COLTON — A new private nonprofit medical school is planned that would give preference to area Hispanic students that would likely practice in the Inland Empire, officials said Monday. The founding group for the California University of Science and Medicine (Cal-Med), to be based in Colton, is led by Dr. Dev GnanaDev, a longtime surgeon and former California Medical Association president
The director of the agency’s Center for Regenerative Medicine resigned on March 28 after just one clinical-trial award had been made Therapies based on induced pluripotent stem cells, here differentiating into retinal cells on a scaffold, were the focus of the Center for Regenerative Medicine. Credit: NIH Stem-cell researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have been left frustrated and confused following the demise of the agencys Center for Regenerative Medicine (CRM). The intramural programs director, stem-cell biologist Mahendra Rao, left the NIH, in Bethesda, Maryland, on 28March, and the centers website was taken down on 4 April
AeroTV: Inside AEA 2014 – Sandia Aerospace's Dennis Schmidt In-Depth, Onsite and Real-Time, Aero-TV Brings You Archived Interviews With The Best And Brightest of the Avionics World For quite a few years now, the Aero-… By: Aero-News Network (1) Continue reading →
Bradley J. Fikes Stem-cell biologist Mahendra Rao expected five projects to receive support to set up clinical trials. Stem-cell researchers at the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) have been left frustrated and confused following the demise of the agencys Center for Regenerative Medicine (CRM).
Orlando, Florida (CNN) Speaking to a libertarian-leaning audience Sunday about ex-contractor Edward Snowden, Sen. Rand Paul said hes thinking about ways to “expand the whistleblower statute to government contractors.” Weve got so many millions of government contractors that when they see something wrong, they should be able to report it without repercussions, he said in a live video appearance to a Florida conference hosted by the Campaign for Liberty. The libertarian-leaning senator from Kentucky, whos repeatedly said he has mixed emotions on the issue, has taken some heat from some in the libertarian base.
Graham Parker, 41, from County Durham is one of first to benefit from trial Some participants were given stem cells and the rest placebo Stem cells were taken from bone marrow in his hip and injected into heart Years later Graham feels better – but still classed as having heart failure By Carol Davis Published: 18:04 EST, 31 March 2014 | Updated: 18:25 EST, 31 March 2014 Graham Parker took part in a trial using stem cells to repair heart damage A major new trial is using patients’ own stem cells to treat heart failure. One of the first to benefit is Graham Parker, 41, an archaeology student from Stanley, County Durham.
Physicist Michio Kaku isn’t afraid of scientific frontiers, whether it’s the super-subatomic world of string theory or the mind-bogglingly big world of the accelerating universe. In books and on TV, he’s delved into the physics of the impossible and the physics of the future. Kaku’s latest focus is a real stretch: It’s the scientific frontier that sits between your temples.
Graham Parker, 41, from County Durham is one of first to benefit from trial Some participants were given stem cells and the rest placebo Stem cells were taken from bone marrow in his hip and injected into heart Years later Graham feels better – but still classed as having heart failure By Carol Davis PUBLISHED: 18:04 EST, 31 March 2014 | UPDATED: 18:25 EST, 31 March 2014 Graham Parker took part in a trial using stem cells to repair heart damage A major new trial is using patients’ own stem cells to treat heart failure. One of the first to benefit is Graham Parker, 41, an archaeology student from Stanley, County Durham.
The Genetic Engineering Approval Committee (GEAC) has approved field trials for 11 crop varieties but that clears only the first hurdle in the way of genetically-modified crops. Another major hitch could come from state governments, most of which do not seem to be in a mood to give their go-ahead anytime soon.
Life is Spirituality in Action It's been a few years now since I've wanted to talk about spirituality really at all, and one of the reasons is that I've been finding that it's not so much … By: Ariel Bravy (1) Continue reading →
Creates opportunity for AUTs Institute for Radio Astronomy and Space Research to establish a data correlation centre in Warkworth Telecoms ICT services division Gen-i has donated a supercomputer to AUT University that will now be used to support student learning and boost important local and international research for radio astronomy.
A key to Castons resurgence in girls basketball in recent years has been the play of post players Anna Brown and Mickayla Rans. The duo are putting up good numbers for the 7-4 Comets this season. In fact they have been rebounding machines as they are combining for almost 16 rebounds per game
Poway, California (PRWEB) December 26, 2013 Vet-Stem, Inc., the leading regenerative veterinary medicine company, out of San Diego County, California offers horse and pet owners the ability to give the gift of Quality of Life this holiday season and in the New Year. Vet-Stems services include banking of small amounts of a pet or horses stem cells, with the ability to grow additional cells as stem cell doses may be needed
Designing the World’s First Floating City For five years, our nonprofit The Seasteading Institutehas been conducting research into the potential for seasteads permanent, innovative communities floating at sea. We are now using the knowledge base within our network to develop an actual floating city, the first of its kind. Thousands of potential residents have joined our community.
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WKBN) – Liberty Township Fiscal Officer John Fusco has retired after serving the township for nearly 30 years. He was elected in the November 1983 election and in his 29th year and eighth term. He decided to leave to prevent losing any of his pension because new pension laws kick in next year.
At least 1,300 applicants from around the world have applied for one of six spots in the inaugural class of Billings Clinics Internal Medicine Residency Program, which is designed to train primary-care physicians.