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BANGKOK (PRNewswire) - Bayer HealthCare presented results from a global Phase II study of florbetaben, its imaging agent in development for the detection of cerebral beta-Amyloid plaques, at the 19th World Congress of Neurology (WCN).
BASEL, Switzerland (AP) - Swiss specialty chemicals and biotech company Lonza Group AG said Thursday it is cutting 450 jobs, or about 5 percent of its global workforce.
A Philly cheesesteak sandwich is a culinary indulgence to some and a dietary staple to others.
Sierra's Innova-Sonic® Model 205 thermal energy/BTU meter is a transit-time ultrasonic flowmeter designed to measure the thermal energy flow rate and totalized energy consumption in liquid heating and cooling applications. The Model 205 meter features: Accuracy of ±0.
Microsoft Corp. recently announced new capabilities and enhancements to its Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009.
ITT Corporation has released a prefabricated pumping system designed to lower energy costs. The Flowtronex system is equipped with the ITT Goulds Pumps surface-mounted, multi-stage vertical turbine pump (SMVT), which operates at up to 80 percent efficiency.
Highland Tank's Solids Stormwater Interceptor (SSI) is a water quality inlet typically employed in removing floating debris and settleable solids from a storm water stream prior to its entry into a detention basin, constructed wetland or collection system.
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JEANNETH VALDIVIESO Associated Press Writer - October 29, 2009 QUITO, Ecuador (AP) - Foreign pharmaceutical companies accepted on Wednesday Ecuador's decision to bypass patents in order to produce less expensive generic versions of some patented drugs.