Science News Archive - October 28, 2010
Autism Families Given Fresh Hope -- SimpleStepsAutism.Com Launches American Families Facing the Heart-Breaking Daily Struggle Against Autism Have Found Hope Thanks to a Pioneering Online Teaching-Tool That Makes Support Affordable for Parents.
Stamen Medical Systems and Pos-T-Vac, Inc.
QOOP Powers Online Purchasing of Print-On-Demand Public Domain Books from Google Books â€œIf you want a print copy of a public domain book that we have scanned and indexed, QOOP has now made it easier for you to get one,â€ said Brandon Badger, product manager, Google Books.
Senior Leaders to Gather in New York City for Product and Brand Management Leadership Summit The Product Management Executive Board presents the 2nd Product Management Leadership Summit.
Exbiblio PhoneQi for iPhone is Now available through the Apple App Store.
Advanced Clinical Announces its Workforce Strategy and Strategic Talent Management Model for Clinical Job Consultants Advanced Clinical, a leading provider of talent management solutions in the clinical research industry, announces its workforce strategy and talent management model to effectively recruit and manage clinical consultants.
MIG Welding Nozzle Rental Program Reduces Costs & Helps Environment The PerfectArcsâ„¢ star welding nozzle rental program helps to protect the environment, reduces welding costs, and provides a contribution to a welding student scholarship fund.
Gama Sonic Introduces a New Line of Solar Lighting - the Royal Solar Lamp Posts Gama Sonic USA, the leading manufacturer of solar lighting, introduces their latest line of Solar Lamps, the new Royal Solar Lamp Posts.
True North, LLC Launches New Line of Flame Resistant Clothing True North, the leading manufacturer of flame resistant fleece clothing, launches a new line of Dragonfur® fire resistant base layer clothing.
Syngenta Selects GenomeQuest as Data Platform for Next Generation Sequencing GenomeQuest announced that Syngenta Biotechnology, Inc. selected GenomeQuestâ€™s sequence data management platform for biological research using Next Generation Sequencing (NGS).
- One of a religious order living in a convent or in community; a monk: opposed to anchoret or hermit (one who lives in solitude).
- A social bee.