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  • Onyx Scientific launches polymorph screening, solid-state chemistry services for pharmaceutical outs

     

    Onyx Scientifics’ state-of-the-art, solid-state laboraory and automated screening platform enables rapid and efficient optimization of the physical form of a new compound, particularly the polymorphic form, through polymorphic screening, which displays unique physicochemical properties that can affect bioavailability, manufacturability, stability and other performance characteristics of a pharmaceutical.


    (Filed: Fri Feb 05 2010)
  • Famous London eel is vanishing from the Thames | ZSL London Zoo

     

    Eel populations in the River Thames have crashed to alarmingly low levels, conservationists have revealed. Over the last five years scientists from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) have recorded a 98 per cent drop in the number of European eels within the river.


    (Filed: Thu Jan 21 2010)
  • Novus Biologicals announces opening of European office

     

    Novus Biologicals, an international supplier of antibodies, biological products and materials to various scientific sectors, is proud to announce the opening of their first European office in Cambridge, England.


    (Filed: Sat Nov 07 2009)
  • Extinction crisis continues apace – IUCN


    Gland, Switzerland, 3 November, 2009 (IUCN) – The latest update of the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ shows that 17,291 species out of the 47,677 assessed species are threatened with extinction.


    (Filed: Thu Nov 05 2009)
  • Search Engine Optimisation for Biotech and Pharma


    Algorythm Solutions is pleased to announce the launch of its novel marketing service tailored specifically for the Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical and Life Science Industries


    (Filed: Wed Nov 04 2009)
  • Exceptional Young Scientist wins Acclaimed Pauline Ashley Prize


    The Deafness Research UK Pauline Ashley Prize 2010 has been awarded to Nick Leach, a PhD student at the University of Oxford, for his highly commended and ongoing research into how the hearing brain adapts to different sounds.


    (Filed: Fri Oct 23 2009)
  • Adidas Regulate IV Rugby Boots

     

    Online rugby equipment retailers are offering the latest Adidas Regulate IV rugby boots at discount prices.


    (Filed: Tue Aug 18 2009)
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