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Tuesday 19th March 2019

Physicians’ Education Resource® to Host First Annual International Congress on the Future of Neurology™

The first-of-its-kind continuing medical education-certified conference will feature 25 world-renowned experts across multiple therapeutic areas Physicians’ Education Resource® (PER®), a worldwide leading resource for continuing medical education (CME), will host the first annual International Congress on the Future of Neurology™ conferenc...


Medbridge Transport Partners with Houston Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASC) to Provide Outpatient Transportation

Local partnership solves major social determinant of health while improving ACS Revenue Patient no-shows are a costly problem for any ambulatory surgical center. Unfortunately, while some facilities are better at managing this issue than others, it continues to be a common and universal concern. One patient no-show a day can cost $26,000 a year in idle...

Delaware Innovation Space Launches First Fund Investment Program

Up to $75,000 in value per company available to accelerate early stage science startups First Fund provides early stage startups with critical funding to easily and quickly access Delaware Innovation Space’s business building expertise, core programs, scientific equipment, and extensive multi-use wet laboratories. Eligible startups can each...


Alcohol Dependency Curbed by Reversibly Inhibiting Specific Neurons

Scripps Research scientists have succeeded in switching off addiction-like behaviors and reducing physical withdrawal symptoms in alcohol-dependent rats, by using a laser-based technique known as optogenetics to reversibly disable a specific set of neurons in the brain. The findings could lead to new targeted drug treatments or gene therapy approaches to treating alcohol abuse disorder in people. ...

Theranos Whistleblower Tyler Shultz to Participate in Keynote Interview at DeviceTalks Boston

At DeviceTalks Boston, Tyler Shultz will give attendees an inside look at Theranos and how he was able to sound the alarm after he realized the company was falling apart. DeviceTalks is excited to announce that Tyler Shultz will be the closing keynote speaker at DeviceTalks Boston. Shultz will take attendees behind the story that eve...

ProcessWeaver’s Enterprise Centralized Shipping (ECS) Named FedEx Compatible Diamond Tier Award

For the sixth consecutive year FedEx presented its top-tier recognition to ProcessWeaver for their next generation shipping platform, and for maintaining certified compliance and a high level of customer satisfaction and retention. RICHARDSON, Texas (PRWEB) March 19, 2019 ProcessWeaver announced today that its global, multi-modal Enterprise Centralized Shipping (ECS) shipping software was present...

Waters Addresses Increasing Demands for Higher Performing Materials with New TA Innovations at Pittcon

Additionally, Waters Spotlights Biopharmaceutical Solutions with Pittcon Debut of the BioAccord System Waters Corporation (NYSE:WAT) today announced the availability of a range of new TA Instruments™ innovations headlined by the Discovery™ Thermomechanical Analyzer (TMA) 450, a

Medios AG introduces new analytical method for identifying counterfeit drugs

DGAP-News: Medios AG / Key word(s): Miscellaneous 19.03.2019 / 11:00 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Corporate News Medios AG introduces new analytical method for identifying counterfeit drugs Foundation of subsidiary Medios Analytics GmbH as part of the market roll-out Optimisation of organisation through combination of all the Medios Group's...

Light Activity Lowers Cardiovascular Risk in Older Women

The prospective trial, which used objectively measured movement, found that the performance of regular household tasks was associated with significant reductions in cardiovascular risk. Medscape Medical News

Metatron Announces Second Mobile Game App with Krave and a New Keto Diet App

Metatron (OTC: MRNJ), a mobile and web technology pioneer having developed over 2,000 apps on iTunes and Google Play, is pleased to announce another collaboration with Krave Games which has already lead to the successful release of their first game Holoball for the iPhone. A second mobile arcade game will be released shortly along with a brand new fitness ...

