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Imcayper popular

Venta de caños,perfiles,sometidos al más alto control de calidad. Tubos de acero al carbono,caños de acero con costura para la conducción,perfiles abiertos de acero para uso estructural.(Added: Wed Oct 10 2007)

Abbott's psoriasis biologic heads for Phase III popular

Abbott plans to begin Phase III studies with its injectable psoriasis biologic, ABT-874, later this year following the presentation of positive results at the World Congress of Dermatology in Buenos Aires, Argentina, last week. Results from a Phase II extension study on ABT-874, conducted in patien(Added: Mon Oct 08 2007)

CrypticThinking.com Posts New Evidence to Support Ancient Astronaut Theory popular

Ancient astronaut theory died several decades ago when archaeologists demonstrated that primitive humans could have constructed large stone edifices without extraterrestrial help, but it may have been a premature death. Morten St. George, creator of the In Search of Extraterrestrial Intellig(Added: Sat Oct 06 2007)

Rare and deadly snake pictures released popular

Based in South Africa Africapic.com is a fairly unique stock library, in that they offer users the ability to use their images for free on the web. Users are required to copy certain code and the images will then display wherever the code is placed. They have developed some advanced technology, inte(Added: Fri Oct 05 2007)

Metoc manages investigation of the marine environment and seabed habitats of the Dogger Bank offshor popular

Metoc manages investigation of the marine environment and seabed habitats of the Dogger Bank offshore draft SAC Metoc has won a contract from the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) to manage a research project, which includes geomorphological and biological surveys of the Dogger Bank draf(Added: Thu Oct 04 2007)

TRI-AIR DEVELOPMENTS DEVELOPS NEW EFFICIENT NON-THERMAL PLASMA CELL

Tri-Air Developments Limited announces the further improvement of a key component of its patented Plasmalyser technology. Tri-Air has developed a new, efficient non-thermal plasma cell. The invention improves the efficiency of the non-thermal plasma cell by increasing the time that air for treatme(Added: Thu Oct 04 2007)

Sword Swallower Receives 2007 Ig Nobel Prize in Medicine popular

CAMBRIDGE, MA -- On October 4, 2007, Dan Meyer became the first sword swallower to ever receive the infamous Ig Nobel Prize when he was presented the 2007 Ig Nobel Prize in Medicine at Thursday’s Ig Nobel Awards Ceremony at Harvard University. Meyer is co-author of a year-long research study articl(Added: Wed Oct 03 2007)

AEgis Technologies Group Announces the Release of acslXtreme Version 2.4 Software popular

Huntsville, AL October 3, 2007 -- The AEgis Technologies Group, Inc., a leading supplier of simulation software, training, and engineering services to the international modeling and simulation community, announces the release of the acslXtreme Version 2.4. acslXtreme is used extensively in the pharm(Added: Tue Oct 02 2007)

DNA Solutions preserving the Elephant population popular

DNA Solutions based in London, UK, is pleased to announce that it has agreed to work together with Fauna & Flora International, the world's oldest conservation organisation, in using DNA fingerprinting to monitor elephant populations in Cambodia's Cardamom Mountains with the help of our scientists. (Added: Mon Oct 01 2007)

Do people have an intuitive understanding of how thinking develops? popular

My colleague Zak Stein (who is doing his doctoral work at Harvard) and I are studying how people think about how thinking develops. To study this question, we've developed a puzzle called the Sort Task Challenge. We think it's the most fun you can have while contributing to psychological resea(Added: Mon Oct 01 2007)

paranormal team spooked at the scotlands secret bunker popular

report Time of arrival was 21.00 and we were greeted by the manager mairi and was given a general tour of the building. On our initial walk round it was recorded at 21.10 that Annemarie could sense activity and the presence of a male figure although at this point the name was still unclear. Dav(Added: Sun Sep 30 2007)

ArcaMax Publishing to Donate Proceeds to Reading Is Fundamental popular

ArcaMax Publishing will contribute 20 percent of all ad-free newsletter contributions to the Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) charity. “This is a great opportunity to help promote children's literacy across the country,” said Scott Wolf, ArcaMax president & CEO. “Reading Is Fundamental has devoted (Added: Tue Sep 25 2007)

Science Prospects.com Launches – September 2007 popular

Reading, UK, September 2007: ScienceProspects.com is a new jobs board totally dedicated to the science industry, advertising vacancies across a wide range of scientific industry sectors, including, among many others, analytical chemistry positions, biochemistry, biotechnology, cardiology, climatolog(Added: Mon Sep 24 2007)

Santé Mer International Symposium to be held in Normandy popular

The Santé Mer International Symposium will be held in Granville (in Lower Normandy, north-western France) for the fourth time on 4–5 October 2007. The event will bring together scientists, manufacturers and producers involved in the development of animal and vegetal marine resources. Ireland will be(Added: Wed Sep 19 2007)

DNA Solutions Appoint Middle East Agent popular

DNA Solutions PTY Ltd. is pleased to announce that it has acquired a new distributor! EBT, a company based in Dubai, UAE, has won the rights as the key distributor for DNA Solution's products in the Middle Eastern market as well as India as of September, 2007. "DNA Solutions are delighted about EBT (Added: Wed Sep 19 2007)

Doctors beat government’s clothing guidelines by dumping ties for bow ties popular

