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Talyst Receives Multiple Honors for Workplace Excellence

... Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) July 9, 2009 -- Talyst , a leader in pharmacy automation systems, found June to be an award-filled month as it received kudos for cultivating an excellent work environment. Talyst was awarded as one of "Washington's 100 Best Companies to Work For 2009" by Seattle B...

Annual Dental Tradeshow Weathers Economic Storm

... our attendees and exhibitors," Randall Grove, executive director of the Chicago Dental Society said. The society's new plans have already earned kudos from the Dental Trade Alliance, which called CDS "one of the most forward-thinking [show organizers]." The 2010 Midwinter Meeting will be held in...

Spanish On-Sale: Auerbach International Offers Discounted Rates for Spanish Translations

...onal remains the sole North American language agency to be three-time winners of the ValueStar Award for client satisfaction. The company has won rave kudos for its Spanish translations, and offers everything from Afrikaans to Yiddish translation. "Other companies might claim to provide service li...

Jenny Craig Announces Finalists for the 2008 Ideal Size Contest

...er friends and family! They see her eating healthy well proportioned meals, volumizing her meals with vegetables, and getting her body moving, and the kudos keep on coming. Sara Hennessy, our third finalist is a "Size Excellent." She has almost reached her goal weight and celebrates all of the small vict...

Senators Chuck Hagel and Dianne Feinstein Make Lung Cancer Matter

...ch strides in the survival rates for breast cancer (89.9%), prostate cancer (99.9%), and ovarian cancer (64.8%) since the National Cancer Act in 1971. kudos to all of you. The overall survival rate for Lung Cancer has remained the same (15.5%). That needs to change. Thank you, Senators. Thank you, Lung Can...

Hofstra University to Establish New School of Medicine, Partnering with the North Shore-LIJ Health System

...rs of the respective boards, Saul Katz and John Miller, and the executive officers of each institution, Michael Dowling and Stuart Rabinowitz, deserve kudos for their foresight in setting tough goals and providing the intelligence and judgment in achieving this worthy end." The economic impact of the Hof...

Civil Rights and Medical Leaders Call for Social Justice in Health Care

...e witnessed a positive trend in heart health in America. Between 1994 and 2004 the death rate from coronary artery disease has declined by 33 percent. kudos for medical science. Unfortunately, African Americans have not enjoyed the same benefit of this science. The cardiovascular death rate in Blacks dropp...

Study Questions Dead-End Cancer Clinical Trials

...in the field. "It is clearly impossible for a young investigator to run a large phase III study," Tannock noted. "And they just don't get the academic kudos for entering patients into a potentially practice-changing phase III study that they do from running a 20-patient phase II study." Tannock believes...

LINK Applied Genomics Programme Promises To Revolutionize Healthcare Systems

...ients. This research could pave the way for stimulating regrowth and repair in damaged nerves. * Personalized cancer treatment - researchers from kudos pharmaceuticals, Imperial College London and the Gurdon Institute, Cambridge are engaged in exploring the molecular signatures of the mutated genes th...
kudos in Biological News

New research says winning a Nobel Prize adds nearly 2 years to your lifespan

... New research by the University of Warwick reveals that a Nobel Prize brings more than just cash and kudos - it can also add nearly two years to your life. The research by Professor Andrew Oswald, an economist at the University of Warwick, and Matthew Rab...

Harnessing genomic research

...ions. Personalised cancer treatment- A large number of cancers are linked to mutations in a specific gene or biological pathway. Researchers from kudos pharmaceuticals, Imperial College London and the Gurdon Institute, Cambridge are exploring ways to identify molecular signatures resulting from the lo...
kudos in Biological Technology

Forbes rating is more than kudos for Madison its a reflection on Wisconsin and the Midwest

MADISON A few days before Forbes magazine released its annual rankings of best cities for business and careers, author and futurist Joel Kotkin spoke in Madison about the rise of small and medium-sized communities as places to live and work. His conclusion was simple: The Information Age has made ...

SRNL's microbes useful for for environmental cleanup and oil recovery

...sed both for cleaning up the environment and addressing our energy needs has earned the U.S. Department of Energy's Savannah River National Laboratory kudos from a newsletter covering the rapidly expanding field of nanotechnology. Nanotech Briefs awarded SRNL's BioTiger™ a spot on its fourth ann...

Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy Health Services Division Achieves High Marks in Pilot Program for Chronic Kidney Disease Management

...ctiveness of our Disease Management Program. We further validated the published savings of $150 per patient per day in delaying the onset of dialysis. kudos to our staff who received excellent results from our patient satisfaction surveys. Obviously we are very pleased with these results." The program dev...

Five seed-stage funding groups filling Midwest Life Science void

...doesnt currently seem to be high on his priority list for investments. kudos to the Seed-Stage Groups All of the above is good news for the Midwest....ce and technology in the Midwest. You gotta start somewhere, I know, so kudos to all five groups. Lets hope there are some early success stories to attra...

The legacy of BIO 2006, what it will be and how we need to plan for it now

...c. As the meeting wound down, everyone concluded how important it was to have had shared these valuable insights with the Chicago organizing group. kudos to Rosenberg and Briscuso for bringing these BIO warriors into town and imparting their bio-wisdom! Now our challenge will be to determine the most ef...

BIO 2006 aftermath and a taste of bio-generics

...do some prolonged business here. I am certainly doing my part to try and make that happen. I will hold my comments on BIO 2006 for a while, but BIG kudos are due to not only David Miller at IBIO and a very supportive IBIO board and large group of volunteers working months and months on this event, but a...

More women needed in interface design

...l comments regarding placement of fields on screens and are quick to point out what would look better (and function better) regarding the reports. So, kudos for fitting my stereotype. Just as the sputtering had me reaching for the delete key, Troys message continued: How do we get more women involved in...

Brand protection in the age of customer engagement

...of daily blogs authored by brand detractors and supporters. These blogs, much like StarbucksGossip.com , create great potential for both mischief and kudos for a company brand. On the brand advocacy side, two examples of supportive blogs include Ohio IKEA with their tagline following IKEA news and gossi...
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