News & Views: A Nature paper reports that histones can also be modified by the addition of serotonin, a molecule with essential roles in regulating neuron activity. https://go.nature.com/2Hlu72S 

News & Views: A Nature paper reports that histones can also be modified by the addition of serotonin, a molecule with essential roles in regulating neuron activity. https://go.nature.com/2Hlu72S 

Real-time Biochemistry of Living Cells and Whole Organisms

AMSBIO has added a new range of GCaMP calcium indicators (jGCaMP7b, jGCaMP7c, jGCaMP7f, jGCaMP7s) to their portfolio of ready-to-use adeno-associated virus (AAV) biosensor products. These viruses encoded biosensors are supplied ready for use for neural activity studies in vivo.

Adeno-Associated Virus Biosensors

AMSBIO has added a new range of GCaMP calcium indicators (jGCaMP7b, jGCaMP7c, jGCaMP7f, jGCaMP7s) to their portfolio of ready-to-use adeno-associated virus (AAV) biosensor products. These viruses encoded biosensors are supplied ready for use for neural activity studies in vivo.

Monday 18th March 2019

The Fermi surface geometrical origin of axis-dependent conduction polarity in layered materials

LPLUNC1 stabilises PHB1 by counteracting TRIM21-mediated ubiquitination to inhibit NF-κB activity in nasopharyngeal carcinoma

Bruker showcases new analytical systems and applied market solutions at Pittcon 2019

At Pittcon 2019, Bruker this week highlights new and innovative analytical systems and high-value applied market solutions for food analysis, pharma applications, materials science research and quality control, clinical and preclinical research, and advances in scientific software solutions.

New peer-reviewed journal Death Research: The Last Frontier announced

(Mary Ann Liebert, Inc./Genetic Engineering News) Mary Ann Liebert Inc. publishers announces the launch of Death Research: The Last Frontier, a bold new peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the science, technology, applications, and physical aspects of death and postmortem research.

Starboard, Opposed to BMS Deal for Celgene, Readies for Fight at April Meeting

This morning Starboard Value LP issued an investor presentation opposing the proposed deal. The group will share the materials with other shareholders in hopes to sway support for its opposition.

Study explaining side effects of statins finds drug can have unexpected benefits

(University of Toledo) By suppressing the activity of key cellular receptors called G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) and their interacting partners called G proteins, statins have the potential to alter various bodily functions controlled by this important pathway, according to researchers at The University of Toledo.

Getting active later in life brings benefits

People who were inactive as teens and young adults but increased physical activity in middle age saw the same reduced risk of death as those who stayed active from adolescence onward.

Body composition and nutritional status in malignant pleural mesothelioma: implications for activity levels and quality of life

Intermountain Healthcare expands its home-based services through Intermountain at Home program

The program will include services like remote monitoring, virtual urgent care visits through Intermountain Connect Care, appointment video visits and physical therapy, to name a few.

Vida Health Launches Habits to Support Behavior Change in Personalized Programs

Vida combines machine learning and behavior change techniques to drive engagement and improve population health through day-to-day habits SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) March 18, 2019 Vida Health, a personalized virtual care platform for physical and behavioral health, today announced the launch of Habits, a machine-learning driven experience that delivers personalized recommendations and reminders. Along...

Women’s Excellence in Obstetrics and Gynecology Offers New Women’s Health Blog on Their Website

The Women’s Health Blog provided by Women’s Excellence is designed to help educate and empower women. DETROIT (PRWEB) March 18, 2019 Women’s Excellence offers new Women’s Health blog. The blog is maintained by Women’s Excellence providers to provide women information on a variety of health topics and current health news. "Our blog is a great resource for women to get information o...

Exploring Life and Death of Cells, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Biomedical Engineer’s Research Could Lead to Better Understanding of Cancer, Heart Disease

With funding from the National Science Foundation, Kristen Billiar will study how mechanical stresses regulate cell death and possibly contribute to a range of illnesses WORCESTER, Mass. (PRWEB) March 18, 2019 With a three-year, $446,563 collaborative grant from the National Science Foundation, Kristen Billiar, professor and head of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Worcester Polytechni...


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