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Wayne County Community College District's Downtown Campus Presents the 2nd Annual Summer Safety Fair

... Bike Show and Safety Presentation Swimming Safety Injury Prevention Skateboard Safety eddy the Eagle - Gun Safety Stranger Danger Emergency vehicles The Safety Bear Program Poison Prevention ...

ValueOptions(R) Reinvests $3.1 Million in New Mexico

... will extend to 2010. "We may be on the way out of New Mexico, but we're leaving more than $3 million in additional funds in the community," said eddy Broadway, CEO of ValueOptions(R) New Mexico. The availability of the community reinvestment money results from ValueOptions(R)' efficient managem...

ValueOptions(R) New Mexico Files Formal Protest of Award of New Mexico Behavioral Health Contract to United

...uired by the RFP, it is important for New Mexico to contract with the vendor that submitted the proposal that is most advantageous to the state," said eddy Broadway, CEO of ValueOptions(R) New Mexico, Inc. "Only through this protest and subsequent proceedings will the public be able to make that judgment....

LifeSpan Rowing Machine Wins Award in Best Fitness Equipment Review

... rower's sturdy, durable construction supports users up to 300 pounds. The eddy Current Drive System, magnetic brake resistance and no-slack retrieval syst...al system which eliminates the slack commonly found in rowing machines with eddy Current Brake systems, these features result in a quiet, smooth workout," s...

Scientists Hot on Trail of New Antibiotics

...cer that moves does so by rotating about a hinge. Our studies show that the three antibiotics bind to and jam this hinge." "It's an amazing site," eddy Arnold, also of Rutgers University, said of this hinge that the researchers refer to as a switch region. "It's a drug designer's dream, because it's a...

Future of Behavioral Health Care for New Mexico's Youth Subject of Expert Panel Sponsored by ValueOptions(R)

...recommendations for the betterment of New Mexico's youth." Others expected to attend the conference will be Barbara Hill, CEO of ValueOptions(R) and eddy Broadway, CEO of ValueOptions(R) New Mexico. State Senator and health care advocate Dede Feldman will give the keynote speech and State Representative...

Students Pursuing Health Care Careers Receive $24,000 in Scholarships From National Hispanic Health Foundation

... Francisco, School of Nursing; Azucena Vega-Paramo, Sonoma State University; Monica Garcia, University of California - Davis, School of Public Health; eddy Jara, University of California - Berkeley, School of Public Health and Andre Guerrero, University of California San Francisco, School of Dentistry. ...

Argonne's Blue Gene/P to host large cadre of INCITE researchers

...arch and Advanced Training in Scientific Computation was awarded 4 million hours for a first-time application of a new simulation method called Large eddy Simulation to the computation of the unsteady reacting flow within a complete helicopter turbine chamber. Andrew Siegel of Argonne was awarded...

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Announces $15.6 Million Grant to Apply Power of the Archimedes Model to Critical Health Care Decisions

...ctices improve patient health, or where to target resources most cost-effectively to provide optimal patient care. Archimedes co-founders Drs. David eddy and Len Schlessinger created the mathematical simulation model because much of medical practice still relies on enlightened guesswork. Clinicians, res...

Scientists highlight benefits of genetic research in sport, but warn of ethical concerns

...commends that such testing should not be enforced on athletes. Problems with mandatory testing are highlighted by the case of the basketball player eddy Curry, who had an irregular heart beat. Curry was asked by his club, the Chicago Bulls, to perform a predictive genetic test for a heart conditio...

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Eddy in Medical Technology

New Analysis Evaluated Impact of Genetic Variation on Response to Prasugrel

...ponse to Prasugrel. Circulation. 2009 May 19 (2) Myrand SP, Sekiguchi K, Man MZ, Lin X, Tzeng RY, Teng CH, Hee B, Garrett M, Kikkawa H, Lin CY, eddy SM, Dostalik J, Mount J, Azuma J, Fujio Y, Jang IJ, Shin SG, Bleavins MR, Williams JA, Paulauskis JD, Wilner KD. Pharmacokinetics/genotype association...
Eddy in Biological News

Giant ocean eddy shadows Sydney

CSIRO Wealth from Oceans National Research Flagship scientist, Dr David Griffin, says the birth of the eddy has been traced to last August. From satellite maps of sea-level we can see that it had been loitering this side of Lord Howe Island for some time and began approaching the NSW coast near...

AGU journal highlights -- Aug. 6, 2009

...struct 3-D motions, in particular the vertical velocity, in the ocean down to 500 m. Their model simulates a realistic situation involving a turbulent eddy field and wind-driven motions in the upper layers of the ocean. The authors believe that the results show that improved SSH measurements made by plann...

Lithium may help radiation target cancer, spare healthy tissue

...NA repair in normal cells and tumor cells, suspected that lithium might affect how DNA is repaired following radiation-induced damage. Working with eddy Yang, M.D., Ph.D., a resident in the Radiation Oncology department and an American Board of Radiology Holman Research Scholar, and postdoctoral resear...

Genes from tiny algae shed light on big role managing carbon in world's oceans

...lkit' of genes integral not only to the effective carbon cycling capabilities of green algae, but to those they have in common with land plants," said eddy Rubin, DOE JGI Director. Tiny Micromonas , less than two microns in diameter, or roughly a 50th of the width of a human hair, are one of the few g...

