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University Envisages Improvements in Artificial Arm

Concerted efforts by the University of Utah researchers in the development and testing of a 'peripheral nerve interface' which is an implanted device// that would transmit the nerve impulses from nerves in the residual limb to a small computer worn on a belt and then to the bionic arm. This will fa...

Delft University of Technology patent for manufacturing radio isotopes

...ek wishes to hold larger-scale tests in conjunction with Urenco. The head of the Stable Isotopes department at this reprocessing company, Charles Mol, envisages the technology from Delft University of Technology being used to open up a "highly interesting market". In his view, scientists around the globe are d...

African medical research and training receives Wellcome boost

...ortance to the region. Dr Elliott has received 1 million to develop infection and immunity research and training within Uganda. The Wellcome Trust envisages that these four research programmes will form part of a wider, pan-African network that will further strengthen and support research and training in t...

China Unveils Green Plan to Revert Farmland to Forest

...t monitoring system. A novel collaboration between three state agencies and London-based Botanic Gardens Conservation International, the plan envisages managing of farmland to support wild plant conservation. "Fifteen million hectares of farmland will revert to forest over the next three years...

National Pharmaceutical Policy Referred to Ministerial Panel

... been referred to a Group of Ministers (GOM) though no timeframe has been set for its finalisation, Lok Sabha was informed Monday. The policy envisages ways to make available cheaper drugs to people and the public health system as also to promote the production and marketing of generic drugs in the co...

Allocation Of Hospitals In Rural Areas

...pharmacist. In the CHCs, overall about 54.5% of the sanctioned posts of the specialists were vacant. The National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) envisages strengthening health care delivery in the rural areas by strengthening physical infrastructure, manpower, medicine availability etc. at Sub-Centres PH...

A Serious Look at Mental Health Issues in Children

...a for lawmakers is to evolve an act that seeks to improve and widen the scope of Behavioral Health Services for Children in the Commonwealth. The bill envisages making certain alterations in schools, preschool programs, and insurance coverage. The key motive of the bill is to uplift troubled children from wher...

New International Health Regulations to Enter into Force Tomorrow

...nal Health Regulations (IHR) will enter into force on Friday. The regulations consist of a comprehensive and tested set of rules and procedures, which envisages making the world more secure from threats to global health. The revised regulations were agreed by the World Health Assembly in 2005 and rep...

National Pharmaceutical Policy Referred to Ministerial Panel

...s been referred to a Group of Ministers (GOM) though no timeframe has been set for// its finalisation, Lok Sabha was informed Monday. The policy envisages ways to make available cheaper drugs to people and the public health system as also to promote the production and marketing of generic drugs in the co...

MEND - Child Obesity Programme Records Success

...opular community-based programme has the potential to underpin effective national strategies for obesity treatment and prevention." The programme envisages assisting 26000 children across 300 areas. /...
Envisages in Biological News

Strategic farming practices could help mitigate global warming

.... Therefore, scientists are looking for alternatives that might help avert "dangerous" climate change. One set of strategies, called "geoengineering," envisages the creation of novel technological devices that will act as artificial trees to extract carbon dioxide from the air and planetary-scale engineering s...
Envisages in Biological Technology

NovaBay and Galderma Enter Into Global Agreement to Develop and Commercialize NovaBay's Novel Aganocide Drugs for Major Dermatological Conditions

... development and regulatory milestones related to the acne and impetigo indications and future royalties on net sales of products. The agreement also envisages further cooperation for additional dermatological products and indications. Under the agreement, NovaBay will also receive escalating double-digit ro...

NicOx Signs Agreement With DSM for the Commercial Manufacture of Naproxcinod Drug Substance

...ement with DSM aims to secure commercial supplies of an appropriate scale to support the successful launch of naproxcinod. As per the agreement, NicOx envisages the first deliveries of significant quantities of commercial material being made from the fourth quarter of 2009 onwards. Following this agreement wit...

NicOx Signs Agreement for the Commercial Manufacture of Naproxcinod Drug Substance

... inspected site in Springfield, Missouri, making Archimica a significant component of NicOx' supply chain for naproxcinod. As per the agreement, NicOx envisages the first deliveries of significant quantities of commercial material being made from the fourth quarter of 2009 onwards, following the installation o...

Australian company will sell TeraMedica's medical imaging software

... big difference in applying the TeraMedica model in Australia is that there is a large proportion of health care managed by the state governments. I2m envisages that each state will install a data center and make it available to serve as a clearinghouse for the governmental health systems," Schmelzer said. "Th...
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