Science News Archive - October 31, 2010
ClickVerse.com: The Education Social Network Challenges Users to Learn and Retain Japanese in 60 seconds ClickVerse.com is an education social network that focuses on making learning fun by challenging its users to study and take tests under time restraints.
Nu/Hart Hair Clinics Adds Dr. Jason Lukasweciz to their International Staff Nu/Hart Hair Clinics, the world leader in hair restoration, welcomes Dr.
ImmunoSite Technologies Has Been Working With The â€œCD4 Initiativeâ€ To Develop Quality Assurance Materials For Novel, Disposable CD4 Test The CD4 Initiative at Imperial College, London, funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation grants, is nearing a major breakthrough in HIV/AIDS care by developing a simple, inexpensive CD4 point-of-care test specifically designed for resource-poor settings.
Total Rejuvenation HGH Center Welcomes New Director The Total Rejuvenation HGH Center, which provides human growth hormone therapy and testosterone treatment, has announced the hiring of its new director, Glenn Dorsey. Miami, FL (PRWEB) October 30, 2010 The Total Rejuvenation HGH Center, which provides human growth hormone therapy and testosterone treatment, has announced the hiring of its new director, Glenn Dorsey. Dr.
Newly Diagnosed with Lyme Disease Time for Lyme Medical Director, Dr. Harriet Kotsoris on Five Important Questions to Ask Right Away Greenwich, CT (PRWEB) October 30, 2010 â€œMy doctor just told me I have Lyme disease.
Childrenâ€™s Cancer Research Fund Presents 2010 Butterfly Awards Childrenâ€™s Cancer Research Fund® honored four individuals and organizations with its Butterfly Award presented at the 2010 Partnership Summit.
An Indian mission leader said Saturday that the country will have its first scientific expedition to the South Pole on Monday to analyze environmental changes in the frozen continent over the past 1,000 years.
Every species is being tracked through a DNA barcode in an attempt to keep track of the ones that are endangered, as well as those being shipped across international borders as food or consumer products.
- 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.