ii) Travel expenses may be subsidized by the Budgeting Committee according to the following criteria:. 1) The Budgeting Committee shall consider both the number of participants and the distance traveled, and evaluate the necessity of both in the travel expense allocations.. 2) That traveling is essential to the stated goals and purposes of the organization.. 3) That a skill, information, or other benefit received by the participants in an off-campus activity will make a valid contribution to the community.. (iii) Inappropriate Use of Funds. Students Council funds may not be used for food and drink at parties or events funded or funded in part by Students Council unless the food or drink is essential to the event and goals of the organizing group. The purchase of alcohol or drugs using Students Council allotted money is strictly prohibited.. 1) Organizations such as JSAAPP, where the purchase of food and drink is essential to the goals and functioning of such an organization, are not ...
ProLipids Student council is formed of representatives from the three research groups of the Centre of Excellence. Four of them are postdoctoral researchers and three PhD students. The student council helps to establish contacts between researchers and it will be involved in for example organizing training within the CoE and for the local doctoral programmes.. Student Council members. ...
On the 29th April, the Scientific Society welcomed Professor Kim Nasmyth, the former Head of Biochemistry at Oxford. His talk focused on the mechanisms of cell division, as well as his discovery of cohesin, which is a protein complex essential to the processes of mitosis and meiosis. Professor Nasmyth then wrapped up with a brief piece of advice to those seeking a career in the sciences. The talk was in-depth and yet accessible, and it was well received by all those who attended. Bill Wu AW ...
A partnership of scientific societies with the goal of improving public health through a collaborative interdisciplinary approach.
The Nutrition Societys Winter Conference was held in association with the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) on 4 and 5 December. This years conference examined the very topical subject of diet and lifestyle strategies for the management of cardio-metabolic risk.
PENSMA - The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia helps promote the study and understanding of the Science of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition in Malaysia ...
¿Meeting The FASEB Meeting is scheduled April 5-9, 1992 at the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California. The following scientific societies will participate: FASEB Societies Guest Societies The American Physiological Society (APS) American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET) American Association of Pathologists (AAP) American Institute of Nutrition (AIN) The American Association of Immunologists (AAI) The BiomédicalEngineering Society (BMES) Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (SEBM) Clinical Immunology Society (CIS) Society for Mucosal Immunology (SMI) American Association of Veterinary Immunologists (AAVI) International Society for Bioelectricity (ISB) North American Society of Biorheology (NASB) THEME: Growth Factors, Receptors, and Signal Transduction Scientific sessions will be scheduled Monday, April 6 through 6:00 PM Thursday, April 9, 1992. The deadline for receipt of abstracts is Tuesday, December 3, 1991.Advance registration for the ...
KRISP paper on the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) Student council for which Dr. Yumna Moosa is a member. This is the top international Computational Biology conference in the world. It was published as a paper in the journal f1000 research in 2017
Class representative are recognized as a leaders by his/her peers and will demonstrate this leadership through service, "…just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many." (Matthew 20:28) The Student Government exists to implement and model for other students the vision of Denton Calvary Academy, which is "to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by improving the lives of others through a life long love of learning, discovery, and service.". Student Council Class Representatives encourage and model for their classes a climate and culture that promotes the DCA vision. This is modeled through the attributes of Christ-like leadership, which include faith, obedience, service, courage, perseverance, trustworthiness, and dependability. They commit to pray regularly for the students of our school and take daily steps to live a Christ-centered life. They are aware of the needs of those around them and look for ways to meet those needs.. Others will ...
Student Council Representatives take part in fulfilling important duties and responsibilities to our school and student body. These responsibilities/duties include but are not limited to: spirit days, community projects, leadership opportunities, lollipop sale, school-wide communication, etc. Being a representative requires a commitment on behalf of the elected students. ...
All Saints Catholic School recently hosted its first Student Council Summit involving nine local schools. Danni Almond explains why the school decided to create and host the event and discusses the importance of pupil voice.
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Author(s): Cobbold JF, Anstee QM, Taylor Robinson SD. Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract). Publication status: Published. Conference Name: Annual Meeting of the Nutrition Society and BAPEN. Year of Conference: 2009. Pages: epub ahead of print. ISSN: 0029-6651. Publisher: Proceedings of the Nutrition Society: Cambridge University Press. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0029665110001916 DOI: 10.1017/S0029665110001916 Notes: Symposium 5 (Joint Nutrition Society and BAPEN Symposium): Too many pies: metabolic competencies in obesity. ...
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Harbige, L.S., Pinto, E., Xiang, M. and Shareif, M.K. (2011) Circulating plasma cytokines, zinc, copper, vitamins A and E in multiple sclerosis patients and healthy controls. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 70 (OCE2). E36-E36. ISSN 0029-6651 (Print), 1475-2719 (Online) (doi:10.1017/S002966511100067X) Xiang, M., Al-Hassi, H.O., Harbige, L.S. and Knight, S.C. (2011) Gene expression of delta-6-desaturase in peripheral blood mononuclear cells, β7+ and β7 lymphocytes in healthy controls and patients with Crohns disease. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 70 (OCE2). E44-E44. ISSN 0029-6651 (Print), 1475-2719 (Online) (doi:10.1017/S0029665111000759) Xiang, M., Liu, W., Harbige, L.S. and Ai, H. (2011) Ghrelin expression and effect of exercise in obesity. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 70 (OCE2). E45-E45. ISSN 0029-6651 (Print), 1475-2719 (Online) (doi:10.1017/S0029665111000760) Chaidas, M. and Harbige, L.S. (2011) Relationship between circulating leptin and TNFα in obese and ...
James J. Schlesselman, Ph.D., professor emeritus of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
In the future, Barbash said he intends on discovering whether the DNA in animal genomes that do not code for proteins has any biological role.. "We are currently identifying variation in this type of DNA among individuals, for both fruit flies and humans," Barbash said. "We are then further testing experimentally for possible effects of this variation, including for possible effects on chromosome segregation.". Amanda Rodewald, the Garvin professor of ornithology and director of conservation science at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Department of Natural Resources, said she is excited to continue her research with staff and students in the Conservation Science program at the Lab of Ornithology.. "I was very honored to be recognized both for my scientific contributions and for science communication and advising," she said.. "My research integrates basic and applied sciences to understand how human activities and global change influence ecological communities, animal populations, and ecosystem ...
