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Photos: Compete Releases Top Insurance and Physician Web Sites for June 2009

BOSTON, July 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Compete, a TNS Media company, today released its ranking of the top ten Insurance and Physician sites for June 2009, which is based on data from the company's panel of two million US-based internet users. In the past month, overall unique visitors (UVs) to...

Team Sports Can't Compete With Films to Keep Kids From Smoking

Tobacco use in movies has pervasive influence on kids, researchers say,, MONDAY, July 6 (HealthDay News) -- Taking part in team sports lowers the odds of children smoking, but it can't compete with the powerful influence of smoking in movies, a new study finds. Movies can shape popu...

WWII Veterans Compete in National Veterans Golden Age Games

Annual Games Mark 23 Years of Sports Competition WASHINGTON, June 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Forty World War II Veterans are reuniting at the world's largest sports and recreational competition for senior Veterans June 1-5 in Birmingham, Alabama, at the 23rd National Veterans Golden Age Gam...

Denver Athlete to Compete in the Most Challenging Hand Bike Race in the World

Matt Updike to Conquer Challenge Alaska DENVER, April 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On July 19 through July 27, local Denver Paralympics athlete Matt Updike is going to compete against 38 top athletes from around the globe in the longest and most challenging hand cycle race in the w...

Healthcare Companies Compete for Industry's Most Coveted Titles

~ 20 prestigious titles to be bestowed at the 2009 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Excellence in Healthcare Awards ~ SINGAPORE , March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The annual Frost & Sullivan Healthcare gala is the premier banquet in Asia Pacific which recognizes companies operating in the ...

Casual Gamers Join Forces With Top Charities to Compete for IWON.com Cash Prizes

St. Jude Children's Hospital and Salvation Army Receive Top Awards In January; Additional Cash Prizes Go to Support Best Friends Animal Society, the Fight Against Breast Cancer and Wounded Warriors WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Americans' renewed sense of hope and desire for cha...

AK Steel Employees Compete for the Health of It

Company Finds Innovative Ways To Promote Employee Health WEST CHESTER, Ohio, April 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Employees at AK Steel's (NYSE: AKS ) Middletown Works recently completed a voluntary program designed to promote healthy lifestyles. Modeled after a popular reality televisi...

Oscar Pistorius Aims to Compete on Level Playing Field at 2008 Beijing Olympics

Double amputee Oscar Pistorius files appeal challenging International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF); seeks qualification at sanctioned events LONDON, Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Oscar Pistorius -- a double amputee athlete from South Africa who competes in ...

World's best analysts compete to win Edelman Prize in operations research and analytics

The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) today announced six finalists that will compete for the 2008 Franz Edelman Award for Achievement in Operations Research and the Management Sciences in Baltimore and Washington, DC this year. Reflecting the wide-ranging...

Budding Young Artists Invited to Compete in 17th Annual Pier 1 Imports/UNICEF Greeting Card Contest

'Making Spirits Bright' Theme Will Inspire Children to Help Kids Worldwide NEW YORK, Feb. 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In what has become a beloved annual tradition, U.S. children are being asked to submit creative drawings for the 2008 Pier 1 Imports/UNICEF Greeting Card Contest to benefit chi...

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Vectibix(R) in Combination With Chemotherapy Significantly Improved Progression-Free Survival in First-Line Metastatic Colorectal Cancer

...affect the development, usage and pricing of our products. In addition, we compete with other companies with respect to some of our marketed products as well ...ce competition when and as they are approved and marketed. Our products may compete against products that have lower prices, established reimbursement, superio...

Amgen Announces Positive Top-Line Results for Denosumab in Trial for Delay of Skeletal Related Events in Bone Metastases Patients Compared to Zometa(R)

...affect the development, usage and pricing of our products. In addition, we compete with other companies with respect to some of our marketed products as well ...ce competition when and as they are approved and marketed. Our products may compete against products that have lower prices, established reimbursement, superio...

European Division of Global Top 20 Pharmaceutical Company Awards Phase III Trial to DATATRAK

...ny's dependence on major customers; government regulation associated with clinical trials and the approval of new drugs; the ability of the Company to compete in the emerging EDC market; losses that potentially could be incurred from breaches of contracts or loss of customer data; the inability to protect in...

Denosumab Demonstrates Superiority Over Zometa(R) in Pivotal Phase 3 Head-to-Head Trial in Breast Cancer Patients With Bone Metastases

...affect the development, usage and pricing of our products. In addition, we compete with other companies with respect to some of our marketed products as well ...ce competition when and as they are approved and marketed. Our products may compete against products that have lower prices, established reimbursement, superio...

