Join us at this DIFFERENTIATED & FOCUSED conference on "BIOPLASTICS" and get updated on how traditional polymers as well as newer materials are being developed from renewable food / non-food biomass; a radical shift from petroleum based industry.
Staff at Queenscourt Hospice in Southport are taking advantage of the portability and ease of use of SonoSite's NanoMaxx® hand-carried ultrasound system to direct symptom-relieving treatments for a range of conditions.
Contract and clinical research organizations (CROs) in the Asia Pacific region are increasingly being leverage by the biopharmaceutical industry to counter challenges of recession, patent expiry, rising R&D costs and dwindling productivity.
MIRA TELECOM finalized a new security project in Drobeta Turnu Severin. The company delivered a street urban video surveillance system, within the project "Social safety and security in Drobeta Turnu Severin, through video surveillance systems".
Researchers in the Department of Organic Chemistry at the Chemistry Institute of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro are taking advantage of the modular Asia flow chemistry system from Syrris to develop biocatalyzed continuous flow reactions.
Vesper, Inc. has finished its first phase of work on NASA's James Webb Space Telescope sunshield. Vesper designed and built specialized metrology inspection tooling to enable the sunshield measurements. Vesper's team has now measured two of the sunshield layers under various conditions, to verify shape and dimensional specifications.
MIRA TELECOM presented a scientific paper on collagen fibers shrinkage measurement, at the 1st International Seminar and Workshop on "Emerging Technology and Innovation for Cultural Heritage- Preservation of Parchment, Leather and Textiles", held between 24- 26 September 2012 at the National Museum of Romania's History in Bucharest.
The image quality and ease of use of SonoSite's NanoMaxx® hand-carried ultrasound system are allowing paediatricians at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust in Reading to provide precisely targeted intramuscular injections for the relief of spasticity in children with cerebral palsy.
The project called "Advanced detection of low frequency mechanical vibrations" (DAVME) is worth 11,235 Euro and benefits from EU funding worth around 10,000 de Euro, through the National Research, Development and Innovation Programme II (PNCDI II) 2007- 2013.
Bell Chem is sponsoring this year's International Citrus and Beverage Conference in cooperation with the University of Florida. The conference is being held this week in Clearwater Beach, Florida and will focus on key issues related to the citrus, beverage, and juice industry.