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Vesalio announces it has executed multiple exclusive distribution agreements in Europe, Latin America, Asia and the Middle East and now has market coverage in 39 countries for the NeVa™ Neuro-thrombectomy System.
Along with the increased market and registration activities, Vesalio is expanding... - April 02, 2019 - Vesalio
A collaborative study between a French research team of the University of Rennes and an Indiana-based service dog organization, Medical Mutts, showed that dogs are able to detect an odor collected from patients during an epileptic seizure.
These results will open a large field of research on the odor... - March 29, 2019 - Medical Mutts
Creative Brian Learning After School program provider distributes thousands of fruit pies to students in celebration of PI Day. - March 28, 2019 - Creative Brain Learning
The research paper titled, “Moxibustion Modulates Sympathoexcitatory Cardiovascular Reflex Responses Through Paraventricular Nucleus” is written by Ling Cheng. Moxibustion is a method of treatment, in Chinese medicine. It is a form of heat therapy in which dried plant materials called “moxa”... - March 21, 2019 - Oasis Publishers
During National Kidney Month, Kidney Care Partners celebrates improved care and how resultant reductions in healthcare utilization are benefiting both individuals with kidney failure and taxpayers. - March 18, 2019 - Kidney Care Partners
People carry around a mental picture of the effects of CO2 and other greenhouse gases on our climate and its influence on economic and environmental consequences. This view gives an idea on how to frame an appropriate response – a view that has been informed by how previous generations dealt with... - March 15, 2019 - Oasis Publishers
Americans with CKD are at a higher risk than the general population of developing PAD. - March 14, 2019 - CardioVascular Coalition
Peptide separation is currently a very active research area that has broad applications in proteomics study of therapeutic peptides, analysis of complex synthetic peptide crude mixtures, and optimization of peptides conditions in on-line comprehensive two-dimensional reversed phase liquid chromatography.
Liquid... - March 14, 2019 - Oasis Publishers
BioTork, LLC and Lallemand Biofuels & Distilled Spirits (LBDS) a business unit of Lallemand Inc. are pleased to jointly announce the formalization of a collaboration for the development of improved yeast strains for the ethanol industry.
“BioTork has been working with Lallemand, a world leader... - March 11, 2019 - BioTork
The research papers titled, “Optimism, positive affectivity, and salivary cortisol,” “Humor attenuates the cortisol awakening response in healthy older men” and “Loneliness and Diurnal Salivary Cortisol in Emerging Adults” are written by Julian Chuk Ling Lai. Findings... - March 08, 2019 - Oasis Publishers
TPA Network is pleased to announce the establishment of an industry-focused research consortium to assess the value of emerging medical technologies and health innovations; an initiative that is being met with great interest and support by many leading reinsurance, technology and professional services companies. - March 04, 2019 - TPA Network, Inc.
Humans can distinguish at least one trillion distinct smells, yet many people find it difficult to precisely describe them. Due to this, the world of aroma has traditionally borrowed its language from the other senses. - February 25, 2019 - TEALEAVES
A research paper entitled, “Can Human Instincts Be Controlled?” written by Eric R. Pianka encapsulates the holistic study of human instincts. According to the Cambridge dictionary, instinct is a natural ability that helps one decide what to do or how to act without thinking or it can also... - February 15, 2019 - Oasis Publishers
Research paper published by Xiaohui Zhou entitled “Cardiac support device (ASD) delivers bone marrow stem cells repetitively to epicardium has promising curative effects in advanced heart failure.” Zhou’s work is directly related to heart failure (HF), “a common and multifaceted... - February 14, 2019 - Oasis Publishers
Sanyal Bio has expanded into pre-clinical and clinical contract research on cannabinoids. Sanyal Bio currently holds a DEA Schedule 1 Import License for Cannabis Extracts and THC, with applications pending for Research, Analytical and Manufacturing licenses. IQVIA's DEA Compliance group is well-respected for their expertise and Sanyal Bio looks forward to working with this reputable group going forward. - February 13, 2019 - Sanyal Biotechnology
Retinal Consultants of Arizona & the Retinal Research Institute – one of the nation’s leading retina & vitreous clinical research and patient treatment facilities – is proud to announce that Dr. Pravin U. Dugel has conducted the first stem cell therapy treatment for patients... - February 11, 2019 - Retinal Consultants of Arizona
Academy Medical is pleased to announce that Skye Biologics, a national leader in biotechnology, have joined forces to bring validated BioECM tissue biologics to the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA), Department of Defense, and Department of Health and Human Services medical centers across the country. - February 07, 2019 - Academy Medical
ALPCO awards its January 2019 Diabetes Research Travel Grant to Lisa Volpatti at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. - February 05, 2019 - ALPCO
