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Frisco ISD Treats Four Students in Medical Emergencies With OxySure(R) Model 615

...e in the office with blue lips after cross country practice. I immediately grabbed my OxySure(R) bag, put the oxygen mask on the student athlete and turned th...istress and knowing that oxygen should be administered for shock, I quickly grabbed my OxySure(R) system. The student stabilized and his breathing quickly imp...

Church of Scientology Distributes Drug Abuse and Addiction Facts Internationally

...rs coming up to us to ask for copies for their students, two medical doctors wanted them for their waiting rooms and a professor liked them so much he grabbed some booklets and joined us." In Amsterdam, where the sale of so-called "soft drugs" is legal and "coffee shop" is a cod...

Emily's Law for Regulating Pharmacy Technicians Signed by Ohio Governor

...ride); the base solution prepared for Emily contained approximately 20x the standard concentration of sodium chloride. Prior to entering a coma, Emily grabbed her head, screamed and cried as she experienced a fatal overdose of sodium chloride. Although pharmacy technicians practice under the supervision...

FreePatentsOnline Launches the CitePatents Program : Making it Easy for Bloggers and Journalists to Reference Patents, and Add Patent Search to Websites

...de their site, I placed it on my blog right away, as a service to my readers." At CitePatents.com, the html behind the FPO SearchBox can be grabbed and placed on a website or blog. Also, CitePatents.com has information on the differences between patents and patent applications, patent numbering, a...

Your Business Card is a Powerful Marketing Tool

...keting tool," according to John Howlett President of AvizaGroup an ROI consulting business specializing in advertising and marketing. After you have grabbed their attention and jump started a conversation, you can deliver your elevator pitch, which is a salespersons dream. In the most optimistic view it mi...

Bayer Awards Making Science Make Sense Grant to Girl Scouts

... and social responsibility, today Bayer employee-volunteers and Girl Scouts from troops in Washington Township and Parsippany rolled up their sleeves, grabbed their spades and planted 10 trees at Lake Rickabear, owned and operated by Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey, as the company announced that it has aw...

Bayer Plants Trees With Chartiers Valley Intermediate School Students, Provides Free Environmental Education Materials

...tainability and social responsibility, today Bayer employee-volunteers and Chartiers Valley Intermediate School third-graders rolled up their sleeves, grabbed their spades and planted trees on the school's campus, as the company announced that it has joined the United Nations Environment Programme's (UNEP) P...

FDA Seeks Food Recall Authority

...food giant ConAgra recalled 1 million pounds of ground beef due to an E. coli scare. That recall joins a long list of suspect food incidents that have grabbed headlines over the past few years. Products ranging from spinach to green onions to peanut butter -- even the food Americans feed their pets -- have ...

The Nutrition-Conscious Take a Bite Out of Fast Food

... oils, legal moves to mandate calorie counts on menus, and even an effort to outlaw new fast-food franchises in obesity-plagued south Los Angeles have grabbed headlines this year. One industry representative believes fast-food businesses are responding to consumers' changing tastes and health concerns -- ...

The Nutrition-Conscious Are Taking a Bite Out of Fast Food

... oils, legal moves to mandate calorie counts on menus, and even an effort to outlaw new fast-food franchises in obesity-plagued south Los Angeles have grabbed headlines this year. One industry representative believes fast-food businesses are responding to consumers' changing tastes and health concerns -- ...
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NASA study says climate adds fuel to Asian wildfire emissions

...rd the normal amount. The results were presented in December 2008 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . Tropical Asian fires first grabbed the attention of government officials, media, and conservationists in 1997, when fires set to clear land for palm oil and rice plantations burned out ...

Springer looks ahead to the Future City

...k highlights the urgent need to understand the role of cities as both agents of change and means of survival at a time when climate change has finally grabbed world attention. It provides a framework for designing cities that integrates knowledge - both academic and practical - from a range of relevant disc...

Superglue from the sea

...her food and particles to build their shells with." Tiny, hair-like cilia brush the sand grains and shell pieces down the tentacles so they can be grabbed by the worm's fleshy, pincer-like "building organ" and glued onto the under-construction tube piece by piece. The worm "secretes two little dabs o...

Stanford researchers make first direct observation of 3-D molecule folding in real time

...n the RNA, a riboswitch changes how the RNA is translated into protein, effectively turning the gene on or off. The riboswitch Block's team studied grabbed onto a molecule called adenine, the nucleic acid dubbed "A." Whenever the riboswitch gripped a free-floating adenine, a gene that makes a protein cruc...

