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Tuesday 18th September 2018

Boston Heart Diagnostics Announces New Scientific Advisory Board Appointments

Boston Heart Diagnostics, one of the leading disease management laboratories in the United States, is pleased to announce the company’s newly-appointed scientific advisory board. Boston Heart Diagnostics’ 2018 Scientific Advisory Board is comprised of recognized experts in their respective medical fields. Boston Heart Diagnostics’ Scientific...


Write a Paper. Write a Paper. Write Another Paper.

Time is short for blogging today, but I wanted to take a moment to point out people for whom time for writing things up is (apparently) never, ever short. This is a study on prolific authorship, and the high end of that cohort is pretty terrifying. At least 9,000 authors have been on 72 papers

PAINWeekEnd in Nashville, Tennessee, Offers CE/CME Education to Aid the Opioid Abuse Public Health Crisis

Two Days of Pain Management for the Main Street Practitioner on October 13-14; mingle with faculty and attendees, learn and earn up to 12.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credits for $199. MONTCLAIR, N.J. (PRWEB) September 18, 2018 The Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners requires 40 hours AMA PRA Category 1™ credits every 2 years. Of these 40, at least 2 credits must be in prescribing controlled substance...


Paper Jam: California’s Medicaid Program Hits ‘Print’ When The Feds Need Info

Amid the buzz over apps and electronic medical records rescuing modern medicine, California’s Medicaid program still clings to 1970s-era technology. A reboot may cost half a billion dollars.

Monday 17th September 2018

Feedback invited on Women in STEM 10-year plan

The Australian Academy of Science is calling for the nation’s views on the barriers and enablers that affect participation, retention and success of women and girls in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). The academy has prepared a discussion paper to briefly describe the key issues and areas that will be considered in the development of the plan and to provide the questions for b...

Oxurion NV to present further scientific findings supporting therapeutic potential of THR-317 & THR-687 as promising new therapies for Diabetic Eye Disease at upcoming EURETINA 2018 in Vienna, Austria

Leuven, Belgium, 17 September 2018 - Oxurion NV (Euronext Brussels: OXUR - formerly known as ThromboGenics), a biopharmaceutical company developing innovative treatments to preserve vision in patients with diseases affecting the back of the eye, announced today that it will give two presentations at the Euretina International Congress, which is being held in Vienna, Austria, from 20...

Community pharmacists should have read/write access to patient records, says PAGB

Community pharmacists should have full read/write access to patient records to improve care and help join up NHS services, according to a white paper from the Proprietary Association of Great Britain.

Cellanyx Publishes Details of Novel, First-in-Class Live Tumor Cell Phenotypic Test to Risk-Stratify Aggressive Vs. Indolent Disease Risk in Solid Tumors

Research published on line in Nature Biomedical Engineering Cellanyx and clinical collaborators today published the first studies demonstrating the potential of a novel, live cancer cell phenotypic test to predict adverse pathology and allow risk stratification of patients with solid tumors such as prostate and breast cancer. This first-in-class...

Packline Materials Handling Announce Production Of The New Single Spindle Attachment With Rollers, For Handling Heavy Rolls Of Film And Foil

New from Packline, the bespoke single spindle attachment with fitted rollers is designed to lift and handle heavy rolls of film and paper. Constructed mainly from stainless steel, the roll handling equipment is suitable for clean room and high care environments, such as food and pharmaceutical industries. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (PRWEB) September 17, 2018 New from Packline, the bespoke single spindle at...

Identification of synthetic, macrocyclic, orally bioavailable cyclophilin inhibitors with potent HCV activity, published in The Journal of Medicinal Chemistry

Discovery follows successful collaboration between Selcia, Cypralis and Gilead Sciences Cambridge and Ongar, UK, 17th September 2018 / Sciad Newswire / A paper entitled ‘Discovery of a Potent and Orally Bioavailable Cyclophilin Inhibitor Derived from the Sanglifehrin Macrocycle’ by authors from Selcia, Cypralis and Gilead has been selected as a featured article by the editors of The Journal...

nButanol Market by Application Butyl Acrylate, Butyl Acetate, Glycol Ethers, Direct Solvents, Plasticizers, and Region Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, Middle East Africa, South America Global Forecast to 2022 [Report Updated: 17042018] Prices from

The nButanol market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.9% between 2017 and 2022, in terms of value The nButanol market is estimated at USD 4.18 billion in 2017 and is projected to reach USD 5.58 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 5.9% between 2017 and 2022. The market growth is fueled by the increasing demand for nButanol as a solvent and intermediate from enduse industries, such as construction, auto...

Sunday 16th September 2018

A more convincing take on prenatal maternal dietary effects on child IQ

Prenatal maternal nutrition is more likely to influence child cognitive abilities than fluoride. A new paper shows this by considering the effects of good or bad prenatal nutrition for the women in the Basash et al., (2016)  study that anti-fluoride campaigners promote. The new data shows that nutrition is more important than fluoride. The Bashash et […]

Clinical gene discovery program solves 30 medical mysteries

(Brigham and Women's Hospital) In a recent paper published in Genomic Medicine, the Brigham Genomic Medicine team describes its program, one the team hopes will serve as a model for other academic medical centers or institutions that are endeavoring to solve medical mysteries using genomic sequencing and the power of scientific crowdsourcing.

