Second Annual Courage Cup Race Raises More Than $5,000 for Courage Center's Ski and Snowboard Program
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- With the goal of advancing the lives
of children and adults experiencing barriers to health and independence, the
Courage Center's Ski
and Snowboard Program hit the slopes last weekend. Nearly
200 community members, volunteers and Courage Center clients gat...
Shaklee Partners With U.S. Ski Team and U.S. Snowboarding in Preparation for the 2010 Games in Vancouver
PLEASANTON, Calif., Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Shaklee Corporation , the leading natural nutrition company in the United States, is the official nutrition supplier for the U.S. Ski
Team and U.S. Snowboarding throughout their training for the 2010 Games in Vancouver, continuing a relationship that be...
American Airlines and Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children Host Annual Amputee Ski Trip
American Airlines to Fly 14 Teenage Amputees for a Week-Long Colorado Ski
FORT WORTH, Texas, Jan. 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- American Airlines and Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children have teamed up again to send 14 teenage amputee patients on an all-expense-paid ski
trip to Winte...
Courage Center Ski and Snowboard Program Seeks Volunteers and Students for Buena Vista Ski Program
BEMIDJI, Minn., Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Courage Center's Ski
Program (CCSS) seeks volunteers and students for their Buena Vista Adaptive
Ski Program in Bemidji, Minn.
Volunteers assist skiers with disabilities who are participating in a
six-week adaptive ski
program, Jan. ...
Kelly Brush Foundation Awards Ski Racing Safety Grants
BURLINGTON, Vt., Nov. 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Just as ski
are opening for the season, the Kelly Brush Foundation kicked off its
Racing Safety is No Accident Campaign with the announcement of
over $20,000 in grants to ski
racing clubs and programs across the country.
Ski Safety and Medical Experts, Victims of Snow Sport Tragedies and Consumers Shed Light on Questionable Safety Practices of California Ski Resorts
Powerful Assembly Judiciary Committee to Hear their Concerns Today at Capitol Hearing
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Nov. 12 /PRNewswire/ --
WHAT: As the 2008-2009 California ski
season opens, safety practices at California ski
resorts are being called into question by...
World's Largest Disabled Ski Clinic at Snowmass, Colo.
Peake: This Clinic Gives Disabled Veterans a Sense of Purpose
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- More than 450 disabled
veterans, including nearly 120 recently injured during Operation Iraqi
Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom (OIF/OEF), will ski
Mountains at the 2...
Why you remember names and ski slopes
CHICAGO --- When you meet your boss's husband, Harvey, at the office holiday party, then bump into him an hour later over the onion dip, will you remember his name?
Yes, thanks to a nifty protein in your brain called kalirin-7.
Researchers at Northwestern University's Feinberg School o...
Defibrillators Should Be Available in Ski Resorts
As the ski
season gets underway, doctors in this week’s BMJ say that more defibrillators should be placed in ski
resorts to help prevent sudden cardiac deaths//.
Automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are electrical devices used to restore a normal heartbeat. They are often placed in busy pu...
Celebrity Paralympians Sign on to Kelly Brush Century Ride
...r four Games. He was a member of the U.S. Adaptive ski
Team for 11 years. This fall he will attempt to be...athletes, Kelly's foundation is working to improve ski
racing safety -- two goals I wholeheartedly endors...., is the most decorated female mono skier in U.S. ski
Team history. She won a total of 12 Paralympic gol...
Ski in Biological News
An essay proves that vegetation could recover in the ski resort of Sierra Nevada
This release is available in Spanish .
The conditioning Works of Sierra Nevada's ski
runs have destroyed a great amount of vegetable species. The researchers of the University of Granada (Spain) have already managed to grow in the laboratory two native bushy species in order to suggest...
International experts collect alpine fungi in Beartooth Mountains of Montana
Alpine fungi may yield new industrial enzymes and some that make it easier to wash clothes in cold water, she said. Europeans stabilize their ski
slopes by adding alpine fungi to the roots of plants.
Cripps received a National Science Foundation grant in 2000 to study alpine fungi in the Rock...
bioMETRX Expands Engineering and Manufacturing Capabilities
...a, May 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --
bioMETRX (OTC Bulletin Board: BMRX) and ski
Engineering, jointly announced
that they have formed a strategic business a...with globally recognized and trusted OEM clients,"
said Edward Chen, CEO of ski
Engineering. "I look forward to working with
this group of seasoned manager...
Ski tourism stressing capercaillie
tourism is raising stress levels among capercailli...stria used a new technique to assess the impact of ski
tourism on capercaillie. Working in the Southern B... birds droppings before and after the start of the ski
season, and analysed them for levels of the breakd...
LSU scientist finds evidence of 'rain-making' bacteria
The concept of rain-making bacteria isnt far-fetched. Cloud seeding with silver iodide or dry ice has been done for more than 60 years. Many ski
resorts use a commercially available freeze-dried preparation of ice-nucleating bacteria to make snow when the temperature is just a few degrees below...
Leaderless movement proves illusive
... Ask the FBI, and they will contend that a dangerous wave of ecoterrorism has swept North America in the past decade. ski
resorts, new condominium developments and corporate logging headquarters have all been the target of arson attacks, pushing the damage tally of a shad...
Scientists use an 'ice lolly' to find polar bacteria in their own backyard
...not only ice-forming, it is also thought to be tolerant to cold and could therefore have advantages for snow-making in artificial environments such as ski
centres and in waste-water purification.
"Selecting for rare microbes that seem to stick to ice has been fun, but now the real work begins to find ...
Taking the piste out of Alpine vegetation
... Major changes need to be made to the way ski
pistes are managed if delicate alpine plants are t...sdam in Germany examined plant species at 12 Swiss ski
resorts. They found that, compared with off-piste plots, there were 11% fewer plant species on ski
pistes, with woody plants and early-flowering spec...
Ski in Biological Technology
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Putting the squeeze on an old material could lead to 'instant on' electronic memory
... a result that could prove key to next-generation memory devices.
Ferroelectric materials are found today in "smart cards" used in many subways and ski
resorts. The credit card-sized devices are made with such materials as lead zirconium titanate or strontium bismuth tantalate, which can instantly swi...
Explosives at the microscopic scale produce shocking results
...lew up enemy bridges with explosives in World War II to slow the advance of supplies or enemy forces.
In modern times, patrollers use explosives at ski
resorts to purposely create avalanches so the runs are safer when skiers arrive.
Other than creating the desired effect (a destroyed bridge or aval...
Enova Medical Launches Exos Corporation
...tely held company, was founded in 1982 in
Aspen, Colo., and has developed a wide variety of products for the
lighting, footwear, outdoor, sporting and ski
industries. For more
information, visit http://www.comfort-products.com .
UW-Madison Undergrads Shine at Innovation Days
... the shock absorbers and watch a video presentation of the bike in use on a ski
If you know how to ride a bike, you can ride the ski
bike, Nimityongskul said. He said the kit would retail for $400 to $450 and...
Wisconsin IT association names Gee president, CEO
...businesses engaged in Web-and-television convergence and Web-based healthcare, and played a role in developing Beaver Creek, Colo., a private city and ski
resort that is part of Vail Associates, Inc. Gee also has held executive positions in county and school district governments in Colorado.
Ski in Biological Dictionary
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