The genetics community lost one of "the great ones" earlier this week, when Mel Green passed away at the age of 101. Professor Green was a founding member of the genetics faculty at UC Davis and made critical contributions to our understanding of intragenic recombination (both equal and unequal) and transposable elements. His superb contributions to science won him numerous honors, most notably election to the National Academy of Sciences. Mel delighted in practicing the craft of "fly crossing" and worked at the bench well into his 90s. He was an inspiration to his colleagues and especially to the many graduate and undergraduate researchers at UC Davis who were lucky enough to share his fly room. Contributed by Scott Hawley and Ken Burtis. ...
Jędrzej Śniadecki (archaic English: Andrew Sniadecki; 30 November 1768 - 12 May 1838) was a Polish writer, physician, chemist and biologist. His achievements include the creation of modern Polish terminology in the field of chemistry. Śniadecki was born in Żnin in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. After completing his university studies, he was chosen to be the first professor of medicine and chemistry at the Grand Duchy of Lithuanias "Main School," which in 1803 was renamed the Imperial University of Vilna. One of his students was Ignacy Domeyko. Śniadecki was also one of the main organizers and head of the recently created Wilno Medical-Surgical Academy. From 1806-36 he headed the local Medical Scientific Society, one of the premier scientific societies in the region. Śniadeckis most important book was Początki chemii (The Beginnings of Chemistry), the first Polish-language chemistry textbook, prepared for the Commission of National Education. It was considered one of the best ...
As life expectancy increases overall incidence of distal humeral fractures is increasing worldwide. Objectives: To evaluate the results of JESS External fixator in the management of supracondylar fracture with or without intercondylar extension in adults. Materials and Methods: This prospective study was conducted on thirty adults in a tertiary care Hospital of eastern India after obtaining permission from Institutional ethical committee and consent of the patients in a time span of one year. JESS external fixator was applied within 3 days of admission. Results: According to AO classification 16 cases has C1 fractures and 14 cases had C2 fractures. Among 16 C1 fractures 10 were open injury and 6 were close injury and among 14 C2 fracture 8 were open injuries and 6 were close fractures. The mean duration of JESS application was 16 week. The mean follow-up was 10 months. The functional outcome was evaluated by use of Cassebaums functional rating system. C1 closed fractures (6 cases) showed ...
I should have known better; science marches onward, and old arguments get reexamined as new data arises. Steve Meyers book is a wonderful, comprehensive case that the origin of the major types of animals, namely the phyla, is just as strikingly discontinuous as the origin of life. As such, it represents a solid second volume complementary to his previous work, Signature in the Cell, which focused on the origin of life.. I had come to think that discussing the Cambrian Explosion was misguided because of two arguments: 1) that the explosion was merely an artifact of the fact that organisms before that time did not have hard bones or shells, and 2) that the explosion was short on the geological time scale, but was really quite long on the biological time scale. Meyer disposes of both of these arguments quite handily. On the first, modern science shows that soft-bodied organisms are well preserved in the strata before, during, and after the Cambrian. Also, many of the body types which appear in the ...
The first edition was published to ensure the quality of nursing programs in the colleges of Arab Universities Guide prepared by the Secretariat in collaboration with the Advisory Committee for accreditation and quality assurance of the Assembly has been reviewed by the Quality Assurance and Accreditation Council of the Association of Arab Universities have been approved to adopt and print issued....... ...
It is well known that protein names are highly ambiguous [45, 46]. Researchers working in specific subcommunities tend to develop their own nomenclature, resulting in multiple names for the same protein. Acronyms and abbreviations further complicate the picture. Simply being able to recognize a protein name as such is just a starting point. The name needs then to be unambiguously qualified, by referring to an entry in a standard protein database, such as UniProt http://www.expasy.org/sprot/[47].. In order for that to happen, the disambiguation must occur at two levels: interspecies (to which specific organisms does the protein mention refer?) and intraspecies (within a given organism, which specific protein is meant?). For example, a protein mentioned in text as eIF4E could refer to a large number of different proteins. A search in the Swiss-Prot section of UniProt (the manually curated section) delivers 46 possible matches. However, if the term appears contextually with the mention of a ...
The Pine Lake Preparatory Middle School Student Council is an extracurricular opportunity for students to develop leadership skills and collaboration. Student Council members work together to coordinate various school functions such as spirit assemblies, dances, and other social and academic events. Middle School students will elect five students from each grade level (6th, 7th and 8th) that will make up the council roster, from there the grade level representatives elect officers. All students in grades 6-8 are eligible to participate and the group will meet the first and third Thursday of each month from 7:15 am - 7:55 a.m. Students interested in Middle School student council will have the opportunity to sign up during the week of September 6th and are encouraged to attend an informational meeting at lunch on September 8th in Room 207. Elections will formally take place the week of September 12th ...
Heres my take as the outgoing Student Groups Advisor.. Student council as a whole serves as a two-way conduit of information between the administration and the student body. The administration uses SC as a sounding board for ideas about possible changes for the future, how to respond to current issues on campus, and as a source for student issues to come up. The administration asked SC about the possibility of giving faculty the emergency cell phone numbers of students, which SC promptly rejected. Student Council selected the two students who served on the presidential selection committee, for instance, and selects which students or student groups participate in the board of managers luncheon. Student council also serves as pathway for student concerns to be presented to the campus; issues such as lighting, Sharples food, financial aid, faculty tenure decisions. These are issues which affect most or all of the campus minority or not. Many of the things SC does are on response to concerns raised ...
