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MDS Nordion Submits Expression of Interest Proposal to Government of Canada on Medical Isotope and Generator Production

...a on the next stages of this proposal," said Steve West, President of MDS Nordion. "We believe this approach provides a good path forward to bring the maples into service and provide a long-term supply of medical isotopes for Canadians. This goal is of utmost importance and we are also supportive of other p...

MDS Nordion Continues to Urge Government of Canada to Complete MAPLE Project to Address Critical Medical Isotope Shortage

...ernment's position and believe that the MAPLE reactors are safe, that the reactors work and that any technical challenges can be overcome to bring the maples into service." "MDS continues to believe that the solution to the global medical isotope crisis is in Canada. The infrastructure is in place, and wi...

MilkPEP: St. Louis Family Wins Nationwide got milk? Contest

... ST. LOUIS, Oct. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- WHO: The maples family was the grand prize winner of the Think Abo...mong hundreds of families nationwide. WHAT: The maples family entered the photo contest by submitting a ...ge of choice. As grand prize winners, the maples family will receive a family trip to Walt ...

Details of Oregon Wine Region's First Luxury Inn, Spa Revealed at Groundbreaking Ceremony

...k cues from Springbrook owner Joan Austin. "Mrs. Austin loves the trees on the property so we will save as many of the majestic oaks, firs and Norway maples as possible," said Mark Sindell, GGLO landscape designer. "Large shade trees on rolling hills of green will welcome guests to the stately arboretum n...

Decaffeinated Coffee... Not Really!

...ly reach the level present in a cup or two of caffeinated coffee," said co-author Bruce Goldberger, Ph.D., a professor and director of UF's William R. maples Center for Forensic Medicine. "This could be a concern for people who are advised to cut their caffeine intake, such as those with kidney disease or a...

Growth Of Maple Trees Affected By Acid Rain

...e created for sugar maples. In acidic soils, sugar maples produce fewer seedlings that survive and mature, a...th century industrial pollution. The result: Sugar maples on the plot rebounded dramatically. The stud...lusive evidence to date’ that the decline of sugar maples is linked to the effects of acid rain produced by ...
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Tree survival skills

...three critical stages in the transplanting process (initial harvest, handling, and transport) at three sites in Illinois and Wisconsin. Norway and red maples were subjected to three distinct treatments: root-pruned, handled, and transported. "Our intent was not to look at potential treatment differences bet...

Danger lurks underground for oak seedlings

...aratively high mortality rates, allowing other trees such as shade-tolerant maples and sun-loving, fast-growing tulip poplars to make up larger percentages of... "We do see some data that more shade-tolerant trees - particularly sugar maples - are becoming more prominent," Rathfon said. "It is a gradual, subtle shif...

Gene therapy prevents the onset of diabetic symptoms in mice

...e created for sugar maples. In acidic soils, sugar maples produce fewer seedlings that survive and mature, a...th century industrial pollution. The result: Sugar maples on the plot rebounded dramatically. The study p...lusive evidence to date" that the decline of sugar maples is linked to the effects of acid rain produced by ...

Acid rain causing decline in sugar maples, say researchers

...e created for sugar maples. In acidic soils, sugar maples produce fewer seedlings that survive and mature, a...th century industrial pollution. The result: Sugar maples on the plot rebounded dramatically. The study p...lusive evidence to date" that the decline of sugar maples is linked to the effects of acid rain produced by ...
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