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By Cerritos College Technology Division
Workshops are organized by the CTE Counselors and Teacher TRAC staff to engage instructors, improve student learning, and increase educational effectiveness. The workshops focus on integrative teaching and learning on campus and in the classrooms.

By Addgene
Addgene, the nonprofit international plasmid repository, is excited to announce its 10 year anniversary. Addgene was founded on January 8th, 2004 by Melina Fan, Benjie Chen and Kenneth Fan as a way to help scientists share research materials.

By AbboMax, Inc.
Phosphorylation plays critical roles in the regulation of many cellular processes. It turns many protein enzymes on and off, thereby altering their function and activity. AbboMax, Inc. has developed over 140 phosphospecific antibodies.

By Crowell Public Library
On Monday, November 18th, Crowell Library will be honored to present Professor MAX COLEMAN, Senior Research Scientist from NASA/Cal Tech with a lecture on how the agency is searching for life on other planets.

By The Genome Registry
Romantics, Scientists, and Students Find Common Ground in Learning about Genomic Research

By GeoScience.net
The move from EurekaMag.com to GeoScience.net is part of the research content provider's evolution to a global science brand. This change is accompanied by faster delivery of a significantly upgraded content base.

By The Genome Registry
A Unique Gift Based On Cutting Edge Scientific Discovery with Educational Value

By Addgene
Addgene, a Cambridge-based nonprofit, has been nominated as a finalist in the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network 2013 Excellence Award competition in the category of Innovation.

By WoWiWe Instruction Co
The best of technology and biology enter the classroom with the introduction of an immersive biology simulation, Virtual Cell, developed by WoWiWe Instruction Company.

By The Voyage Institute
The Online School will teach the learners Biotechnology, Bioscience, Biology, Biochemistry and integrate Social Sciences, Math, and hands-on practical laboratory experiments. Upon completion learners will be equipped for the scientific workforce.

By Genome Designs
Genome Designs, genome annotation and metabolic modelling service provider, today announced a partnership with SciDM Group, a bioinformatics tools developer. The company will be using SciDM’s high performance database engine and other technologies.

By Outskirts Press
Outskirts Press, Inc. has published Healthy Hair Rehab Now!: 3 Steps to Fabulous Healthy Hair by Jacqueline Tarrant.

By Logos Press
Now available, the final book in the Bats in Captivity series.

By Melanie Bernds
Dr. Eliot Herman, member at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center has been elected fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow.

By LJ Create
Former UK Education Secretary, Rt. Hon. Charles Clarke, recognises the excellence of a Kazakhstan eLearning Initiative that involves over 20,000 classrooms and 40,000 teachers.

By Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
Harrisburg University will host a panel “Biologics and Biosimilars” that will bring together key PA-based stakeholders—patient groups, physicians, opinion leaders and the bioscience community—to facilitate a policy discussion on biosimilars.

By George Maine
The online Science Magazine EurekaMag.com provides definitions and understandable explanations for over 1 million keywords and keyphrases in the Life and Earth Sciences.

By SciTEX Learning
The exciting new online supplemental science teaching resource, "SciTEX Learning", has now been approved by the Texas Education Agency, and is now available to order on the Texas Education Agency (TEA)'s EMAT online ordering system.

By EurekaMag.com
In addition to the 85,106 reviews it published last week, the online science magazine EurekaMag.com has just released another 46,051 scientific reviews on selected topics of the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.

By EurekaMag.com
The online science magazine EurekaMag.com has now started publishing scientific reviews about selected topics of the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.

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By Cerritos College Technology Division
Workshops are organized by the CTE Counselors and Teacher TRAC staff to engage instructors, improve student learning, and increase educational effectiveness. The workshops focus on integrative teaching and learning on campus and in the classrooms.

By Addgene
Addgene, the nonprofit international plasmid repository, is excited to announce its 10 year anniversary. Addgene was founded on January 8th, 2004 by Melina Fan, Benjie Chen and Kenneth Fan as a way to help scientists share research materials.

