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BMA Urges Against Merging Fertility and Transplantation Regulatory Bodies

Although the HFEA and the HTA have similarities, there are vast differences in the areas they cover. The complex and sensitive issues that surround reproduction and embryo research are very different from the equally complex and sensitive issues that relate to the retention and use of organs and t...

Sociologists to turn the sociological eye on San Francisco

...ion to criminal social control and San Francisco. The Politics of Spoken Word Saturday, Aug. 8, 4:30 p.m. - 6:10 p.m. Scholars will examine the merging of art, politics and hip hop culture that is the Spoken Word movement prominent in the Bay area and will discuss how youth organizations have leverage...

ERT Relocates Customer Care Team to Provide Stronger Client Support

...enter and resident ECG groups, ERT will be able to provide better technical support and customer services. This group expansion, through modifying and merging the groups, increases internal efficiency, provides more resources to the customer, and flexibility to address both technical and study-specific issue...

Former Gov. Bill Clements Makes Historic Gift to UT Southwestern With $100 Million 'Transformative' Contribution

...contractor before he went into politics. He founded SEDCO in 1947, and it grew to become the world's largest oil and gas drilling contracting company, merging with Schlumberger Limited in 1984. He retired as chairman in 1985. Mr. Clements today raises cattle and is an avid Texas history enthusiast, with a pe...

Britannia Members Back Super-Mutual Merger With the Co-Operative Financial Services

...ill continue to share profits and have a say in running the business Members of Britannia Building Society have voted overwhelmingly in favour of merging with The Co-operative Financial Services to create the first super-mutual - an ethical alternative to shareholder- and Government-owned banks. Mo...

Communities Containing More Alcohol Outlets Show Increased Underage Alcohol Access

... and Evaluation: The Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE) is one of the nation's preeminent independent, nonprofit organizations merging scientific knowledge and proven practice to improve the health and safety of communities around the world. PIRE conducts research and evaluation and p...

Open source mobile technology software reinventing health care in developing countries

... 28, 2009) Dr. Joel Selanikio's innovative technology is not only saving lives, it is changing the face of the public health system around the world. merging his expertise in the areas of computer science, medicine and public health with his business partner's background in technology, spurred the developme...

Metro Parent's Second Annual 'Living With Autism Workshop' Features Local Experts Who Are Intimately Involved in Improving the Lives of These Special Children

...ealth & Institutional Management and the Kaufman Children's Center. Topics range from Intervention A-Z and Genetics and Autism, to ABA and TEEACH: merging Methods in the Classroom. Those in attendance will also have the chance to visit vendor booths staffed by local autism experts and speak with other pa...

Foundation Radiology Group Raises $10 Million in Venture Funding Led by Chrysalis Ventures

...s that provide services and enabling technologies that drive improvements in the relationship between cost and quality, and activity and outcomes. By merging the ubiquity of broadband technology with expertly staffed regional reading facilities, FRG is able to offer hospitals and other institutions superior...

The Nation's Leading Health Care Strategy Firm Launches Post-Merger Integration Practice

...at are evaluating merger opportunities and those that are in the process of merging or have already merged and are trying to realize anticipated revenue and ex... pay close attention to how the missions and organizational cultures of the merging organizations are impacted. Add to the mix issues such as organization and...

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TissueGene Announces Regulatory Allowance to Initiate Phase IIa Study of TG-C in South Korea for Osteoarthritis of the Knee

...company of Kolon, is a leading biochemical company in Korea focused on research and discovery in the life sciences. In 2006, Kolon established KLS by merging TissueGene Asia Co., Ltd with their existing active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and specialty chemicals business. For more information, please ...