3D printing of a liquid crystal polymer can give tough hierarchical structures with anisotropic properties, with no composite or filler materials required, reports a paper in Nature. https://go.nature.com/2NcQN8R pic.twitter.com/FjkvGsImvu

3D printing of a liquid crystal polymer can give tough hierarchical structures with anisotropic properties, with no composite or filler materials required, reports a paper in Nature. https://go.nature.com/2NcQN8R  pic.twitter.com/FjkvGsImvu

News & Views: Researchers report the observation of long-distance spin transport in an antiferromagnetic insulator in a Nature paper, demonstrating that such materials could be used for spin-based electronics. https://go.nature.com/2xcJcgx 

News & Views: Researchers report the observation of long-distance spin transport in an antiferromagnetic insulator in a Nature paper, demonstrating that such materials could be used for spin-based electronics. https://go.nature.com/2xcJcgx 

Saturday 15th September 2018

Thousands of genetic variants of BRCA1 have been more accurately classified in terms of their function in a paper published in Nature. https://go.nature.com/2p7cRDA pic.twitter.com/7jbatttZy7

Thousands of genetic variants of BRCA1 have been more accurately classified in terms of their function in a paper published in Nature. https://go.nature.com/2p7cRDA  pic.twitter.com/7jbatttZy7

Friday 14th September 2018

A strategy to improve the ability of T cells to target brain tumours is reported in a paper published online in Nature this week. These findings, in cells and mice, could have implications for improving the treatment of brain diseases. https://go.nature.

A strategy to improve the ability of T cells to target brain tumours is reported in a paper published online in Nature this week. These findings, in cells and mice, could have implications for improving the treatment of brain diseases. https://go.nature.com/2M1vH7X  pic.twitter.com/3kAJixNtgd

A system to effectively identify genome-wide off-target effects from CRISPR–Cas9 genome editing has been tested in mice in a paper published in Nature. These findings could facilitate research into the clinical translation of genome editing. https://go

A system to effectively identify genome-wide off-target effects from CRISPR–Cas9 genome editing has been tested in mice in a paper published in Nature. These findings could facilitate research into the clinical translation of genome editing. https://go.nature.com/2OjFpVl  pic.twitter.com/Q91xxO9Bbz

Hurricane Florence and Resilient Women Bring Healing, Women of Influence Speakers Series Fall 2018

Hurricane Florence and Resilient Women Bring Healing. Eden Gordon Media's Women of Influence Speakers for Fall 2018 featuring Identity Coach, Human Trafficking Survivor, and Hurricane Season. CEDAR POINT, N.C. (PRWEB) September 14, 2018 "As of Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018, Cedar Point, North Carolina, where I reside, is now on the map thanks to Hurricane Florence. I am planning this Women of...

News and press releases: Committee for Medicinal Products for Veterinary Use (CVMP) meeting of 11-13 September 2018

CVMP invites comments on a reflection paper dealing with resistance development of certain antimicrobials and its impact on human and animal health

Under certain conditions, coastal wetlands could potentially increase their global surface area by as much as 60% despite predicted sea-level rises over the coming century, reports a paper published in Nature. https://go.nature.com/2xdnQyU pic.twitter.c

Under certain conditions, coastal wetlands could potentially increase their global surface area by as much as 60% despite predicted sea-level rises over the coming century, reports a paper published in Nature. https://go.nature.com/2xdnQyU  pic.twitter.com/8b6vGfa7cu

#Biotech financing data YTD into labor day Follow-on: +57% YoY Venture: +65% YoY IPO: +123% YoY via @Biocentury Another dozen follow-on offerings $1bn since labor day. At which point, how much paper is too much?pic.twitter.com/SHmvihPSz0

#Biotech financing data YTD into labor day Follow-on: +57% YoY Venture: +65% YoY IPO: +123% YoY via @Biocentury Another dozen follow-on offerings $1bn since labor day. At which point, how much paper is too much? pic.twitter.com/SHmvihPSz0

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#Biotech financing data YTD into labor day Follow-on: +57% YoY Venture: +65% YoY IPO: +123% YoY via @Biocentury Another dozen follow-on offerings $1bn since labor day. At which point, how much paper is too much?pic.twitter.com/SHmvihPSz0

AICR, LIVESTRONG at the YMCA and PROSHRED® Security - First Ever Joint “Shred Cancer” Event

The American Institute for Cancer Research (“AICR”), LIVESTRONG at the YMCA and PROSHRED® Springfield will host their first ever joint “Shred Cancer” event on Saturday, September 22, 2018. In collaboration, all community members are invited to bring their personal documents to be securely shred and their used clothing to be donated while raising funds for cancer research. SPRINGFIELD,...

Altered Levels of Neonatal Inflammatory Markers Associated with Childhood Leukemia

A new study finds that children with B-cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) have an immune profile at birth that differs from matched controls. Although the cause of ALL remains unknown, this finding lends support to the hypothesis that a dysregulated immune function in combination with certain postnatal environmental exposures leads to the development of the disease.  A team...


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