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The Real Power of Positive Thinking

Throughout life, everyone experiences stressors: divorce, the death of a loved one, job loss or financial troubles. How we react to these stressors varies widely and is determined in part by our genetic and inherited emotional make-up – the built-in fear response of “fight or flight.” This reaction (Added: Mon Feb 01 2010)

HT PARP in vivo Pharmacodynamic Assay II

Trevigen announces a validated assay, with higher sensitivity and pre-coated antibody plates to measure the effectiveness of PARP inhibitors in cell and tissue lysates for anticancer drug screening. Pharmacodynamic (PD) assays have recently been developed and employed early in the drug screening (Added: Sun Jan 31 2010)

Plutonic Power Corporation’s New Green Power Projects in Canada

Plutonic Power Corporation announces the beginning of its latest renewable energy plant. With about 24 projects already under their belt Plutonic Power Corporation announced its latest hydro energy plant in an effort to make Canada a self sufficient energy state. Plutonic Power Corporation ha(Added: Sat Jan 30 2010)

Plutonic Developed clean energy projects for Hydro Electricity Power Supply

Using a country’s natural resources is the best way to generate green energy. In British Columbia the abundance of water and wind makes it very feasible to have hydro power plants all over the country to harness these resources. The run of river and wind are two of British Columbia’s blessings. P(Added: Fri Jan 29 2010)

What matters more in a job candidate, experience or personality?

They may not have the ideal years of experience, advanced degrees and strong technical expertise, but they can exhibit clear signs of aptitude and drive and these are two traits that often breed success.

Talented people who continue to develop skills and increase their value to your organization(Added: Fri Jan 29 2010)

MacIntyre Schaffer / Google spyware will help save rainforests.

Armchair detectives to monitor satellite images of rainforests and report any illegal logging, MacIntyre Schaffer. The images will be frequently updated to the new spyware, which means anyone with internet access will be able to make instant comparisons with historical images and spot destruction(Added: Thu Jan 28 2010)

MacIntyre Schaffer - Genetic breakthrough brings cure for Alzheimer.

MacIntyre Schaffer - Genetic mutations that could account for more than one in five cases of Alzheimer’s disease have been found. British scientists have discovered two genes associated with the degenerative illness of the brain and their French colleagues uncovered a third. Having certain varia(Added: Thu Jan 28 2010)

Plutonic Offers - Alternative Energy Investment Opportunity

With the rising costs of energy production and climate changes that are causing people to sit back and think all over the world, Plutonic Power has begun developing greener options for energy. For investors, alternative energy investment can give you large returns. At Plutonic Power Corporation w(Added: Thu Jan 28 2010)

Photovoltaics

Photovoltaic Energy - Solar Panels & Renewable, Sustainable Energy, Sussex, UK - Peter Browne Consultants offer honest, impartial advice on the integration of photovoltaics into residential and commercial properties.(Added: Thu Jan 28 2010)

Online volunteers document 50 000 herbarium specimens from museums across the UK

Volunteers working for the web-based herbarium@home project have reached a milestone with the digitization of their 50 000th herbarium sheet. Working in partnership with museums and universities, the citizen science project aims to unlock the information from herbarium collections hidden away at mus(Added: Thu Jan 28 2010)

CAP REFORM MUST PAY FARMERS FOR ECOSYSTEM SERVICES

27 January 2010: “The fact that landowners and conservationists are now collaborating in trying to ensure that a reformed Common Agricultural Policy will protect and allow sustainable management of the farmed landscape and natural environment is great,” said Professor David Hill of the Environment B(Added: Wed Jan 27 2010)

Gordon Brown could create Britain’s Great Barrier Reef | report ZSL Living Conservation

One of the world’s largest coral atolls, which belongs to Britain, could soon become the biggest marine protected area on Earth. A three-month public consultation is underway to persuade Gordon Brown to protect the Chagos Archipelago a group of 55 tropical British islands, which lie in the heart(Added: Wed Jan 27 2010)

NEW STUDY CALLS FOR A MORE RATIONAL APPROACH TO CANNABIS CONTROL

Tuesday 26th January 2010 Cannabis Policy: Moving Beyond Stalemate NEW STUDY CALLS FOR A MORE RATIONAL APPROACH TO CANNABIS CONTROL 'That which is prohibited cannot easily be regulated' A new book published by the Beckley Foundation and Oxford University Press has concluded that cannab(Added: Tue Jan 26 2010)

AncestrybyDNA Reveals Secrets of Past Heritage

DNA Diagnostics Centre UK has launched AncestrybyDNA™, a unique DNA test that reveals a person's ancestral origins. DNA Diagnostics Centre (“DDC”), a DNA testing services company based in West London, UK, has launched AncestrybyDNA™, a unique DNA test that reveals an individual’s ancestral origin(Added: Tue Jan 26 2010)

Famous London eel is vanishing from the Thames | ZSL London Zoo

Eel populations in the River Thames have crashed to alarmingly low levels, conservationists have revealed. Over the last five years scientists from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) have recorded a 98 per cent drop in the number of European eels within the river. Every year, ZSL’s Tidal(Added: Thu Jan 21 2010)

