Courage Center Welcomes Susan Oswald as Major Gifts Director
MINNEAPOLIS, July 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Minneapolis-based Courage Center, a nonprofit rehabilitation and resource center for people with disabilities, welcomes Susan Oswald
to its development team. In her role as senior director of Major and Planned Gifts she will develop and implement str...
HearAtLast Spokesperson Walter Gretzky and President Robert Oswald to be Featured on Three TV Segments in Conjunction with Ottawa Store Opening
TORONTO, Dec. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- (Pink Sheets: HRAL)
HearAtLast Holdings, Inc. announced today that their Official Spokesperson
for Canada, Walter Gretzky, and HearAtLast president Robert Oswald
featured on three news stations in Ottawa, Ontario on Monday, December 3,
Leading Healthcare Group Selects Varian Medical Systems to Supply Cancer Treatment Technology for Treatment Centers Across the Western United States
...rity is to provide our member hospitals and treatment centers with access to technology that delivers the most effective cancer treatments available," oswald
said. "Through this agreement with Varian, we are accomplishing that goal."
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Boondock Walker Elevates LMI with Innovative Strategic Communications
...try, the Boondock Walker team has delivered customized branding tools and communications for a number of successful middle market companies, including oswald
Companies, Progressive Insurance, Westfield Bank, McDonald Hopkins, FSM Capital Management, and Printz Financial Group.
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Researchers find promotion is bad for mental health and stops your visiting the doctor
...0% less time to visit the Doctors.
In a research paper entitled "Do People Become Healthier after Being Promoted" Chris Boyce and Professor Andrew oswald
of the University of Warwick questioned why people with higher job status seem to have better health. A long-held assumption by researchers is that an...
Stem Cell Board Members Should Attend Meetings or Resign, Consumer Group Says
... -- 67 percent
David Serrano Sewell -- 15 of 18 -- 83 percent
Jeff Sheehy -- 15 of 18 -- 83 percent
Jonathan Shestack -- 5 of 18 -- 28 percent
Steward -- 16 of 18 -- 89 percent
Leon Thal -- 6 of 6 -- 100 percent
Janet Wright -- 15 of 15 -- 100 percent
Consumer Watchdog's Stem Cell Overs...
Belief in God, parenthood prompt gay partners to make commitment
...gious congregation than non-legalizing cohabiters, oswald
"Faith communities may be important sourc...e-sex couples," she noted.
From the legalizers, oswald
identified a still narrower group she called ritua... teenagers at the time of the commitment ceremony, oswald
"It's interesting that couples were moti...
Research says fat friends and poor education helps people think thin
...rsely, being overweight tended not to be a significant issue for men if many of those around them were as overweight as they were.
Professor Andrew oswald
at the University of Warwick, one of the researchers, said "Consumption of calories has gone up but that does not tell us why people are eating more. ...
Experts Offer Global Benefits Strategies at Symposium
...based risk consulting and
insurance brokerage firm oswald
Companies announced today that it will host
employ...Symposium." The February 26 seminar is part of the oswald
The keynote speaker is Dr. Rober...s free of charge to clients of Oswald
Companies, in conjunction with its Assurex Partner...
HearAtLast Expands Chain to 17 Locations, Opening New Clinic in Oshawa, Ontario Wal-Mart Supercenter # 1056
...pportunity to educate the workers of the plant about
the importance of hearing protection and treat those who might already
suffer from hearing loss." oswald
The addition of the Oshawa store #1056 brings the current count of
HearAtLast clinics in Wal-Mart Stores to 17 locations in Canada.
Yale study: Most polluted ecosystems recoverable
...to recover from human-induced disturbances than from natural events, such as hurricanes.
"The damages to these ecosystems are pretty serious," said oswald
Schmitz, an ecology professor at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and co-author of the meta-analysis with Yale Ph.D. student Holly ...
Brucella abortus S19 genome sequenced; points toward virulence genes
... strain S19 compared to virulent strains yields candidate virulence genes" was published recently in PLoS One (May 2008, Volume 3, Issue 5, e2193).
Crasta, project director at VBI's Cyberinfrastructure Group and the corresponding author on the paper, remarked: "We have been able to leverage rapid ...
New research says winning a Nobel Prize adds nearly 2 years to your lifespan
...ring winners and nominees from the same country, the longevity gap widened even more by around another two thirds of a year on average.
said: "Status seems to work a kind of health-giving magic. Once we do the statistical corrections, walking across that platform in Stockholm apparentl...
... chromosomes. (Delbrck and Salvador Luria were awarded the Nobel Prize in 1969 for their work on the genetic structure of viruses.) In 1943 , oswald
Theodore Avery discovered that traits proper to the "smooth" form of the Pneumococcus could be transferred to the "rough" form of the same bacteria...
...certain steps in metabolic pathways . This showed that specific genes code for specific proteins, leading to the "one gene, one enzyme" hypothesis. oswald
Avery , Collin Macleod , and Maclyn McCarty showed in 1944 that DNA holds the gene's information. In 1953 , James D. Watson and Francis Crick...
1941 Edward Lawrie Tatum and George Wells Beadle show that genes code for proteins ; see the original central dogma of genetics
Theodore Avery , Colin McLeod and Maclyn McCarty isolate DNA as the genetic material (at that time called transforming principle )
Theodore Avery ( 1877 - 1955 ) was a physician , medical researcher and early molecular biologist . He was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia , but...