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NetMotion Wireless Boosts Mobile Productivity for Bell Ambulance

...cations. Bell's EMT staff uses NetMotion's mobile Virtual Private Network (VPN) software, Mobility XE(TM), to stay connected to critical applications, roam seamlessly between multiple wireless networks, and maintain applications even when moving in and out of wireless coverage areas. "The goal of o...

NetMotion Wireless Enhances Mobile Productivity and Security at Wichita Clinic

...rivate Network Solution Mobility XE(TM) allows doctors and nurses to roam seamlessly and securely between campus Wi-Fi networks SEATTLE, June 3...e productivity by allowing them to stay connected to critical applications, roam seamlessly between multiple Wi-Fi hot spots, and maintain computing applica...

K-State Veterinarian Says Although Exotic Pets Can Be Great Companions, There Are Health Factors That Can Affect Both the Animal and Humans

...umans at risk. West said after handling an exotic pet, people should wash their hands immediately. He also said reptiles should not be allowed to roam free, they should not be allowed in the kitchen or around people who are eating, and owners should disinfect surfaces where reptiles have been. Additi...

Scientists find city rats are loyal to their 'hoods

...: there's no place like home. Now, a study just released in Molecular Ecology finds the same is true for rats. Although inner city rodents appear to roam freely, most form distinct neighborhoods where they spend the majority of their lives. Like any major city, Baltimore has many lively neighborhoods...

Computer simulation captures immune response to flu

...rtner with dendritic cells to make careful decisions about which key pieces of viruses will trigger a full-scale immune counterattack. Dendritic cells roam the body, checking each particle they come across for a self or invader "label." Upon encountering an invader, a dendritic cell will "swallow it," cut...

New test may help to ensure that dengue vaccines do no harm

...ies: the crystalizable fragment (Fc). The Fc is designed to bind to proteins called the Fc receptors on the surfaces of macrophages, immune cells that roam the bloodstream seeking to engulf and "dissolve" viruses and bacteria. Coated with Fc receptors, macrophages constantly stick to the Fc end of antibod...

Snoring or soaring? Strength of fruit-fly immune system varies

...tes throughout the day. Like the mosquito, platypus and whitetail deer, fruit flies are crepuscular they are most active at dawn and dusk, tend to roam a bit during the daytime, and engage in what passes for sleep during the nighttime. (Flies don't have eyelids, so it's hard to tell if they're really ...

Hope for treating relapse to methamphetamine abuse

...to expect methamphetamine in one chamber of a three-chamber apparatus and saline solution in another chamber. The researchers then allowed the rats to roam freely among the three chambers. If the rats spent the majority of their time in the chamber where they had been given methamphetamine, the scientists...

New method to overcome multiple drug resistant diseases developed by Stanford researchers

...l. As it passes into the cell, the weak bonds it formed with the membrane components break and the transporter, with its therapeutic load, is free to roam inside the cell. But after getting into the cell, the arginine-Taxol complex still has to break apart for the Taxol to do its job against the cance...

New Molecular Trigger Described for Hypertension, Diabetes

... may explain the development of high blood pressure, diabetes and immune problems, researchers report. Rogue versions of enzymes known as proteases roam the body, clipping off working segments of the receptors that allow insulin to enter cells and do its job, according to a report in the June 30 online...
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Proposal would allow wild animals to roam North America

If Cornell University researchers and their colleagues have their way, cheetahs, lions, elephants, camels and other large wild animals may soon roam parts of North America. "If we only have 10 minutes to present this idea, people think we're nuts," said Harry Greene, professor of ecology and evo...

Animal and plant communication at the ESA Annual Meeting

...ear from other insects to birds and small mammals. One species of bug, however, has exploited this system. These insects, in the family Coreidae, roam freely on one species of Acacia and feed on the plants' leaf tissue. Susan Whitehead of the University of Colorado wanted to know just what makes thes...

City rats loyal to their 'hoods, scientists discover

...udy published this week in the journal Molecular Ecology finds the same is as true for rats as for humans. Although inner city rodents appear to roam freely, most form distinct neighborhoods where they spend the majority of their lives. Like any major city, Baltimore, Md., has many lively neighbo...