By National Algae Association
High school, college and university students are coming to the National Algae Association’s center to learn about algae biomanufacturing.  NAA is a non-profit algae education and production trade association.

By AbboMax, Inc.
Phosphorylation plays critical roles in the regulation of many cellular processes. It turns many protein enzymes on and off, thereby altering their function and activity. AbboMax, Inc. has developed over 140 phosphospecific antibodies.

By Crowell Public Library
On Monday, November 18th, Crowell Library will be honored to present Professor MAX COLEMAN, Senior Research Scientist from NASA/Cal Tech with a lecture on how the agency is searching for life on other planets.

By The Genome Registry
Why let the scientists who discover genes have all the fun naming them?

By The Genome Registry
What happens when a Businessman and Professor Join Together to Educate Others about Genomics

By The Genome Registry
Romantics, Scientists, and Students Find Common Ground in Learning about Genomic Research

By GeoScience.net
The move from EurekaMag.com to GeoScience.net is part of the research content provider's evolution to a global science brand. This change is accompanied by faster delivery of a significantly upgraded content base.

By The Genome Registry
A Unique Gift Based On Cutting Edge Scientific Discovery with Educational Value

By Addgene
Addgene, a Cambridge-based nonprofit, has been nominated as a finalist in the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network 2013 Excellence Award competition in the category of Innovation.

By WoWiWe Instruction Co
The best of technology and biology enter the classroom with the introduction of an immersive biology simulation, Virtual Cell, developed by WoWiWe Instruction Company.

By The Voyage Institute
The Online School will teach the learners Biotechnology, Bioscience, Biology, Biochemistry and integrate Social Sciences, Math, and hands-on practical laboratory experiments. Upon completion learners will be equipped for the scientific workforce.

By CSULA
Two Cal State L.A. biology majors named finalists for research awards

By M.D. Morgan
A free book 'The Human Design: An Introduction to the Design in Nature' presents one basic design that reconciles the forces of physics and also serves as a blueprint for the human-type anatomy. The common design enables us to understand nature.

By CRC Press
Helping to educate the new generation of engineers and biologists, Introduction to BioMEMS explains how certain problems in biology and medicine benefit from and often require the miniaturization of devices.

By Strategic Book Group
‘Who’ Can Teach Her Friends About Other Animals? Tammy the Owl, that’s Hoo!

By Aven, Inc.
Compact new items also include the MiniBrite Pocket Magnifier, a 5x slide-out device with LED lighting, and the MagniFlash Magnifier -- a multipurpose tool with a built-in LED flashlight. Models allow a choice of 5x, 7x, 9x or 11x magnification.

By Genome Designs
Genome Designs, genome annotation and metabolic modelling service provider, today announced a partnership with SciDM Group, a bioinformatics tools developer. The company will be using SciDM’s high performance database engine and other technologies.

By Outskirts Press
Outskirts Press, Inc. has published Healthy Hair Rehab Now!: 3 Steps to Fabulous Healthy Hair by Jacqueline Tarrant.

By Logos Press
Now available, the final book in the Bats in Captivity series.

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
A Two Day Event Focusing on the Challenges in Systems Biology.

By Botanical Society of America
Leading science, technology, engineering and mathematics online education organizations to develop digital badges and systems that reward learning achievement

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
BioResearch Open Access, a new bimonthly peer-reviewed open access journal, will launch in March 2012 by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers (www.liebertpub.com).

By University of Missouri–St. Louis
UMSL’s Consilience Conference explores evolution as a unifying theme, identifies major changes taking place and unsolved problems, and points to future directions of research

By Bioproximity, LLC
This release of Proteome Cluster adds support for search parameter imports, sequence-based refinement for X!, Common file types and fixes IE-related bugs.

By Melanie Bernds
Dr. Eliot Herman, member at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center has been elected fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow.

By Bioquell, Inc.
Bioquell has developed a comprehensive and freely available online ‘bug’ database. The micro site features over 30 of the most common environmental contaminants and provides valuable insight into the world of bacteria, viruses, and fungi.

