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Wednesday 25th April 2018

AMA Atlanta Launches New White Paper: Storytelling 2020

Despite the increasingly fragmented media landscape, consumers continue to expect seamless, personalized experiences. Storytelling 2020 gives marketers the tools they need to foster engagement in Read more...

Medrio Leads the Way to Paperless Clinical Trials with New eSource Features

As eSource becomes the new standard in clinical data collection, the company’s native tablet app continues to put users ahead of the competition, and to guide the industry toward the goal of a truly patient-focused and paperless clinical study. SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) April 25, 2018 Medrio, a Software as a Service company providing cutting-edge eClinical solutions for clinical trials, continues t...

FOTO Announces Recipient of D.L. Hart International Research Award: Dr. Jason R. Rodeghero DPT, PhD, OCS, AT, FAAOMPT

Annual Award Given For Notable Contributions Toward Reducing Healthcare Costs Focus on Therapeutic Outcomes, Inc. (FOTO) today announced Dr. Jason R. Rodeghero as recipient of its annual D.L. Hart Memorial International Research Award, to recognize his research to identify predictive characteristics related to patients with

Can-Fite's Piclidenoson Mechanism of Action in Psoriasis Published in 'Journal of Immunology Research'

Phase III Psoriasis Study Scheduled for Initiation During this Quarter Psoriasis Therapeutic Market is Estimated to Reach $11.4B in 2020 Can-Fite BioPharma Ltd. (NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI), a biotechnology company advancing a pipeline of proprietary small molecule drugs that address inflammatory and liver diseases, today announced the pu...

Miniature Oxygen Tank Keeps Transplanted Islet Cells Functional for Diabetes Therapy

The potential to treat type 1 diabetes using transplanted islet cells has long been recognized, but in reality this has proven challenging partly because the transplanted islet cells die if they don’t receive enough oxygen. Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Beta-O2 Technologies have now demonstrated how a miniaturized, implantable device that supplies encapsulated is...

Tuesday 24th April 2018

Agilis Biotherapeutics Presents Platform Paper on AADC Deficiency Gene Therapy at American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting

Long-Term Follow-Up of Children Treated with Investigational Gene Therapy Shows Sustained Motor Improvements Agilis Biotherapeutics, Inc. (Agilis), a biotechnology company advancing innovative DNA therapeutics for rare genetic diseases that affect the central nervous system (CNS), announced that Agilis Chief Medical Officer, Kirsten Gruis, M.D., will p...

Landmark paper finds light at end of the tunnel for world’s wildlife and wild places

Chimes Deploys VirtualHealth Platform to Improve Care for Individuals with Developmental and Behavioral Disabilities

VirtualHealth, the leading SaaS platform for care management and population health, announced today that Chimes will deploy its nationally-recognized platform to bolster care for members with developmental and behavioral disabilities in the state of Delaware. Chimes will initially leverage VirtualHealth’s extensive capa

APIs: A Path to Putting Patients at the Center

I remember when visiting a city required paper maps and often actual guidebooks. Today, I tap on a map app on my phone, enter my destination, and review options for getting from point A to point B. In recent years, these applications have expanded to integrate ride-sharing, bike-sharing, and public transit information. Map apps provide […] The post APIs: A Path to Putting Patients at the Cen...

CRISPR Screens Stem Cell Genome, Charts Essentialome

Scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have generated an atlas of genes—the essentialome —that are essential for the normal growth and maintenance of human pluripotentent stem cells (hPSCs). The team, led by Nissim Benvenisty, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Azrieli Center for Stem Cells and Genetic Research and the Herbert Cohn Chair in Cancer Research, carried out a genome-wide CRISPR...

By 2040, artificial intelligence could upend nuclear stability

A new paper finds that artificial intelligence has the potential to upend the foundations of nuclear deterrence by the year 2040. While AI-controlled doomsday machines are considered unlikely, the hazards of artificial intelligence for nuclear security lie instead in its potential to encourage humans to take potentially apocalyptic risks, according to the paper.

Landmark Paper Finds Light at End of the Tunnel for World's Wildlife and Wild Places

The global demographic and economic trends that have resulted in unprecedented destruction of the environment are now creating the necessary conditions for a possible renaissance of nature, paper says

Monday 23rd April 2018

The dispute about the origins of terahertz photoresponse in graphene results in a draw

(Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology) Physicists at MIPT and their British and Russian colleagues revealed the mechanisms leading to photocurrent in graphene under terahertz radiation. The paper published in Applied Physics Letters not only puts a period to a long-lasting debate about the origins of direct current in graphene illuminated by high-frequency radiation but also sets the stage f...

