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Investigating Life in Extreme Environments report gives hints on facts of life

...Improve the information exchange, coordination and networking of the European community involved in scientific activities in extreme environments. The report also includes recommendations specific to i) Microbial life, ii) Life Strategy of plants, iii) Life Strategy of animals and iv) Human adaptation....

UD awarded $11M for osteoarthritis research and unique mentoring program for women scientists

...ssisting with the development of a strong internal networking and support system for women faculty in science and engineering. Professional development workshops, establishment of a faculty ombudswoman and University-wide presentations on gender issues, including promotion and tenure, are being planned. Women...

New impetus through networking

...unding period. Priority Programmes facilitate the networking of German and international research activities in well-defined, promising subject areas and promote the further development of research by means of coordinated, geographically distributed funding in novel areas. Priority Programmes generally run for...

Joint research on poverty-related diseases

...the objectives of the initiative are the long-term networking of German and African research and the stabilisation of the professional careers of young African researchers. Infectious diseases cost the lives of several million people each year. Large parts of the African continent are hit especially hard. Wh...

AACR Annual Meeting showcases significant developments in understanding and targeting cancers

... tour of poster displays and exhibits as well as a networking reception. Many of these high school students will be paired with mentors among the AACR membership for guidance and education. "Over the last 100 years, the AACR has been privileged to be an integral part of the scientific discussion surrounding c...

Pacific Rim researchers to collaborate on distributed bioinformatics analysis of avian flu

...Hawaii will use bioinformatics, grid computing and networking infrastructure, as well as collaborative ties to Asian institutions to learn more about avian flu, in hopes of helping to head off a much-feared pandemic in the region of the world where the disease has already cost human lives. "We will use moder...

38 minority scientists receive travel fellowships to Experimental Biology 2007 in D.C.

...ors themselves. The program provides many career networking opportunities. The mentor introduces the fellow to other established scientists at the conference, and the fellows meet other minority students at an orientation and reception for current and past travel fellows. APS also invites fellows to career wo...

EMBO Installation Grants help scientists get set up in Europe

...viding them with a range of career development and networking support. This first application round for EMBO Installation Grants was highly competitive and the successful candidates were handpicked by a committee of EMBO Members for the high standard of their research. By bringing this level of scientific tal...

NJIT women scientists and engineers use new information technologies to tackle isolation on campus

...t these communities using traditional face-to-face networking strategies in combination with 21st--century pervasive information technology. We want to see whether we can use location-aware mobile communication systems (called P3 tools) to increase information flow among collaborators who are housed in differen...

Kentucky first state to match federal SBIR-STTR Phase 1 and Phase 2 grants

...lp develop an online database that will serve as a networking tool and as a means of attracting outside investments. The searchable database will contain information about Kentucky's leading science and technology innovators and can be used by companies and investors to facilitate existing and new business oppo...

Europe's best young group leaders win EMBO support

...r first independent laboratories. Benefits include networking support through a mentorship programme, annual meeting and lab exchanges, as well as professional training and an annual award of 15,000 euro. The programme has been promoting outstanding young group leaders in Europe since 2000. Currently it support...

Europe's leading life science researchers are to convene for the first annual EuroBioForum

...r with the European Commission, will also act as a networking event and facilitate brokerage between researchers and funders. Top speakers from within life sciences such as Frank Gannon, executive director of the European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO), will be present at a roundtable discussion on the f...

2006 National Soybean Rust Symposium deadlines approaching

...e over the past few years, and provide a forum for networking and visioning. The full symposium program is available at www.apsnet.org/online/sbr . The early registration deadline is October 20, 2006. Attendees who register by the early registration deadline will save $70 on registration fees. To register,...

Conference supports minority students to pursue biomedical careers

...re professional development workshops and numerous networking opportunities with hundreds of faculty and administrators from graduate schools, government agencies, scientific societies and foundations expected to attend. Students presenting research at the meeting will also be competing for awards. After bein...

Yale-BioHaven Entrepreneurship Seminar: 454 Life Sciences aiming for the $10K Human Genome

...d its impact on our ecosystems. Refreshments and networking follow the seminar from 5 to 7 p.m. Registration is free, but advance RSVP to Larry Banks at larry.banks@yale.edu or the Yale Office of Cooperative Research at 203-436-8096 is required. Directions to the event are available online at http://info.m...

Yale BioHaven Entrepreneurship Seminars begin with TheraLogics

...el for translating technologies. Refreshments and networking will follow the seminar from 5 to 7 p.m. Registration is free, but advance RSVP to Larry Banks at larry.banks@yale.edu or the Yale Office of Cooperative Research at 203-436-8096 is required. Directions to the event are available on line at http://...

Amphibian declines, disease ecology, biodiversity are highlighted at conference

... lush landscape conducive to recreation and social networking over an arid landscape. Weds, Aug. 9, 5:00-6:30 p.m., Exhibit Hall, Ballroom Level . Unifying Theories in Community Ecology A scientific field matures as its theoretical underpinnings consolidate around unified theories. Ecologists Sam Schei...

Improving livestock health, trade and human livelihoods in Africa

...veloped and applied a range of lobbying, advocacy, networking and learning methods within an overall strategy which recognized the overtly political nature of the policy process," write the authors. As such, they developed specific changes in policy and used a change-oriented management style, which encouraged ...

A new look at the state of the oceans

...Portugal. The long term goal of the project is the networking of all data bases and their integration into the existing World Data Centre for Marine Environmental Sciences (WDC-MARE). This data centre represents a virtual institute and is administered by the Alfred Wegener Institute and the Centre for Marine En...

Stevens' Disruptive Technologies Roundtable Series discusses SPOC

...sniewski. "Our intention is to provide a forum for networking and promoting interaction among industry, the investment community, and the university, leading to joint innovation and enterprise."...

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(Date:11/21/2014)... 2014 C-Labs LLC, a leading provider of ... (IoT), today announced the appointment of John Traynor ... a strategic advisor to the firm, Mr. Traynor will ... is based out of the C-Labs office in ... Chris Muench , Chief Executive Officer. Photo ...
(Date:11/18/2014)... 2014   EyeLock Inc. , a market ... MorphoTrust USA (Safran), a leading U.S. provider ... strategic partnership to offer comprehensive biometric identity solutions ... airport screening and financial services markets. ... consumers through a nationwide network of 1,100 IdentoGO® ...
(Date:11/7/2014)... associate professor, biomedical engineering, in the Grove School ... York, have identified a molecule that could lead ... aggressive forms of breast cancer. , Triple negative ... owing to aggressive proliferation and metastasis and a ... team, discovered the overexpression of intercellular adhesion molecule-1 ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):C-Labs Names Former Microsoft and Bsquare Executive as Chief Operating Officer 2EyeLock, MorphoTrust Form Strategic Partnership to Pursue Commercial Enterprise Deployments 2EyeLock, MorphoTrust Form Strategic Partnership to Pursue Commercial Enterprise Deployments 3
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