Press Releases Under "Science and Research"
Pathology Diagnostics Ltd (PDL) Presence at Dako Symposium Strengthens Industry Connections
Senior technical management staff from Pathology Diagnostics attended the recent DakoLink-UP Scientific Symposium held in York in June 2014. Their presence strengthened connections already in place with Dako staff, and highlighted similarities in qua
Health Hackfest 2014 - Brussels, Belgium
The winner of the Health Hackfest 2014 held June 4-5 in Brussels was Health Hack HU - a health application which indicates whether a person who takes certain drugs is allowed to eat certain types of food.
Dutch Archaeologist Confirms: Remains of Wooden Structure and Pottery Found on Mount Ararat, Turkey
In March, a team consisting of Turkish, Dutch and Belgian members found wood remains and pottery at an altitude of 4,000 meters on Mt Ararat, Turkey. They calls for community support for a follow-up scientific investigation in September this year.
Biosurfactants Market - Global Scenario, Raw Material and Consumption Trends, Industry Analysis, Size, Share and Forecasts, 2011 - 2018
Transparency Market Research has announced the addition of the "Biosurfactants Market - Global Scenario, Raw Material and Consumption Trends, Industry Analysis, Size, Share and Forecasts, 2011 - 2018" report to their offering.
Meyer Instruments- the Ideal Place to Buy Microscopes
Meyer Instruments is best choice in case you need to purchase microscopes for various purposes. They are professional and give great importance to even the finer details. Increasing the efficiency in the process.
Organomation Upgrades Sample Holder in Popular Lab Evaporator
Organomation continues to improve their popular N-EVAP personal evaporator product line
Superbugs: A Challenge for Scientific Research - Medcrave Online Publishing
There are indeed limitless topics of high interest in Microbiology, allow me however to open the discussion with one of the most important ones for public health worldwide: The emergence and spread of multi-drug-resistant pathogenic bacteria...
3D Printing: Next Revolution In Multi-Material Fabricated Parts, Registration Now Open, February 17-19, 2015; Las Vegas, NV
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Gamry Instruments to Exhibit at Power Sources Conference
Gamry Instruments is proud to be an exhibitor at the 46th Power Sources Conference, known as the best possible conference for meeting key influencers in the power source arena.
Scope Launches InDEXr, An Indexing Solution to Enhance Search Precision
Scope e-Knowledge Center (Scope), a leading provider of knowledge services and a Quatrro Global Services company, has announced the launch of its indexing solution InDEXr. InDEXr is the latest addition to the list of platform-based servi
The Koyal Group InfoMag News on Antarctic Glaciers Melting "Past Point-of-no-Return"
Western Antartica's immense glaciers are melting fast and giving up ice to the sea at a rate that is considered already past "the point of no return," according to recent research work done by two different groups of scientists.
Medcom Kinetics Launches New Web Presence
Medcom Kinetics, a content and digital applications development company, launches New Web Presence
Multiple Uses of Freezer Boxes
Freezer boxes are necessary in laboratories irrespective of the strain of scientific exclusivity pursued in the laboratory.
Perinatal Stem Cells, From The Placenta The Elixir Of Youth. In San Francisco, International Society Launched
The International Perinatal Stem Cell Society - IPSCS officially launched on Wednesday, May 7th, in San Francisco. Perinatal stem cells have the potential to treat degenerative diseases contributing to extend or improve the quality of life.
Scientific Publishing Finally Joins the Internet Age
F1000Research publishes an attempted replication of a controversial finding highlighting the importance of publishing science in a completely open and transparent way
Can Singing Mice Help People Communicate?
Imagine if mice could talk. Fortunately for us, they can't. However, there is a certain species of mouse that can communicate through squeaks! The gene that makes them squeak is also in humans and can help in speech disorder research.
Triangle Based Engineering Firm Selected to Create GIS Inventory
Duncklee & Dunham was selected by the town of Sanford NC to prepare a base GIS inventory of a portion of the downtown area.
MedCity - Great News, But How Will It Be Staffed?
A few weeks ago, Boris Johnson launched MedCity. However, there has not yet been an announcement on how it will be implemented and staffed.
Elsevier Publishes a Scientific Textbook About a New Mathematical Discovery Found in a Near-death Experience
This new geometric structure matches the dynamics of living and life-like systems and has applications in general systems theory, universal systems modelling, human clinical molecular genetics modelling, medical informatics, astrobiology and others.
Tomsk Scientists Have Developed a Nanoceramic Analog of the Natural Bones
The scientists of Tomsk State University have completed the development of prostheses to replace small finger joints, using a nanoceramic material.
Leaving A Legacy? Honoring Someone Important? We Have Your Answer.
When choosing a gift for an event, or holiday, there is now an option that makes both the giver and receiver look more intelligent.
LDC Forms Early Drug Discovery Alliance with Daiichi Sankyo
Utilizing shared compound libraries for novel LDC targets.lead discovery center, ldc, daiichi sankyo
Florida Health Equity Research Institute Established to Identify and Address Health Disparities
Collaboration of Florida's largest universities and health and government organizations serve as the go-to resource for Florida health equity researchers, students, healthcare professionals and the community.
Gamry Instruments Launches New Online Shopping Site
Electrochemical Instruments hardware, parts and accessories now available online from Gamry Instruments.
Communication Instead of Collision: Research Project Focuses on the Interaction Between Cyclists and Drivers
As an important contribution to traffic safety, the communication between cyclists and motor vehicle drivers is currently being examined by a scientific project under way in Vienna.