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Minority Business Accelerator 2.5+ Client Strong Tool Lands Multimillion Dollar Deal With GE Healthcare

CLEVELAND, July 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- By diversifying its customer base with the assistance of the Minority Business Accelerator 2.5+, Strong Tool Company , has landed a three-year, multimillion-dollar contract with GE Healthcare. Strong Tool, a distributor of metalworking products and ...

Olympic Gold Winning Supplement Lands in the US

RHINEBECK, N.Y., March 11 /PRNewswire/ -- In the last few years, millions of consumers have begun taking omega-3 fish oil ( http://www.recoup90.com ) in hopes of improving their cardiovascular health. Recent studies like the ones released by American Journal of Preventive Medicine and American H...

Ansell Healthcare Europe Lands 2008 Frost & Sullivan Customer Service Leadership Award for its Ansell Guardian(SM) Safety Program

BRUSSELS, November 19 /PRNewswire/ -- - Ansell Guardian(SM) Enables Companies to Make the Right Decisions for Increasing Both Safety and Productivity In recognition of Ansell Healthcare's performance in the European market for hand protection solutions Frost & Sullivan, a globa...

Michigan Success Lands National Research Contract to Reduce Hospital-Associated Infections in 10 States

Modeled After Highly Successful MHA Keystone: ICU Patient Safety Program LANSING, Mich., Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) today announced a three-year, $3 million national effort to reduce patients' risk of hospital-associated infections in intensive...

iCRco Lands CR Contract with Thu Duc District Hospital in Vietnam

iCRco Inc. with Coastal Medical Technologies Co., Ltd completed a multi unit CR installation at Thu Duc district Hospital. Two new iCR3600 CR solutions combined with two iCRco iFilm CReators have been installed in the new Computed Radiography room in the Radiology department of the Thu Duc Distr...

1st US study -- gymnastics lands thousands in ER

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) More than 600,000 children participate in school-sponsored and club-level gymnastics competitions annually in the United States. Yet gymnastics continues to be overlooked in terms of potential for injury, while having one of the highest injury rates of all girls sports. A stud...

FSU researcher lands $3.3 million grant to help smokers kick habit

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- A Florida State University professor will share a $3.3 million federal grant with a colleague from the University of Vermont to develop an innovative method that will help smokers with anxiety disorders extinguish the habit. FSU psychology Professor Brad Schmidt and UVM psy...

Rhode Island Hospital lands $11.1M grant from National Institutes of Health

The National Center for Research Resources, part of the National Institutes of Health, has awarded Rhode Island Hospital an $11.1 million grant to study the prevention and treatment of skeletal joint diseases. The 5-year grant will establish the Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) for...

Trading Flesh for Discount Clothes Lands Young Women in Trouble -AIDS

Tehran is in the news for the wrong reasons, witnessing an upsurge in AIDS cases. The reason for this, according to AIDS workers is that many women, just barely// twenty years old are offering sex in return for discounted clothes, available at shopping malls. There is an apparent lack of awareness ...

Undiagnosed cyst lands GP in trouble.

SA Christchurch GP is in a tight spot after a complaint recorded in the medical complaints tribunal has pointed at him for medical negligence in diagnosing an ovarian cyst weighing 14.7 kg. The doctor//, whose name has not been made public, communicated to the tribunal that the patient in question,...

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USAID Provides Malaria Assistance to Zimbabwe

...bruary and peak in April and May. Indoor Residual Spraying shortens the lifetime of mosquitoes that carry the malaria parasite. When a mosquito lands in a home that has been sprayed, the mosquito is killed or its life is shortened so that it cannot pass parasites from one person to another. U...
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Shellfish

...e Florida Division of Aquaculture provides information and support in shellfish harvesting and handling, shellfish resource development, submerged lands leasing, ... Shellfish allergy — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, treatment of this condition. ... severe allergic reaction to shell...

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...nt ... As you can see, Pathology at the GWUMC is a dynamic department in a world-class ... After recent med school grad Ted (Milo Ventimiglia) lands an internship at a prestigious pathology unit in a Philadelphia hospital, he soon finds his new colleagues... Our Division of Pathology Resear...

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MSU lands $2.1 million grant to take part in national autism study

EAST LANSING, Mich. Michigan State University has been awarded a three-year, $2.1 million federal grant to serve as the data coordinating center for the largest epidemiological study ever on autism. MSU's Biomedical Research Informatics Core, established in 2001 and now part of the university'...

Kount Lands Veteran Fraud Experts From Retail Decisions and iovation

New Sales Executives to Focus on Top 100 Internet Retailers BOISE, Idaho, Oct. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Kount Inc. ( http://www.kount.com ), a leading provider of fraud control for ecommerce merchants, has hired industry veterans Scott Lewer and Brad Canavan as National Account Sales directors....

Catcher Holdings Inc. Lands Contract for Initial Deployments at Nine Homeland Security and State Government Agencies

CATCHER(R) Rhino hardened mobile computing communications platforms slated for delivery during 2008 LEESBURG, Va., March 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Catcher Holdings, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CTHH), ( http://www.catcherinc.com ), a leading provider of standards-based so...

