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Company: [content deleted]
(Filed: Fri Dec 02 2005)
- Save the world of sharks
Did you know that Sharks never run out of teeth. If one is lost, another spins forward from the rows and rows of backup teeth. A shark may grow and use over 20,000 teeth in its lifetime!
Company: Jupiter Infomedia Pvt Ltd
(Filed: Wed Nov 23 2005)
- Latest News on Marine Phytoplankton Frequensea
Scientists at NASA theorize that some 3 1/2 billion years ago, the world was changed forever. The appearance of tiny organisms with the ability to convert sunlight, warmth, water and minerals into protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and amino acids marked the beginning of life. Phytoplankton, the single-cell plants are the basis of all other life forms on planet earth;, they are the 'vegetation' of the ocean. Marine Phytoplankton are responsible for making up to 90% of Earth's oxygen. Marine phytoplankton are the food utilized by some of the world's largest and longest living animals and fish. Blue Whales, humpbacks, baleen whales and more all eat plankton and live between 80-150 years while maintaining great strength and endurance and are sexually active until they die.
Company: Plankton Health
(Filed: Thu Nov 10 2005)
- New Hope for Alzheimer’s Treatment
Covance is one of the world's largest and most comprehensive drug development services and biotechnology research companies with operations currently in 17 countries. In particular, Covance is a leading provider of innovative antibody products and custom antibody development services to the research community. Visit www.Covance.com for more in-depth information.
(Filed: Wed Oct 26 2005)
- New Book Claims Solomon's Temple Never Existed
A startling new book, Gnosis: The Secret of Solomon's Temple Revealed, by author Philip Gardiner, claims that Solomon's Temple not only didn't exist, but in fact had a much deeper significance.
(Filed: Fri Oct 14 2005)
- INDIGENOUS PEOPLE DEFEND UNITED NATIONS "TERMINATOR" BAN
Indigenous farmers in Peru, the birthplace of the potato, have slammed a move to overturn a UN moratorium on using genetically modified "Terminator" technology in agricultural production.
(Filed: Thu Oct 06 2005)
- APPLEXION go all the whey down under with Aussie scientists
APPLEXION of France, the University of Western Sydney (UWS), Food Science Australia and Dairy Australia have joined forces to market a Franco-Australian eco-friendly dairy-processing breakthrough, which can separate the nutrients contained in whey and turn them into valuable food and pharmaceutical-grade supplements for use in medicines, healthcare and food products.
Company: French Technology Press Bureau
(Filed: Wed May 18 2005)
- Imex Promotion’s clock will send you over the moon
Imex Promotion of France has launched its Moon Clock® – a medal winner for its features and originality at the 2004 Paris Lépine Awards for Innovation. The clock turns at the speed of the lunar month, i.e. over 29 ½ days. It shows the time elapsing between two new or full moons. It is unique on the market, and shows at a glance the phases of the moon as well as the changes in its appearance on a day-to-day basis. With the Moon Clock ®, it is no longer necessary to rely on observations of the sky as users know precisely when the next full or new moon will be.
Company: French Technology Press Bureau
(Filed: Fri Apr 22 2005)
- Mystical Secrets Revealed.
Florida Author - Michael Levy has written an astounding article on the Kabbalah - that will reveal the ancient secrets to any person who is curious about their views on the meaning of life.
Company: Point of Life Inc
(Filed: Wed Apr 20 2005)
- Wiley InterScience Launches the Analytical Sciences Backfile Collection
Global publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc., today announced the launch of the Analytical Sciences Backfile Collection, the latest addition to its growing collection of digitized journal libraries, and the second to be launched in this year. The Analytical Sciences Backfile Collection is available via Wiley InterScience (http://www.interscience.wiley.com/backfiles), Wiley’s dynamic online publishing platform.
Company: Wiley InterScience
(Filed: Tue Apr 19 2005)
- Frost & Sullivan’s Summit on Global Life Science Molecules: Emerging Opportunities
There is no stopping the global life sciences industry. With worldwide sales of drugs crossing $500 billon, manufacturers are increasingly spending on research & development (R&D), and implementing successful strategies to acquire a greater share of this expanding industry. “New drug discovery”, “biopharmaceutical research”, “custom synthesis”, and “strategic outsourcing” are the latest industry buzzwords. In such a competitive scenario, the Indian pharmaceutical market has shown rapid growth over the years, and has established itself in the global arena. Indian fine chemical and drug manufacturers are establishing themselves as participants to be reckoned with.
Company: Frost & Sullivan
(Filed: Tue Mar 29 2005)