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Casting the molecular net

...ct that certain books have been bought by the same customers tells you that they have something in common. In the same way biological networks tell us about shared features between different proteins. These help us predicting which kinases are likely to act on them. ...

Computer model maps efficient inoculation of hospital staff in pandemic outbreak

... "ticket strategy" and inspired by the practice of customers taking numbers at a delicatessen, assigned staff members a specific time of day to receive prophylaxis based on a number such as the last digits of their identification badge. Assuming that 75 percent of staff followed the rules, the expected time in...

Double honor recognises world-class science and spin-out success

...evelop the rapid response solutions that solve our customers challenges. This award recognizes their expertise and commitment in making Molecular Profiles a cutting edge global contract research company. Professor Martyn Davies, Chairman and a founder of Molecular Profiles comments "our company was founded ...

University of York and Smith & Nephew unveil new collaboration

...e world class analytical services to help external customers in the medical technology industry to discover and...boration will enable us to provide our services to customers requiring industry level accreditation, opening a new opportunity for us to broaden our external int...

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- Nov. 22, 2006

... management rely on "semantic" models in providing customers with highly targeted access to products. That's "semantic" as in the Semantic Web, the project now underway to foster information exchange by putting documents with computer-processable meaning (semantics) on the Internet so that software agents can ...

Wiley to acquire Blackwell Publishing (Holdings) Ltd.

...eservoir of must-have content will be delivered to customers in print and electronically, advancing our goal of...anced capabilities for the publishing partners and customers of the combined companies." Nigel Blackwell, Chairman of Blackwell Publishing (Holdings) Ltd., sai...

Walgreens and Joslin Diabetes Center form broad alliance to improve diabetes outcomes

...reens and its deep commitment to the health of its customers make it our ideal alliance partner as Joslin striv... the Walgreens pharmacist to be a true partner for customers with diabetes and their physicians, and to enable them to work together toward demonstrable and meas...

Gropep launches new product to support cell culture products business

...2 billion in 2005-06. GroPep's new kit will help customers meet regulatory requirements by making it easier t...t over what was previously available and will help customers who need to make frequent and accurate measurements of LONGTMR3IGF-I to comply with biopharmaceutica...

Impact of forest certification in developing countries examined

..." say the editors. "Now that we have this ability, customers need to put their money where their mouths are and purchase certified products."...

Brownfields may turn green with help from Michigan State research

...se of B20 in the Dodge Ram diesel pickup for fleet customers who use fuel that meets the current military fuel quality specification. "Renewable fuels such as biodiesel can be a home-grown solution to our nation's environmental, energy and economic challenges," said Deborah Morrissett, vice president of regu...

Butterfly farming to help save rain forest

... butterfly pupa that they can ship to one of these customers can be worth between 2 and 5 UK pounds. The creation of a sustainable butterfly farming business would help preserve the local rain forest in two ways. Firstly the local population will have a sustainable business that allows them to turn away from o...

More accurate, quicker diagnoses possible via new Elsevier product

...Path Consult demonstrates Elsevier's commitment to customers by delivering a truly innovative tool for the end user. Our agile development process is designed to maximize this value in minimum time," says Jonathan Clark, Executive Vice President, Technology at Elsevier. Using its established industry leading ...

'Mercury sponge' technology goes from lab to market

...es of the material available, and are working with customers on specific applications," Jones said. EPA estimates that coal-fired power plants contribute about 48 tons of mercury to the United States environment each year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that one in eight women have ...

USPTO Genetic Sequence Database, USGENE, available on STN International

...s a truly innovative concept, and we join with our customers to welcome its arrival on STN with great enthusiasm."...

Elsevier launches Inteleos drug tracking and analysis tool

...tate-of-the-art analysis tools." A select group of customers will have immediate access to Inteleos. The database will be available commercially in May 2006....

STN AnaVist 1.1 offers new options for sharing

... analysis and visualization software that provides customers the ability to share their visualization results with others in their organization through new login IDs for Shared Projects that enable interactive viewing and through new pre-defined Project Reports. The new collaboration feature was added in STN ...

Genomatix improves its coverage of Affymetrix new exon arrays

... as the current ChipInspector is, guaranteeing our customers superior results from raw data all the way into biology. Our pipeline delivers complete results within hours, and such speed is a great value in its own right," Klaus May continues. ChipInspector ExonArray is expected to be released beginning of Q2 ...

Genomatix Microarray Analysis Pipeline achieves Affymetrix GeneChip compatible status

...ip-compatible Applications Program, which provides customers with a broad spectrum of software solutions for biomedical research and development. As a GeneChip-compatible software provider, Genomatix is committed to seamlessly integrating its entire microarray analysis pipeline with the Affymetrix technology. ...

The bioweapon is in the post

...not all of these sequences are dangerous, and some customers may have the clearance to work with those that are...ies from screening orders. Others like to reassure customers who may be worried about commercial confidentiality that their sequence data will remain secret. But...

Pall Corporation presents approach for speeding vaccine production to Shanghai conference

...ading-edge products to meet the demanding needs of customers in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, transfusion medicine, semiconductor, water purification, aerospace and broad industrial markets. Total revenues for fiscal 2005 were $1.9 billion. The Company headquarters is in East Hills, New York with extensive ...

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