Sandia National Laboratories and eight other companies and research organizations will collaborate to advance a distributed power system that can produce cleaner, more efficient electricity.
University Hospitals Case Medical Center's Dr. James Voos, Head Team Physician, The Cleveland Browns, outlined details about a pilot trial using mesenchymal stem cell therapies in patients and athletes at the MSC 2015 conference on Adult Stem Cell Therapy & Regenerative Medicine.
Fontem Ventures, owner of market leading e-cigarette brand blu, announces research partnership with ETH Zurich to conduct study on exhaled e-cigarette aerosols.
PharmaMar has entered into an exclusive license and commercialization agreement with the pharmaceutical company Specialised Therapeutics Australia Pty (STA) to market and distribute the drug candidate APLIDIN® (plitidepsin) in Australia and New Zealand.
Working in partnership with the World Wildlife Fund, the National Oceanography Centre has deployed a submarine glider and an Autonomous Surface Vehicle from Milford Haven, in Wales.
A new online resource from the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools will help school administrators, program directors, civic leaders, and others sustain programs that prepare children for academic success while promoting their social, emotional, and physical health.
PNNL researchers and industry are now better equipped to tackle top challenges in grid modernization and buildings efficiency with the dedication today of the new Systems Engineering Building. The facility links real-time grid data, software platforms, specialized laboratories and advanced computing resources for the design and demonstration of new tools to modernize the grid and increase buildings energy efficiency.
To date, the Blavatnik Biomedical Accelerator has provided $12.5 million to support 68 research projects, approximately half of which have led to industry partnerships. Twelve promising new biomedical projects receiving funding are announced.
The American College of Cardiology is collaborating with Apollo Hospitals in India to provide the College's guideline-driven educational content to physicians participating in Apollo's Medvarsity e-learning program, India's first medical e-learning venture.
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, announces the launch of open access journal Reproductive Biomedicine & Society Online.