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Tablets, Microsoft Corp, Immigration, economic develoment, haiti earthquake, socially conscious business, Entreprenership, Urban Redevelopment, Urban Renewal, Workforce Development

Bak USA’s Link with UB Is Vital and Growing Stronger

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The fast-growing 63-person firm has emerged as a successful social enterprise whose mission is twofold: to build and sell computers, and to hire locals – including new immigrants and people from the surrounding East Side neighborhood. Reviving manufacturing while empowering people from impoverished areas makes it more than simply a balance sheet-driven business.

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cancer immunotherapy, private investment, novel oncolytic viral immunotherapies, Clinical Trial, Venture Capital, Immunotherapy, oncolytic Maraba virus, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, The Ottawa Hospital, University of Ottawa

Ontario Start-Up Company Secures US$41.4 Million to Advance Cancer Immunotherapy

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The Ottawa Hospital, the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO), the University of Ottawa (uOttawa) and McMaster University congratulate Turnstone Biologics Inc. (Turnstone) on securing $41.4 million U.S. in new private investments.

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Book, develolping nations, Rural Communities, Marketing, Developing Countries

The Untapped Market: New Book From UT Austin Professor Says Focus on Consumers in Developing Countries

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Professor Vijay Mahajan at The University of Texas at Austin has released a new book titled “Rise of Rural Consumers in Developing Countries,” which highlights the expanding consumer power of rural markets worldwide.

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Dairy, farm, nutrient runoff, Phosphorus, certified crop adviser, watershed management

Wisconsin Dairy Industry Sets Standard for Sustainability

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The Dairy Strong Alliance announced the formation of the “Dairy Strong Sustainability Alliance” in Wisconsin. The Alliance will foster environmental, economic, and social stewardship with voluntary, non-governmental certification.

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Medical Diagnostics, disease research, Health Care, Middle Tennessee State University, MTSU, Biosensors, Dr. Bill Robertson, Dr. Nabil El-Hag, Tecport Optics

New Partners MTSU, Tecport Optics May Revolutionize Medical Research, Health Care with Diagnostic Tool

Middle Tennessee State University and Tecport Optics of Orlando, Florida, have entered into a licensing agreement to commercialize the university’s biosensor technology as a medical diagnostic tool for research labs and point-of-care health professionals. Tecport’s “cold plasma” thin film technology allows affordable fabrication of the multilayers used so that they can be used as a disposable supply for a biosensor.

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In New Book, UW’s Estella Leopold Revisits Childhood at the Family Shack, Described in Aldo Leopold’s Best-Seller ‘A Sand County Almanac’

Estella Leopold, a University of Washington professor emeritus of biology, has written a new memoir of her formative years, "Stories from the Leopold Shack: Sand County Revisited." She describes life on the land where her father, Aldo Leopold, practiced the revolutionary conservation philosophy described in his famous book of essays "A Sand County Almanac."

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Critical Materials Institute Announces Multi-Faceted Research Partnership with Rio Tinto to Explore Recovery of Critical Minerals and Metals

The Critical Materials Institute (CMI) – a U.S. Department of Energy Innovation Hub led by the Ames Laboratory – announced today an important new research initiative in partnership with Rio Tinto, a mining and metals company. The new initiative aims to ensure that the United States fully leverages domestic mineral and metal resources necessary for global leadership in clean energy manufacturing.

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cyber breaches, Cybersecurity, cyber defense education , cyber attacks, cyber crimes, Higher Ed

NYIT Conference Discusses Digital Intrusions, Countermeasures, and the Cost of Cybercrime

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Planes, Trains, and Election Results: NYIT's Annual Cybersecurity Conference Discusses Digital Intrusions, Countermeasures, and the Cost of Cybercrime

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simlearn, Veterans Health Administration (VHA), EMS, Education Management Solutions, Simulation Center, Simulation Learning Education and Research Network, SIMULATIONiQ Enterprise , Simulation management solutions, simulation management technology, Dr. Haru Okuda

Education Management Solutions (EMS) Congratulates VHA SimLEARN on National Simulation Center Opening

SimLEARN's Center is the Largest Simulation Facility Across the Veterans Affairs Health System and One of the 10 Largest Centers in the United States

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Case Western Reserve, Halyard Health, pain care, nerve block procedures, non-narcotic, Technology Transfer, sponsored research funding

CWRU and Halyard Health Partnering to Advance Non-Narcotic Pain Management

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Researchers at Case Western Reserve University hope to eventually treat chronic or acute pain by using energy-based neuromodulation technology, which is in development. The university’s Technology Transfer Office has signed a sponsored research agreement with Halyard Health Inc., in Alpharetta, Ga., near Atlanta, to collaborate on technology development.







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