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JBFCS Surpasses Fundraising Goal For Hudson Valley Bike Ride Despite Difficult Financial Times

NEW YORK, July 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today JBFCS ( www.jbfcs.org ) announced that it beat its original goal for first time fundraising event -- the Hudson Valley Bike Ride. The human services agency started with a target of $250,000. To date, it has raised more than...

Former HHS Deputy Secretary Tevi Troy Joins Hudson Institute

WASHINGTON, April 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Hudson Institute is pleased to welcome Tevi Troy, most recently Deputy Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under George W. Bush, as a Visiting Senior Fellow. At Hudson, Dr. Troy will write on health care, medical inno...

San Francisco Bay Area Cell Analysis Company Forges Partnership With Hudson Control Group as First Step in Automation Initiative to Support Drug Discovery Research

HAYWARD, Calif., Aug. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Guava Technologies, Inc. announced the commencement of an agreement with Hudson Control Group to provide drug discovery researchers with an automated solution for cellular analyses. This non-exclusive agreement is a key component of a larger strategic i...

Hudson Valley Fertility Opens First Advanced Fertility Practice in the Hudson Valley

FISHKILL, N.Y., May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Hudson Valley Fertility has opened a state-of-the-art center for advanced fertility treatment and In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), making this the only medical practice in the area offering infertility treatment and reproductive health services. Under the di...

ULLICO Casualty Group Aligns with Hudson Insurance Company to Offer Fiduciary and Union Liability Insurance

WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- ULLICO Casualty Group (ULLICO Casualty) has aligned with Hudson Insurance Company (Hudson) to offer enhanced fiduciary and union liability insurance programs. Hudson is rated "A" (Excellent), financial size category XV (surplus greater than $2 billion) by A....

Sewage Flows into Hudson River in a Torrent

The Hudson river is in the news again, for all the wrong reasons. Civic authorities in the New York state are warning boaters and others who use the Hudson River of the potential health problems from the 7.5 million gallons of raw sewage that reached the river after a main broke Friday after...

Patients Issue Summer Call to Action: 'We Need You to Donate Blood -- NOW'

... been very high this summer from the 200 hospitals served by NYBC and its regional operations in New York City, Brooklyn / Staten Island, Long Island, hudson Valley, and New Jersey. NYBC expects this campaign to help boost current blood supply levels, which are flagging as the summer unfolds. Here'...

Birdies for Breast Cancer Announces Fifth Annual Charity Golf Classic Hosted by Top Women's Golfer, Cristie Kerr

...istie Kerr Women's Health Center at LibertyHealth's Jersey City Medical Center. The installation marks the first comprehensive breast health center in hudson County and will provide breast cancer screenings to the insured as well as the uninsured. About Birdies for Breast Cancer Founded in 2003, ...

Air Quality Action Day Declared for Today, July 28, 2009

...h levels of ground-level ozone pollution. The alert is issued for the New York downstate metropolitan region (the five boroughs, Long Island and lower hudson Valley). This is the second alert of the week. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090615/NE31871LOGO ) Recent studies ...

Air Quality Action Day Declared for Saturday, July 25, 2009

...h levels of ground-level ozone pollution. The alert is issued for the New York downstate metropolitan region (the five boroughs, Long Island and lower hudson Valley). (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090624/NE37166LOGO ) Recent studies have shown that poor air quality ca...
Hudson in Biological News

Endangered shortnose sturgeon saved in Hudson River

For the first time in U.S., and probably global, history a fish identified as endangered has been shown to have recovered -- and in the Hudson River, which flows through one of the world's largest population centers, New York City. The population of shortnose sturgeon, which lives in large rivers...

NOAA report calls flame retardants concern to US coastal ecosystems

...ater contaminants for 24 years, the nationwide survey found that New York's hudson Raritan Estuary had the highest overall concentrations of PBDEs, both in se...found in shellfish taken from Anaheim Bay, California and four sites in the hudson Raritan Estuary. Watersheds that include the Southern California Bight,...

Goose eggs may help polar bears weather climate change

...in the timing of sea-ice breakup and of snow goose nesting near the western hudson Bay could provide at least some polar bears with an alternative source of f...e fields. Polar bear and snow geese populations come into contact in the hudson Bay. Here, some bears routinely live on land for 4-5 months of the year, su...

