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Nano Propellers may Be Tomorrows Drug Deliverers

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have created a theoretical blueprint for assembling a nanoscale propeller with molecule-sized blades . Scientists say the propeller opens the possibility of targeting medicines and regularising their flow into and out of cells. ...

Al's Angels' 'Angels in July' Saugatuck River Bridge Lighting to Benefit Children in Need

...es the coordination of several annual events and fundraising initiatives that have generated millions of dollars in contributions. It was through his tomorrows Children's involvement that he decided to found Al's Angels in late 2004, where he could work to help a wider circle of charities and an ever-expandin...

Alan Stein D.D.S. Opens His Doors and Empties His Pockets

...fit programs and state-of-the-art medical equipment. They are dedicated to raise funds to help develop programs that serve patients today and for many tomorrows to come. For more information visit: www.northridgehospital.org . Alan Stein D.D.S. brings over 30 years of experience to the community. Born...

Go Speed Racer! Revving up the world's fastest nanomotors

... WASHINGTON, May 1, 2008 In a major step toward a practical energy source for powering tomorrows nanomachines, researchers in Arizona report development of a new generation of sub-microscopic nanomotors that are up to 10 times more powerful than e...

Los Angeles Times writer wins Wistar Institute Science Journalism Award

...rcial sector to ensure that research advances move from the laboratory to the clinic as quickly as possible. The Wistar Institute: Todays Discoveries tomorrows Cures. On the web at www.wistar.org . ...

New study shows extent of harmful human influences on global ecosystems

...rcent of the worlds oceans are heavily impacted by human activities, including overfishing and pollution, according to a new study that will appear in tomorrows peer-reviewed journal Science. Dr. Kenneth Casey, with NOAAs National Oceanographic Data Center in Silver Spring, Md., and co-author of the study ...

Experimental Biology 2008 Today's Research: Tomorrow's Health, April 5-9

...ther for the Experimental Biology 2008 meeting in San Diego April 5-9. The theme of the annual meeting, now in its 18th year, is Todays Research: tomorrows Health. Thousands of lectures, symposia, research presentations and exhibits have been selected because of their potential to shape future and current...

Final of EPSRC's 2007 Knowledge Transfer Challenge Awards

...on, Science and Innovation Minister said: "To ensure that society reaps the benefits of scientific research, innovation has to be transformed into tomorrows products and services. EPSRCs Knowledge Transfer Challenge provides an ideal opportunity for researchers to demonstrate the wider benefits of som...

Public not so sure 'personalized medicine'

...search into the whole field of genomics, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). The event - Genomics and Society: Todays Answers, tomorrows Questions is taking place in London on Thursday 25 and Friday 26 October 2007. This landmark gathering brings together policymakers, researchers and ...
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Tomorrows in Biological News

'Smart' greenhouse research partnership unveiled

...nters and industrial partners in the United States and abroad continue to provide exciting opportunities for applying today's cutting-edge research to tomorrows technologies, spinning off commercial products and start-up companies that benefit the region and state. ...

USGS April 2008 science picks

...ag.org/annualmeetings/2008/index.htm , or contact Jon Campbell at (703) 648-4180 or joncampbell@usgs.gov . USGS presentations include Facing tomorrows Challenges USGS Science Strategy A growing global economy, limited resources, climate change, and formidable hazards, such as earthquakes, wildland ...

Carnegie Mellon receives $1.85 million

...y. By focusing these grants on how energy technology innovation occurs and how it can be improved through better policy, the aim is to ensure that tomorrows clean energy technologies emerge on an accelerated timeline, said Andrew Bowman, director of the DDCFs Climate Change Initiative. The grants, tota...

2008 Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation awarded to Dr. Marie-Joëlle Rochet from IFREMER

...d sizes--to maintain an optimal trophic structure, and said it could also be economically beneficial to fishermen. Whether todays bycatch could become tomorrows profit-maker while better preserving the ecosystem, remains to be determined. The question is, should we be encouraging research and policies that sup...

United Water, in partnership with Stevens, wins Management Innovation Award

...ational roll-out of the program over the 2007-2008 academic year. The partnership with Stevens has helped United Water engage the minds and talents of tomorrows engineers and draw upon the experience and wisdom of their mentoring professors, notes Robyn Ashmen. As a result of the dedication of Stevens professo...

