Science News Archive - April 28, 2011

• The Spanish multinational specialized in the development, construction and maintenance of solar photovoltaic farms - has built in this period six solar farms in Italy (26.09 MW) and two solar farms in Spain (10.34 MW). • Totalling, an investment of 182 million Euros. • This represents record figures for OPDE´s activity which in the period 2005-2010 had accumulated 101 MW, a figure that has now been increased with an additional 36.43 MW in the activity from just the first quarter of 2011. • OPDE has a pipeline for the rest of the year (apart from the mentioned projects), to which can be added the 40.32 MW in ten other photovoltaic solar plants in which over 200 million Euros will be invested. • The Spanish multinational is in contact with various clients and investment funds, both in Europe and the U.S., for the sale of photovoltaic solar plants built and connected in 2011. • OPDE underlines that the high activity recorded during the first quarter of 2011 is due in p

Next Generation Test Orchestration Automation Framework Delivers Selenium Test Recording in Internet Explorer and Google Chrome and Advanced Root Cause Analysis Reports Campbell, CA (PRWEB) April 27, 2011 PushToTestâ„¢, the 10-year-old Open Source Test (OST) company, announced today the immediate availability of TestMakerâ„¢ 6, the latest version of its next generation Ajax and Flex Web application testing platform.

Muscular-skeleton, joint injuries and arthritis affect over 100 million Americans, or one in every three people. A majority of these people develop chronic problems and disability.

Key Findings from Pfizer Nutrition’s NOURISH Survey Madison, NJ (PRWEB) April 27, 2011 Multimedia Release: Multimedia Content Attached To view the full multimedia news release, please visit http://www.NOURISHSurvey.com/ New findings from the NOURISH (KNOwledge, UndeRstanding & InsightS Into CHild Nutrition) Survey reveal that nearly half (47 percent) of health care professionals (HCPs) surveyed globally believe that most parents of children they see still do not fully understand the long-term impact of early nutrition.(1) Despite regular dialogue with parents about an optimal balance of nutrients during their child’s first five years of life, HCPs reported that when it comes to feeding and nutrition, less than one-fifth (17 percent) of parents are “very concerned” about ensuring their child is getting the right balance of nutrients that they need.(1) The NOURISH Survey also revealed an opportunity to provide parents with additional guidance and education about healthy gro

Sportsmen and women across the country have reason for encouragement today after the administration initiated steps to restore Clean Water Act protections to many wetlands and streams. Memphis, Tenn.

Research from the American Optometric Association indicates that 1 in 4 children has a vision problem that affects learning.

Data Devices International, Inc. announces the introduction of the new Model 887 All-In-One Hard Drive Duplicator/Eraser, the first machine to duplicate and erase SATA, SAS, IDE, SCSI, and Fiber Channel Hard Drives all in one machine.

Flavia tells her story to TAALK to empower adults of past childhood sexual abuse to heal and to encourage children living with sexual abuse to talk until they get the help they deserve.

The Institute for Laboratory Automation and Lab Manager Magazine have created Lab Automation University, an annual event to teach lab managers and personnel how to plan for and apply automation technologies to their work. (PRWEB) April 27, 2011 The Institute for Laboratory Automation and Lab Manager Magazine have joined together to create Lab Automation University, an annual event to teach lab managers, personnel and support teams how to plan for and apply automation technologies to their work.

The latest ‘iYogi scam alerts’ is an informative piece that aims to enlighten customers to beware of the domain name scam.

Word of the Day
  • The abrogation of a law by a higher authority; annulment.
  • In music, during the eighteenth century, a song or an instrumental piece similar to the serenade, intended for performance in the open air.
The word 'cassation' comes from the French 'cassation', from Latin 'casso' ("destroy, annul").