future when their technology can be used to play, transmit or store copyrighted content. The co...

Schrage: Don't think of distance learning as just automation

Madison, Wis. -- Distance learning is about more than just doing the usual lessons away from a physical classroom, says Michael Schrage. Rather, technology is a medium that opens up whole new questions about what is taught, how it is taught, and what the relationship should be between teachers, s...

Control the community or just let go?

I often advise companies about to release software to the market to suspend their expectations and prepare to let the market tell them how their application will be used and be open to the programmatic and marketing adaptations needed to improve upon those unanticipated applications. That advi...

Is Wisconsin's economy stronger, weaker, or just changing?

If you read this batch of headlines, you might conclude Wisconsin's economy is headed straight for a rusty dumpster. "Plant buyouts hit home: GM, Delphi workers take buyouts" "About 260 at Briggs & Stratton to retire to secure health deal" "Walworth County loses bid as Honda picks Indiana si...

Early Stage 7, Part I: Just what is an employee?

Editor's note: This is the seventh in a series of articles on developing start-up companies in the technology or biotechnology sectors. The most recent article focused on business taxes. Madison, Wis. - Your entity is formed and you are ready to begin hiring workers. As discussed in the pr...

RNA Amplification Just Got Better: MessageAmp II

Compatible with GeneChip analysis Amplify as little as 100 ng RNA in a single round Includes the new ArrayScript engineered M-MLV RT, engineered to maximize ...

Prepare siRNA and miRNA Probes in Just 1 Hour

mir Vana miRNA Probe Construction Kit Prepare your probe in less than 1 hour Ideal for siRNA/miRNA studies Synthesize high specific activity RN...

Ratcliff Adds Architect John Sealander to Healthcare Practice Group

...06 and now chairs again. "I am impressed with the depth of planning, programming and design experience the Ratcliff team possesses. Our firm is just the right size to undertake any healthcare project, from major new hospital construction to modest renovations," said Sealander, who supports Ratcliff...

Knighted Adds Industry Pioneer and Entrepreneur to Senior Management Team

...s since 1995. Knighted develops world class software and implements turnkey solutions from its corporate offices located in scenic Ossining New York, just north of New York City. Knighted's Vision WMS, Dynamic Process Control (Workflow), Yard Management, Voice Solution and other modules deliver on the c...

TSH Testing Raises Awareness of Importance of Thyroid Health

... link between nuclear reactors and thyroid disease near NYC was made at Croton on Hudson, during this year's Clearwater Festival. The festival is held just downstream from Indian Point, the oldest operating nuclear reactor in the U.S. In keeping with Clearwater's commitment to a clean environment, it step...

Saint-Gobain Introduces Next Generation Silicone Tubing

...Plastics' long history in extrusion, custom molding and materials development for the biopharmaceutical industry. Tygon(R), C-Flex(R) and Pure-Fit are just a few of the many well-known brands in the company's portfolio. About Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics For more than four decades, Saint-G...

New angle on gecko research

...down, the three that didn't were much quicker. "There are costs, in terms of speed, and benefits, in terms of traction, associated with this switch just as there are for Formula 1 cars when rain tires are employed instead of slicks when circumstances place a premium on grip over outright speed," says R...

Plastics that convert light to electricity could have a big impact

... and uniform substance. That assumption can make it difficult to understand just how much efficiency can be engineered into a polymer, Ginger said. For ...roscope, developed in Ginger's lab to record photocurrent, comes to a point just 10 to 20 nanometers across (a human hair is about 60,000 nanometers wide). ...

Global Jatropha Hi-Tech Agricultural Training Programme (JWTP)

...e to become educated on the many sustainable feedstocks for building a successful biodiesel and afterward, attendees are able to focus on their goals. just imagine, by simply attending this action-packed 5-day session, you will be handed the tools to re-think, re-align and transform your Jatropha project ...

Bacteria pack their own demise

... kill the bacterium. The upshot for the species is that bacteria that loses their T-A gene and probably have sustained damage to the important genes just next to it can no longer reproduce. Our best-known intestinal residents, Escherichia coli bacteria, more commonly known as E.coli, have such a T-...

Cephalon Appoints Craig C. Phillips as Vice President and General Manager of Oncology Business Unit

...e in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The Cephalon European headquarters and pre-clinical development center are located in Maisons-Alfort, France, just outside of Paris. Key affiliates are located in England, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands for the Benelux countries, and Poland...

"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

...which is still evolving. While the total pharma market in Japan is estimated at $ 60 bn the generic market is only about 6% of this in value terms and just 18% in volume, which is very low compared to highly genericised markets like USA and Europe. The awareness of generics in Japan is comparatively low a...
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