GVK Biosciences Joins ResearchPoint Global

Austin, Texas and Hyderabad, India; January 13, 2010 - ResearchPoint Global (RPG) announces its newest member, GVK Biosciences (GVK BIO), an India-based, full-service Contract Research Organization (CRO). A leading CRO in Asia, GVK BIO provides RPG with access to an extensive network of experienced (Added: Thu Jan 21 2010)

Stem Cell Market forecast

Stem Cell Markets A stem cell is an extraordinary type of cell that has the ability to self-renew for long periods of time and to differentiate into specialized cells under appropriate physiological or experimental conditions. Traditionally, stem cells have been classified as either embryonic, ad(Added: Thu Jan 21 2010)

Patient gets new teeth in an hour

A land mark procedure was performed by London trained dental surgeon and implantologist Dr Sherryl C Pinto for the first time in Goa, India. A 42 year old patient who had lost her teeth and was intolerant of complete dentures was given a full set of fixed teeth in a procedure that la(Added: Mon Jan 18 2010)

BPL selects Cherwell to enhance microbiological safety

UK-based manufacturer of aseptically filled blood plasma products and part of NHSBT, Bio Products Laboratory (BPL) has further enhanced its environmental monitoring programme by installing bespoke remote SAS microbial air samplers from Cherwell Laboratories. Since plasma products are administered in(Added: Fri Jan 15 2010)

Eighth International Network Conference 2010 (INC2010) in Heidelberg, Germany, 6-8 July 2010

The Eighth International Network Conference (INC2010) will take place in Heidelberg, Germany in 2010. This event will bring together leading researchers, academics and interested parties from industry. The call for paper is open until the 31st of January 2010. The conference will run from the 6-8 Ju(Added: Sun Jan 10 2010)

Future of Open Innovation

From 2003 when Henry Chesbrough established the idea of open innovation, it only have been focusing on the utopian output that open innovation minimize research period, involve common people, access to original knowledge and creativity and can take the advantage of opening-up of an organization. By (Added: Fri Jan 08 2010)

Minimising Risks: Drug Discovery Best Practises for Chief Scientific Officers

Interview with: Malcolm Weir, Founder & CEO, Heptares Therapeutics Malcolm Weir, a speaker at the marcus evans Discovery Summit 2010 addresses some of the challenges facing drug discovery Chief Scientific Officers across Europe. Cannes, France, January 5, 2010 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sta(Added: Tue Jan 05 2010)

Novus Biologicals announce the opening of a new tissue culture laboratory

Cambridge, England (December 23, 2009) - Novus Biologicals, an international supplier of antibodies, biological products and materials to various scientific sectors, announce the opening of their new tissue culture lab in Littleton, Colorado. The tissue culture lab will help Novus to further vali(Added: Mon Jan 04 2010)

Stakeholder Opinions Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation In need of further research and develop

Stakeholder Opinions Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation In need of further research and development Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) has evolved considerably over the past 50 years, driven by developments in stem cell sources, donor identification and conditioning regimens. Now(Added: Mon Jan 04 2010)

Comparative in vivo gene expression of the closely related bacteria Photorhabdus temperata and Xenor

Ruisheng An1, Srinand Sreevatsan2, and Parwinder S. Grewal1* Address: 1Department of Entomology, The Ohio State University, Wooster, OH 44691, USA, 2Department of Veterinary Population Medicine, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN 55108, USA Background: Photorhabdus and Xenorhabdus are Gram-(Added: Sat Jan 02 2010)

health

Bye Bye to Heart Bypass Surgery FIGHT HEART DISEASE WITHOUT SURGERY Chest pain is the commonest feature of dreaded heart disease associated with death due to heart attack. Now there is hope without surgery THE NO FEAR HEART TEST: There is good news for those afraid of angiography due to the wire(Added: Sat Jan 02 2010)

We Plant A Tree for Every Accountancy CV

Recruitment website www.JustAccountancyJobs.com is offering accountants the chance to offset their carbon Christmas tree print, again in 2010 “Christmas is a period of high energy consumption,” says Sacha Deakin, account manager. “Not only are the lights on earlier in buildings, but the UK’s Chri(Added: Fri Jan 01 2010)

Science of Height Research Documented Online, Announces Rondale Publishing

Rondale Publishing announces the Grow Taller Blog, a repository of height-research information and documentation. In collaboration with multiple medical and research facilities around the world, Rondale Publishing officially announced the publication of GrowTallerBlog.com, a veritable “how to gro(Added: Tue Dec 29 2009)

Indian pharmaceutical machinery

Made-from-india.com, a leading trade directory dealing in top pharmaceutical machinery No less than 17,000 pharmaceutical companies dot the Indian Pharmaceutical landscape and India is the fourth largest manufacturer of medicines in the world. So this naturally unleashes tremendous growth opport(Added: Mon Dec 28 2009)

Ensure journal submission of your article with quality English editing by Editage

Ensure journal submission of your article with quality English editing by Editage The best journals are frequently overburdened with article submissions leading to out-of-hand rejection of manuscripts for researchers. No wonder then that being accepted for peer review requires presentation in err(Added: Thu Dec 24 2009)
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