Heres my take as the outgoing Student Groups Advisor.. Student council as a whole serves as a two-way conduit of information between the administration and the student body. The administration uses SC as a sounding board for ideas about possible changes for the future, how to respond to current issues on campus, and as a source for student issues to come up. The administration asked SC about the possibility of giving faculty the emergency cell phone numbers of students, which SC promptly rejected. Student Council selected the two students who served on the presidential selection committee, for instance, and selects which students or student groups participate in the board of managers luncheon. Student council also serves as pathway for student concerns to be presented to the campus; issues such as lighting, Sharples food, financial aid, faculty tenure decisions. These are issues which affect most or all of the campus minority or not. Many of the things SC does are on response to concerns raised ...
Orexins are hypothalamic neuropeptides playing important roles in many functions including the motivation of addictive behaviors. Blockade of the orexin-1 receptor has been suggested as a potential strategy for the treatment of drug addiction. We have previously reported OX1 receptor antagonists based on the tetrahydroisoquinoline scaffold with excellent OX1 potency and selectivity; however, these compounds had high lipophilicity (clogP , 5) and low to moderate solubility. In an effort to improve their properties, we have designed and synthesized a series of analogs where the 7-position substituents known to favor OX1 potency and selectivity were retained, and groups of different nature were introduced at the 1-position where substitution was generally tolerated as demonstrated in previous studies ...
Over the past 20 years major advances have been made in the diagnosis and understanding of pathogenic mechanisms relating to coeliac disease. Recently-identified genetic markers support the immunological?inflammatory nature of the disease. It is hoped that these newly-identified genes will assist further dissection of the inflammatory pathways in coeliac disease and give insight into why certain individuals develop intolerance to dietary gluten ...
The German Professional Society is a pre-professional society for any student at Clemson with an interest in German who wishes to use this skill in their career. Members of our society are majoring in Language and International Trade, Business, Engineering and Computer Science. The GPS hosts an annual Conference on German in the Professions each fall and assists with the annual Language and International Trade Conference in the spring. In addition, the society promotes networking with German alumni and companies in our region and hosts a company visit each year. For more information, please contact faculty advisor Lee Ferrell ([email protected]) or society president Brian Gibbs ([email protected]).. For more information on the annual Conference on German in the Professions, please visit our website: http://www.clemson.edu/caah/departments/languages/academics/modernlanguages/german/germanconference.html ...
Introduction: The critical patient is characterised by an alteration in the function of one or several organs or systems, a situation that may compromise his survival. The purpose of the present study was to deduce if patients who were fed by Enteral Nutrition (NE) in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) had a protein deficit combined with caloric overfeeding. Methods: This cross-sectional study was undertaken between August 2013 and April 2014 in the ICU, Hospital General deAgudos "Juan A. Fernández", Buenos Aires, Argentina. The energy and protein prescriptions were obtained from medical indications. For the estimation of energy, the recommendations of the American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN) of less than 20-25 kcal/kg/day during the acute phase were taken into account. T-test and Mann-Whitney U test for comparison of groups was calculated with significance at p ...
Philip Calder is Professor of Nutritional Immunology at the University of Southampton, UK. He has a first class honours degree in biochemistry from Massey University, New Zealand, a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and a DPhil in biochemistry from the University of Oxford, UK. He held a Nuffield Medical Fellowship in the Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford from 1987 to 1991. Professor Calder has been studying the influence of dietary fatty acids on aspects on cell function and human health, in particular in relation to cardiovascular disease, inflammation and immunity, since 1987. In 1995 he was awarded the Sir David Cuthbertson Medal by the UK Nutrition Society for this work and he has been awarded the Belgian Danone Institute Chair for 2004, the Nutricia International Award for 2007, the ESPEN Cuthbertson Lecture for 2008, and the Muriel Bell Award for 2009. Professor Calder served as an elected member of the Council of the UK Nutrition Society and ...
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Results: A total of 306 students comprising 64.7% Malay, 19.3% Chinese and 16.0% Indian with a mean age of 16.1 0.3 years participated in this study. Based on their BMI status, a majority (71.9%) of the participants had normal weight, 8.2% were thin, 1.6% severely thin while 12.1% were overweight and 6.2% obese. Six factors (health and nutrition knowledge, price and convenience, media, mood and sensory appeal, peers, and parents), consisting of 36 items and explaining 45.9% of the variance, remained from the factor analysis. The reliability of the FCQ factors was good, with Cronbachs a coefficient values as follows: health and nutrition knowledge=0.84, price and convenience=0.82, media=0.89, mood and sensory appeal=0.79, peers=0.84, and parents=0.75 ...
Membership of our global nutritional science community offers a host of benefits, from access to the latest evidence based research to event discounts and travel grants.. Membership. ...
Osteoporosis is a common disease in the elderly, and the fractures that result from this disorder affect 40 % of women and 14 % of men over the age of 50 years. The risk of fracture relates to bone mineral density and the risk of falling, among other factors. Low bone mineral density in the elderly can result from either low peak bone mass or accelerated bone loss, or a combination of the two. Nut ...
Tapsell, L. C., OShea, J., Batterham, M., Charlton, K., Warensjo, E., Thorne, R. & Zhang, K. (2009). Associations between baseline erythrocyte n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and weight indices in volunteers for a weight loss dietary intervention. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia, Volume 33 (p. 36). Kent Town, SA: The Nutrition Society of Australia.. ...
Good morning! My name is Cami Goold and I am running for the SCA position of Vice President. I think I would be a good Vice President because I have two years of SCA experience, I am not scared to talk in front of people, and I am creative. What I want to do in the SCA next year is have more spirit days, more after school activity nights. More language, club, and spirit day choices for the whole school. I want to have more language choices because many of us wanted to have an option on the language we get to learn. The world is a big place and it would be nice to be able to learn a variety of languages. I think there should be more clubs because we all have different interests and a lot of them can be easily put into clubs that we dont have. Like cooking and many other things that people might have interests in. I want more spirit days because we have such a great school like Fairhill and we need to show our spirit more often. Thats why I think I should be Vice President. VOTE FOR ME! ...