Dr. Zhen Xie and Dr. Dacheng Ma published a research work titled, “Engineer chimeric Cas9 to expand PAM recognition based on evolutionary information.” In this study, a group of chimeric Cas9 (cCas9) variants were generated. This was done by “replacing the key region in the PAM interaction... - February 05, 2019 - Oasis Publishers
A team from the Kunming Institute of Zoology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences led by Prof. Ya-Ping Zhang & Prof. Zhanshan (Sam) Ma developed a novel hybrid genome assembly technique for the latest third-generation DNA sequencing technologies (3GS). The technique can significantly lower the required... - February 05, 2019 - Oasis Publishers
VOS Digital Media Group has entered into a content distribution agreement with the Mayo Clinic News Network. The Mayo Clinic is Ranked #1 in the country for Best Hospitals and is a nonprofit organization committed to clinical practice, education and research, providing expert, whole-person care to everyone... - January 29, 2019 - VOS Digital Media Group
Regional Taking Control Of Your Diabetes conference provides Seattle area people with diabetes and medical professionals with up-to-date information on diabetes breakthroughs. - January 29, 2019 - Taking Control Of Your Diabetes
AniBot AI applies AI and deep learning technology to modernize the production process for the global animation industry that is expected to be valued at $270 billion by 2020. - January 29, 2019 - AniBot AI
In January 2019, 850 copies of popular science books for teenagers from the charity project, LuckyBooks replenished the funds of children's libraries throughout Ukraine. This was announced by the project initiator, international investor and founder of the IT company Lucky Labs, Sergei Tokarev. - January 24, 2019 - Lucky Labs
Scilligence, a provider of mobile cheminformatics and bioinformatics for the life sciences industry, has joined the Accenture Research Platform Open Partner Ecosystem. The research platform is designed to help software vendors and life sciences companies collaborate more effectively to speed up drug discovery initiatives and enhance patient outcomes. - January 23, 2019 - Scilligence
Operative Experience Inc., (OEI) a company that develops the world’s only hands-in-the-body medical simulators for obstetrics, trauma and surgical training, today announced the launch of TCCS Plus, a military grade, high-fidelity simulator designed to provide hyper-real, clinically-responsive trauma... - January 22, 2019 - Operative Experience, Inc.
The latest real estate development from The Mountain Life Companies has earned the highest of recognition from Green Builder Magazine as winner of The Green Home of The Year. Green Builder Media’s annual Home of the Year and Sustainability Awards recognize the industry’s most authentic, advanced, beautiful, sustainable projects and the professionals who design and construct them. - January 22, 2019 - The Mountain Life Companies
CVMR Energy Metals Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of CVMR Inc. (CVMR®), announced that it has made a major breakthrough in using magnesium as a more efficient and safer alternative to lithium in rechargeable batteries that are used in electric cars and electronic devices. - January 20, 2019 - CVMR Inc.
The research papers, titled, “Efficient autotrophic denitrification performance through integrating the bio-oxidation of Fe(II) and Mn(II),” “Comparison of denitrification performance by bacterium Achromobacter sp. A 14 under different electron donor conditions” and “Effect... - January 09, 2019 - Oasis Publishers
Scintica Instrumentation Inc. is excited to announce their distribution agreement in North America and Europe for Aspect Imaging’s preclinical M-Series™ Compact MRI system. The M-Series™ enable high-resolution 3D imaging without the need for special shielding, cryogens or water connections. Gold standard and affordable MR imaging can now be integrated into individual scientific laboratories, allowing researchers to harness the power and insights of MRI quickly and easily. - January 09, 2019 - Scintica Instrumentation Inc.
Peng-Cheng Ma’s research is titled, “Bio-based oil gelling agent for effective removal of oil spills from water surface.”
The International Tankers Owners Pollution Federation Limited (ITOPF) maintains a database of oil spills from tank vessels, including combined carriers, floating... - January 08, 2019 - Oasis Publishers
Daniel Pouliquen’s research paper is titled, “Characterization of increasing stages of invasiveness identifies stromal/cancer cell crosstalk in rat models of mesothelioma.” Pouliquen obtained his PharmD and a specialized degree in Clinical Biochemistry in 1984. Following a postdoctoral... - January 08, 2019 - Oasis Publishers
New RDE-418D4 Cryocooler Increases Cooling Performance by 20% Compared to Existing Models. - January 05, 2019 - Sumitomo (SHI) Cryogenics of America, Inc.
Dr. T. Theivasanthi releases new analyses about agricultural nano-biofertilizers. Also, she explains about the definition for nano-biofertilizers and techniques to make nano-biofertilizers without adverse effects. - December 31, 2018 - Theivasanthi
Tomokazu Kiyonaga's research paper is titled, “Regioselective chemisorption-induced separate deposition of two types of metal nanoparticles on TiO2.”