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MicroFire Digital Camera

Features:...ed to the 1x to 16X gain . . . resulting in frame rates up to 66 fps. Easy to use camera control interface Advanced image processing with image merging capabilities. Two images can be interactively mixed with varied percentages to make a new image. Full screen live viewing. In addition to displayi...
Company:Olympus America Scientific

DP30 Monochrome Digital Camera

Features:...o 5 C - regulated. Noise reduction background subtraction option. Easy-to-use camera control and image management software that includes image merging capabilities. Recorded images can be stored as an individual image (TIFF; 16/8-bit selectable, JPEG, BMP or PICT file format), an image sequence o...
Company:Olympus America Scientific
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AIDS

... Federally approved information on AIDS research, clinical trials, and treatment from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Created by merging the AIDS ... HIV/ AIDS recommendations and guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control. Find FAQs and general information about HIV and AI...
merging in Biological News

Scary ancient spiders revealed in 3-D models, thanks to new imaging technique

...ars ago. This was a time before the dinosaurs, when life was emerging from the oceans to live on land. During this period, the world's continents were merging together near the equator to form one supercontinent and the first tropical rainforests were playing host to a diverse range of species. Previous s...

Healing wounds with lasers, vehicles that drive themselves, other cutting-edge optics

...tant vehicles were unmanned and had to complete a simulated military supply mission, maneuvering through a mock city environment, avoiding obstacles, merging into moving traffic, navigating traffic circles, and negotiating intersections -- all while conforming to California driving rules. Of the 89 internat...

NASA study says climate adds fuel to Asian wildfire emissions

...sons. The Indian Ocean dipole phenomenon affects climate in the Indian Ocean region with oscillating ocean temperatures characterized by warmer waters merging with colder waters to inhibit rainfall over Indonesia, Borneo, and their neighbors. "This link between drought and emissions should be of concern t...

Canadian biomedical engineering pioneer receives international award

... would capitalize on simulating the natural mechanisms of anti-coagulant function. Today, the bioactive concept is revolutionizing medical devices by merging the biopharmaceutical field and medical device sector to deliver implant therapies that accelerate healing associated with serious diseases." ...

Montana State grad's work helps diagnose skin cancer without a biopsy

...m across the skin, Dickensheets said. This allows the microscope to form an image and lets it look at cells beneath the patient's outer skin layer. merging MSU's expertise in microscopy and MEMS with Vanderbilt's spectroscopy research will produce a device that could one day find its way into dermatology ...

Human genomics in China

...national Schistosoma mansoni consortium. This action indicated that genomic information analysis technology had set out an important step forward in merging with the international GeneBank. In summary, although China started late in genomic sequencing, it has caught up with the international wave in funct...

bioMETRX, Inc. Signs Deal To Acquire Controlling Interest in Biometric Solutions, LLC

... have come to respect the professionalism of its management team and dedication of its employees in helping establish bioMETRX as the industry leader. merging the talents and capabilities of Biometric Solutions into the bioMETRX portfolio will only add to this market leadership." About bioMETRX, Inc. bio...

8 National Medals of Science awardees to be honored at gala, then the White House

...inest departments in the country over the last thirty years. The department was one of the first of a new generation of departments which combined the merging disciplines of cell structure, molecular biology, and developmental biology into a unified Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology. His labor...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- July 2, 2008

...ey have not found a material strong enough to hold the enzyme in the desired fashion for long periods. Their solution involved the first successful merging of lysozyme with single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs). Only 1/50th the width of a human hair, SWNTs have exceptional strength and hold lysozyme in ...

Explorers marvel at 'Brittlestar City' on seamount in powerful current swirling around Antarctica

...tic Circumpolar Current is detoured in its endless clockwise churn at the globes southernmost latitudes playing a vital part in the global ecosystem, merging and mixing waters of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans. Usually corals and sponges dominate seamount peaks, filtering food that arrives...

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Old bell system merging back together, but it's not the same

AT&T buying BellSouth for $67 billion creates a bigger entity to deal with for regulators. In an editorial about a year ago, I coined the term "revestiture". In it, I observed that consolidation just like in the oligopoly that is the automobile industry is a natural evolution and is critical f...