The history of science is one of individual discovery followed by reproduction, verification, expansion of scope, extended applications, and, ultimately, establishment of principles that can be used on a much broader basis. These findings and theories are recorded in the literature for use by scientists throughout the world. Scientific societies, as exemplified by the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET), have taken the responsibility of producing publications and scientific forums that maintain the highest standards and greatest diversity of thought within their prescribed disciplines. At the time of the inception of ASPET, the greatest challenge was dissemination of scientific findings, whereas, at our 100th anniversary, the major challenges include ensuring the integrity of the science and providing the most appropriate media for communication. Throughout the 100-year history, those unsung heroes, the reviewers and editors, have provided the underpinnings ...
Fri. Sat., Jan 23 24 10:00 A.M. Conference in Commemoration of the 80th Anniversary of the Ukrainian Revolution. Sponsored by the Peter Jacyk Center for Ukrainian Historical Studies, the Harriman Institute at Columbia University, the Shevchenko Scientific Society, the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the United States, and the Ukrainian Institute of America. 1512 International Affairs. 8:00 P.M. Theatre Day, with Andrei Serban and Nikolaus Wolcz. A collage of re-interpreted works from the classical theatre, directed by the two faculty members of the School of Arts, and performed by graduate students from the Oscar Hammerstein II Center for Theater Studies. Tickets: $10/$5 members/ students/ seniors. Miller Theatre Sat., Jan. 24 9:30 A.M. 5:30 P.M. "LArt de Vivre: Charlotte Perriand and New Conceptions of Modern Life." Symposium on a leading twentieth-century French designer. Speakers include Rosemarie Bletter, C.U.N.Y., Catherine Clarisse, Clermont-Ferrand, Alan Colquhoun, Princeton, ...
Aarons long term plan is to return to Mexico with his wife and focus on the education of those who have had fewer opportunities than him. He says that he has received a lot of things for free and feels compelled to give back as much as possible. "My time overseas is preparing me with knowledge and experiences to convey a better understanding of the world to those who may not have the means to go abroad.". To promote diversity and help minority groups advance in science, Aaron stresses the need to offer opportunities to those who will never have them otherwise. He thinks the Royal Society of Chemistry is working towards this through initiatives such as the Benevolent Fund, career development support, bursaries for conferences and activities organised by regional groups. Praising RSC News, he says: "in our busy lives its difficult to keep ever aware of minority groups but numerous features in the magazine help to show the potential benefits of a scientific society where everyone is ...
This has been a question Ive asked myself for so long, the infamous school challenge. For teenagers with chronic illnesses, school is a daunting chore we must all face at some point. However, it doesnt have to be the end of the world. It has taken me a long time to come to grips with this. My entire childhood encompassed the school career. I struggled to receive straight As, be number one, form lasting bonds with teachers and student aids, keep involved in sports and after school activities like student council, still find time to read and have friendships, and so much more. The ideal picture was the possibility of graduating early, or with more than enough credits, and progressing to a large career field where I could be top of my class and shine like the star I am down inside. When I got sick in seventh grade it killed me to miss school, to miss my first year being secretary of Student Council, miss the application process of National Junior Honor Society, miss the soccer games, and band ...
Hajime is an ordinary eighth grader, who loves serving on his schools student council. Over time, hes discovered that several of his classmates and numerous adults in his hometown are actually aliens in disguise. Each of Hajimes friends has amazing supernatural powers, most notably the aloof and snarky Nayuta, who wields the power of the Shingu, the secret to protecting the Earth from the forces of evil.. Were now four volumes into this series, and what a disappointment its turned out to be. The combination of adolescent comedy high jinks and sci-fi action has great potential. It could feel like the better episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, or even some classic Marvel comics. Unfortunately, as Ive pointed out in previous Shingu reviews of volumes one through three, the balance is way off. The lighthearted bits of the story, featuring the kids in their student council meetings, lack any laughs. They also dont appear to move the story forward, and yet these scenes tend to dominate the ...
Dr. Yuan Lius biochemistry graduate student, Jill Beaver, has received the Joshua E. Neimark Memorial Travel Assistance Award at the 2016 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. The AAAS is the worlds largest scientific society and this is the first time an FIU student has received the award. Congratulations!. More information ...
Magazines and Journals from The Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) is a progressive international scientific society that fosters the transfer of knowledge and practices to sustain global soils. Based in
Website of the American Society of Primatologists. Welcome to the ASP website. The American Society of Primatologists is an educational and scientific society devoted to studying, conserving and informing about nonhuman primates.
Website of the American Society of Primatologists. Welcome to the ASP website. The American Society of Primatologists is an educational and scientific society devoted to studying, conserving and informing about nonhuman primates.
Bethesda, MD 20892. Attn: Strategic Visioning Team. Dear Dr. Gibbons,. I am writing on behalf of The Obesity Society (TOS) to provide input to the Strategic Visioning process undertaken by the NHLBI. First, we would like to convey our appreciation of the efforts made by NHBLI in supporting research to reduce the burden of heart, lung, and blood diseases worldwide, which has made enormous impacts. We also appreciate that NHLBI recognizes that obesity plays a central role in heart, lung, and blood health and provides funds for obesity-related research. TOS applauds NHLBI for undertaking strategic visioning and for providing the opportunity to provide input about future research and funding priorities. As a scientific society, we have actively participated in the strategic visioning forum and have also urged our membership to participate. Below, we have highlighted the need for additional research in several areas of obesity. We trust that you will consider this information while determining the ...
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is the worlds largest general scientific society, and publisher of the journal, Science (www.sciencemag.org). AAAS was founded in 1848, and serves some 262 affiliated societies and academies of science, serving 10 million individuals. Science has the largest paid circulation of any peer-reviewed general science journal in the world, with an estimated total readership of one million. The non-profit AAAS (www.aaas.org) is open to all and fulfills its mission to "advance science and serve society" through initiatives in science policy; international programs; science education; and more. For the latest research news, log onto EurekAlert!, www.eurekalert.org, the premier science-news Web site, a service of AAAS. ...
