Cardiogenesis Corporation Makes Pre-IDE Submission for PHOENIX Combination Delivery System
IRVINE, Calif., July 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cardiogenesis Corporation (Pink Sheets: CGCP), a market leader in laser transmyocardial revascularization (TMR), today announced that it has submitted a pre-IDE (Investigational Device Exemption) to the Food and Drug Administrat...
Practice makes perfect -- motor memory possible for neuroprosthetic control
perfect" is the maxim drummed into students struggling to learn a new motor skill be it riding a bike or developing a killer backhand in tennis. In order to become proficient in any motor task, all that practice must eventually modify the performer's nervous system so that stable ...
Box maker, Wildcat Wholesale, Makes Cryogenic Freezer Storage Boxes Affordable By Selling Directly To Labs
Wildcat Wholesale LLC, a box manufacturer, launches an online store offering cryogenic freezer storage boxes directly to labs at guaranteed low prices.
Avon, OH (PRWEB) May 31, 2009 -- A box maker, Wildcat Wholesale LLC, is selling high quality, cardboard cryogenic free...
Thomson Reuters Makes Disease Briefing on Influenza Covering H1N1 (Swine Flu) Publicly Available
Free Access Given to Support the Global R&D and Healthcare Community
PHILADELPHIA and LONDON, May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- In support of the efforts of the global healthcare community working to prevent and address outbreaks such as the current Influenza A (H1N1) flu outbreak, the Healthcare an...
Physician's Organization Makes History by Publishing U.S.'s First Adult Stem Cell Guidelines (ASCTA Drives Safe Stem Cell Practices)
The American Stem Cell Therapy Association (ASCTA) announced today the availability of the world's first clinical guidelines to allow U.S. doctors to safely begin using a patient's own stem cells to treat disease.
Broomfield, CO (PRWEB) May 19, 2009 -- The American Stem...
Fincor (FINC) Makes a Share Transfer and Enters the Market With ACTRx a New Malaria and Dengue Fever Treatment
NEW YORK and NASSAU, The Bahamas, May 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Fincor (Pink Sheets: FINC) through a share split with Prospero Group (Pink Sheets: PRPG) , a leading company in the field of water technologies, enlarges its portfolio with the new ACTRx Malaria and Dengue fever treatment. Finco...
Nanotechnology makes supertelescopes much more sensitive
Nanotechnologist Chris Lodewijk has succeeded in significantly increasing the sensitivity of the new supertelescopes in Chile. He will receive his PhD on this topic at Delft University of Technology on Monday 2 February.
In Chile's Atacama desert, technicians and astronomers from around the wor...
Advanced Instruments Makes Strategic Investment in Cantimer, Inc.
Companies to Collaborate on Next Generation Laboratory Instruments
MENLO PARK, Calif. and NORWOOD, Mass., Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Cantimer, Inc. and Advanced Instruments, Inc. today jointly announced that Advanced Instruments Inc. has made a $1 Million equity investment in Cantimer. The two ...
JMAR Technologies' Chief Scientist Invited by Pfizer Inc. to Speak at IFPAC -- BioSentry Makes Strides in Pharma Market
JMAR Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: JMAR), a leading innovator in the development and commercialization of sensing systems for the detection of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNE) materials, today announced that JMAR's microbial contamination detection expert John A. Ada...
Life Science Alley: R&D Makes German Medical Technologies Top in Europe
BERLIN, December 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Germany is Europe's largest market for
medical devices. Total industry revenue in 2007 amounted to EUR 17.3 billion
- a nearly 7 percent increase on 2006 figures. Investors looking to enter the
German and European markets can learn about Germany at Life Science A...
Varian, Inc. Board of Directors Makes Officer Changes
PALO ALTO, Calif., Sept. 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Varian, Inc.
(NasdaqGS: VARI) today announced that its Board of Directors has promoted
Sean M. Wirtjes, Vice President and Controller, to a new position, Vice
President, Finance and Treasurer, effective September 15, 2008. Wirtjes
Observant LLC Makes the 2008 Inc. 5000 List
Observant LLC also ranked No. 40 in the Top 100 Businesses in Boston-
Cambridge-Quincy, MA-NH and ranked No. 95 in the Top 100 Advertising & Marketing Companies
BOSTON, Sept. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Observant LLC is pleased to announce
that it has been named one of the ...
