Science News Archive - October 19, 2010


New research by scientists at the University of Cambridge in England gives insight into how sloths, one of the few mammals with more than seven neck vertebrae, evolved their uniquely long necks.

EcoBees: Being Green Has Never Been Easier EcoBees is an exciting new breed of Reuse network that has enjoyed massive growth since its launch in Spring 2010. (PRWEB) October 19, 2010 The environmental virtues of the three R’s, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle are commonly espoused, and rightly so.

DocuLex Archive Studio Improves an Organization’s Business Process with Added Workflow Document Management Ability DocuLex (http://www.doculex.com), the creators of content management solutions, announces updates to the DocuLex workflow decision engine.

University Research Co., LLC Celebrates 45th Anniversary: Company Leads Efforts to Improve the Quality of Health Care Around the World Bethesda-based University Research Co., LLC (URC), a company dedicated to improving global health and social services, commemorates its 45th anniversary this month.

Goodwyn IRB Launches New Research Institute Goodwyn’s Novel Approach Takes Clinical Research Basics To a Whole New Level: What started with $20K at the kichen counter in Ellen Kelso's house 11 years ago, is going global today with a new element that offers education with a twist that will help her clients grow their clinical research abilities. Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) October 19, 2010 Goodwyn Institutional Review Board (IRB)® has expanded their clinical research support capabilities by launching the new Goodwyn Research InstituteTM (GRI).

Language Company Helps New Dual Language Immersion Program by Donating $7,000 Worth of Language Learning Computer Software Visual Link Languages® helps Majestic Elementary’s new Spanish immersion program. Ogden, UT (PRWEB) October 19, 2010 On Monday, October 18th, Visual Link Languages®, the world’s premier Spanish language computer software company, donated $7,000 worth of Spanish learning software to Majestic Elementary School in Ogden. Dual Immersion programs are increasing in popularity throughout the country.

A Career Spike in Regenerative Medicine Jobs Demands Innovative Business Solutions More graduates, employers, and employees focusing on a career in regenerative medicine demands focused and innovative recruiting solutions for jobs in the regenerative medicine, cell therapy, and stem cell sectors. Bellingham, WA and Vancouver, BC (Vocus) October 19, 2010 In response to a growing demand for regenerative medicine jobs, two companies with a history of collaborating in the space recently announced the launch of an online recruitment system specialized in the field of regenerative medicine. "The development and launch of this online recruiting tool is in response to an unmet demand we see based on extensive industry experience and considerable market research," says Cell Therapy Group's Lee Buckler. "Most life science companies have now begun investing in regenerative medicine strategies and the trend has even leaked outside of life science to companies such as Google Ventures which has inf

New E-Commerce Internet Site for Spectscopy Cuvettes and Flow Cytometry Cells Launched by NSG Precision Cells NSG Precision Cells, A leading cuvette manufacturer for spectroscopy cuvettes, custom made quartz optical components, and other fine quartz products, is happy to announce the launch of their new e-commerce website. Farmingdale, NY (Vocus) October 19, 2010 NSG Precision Cells has turned out to be a single best global leader in excellent quality and pricing for quartz and glass cuvettes for spectroscopy, flow cytometry optics, microfluidic chips, and other extremely exact quartz optical components.

Word of the Day
  • An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
  • A timorous, cowardly fellow.
Probably a blend of meek and cock, or from meek +‎ -ock (“diminutive suffix”).