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Scientists Geoffrey Donnan, Jim McCluskey and Doug Hilton (left to right). Photo: Justin McManus Australia's medical researchers have called on both sides of politics to adopt the advice of a key review which would boost research spending and
Jennifer Budwig, Redwood Capital Bank vice president and regional area manager, will discuss the topic at the Humboldt Institute for Interdisciplinary Marijuana Research's speaker series on the HSU campus on Tuesday. Her thesis for the Pacific Coast
Chief minister Jagadish Shettar on Friday announced Rs43 crore more grants for religious mutts and institutions, ignoring protests the opposition in the legislative council. This is in addition to the already announced Rs383 crore of grants for mutts.
February 14, 2013 PowerLiens.com, the largest directory of doctors working on personal injury liens, has recognized one of their Preferred Providers for going above and beyond the normal practice of a chiropractic office. Dr. Mitchel
Under the new policy, tentatively approved last week, the 13 board members of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine who represent institutions eligible for funding from the agency would no longer vote on grants brought before the board...
New Zealand Organisation for Rare Disorders In this issue: 1 Rare Disease Day is one month away...Help sought from Ombudsman's Office over Pharmac's rejection of funding under exceptional circumstances...Important decision on carer payments expected
Nine institutions selected OnCore, with the majority implementing the system across multidisciplinary research groups: Levine Cancer Institute Shriners Hospitals for Children Georgia Regents University OnCore has long been established as the nation's
In interview, Palestinian leader's widow says Arafat decided to launch Intifada after Camp David, according to research institute. Yasser Arafat's widow Suha admitted that the late Palestinian leader premeditated the Second Intifada, in an interview
Newswise A century after the world's first ultrasonic detection device invented in response to the sinking of the Titanic Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute scientists have provided the first neurophysiological evidence for something that
Taipei, Nov. 21 (CNA) The output value of Taiwan's petrochemical sector is expected to rise about 7.6 percent in the fourth quarter from a quarter earlier on expectations that stimulus measures by major economies will boost demand, a government