Lohafex provides new insights on plankton ecology

...ists fertilized a 300 square kilometre patch of ocean inside the core of an eddy (a clockwise rotating water column with an area of about 10,000 square kilo...s were almost the rule, and on two occasions RV Polarstern had to leave the eddy to avoid strong storms that swept the region. On several occasions the expe...

Rot's unique wood degrading machinery to be harnessed for better biofuels production

...lored yet bountiful resource for enzymes that can play a central role in the deconstruction of plant biomassan early step in biofuel production," said eddy Rubin, Director of the DOE JGI, where the genome sequencing was conducted. "The brown-rot Postia placenta's genome offers us a detailed inventory of ...

Polarstern expedition 'LOHAFEX' can be conducted

...lagic ecosystem functioning." After several days of pre-examinations, the team of scientists on board Polarstern has in the meantime found a closed eddy that is suitable for the experiment. It is located at Lat. 48S and Long. 15 30′W. First, a drift buoy with a position tracking device will be de...

Jupiter's shrinking red spot

...s less effective than Earth's in lifting particles high into the air. The simulations showed why: Particles react more slowly to an upward turbulent eddy on Mars (due to low atmospheric density) and the eddies themselves pass by so much faster (due to the high wind speeds) that they don't have the combi...

AGU journal highlights -- Oct. 16, 2008

...om the Nordic seas to the North Atlantic, the flow is forced to cross depth contours. As a result, the flow becomes conspicuously unstable with strong eddy motion in the FaroeShetland Channel. Title: Rigid topographic control of currents in the Nordic Seas Authors: H. Siland: Institute of Marine Re...

Thumbs up -- a tiny ancestral remnant lends developmental edge to humans

...lter the regulation of genes in humans distinct from that of non-human primates, such as chimps," said one of the study's corresponding/senior authors eddy Rubin, Director of Berkeley Lab's Genomics Division and the U.S. Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute. "This highlights a strategy that could ...
Eddy in Biological Technology

DOE JGI Director Eddy Rubin highlights the genomics of plant-based biofuels in the journal Nature

WALNUT CREEK, CAGenomics is accelerating improvements for converting plant biomass into biofuelas an alternative to fossil fuel for the nation's transportation needs, reports Eddy Rubin, Director of the U.S. Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute (DOE JGI), in the August 14 edition of the jou...

Software exec Jan Eddy to receive "Seize the Day" award

Madison, Wis. - Jan Eddy, an entrepreneur who built and rebuilt technology-based companies in Wisconsin, is the winner of the 2007 Seize the Day award, which will be presented June 13 at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Conference in Milwaukee. Eddy, who has overcome business and personal health...

DFG establishes 14 new research training groups

...rlying material defects in solid bodies are the challenges to be worked on by the Research Training Group "Lorentz Force Velocimetry and Lorentz Force eddy Current Testing" of the Technical University of Ilmenau. The researchers want to use two methods developed at their university to examine fundamental ...

Genome Technology Names 2008 'Tomorrow's PIs'

...ablished leaders in the field today, including Victor Ambros at the University of Massachusetts , Mary-Claire King at the University of Washington , eddy Rubin from the Joint Genome Institute, Janet Thornton of the European Bioinformatics Institute, and Rick Wilson at Washington University , to name ju...

Risky Business: New Survey Suggests Many Americans Live Dangerously, Even When They Say They Aren't 'Risk Takers'

...onal database. http://www.census.gov (i) Kahn R, Robertson RM, Smith R, eddy D. The impact of prevention on reducing the burden of cardiovascular diseas...i: 10.1161.CIRCULATIONAHA.108.190186. (ii) Kahn R, Robertson RM, Smith R, eddy D. The impact of prevention on reducing the burden of cardiovascular diseas...

DOE JGI plumbs termite guts to yield novel enzymes for better biofuel production

...( http://img.jgi.doe.gov/ ) for public access and further analysis. "Adapting these findings for an industrial-scale system is far from easy," said eddy Rubin, JGI Director. "Termites can efficiently convert milligrams of lignocellulose into fermentable sugars in their tiny bioreactor hindguts. Scaling...

Massive reanalysis of genome data solves case of the lethal genes

...omes from hundreds of different microbes, most of which are relevant to advancing the frontiers of bioenergy, carbon cycling, and bioremediation, said eddy Rubin, DOE JGI Director. We realized that sequencing a genome is like conducting a massive experiment in gene transfer. By checking which genes could...

Wingra Technologies acquired by California software company

... continued to drop as the entire technology sector suffered. Founder Jan eddy bought the company back a year and a half later, in 2002. Following the latest deal with Quest, eddy will stay with the company in a management position, and she said the compa...

Embracing failure is a necessary step for successful entrepreneurs

... bust in 2001. The sale had been a stock sale, and eddy became frustrated as she watched the company she b...ht back the company and rebuilt it. This month, eddy retired with Wingra Technologies showing record sa...g its growth. Failure is seldom a single event, eddy said, but a collection of mistakes and circumstanc...
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