A sponge-like plastic that sops up the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) might ease our transition away from polluting fossil fuels and toward new energy sources, such as hydrogen. The material - a relative of the plastics used in food containers - could play a role in President Obamas plan to cut CO2 emissions 30 percent by 2030, and could also be integrated into power plant smokestacks in the future.. The report on the material is one of nearly 12,000 presentations at the 248th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS), the worlds largest scientific society, taking place here through Thursday.. "The key point is that this polymer is stable, its cheap, and it adsorbs CO2 extremely well. Its geared toward function in a real-world environment," says Andrew Cooper, Ph.D. "In a future landscape where fuel-cell technology is used, this adsorbent could work toward zero-emission technology.". CO2 adsorbents are most commonly used to remove the greenhouse gas pollutant ...
The discussion on session 2B began with an intervention by N. Streitz, who wanted to know what the actual usage of databases was and whether they were cost-effective; to his knowledge, "most of the scientific and technical databases are subsidized by governments." N. Dusoulier explained that all databases in scientific and technical fields were in fact underutilized, but that when talking about cost-effectiveness, one should take into account the revenues derived from the various by-products, such as CD-ROMs and publications produced from these very databases. She confirmed that, with a few exceptions, databases in these fields are subsidized by governments or scientific societies. Next, F. Thompson took the floor to state that "databases can be a costly trap" because once a corporation has invested in the creation of a database, its obsolescence can cause real difficulties; and yet bringing the database up to current technology could be very costly. N. Dusoulier agreed that maintenance of ...
As an international scientific society, GSA serves members in academia, government, and industry around the world. Since 1888, GSAs meetings, publications, and programs have enhanced the professional growth of geoscientists and fostered geoscience stewardship and service. GSA encourages cooperative research and public dialogue on geoscience issues and supports all levels of earth-science education.. ...
Pulsus Group is an internationally renowned peer-review publisher in scientific, technical, and medical journals established in the year 1984 with offices in Ontario, Canada and Hyderabad, India has acquired Andrew John Publishing and openaccessjournals.com to expand its Open Access Publishing through its 50+ journals in association with 20+ International medical and scientific societies. Pulsus through its cmesociety.com is been very instrumental to provide an invaluable channel for scientists and researchers to exchange ideas and research by creating a forum for discussing the possibilities of future collaborations between universities, institutions, research bodies and organizations from different countries through international CME/CPD accredited conferences and meetings.. Pulsus Group is a Medical publisher that adheres to stringent peer-review procedure with a view to set an example in promoting standard medical research with integrity. Pulsus Group takes pride in getting the endorsements ...
The arsenic that has contaminated much of Bangladeshs drinking water supply is also getting into its rice, according to a new study by American Chemical Society.. Irrigating rice fields with tainted well water could be jeopardizing the countrys staple food, which provides more than 70 percent of the populations daily intake of calories.. The findings will appear in the Jan. 15 print edition of Environmental Science & Technology, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Chemical Society, the worlds largest scientific society.. Shallow wells, known as tubewells, are commonly used in Bangladesh to avoid the regions surface water, much of which contains bacteria that can cause waterborne diseases. Beginning in the 1970s, international aid organizations dug millions of tubewells, and the program was basically successful in providing bacteria-free water. But officials soon found that the tubewells were reaching groundwater containing high levels of arsenic.. The World Health Organization has ...
F. Peter Guengerich, PhD. Their paper was selected as an ACS "Editors Choice" by the scientific editors of journals published by the American Chemical Society, the worlds largest scientific society.. Cholesterol is thought to contribute to the formation of clusters or plaques of amyloid-beta protein that are the hallmark of Alzheimers disease. In the late 1990s the enzyme P450 46A1 (CYP46A1) was found to be important in breaking down and eliminating cholesterol from the brain.. More recently, Irina Pikuleva, PhD, professor of Pharmacology and Visual Sciences at Case Western Reserve, and colleagues reported that CYP46A1 could be activated pharmacologically in mice by low doses of EFV. They have begun a clinical trial of the drug in patients with mild cognitive impairment due to Alzheimers disease.. The therapeutic window for CYP46A1 activation by EFV in mice appears to be quite narrow, however. At higher doses, EFV inhibits the enzyme.. The goal of the current research is to generate a more ...
De Gruyters Chemistry & Materials Sciences department covers some of the most nascent, yet growing subject areas in our entire portfolio.. Covering topics that bridge the gap between scientific theory and practical application, our portfolio is replete with specialized and practice-oriented literature that serves as an indispensable resource for academics and researchers in the industry.. With collaboration alongside prestigious scientific societies such as the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), and the publication of highly-renowned journals such as Journal for Crystallography, our program also offers some of the highest-quality content in the field ...
Jean-Marc SABATIER is director of research at the CNRS, with PhD and HDR degrees in Biochemistry and Microbiology. He headed several research teams, as well as an academic-industry laboratory. He was director or consultant for several companies. He contributed to several books in toxinology and virology, and about 160 articles, 180 communications, and 53 patents in biology and chemistry. He is a member of 54 Editorial Boards of journals. He acts as an expert for some international institutions, and is a member of a dozen scientific societies. He won a Citizen of the Year Award for his work on antivirals ...
He conducts research at the Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute and at the University of Bologna as part of the Nanotechnology for bone and osteochondral regeneration and for the development of wear-resistant prosthetic materials. Hes member of the leading European scientific society, and has participated as speaker at numerous international conferences. Hes the author of 36 publications in international print journals. ...
A small protein released by cancer cells can inhibit the growth of secondary tumors in mice and could be used to design new types of anti-cancer drugs, according to Canadian researchers. The finding was published in the Oct. 30 edition of Biochemistry, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Chemical Society, the worlds largest scientific society. A cancer is most deadly when it spreads to multiple organs, a process called metastasis. But doctors who find a malignant tumor that seems to be limited to one organ cannot simply cut it out because doing so often means secondary tumors start to grow rapidly. In studies with mice, David Waisman, Ph.D., a professor at the University of Calgary, showed that the p22 protein prevents secondary tumors from growing after the primary tumor is removed. He believes it acts by inhibiting blood vessel growth, which is essential for tumor development ...
