Contact Us

News by Industry


795 total news stories found.


Sciencell To Host Live Webinar On Technical Tips For Successful QPCR
Sciencell To Host Live Webinar On Technical Tips For Successful QPCR
2017-01-21 | Register now to learn tips for successful qPCR, a technique for gene expression profiling
Cookware Made with Scrap Metal Contaminates Food; Study Across 10 Countries Warns of Lead and Other Toxic Metals
Cookware Made with Scrap Metal Contaminates Food; Study Across 10 Countries Warns of Lead and Other Toxic Metals
2017-01-20 | Tests conducted on samples of aluminum cookware made in 10 developing countries show that more than one-third of those pose a lead exposure hazard.
American Health Council Names Kirk Dombrowski, Ph.D. to Education Board
American Health Council Names Kirk Dombrowski, Ph.D. to Education Board
2017-01-18 | Dr. Kirk Dombrowski of The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has been selected to join the Education Board at the American Health Council.
Seven Ways Astronauts Improve Sleep May Help You Snooze Better on Earth
Seven Ways Astronauts Improve Sleep May Help You Snooze Better on Earth
2016-12-16 | The hazards of lost sleep can range from on-the-job errors to chronic disease. People all around the world experience disruptions in circadian rhythm, or the body's natural regulator for sleep and wake cycles based on a 24-hour schedule, every day.
Bioprognos Obtains the CE Marking for its Algorithm to Support the Diagnostic of Lung Cancer
Bioprognos Obtains the CE Marking for its Algorithm to Support the Diagnostic of Lung Cancer
2016-12-16 | Bioprognos obtains the CE Declaration of Conformity for its algorithm to support the diagnostic of lung cancer after complying with the requirements of the European directive on medical devices and implementing a quality management system
Asimov's "Fantastic Voyage" Inspires a Show Stopping VR Medical Animation
Asimov's "Fantastic Voyage" Inspires a Show Stopping VR Medical Animation
2016-12-14 | Scientific Animations leverages the power of Virtual Reality to take viewers on a "glass aquarium" like journey through the human body.
What is Neuroplasticity?
What is Neuroplasticity?
2016-12-13 | The new buzzword in science these days is Neuroplasticity, but what is it exactly?
American Health Council Names Dr. Susan B Stillwell, DNP, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN to Nursing Board
American Health Council Names Dr. Susan B Stillwell, DNP, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN to Nursing Board
2016-12-13 | Dr. Susan B Stillwell, DNP, Associate Dean for Graduate Education at the University of Portland, School of Nursing, has been selected to join the Nursing Board at the American Health Council.
Healthcare Investment in MENA Sees Arab Health & MEDLAB Develop into Stand-Alone Events
Healthcare Investment in MENA Sees Arab Health & MEDLAB Develop into Stand-Alone Events
2016-12-09 | In 2016, Arab Health, the largest healthcare event in the Middle East, featured 4,187 exhibiting companies and will now showcase in excess of 4,400 companies at the 2017 event.
Could an Elixir of Life Exist?
Could an Elixir of Life Exist?
2016-12-06 | Scientists focus on the enormous benefits of Bryophyllum pinnatum
Concierge Medicine Today and Sequencing.com Announce Partnership to Help Physicians Bring Whole Genome Sequencing & Genetic Data to Life via Innovative Apps & Tools
Concierge Medicine Today and Sequencing.com Announce Partnership to Help Physicians Bring Whole Genome Sequencing & Genetic Data to Life via Innovative Apps & Tools
2016-12-01 | New Partnership Provides First-of-its-Kind Solutions for Transforming Genetic Data into Meaningful Information with Concierge Physicians & Sequencing.com at the Forefront of the Personal Genomics Revolution.
American Health Council Names Randa El-Zein, MD, PhD to Education Board
American Health Council Names Randa El-Zein, MD, PhD to Education Board
2016-12-01 | Dr. Randa El-Zein, Scientist and Professor at Houston Methodist Research Institute, has been selected to join the Education Board at the American Health Council.
MNG Laboratories Launches Innovative Carrier Screening Products With The First Ever MNG Carrier Exome
MNG Laboratories Launches Innovative Carrier Screening Products With The First Ever MNG Carrier Exome
2016-11-29 | MNG is a Leader in Molecular and Metabolic Genetic Testing
Juno Biomedical Moving Forward with Regenerative Stroke Treatment
Juno Biomedical Moving Forward with Regenerative Stroke Treatment
2016-11-16 | Silicon Valley Startup Partnering with Promenade Software to Develop CELLTech(TM) Medical Device
The Life Pill: 40 + Heart Defense Supplement Makes First Appearance at Major Science Gathering of Cardiovascular Specialists
The Life Pill: 40 + Heart Defense Supplement Makes First Appearance at Major Science Gathering of Cardiovascular Specialists
2016-11-10 | New product emerges from science's continuous interests in natural treatments
Difass USA a Leader in the Growing Nutraceutical Movement
Difass USA a Leader in the Growing Nutraceutical Movement
2016-11-10 | Consumers shift beyond pharmaceuticals to more natural medicines
Concierge Medicine Today (CMT) Issues Statement of Support For Use and Application of Pharmacogenomics Inside Concierge Medicine
Concierge Medicine Today (CMT) Issues Statement of Support For Use and Application of Pharmacogenomics Inside Concierge Medicine
2016-11-09 | Concierge Medicine Today believes, as do pharmacy organizations, that pharmacogenomics is primed for continued growth.
Huntington Medical Research Institutes Appoints New Vice President of Philanthropy and Director Of Philanthropy
Huntington Medical Research Institutes Appoints New Vice President of Philanthropy and Director Of Philanthropy
2016-11-09 | HMRI has announced the appointment of Allyson Simpson as Vice President of Philanthropy and Susie Silk Berry as Director of Philanthropy.
Clearing the Air in Space: Improving Life Support on International Space Station and For Deep Space Exploration
Clearing the Air in Space: Improving Life Support on International Space Station and For Deep Space Exploration
2016-11-04 | For decades, NASA engineers have been key players in the design, fabrication and testing of the equipment that keeps astronauts safe in space -- on Skylab, SpaceHab and the International Space Station.
Feeling the Rhythm: Studying Circadian Rhythm on the International Space Station
Feeling the Rhythm: Studying Circadian Rhythm on the International Space Station
2016-10-27 | The Circadian Rhythms investigation examines whether long-term spaceflight throws off circadian rhythm in astronauts