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Since 2002, Air-Met Scientific has been working closely together with gas detection experts Industrial Scientific to protect workers on the job and sending workers home alive by providing innovative gas detection solutions. Here's a quick message from the President & CEO of Industrial Scientific Corporation, Justin Mcelhattan on working with Air-Met Scientific. For more information about Industrial Scientific's range of gas detection solutions in Australia, visit www.airmet.com.au or call 1800 000 744.
Partnering on long term and higher risk research projects to address significant, global diagnostic health problems. Minter Ellison Rudd Watts Research & Business Partnership Finalist The University of Canterbury and Canterbury Scientific have successfully collaborated on projects to improve diagnosis of complications arising from diabetes. These collaborations have grown into a strong partnership addressing diagnostic health issues in diabetes, preeclampsia, and hypertension with an aim of developing new biotechnology products. Our partnership supports Canterbury Scientific’s R&D challenges and goals, provides a clear path to market for new IP developed at the University of Canterbury and engages undergraduate and postgraduate students to provide them with relevant, industry experience ...
Plenary Session RUCN2017
Sweets delves deeper into partnership being fostered between Booth and Brennan. Subscribe now for more Bones clips: http://fox.tv/SubscribeFOX Watch more videos from Bones: http://fox.tv/BonesSeason12Playlist Catch up on full episodes now: http://fox.tv/WATCHbones See more of Bones on our official site: http://fox.tv/Bones Like Bones on Facebook: http://fox.tv/Bones_FB Follow Bones on Twitter: http://fox.tv/Bones_Twitter Add Bones on Google+: http://fox.tv/BonesPlus Add Bones on Pinterest: http://fox.tv/BonesPinterest Follow Bones on Instagram: http://fox.tv/BonesIG Like FOX on Facebook: http://fox.tv/FOXTV_FB Follow FOX on Twitter: http://fox.tv/FOXTV_Twitter Add FOX on Google+: http://fox.tv/FOXPlus BONES, a darkly amusing procedural entering its 12th season, centers on Dr....
A research career journey in partnership with Elsevier. http://www.biggerbrains.com
MEMBS aims to build a fruitful collaboration with national and international professional organizations, which are working in any of the Molecular Biology fields, on research, diagnostic and educational levels. MEMBS is a leading scientific voice for Molecular Biology on both (local and international levels). On the local level: MEMBS is the central organization in the region, which is working to coordinate and link between all the active organizations, which are playing the main roles in the Molecular Biology field on different levels, were they research center, diagnostic lab, hospital, clinic, association, society or group, To facilitate the performance of their mission, and guarantee professional experience exchange (were they governmental department / or private organization). On t...
The National Science Foundation (NSF) Office of Legislative and Public Affairs and the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts (USC/SCA) announced the formation of a partnership to launch the nations first program linking a major federal scientific funding agency with a cinema school. This partnership, dubbed the Creative Science Studio, or CS2, plans to commence in the fall of 2010 on the SCA campus.
Three leading urologists discuss the benefits and opportunities they anticipate through the new partnership formed as a result of the Boston Scientific acquisition of the AMS Men’s Health and Prostate Health Businesses. The physicians featured in the video are Cully C. Carson, III, MD of UNC School of Medicine, Brian Matlaga, MD, MPH of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Glenn M. Preminger, MD of Duke Urology.
Maciek Wozniak of Scientific Partners gives a talk on Good Practice Analysis - Knowledge Transfer Partnership at the DIFASS Spin offs / Start up / Early stage Workshop held on 28th November, 2013 in Llanera, Spain.
Just a little club some of you might enjoy because we have recess and you don't have to pay to get into the club. You get a free nickname once you join, and it's in special code, so I think some of you would like to join. If you want to learn how to join, watch the next preview.
This is the improved version of the preview. There will be a box to put you name and birthday on a slip of paper and the name you chose in a special code that goes like this: 1(A) 2(B) 3(C) 4(D) etc., etc., etc., etc. ... So you take a letter of the alphabet and take what number of the alphabet it is and use that number to write a letter. The box will be put up on July 31st, the day "Aliens in the Attic" comes out. Sign up if you want the Earth to be better.
In 2016, two researchers shared the same question: what is the uptake of and barriers to human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination? Upon meeting, Nicole Basta from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health and Cecily Banura from the Makerere University College of Health Sciences quickly realized their complementary skills and expertise would enable them to tackle this question in rural Uganda, a country where the HPV vaccine has been rolled out nationwide. Their partnership tells the story of how scientific and medical discovery thrives when studies cross borders, and creates the potential to improve health worldwide. Their collaboration was ignited by the Uganda Hub’s networking efforts and funded by an AHC Seed Grant from the University of Minnesota Center for Global Health and So...