Infant Formula Company Teams With the University of Virginia Pediatrics Department to Conduct Clinical Studies

...nt nutrition. U.Va. has been collaborating with PBM during the past few years on studies regarding PBM's milk, soy, and specialty infant formulas that compete with expensive national brands, including Enfamil(R) LIPIL(R) and Similac(R) Advance(R) formulas. "We know breastfeeding is best for babies," sa...

Three Surgeons in East Texas Are Successfully Integrating a Novel Stem Cell Procedure for Spine Surgeries

...measurably increase the potential to possibly achieve exceptional outcomes. I have always committed to provide a level of skill, knowledge and care to compete with anyone in the country; I believe this product could greatly improve a patient's own natural healing potential, and positively impact their qualit...

First Jatropha Genome Completed by Synthetic Genomics Inc. and Asiatic Centre for Genome Technology

...ed genome of jatropha will enable us to develop new, sustainable energy feedstocks that grow on marginal land or in more arid climates and that do not compete with agriculture for food production," said J. Craig Venter, Ph.D., founder and CEO of SGI. "SGI and ACGT will be hard at work on the next steps to u...

Investigational Genetic Test May Help Address Common Problems in Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

...ibility that the market for the sale of our new products, such as our PCA3 test, may not develop as expected, (iv) the risk that we may not be able to compete effectively, (v) the risk that we may not be able to maintain our current corporate collaborations and enter into new corporate collaborations or cust...

Gen-Probe and DiagnoCure Amend Collaboration Agreement Surrounding PCA3-Based Prostate Cancer Tests

...s will not be successful, (iii) the possibility that the market for the sale of these products may not develop as expected, (iv) we may not be able to compete effectively, (v) we may not be able to maintain our current corporate collaborations and enter into new corporate collaborations or customer contracts...

University of California Los Angeles Selects Velos eResearch

...002 Mr. David Geffen announced a $200 million unrestricted endowment for the school and the school thus was named. The endowment enables the school to compete in perpetuity with the finest medical institutions in the world for outstanding faculty regardless of the economic climate, to provide critical financ...
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3.5x SheerVision Loupes - Titanium Frame

Description:...ing optimum performance with maximum comfort, SheerVision loupes are the clear choice for medical professionals worldwide. All SheerVision loupes come compete with clear lens covers, fully-lined case, side shields, safety strap, flip-up paddle and a lens cleaning cloth....
Company:SheerVision

3.0xx SheerVision Ultra-Light Loupes - Titanium Frame

Description:...ing optimum performance with maximum comfort, SheerVision loupes are the clear choice for medical professionals worldwide. All SheerVision loupes come compete with clear lens covers, fully-lined case, side shields, safety strap, flip-up paddle and a lens cleaning cloth....
Company:SheerVision

3.0x SheerVision Loupes - Titanium Frame

Description:...ing optimum performance with maximum comfort, SheerVision loupes are the clear choice for medical professionals worldwide. All SheerVision loupes come compete with clear lens covers, fully-lined case, side shields, safety strap, flip-up paddle and a lens cleaning cloth....
Company:SheerVision

3.0xx SheerVision Ultra-Light TTL Loupes - Titanium Frame

Description:...ing optimum performance with maximum comfort, SheerVision loupes are the clear choice for medical professionals worldwide. All SheerVision loupes come compete with clear lens covers, fully-lined case, side shields, safety strap, flip-up paddle and a lens cleaning cloth....
Company:SheerVision

Cargille Microscope Immersion Oils - Special Immersion Oils

Description:... Cargille Immersion Oils are the standard - the ones to compare with, the ones to compete against. Cargille Laboratories has consistently led in the development and standardization of immersion oil for over 42 years. Here is the record: ...
Company:Cargille Labs

Cargille Microscope Immersion Oils - Standard Oils

Description:... Cargille Immersion Oils are the standard - the ones to compare with, the ones to compete against. Cargille Laboratories has consistently led in the development and standardization of immersion oil for over 42 years. Here is the record: ...
Company:Cargille Labs

DHEA-S ELISA

Description:... and the microplate separation. An unknown amount of DHEA-S present in the sample and a fixed amount of DHEA-S conjugated with horse-radish peroxidase compete for the binding sites of a polyclonal DHEA-S antiserum coated onto the wells. After one hour incubation the microtiterplate is washed to stop the comp...
Company:Calbiotech, Inc.