Seeking a large number of illustrations for a book has been a very informative, but frustrating process. The lesson is simple. Not-for-profit journals published by scientific societies have in every single case given permission for use of the images from their publications, and of course, full attribution is given. For-profit journals have in every single case wanted payment for use of an image, even if the authors have given me permission. So the question is simple, do you want your research, your scholarship to be used or not? Of course, there is another tradeoff. Some of the most prestigious of scientific journals are for-profit publishers, and while it may indicate that your work is the latest and most important, and you may receive more notoriety for publishing in such venues, you work isnt going to be used as widely as you may wish. Now of course this is all because the publisher of my book is also an academic publisher and the budget for illustrations is basically nil, and no question ...
Introduction. How far can scientific experiments on living creatures be justified? What is the purpose of all the research and testing being carried out on organisms in todays scientific society? Certainly the world has experienced a fair amount of controversy over this issue and has heard commendable arguments both for and against it. Many questions have been asked. Is it safe enough? Are moral and ethical values preserved during experimentation? Will it serve to upset the balance of nature? Are scientists justified when they claim that they are doing experiments to better the lifestyles of todays world or do they use this as a medium to simply take advantage of the human race and other living creatures? According to Darwins theory of evolution; organisms, through the process of natural selection of genes, will develop only those characteristics that would allow them to be more equipped to survive in the world. ...read more. Middle. In this positive sense, one can see that scientific ...
Korda Mykhailo Mykhailovych. Science degree - Doctor of Medical Sciences. Academic degree - Professor. Appointment - Professor of Department. [email protected] Education. In 1982 he graduated with honors from comprehensive school Rozvadivsku. The same year he entered the Ternopil State Medical Institute (now University) on a specialty "Medicine". In the universities took part at Students scientific societies in physics, biochemistry and surgery. After graduation with honors in 1988 was qualified as a Medicine Doctor (MD, Physician).. Research activities. In 1988 enrolled as Postgraduate at the Department of Biochemistry. After defending his defended his scientific study in 1991, he worked as an assistant of Department, and since 1998 - as an Associate Professor. In 1998 he defended his thesis for a Doctors degree: "Disturbances of oxidative and protective systems of the body for acute chemical liver damage and ways of their correction" (supervisor - prof. Ya.I.Honskyy). Since 2001 - Professor ...
Korda Mykhailo Mykhailovych. Science degree - Doctor of Medical Sciences. Academic degree - Professor. Appointment - Professor of Department. [email protected] Education. In 1982 he graduated with honors from comprehensive school Rozvadivsku. The same year he entered the Ternopil State Medical Institute (now University) on a specialty "Medicine". In the universities took part at Students scientific societies in physics, biochemistry and surgery. After graduation with honors in 1988 was qualified as a Medicine Doctor (MD, Physician).. Research activities. In 1988 enrolled as Postgraduate at the Department of Biochemistry. After defending his defended his scientific study in 1991, he worked as an assistant of Department, and since 1998 - as an Associate Professor. In 1998 he defended his thesis for a Doctors degree: "Disturbances of oxidative and protective systems of the body for acute chemical liver damage and ways of their correction" (supervisor - prof. Ya.I.Honskyy). Since 2001 - Professor ...
While my article was being reviewed, I panicked again. A scientific society newsletter article scooped mine: it also reported Marmorkrebs were for sale in Ireland. I thought, "There goes my papers reason for uniqueness." But there were enough differences that I thought my paper would still have something new and important to report. More importantly, a couple of sentences in the middle of a society newsletter was still not part of the mainstream literature. Because one goal was to make sure that the sale of exotic crayfish in Ireland was not overlooked, I still believed a paper was necessary ...
Three faculty members at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the worlds largest general scientific society and the publisher of Science and other scholarly journals.
OMICS International organises 3000+ Global Conferenceseries Events every year across USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific Societies and Publishes 700+ Open Access Journals which contains over 50000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members. ...
Despite my joking about publishers as Evil Overlords, this isnt just about academic publishers. This is about the conflicts of interest that can arise any time you have gatekeepers. Open access publishing in and of itself wouldnt solve this problem. (The article in question is open access.) Nor would having journals published by scientific societies solve this problem. An editor could be just as difficult and unreasonable as a publisher. So can reviewers ...
Five Cornell faculty members have been elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the worlds largest general scientific society.
The ESCOP monographs contain extremely valuable up-to-date information not only for research in the fiel of phytotherapy but also for academic teaching and for advanced training events. The information is provided by an independent scientific society committed to the highest scientific standards.. Prof. Robert Fürst. Institute of Pharmaceutical Biology, Faculty of Biochemistry, Chemistry and Pharmacy, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany.. ...
What is most amusing about squaring the circles is that even after its impossibility was very solidly proven in 1882, enthusiastic amateurs kept on trying to "solve" the impossible problem for many years after. This has some analogues in government as well... but Ill try again to keep off that tangent. You may recall that back in episode 20, I talked about an 1897 attempt by a confused Indiana resident to legislate that pi was really equal to 3.2-- this was partially based on his supposedly successful attempts to square a circle using this value. Before you laugh too hard at him or the legislators who actually listened to him, we should note that somehow he got his bogus circle-squaring method published in the American Mathematical Monthly, which will forever be an embarrassment to that publication. In 1911, British professor E.W. Hobson wrote, "Every Scientific Society still receives from time to time communications from the circle squarer and the trisector of angles, who often make amusing ...
What is most amusing about squaring the circles is that even after its impossibility was very solidly proven in 1882, enthusiastic amateurs kept on trying to "solve" the impossible problem for many years after. This has some analogues in government as well... but Ill try again to keep off that tangent. You may recall that back in episode 20, I talked about an 1897 attempt by a confused Indiana resident to legislate that pi was really equal to 3.2-- this was partially based on his supposedly successful attempts to square a circle using this value. Before you laugh too hard at him or the legislators who actually listened to him, we should note that somehow he got his bogus circle-squaring method published in the American Mathematical Monthly, which will forever be an embarrassment to that publication. In 1911, British professor E.W. Hobson wrote, "Every Scientific Society still receives from time to time communications from the circle squarer and the trisector of angles, who often make amusing ...