Like humans, monkey see, monkey plan, monkey do

...lts, which appear in the December issue of Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, are fascinating. The monkeys grabbed the inverted cup with their thumb pointing down, thereby behaving much like human adults. In the second experiment, the monkeys were confronted with a...

Living with lions

...cks. One of the herdsmen explained: We tried to chase away the lions, but they werent impressed and only moved a bit further away from us, where they grabbed another sheep. Thats how they do it, they just kill. Theyve taken one sheep with them, but the calf and the other three sheep were killed for nothing....

Liposuctioned fat stem cells to repair bodies

...ell’s epigenetic profile," says Collas, "and you may be able to predict what that cell is likely to turn into." These epigenetic signatures have grabbed everyone’s attention, acknowledges Ernest Arenas, a EuroSTELLS researcher at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. "Scientists in the stem ce...

Wild Gorillas Handy with a Stick

...f her.?Leah walked upright into the water, but stopped and returned to the edge when the water reached her waist. She then walked back into the water, grabbed a branch in front of her, detached it, and, grasping it firmly, repeatedly jabbed the water in front of her with the end of the branch, “apparently us...

FDA Approves Human Hookworm Vaccine for Phase I Safety Trials

...ition. With this approach, proteins that naturally interact with the bait will be pulled out of the pool of cellular proteins. They found that Upf1 grabbed onto Staufen1 (Stau1). Stau1 is a well-known RNA binding protein and some of its functions in the common fruit fly Drosophila are understood. "But no ...

A new mechanism of regulating RNA degradation

...ition. With this approach, proteins that naturally interact with the bait will be pulled out of the pool of cellular proteins. They found that Upf1 grabbed onto Staufen1 (Stau1). Stau1 is a well-known RNA binding protein and some of its functions in the common fruit fly Drosophila are understood. "But no ...
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Life-science sector grabbed VC investment in 2004

Last year was supposedly a banner year for venture capital investments in general, according to the PricewaterhouseCoopers MoneyTree report, which is based on data from the National Venture Capital Association . Still, what does this mean for the life science industry? Also, what does it mean...

Scientists synthesize memory in yeast cells

...he cell to galactose (a kind of sugar). The first gene, which was designed to switch on when exposed to galactose, created a transcription factor that grabbed on to, and thus activated, the second gene. It was at this point that the feedback loop began. The second gene also created a transcription fa...

Scientists synthesize memory in yeast cells

...he cell to galactose (a kind of sugar). The first gene, which was designed to switch on when exposed to galactose, created a transcription factor that grabbed on to, and thus activated, the second gene. It was at this point that the feedback loop began. The second gene also created a transcription fa...

Raising a Biotech Workforce - Students, Program Administrators Look to Future

...chool interested in chemistry and math, said coming to the Life Science Conference opened his eyes to whats happening in the industry. He said biotech grabbed his interest because it brings together two of his prior academic affinities, math and chemistry. Like Tudor, Nathaniel Fortney, a junior at Verona...

Sales Strategies for the High-Tech Entrepreneur

...he subtitle for an event held by the Kellogg Alumni Club of Chicago titled Creating, Growing and Managing a Sales Force. Needless to say, this message grabbed the attention of three relentless technology road warriors. Just before Thanksgiving it was road trip time. Ted Feierstein, from the Prism Opportu...

Midwest Investment Bank Piper Jaffray Resurges in New York City

...ing to the sector biotech and pharmaceutical studies that they put out, which can run as much as 300 pages of intensive analysis. One of the reports I grabbed was chock full of information. For instance, did you know that there will be about $5.2 billion in pharmaceutical sales of drugs with patents expi...

Wrapping up the Summer

...is week also signals the calm before the storm. Next Tuesday, Ill be heading to San Diego for DEMOmobile 2004. (Its a great lineup, so if you haven't grabbed your tickets yet, youd better do so now.) In truth, I should be polishing my opening comments and prepping my introductions, but as an inveterate pro...

Closing the income gap begins with education

...mparable (or better) quality and at lower cost. Some American companies and unions were slow to embrace change, and more innovative competitors abroad grabbed market share by the slice. Those companies that put innovation at the core of their business plans survived and even prospered, however. They adopt...
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