Many doctors seem to have jumped the gun on government plans to tackle hospital infections, with some having already replaced their ties with bow ties. Yesterday (Monday 17th September) the Department of Health announced a series of new clothing guidelines, including the end of doctors’ white coa(Added: Tue Sep 18 2007)

Next Generation Vehicle went public in Frankfurt: The truth about tomorrow´s cars popular

On September 12, during the IAA 2007 in Frankfurt, Next Generation Vehicle gave a press conference at the Marriott Hotel. The event gave a presentation of the project and its implications for tomorrow´s cars. Next Generation Vehicle is a joint research project and includes the following partners: Au(Added: Tue Sep 18 2007)

French nanotechnology boosted by US and Japanese investment popular

17 September 2007 – More and more companies from the USA and Japan are investing and launching partnerships in France to take advantage of its cutting-edge nanotechnology expertise. Minalogic, in Grenoble, is among the fast-growing high-tech clusters that are at the forefront of micro-nanotechnology(Added: Mon Sep 17 2007)

BRITONS PUT WORLD HEALTH BEFORE GLOBAL WARMING popular

BRITONS PUT WORLD HEALTH BEFORE GLOBAL WARMING Poll calls for greater international research collaboration Cambridge, UK: 12 September, 2007 – Over one third of UK citizens feel that scientists need to invest more time and receive more funding to help find cures for major diseases, ahead of al(Added: Wed Sep 12 2007)

New Wall Chart for Family Ancestry in Arabic popular

Dubai: 12/09/2007-Eastern Biotech & Life Sciences is set to launch a new Wall Chart of DNA Ancestry services to the people of the Middle East to help them invent their deep ancestors from 150,000 years ago. The roots of this tree lie more than 100,000 years in the past, at a time when our hunter-gat(Added: Wed Sep 12 2007)

GritTec laboratory updates speaker identification technology. popular

Automatic text independent speaker identification technology is intended for automatic identification of a speech signal of unknown voice by paired comparing with 'speaker cards', existing in the database of system. Comparison is conducted by calculation of 'true' and 'false' spots (spots of corres(Added: Mon Sep 10 2007)

CrypticThinking.com Posts New Evidence to Support Ancient Astronaut popular

Ancient astronaut theory died several decades ago when archaeologists demonstrated that primitive humans could have constructed large stone edifices without extraterrestrial help, but it may have been a premature death. Morten St. George, creator of the In Search of Extraterrestrial Intellig(Added: Sat Sep 08 2007)

MBO mooted at Premier Research popular

Managers at UK CRO Premier Research (Crowthorne, Berkshire) have approached its board about the possibility of making an offer for the company. Premier Research said it had received “a very preliminary approach” by certain members of its executive management team, and there was no guarantee that it (Added: Fri Sep 07 2007)

Former Dutch regulator joins PAREXEL popular

PAREXEL International (Boston, Massachusetts) has appointed Dr Hans Van Bronswijk as principal consultant in PAREXEL Consulting’s European drug development practice. He will be responsible for advising clients on all aspects of clinical development and regulatory affairs. Dr Van Bronswijk was head (Added: Mon Sep 03 2007)

Charles River builds preclinical lab in Quebec popular

Charles River Laboratories International (Wilmington, Massachusetts) is to build a new 300,000 sq ft preclinical facility in the recently constructed Sherbrooke Biomedical Park in Quebec, Canada. The project is being supported by the Quebec government. The first phase will involve construction of a(Added: Fri Aug 31 2007)

IMGENEX Exclusive North America Distributor for Dendritics popular

SanDiego,CA- August 25, 2007 - IMGENEX is pleased to announce that it has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Dendritics SAS (Dardilly, France) to make their portfolio of highly characterized and validated monoclonal Dendritic cell research antibodies available to researchers in North Am(Added: Wed Aug 29 2007)

Tissue Micro arrays : A powerful solution for Biomarker validation popular

San Diego, CA - August 25, 2007 – IMGENEX is excited to announce the availability of patient survival data for 25 of their most popular slides. This information will enable researchers to identify important prognostic markers and biomarker clusters for characterization of disease progression and pat(Added: Wed Aug 29 2007)

PPD names biostatistics V-P popular

PPD (Wilmington, North Carolina) has promoted Dr Susan Atkinson to senior vice-president of global biostatistics and data management. Her new role will encompass electronic data capture operations, and the company’s CSS Informatics and medical device divisions. Dr Atkinson previously oversaw Pha(Added: Tue Aug 21 2007)

A new simple Sound Level Meter meeting the latest standards from Cirrus Research plc popular

Cirrus Research plc introduce a new simple Sound Level Meter that is the ideal tool for basic noise level testing. The CR:306 is the ideal instrument for basic noise surveys and can be used for measurements such as vehicle noise checks, workplace spot checks, fire alarms and audible warning syste(Added: Tue Aug 21 2007)

Les Robinson takes Associative Remote Viewing at The Monroe Institute popular

Les Robinson takes Associative Remote Viewing at The Monroe Institute Intuitive Investing Workshop This is an intensive 4-day workshop that teaches you how to use Associative Remote Viewing as an intuitive forecasting strategy and then as an aide to investment decision-making based on the us(Added: Thu Aug 16 2007)
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