Amvisc

Description:...during lens removal. Amvisc is highly cohesive so that complete removal at the end of the case is easily and quickly accomplished. Amvisc is priced to compete with any sodium hyaluronate viscoelastic agents. The Amvisc viscoelastic agent is available in two syringe sizes, 0.5ml or 0.8ml....
Company:Bausch & Lomb Storz

TPO (Ab) RIA Thyroid Function 014-HD-90.1 Thyroid Peroxidase

Description:...mplex with another iodine-125 labelled monoclonal anti-TPO antibody. Anti-TPO autoantibodies from a human serum sample or the standards compete with monoclonal anti-TPO antibodies immobilized on the inner surface of the tube for the binding sites on TPO. A high concentration of anti-...
Company:ALPCO Diagnostics

17-OH Progesterone EIA Reproductive Markers 020-DR-1292 Reproductive Hormones

Description:...d the microplate separation. An unknown amount of 17aOHP present in the sample and a fixed amount of 17aOHP conjugated with horseradish peroxidase compete for the binding sites of a polyclonal 17aOHP antiserum coated onto the wells. After one hour incubation the microtiterplate is washed to stop the co...
Company:ALPCO Diagnostics
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Risk and reward compete in brain

That familiar pull between the promise of victory and the dread of defeat whether in money, love or sport is rooted in the brain's architecture, according to a new imaging study. Neuroscientists at the USC Brain and Creativity Institute have identified distinct brain regions with competing re...

Microbes compete with animals for food by making it stink

Microbes may compete with large animal scavengers by producing repugnant chemicals that deter higher species from consuming valuable food resources -- such as decaying meat, seeds and fruit, a new study suggests. Ecologists have long recognized microbes as decomposers and pathogens in ecological...

Bizarre walking bat has ancient heritage

...the base of tree trunks. Among other unusual traits, the bat is thought to use its teeth and claws to excavate roosting burrows and males appear to compete for mates by gathering for singing competitions in their breeding season. ...

Silicon with afterburners: Process developed at Rice could be boon to electronics manufacturer

... the same thing." Tour said years of research into molecular computing with an eye toward replacing silicon has yielded little fruit. "It's hard to compete with something that has trillions of dollars and millions of person-years invested into it. So we decided it would be good to complement silicon, rath...

New theory on why male, female lemurs same size

...sources they are fighting over," she said. "In this case, the females clearly have more at stake, but the only reason the females are in a position to compete for dominance is because they're roughly the same size and strength as the males." ...

New technique can fast-track better ionic liquids for biomass pre-treatments

... trying to image specific biological objects. Living cells contain molecules which fluoresce when excited by the right light and this fluorescence can compete with the signals obtained from the fluorophore dyes or markers used to label biological objects of interest. Simmons and Singh have turned this "nuisa...

What makes a great footballer?

...ents." Members of the semi-professional University of Queensland Football Club (UQFC) were recruited as experimental subjects, and they were made to compete against each other in one-on-one "football tennis" games, which require very similar athletic and skill sets to that required for regular football gam...

Leading scientists and scholars urge action on climate issues

...must be enacted this year but at its best will be only a first step." Further, the signers suggest that the urgency is such that the issue should compete before the Congress with the Health Bill now being debated and that prompt national action is essential. The 1992 Framework has been ratified by mo...

Midge keeps invasive mosquito in check, aiding native mosquitoes

... In a drama played out across the southeastern U.S. in containers as small as a coffee cup, native and invasive mosquito larvae compete for resources and try to avoid getting eaten. One of the invasive mosquitoes, the Asian tiger mosquito ( Aedes albopictus ), can carry dengue fever, a...

URI receives $18 million grant to strengthen biomedical research capacity in Rhode Island

...apacity in states that have historically received low funding for research from NIH. Rhode Island is one of 23 states and Puerto Rico that qualify to compete for this funding. The earlier grants supported 45 faculty research projects at network institutions. Research support during the past five years ...
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Oshkosh Truck Teams with OSU to Compete in DARPA Million Dollar Tech Derby

OSHKOSH, Wis.- Kids dream of competing together to race the fastest cars they can build and win the grand prize. For a group of 20 engineers, scientists and technicians from Ohio State University (OSU) and Wisconsin-based Oshkosh Truck , the goal is to win the $1 million dollar grand prize awarde...

Students compete for $22,000 in Tech Business Plan Competition

MADISON University of Wisconsin-Madison students will compete for $22,000 in awards this Friday as part of the seventh-annual G. Steve Burrill Technology Business Plan Competition . Fourteen teams of aspiring student entrepreneurs, representing business, engineering and various other disciplines,...

Local biotech startups must compete nationally for investors attention

Madison, Wis. Angel and venture capitalists looking for sound biotechnology investment opportunities in Wisconsin are focusing on a few business strategies that make some life-sciences companies stand out from the crowd, according to a panel of experts who spoke at the Wisconsin Biotechnology &...