Breakthrough Technology Makes High Octane Fuel Obsolete
Has high octane fuel just become obsolete? EnviroChip™ white papers show how consumers like you can save as much as 30¢ per gallon without sacrificing performance or damaging your engine.
Denver (PRWEB) July 28, 2008 -- White papers released today by Advance...
Roche Makes Offer to Acquire All Outstanding Shares of Genentech for US$89.00 Per Share in Cash
- Combination to enhance innovation by allowing for diversity of research
approaches while also encouraging sharing of IP, technologies, partnerships and other key assets - Improved operational efficiency to result from reduced complexity, elimination of duplication...
University of Pennsylvania engineers reveal what makes diamonds slippery at the nanoscale
PHILADELPHIA - They call diamonds "ice," and not just because they sparkle. Engineers and physicists have long studied diamond because even though the material is as hard as an ice ball to the head, diamond slips and slides with remarkably low friction, making it an ideal material or coating for ...
AMT Makes Important Advance in the Development of its Gene Therapy for Hemophilia B -Company Accesses Technology to Prevent Immune Response
AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands, June 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Amsterdam
Molecular Therapeutics (Euronext: AMT), a leader in the field of human gene
therapy, today announced that it obtained a license from 'TIGET' San
Raffaele Telethon Institute For Gene Therapy, Italy, to use their micro-RNA
CSC's Dr. Robert M. Wah Makes Top 10 in 50 Most Powerful Physician Executives List
FALLS CHURCH, Va., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Computer Sciences
Corporation (NYSE: CSC ) today announced that Dr. Robert M. Wah, chief
medical officer and vice president of its North American Public Sector
business unit, has been ranked number 10 in Modern Physician and Modern
Pharsight Makes Strong Contribution to Inaugural American Conference on Pharmacometrics
Pharsight Scientists Will Present at First Joint U.S. National Modeling and Simulation Meeting on March 11-12, 2008
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Mar. 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pharsight
Corporation (Nasdaq: PHST ), a leading provider of software, strategic
consulting, and regulatory ...
NanoLogix, Inc. Makes Stock Pick List
HUBBARD, Ohio, Jan. 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NanoLogix, Inc. (OTC:
NNLX), a nano-biotechnology company is pleased to announce that the company
has been named "Stock Pick of January 2008" by Stockprowler
( http://www.stockprowler.com ). Dana Allen, NanoLogix vice president, stated
Modifying an anti-cancer drug makes it more specific
Imatinib (marketed as Gleevec in the US and Glivec in Europe and Australia) is used to treat various cancers, including chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) and gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GISTs). It can be used to treat these two distinct types of cancer because they are caused by related proteins...
Argonne researcher studies what makes quantum dots blink
In order to learn more about the origins of quantum dot blinking, researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory, the University of Chicago and the California Institute of Technology have developed a method to characterize it on faster time scales than have previously...
NanoLogix Inc. Appoints Director of IP and Makes Progress on Rapid Anthrax Detection
HUBBARD, Ohio, Aug. 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NanoLogix, Inc. (OTC:
NNLX) is pleased to announce that Chris R. Novak, Esq. has joined the
company as Director of Intellectual Property. In addition, we wish to
announce that major advances have been made in the rapid detection of
Advanced Cell Technology's Dr. Robert Lanza Makes List of '100 Most Inspiring People in the Life-Sciences Industry'
PharmaVOICE magazine cites Dr. Lanza for 'Courage Under Fire'
WORCESTER, Mass., Aug. 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Advanced Cell
Technology, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: ACTC) is proud to announced that Dr.
Robert Lanza, the company's Vice President of Research and Scientific
Web Portal Makes Organ Donation Easy
Signing Up Online Simplifies the Donor Designation Process and Saves Lives
HARRISBURG, Pa., Aug. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Statewide organ donation
groups today formally unveiled a Web portal that will enable individuals to
sign up as organ donors online - rather than waiting until their driver's
Improved software makes direct mail an attractive option
EAU CLAIRE, WI - Many businesses, large and small, view direct mailing as a hit-or-miss attempt to reach potential customers and grab their attention. Postalsoft Business Edition 7.32c is a software system designed to give organizations more control over the direct mail process, and to make this fo...