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Adam.. Currently Professor of Biomedical Materials & Regenerative Medicine at Imperial College London, Prof Stevens group is investigating the differentiation of stem cells, the design of bioactive scaffolds and new approaches for tissue regeneration, including a newly set-up clinical trial for bone regeneration in humans.. Everyone is welcome. Free for members, £2 for non-members. Followed by refreshments (that means smoothies, cheese and grapes!).. This talk is part of the SciSoc - Cambridge University Scientific Society series.. ...
Non-profit scientific society whose mission is to enhance the knowledge of the interactions between tissues and organs coordinating in the function of the musculoskeletal system. ...
Our scoliosis specific goals fall within the basic objectives of comprehensive conservative treatment of Idiopathic Scoliosis, as specified by the International Scientific Society on Scoliosis Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Treatment (SOSORT) ...
The necessary conditions of CFP are not found out until now even if several of them became clear. Most important conditions are 1) materials should be 3d and 4d transition-metals, 2) there should be hydrogen isotopes above some critical concentration in the material at least in the surface region, 3) surface layers of foreign atoms should be on the surface of the materials, 4) presence of background neutrons around the experimental system. Without these conditions, there are no positive results observed.. Then, the problem of CFP is what is necessary for it to be accepted by current scientific society. There are many negative results by orthodox means and logic showing impossibility of CFP including those by Leggett and Baym, S. Ichimaru, and others. It is, however, necessary to notice that their negative discussion is confined to the problem of d-d fusion in solids. Why they are so narrow-sighted? I don ft understand it. There are many fields around us not explored yet.. gPhysics of Neutrons in ...
On 6 March 2006, the Danish Medicines Agency wrote a letter to a number of scientific societies to make them clarify certain aspects of the treatment of hypertension in Denmark.
Pada awal tahun 1948, Leloir dan timnya mengidentifikasi mendasar tentang nukleotida gula untuk metabolisme karbohidrat, mengubah Instituo Campomar menjadi lembaga biokimia terkenal di seluruh dunia. Segera setelah itu, Leloir menerima Argentine Scientific Society Prize, salah satu dari banyak penghargaan yang ia terima baik di Argentina maupun internasional. Selama ini, timnya mendedikasikan dirinya untuk mempelajari glikoprotein ; Leloir dan rekan-rekannya menjelaskan mekanisme utama metabolisme galaktosa (sekarang diciptakan jalur Leloir) dan menentukan penyebab galaktosemia, kelainan genetik serius yang mengakibatkan intoleransi laktosa ...
4. Relationship Extraction. Part 4 of Information Extraction Sunita Sarawagi. The Problem. Relate extracted entities - unstructured text not partitioned into records Various competitions MUC ACE BioCreAtIvE II Protein-Protein Interaction. Groups of Relationships. ACE: Slideshow 5775321 by melvyn
At Instituto Bernabeu we complete a personalised fertility study on every patient as every case is different. After a detailed consultation, the gynaecologist ...
Horizon Discovery™ (Horizon), a leading provider of research tools to support translational genomics and the development of personalized medicines, today announced it has entered into a large-scale licensing agreement with a Japanese medical university. The agreement covers a limited use label license for academic use of 250 of Horizons X-MAN™ genetically defined, isogenic cell lines, and demonstrates the global recognition of the companys in vitro disease models.
The former secretary of Department of Biotechnology, Dr Maharaj K Bhan is of the opinion that the Indian bioscience sector, from being obscure in the past to the present day global recognition, has come a long way in last three decades ...
Graham Askew, Simon Walker, BBSRC (Jan 2018), £699,781. Jennifer Tomlinson, Royal Society (Jan 2018), £512,801. Carrie Ferguson, Bryan Taylor, Harry Rossiter, The Physiological Society (Dec 2017), £7,392. Ralf Richter, Royal Society (Dec 2017), £6,000. Christine Foyer, British Council Newton Fund (Dec 2017), £49,840. Adrian Whitehouse and colleagues in School of Chemistry and University of Liverpool, MRC (Nov 2017), £622,319. Michelle Peckham, Neil Ransom, MRC (Nov 2017), £495,159. Dave Lewis, British Council India (Nov 2017), £22,540. Hannah Dugdale, Royal Society (Nov 2017), £15,000. Elton Zeqiraj, Royal Society (Nov 2017), £15,000. Shaunna Burke, Cancer Research UK Innovation Grant (Nov 2017), £20,000. Alex ONeill and colleagues in Chemistry, BBSRC (Nov 2017), £431,865. Jessica Kwok, Wings for Life (Nov 2017), £87,365. Tom Bennett, BBSRC (Oct 2017), £523,679. Neil Ranson, Darren Tomlinson, BBSRC (Oct 2017), £494,318. Nikita Gamper, BBSRC (Oct 2017), £490,426. Amanda Bretman ...
1. Shils ME, Olson JA, Shike M, eds. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease. 9th ed. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins; 1999: 1772. 2. Shils ME, Olson JA, Shike M, eds. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease. 9th ed. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins; 1999: 210,860,1422,1424. 3. Nelson M, Ash R, Mulvhill C, et al. Iron status, diet and cognitive function in British adolescent girls. Poster presented at: The Nutrition Societys Nutrition 2000-Research Themes for the New Millenium; June 26-30; University College, Cork, Ireland.. 4. Kara M, Hasinoff BB, McKay DW, et al. Clinical and chemical interactions between iron preparations and ciprofloxacin. Br J Clin Pharmacol. 1991;31:257-261. 5. Polk RE, Healy DP, Sahai J, et al. Effect of ferrous sulfate and multivitamins with zinc on absorption of ciprofloxacin in normal volunteers. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 1989;33:1841-1844. 6. Campbell NR, Kara M, Hasinoff BB, et al. Norfloxacin interaction with antacids and minerals. Br J Clin Pharmacol. ...
Proceeding/Conference:Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia (2005), Volume 29, Twenty-ninth Annual Scientific Meeting, Melbourne, Victoria, 30 November - 3 December 2005 ...