UW students compete to make hydrogen cars, other renewable projects

Madison, Wis. University of Wisconsin-Madison engineering students have accepted a challenge: the Future Energy Challenge . A team of 30 engineering students and three professors are developing vehicles and engines that operate on clean and renewable energy, taking their inventions to competiti...

In an increasingly 'flat' world, Wisconsin must adapt to compete

Four separate but ultimately connected events help to explain Wisconsin's efforts to compete in a changing world: Speaking to business leaders in Milwaukee, Hewlett-Packard vice president Kevin Gilroy said the "hypercompetitive global economy" has made it difficult for companies to stand out...

Repligen Reports First Quarter Fiscal Year 2010 Financial Results

...imitation, risks associated with: the success of current and future collaborative relationships, the market acceptance of our products, our ability to compete with larger, better financed pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, new approaches to the treatment of our targeted diseases, our expectation of ...

Genomic Health Announces Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results and Business Progress

...our existing tests and any future tests we may develop; the risks and uncertainties associated with the regulation of our tests by FDA; our ability to compete against third parties; our ability to develop and commercialize new tests; unanticipated costs or delays in research and development efforts; our abil...

SENOMYX ANNOUNCES CORPORATE UPDATE AND SECOND QUARTER 2009 FINANCIAL RESULTS

...y never be commercially successful; Senomyx flavor ingredients may not be useful or cost-effective for formulation into products; Senomyx's ability to compete in the flavor ingredients market may decline if Senomyx does not adequately protect its proprietary technologies; and the current economic environment...

SENOMYX AND FIRMENICH TO COLLABORATE ON DISCOVERY, DEVELOPMENT AND WORLDWIDE COMMERCIALIZATION OF NOVEL SWEET ENHANCERS

...rated into products that are sold; products that incorporate Senomyx flavor ingredients may never be commercially successful; and Senomyx's ability to compete in the flavor ingredients market may decline if Senomyx does not adequately protect its proprietary technologies. These and other risks and uncertaint...

Model predicts evolution of Mediterranean landscape following fires

...kes into consideration parameters such as the dispersal of plants (by shoots or seeds), their distribution over space and time, and the resources they compete for (primarily light and water). Such ecosystems can generally evolve from grassland to scrubland (with rock rose, lavender and broom), later to tr...

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Charles Darwin

...s concern, but this tension would remain. My theory Darwin considered Malthus's argument, that human populations breed beyond their means and compete to survive, in relation to his findings about species relating to localities, earlier enquiries into animal breeding, and ideas of Natural "laws of ha...

Competitive inhibitor

... In noncompetitive inhibition , the inhibitor works by occupying some other site on the enzyme. Because of this, the substrate and inhibitor do not compete for access to the same site. Rather, the inhibitor alters the shape of the enzyne in such a way that prevents the substrate from binding to the enzyme...

Competitive exclusion principle

...ompetitive exclusion principle , sometimes referred to as Gause's Law of competitive exclusion or just Gause's Law , states that two species that compete for the exact same resources cannot stably coexist. One of the two competitors will always have an ever so slight advantage over the other that leads ...

Digital organism

...ternal links 4 Further reading History Digital organisms can be traced back to the game Core War , in which computer programs had to compete with each other and try to stop the opponent from executing . It turned out that one of the winning strategies was to replicate as fast as possi...

Extinction

...ive and becomes extinct. This may occur by direct effects, such as the environment becoming toxic , or indirectly, by limiting a species' ability to compete effectively for diminished resources or against new competitor species. Habitat degradation through toxicity can kill off a species very rapidly, by...

Lichen

...mmunity. Stability (that is, longevity) of a surface is a commonality of most lichen habitats. Lichens are relatively slow-growing, and do not always compete well against even similarly low-growing mosses or liverworts where conditions of adequate moisture will favor the latter. Lichens are a part...

Sociobiology

...racism " actually exists in most mammalian species, because racial groups within mammalian species (such as moose , rats , and reindeer ) tend to compete for space and fight rather than mate and form offspring. Hence, "racism" could have an instinctive component in humans as well as other mammalian spe...
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Megabase

...stem with in memory database (imdb) ... MegaBase has a "startup" that can be used whether or not other background tasks ... Street Soccer Teams compete For Chance At Homeless World ... WASHINGTON - AUGUST 02: Pennies which have been flattened and ... domain ' MEGABASE .BIZ' is ... ... beta releas...

Competitive inhibition

...bitor ... ( a) Classical model for competitive inhibition where S and I compete for the same ... Zoology information, history, articles and research fro...ticle on competitive inhibition (biochemistry), ...of similar structure compete with one another in binding with the carrier ... Competitive inhibi...
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