Latest Scott Nelson Stories

2014-04-15 23:03:45

Dr. Nelson brings added technology leadership and product development expertise. Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) April 15, 2014 Multi-Tech Systems, a leading provider of machine-to-machine (M2M) technology, has appointed Scott Nelson, PhD, to its advisory board. Dr. Nelson, chief technology officer and executive vice president enterprise growth for Logic PD, is responsible for leveraging Logic PD’s technology expertise, business modeling capabilities and user understanding across a wide range...

Using 3 Or More Embryos Does Not Raise IVF Odds
2012-01-13 06:30:28

A new British study of fertility treatments found that women who receive three or more embryos during in-vitro fertilization treatments have no greater chance of having a baby than those who get just two embryos. The researchers concluded that transferring three or more embryos "should no longer be supported in women of any age". Women undergoing IVF treatment are frequently implanted with three or more embryos to maximize the odds of at least one developing into a healthy baby. ...

2011-01-05 08:25:00

Researchers from universities in Scotland and England say that they have developed a new, highly accurate assessment for couples hoping to have a child through in-vitro fertilization (IVF). The experimental model, which was created by Scott Nelson from the University of Glasgow in Scotland and Debbie Lawlor from the University of Bristol in England, is currently available online and will soon be released as a smartphone app as well. The prediction model is also discussed in a paper published...

2008-06-27 13:43:46

Mayor Scott Nelson is as concerned as anyone about global climate change, but also worries about how his town will be affected by a new carbon tax that could not come at a worst time for the lumber and ranching town located 340 miles north of Vancouver. Like many communities, Williams Lake, British Colombia (BC), is struggling amid record high energy prices.  Effective July 1, the city's residents will now be among the first North Americans to pay a levy that aims to curb global warming....

2005-11-29 21:57:48

SALMON, Idaho (Reuters) - When Scott Nelson learned an aging bridge over the Missouri River was to be tossed on the scrap heap of history, he did the only thing a lifelong preservationist could do: he offered to give it a home. "I couldn't sleep at night knowing what might happen to it," Nelson said of the 101-year-old, 60-ton, 573-foot (174 meters), one-lane, steel-truss bridge over the Missouri between Helena and Cascade in north central Montana. Montana's Transportation Department...

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  • A vial or small glass bottle, especially one for holding vinegar, oil, etc.; a caster for liquids.
This word is Middle English in origin, and ultimately comes from the Old French, diminutive of 'crue,' flask.