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Equateq Delivers Pharma-Grade DGLA for Skin Health

...o DGLA in the body. Now, with the introduction of a synthesized brand, researchers can experiment with direct inputs of DGLA. "There is a lot of wizardry involved in this, as my team has essentially mimicked processes from within the human body in order to deliver DGLA in a super-pure form," said Equate...
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Tumor wizardry wards off attacks from the immune system

Like the fictional wizard Harry Potter, some cancerous tumors seem capable of wrapping themselves in an invisibility cloak. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that pancreatic tumors hide from the body's immune surveillance by surrounding themselves with ...

Fountain of Youth to be found in the anthill?

...rious arts in the pursuits of "turning back the clock." Yet, we stand in modern times with a span of a century to our name, at most. Technological wizardry abounds, so why do the factors that determine life span still elude us? If you ask Arizona State University researcher Juergen Liebig, he would po...

Duke scientists map imprinted genes in human genome

...y. Were hoping this new roadmap will help us and others find more information about how these genes affect our health and well-being. The technical wizardry needed to find the genes fell to Dr. Alexander Hartemink, the other senior author of the study and an assistant professor in Dukes department of compu...
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Wireless wizardry coming to the small screen

Stop the talking, and start the browsing, game playing, searching, texting, and buying. If you haven't done it yet, you will soon, as marketers try to engage and connect with you via your cell phone. With an estimated 2.5 billion mobile phones in use in over 210 countries worldwide, according...

Brand protection in the age of customer engagement

...r existing brand equity while positioning you to survive new consumer-based attacks on your brand. Previous articles by Paul Gibler Wireless wizardry coming to the small screen Paul Gibler: Podcasts time, place, and player shifted media Paul Gibler: Virtual communities make online conne...

On the case: Web lessons for connecting with customers

...re article in Buzz Networks. Previous articles by Paul Gibler Paul Gibler: Brand protection in the age of customer engagement Wireless wizardry coming to the small screen Paul Gibler: Podcasts - time, place, and player shifted media Paul Gibler: Virtual communities make online conn...

Outflanking the Google, Yahoo, MSN juggernaut

...ul Gibler: On the case: Web lessons for connecting with customers Paul Gibler: Brand protection in the age of customer engagement Wireless wizardry coming to the small screen Paul Gibler: Podcasts - time, place, and player shifted media Paul Gibler: Virtual communities make online conn...

Online retailing "tango" is adding some steps

...ul Gibler: On the case: Web lessons for connecting with customers Paul Gibler: Brand protection in the age of customer engagement Wireless wizardry coming to the small screen Paul Gibler: Podcasts - time, place, and player shifted media Paul Gibler: Virtual communities make online conn...
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