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2008-12-01 12:01:00

Presentation to Highlight Results of Ocular Neuroprotection Candidate FREMONT, Calif., Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Quark Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a development-stage pharmaceutical company discovering and developing novel RNA interference (RNAi)-based therapeutics, today announced that its Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Rami Skaliter is scheduled to present results on the Company's ocular neuroprotection candidate at the 20th Annual Piper Jaffray Health Care Conference to be held December 2-3, 2008...

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2008-11-14 10:06:20

Soeren Prell and a team of Iowa State University researchers are part of an international research team testing a theory that led to a share of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physics for Japanese researchers Makoto Kobayashi and Toshihide Maskawa. Prell, an Iowa State University associate professor of physics and astronomy, is part of the BaBar experiment at the U.S. Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo Park, Calif. Prell returned to Iowa State this summer after a...

2008-10-08 06:00:18

By Dennis Overbye A U.S. and two Japanese physicists won the Nobel Prize in Physics on Tuesday for their work exploring the hidden symmetries between elementary particles that are the deepest constituents of nature. Yoichiro Nambu, of the University of Chicago's Enrico Fermi Institute, will receive half of the 10 million kroner prize, or about $1.4 million, awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Makoto Kobayashi, of the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization in...

2008-10-08 06:00:18

By Dan Vergano Insights into the peculiarities of the smallest subatomic particles and the existence of the universe have netted one American and two Japanese theorists the 2008 Nobel Prize in physics. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded half of the $1.4 million prize Tuesday to Yoichiro Nambu, 87, of the University of Chicago and the remainder to Makoto Kobayashi, 64, of Japan's High Energy Accelerator Research Organization and Toshihide Maskawa, 68, of Kyoto University....

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2008-10-07 14:00:00

Two Japanese scientists and a Japanese-born American have been awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize in physics for their work with subatomic particles which provided new insights into the nature of matter. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced the winners - Yoichiro Nambu, Makoto Kobayashi and Toshihide Maskawa "“ on Tuesday. American Yoichiro Nambu, 87, of the University of Chicago, won half of the prize for the discovery of a mechanism called spontaneous broken symmetry in...

2008-07-18 12:00:48

Quark, a developer of desktop publishing and dynamic publishing software, has acquired the assets of In.vision Research, a software company that develops add-in to Microsoft Word for XML authoring. As part of this acquisition, Quark also gains products that support industry standards such as DITA and SPL (structured product labeling, an initiative of the US FDA), which helps Quark access other markets and applications. In addition, In.vision will enhance Quark's ability to connect to...

2008-07-17 12:00:44

Quark Inc., announced today that it has acquired the assets of In.vision Research Corporation, a Florida-based software company that develops the industry-leading add-in to Microsoft(R) Word for XML authoring. This acquisition elevates Quark to the unique position of being the sole company to bring together professional design and simplified XML authoring capabilities into one single integrated system. In addition, this acquisition will enable Quark to support Microsoft Word users within all...

2007-11-22 09:16:39

British poet William Blake once wrote that a world was contained in a grain of sand. Physicists have done one better, finding a surprising link between streams of flowing sand grains and the birth of the universe. A new study in the latest issue of the journal Physical Review Letters finds that flowing sand grains show liquid-like behavior also witnessed in particle-collider experiments that simulate our universe's first moments. "Nature plays the tricks that it...

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2006-07-12 09:07:23

What if the tiniest components of matter were somehow different from the way they exist now, perhaps only slightly different or maybe a lot? What if they had been different from the moment the universe began in the big bang? Would matter as we know it be the same? Would humans even exist? Scientists are starting to find answers to some profound questions such as these, thanks to a breakthrough in the calculations needed to understand the strong nuclear force that comes from the motion of...

2005-08-01 05:30:00

Using high-speed collisions between gold atoms, scientists think they have re-created one of the most mysterious forms of matter in the universe -- quark-gluon plasma. This form of matter was present during the first microsecond of the Big Bang and may still exist at the cores of dense, distant stars. UC Davis physics professor Daniel Cebra is one of 543 collaborators on the research. His main role was building the electronic listening devices that collect information about the collisions, a...