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Monthly Archives: December 2009
WBTshowcase to Present Emerging and Converging Companies and Technologies at WBT2010 (The Auto Channel)
ARLINGTON, Texas–Investors and corporate licensees from Fortune 1000 companies will meet once again in Arlington, Texas for the eighth annual WBTshowcase (WBT2010), the world’s largest forum offering a prescreened, pre-prepped collection of undiscovered companies and intellectual property emanating from top … Continue reading
I want to extend best wishes to the citizens of Pearland for 2010. We had trying time and many challenged during 2009 with the national economic downturn and the cleanup after the unexpected visit of Hurricane Ike. By design, Pearland … Continue reading
Medicine At Work from NuPhysicia LLC, the nation’s first telemedicine workplace clinic program, has expanded services into Atlanta. This cost-effective workplace clinic option for employers is now gaining new customers in both Texas and Georgia.
Residents of Yellow Medicine County will become eligible to participate in a prescription drug discount program sponsored by the National Association of Counties, county administrator Ryan Krosch said Wednesday. Krosch said the Yellow Medicine County Board voted to participate in … Continue reading
Two leaders of the city’s largest counterfeit medicine group, who stored more than 10 tons of fake medicine, were brought to Xuanwu district court yesterday.
OMAHA – The science of personalized medicine will be on the menu for this month’s Omaha Science Café.
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Decode Genetics has received another letter from the Nasdaq Stock Exchange notifying the firm that for 30 consecutive business days the market value of its publicly traded common stock was below $15 million, which is … Continue reading
Humans are inadvertently manipulating bird genetics by innocently providing birds with feeders in winter, according to findings by German researchers. Over less than 30 generations, birds visiting British and European gardens in winter have …
Looking for love? Try leaning in for a … cheek swab.
Authorities say a DNA test has helped them solve a 1986 murder — a crime for which another man served more than 20 years in prison before being exonerated.
Police allegedly seize DNA samples from heirs to an Argentine media empire, in a probe into forced adoption.
DNA kits sold online and in drugstores allow people to trace ancestry, reveal paternity, confirm pets’ pedigree and even check one’s propensity for serious diseases.
Innocent people trying to get their records taken off police DNA databases face a postcode lottery, say the Tories.
A vast majority of felons whose profiles are missing from Wisconsin’s DNA databank are no longer in prison or on probation or parole, records provided Wednesday to the Journal Sentinel show. According to the state Department of Corrections, nearly 87% … Continue reading
Innocent people who want to delete their DNA from police databases face a “postcode lottery” over their chances of success, it was claimed today.
Innocent people face a postcode lottery in the way police treat requests to remove their records from the national DNA database, according to figures published today.
COLUMBIA CITY, Ind. (AP) — Authorities say DNA tests have confirmed that the body found in a northern Indiana creek is that of a woman whose ex-husband is charged with killing her.
COLORADO SPRINGS – A DNA sample taken from a prisoner set to be released next week, may solve a 2004 cold case murder.
In the Guardian , Ian Sample writes that the last 10 years saw the “rise of biology” and that genetics was central to that move to the forefront. The first step, he says, was the sequencing of the human genome … Continue reading
A useful guide for the bioinformatics tool builders [Discovering Biology in a Digital World] (ScienceBlogs)
I often get questions about bioinformatics, bioinformatics jobs and career paths. Most of the questions reflect a general sense of confusion between creating bioinformatics resources and using them. Bioinformatics is unique in this sense. No one confuses writing a package … Continue reading