Global warming link to amphibian declines in doubt

... Thomas R. Raffel and John M. Romansic, both faculty associates, along with hudson and Hamish McCallum, professor of wildlife research, University of Tasmania...ated with climate change, along with the use of herbicides and pesticides," hudson explained. "The bottom line is that there doesn't seem to be one single exp...

Childhood environmental health

...nny Pronczuk de Garbino of the Department of Public Health and Environment, at the World Health Organization, in Geneva, Switzerland, working with Tom hudson of Boston University, highlight a recent WHO report that estimated that almost one in four illnesses has an environmental cause. Such high levels of d...

Novel publishing approach puts textbook in more hands

...or at the University of California, San Diego. The Consortium also includes Professors Richard Cummings, Emory University; Jeffrey Esko, UC San Diego; hudson Freeze, Burnham Institute for Medical Research; Pamela Stanley, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York; Carolyn Bertozzi, UC Berkeley; Gerald H...

Biological invasions increasing due to freshwater impoundments, says CU-Boulder study

...son said. A fifth, the rainbow smelt -- indigenous to marine environments -- has spread through the Great Lakes region and into the Mississippi and hudson Bay watersheds, impacting local fish populations through predation and competition. Johnson said. Climate-induced changes to water availability and...

Surviving the revolution, easier than withstanding human use and abuse

...nwood Hill Park, located in uptown Manhattan north of Dyckman Street on the hudson River and the Harlem Ship Canal, (formerly Spuyten Duyvil) runs east to Pay...ll fields in 1938. Later, another marsh became soccer fields. The Henry hudson Parkway, which runs though Inwood Hill Park required the felling of many ol...

Y chromosome study sheds light on Athapaskan migration to southwest US

...t (they studied tribes from Alaska to the Yucatan Peninsula and eastward to hudson Bay and southeast U.S.), the researchers were able to analyze genetic diffe...America, but was found at the highest frequency in groups living nearest to hudson Bay, where trade between Europeans and the region's indigenous peoples was ...

Scientists integrate data in three dimensions to study climate effects on young fish

...naged fish species, and to help answer questions about effects of climate change on the success of fish stocks. One ECOS study site is south of the hudson Raritan River estuary and plume, the other about 20 kilometers (12 miles) north and east off Long Island. The scientists aboard the NEFSC's 50-foot r...
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Environmental Tectonics Corporation Announces Sale of Additional Monoplace Hyperbaric Chambers

...(LST), a wound care management group located in Mt. Vernon, NY, for delivery and installation of two BARA-MED((R)) XD monoplace hyperbaric chambers in hudson Valley Hospital, Cortlandt Manor, NY. To date LST has purchased from ETC and operates over twenty (20) of the BARA-MED((R)) series of hyper...

Don't Believe What You Hear on Countdown: Keith Olbermann's Factual Errors

... Mr. Olbermann charges that I, Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D. was paid, directly or indirectly, by the pharmaceutical industry, the biotech industry, the hudson Institute, or Cantel Medical Corp. to write my analysis of the stimulus bill or speak about that issue. All these charges are false. I have show...

Biomoda, Inc. (BMOD) SqueezeTrigger Price is $0.27. Approximately 1 Million Shares Shorted Since November 2006 According to Buyins.net Research Report

... 18 3 Domestic Securities 257,200 9 4 E*Trade Capital Markets 182,665 6 5 hudson Securities 154,800 5 All material herein was prepared by BUYINS.NET, based upon information believed to be reliable. The inf...

E. coli Outbreak in New Jersey?

...ists Health Monitoring Systems ( http://www.hmsinc.com ) and adopted by the hudson Regional Health Commission and other public health agencies across the coun...pared for a range of emergencies that might come up," said Carrie Nawrocki, hudson Regional Health Commission epidemiologist. "It is crucial that we are alert...

Nabi Biopharmaceuticals to Present at the BMO Capital Markets Focus on Healthcare Conference

...e Millennium Broadway Hotel in New York, NY. Dr. Hudson's presentation at the conference is scheduled for Wednesday, December 5 at 9:30 a.m. ET. Dr. hudson will present a company overview including a review of Nabi's corporate strategy and an update of its clinical development programs. A webcast of this ...

