Science & Research




Jayesh - Apr 7th, 2017

On Tuesday, April 4, NASA will hold a press conference to unveil the beginning of Cassini’s last mission segment, called the Grand Finale. [...]


Jayesh - Apr 7th, 2017

Solar-panel installation on the roof of the Kentucky Coal Mining Museum. (Photo: Courtesy of Tre Sexton/Bluegrass Solar) [...]


Thomas Hegendörfer - Oct 11th, 2014

The Lead Discovery Center GmbH (LDC), a renowned translational research organization, and UiT The Arctic University of Norway (UiT) have teamed up to discover new medicines from the marine arctic environment. [...]


Cassini: NASA’s eye on Saturn Jayesh - Apr 7th, 2017

On Tuesday, April 4, NASA will hold a press conference to unveil the beginning of Cassini’s last mission segment, called the Grand Finale. [...]

Harlan County, Ky., has a coal-mining museum. It’s putting solar panels on the roof. Jayesh - Apr 7th, 2017

Solar-panel installation on the roof of the Kentucky Coal Mining Museum. (Photo: Courtesy of Tre Sexton/Bluegrass Solar) [...]

Chinese students imbibe secrets of Burgundy winemaking Jayesh - Apr 6th, 2017

Chinese students attend a class at the School of Wine in Dijon, France (AFP Photo/PHILIPPE DESMAZES) [...]

LDC and The Arctic University of Norway Collaborate to Discover New Medicines from the Arctic Ocean Thomas Hegendörfer - Oct 11th, 2014

The Lead Discovery Center GmbH (LDC), a renowned translational research organization, and UiT The Arctic University of Norway (UiT) have teamed up to discover new medicines from the marine arctic environment. [...]

LDC Enters First Collaboration with the Helmholtz Association Thomas Hegendörfer - Oct 9th, 2014

New cancer therapy approach from the German Cancer Consortium (DKTK) [...]

Chemboxer offers efficient drug development and custom chemical synthesis Kaitlin Heart - Aug 14th, 2014

Chemboxer is a biomedical company that carries out biochemical synthesis at high levels. The company mainly offers services in chemical custom synthesis along with high medicine value intermediate. [...]

MedChemExpress offers its range of research chemicals and biochemicals Bryant Knox - Aug 6th, 2014

MedChemExpress features a wide range of research chemicals as well as biochemicals which includes the novel life-science reagents, APIs, reference compounds, etc. [...]

Scientists in Japan Clone 98% Pure Saber-Tooth Tiger Rodney Kollman - Jul 2nd, 2014

In a remarkable scientific breakthrough, scientists in Japan successfully cloned a 98% Pure Saber-Tooth Tiger in a Japanese laboratory. [...]

World Allergy Organization Launches World Allergy Week 2014 marthalandis - Apr 7th, 2014

Anaphylaxis – When Allergies Can Be Severe and Fatal [...]

6-Year-Old Boy Visits Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex March 15 to Continue Fulfilling His "Mission" of Saving NASA, Becoming an Astronaut Jiah Smith - Mar 24th, 2014

Connor Johnson, who started a petition to save NASA's funding from budget cuts, meets Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana and receives a special space memento. [...]

The Brain Needs Nourishment and Care Along with the Rest of the Body; Users Report that BrainGenX Reduces Brain Fog kirtesh - Jan 2nd, 2014

Now in a higher concentration than the popular original formula, BrainGenX is a proprietary blend of 9 compounds designed to support brain function and may even reduce memory loss, brain fog, and improves concentration. [...]

Pros and Cons of Adaptive Designs: A Leisurely Conversation Between a Clinician and Two Statisticians, New Webinar Hosted by Xtalks Roshan - Dec 19th, 2013

Xtalks presents a new and informative Oncology webinar that will examine the prod and cons of the use of various Adaptive Designs in all three phases of clinical trials in Oncology. The live broadcast will take place on Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 11:00a [...]

C8 Sciences Activate Brain Training Program Receives Blue Ribbon Designation From IBCCES Mary Samuels - Dec 6th, 2013

Sophisticated cognitive cross-training initiative recognized for its benefits of helping children with ADHD. [...]

New Harvard ADHD Research Supporting a Cerebellar Origin is Reviewed by Dr. Harold Levinson kirtesh - Dec 5th, 2013

Journal of Attention Disorders published on November 4th, 2013 new data that strongly suggests ADHD has a cerebellar origin. Only significant cerebellar volume reductions in untreated ADHD adults were reported by Harvard researchers Markis and colleagues [...]