The January Nutrition Society Paper of the Month is from Public Health Nutrition and is entitled Implications of inconsistent anaemia policies for children and adolescents in Africa Almost 50 % of children and adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa are anaemic, which has profound effects on their intellectual and physical development and their chance of survival. Evidence-based policies are…
The text below is a sneak peak of an abstract that PhD student Bethan Clifford has submitted for the Nutrition Society Summer Meeting this year. It remains to be seen if it will be accepted (hey! even if it isnt you have read it and can comment). The abstract is really the product of some navel…
Question and answer session from the CIRM governing boards Spotlight on Disease seminar on March 21, 2012 in Sacramento, California. The board heard from UC Davis researchers who are using bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells to develop new methods for repairing bone deformities and non-healing bone fractures.
The Community Calendar is the #1 resource for planning your Jewish event in St. Louis! Posting your events on the calendar gives you increased publicity and the opportunity to plan around other community happenings. If you want to add your events to the Community Calendar, please submit your event here.. ...
UK Agencies Look to Overhaul Cancer Drugs Fund By Zachary Brennan - Published 19 November 2015 The National Health Service (NHS) of England and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) on Thursday introduced a new proposal to transform the £340 million ($520 million) Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) to allow patients to have earlier access to new treatments while real-world evidence is still being collected. Categories: News, Europe, EMA, MHRA, NICE, Biologics and biotechnology, Blood, Crisis management, Drugs, Government affairs, Preclinical, Quality, Reimbursement, Research and development. Tags: cancer drugs, biotech, NICE, NHS, UK cancer drugs, EMA. ...
Its well-known that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) offers billions of dollars in grants to US academic research facilities. Whats less well-known is that each year, hundreds of new inventions are produced in the laboratories of NIH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and these inventions are licensed out to private companies in the US and internationally for further research and development, with the hopes of bringing new products to market. ...
Sarah Calaghan, Ed White, John Colyer, Isuru Jayasinghe, BHF (Jan 2018), £128,308. Christine Foyer, HEFCE GCRF Grant (Jan 2018), £71,158. Alison Baker, HEFCE GCRF Grant (Jan 2018), £2,000. Graham Askew, Simon Walker, BBSRC (Jan 2018), £699,781. Jennifer Tomlinson, Royal Society (Jan 2018), £512,801. Alison Dunn, NERC (Dec 2017), £18,000. Jennifer Tomlinson, Royal Society-Research Fellows Enhancement Award (Dec 2017), £94,681. Helen Miller, AB AGri Grant (Dec 2017), £73,600. Simon Walker, Royal Society Enhancement Award (Dec 2017), £10,000. Carrie Ferguson, Bryan Taylor, Harry Rossiter, The Physiological Society (Dec 2017), £7,392. Ralf Richter, Royal Society (Dec 2017), £6,000. Christine Foyer, British Council Newton Fund (Dec 2017), £49,840. Adrian Whitehouse and colleagues in School of Chemistry and University of Liverpool, MRC (Nov 2017), £622,319. Michelle Peckham, Neil Ransom, MRC (Nov 2017), £495,159. Dave Lewis, British Council India (Nov 2017), £22,540. Elton Zeqiraj, ...
The 4th ISCB Student Council Symposium is a student-organized event featuring keynote lectures, oral presentations and a poster session. In addition to previous years, a career event will be organized with a variety of distinguished speakers from industry and academia. The Symposium is tailored mainly to undergraduate and graduate students as well as post-docs in computational biology and related disciplines. This is once again a unique opportunity to meet fellow students and researchers for networking and exchange of ideas in a great setting ...
If Loughner had gone to the Safeway carrying a regular pistol, the kind most Americans think of when they think of the right to bear arms, Giffords would probably still have been shot and we would still be having that conversation about whether it was a sane idea to put her Congressional district in the cross hairs of a rifle on the Internet. But we might not have lost a federal judge, a 76-year-old church volunteer, two elderly women, Giffordss 30-year-old constituent services director and a 9-year-old girl who had recently been elected to the student council at her school and went to the event because she wanted to see how democracy worked. Adds Peter Goodman on the Huffington Post:. We Americans have developed an agreed-upon social protocol for how to react to the gun-related horrors that regularly capture the news pages. Journalists spring into action with a standard-issue set of questions: What happened? Who did it? What made him snap? Should someone have known? Yet this whole exercise of ...
If Loughner had gone to the Safeway carrying a regular pistol, the kind most Americans think of when they think of the right to bear arms, Giffords would probably still have been shot and we would still be having that conversation about whether it was a sane idea to put her Congressional district in the cross hairs of a rifle on the Internet. But we might not have lost a federal judge, a 76-year-old church volunteer, two elderly women, Giffordss 30-year-old constituent services director and a 9-year-old girl who had recently been elected to the student council at her school and went to the event because she wanted to see how democracy worked. Adds Peter Goodman on the Huffington Post:. We Americans have developed an agreed-upon social protocol for how to react to the gun-related horrors that regularly capture the news pages. Journalists spring into action with a standard-issue set of questions: What happened? Who did it? What made him snap? Should someone have known? Yet this whole exercise of ...
DSR (De Studerendes Råd/Student Council) is an independent student organization sponsored by VIA University College, Campus Horsens. The purpose of DSR is to increase the quality of student life, assure great social atmosphere and enhance the academic environment.Read more ...
Acle Medical Centre would like to improve services for young people. If you are a patient at the Centre please take a few minutes to complete this questionnaire and return it to your Student Council member. ...
Its like MariMite, but with more of everything! Three high schools instead of one, conveniently sharing a dormitory! Three absurdly powerful student councils! Horses! Actually it doesnt have a tenth of the depth of feeling and character development of MariMite; its just pure yuri fanservice. Theres definitely a place for that, but the series is fairly formulaic. Verdict: entertaining, some twists in the plot but a fairly predictable ending, reasonably appealing characters (one or two of which I quite liked). Workmanlike and consistent animation, and the same for the voice acting. With more imaginative writing, this could have been a really fun show. I hesitated to rate it Good rather than Decent, but I really did enjoy the show and the characters, and it kept me well entertained on my train rides. ...
Enabling engineering, expansion, differentiation, characterization, cryopreservation and ultra-cold chain to drive drug discovery applications.
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