August 2009 Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...ed that the dust particles are blown from the arid lands of northern China. However, scientists know little... dust is dominated by binary sources from the arid lands around the northern boundary of China and the dese...onal contribution (about 50%) from the desertified lands in its adjacent north and west, due to anthropogen...

Parasitic worms make sex worthwhile

...cted by the worms. Inside the ducks' enteric tracts, the worms reach adulthood and mate. The worms' eggs are excreted in the ducks' spoor, which often lands in the lake and sinks in the shallows or at depth, where snails help the worm complete its life cycle by eating the eggs and providing a host for the ...

Carnegie Mellon team makes sequestration recommendations

...ject developer operating pursuant to a valid UIC permit. Modify the Federal Land Policy Management Act to specifically authorize the use of federal lands for geologic sequestration. Create a Federal Geologic Sequestration Board (FGSB) that would oversee long-term stewardship of adequately closed seque...

Wolf reintroduction proposed in Scottish Highland test case

...here, which has demonstrated that the absence of large predators such as wolves and cougars has allowed deer, elk and other animals to badly overgraze lands and ravish entire terrestrial ecosystems. If successful, the experiment might demonstrate the same ecosystem recovery is possible in Scotland that ...

Pacific Northwest forests could store more carbon, help address greenhouse issues

... Law said. Among the findings of the report: About 65 percent of the live and dead biomass in this region is on public lands, while private lands often have younger age classes of vegetation and less total biomass; Contrary to accepted views on biomass stabilization and decline, biomass is s...

Nonstick and laser-safe gold aids laser trapping of biomolecules

...and sometimes destroying biological activity. Its like dropping a car onto a road from 100 feet up and hoping it will land tires down. If the molecule lands in the wrong orientation, it wont be active or, worse, it will only partially work, Perkins says. Ideally, scientists want to attach biomolecules i...

UC Davis begins $2.8 million in studies of agricultural nitrogen's impacts

...lant Sciences. "It's urgent that we know how much nitrous oxide and other greenhouse gases are released during irrigation and fertilization of farm lands in California," Six said. "The good news is we know that it is economically feasible to reduce these emissions. The first step is quantifying the nece...

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The Chiesi Group Lands in the United States

PARMA, Italy, May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- The Parma Group has reacquired the marketing rights to its own drug Curosurf and is laying the groundwork to acquire control of the American pharmaceutical company Cornerstone; it will be setting up its twenty-third associated company in the world's largest ...

Thin films research lands engineering professor Air Force Young Investigator Award

Blacksburg, Va. -- The U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research has awarded Shashank Priya, associate professor of mechanical engineering in the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech, a $100,000, three-year renewable grant to conduct basic research in the area of high-frequency electronic co...

Third Wave lands European distribution deal, reports high earnings

MADISON Third Wave Technologies Inc. and Innogenetics NV announced Tuesday a four-year marketing and distribution agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, Third Wave has granted Belgium-based Innogenetics the exclusive European marketing and distribution rights for select Invader molecular...

AT&T lands $1.6 million contact renewal with Eau Claire's KRM Information Services

EAU CLAIRE, Wis.AT&T announced Tuesday it has won a three-year, $1.6 million contract from KRM Information Services, Inc., renewing an agreement for toll-free, long-distance and business Internet access services. These services enable KRM to provide turnkey distance learning and real-time, interact...

ConjuGon lands $1 million angel investment

Conjugons offices are located in the MG&E Innovation Center at University Research Park. Madison, Wis. Medical research group ConjuGon announced on Tuesday that they have successfully secured an investment of $1.1 million dollars from angel investors, including the firm Wisconsin Investmen...

Wisconsin company with SARS diagnostic role lands $13 million investment

Madison, Wis. NimbleGen , a Madison biotech firm that played a leading role in determining the origins of the 2003 Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome outbreak in Singapore has won $12.8 million in venture capital. The company has raised a total of $41 million since its inception in 2000. ...

SLE of Eau Claire lands $2.2 million in federal contracts

In a long-planned departure from its traditional focus, high-end computer chip company Silicon Logic Engineering has contracted with the U.S. Army for development of two different products. SLE, based in Eau Claire, announced today that it has secured $2.2 million in federal contracts for fisca...

GE Healthcare lands Virginia Health System deal

Waukesha, Wis. -- GE Healthcare reported Monday that it has signed a multi-year agreement with the University of Virginia Health System to develop new, minimally invasive surgery techniques. Virginia Health System doctors will use GE Healthcare's surgical navigation tools, the InstaTrak 3...

S.C. Johnson lands in No. 2 spot in Information Week 500 list

Racine, Wis. - S.C. Johnson & Son Inc. made the No. 2 spot in the Information Week 500 , up from 95 th place in 2004. The top spot in this year's list of technology innovators went to Capital One. Seven other Wisconsin organzations, other than S.C. Johnson, made this year's list. Infor...

Milwaukee lands biotech venture investment event for 2007

Milwaukee will play host to the 2007 BIO Mid-America VentureForum, co-sponsored by the Biotechnology Industry Organization and the Wisconsin Biotechnology & Medical Device Association. The event is expected to draw around 90 venture capitalists and somewhat fewer companies. At this year's forum ...

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