New Web site makes recruiting from Wisconsin universities easier
MADISON - Companies in Wisconsin and beyond have been given a new Web-based tool that makes
it easier to identify potential employees and interns among the graduates and students of Wisconsins universities and colleges.
A new Web site brings together the career services offices at the Universi...
Storytelling makes a comeback in an unlikely place
Lori Silverman Source: Partners for Progress MADISON, Wis. Members of the World Future Society came together recently to hear a story of an emerging trend in the corporate world the use of storytelling as a business tool.
Lori Silverman, owner of the consulting firm Partners for Progress a...
Third coast of biotechnology makes strong showing at VC conference
Last week was a big week for Wisconsin.
Though California recently made the extraordinary announcement to fund $3 billion in new stem-cell research in the wake of President Bushs policy (which severely limits and restricts federal government-associated research in this area), Wisconsin is the ...
UW Trace center makes sending packages accessible to all
Madison, Wis. Accessibility technology developed by the University of Wisconsin-Madisons Trace Research and Development Center will help people use the United States Postal Services automated postal centers to send packages this December.
The goal of our work was to find a simple way of ext...
Got Game makes big claims; can 90 million people think the same?
Got Game (2004, Harvard Business School Press) takes a detailed look at how video games have affected the people who grew up playing them.
Authors John C. Beck and Mitchell Wade compiled personal interviews and surveys to give business managers a lesson on how to handle the increasing nu...
Google Maps makes navigation a pleasure
Yes, Google is still a search company. While the Mountain View, California, firm has expanded into Web e-mail, blogging, and myriad other projects, its focus generally stays on making information easier to find.
Now Google is expanding into maps.
Google Maps is a recent offering that blen...
Ta-Da Lists makes it fun to check things off
I've written to-do lists on just about anything: Post-Its, a text file on my laptop, whiteboards, notepads or whatever else you can make marks on.
Recently, I've started trying out a free online service, Ta-Da Lists , that provides a really, really simple way to keep track of to-do items. It ...
Modine Manufacturing makes hydrogen generator with ChevronTexaco
The core of the advanced steam methane reforming reactor, where
methane and steam meet to begin the reforming process. Mark Baffa looks at core of the reactor. Both photos courtesy of Modine Manufacturing Co. Modine Manufacturing Co. and ChevronTexaco Technology Ventures have presented...
UW prof makes laser for scanning lots of information at once
Madison University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher Scott Sanders has discovered a way to make a laser shine in not one but a rainbow of colors, and to deliver the colors one at a time so they can be used for scanning objects.
Researchers can derive information about a material based on its se...
Madison-based TrafficCast makes national inroads as data provider
Madison, Wis. The next time you use the Web or a cell phone to check for traffic and travel times, you might be getting the data from a company in Madison.
TrafficCast , a company that provides traffic data to a range of other map and travel services, is expanding well beyond its Madison hea...
Sonic Foundry makes Japanese version of lead product
Madison, Wis. — Sonic Foundry has made a new version of its Mediasite presentation recorder for the Japanese market, where it says it has sold 50 units to date and hopes to create a bigger market.
Mediasite is a system that can synchronize a slide show such as a PowerPoint deck with a vi...
Madison Development Corporation makes loans to three area companies
Madison Development Corporation reported this week that is has made $600,000 in new "Venture Debt" loans to three, fast growing Madison area technology companies. In other news, a class-action lawsuit on behalf of Wisconsin consumers against Microsoft can proceed under the state's antitrust laws, a...
Wisconsin DFI makes company filings available online
The state Department of Financial Institutions has started distributing certified copies of annual reports, articles of incorporation and other papers for a fee through its Web site.
Under the heading "QuickFile," this DFI program also includes forms for filing annual reports or forming Wiscon...
Act 255 clean-up law makes incentives work for VC funds
Tax-credit legislation for venture and angel investors has been "cleaned up" to make it more closely follow the original intent.
Act 255 is an incentives package for investors in early-stage companies. Both venture and angel investors can apply for tax credits of 25 percent of their investment...
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...