Press Releases with tag "STEM"
Altruistic Leadership Presents...Take-A-Lesson with Kenneth Coleman, Chairman of the Board
Ken Coleman joins host Annalisa Adams-Qualtiere, President of Altruistic Leadership & Ed Harris, Principal Consultant to discuss his leadership journey
BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics Expands Pipeline with the Initiation of a Study for Multiple Sclerosis
Proposed Trial Will Build on NurOwn(TM) Platform to Meet Unmet Needs of Patients with Neurodegenerative Disorders
Grauer School Awarded National Science Foundation Grant to Establish Guitar Building Class
The Grauer School in Encinitas was awarded a grant from The National Science Foundation in collaboration with Purdue University to establish an innovative Guitar Building class
Women Overlooked in Nobels
The 2011 Nobel Prize announcements are now complete and the Rosalind Franklin Society is dismayed that all of the awards in science were again given only to men.
Harvard Bioscience Ranked Massachusetts' #1 Biotech Company in Boston Globe 100
Harvard Bioscience's regenerative medicine devices are used by surgeons and scientists to grow tissues and organs for transplant
Sapling Learning Introduces Online Supplemental Science Program for Texas High Schools
Sapling Learning, a developer of electronic homework and assessment software focused specifically on the sciences, is bringing its supplemental science software into high school classrooms.
New Non-Profit Debuts Workshop for Gay Students in the STEM Fields
Gay STEM students attending the MBLGTACC 2011 at the University of Michigan were treated to the first presentation made by a new non-profit corporation: Out in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, Incorporated (oSTEM, Inc).
Epoque Hotels Announces Partnership with STEM™
The boutique hotels Collection has formed an association with Robert van Eerde and his company
Free Five Minute Consultation on Stem Cell Therapies
Physician and stem cell therapy expert David Steenblock announced today that his clinic is offering free five (5) minute stem cell consultations throughout the month of January (2011.)
Inventor Of The Segway Has Another Bright Idea.
Inventor Dean Kamen helps young engineers light the way to a cleaner future. In his quest for a fundraising idea for FIRST® Robotics teams, he tapped LED manufacturer Cree to produce a 450 lumen light bulb that draws just 7 watts.
Detroit School of Arts Twins Create The Book, Me and My Big Career
Many inner city students fail as they are not driven by their dreams. Often, no one even ask them to dream or verbalize their dreams.
National Lab Day Has STEM Star in Marshall Barnes
One year after the Obama White House announced National Lab Day would be part of the President's inaugural Educate to Innovate initiative, research and development engineer Marshall Barnes has emerged as its brightest and most innovative component.
Upheaval Media Publishes Children’s Book, Me and My Big Career
Students with specific career goals are driven to acquire the credentials necessary to reach their goals. They study and apply enormous effort.
Reasoning Mind To Celebrate 10th Anniversary At Its 2010 Gala
Reasoning Mind will celebrate its 10th Anniversary with a Gala. The event will honor Houston philanthropist Ernie Cockrell, Reasoning Mind’s Chairman Emeritus, and will be hosted by Forrest Hoglund, Chairman of the RM Board of Trustees.
India Stem Cell Conclave 2010 & India Stem Cell Exhibition 2010
A first of its kind exhibition for one and all on Stem Cell Therapy
Create, Collaborate, Cure...educate yourself about the future in medicine
Harvard Bioscience Novel Bioreactor Helps Grow First Functional Lung for Successful Transplant in Collaboration With Dr. Harald Ott and Massachusetts General Hospital
Customized Bioreactor Enables Stem Cell Scientists' Major Advance in Regenerative Medicine, Published in Nature Medicine
Stem Cell Therapies Offer Hope In Mexico
Dr. Omar Gonzalez of Integra Medical Center, located in Tamps, Mexico is just 5 minutes south of the Texas border, offering hope to thousands of patients seeking viable and effective treatments for chronic disease processes.
Beike Biotechnology Receives International Recognition for Quality Control Processes
Leading Chinese Stem Cell Therapy Provider Awarded Three ISO9001 Certifications for Stem Cell Technology Quality Management System
Drexel University College of Medicine First in Region to Evaluate
Drexel University College of Medicine is the firstin the region to participate in a national research study evaluating a stem cell therapy for patients following a heart attack.
PAST Foundation to Team on STEM Programs
Expert anthropologists to Partner on Race to the Top Proposals