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WPSU Debuts New Series; 1st Show Tackles Neuroscience and the Military

"Conversations from Penn State" will also air on the Big Ten Network UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa., May 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Neuroscience is changing the face of modern warfare. "Emotionless warriors" and thought scans of detainees may not be that far in the future. What are the medical and e...

Midbrook Tackles Medical Decontamination

Midbrook, Inc, a Jackson, MI based company, is researching and developing decontamination testing equipment for use in medical facilities. The company also plans to use their extensive knowledge of cleaning and decontamination to develop repeatable processes that deliver consistent results for ...

EXT Life Sciences Announces New Biotech Treatment that Tackles Root Cause of Graying Hair

Breakthrough Comes as Scientific Community Intensifies Anti-Aging Research DETROIT, March 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- EXT Life Sciences, Inc., a biotechnology start-up company spun off from Wayne State University that develops proprietary, targeted antioxidant treatments to slow the aging...

Hampton Roads Ventures Tackles U.S. Healthcare Crisis Community by Community

Medical Office Building Project Provides State-of-the-Art Healthcare for Rural and Urban Communities NORFOLK, Va., March 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Hampton Roads Ventures (HRV), a community development investment firm, employed the federal New Markets Tax Credit ("NMTC") program to provide...

Substance tackles skin cancer from 2 sides

By playing it safe and using a two-pronged attack, a novel designer molecule fights malignant melanoma. It was created and tested by an international team of researchers led by the University of Bonn. On the one hand, the substance is similar to components of viruses and in this way alerts the imm...

NFL Network Tackles Youth Fitness With New National Initiative to 'Keep Gym in School'

Program Includes Partnerships with NFL teams, Cox Communications, The President's Challenge and National Association for Sport and Physical Education Arizona Cardinals, Kansas City Chiefs, New Orleans Saints and Washington Redskins Lend Support to...

CME Publication Tackles a Problem that is a Real Headache for Women

MONTVALE, N.J., May 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Menstrual migraine, a condition that affects 18% of women, is the focus of a new supplement to OBG Management. "Integrating menstrual migraine management into women's healthcare" describes the relationship between hormone fluctuation and migraine, as well...

Anthem Blue Cross Tackles Childhood Obesity in California Through Free BMI Workshops for Pediatric and Family Medicine Health Care Providers

Anthem Blue Cross has invested over $7 million to date in its childhood obesity initiative WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., April 8, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- In recognition of national Public Health Week, Anthem Blue Cross, in collaboration with the California Child Health Disabil...

New conference tackles the tough questions in lung cancer

Lugano, Switzerland, 4th April 2008 Experts from around the world are gathering in Geneva next month at a new conference that aims to improve lung cancer treatment and answer unsolved questions about a disease that kills 1.5 million people each year. The First European Lung Cancer Conference is...

Wounded Warrior Project's Soldier Ride Tackles Texas in the Lone Star State Challenge

- Wounded cyclists to ride on adaptive equipment from San Antonio to Corpus Christi - JACKSONVILLE, Fla., March 6 /PRNewswire/ -- From March 13-16, Wounded Warrior Project's (WWP) Soldier Ride will be in Texas, cycling from San Antonio to Corpus Christi. Presented...
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The First Annual Cervical Cancer/HPV Conference Tackles Controversial Vaccine Issues and Encourages Advocacy

National Cervical Cancer Coalition unites women in joining the fight for education and early detection and prevention of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- More than 80 women and men gathered at the Hyatt R...

Aiming at Multiple Alzheimer's Proteins May be Key to Success

... drugs that might produce harmful interactions, Dr. Weaver's research shows it may be possible to limit these concerns by designing a single drug that tackles several factors." This project has been substantially funded by one of two $1 million "Centennial Awards" from Alzheimer's Disease Research, a progr...

Launch of Highly Targeted Cancer Treatment Tasigna(R) (nilotinib) Offers Potential Lifeline to Ph+ CML Patients Intolerant or Resistant to Existing Therapies, Including Glivec(R) (imatinib)

...Resistant or Intolerant to Prior Treatment in the Chronic (Early) Phase of Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML)(1) - Highly Targeted Nature of Tasigna(R) tackles the Root Cause of CML Whilst Providing an Acceptable Tolerability Profile for Patients(1)(2) - Tasigna Expands CML Portfolio for Novartis, Providing...

Replidyne's Investigational Antibacterial Agent REP3123 Prevents Sporulation in Clostridium difficile

...gh a novel mechanism of action that inhibits growth and targets both sporulation and toxin production, REP3123 could be a future treatment option that tackles the main challenges associated with treating CDAD: high rates of relapse and new outbreaks," stated Kenneth J. Collins, Replidyne's President & CEO. "...
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Rutgers research tackles childhood epilepsy

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. Rutgers researchers have discovered a potential new way to treat childhood epilepsy using a widely available therapeutic drug. Rutgers neuroscientist Gabriella D'Arcangelo and her colleagues have published their research findings in the journal Disease Models and Mechanism...

3-D research model tackles prostate cancer spread

Shirly Sieh, a PhD student at IHBI, is studying the way cancer cells escape from the prostate through the bloodstream to form tumour colonies, most often in the spine and long bones. "It is an innovative study which uses a tissue engineering platform technology developed by IHBI's Professor Diet...

