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Frost & Sullivan Award Reinforces Outstanding Product Line Strategy by SIRS-Lab

...ets the currently unmet medical needs of fast and reliable identification and monitoring of sepsis. Created as a spin-off of the University Clinic of jena , SIRS-Lab was founded in 2000 among others by Prof. K. Reinhart, Prof. E. Straube and Prof. H.-P. Saluz, and now has about 50 employees. Find out mor...

New portrait of Earth shows land cover as never before

...s in addressing environmental priority issues such as climate change and ecosystem management." Prof. Christiane Schmullius from the University of jena in Germany said the new GlobCover product revolutionises global land cover mapping." The map is based on 20 Terabytes of imagery equivalent to th...

Standard Septic Shock Treatments Ineffective

...st, a senior physician in internal and intensive care medicine at the Clinic for Anesthesiology and Intensive Care at Friedrich Schiller University of jena in Germany. And, he added, "As used in this study, [pentastarch] was harmful, and its toxicity increased with accumulating doses." Saravolatz ...

Research!America Honors Univ. of Chicago Economists for Study Showing Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS Drug Development

...nd Policy. Using a novel approach, Philipson and jena measure the value of HIV/AIDS drugs developed from...d benefactor, presented the award to Philipson and jena today in Washington, DC. The award is named for Ga... much more work like that of Dr. Philipson and Dr. jena to show how important health-related research is f...

biolitec AG - Record Profit in FY 2006/07 With a Growth of 191% to Euro 6,7 Million

... Earnings per Share at June 30, 2007 JENA, Germany, September 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- http://www.biolitec.com - biolitec AG, jena listed in the Prime Standard of the Frankfurt stock exchange (ISIN DE0005213409) managed to increase the revenues during the fiscal year ending June, ...

Florence Nightingales of India Honored by President

...adesh] Ms Khatija M.Shaikh (Nurse) [UT Dadra & Nagar Haveli] Ms Reena Bose (Nurse) [West Bengal] Ms Zeawlhuamkin (ANM) [Assam] Ms Subasini jena (ANM) [Orissa] Ms C.Mahalakshmi (ANM) [Tamil Nadu] Ms M.Goswami (LHV) [Chattisgarh] ...

Coffee Could Help Cure Baldness

...ould help cure baldness as caffeine blocks the effects of a chemical known to damage hair, say researchers//. Tobias Fischer of the University of jena in Germany took scalp biopsies from 14 men in the early stages of hair loss. He extracted hair follicles and placed them in test tubes with solutions ...

Orissa Villagers Jubilant as Girl Cleared Class X Examination

... and a community feast held as part of the celebrations. The villagers also facilitated Pradeep Kumar Jena, the first graduate from the village. jena did his graduation in Arts from Paliabindha College, some 20 km from the village. "We are happy that we have a girl who passed the matriculation...

Medicos Stir On, Hospital Ransacked After Patients Death

...the MKCG Medical College Hospital here was today ransacked by a group of people who alleged that negligence caused death of a patient. Simanchal jena (55) of Ankuli near here was rushed to the hospital after suffering a snake bite. He died subsequently. 'We brought him to the hospital immediate...

Bio-Functional Garments That Could Revolutionize Fashion Industry

...substances can be absorbed through the skin," said Uta-Christina Hipler, director of the laboratory at the clinic for dermatology at the university in jena about 250 km southeast of Hanover. Garments with microcapsules that contain certain skin-pampering agents such as vitamin E or scents such as la...
Jena in Medical Products

The UHTS system from Carl Zeiss Jena

Description: High-performance multimode readers offering 96-channel parallel detection of fluorescence, absorption and luminescence in 96, 384 and 1,536-well microtiter plates. Compact workstations and systems containing a new robust technology for the transport of microtiter plates with a throughput of > 100,...
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Jena in Biological News

Restoring a natural root signal helps to fight a major corn pest

... of Jonathan Gershenzon at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in jena he had already contributed to a key discovery four years ago by Sergio Rasm...bility to attract protective nematodes. Therefore the research group in jena and Neuchtel teamed up again in an attempt to restore the EβC signal i...

An easy way to find a needle in a haystack by removing the haystack

... This release is available in German . Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in jena and their colleagues from the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague have developed a new method to quickly and reliably detect metabolites, such as suga...

Duckweed genome sequencing has global implications

...sing of the Waksman Institute, and scientists at Brookhaven National Laboratory, the Institut fr Integrative Biologie (Switzerland), the University of jena (Germany), Kyoto University (Japan) and Oregon State University. The DOE's Joint Genome Institute is operated by the University of California and i...

Understanding the functions of diversity

...tudying near-natural ecosystems forests, fields and meadows at three sites in Germany and are combining experimental and observational studies. The jena Experiment project, on the other hand, is studying the function of biodiversity on the basis of artificially created grassland systems in which indivi...

Decisions on the second round of the Excellence Initiative announced

...s University of Heidelberg: The Hartmut Hoffmann-Berling International Graduate School of Molecular and Cellular Biology University of Jena: jena School for Microbial Communication University of Kiel: Graduate School for Integrated Studies of Human Development in Landscapes University ...

Fair play in chimpanzees

...abe in German . In the ultimatum game - which was developed by another German, Werner Güth, now at the Max Planck Institute for Economics in jena - one person, the proposer, is given money by an experimenter. That proposer can then divide the "manna from heaven" with a second person, the respond...

Brain region linked to fly slumber

...may help to throw light on the mechanisms governing vertebrate and invertebrate sleep. In addition to Allada, other authors on the Nature paper are jena L. Pitman (co-first author), Jermaine J. McGill and Kevin P. Keegan, all from Northwestern University. ...

New possibilities to fight pests with biological means

... attracting the enemies of their enemies. Scientists term this mechanism "indirect defence". A previous cooperation by the scientists in Neuchatel and jena showed that indirect defence functions not only above ground, but also below the earth's surface [1]. To understand the biochemistry behind this pl...
Jena in Biological Technology

Researchers create catalysts for use in hydrogen storage materials

... solvent technique which allowed the introduction of carbon fullerenes and nanotubes without introducing any defects and also functioned as catalysts. jena and the team at the University of Uppsala led by Rajeev Ahuja, Ph.D., performed theoretical calculations to illustrate the mechanism of how these cata...

Detection of Reporter Gene Activity in Cell Cultures and Murine Epidermis After Helios Gene Gun-Mediated Particle Bombardment

...o, CA), were kindly provided by Dr. Rommerskirch, Institute of Biochemistry, Medical Center of the Friedrich Schiller University jena and were used for the detection of green fluorescent protein (GFP) activity in Helios gene guntransfected HeLa cell cultures. PRE...
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