Nabi Biopharmaceuticals to Present at Upcoming Industry Conferences

...Sept. 10-11, 2007 at The Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York, where he is slated to present on Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 2:30 p.m. EDT. At both conferences, Dr. hudson will present a company overview including a review of Nabi's corporate strategy and an update of its clinical development programs. Webcasts of these ...

Are you ready to play the new talent management game?

... future workforce have recently been issued by the hudson Institute and The Rand Corporation both respected...tp://www.rand.org/publications/MG/MG164/ . The hudson Institute study finds that the era of the internat...globalization. It draws similar conclusions to the hudson Institute study. In terms of demographics, the US ...

Angel investor boot camp advises and educates cherubs

...s amount of wealth out there in nascent investors, hudson said. She offered advice on how rookie angel in...cisions. Through a series of series of principles, hudson said groups can sculpt the type of network that be...ou need to recognize you can lose your investment, hudson cautioned. [But] its a great opportunity for givin...

Ethanol bill's death in Wisconsin ignores what's happening with our neighbors

...eal. Boasted Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, whose conservative credentials include working for Presidents Reagan and Bush and running the free market hudson Institute: "This announcement is the capstone of a tremendously successful year. If you think about what oil did for a state like Texas, biofuels can ...

In western Wisconsin, the innovation economy is growing

... Pierce County , also home to University of Wisconsin-River Falls and its business school. Just north is St. Croix County and communities such as hudson and New Richmond, where growth has been dramatic over the past 10 years. Just east is Dunn County and the city of Menomonie, where UW-Stout is est...
Hudson in Biological Products

nano25 from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

Description: Low volume pipetting is increasingly essential for reducing sample and waste volumes in DNA sequencing and other biochemical applications. The eight-channel nano25 delivers with performance and precision unparalleled in the industry. Features: Real-time documented confirmation of all aspirated...
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PlateCrane EX from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

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ProLink Express from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

Description: The ProLink Express is the first fully automated proteomics workcell. It integrates all plate delivery and transfer operations with complete data tracking. It automates the entire process, from initial bacterial colony picking through final protein expression and measurement. The ProLink Express sy...
Company:Hudson Control Group, Inc.

SoftLinx from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

Description: 'SoftLinx software, a multitasking application capable of dynamic scheduling, is designed to make the programming and operation of lab automation workcells easy for lab personnel, yet flexible enough for custom modification by programmers. • Users create methods by building a simple drag-and...
Company:Hudson Control Group, Inc.

micro 10 from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

Description: The new, upgraded micro 10 represents a major advance in liquid dispensing technology that brings many of the benefits of large robotic liquid handlers into the realm of the small benchtop dispenser. Dispensing accurate volumes ranging from 10mL to 2mL per well, the micro 10 has unique advantages n...
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micro 1 from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

Description: The micro 1 is a dramatic breakthrough in accurate, small-volume bulk dispensing. Dispensing precise volumes from 1mL with 10nL resolution, the micro 1 has unique advantages not found in any other benchtop dispenser. And, the micro 1 never needs re-calibration as do other 1mL dispensers. Feature...
Company:Hudson Control Group, Inc.

RSH-4000 from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

Description: The RSH-4000 is the only microplate sealer with an integrated in-line plate stacker. It offers long walkaway times with a variety of configurations and sealing capabilities. Features: Fully automated with integrated stacker and 240-plate storage capacity Integrated with Hudsons PlateCrane EX...
Company:Hudson Control Group, Inc.

LabLinx from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

Description: LabLinx is the next step in the evolution of laboratory automation. A high-speed, modular, expandable track system that delivers labware to multiple laboratory instruments, LabLinx gives users up to 10 times the throughput of ordinary microplate robots. It allows the user to setup a variety of conf...
Company:Hudson Control Group, Inc.

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Embryo

... Embryos Alive on WKYC NBC Channel 3 news. FACEBOOK ... Copyright © 2009 Embryo Adoption. All rights reserved ... In this sci-fi thriller, Rock hudson plays insular scientist Paul Holliston, who discovers a way to hasten the human growth process, allowing embryos to mature to... ... improved ...

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...dicated to the rock ensemble includes member profiles, discography, videography, photos, and more. The Band Group Members: Richard Manuel , Garth hudson , Levon Helm , Rick ... The Band has influenced countless bands , songwriters, and performers, from the ... Marching Bands Marching Bands , u...
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