Conference tackles technology needed to address climate change

We have the will but do we have the technology? The second Climate Change Technology Conference (CCTC 2009) is being held May 13 to 15, 2009 at McMaster University to look at developing practical engineering and administrative responses to climate change and global warming. Among the guest spe...

Structural biology spin-out tackles major diseases

A spin out company from basic structural biology, Asterion Ltd., has led to new technology that provides a way of creating therapeutic proteins to tackle major diseases such as cancer, diabetes and infertility. The research was carried out at the University of Sheffield in laboratories supported b...

Research project tackles 'regeneration' gap

Researchers at the McKnight Brain Institute of the University of Florida have initiated a project to treat human brain and other diseases by plundering the secrets of regeneration from creatures with remarkable powers of self-renewal, such as salamanders, newts, starfish and flatworms. Fueled by ...

Research network wins approximately £5.7 million to target human and animal diseases in Africa

...ablishing partnerships with institutions in the developing world, and helping to build capacity in low- and middle-income countries. SACIDS' work tackles a woefully under-resourced and important sector. Most major infectious human diseases have animal origins and up to 80 per cent of emerging infectio...

'The Vision Revolution': Eyes are the source of human 'superpowers'

...ation is received by our brain. (The very same delay, Changizi said, is at the heart of most optical illusions.) In The Vision Revolution, Changizi tackles his four questions with a unique, interdisciplinary perspective. A self-described "square, stick-in-the-mud, pencil-necked scientist," he employs humo...

Queen's researchers shine light on compact fluorescent bulb problems

... it very attractive to the consumer market." The work was carried out at Queen's Centre for Energy and Power Electronics Research (EPowER), which tackles key problems in the area of energy conservation and brings those solutions to industry. PARTEQ Innovations, the technology transfer office of Que...

New book plants seed for biodiverse food production

... in industrialized countries, making us all vulnerable," Thompson says. "Africans still rely on 2,000 plants for their food biodiversity." The book tackles complex issues such as the World Trade Organization's patenting strategies that are "exploiting natural resources," she says. "Biopiracy may be a ...

Athletes not spared from health risks of metabolic syndrome

... COLUMBUS, Ohio College-age football players who gain weight to add power to their blocks and tackles might also be setting themselves up for diabetes and heart disease later in life, a new study suggests. Nearly half of a sample of collegiate offen...
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New Report Tackles the Changing Landscape for Alzheimer's Diagnostics and Treatments

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- MedPredict has published "Thought Leader Insight & Analysis: Alzheimer's Disease," designed to provide critical strategic insight for pharma and biotech companies with a stake in the market for diagnostics and treatments in this disease area. "Given...

Software Company Tackles Energy Shortage Issues

MADISON, WI - At our states current electricity-usage growth rate, we wont have enough power in 15 years, according to the founder of a local educational software company. With a 2.5 percent growth rate, if we dont build more generation, we will not have enough energy to keep the lights on in 15 ye...

Tommy Thompson tackles the private sector in spades

Tommy Thompson, former U.S. Health and Human Services secretary and longtime Wisconsin governor, has plunged head-first into several high-profile executive positions since leaving his Cabinet post in January. Thompson accepted three positions: senior adviser for Big Four accounting firm Deloitte...

Gulbrandsen tackles 'daunting' challenges in Patent Office

Madison, Wis. — As a former attorney and current managing director of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), Carl Gulbrandsen certainly has tackled his share of challenges. But the tasks facing the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and its Public Advisory Committee, for which he re...

Waters Corporation Continues to Meet Today's Challenges for Improved Laboratory Operations with New Products at Pittcon 2009

... collected from minimal sample amounts. Also new to Pittcon is the Waters Xevo TQ MS System, an advanced tandem quadrupole mass spectrometer that tackles the most demanding quantification applications for target compounds at low concentrations in highly complex and diverse samples. Waters Xevo TQ MS Sys...

Solar power game-changer: 'Near perfect' absorption of sunlight, from all angles

...m UV to visible light and infrared, and moves solar power a significant step forward toward economic viability. Lin's new coating also successfully tackles the tricky challenge of angles. Most surfaces and coatings are designed to absorb light i.e., be antireflective and transmit light i.e., allow t...

Springer publishes anthology with the Nanoethics Group

...term issues related to nanotechnologys ethical and social implications. The anthology Nanotechnology and Society: Current and Emerging Ethical Issues tackles such contentious issues as environmental impact, health dangers, medical benefits, intellectual property, professional code of ethics, privacy, intern...

Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News (GEN) Blog: International Students in the United States - A Diminishing Pool of Talent for Biotech?

...otechnology research and industrial activities? Michael Koeris, a graduate student in the department of biomedical engineering at Boston University, tackles these issues today on Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News (GEN) BlogBiotech ( http://www.genengnews.com/blog/item.aspx?id=381 ) While the dec...

Discover Testing Settles the Drinking Water Debate: Tap vs. Bottled

... Website tackles Water Safety, Environmental Concerns With Test Kits, Water Filters and Reusable Bottles MONROVIA, Calif., Sept. 12 /PRNewswire/...

Neah Power Systems A seed stage venture capital model

...g the breakthrough in mobile computing with the technology that Ohlsen dreamed about. Product development is proceeding as planned, and while the firm tackles a host of technical and market challenges, its making solid progress towards having a commercial product on the market as planned. The Neah Power...
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