Growth spurts

...to-frame," says Zheng. "This allowed us to observe that each nanocrystal can either grow steadily through the addition of monomers from solution or by merging with another nanocrystal in random coalescence events." Zheng says it has been assumed that coalescence events would result in some crystals being ...

Printing New Organs: Foundation Funds Medical Technology That Replicates Human Tissue

...ientific research and direct community outreach. www.methuselahfoundation.org This release was issued through The Xpress Press News Service, merging e-mail and satellite distribution technologies to reach business analysts and media outlets worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.XpressP...

Dutch Medical Equipment Producer Nucletron Strengthens Leading Position in Cancer Radiation Therapy Market

...an't Hooft, CEO of Isodose Control BV. Van 't Hooft in fact founded Nucletron in 1975 and built it into a successful technology company, before merging it to Dutch stock exchange-listed Delft Instruments NV in 1994. Van 't Hooft left nine years later to found Isodose Control in 2003. Van't Hooft, who ...

CRO Acquisition Seen Boosting Activity, Positioning ASG, Inc., for New Growth in Q2

...r the opportunity to outsource an entire clinical trial. ASG's CEO Jim Baker said, "I am pleased to announce that we continue to make progress in merging the two companies into one." Through Ockham, ASG has secured new work in the therapeutic areas of oncology, anti-infectives, and vaccines. Ockha...

Nuvelo Announces Positive Results from Phase 1 Clinical Trial of NU206 in Healthy Volunteers

...lammatory bowel disease, and bone disease," said Dr. Ted W. Love, chairman and chief executive officer of Nuvelo. "Because Nuvelo is in the process of merging with ARCA biopharma to create a cardiovascular-focused company, we are currently evaluating partnership and out-licensing opportunities for NU206 to c...

Publication on 'Tregitopes' in Blood Journal of October 2008

...n of the immune response is due to the induction of natural T reg cells. About EpiVax EpiVax, Inc. is a biotechnology company that is dedicated to merging in vitro immunology research with bioinformatics to generate new therapeutics for cancer and autoimmune diseases as well as new vaccines for infectiou...

Calvert Research and Auburn University Announce Joint Venture

...d Dr. Petrenko." "I am very pleased to collaborate with Calvert," Dr. Petrenko said. "Their experts first recognized that the merging of phage nanobiotechnology developed at Auburn with genomics can contribute vigorously to different areas of medicine, specifically in the area of tar...

LS9, Inc. Appoints Bill Haywood Chief Executive Officer

...mportant technology to commercial production and become the first advanced biofuels company to reach the market," said Mr. Haywood. "I look forward to merging knowledge of the traditional transportation fuels business with synthetic biology to help bring LS9's renewable fuels and chemicals into the pipeline ...

Shire plc: IFRS Results for the Year Ending December 31, 2007

...April 19, 2007 Shire completed its acquisition of New River by way of a short-form merger, in an all-cash transaction. The acquisition was effected by merging Shuttle Corporation, an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Shire, with and into New River, with New River continuing as the surviving corporation. As...

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merging in Biological Definition

Rudolf Steiner

... According to Steiner, these values, each one applied to its proper social realm, would tend to keep the cultural, economic and political realms from merging unjustly, and allow these realms to check, balance and correct one another. The result would be a society-wide separation of powers. Steiner argued ...

Symbiosis

...ords syn = con/plus and biono = living) is an interaction between two organisms living together in more or less intimate association or even the merging of two dissimilar organisms. The term host is usually used for the larger (macro) of the two members of a symbiosis. The smaller (micro) member is c...

Symbiogenesis

... Symbiogenesis refers to the merging of two separate organisms to form a single new organism. The idea originated with Konstantin Mereschkowsky in his 1926 book Symbiogenesis and the ...
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Symbiogenesis

... Symbiogenesis is the merging of two separate organisms to form a single new org...igin;... Symbiogenesis Symbiogenesis is the merging of two separate organisms to form a ... Symbiogen... is a rare process where an organism reproduces by merging with ... " Symbiogenesis " was also the draft titl...
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