A current topic in the field of catalysis is the discovery that gold, dispersed as nanoparticles on metal-oxide supports, such as TiO2, exhibits... - December 29, 2018 - Oasis Publishers
Pancreatic cancer (scientifically known as Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma) is the most common subtype of human pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic tumors are generally hypoxic due to their avascular morphology.
Hypoxia is a condition in which the body or a part of the body is deprived of adequate oxygen... - December 29, 2018 - Oasis Publishers
New analysis of climate data points to a catastrophic cosmic impact in Mesopotamia 4211 years ago. A candidate crater in Iraq has been identified, with ancient city structures presumed to be "Akkad," nearby. A new translation of the Sumerian clay tablet K8538 and satellite data may corroborate this story. - December 24, 2018 - Sethian Expeditions
Cure Dystonia Now (CDN) and the National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association (NSDA) announced a new grant designed to validate an outcome measurement protocol for use with spasmodic dysphonia (SD), a neurological voice disorder. - December 19, 2018 - National Spasmodic Dypshonia Association
Tomiichi Hasegawa research paper titled, “Organic compounds generated after the flow of water through micro-orifices. Were they synthesized?” is based on micro-fluid mechanics.
Micro-fluid mechanics is an essential area of research and the field has not been fully understood yet. This is... - December 19, 2018 - Oasis Publishers
The WHO estimates a global shortage of 4.3 million physicians, attendants, and other health care professionals, with a significantly low percentage of physicians in Saudi, particularly in its private health sector.
These shortfalls in clinical professionals are continually contributing towards a substantial... - December 19, 2018 - Oasis Publishers
Christine Crnek, co-founder, CEO of Arsilica, Inc. announces that MDPI Beverage MDPI Journal has published a significant peer-reviewed technical report on a science-based spirits tasting vessel, which also addresses long-neglected problems related to female nose sensitivity and spirits competition ratings credibility with the generally accepted tulip-shaped glassware. - December 18, 2018 - Arsilica, Inc.
Jwo-Huei Jou is a professor of the Department of Materials Science & Engineering in National Tsinghua University, Taiwan. He received his PhD in Macromolecular Science from the Engineering Program from the University of Michigan in 1986. Later, he worked as a visiting scientist at IBM Almaden Research... - December 12, 2018 - Oasis Publishers
CVMR® delegation from Canada and China visited the Republic of Burundi to discuss their Pre-Feasibility Study on Mukanda with the officials of the Ministery of Hydraulics, Energy and Mines and to map out their full Feasibility Study for Mukanda, Waga and Nyabikere mineral concessions. - December 11, 2018 - CVMR Inc.
Touted as “the neck’s big thing,” South Florida’s Anatomical Architects announced the release of CerviFit 2.0 the World’s First Physician prescribed Tele-Medicine Cervical Rehabilitation System. According to P&S market research, “the tele-medicine market is expected... - December 11, 2018 - Anatomical Architects, Inc.
Until now, all we know is that cancer is a disease of genes and molecules. Researchers across past decades, however, have transfigured our understanding of cancer but not regarding its cause & growth in large part. The application and development of the techniques of molecular biology might have... - December 11, 2018 - Oasis Publishers
Attend the California employment law update at Tam O'Shanter on Dec. 12 and start 2019 off right. The California Unemployment Insurance Council holiday luncheon and toy drive will feature attorney Susan A. Rodriguez speaking about changes to California's employment laws. - December 06, 2018 - Law Offices of Susan A. Rodriguez, APC
Aciont Inc. announced today that data from the clinical study of the DSP-Visulex technology is published online ahead of print in Current Eye Research. Reference: Papangkorn K, Truett KR, Vitale AT, Jhaveri C, Scales DK, Foster CS, Montieth A, Higuchi JW, Brar B, Higuchi WI. Novel dexamethasone sodium phosphate treatment (DSP-Visulex) for noninfectious anterior uveitis: a randomized phase I/II clinical trial. Current Eye Research. - December 06, 2018 - Aciont Inc.
Periphytic Biofilm, comprised of algae, bacteria and nutrients, is widespread in shallow water-sediment system. However, it is unclear for its roles in N cycle, especially in the most complex denitrification process. This restricts the simulation of denitrification rate and N budget calculation.
According... - December 06, 2018 - Oasis Publishers
In spite of enough evidence that right ventricular (RV) function is a critical determinant of the clinical response to a domain of cardiovascular diseases, including systolic heart failure, there has been only a limited evaluation of the peculiar and distinctive physiologic properties of the RV under... - November 29, 2018 - Oasis Publishers
A research group led by Hong Xue at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, unveiled resources & recommendations that propose a new approach for investigator qualification - “analyzing the gene dosage impacts of GABAA receptor β2 subunit gene (Gabrb2) in knockout mice of both heterozygous... - November 27, 2018 - Oasis Publishers