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Frustration with FEMA continues to build
Woodward, Okla. — Five months after a blizzard that could ultimately cost the city and county nearly $500,000, no emergency funds have been released by FEMA despite classification of the blizzard as a covered emergency, said Woodward County Emergency ...
Scientific Dig Imag (SDI)
Like the molecular biology sector, there is a need for affordable automated microbiology testing and to fill this niche, in 2013 Synbiosis re-designed and launched aCOLyte 3, a low cost automated colony counter, which will appeal to the large clinical and ...
Geis brothers build foothold in Cleveland, bringing their family business from the suburbs to the city (slideshow)
During the recession, the Geis Cos. saw narrow gains, at times. But they stayed profitable. Since 2008, Greg and Fred have lived off their savings, forgoing paychecks so they can pay employees. As other building owners defaulted, handed over the keys or ...
Laboratory Equipment 2013 - Market Report
Laboratory equipment refers to instrumentation, equipment and consumables used in science laboratories; routine testing; monitoring; reference and quality-control ... life sciences industry; an ageing population; and the rising demand for medical care ...
Zeiss Completes Acquisition of Xradia
ZEISS is working towards integrated workflow solutions for life sciences and materials research. In materials science ... In the markets for Industrial Solutions, Research Solutions, Medical Technology and Consumer Optics, ZEISS has contributed ...
“Fantastic Voyage” microrocket technology coming to a body near you -- maybe yours
In the 1966 science fiction classic "Fantastic Voyage," a tiny submarine with a crew of five is miniaturized and injected into a comatose man to surgically laser a blood clot in his brain and save his life ... bring new medical and industrial applications.