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Indian pharma industry upbeat on WTO drug deal

Hailing the World Trade Organisation (WTO) drug deal as a positive development, the Indian pharmaceutical industry has said it will enable smaller and poorer nations to make full use of the flexibility in the WTO intellectual property rules in order to deal with diseases that ravage their populatio...

Babies Can Comprehend 'Canine' Language

...riences in their lives." Flom spends his time studying how babies perceive emotions, and previously found that they can tell the difference between upbeat and gloomy music. In the new study, Flom and his colleagues recruited 128 infants and toddlers, almost all of whom were white. All of the participa...

FertilityAuthority Introduces E-Newsletter, The Daily Shot

...g "Your daily dose of sanity" to women struggling with fertility issues. Available now, the daily newsletter contains smart, informative and upbeat content. Women with infertility will receive the type of information best girlfriends would share -- ideas for managing treatment, advice on dealing ...

Video: What Are Those Little Red Bumps?

...n because it often raises its ugly head in a person's teens and twenties so this contemporary site will be informative and entertaining because of its upbeat messages and free music and video downloads," said Dr. Alan Fleischer, professor and chair of the department of dermatology at Wake Forest University...

Zix Corporation CEO Provides Corporate Update for Second Quarter 2009

...0.01) to $0.00 per share. With the positive indications of future demand for our services, particularly in the Email Encryption business, I feel very upbeat about the direction in which the business is heading." "In its Email Encryption business, ZixCorp delivered a record $10.0 million in total order...

Bladder Cancer No Longer a Death Sentence

...this," Daniels says. "They had nothing left to offer me." "From the minute I walked into this clinic I had hope." Daniels says the doctors were upbeat and the staff was exceptionally caring. "The treatment was painless and there were no side effects. When I finished the program, my CAT scans were a...

Tessa, of Dancercise Kids, Wins the National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval for New Children's Music CD

...ealthy lessons, so it's gratifying to have the positive impact of this music appreciated by other parents and children." "Dance It!" comprises 15 upbeat tracks with catchy melodies, refreshingly original lyrics and a variety of rhythms that get kids moving and using their imaginations. The songs reinfo...

Emotions of Music Touch Universal Chord

...ogical mechanisms driving the human music obsession." Previous research has determined that babies as young as 5 months old can distinguish between upbeat and gloomy music, providing more evidence that the brain's ability to detect emotion develops early. For this study, researchers trekked to the far...

New Kids' CD Encourages Kids to Get Active and Stay Healthy

...s music out to my fans, and to kids everywhere," says Tessa. "The songs will get any kid up and moving, and the CD includes lots of healthy themes and upbeat styles that keep it fun and interesting for kids and parents alike." Tessa's music goes far beyond the rehashed nursery rhymes or often over-simp...

Taking Care of the Caregiver

...d a page for herself on CarePages.com, and faithfully updated her friends and family on her life and her journey towards a transplant . Her frequent, upbeat posts inspired more than 500 visitors to live life to the fullest, and even to register to be organ donators themselves. And just eight months after ...
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Field Museum provides gold standard for mammal survey

...wn at the time when the collection samples were taken. Although many mammal species are endangered, the Field Museum's Patterson found at least one upbeat message in the assessment project. "It was possible to marshal this much expertise and information and focus it on critical environmental issues," he ...

What farmers think about GM crops

... Farmers are upbeat about genetically modified crops, according to new research funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). A group at the Open Univers...

New carbon calculator conserves forests

... of total greenhouse gases that cause climate change -- more than all the worlds cars, SUVs, trucks, trains and airplanes combined. Sporting a novel, upbeat design, CIs user friendly calculator determines personal or family carbon emissions from home energy, vehicle, travel and diet behaviors, or from an i...
upbeat in Biological Technology

Industry Veterans discuss the "next big thing"

...g technologists discussed how the prospect of a "next big thing" might be "today's big thing," Wi-Fi Networks, Open Source and Web Bloggers. They were upbeat about the beginning of a technology rebound. Their view of the IT industry's commitment to innovation, was highlighted by a debate on how Wi-Fi and di...

How to Quit Your Midwest Technology Job

...ant to thank you for the experience here. Youve been a fantastic manager. (If that is patently untrue, say something less fervent but try to end on an upbeat note.) What do you mean? How could you?! Your #%$# project is due next week! and similar sentiments may follow. If they do, stay very calm and sti...

Biotech Family Reunion Meets in Illinois

...Therefore, that excludes most of the biotech audience that was in the room (as promising and alluring as it sounded). Still, Rauner was a lot more upbeat and uplifting than much of the life science VC community. Steve Burrills presentation clearly enunciated his role as one of biotechs national chee...

VC Community Shares Perspectives on Midwest Life Science Funding

... presenting do start-up and seed-stage funding and it appeared that all five were involved in early stage funding. The mood of the panel generally was upbeat and optimistic, which was nice for a change. Lets hope that the second quarter results paint a better picture. Another good point that was highligh...

Five seed-stage funding groups filling Midwest Life Science void

...arly stage technologies or companies, according to a May 20 article from a University of Illinois publication. Managing director John Banta seems very upbeat about the funds prospects as well as the number of new companies being formed and the quality of their technology. If this was the only early stag...

Local group building Dane County economic development corp.

...task for mid-2006. So far the group has worked with a $175,000 contribution from businessman John Taylor, who was also at last week's breakfast and upbeat about the region's position in the world market. "Singapore has certainly got the tray of sweets and hors d'oeuvres, but we have the core of entrepren...

What makes a "best place to work"?

...nd affinity with each other. The winner, First Choice Dental is a text book example of social cohesion in the workplace. Its workers are nfailingly upbeat and enthusiastic about their employer. They consider each other family and thrive in an egalitarian culture and management style. Everyone is treated ...

RedPrairie: Will they stay, or will they go?

...es was the recommendation of 38.5 percent when they were asked to identify the one thing the state could do to improve the business climate. They were upbeat about job growth over the next 12 months, but when asked about their top business issue, the most frequent response was addressing the labor shortage ...

Regulations designed to protect 'the little guy' are crimping job growth

... spoke this month at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Conference in Milwaukee, where about 450 people attended over two days. Heesen delivered a generally upbeat assessment of venture capital today including some signs that Wisconsin may be losing its VC "flyover" status but closed on a cautionary note. "W...

Sonic closer to turning profit corner

...even for the fourth quarter of 2006, with full year profitability projected for 2007. Chairman and CEO Rimas Buinevicius and CFO Ken Minor released upbeat results for Sonic Foundry's 2006 third quarter in a live Webcast conference utilizing the company's synchronized web presentation system, Mediasite. ...
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