Economists: Reduce fish catch now for bigger net profits later

...ot of arguments for rebuilding stocks, said Hilborn, but I think that we are sure to get better buy-in when we can show them that todays pain leads to tomorrows gain so long as fishers have long-term harvesting rights such that they can personally benefit from increased fish stocks. ...

Experimental Biology 2008 meets in San Diego April 5-9

...ory to translational to clinical research, from throughout the United States and the world. The theme of Experimental Biology 2008 is Todays Research: tomorrows Health. Thousands of lectures, symposia, research presentations, and exhibits present the newest scientific concepts and research findings shaping cur...

Carnegie Mellon students win contest

...Shahzeen Attari, Ines Margarida Lima de Azevedo, Benjamin Flath and Constantine Samaras are first-place winners in a letter-writing competition called tomorrows Energy Ambassadors, Managers and Scholars (TEAMS). The contest, sponsored by Johnson Controls Inc., asked students to demonstrate th...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Nov. 14, 2007

...ling Scientists in Indiana and Michigan have developed a better way of mining a vast computerized database for chemical nuggets that could become tomorrows cancer medications. The new data mining method pinpoints chemical structures with drug-like activity. It could speed the identification and developmen...

From GM farm animals to embryonic stem cell research

... Genomics and Society: Todays Answers, tomorrows Questions taking place in London on Thursday 25 a...e headlines. Genomics and Society: Todays Answers, tomorrows Questions gives us a chance to examine the latest ...mics in society. Event: Todays Answers, tomorrows Questions Venue: One Great George Street, Londo...
Tomorrows in Biological Technology

Wisconsin Manufacturing - demise or survival?

...t-reach programs. Most importantly, the states leaders can serve as the bully pulpit to send a message that we can build on our manufacturing base for tomorrows economy, not tear it up and make room for a new economy as some are suggesting. Manufacturing in Wisconsin is not a dead industry! Technology can pl...

WTN Interview: Roberta Gassman

... for high wage jobs by utilizing our schools, universities and technical colleges and enhancing skills training by targeting over $50 million to train tomorrows workforce. DWD will focus on strategically deploying federal training funds to achieve the greatest impact. In the past, funds were distributed ...

Theyre Back: Technology Industry Spotting Angels Once Again

...e top 10 entrepreneurial trends for 2004, Red Herring magazine recently proclaimed: Angel investors are back funding the small start-ups that will be tomorrows giants. Angels, of course, are an important source of venture financing. The Center for Venture Research (CVR) at the University of New Hampshi...

Preservation not protectionism

...ge companies. Its time for government at all levels to rethink how the self-employed and new small business startups can be given a leg up on creating tomorrows industries and jobs. Global business is here to stay. It is critical therefore that American corporate, government and community leaders work toge...

World Future Society forecasts future trends

...University of Wisconsin-Madison Director of Executive Education Linda Gorchels used this statement Wednesday night as a catalyst to discuss probable tomorrows and future predictions. By drawing upon major points made by the past eight speakers for the Madison chapter of the World Future Society, Gorchels w...

Doyles Entrepreneurs and Research week nears

...or Milwaukee and southeast Wisconsin., said Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. From animation to architecture, from envisioning tomorrows cities to building todays information systems, Milwaukees digital design cluster is a leader. The business-plan contest winners will share prizes i...

Winning and losing in the brain gain game

...e in the knowledge-based economy of the 21st century, Wisconsin must catch up. It must produce more and attract more skilled workers who will create tomorrows businesses and jobs. Leading the nation in ACT scores is great, but those bright young people need more reasons to stay home. ----- Still is presi...

In a world made smaller by technology, we must learn how that world is laid out

... pressure. It is the discipline that links the study of human societies and natural environments in a way that helps us understand todays events - and tomorrows mega-trends. That message was delivered by noted geographer H.J. de Blij of Michigan State University in a recent presentation to the State of Wisc...

Wisconsin Angel Network is part of states focus on entrepreneurship

...b creation is the concerted effort to encourage and educate entrepreneurs, and to create the conditions by which they can be successful. The seeds for tomorrows companies are being planted. Time will tell whether they grow. Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council and is the former associate ...

More of the same changes in 2005

... the new jobs and in many cases the new ideas and innovations that create future growth for the economy. Some even become dominant companies or create tomorrows industries and hot markets e.g. Microsoft, Dell, Apple, Whole Foods, Starbucks to name just a few were all small startup businesses not so long ago. ...
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