By Juia Bai
Summary: The visit to terminal clients from Jinzanghuang, which has improved the company’s reputation, is expected to expand the marketing effects, and to make further relationships with the clients.

By LJ Create
Former UK Education Secretary, Rt. Hon. Charles Clarke, recognises the excellence of a Kazakhstan eLearning Initiative that involves over 20,000 classrooms and 40,000 teachers.

By Linfield College
A recession’s on, but no one told the uber-rich. Even as Occupy Wall Street protests spread, wealth is streaming into the hands of the world’s wealthiest 1 percent.

By University of IL at Chicago College of Dentistry
The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry, as part of its Oral Cancer Seminar Series, invites all to attend a lecture, “The Role of the Serine/Threonine Kinase Akt in Energy Metabolism and the Genesis of Cancer."

By Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
Harrisburg University will host a panel “Biologics and Biosimilars” that will bring together key PA-based stakeholders—patient groups, physicians, opinion leaders and the bioscience community—to facilitate a policy discussion on biosimilars.

By George Maine
The online Science Magazine EurekaMag.com provides definitions and understandable explanations for over 1 million keywords and keyphrases in the Life and Earth Sciences.

By American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG)
A new study by the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) found that more than 85 percent of U.S. states have genetics standards that are inadequate for preparing America’s high school students & fail to keep pace with modern genetics knowledge.

By SciTEX Learning
The exciting new online supplemental science teaching resource, "SciTEX Learning", has now been approved by the Texas Education Agency, and is now available to order on the Texas Education Agency (TEA)'s EMAT online ordering system.

By Daren Pickering
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has approved a number of 21st Century eLearning Solutions as an alternative to tranditional text books for use in Science lessons across the state of Texas, leading the world in modern science education.

By TopperLearning
New Delhi 26st July; With an idea and concept to establish a real communication system among the school, teachers and students, Topperlearning has launched Smart School Connect.

By kdm communications ltd
Sigma® Life Science Launches Genetically Modified Human Cell Lines for Breast Cancer Research CompoZr® ZFN-modified breast cancer cell lines will accelerate drug discovery and enhance basic research

By EurekaMag.com
In addition to the 85,106 reviews it published last week, the online science magazine EurekaMag.com has just released another 46,051 scientific reviews on selected topics of the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.

By topperlearning
NEW DELHI, 06-07-2011: Topperlearning.com, the leading educational website for students in Classes 6-12, launched the new section‘Topper Talks’ on June 30, 2011.

By EurekaMag.com
The online science magazine EurekaMag.com has now started publishing scientific reviews about selected topics of the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.

By Gerorge Maine
EurekaMag.net was launched in November 1998 as the online version of the French science magazine "Eurêka - Le magazine des sciences" published by Bayard since 1995.

By kdm Communications ltd
Sigma® Life Science Announces Scientific Advisory Board to drive ADME/Tox program Board to Provide Counsel on New Solutions for Pre-clinical Testing with Sigma’s CompoZr® Zinc Finger Nuclease (ZFN) Technology

By Puja Vedi, LiveStyle Media
Second South African order received and in construction, third larger order shortly expected

By Paul Browning
from helping those in need on L.A.’s mean streets, to Stanford to help all of society at cellular levels. CSULA to confer more than 5,000 bachelor’s and master’s students during commencement ceremonies.

By Sciencia.com
A new science website, sciencia.com, has been launched. The site features articles and reviews in the basic and applied natural sciences and includes research covering biology, geography, agriculture, and the environmental sciences.

By Wretch Fossil
A revolutionary new method easily and cheaply exposed numerous Martian blood vessel fossils by placing sculptured meteorites under a digital microscope.

By Wretch Fossil
Do you know you can easily and cheaply discover Martian mammalian fossils without going to Mars? In fact, most meteorites sold on eBay contain fossils of mammals, which originated on Mars.

By Frank Pagani
Chemistry Student to Receive Prestigious Elililly Grant; Iona Chapter of National Chemistry Society Inducts 8; Biology Students Receive Honors at National Biological Honor Society District Convention



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