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Xradia Launches Website With Stunning 3D Image and Movie Gallery

2009-07-21 | Comprehensive X-ray Imaging Information for Advanced Materials R&D, Biomedical Research, Drilling Feasibility Analysis for Oil and Gas, Nanotechnology, and Semiconductor Package Failure Analysis


Cardax Pharmaceuticals Nominates Clinical Candidate Heptax for Liver Disease; Heptax Ameliorates Inflammation and Oxidative Stress Related to Liver Disease and Metabolic Syndrome

2009-07-20 | Heptax, the Company's lead compound, reduces cholesterol, triglycerides, blood pressure, liver enzymes, and fasting blood glucose levels in animal models of metabolic syndrome and liver disease. It also raised levels of HDL, the "good cholesterol."


New Report: Brazil Able to Compete in Medical Innovation

2009-07-18 | Report outlines Brazil's progress in drug and medical innovation policy


Algalita Marine Research Foundation and Planet Protect Sportswear Launch a series of T-shirts to highlight Plastic Pollution Concerns

2009-07-13 | Planet Protect Sportswear creates new shirts to highlight the concerns of Plastic Pollution in our oceans.


UCI Leads Study Testing A New Way To Learn Math

2009-07-09 | Students in 50 Orange County Schools Will Use Visual Software to Deepen Understanding of Mathematical Concepts


The Family International's Executive Overseers Address the International CESNUR Conference

2009-06-13 | Karen Zerby and Steve Kelly, spiritual and administrative leaders of the Family International, present a paper to the 2009 Conference of the Center for Studies on New Religious Movements


Xradia Adds 3D X-Ray Capabilities To Nanolab Technologies

2009-06-09 | High-Resolution Xradia MicroXCT 3D CT Scanner Provides Insight For NanoLab' s Turn-key Semiconductor Packaging Failure Analysis Offering


Charlene E. McSwain Honored for Excellence in Pharmaceutical and Educational Research

2009-06-04 | Veteran Researcher Monitors Studies on New Drugs


Terence K. Smith Named to Exclusive Membership Organization

2009-06-04 | Cambridge Who's Who honors Terence K. Smith for committed excellence in medical education


Summit Corporate Services and Mederi Therapeutics Finalize Multi-Year Outsourcing Agreement

2009-06-03 | Summit Corporate Services to provide customer service, order processing & fulfillment, product support, inventory management, distribution, invoicing, collections and logistical support for Mederi Therapeutics' Stretta and Secca product lines.


Zeno's Paradoxes Undeniably Solved For The First Time Ever

2009-06-03 | For more than two millennia, the paradoxes conceived by the Sophist Zeno (Zenon) of Elea were considered unsolvable: Impeccably logical arguments that lead to false conclusions.


Laura Bernice Munski, Ph.D., Honored for Excellence in Educational Facility Management

2009-05-29 | Laura Bernice Munski, Ph.D. is Executive Director of the Dakota Science Center, which encourages an interest in science among the local community.


3-D Style Book Commemorates 40th Anniversary of the Space Race and Its Phenomenal Conclusion

2009-05-23 | Announcing the release of an exciting new tactile book, One Small Step," created to celebrate the upcoming fortieth anniversary of man's first walk on the moon.


Personal Injuries from Harmful and Defective Products

2009-05-20 | Product liability law is supposed to ensure that the manufacturer or other provider of goods is responsible for any injuries caused by their defective or dangerous products that are placed into the flow of commerce.


Jennifer A. Lerch Honored by Cambridge Who's Who

2009-05-19 | Jennifer A. Lerch is a research associate in the Administration of Justice department at George Mason University.


Ying Zheng, Ph.D. to be Profiled in Exclusive Registry

2009-05-19 | Dr. Ying Zheng specializes in polymer material synthesis and development and polymer surface modification and analysis.


Sharod McKinney Excels as a Research Technician

2009-05-19 | Sharod McKinney types human papilloma virus variances from clinical samples for Albert Einstein College of Medicine.


Parkinson's Drug Maker Receives Infusion Of Cash

2009-05-15 | A San Diego drug maker is hoping an infusion of research capital will allow it to continue its work in searching for Parkinson's disease treatments.


Mathematical Proof of the Absurdity of the God Concept

2009-05-15 | A mathematical formula based on logarithms now proves undeniably that the God concept is absurd. The formula I named FFG demonstrates mathematically that absolute certainty is absurdity.


APEC Harmonization Center For Life Sciences To Hold Inaugural Ceremony And Workshop

2009-05-07 | The APEC Harmonization Center (AHC), will be hosting its inauguration ceremony and a workshop on multi-regional clinical trials on the 15-18 of June at the Seoul Grand Hilton Hotel.