Latest Matos Stories

2010-07-21 12:31:00

LOURES, Portugal, July 21, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Hovione is announcing the nomination of two of its scientists to the United States Pharmacopeia (USP), for the period 2010-2015. Jason Suggett, PhD has been named to the General Chapters - Dosage Forms Expert Committee and Nuno Matos is joining the Chemical Analysis Expert Committee. Jason Suggett joins as an expert in the field of inhalation products and will contribute his knowledge in the area of new testing procedures for inhalation...

2009-06-27 13:58:49

Puerto Rico's new non-profit print newspaper -- The Daily Sun -- could be a model for struggling newspapers elsewhere, its editors say. This really has the potential to be a successful business model, Managing Editor Angel Matos told The Miami Herald in a story published Saturday. The Sun's seven reporters, and others on the 85-member staff, came from the San Juan Daily Star, a Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper that closed last summer after 40 years. The Sun is selling about 15,000 copies...

2008-08-23 12:00:09

By Associated Press BEIJING -- A Cuban taekwondo athlete and his coach were banned for life after Angel Matos kicked the referee in the face following his bronze-medal match disqualification. Cuban coach Leudis Gonzalez offered no apology for Matos' actions during the men's over-80 kg (176 pounds) match. Matos was winning 3-2, with 1:02 in the second round, when he fell to the mat after being hit by his opponent, Kazakhstan's Arman Chilmanov. He was sitting there, awaiting medical...

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