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Sandia Showcases Biology Breakthroughs Available for Licensing

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Technologies developed in Sandia’s biosciences program could soon find their way into doctors’ offices. At a recent seminar for potential investors and licensees, Sandia bioscientists presented eight ready-to-license technologies in three key areas: medical diagnostics, biosurveillance and therapeutics and drug discovery.

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GenomeNext, Powered by Amazon Web Services and Intel, Achieves Unprecedented Throughput of 1,000 Genomes Analyzed per Day, Enabling Population-Scale Genomics

GenomeNext, LLC, a leader in genomic data management and integrated analysis, announced today that, through the “Intel Heads In The Clouds Challenge on Amazon Web Services (AWS)” with support from JHC Technology, and in conjunction with Nationwide Children’s Hospital, has benchmarked whole genome sequencing analysis at an unprecedented 1,000 genomes per day.

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New Book “Caring for the Heart” Outlines History of Medical Specialization

Mayo Clinic announced today the release of a new book, “Caring for the Heart: Mayo Clinic and the Rise of Specialization.” This historical book weaves together three important themes: major developments in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease in the 20th Century, how Mayo Clinic evolved from a family practice in Minnesota into one of the world's leading medical centers, and how the invention of new technologies and procedures promoted specialization among physicians and surgeons.

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Nutra Products Unveils Independent Expert Clinical Reviews of Three Products

Ingredient B2B company proves purity of its products amid widespread industry adulteration.

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Perimeter Institute and Chalk.com Take Physics Education to the Next Level

A new partnership between Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics (PI) and Kitchener-Waterloo based startup Chalk.com makes theoretical physics lessons accessible to educators worldwide.

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Simulation Effective for Up to Half of Nurse Training: B-Line Medical Partners with University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing to Advance Curriculum

The recent NCSBN National Simulation Study found substantial evidence that up to 50% simulation training can be effectively substituted for traditional clinical experience in all prelicensure core nursing courses. B-Line Medical has partnered with the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing to provide nursing education and hospital simulation programs access to robust and proven healthcare curriculum.

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Georgia State University Reaches Agreement with Chinese Pharmaceutical Company to Develop Cancer-Fighting Compounds

Georgia State University has signed a license agreement with Cisen Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., a comprehensive pharmaceutical enterprise in China, to develop cancer-fighting compounds designed by Georgia State researcher Dr. Binghe Wang, in collaboration with Professor Muxiang Zhou of Emory University, a cancer biologist.

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Air Force Reserve EOD Technician Candidates Wanted

The Air Force Reserve seeks motivated candidates for part-time Explosive Ordnance Disposal technicians. Applicants should be motivated, be able to focus under pressure, possess problem solving and critical thinking skills, and work on a team.

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Expanded Carrier Screening in Reproductive Medicine: New Joint Statement Is Released in Acog's Obstetrics & Gynecology

Carrier screening for inherited genetic disorders is an important part of preconception and prenatal care for the nearly 4 million women who give birth in the US annually. Carrier screening is meant to identify couples at risk for passing on such genetic conditions to their children. While there have been limitations to this approach in the past, new technology in genotyping and genetic sequencing allows for more efficient carrier screening of a greater number of conditions simultaneously.

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Expert: On Valentine’s Day, Moissanite Could Be the Smartest Jewelry Choice

Experts can discuss the prediction that Americans may spend $4.8 billion on jewelry this Valentine’s day, and why moissanite, the world’s most brilliant gem®, represents one of the most economically sensible choices for this type of gift.