Honest crabs, power to the hungry, nice mice and clever meerkats: News from the American Naturalist

... dominant males are in fact the most sociable, often grooming other group members," Schradin says. "It is the smaller and solitary living males, which roam from one group to another, that have the highest testosterone levels." The roaming males try to coerce females to mate, which, as one might imagine, i...

New national park protects world's rarest gorilla

...g an estimated 115 gorillasa third of the Cross River gorilla populationalong with other rare species. Trans-boundary protected areas allow species to roam freely between countries. The creation of Takamanda National Park represents many years of work led by WCS and the Ministry of Forestry and Wildli...

Nations and conservation groups seek plan to protect 'Ghost of the Himalayas'

... Beijing, China (March 6, 2008) Snow leopards the worlds most elusive big cat roam the high mountains across 12 Asian nations, from Afghanistan to Uzbekistan. Representatives from those countries, along with leading big cat experts...

'Genetic corridors' are next step to saving tigers

...and the Panthera Foundation announced plans to establish a 5,000 mile-long genetic corridor from Bhutan to Burma that would allow tiger populations to roam freely across landscapes. The corridor, first announced at the United Nations on January 30th, would span eight countries and represent the largest bl...

IdentiPHI Introduces Biometric Authentication Solution for Citrix Web Interface Environments

...rity purposes. Extending biometric authentication to the native Citrix solution provides an enterprise greater identity assurance as users disconnect, roam and reconnect to previous sessions in different locations, all the while maintaining their opened application session. "Introducing innovative authen...

Threats to wild tigers growing

...se products made from animals farmed at great expense cannot be distinguished from products made from wild tigers. Because tigers must be able to roam over large areas, long-term conservation of the species will need planning that involves religious and civic leaders as well as national and local gov...

Massive herds of animals found to still exist in Southern Sudan

...no buffalo where in 1981 there were estimated to have been 60,000, and only one group of elephants was sighted where some 10,000 had been estimated to roam in the past.” The team did verify the presence of the largest antelope on earth, the Derby eland, in Southern National Park. “This species has gone ex...
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AbelsonTaylor Captures DTC Gold

...rned to New Yorker cartoonist R.O. Blechman, whose distinctive watercolors have graced the covers of the magazine for years. In the TV spot, two women roam around a museum, inspecting the limbs of statues, until they come to a masterpiece -- the Zimmer Gender Knee. The ladies are inspired and amazed at th...

Sheet of carbon atoms acts like a billiard table, physicists find

...silicon, that can be used to develop new kinds of transistors based on quantum physics. Because they encounter no obstacles, the electrons in graphene roam freely across the sheet of carbon, conducting electric charge with extremely low resistance. Study results appear in todays issue of Science . ...

Sheet of carbon atoms acts like a billiard table, physicists find

...silicon, that can be used to develop new kinds of transistors based on quantum physics. Because they encounter no obstacles, the electrons in graphene roam freely across the sheet of carbon, conducting electric charge with extremely low resistance. Study results appear in todays issue of Science . ...

Is it Mobile if it's Wireless at Home?

...rinter. WiFi liberated home networks from troublesome rewiring requirements, and in the process liberated the computer from the desk. Now, laptops can roam the home, enabling a parent to check email at the kitchen counter while supervising the kids' morning routines. A tablet can provide a second screen i...

State wants to encourage industrial biotechnology

...to produce 20 million gallons a year. Since diesel consumer vehicles aren't widely available in the U.S., it will likely be long before biodiesel cars roam the streets, if ever. Commercial vehicles or generators are likely markets. The glycerin, meanwhile, could end up in soaps, hydrogen fuel cells, an...

Can a talent market work inside organizations?

...ome a "Ramblin Man" (and woman). How easy is it for you to move into different roles in your organization? Are you trapped in hierarchy or free to roam the market? Please e-mail Tony DiRomualdo at tdiromualdo@yahoo.com to share your experiences and perspectives. Tony DiRomualdo is a researcher, au...

CIO Leadership Series: Tanya Townsend, Saint Clare's Hospital

...on Regional Medical Center, which is comprised of a tertiary-care hospital, two medical clinics, and a diagnostic and treatment center, caregivers can roam from a clinic to the hospital or to the diagnostic and treatment center and still remain connected to various wireless access points. "It's a huge ...
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