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By Chris
Recent advances in brain research reveal how study skills work. Join author Chris Tobias for a Barnes and Noble presentation on this topic.
By Team
Created website to connect amateurs and professionals in one place. Giving possibility to advertise and in the same time to discuss any related to gardening, landscaping, floristry topic. Good place for starters or willing to expand business people.
By TGI Solar Power Group Inc.
The Board of TGI approved one time special dividend in the form shares of NANOREGEN.
By Kerr Drug
Kerr Drug and UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill will be exploring the feasibility of a pharmacogenetic program for PLAVIX®(clopidogrel bisulfate), an antiplatelet agent (blood thinner).
By the Department of International Trade Promotion
Thailand International Education Expo (TIEE) is Thailand's biggest and most comprehensive annual international education event and organized by the Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce.
By Vonya Global LLC
Vonya Global announced today that the 2012 Study on the Strategic Role of Internal Audit has been officially launched and interested individuals are encouraged to participate.
By BNOW CO., Ltd
NUS Asia-Pacific EMBA Tuesday January 31, 2011, 7:30pm Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok BTS Asoke Station/MRT Sukhumvit Station 250 Sukhumvit Rd
By iApps Pty Ltd.
Our last round of 2011 data has been analysed and we’re certain that the New Year will bring about significant developments across all major app store platforms. Who’s generating revenue, who’s posing a threat, and how is the market changing?
By John McClure
Mathematician and veteran educator Dick Forringer produces workbook as a resource for other educators and math students who want to learn mathematical logic.
By Ultralingua
Bilingual French-English dictionary includes verb conjugation, flashcards, number translation, and more available at the Mac App Store now
By QArea
December 11th, 2011 Youth Scientific Community "Q-BIT" and the Department of Information Systems at Kharkiv National Economic University have carried out the traditional XI Kharkov Open Championship for Sport Programming.
By Nellymoser
Nellymoser Study Finds Action Codes in Advertising Outnumber Editorial Appearances by a Ratio of 20:1
Lorraine Pace Says Study Linking Alcohol and Breast Cancer Should Look into Other Contributing Factors That Play a Role in This Disease
By Janet Vasquez
A recent study reveals the dangers of even short viewing periods of SpongeBob SquarePants for young children. The study suggests that as little as nine minutes can cause short-term attention and learning problems in four-year-olds.
By P Ravi
Govt. thrust to help boost education sector. Three-day International Education Show begins at Expo Centre Sharjah.
By Amanda's Big World Adventure
Looking for adventure and how the Big World Adventure is going to take readers on a suspenseful cyber-journey around the world, Amanda chose a destination from the U.S. News and World Report’s list of “16 Best Adventure Vacations in the USA”.
By Elizabeth Hagedorn, Marketing & Communications
Whether you’re looking for in person or online courses to help you pass your upcoming certification exam, Integrity HR has the class for you!
By Heard Public Relations, Inc.
Free Online Quiz Creation Sites Support Popular Learning Techniques
By Sandra Aguilar
Study Also Reveals Long-Term Positive Investment Outlook for Latin America
By American Association for Critical Illness Insuranc
Eating three extra servings of fish each week was linked to a six-percent drop in stroke risk according to comments by a critical illness insurance expert.
By kigo footwear
kigo footwear Sponsors Study of Energy Expenditure in Walking and Running
By American Association for Critical Illness Insuranc
New lung cancer cases declined among men in 35 states and among women in six states.
By American Association for Critical Illness Insuranc
A new scoring system will help medical experts better predict how long individuals with advanced cases of cancer will likely survive.
By American Association for Critical Illness Insuranc
Pour coffee on your skin as a way of preventing sun-causing skin cancer. Critical illness insurance trade group applauds findings.
By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
A new study examines buyers of asset-based long-term care insurance policies that combine life insurance with long-term care benefits.
By ParetoLogic
Malware Blacklist, ParetoLogic’s database of malicious URLs, continues to grow in size and influence in the web security world. The free security service recently reached over 50,000 analyzed URLs.
By Janet Vasquez/Alex Aversa
"Early on in our study of human diet, we often noticed that our personal hydration levels increased after consuming fruits and vegetables," say Dian Griesel, Ph.D., and Tom Griesel.
By American Association for Critical Illness Insuranc
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new drug to treat advanced melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer.
By Alan Brown
Test Prep New York, the only tutoring company to combine test-preparation with positive reinforcement coaching, is offering its most powerful class for reading comprehension for the GMAT, LSAT and GRE tests.
By American Association for Critical Illness Insuranc
New research finds that less time exercising can reduce the risk of cancer in Americans by 10 percent. Critical illness insurance trade group applauds findings.
By Janet Vasquez
The Women’s Health Study found those who ate fish, like canned tuna, salmon and sardines, once per week had about 40% lower risk of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD) than those who did not.
By American Association for Critical Illness Insuranc
Smokers who light up soon after waking up are at great risk for cancer according to new research.
By FannyDufour
Vancouver is supposed to be one of the best places in the world to live but how does it fare as a holiday destination? The website offers an in-depth-guide to the grit, the groove and treasures of Canada’s third largest city.
By Nicole Chavez, OTIS/CTIS Marketing Manager
UCSD Professor & Non-Profit Director Co-Authors Study Of More Than One Million Pregnancies
By Ubifrance
Experian pH has conducted a detailed study that shows the city of Lille and its region are at the heart of the wealthiest consumer centre in Europe within a 300-kilometre radius.
By Sandra Bivens Smith
Sandra Bivens Smith will be holding book signings for recently published work "Never Thirst Again - Journey To The Well".
By Emma Kent
New research from a newly launched website for personal injury lawyers has revealed that just over half of Britons who claimed to have instructed a solicitor’s services within the past 3 years did so without checking their qualifications.
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Teachers from elementary school all the way up to the collegiate level are still on the fence about the credibility of Wikipedia, and where to draw the line.
By The MPI Group
Research Measures U.S. Manufacturers’ Ability to Remain Competitive
By Ludmila Berkesova
Research conducted by Technavio reveals, that the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 15.9 percent.
By Ludmila Berkesova
Research conducted by Technavio reveals, that the Cardiology Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 19 percent.
By Ludmila Berkesova
Research conducted by Technavio reveals, that the Project Lifecycle Management market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9 percent.
By Ludmila Berkesova
Research conducted by Technavio reveals, that the Chinese Electric Vehicle Charging Station market is expected to grow rapidly.
By Ludmila Berkesova
Research conducted by Technavio reveals, that the Asia Pacific LTE infrastructure market is expected to grow rapidly.
By Interactions Corporation
NYU Researchers Reveal Continued Frustration with Automated Voice Systems
By Yuko, Global Information Inc.
BCC Research report identifies key trends and projects value of the global hydrogen market.
By Clair Lin
Erythritol is one of most popular sugar alcohols in foreign countries nowadays. Thanks to the rising overseas market demand, the output of erythritol has increased greatly year by year.
By Lindsey Mikal
Poll also finds prospective students are degree-seeking instead of attending one-off classes
By David Cook
Queralt, Inc., a leading developer of value-based RFID and sensor technology applications, announced that it has successfully conducted a time and motion study using RFID technology in accommodation of the Fair Labor and Standards Act.
By Ati Information
Welcome to, a website which offers you a comprehensive CPIM simulator software program which boasts of 99.4% pass rate.

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