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(Date:11/4/2014)...   3D scanner developer targets ... Fuel3D , a developer of 3D scanning solutions, today announced ... (£4 million). This funding builds on the company,s initial $2.6 ... the way for the commercial launch of the company,s consumer ... led by Chimera Partners and will be used to ramp-up ...
(Date:11/4/2014)... Lithuania , Nov. 4, 2014   ... technologies, today announced that the latest version of ... in the Ongoing MINEX evaluation organized ... of fingerprint algorithms using the INCITS 378 fingerprint ... mandatory requirement in public tenders in ...
(Date:11/3/2014)... A University of Colorado Cancer Center study ... Academy of Sciences describes the activity of a ... Interleukin 37 or IL-37. It has been known to ... in the adaptive immune system: IL-37 inhibits the ability ... antigens. , "Knowing this mechanism that underlies IL-37,s effect ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Fuel3D Secures $6.4 Million in Expansion Funding 2Fuel3D Secures $6.4 Million in Expansion Funding 3Neurotechnology Places Second in Ongoing MINEX Ranking for Fingerprint Matching Algorithms 2Neurotechnology Places Second in Ongoing MINEX Ranking for Fingerprint Matching Algorithms 3PNAS: From HIV to cancer, IL-37 regulates immune system 2
... chairman of Singapore A*STAR,s Biomedical Research Council, has received ... cancer research through his discovery of p53 tumour suppressor ... one of the highest accolades from the Royal Society ... endeavour have made an impact on people,s lives worldwide. ...
... ionising radiation with ever better methods sci-entists have ... age. In addition to natural radiation, mankind is exposed ... result from the military and technical use of radioactive ... medical applications, it is necessary to determine even the ...
... Sept. 16, 2008 Researchers at UT ... improve electrical stimulation of nerves by outfitting electrodes ... coating of basic black, formed from carbon nanotubes. ... and transmitted by electrodes, which researchers say is ...
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(Date:11/18/2014)... OpenWorks, one of America’s leading commercial ... Lincoln Guild Invitational. The John C. Lincoln Health Foundation ... Phoenix-area Desert Mission community programs. Open Works was a ... was held at Camelback Golf Club in Scottsdale. More ... of Desert Mission — including a food bank, children's ...
(Date:11/18/2014)... As children head back to school and ... fall as the perfect time to refresh their looks ... County facial plastic surgeon, has observed a trend this ... Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery he has noticed an increase ... surgery procedures. , “Non-invasive cosmetic treatments give my ...
(Date:11/18/2014)... Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter , ... on the verge of burning out are more likely to ... from so-called vital exhaustion -- a toxic combination of fatigue, ... of developing heart disease, researchers report. "In our increasingly ... I think, when that stress is left unchecked for a ...
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(Date:11/17/2014)... HIPAA Secure Now! was voted one ... of the ASCII Group, a membership-based community of independent ... out at this year’s ASCII Success Summit, recognizing members ... helping their peers grow successful businesses. Winners in three ... the Summit on October 23, 2014 in Atlantic City, ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:OpenWorks Sponsors 2014 Lincoln Guild Invitational Golf Tournament Hosted by Scottsdale's Camelback Golf Club 2Health News:Orange County Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Kevin Sadati Observes a New Trend of Non-invasive Cosmetic Surgery Procedures Becoming Increasingly Popular This Fall 2Health News:Orange County Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Kevin Sadati Observes a New Trend of Non-invasive Cosmetic Surgery Procedures Becoming Increasingly Popular This Fall 3Health News:Feeling 'Worn Out'? Your Heart May Pay the Price 2Health News:Feeling 'Worn Out'? Your Heart May Pay the Price 3Health News:Best Anti-Aging Human Growth Hormone Therapy Safely and Naturally Restores Diet Doc Patients to More Youthful Levels 2Health News:Best Anti-Aging Human Growth Hormone Therapy Safely and Naturally Restores Diet Doc Patients to More Youthful Levels 3Health News:The ASCII Group Names HIPAA Secure Now! Esteemed Noble Partner at ASCII Success Summit 2014 2Health News:The ASCII Group Names HIPAA Secure Now! Esteemed Noble Partner at ASCII Success Summit 2014 3
... SCM Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SCMM ; Prime ... Digital World, today announced that its eHeatlh500 mobile ... receive the required certification for use with the new eHealth ... health card in Germany. "With the certification of our mobile ...
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... Leads to Legislative , ... May 18 Today, the Illinois General Assembly passed ... under guardianship without due process. In so doing, ... has been preserved. The bill, HB 2290, will ...
... Now Available for Use in Clinical Trials and Population Health ... vital to health and well-being as a good night,s sleep. ... the National Sleep Foundation -- suffer from chronic sleep problems ... showing correlations between poor or insufficient sleep and disease. Now ...
... an average 1% over two years --- by ... including smoker surcharges.TROY, Mich., May 18 McGraw ... today released the results of its 2009 Southeast ... health benefits and trends for the current year ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:SCM Microsystems' Upgradable Mobile Terminal eHealth500 Receives Certification for German eHealth Program 2Health News:SCM Microsystems' Upgradable Mobile Terminal eHealth500 Receives Certification for German eHealth Program 3Health News:SCM Microsystems' Upgradable Mobile Terminal eHealth500 Receives Certification for German eHealth Program 4Health News:10,000 Bay Area Children Safely Home 2Health News:10,000 Bay Area Children Safely Home 3Health News:Passage of Illinois House Bill 2290 Adds Crucial Due Process Protection Governing Sterilization of Adults With Disabilities 2Health News:Passage of Illinois House Bill 2290 Adds Crucial Due Process Protection Governing Sterilization of Adults With Disabilities 3Health News:QualityMetric Offers Way to Measure the Impact of Sleep Problems on Individuals and Groups 2Health News:McGraw Wentworth Mid-Market Group Benefits Survey Shows Health Care Costs Increasing at 6-Year Low of 5% 2Health News:McGraw Wentworth Mid-Market Group Benefits Survey Shows Health Care Costs Increasing at 6-Year Low of 5% 3