Cryptocurrency for scientific research

Frankl Open Science, an Australian organisation co-founded by cognitive scientist Dr Jon Brock and blockchain veteran Peter Godbolt, is carrying out, what is touted to be, the world’s first cryptocurrency airdrop for scientists and science students. Up to 700 million tokens will be distributed free to science undergrads, postgrads, PhD candidates and postdoctoral researchers across all fields o...

'Dropless' cataract surgery a safe alternative to postop topical drops

Abdullah NasserWASHINGTON — “Dropless” cataract surgery offers an alternative to postoperative drops, according to a speaker here.A prospective cohort study of 154 eyes of 83 patients who received either a steroid-antibiotic injection during cataract surgery or postoperative drops evaluated the safety of the dropless option, Abdullah Nasser, MD, said during a paper session at the American So...

Americans waste a pound of food a day — at a big environmental cost, study finds

Susan Perry American consumers waste almost a pound of food each day, and the biggest culprits are those with the healthiest diets, according to a study published recently in the journal PLOS ONE.That’s because fruits and vegetables, which are key to a healthy diet, are the most likely foods to be thrown out before being consumed.The study...

Parkinson’s Disease Risk May Be Reduced If Diet Includes More Fish

Allergies to fish are not common, but when they do occur they are most often caused by the fish protein β-parvalbumin, which is found in many different fish species. New research by a team at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden now suggests that this same abundant protein may have a protective effect against Parkinson’s disease (PD). In vitro studies led by Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede, P...

Mechanism Uncovered for Preventive Effects of Fish against Parkinson's Disease

Allergies to fish are not common, but when they do occur they are most often caused by the fish protein β-parvalbumin (PV), which is found in many different fish species. New research by a team at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden now suggests that this same, abundant protein may have a protective effect against Parkinson’s disease (PD). In vitro studies led by Pernilla Wittung-Stafsh...

Tulip Launches the Industry's First Digital Manufacturing Quick-Start Kit

"While automation within manufacturing organizations has grown significantly, the manufacturing workforce has been left behind by technology. Manufacturing engineers still rely on paper and legacy Read more...

Sunday 22nd April 2018

Middle East energy subsidy reform updates 'patronage-based autocratic governance'

(Rice University) A series of converging trends provided political cover for the reforms of long-standing energy subsidies launched by oil-exporting states in the Middle East and North Africa, according to a new paper by an expert in the Center for Energy Studies at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy. These subsidies are thought to be an important source of legitimacy for autocrat...

The role of 'extra' DNA in cancer evolution and therapy resistance

(Henry Ford Health System) Researchers tracked genomic alterations detected in patient samples during tumor cell evolution in culture, in patient-derived xenograft (PDX) mouse models from the cultures, as well as before and after treatment in patients. In a recent paper in Nature Genetics, the team reports that tumor progression was often driven by cancer-promoting genes, known as oncogenes, on ex...

Global and China Ampicillin Market Research by Company, Type Application 20132025 [Report Updated: 06032018] Prices from USD $2000

SummaryMarket Segment as follows:By Type Glosscoated Paper Dullcoated Paper Mattecoated Paper Castcoated Paper OthersBy Application Adults KidsBy Company DSM ACS Dobfar Kopran Antibioticos United Laboratories Shandong Lukang Pharmaceutical CSPC Pharmaceutical North China Pharmaceutical Huaxing PharmaceuticalThe main contents of the report including:S...

Saturday 21st April 2018

Global and China Titanium Dioxide Pigment Market Research by Company, Type Application 20132025 [Report Updated: 10032018] Prices from USD $2000

SummaryMarket Segment as follows:By Type PVC Foam Boards Expanded Polystyrene Foam Boards Extruded Polystyrene Foam BoardsBy Application Coatings Paper Plastics Printing Ink OthersBy Company Huntsman International DuPont Ineos Iluka Resources Ltd. Sumitomo Corporation VSMPOAVISMA Corporation. Toho Titanium Co. RTI International Metals Allegheny Techn...

Friday 20th April 2018

Drawbacks and benefits of using saliva for epigenetic studies

Biomarkers in saliva identify changes that impact the body, according to research published in Current Genomics. This important paper details the drawbacks and benefits of using saliva as a tissue sample for the study of epigenetic changes affected by experiences.

ACP advocates for gender equity for physicians

Jack Ende Susan Thompson HingleNEW ORLEANS — ACP recently published a position paper in Annals of Internal Medicine offering recommendations on how to promote and achieve gender equity in compensation and career advancement within the medical profession.In a press briefing at the ACP Internal Medicine Meeting, ACP leaders, including Jack Ende, MD, president of ACP, Susan Thompson Hingle, MD, cha...

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