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(Date:7/9/2015)...  Synaptics Inc. (NASDAQ: SYNA ), a leading developer ... report financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal ... close of market. The company will host a corresponding ... PT (5:00 p.m. ET), during which management may discuss ... live call, analysts and investors should dial 888-455-2260 (conference ...
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(Date:7/7/2015)... June 30, 2015 ... the addition of the "Capacitive Fingerprint Sensors ... To this date, fingerprint sensing technology is ... fingerprint sensors are well developed. This patent landscape ... The domain of capacitive fingerprint sensors ...
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... November 9, 2012 -- The Society of Environmental Toxicology and ... Brix at the its 33rd Annual Meeting, November 11 at ... his Ph.D. at the Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric ... made exceptional contributions to the understanding of fate and effects ...
... by a transport and logistics expert at the University of ... benefits to individual companies and the country if the UK ... to its roads. At 25.25 metres, they would be ... currently permitted in Britain. But they would NOT carry ...
... November 2012: Scientists at the University of Liverpool ... the English Channel have the potential to affect the ... Channel Islands. The study by the University of ... Trust, funded by the Alderney Commission for Renewable Energy, ...
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(Date:8/2/2015)... ... ... A new Phase I research study is looking at a vaccine that hopes ... G. Lucas, M.D. , chief of the division of pediatric hematology/oncology and stem cell ... Hospital and in the UofL Department of Pediatrics . Patients are currently ...
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Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Chinese Health Care Provider Heshoutang Now Give Patients Complimentary Online Healing Options 2Health News:Chinese Health Care Provider Heshoutang Now Give Patients Complimentary Online Healing Options 3Health News:Architects, International Code Council Ink Five-Year Collaborative Agreement 2Health News:Architects, International Code Council Ink Five-Year Collaborative Agreement 3Health News:UofL Physicians Conducting Vaccine Trial for Children with Relapsed Tumors at Kosair Children’s Hospital 2Health News:New Patient Advocate Enhances Natural Health Care 2Health News:Northeast Houston Vein Center Warns Men about Varicose Veins 2Health News:Northeast Houston Vein Center Warns Men about Varicose Veins 3
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... , ADDISON, Texas, July 29, ULURU Inc. ... and best clinical practice will be demonstrated in a hands-on Wound Care ... August 2. In addition, clinical evidence on the treatment of wounds ... meeting. , , Renaat Van den Hooff, President and ...
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