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University of Copenhagen Uses SGI Supercomputer to Decode How Mutations Rewire Cancer Cells

Sirona Biochem Appoints Casper Bych to Its Board of Directors
VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - June 26, 2015) - Sirona Biochem Corp. ("Sirona") or the ("Company") (TSX VENTURE: SBM) (FRANKFURT: ZSB) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Casper Bych to its Board of Directors.

African Gold Group Updates on Kobada Feasibility Study
African Gold Group, Inc. (TSX VENTURE: AGG) ("AGG" or the "Company") is pleased to report on the progress of its feasibility study for its Kobada Gold Project, located in southern Mali, which is on schedule and anticipated to be delivered prior to the end of 2014.

Ciber Strengthens its Human Resources Function in Europe by Naming Kim Randers Head of Ciber International HR

Epilepsy Foundation Presents Lifetime Accelerator Award to H. Steven White, Ph.D., for Contributions to the Field of Epilepsy and Seizures
LANDOVER, MD--(Marketwired - May 29, 2014) - The Epilepsy Foundation announced today that H. Steven White, Ph.D

Taconic Launches Exciting New Website in Support of Translational Microbiome Research
Today, Taconic announced the launch of the Translational Microbiome Research Forum website, which provides an opportunity for investigators worldwide to access and exchange information in the emerging field of microbiome research. The Translational Microbiome Research Forum website provides up-to-date news, publications, events, and meetings about translational microbiome research

VolitionRx Announces First Published Data in Anticancer Research Journal
VolitionRx Limited (OTCQB: VNRX), a life sciences company focused on developing blood-based diagnostic tests for different types of cancer, today announces that preliminary data from University Hospital Bonn, Germany, has been published online in the leading peer-reviewed journal, Anticancer Research

President and CEO of VolitionRx Issues Corporate Update
VolitionRx Limited (OTCQB: VNRX), a life sciences company focused on developing blood-based diagnostic tests for different types of cancer, today releases the following letter from President and CEO Cameron Reynolds.

Cannabis Therapy Corp. Commences Trading as CTCO and Confirms Appointment of CEO
Cannabis Therapy Corp. (OTCQB: CTCO) (formerly OTCQB: FWSI) (the "Company") today announced it has received a listing for quotation with immediate effect on OTC Markets under the symbol "CTCO" as assigned by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (FINRA)

New VolitionRx Study Data Demonstrates NuQ(R) Assays' High Detection Rate of Prostate Cancer and the Ability to Distinguish Between Prostate and Colorectal Cancer
VolitionRx Limited (OTCQB: VNRX), a life sciences company focused on developing blood-based diagnostic tests for different types of cancer, today announces data from a pilot study into the utility of VolitionRx's NuQ® tests to diagnose prostate cancer.

Curves: Why Cutting Your 1 Hour Workouts in Half is Better for Weight Loss
New research indicates that individuals who worked out for just 30 minutes a day lost a third more weight compared to those completing a full hour's worth of exercise.

The Eye Tribe Announces World's First Affordable Eye Tracker
Danish eye tracking company The Eye Tribe is now presenting the world's first truly affordable eye tracking device. Priced at only $99, the first version of The Eye Tribe Tracker is targeted at developers and bundled with an easy to use Software Development Kit.

The Eye Tribe Launches Mobile Eye Control for Android at DEMO Mobile 2013
The Eye Tribe today unveils the world's first eye control software for Android smartphones and tablets at DEMO Mobile 2013, a launch event that exclusively concentrates on the best new mobile technologies based on design, innovation and market potential.

Libratone Lets Freedom Rock in North America With Fierce Start to 2013
Libratone Inc., the fast growing and award-winning Danish-based designer wireless speaker company, today announced key milestones in its expansion into the North American market, with the appointment of a new U.S

Unity Serious Games Gain Momentum With Award-Winning Applications, Industry Recognition and Military Certification
Unity Technologies, provider of the Unity multi-platform engine and development tools, today announced that Unity in serious games and virtual environments, from the military to education to medical, continues to grow in number and depth of applications and range of customers Names David Wittenkamp Chief Financial Officer, the leading marketplace for local advertisers, today announced that David Wittenkamp has joined the company as chief financial officer. Wittenkamp has more than 25 years' experience as a financial executive at rapid growth technology firms and also public companies.

How illegal drug 'fantasy' works
Researchers have come closer to understanding the biology behind GHB, a transmitter substance in the brain, best known in its synthetic form as the illegal drug 'fantasy'.

Daffodils could hold key to treating depression
Scientists have proved that Wordsworth was actually right to say daffodils are a source of joy.

New evidence supporting John the Baptist bones theory discovered
Scientists have unearthed new evidence suggesting that the mysterious remains found in an ancient reliquary in a 5th century monastery on Sveti Ivan Island in Bulgaria belong to St John the Baptist.

Stars with heavy metal content not needed to form small 'Earth-like' planets
Earlier it was thought the small worlds like Earth form mostly around stars rich in heavy elements such as iron and silicon.

Earth-like rocky worlds could form earlier than expected
Building a terrestrial planet requires raw materials that weren't available in the early history of the universe. The Big Bang filled space with hydrogen and helium.

Lost photos reveal history of Greenland ice loss
A set of 80-year-old photographs unearthed in a basement archive has proved that Greenland's ice was melting even faster then than it is now.he glaciers in southeast Greenland are retreating rapidly with the ongoing global climate change.

Turmeric can help our immune system fight off infection
Scientists have discovered that curcumin, a compound found in the cooking spice turmeric, can cause a modest but measurable increase in levels of a protein that's known to be important in the "innate" immune system, helping to prevent infection in humans and other animals.

How parasites cause most lethal form of malaria
Researchers have uncovered new knowledge related to host-parasite interaction in severe malaria, concerning how malaria parasites are able to bind to cells in the brain and cause cerebral malaria - the most lethal form of the disease.

Baby galaxies 'may have grown up quickly'
Baby galaxies from the young universe over 12 billion years ago evolved faster than previously thought, a new study has revealed.

India designs its own 'seductive' image as global power
India's image has transformed drastically in the last decade from an aid recipient nation to a global power, experts say.

Dark matter 'stretched out like gigantic football' in elusive galaxy cluster
Scientists have mapped the distribution of dark matter in a galaxy cluster named Abell 383, which is located nearly about 2.3 billion light years from Earth.

Trees in Scandinavia 'survived last Ice Age'
Some Scandinavian trees survived the last Ice Age, challenging a widely held notion that they were killed off by the huge ice sheet that covered the region, a new study has found.

Why urban birds sing louder than woodland counterparts
Birds like sparrows, blackbirds and the great tits are all known to sing at a higher pitch (frequency) in urban environments.

South African daffodils 'may hold key to depression treatment in future'
Plant compounds from a South African flower may in time be used to treat diseases originating in the brain - including depression, according to researchers.

Low to moderate drinking in early pregnancy harmless for babies' neurodevelopment
Low and moderate weekly alcohol consumption in early pregnancy may not lead to adverse neuropsychological effects in children aged five, according to Danish researchers.

Excessive levels of vit D can be as unhealthy as too little
While it is known that vitamin D deficiency is not good for health, a new study has now suggested that too high a level of the essential vitamin is not good either.

Non-oral contraceptives up risk of serious blood clots
A new study has put more weight to the evidence that certain non-oral hormonal contraceptives (e.g. skin patches, implants and vaginal rings) carry a higher risk of serious blood clots (known as venous thromboembolism) than others.

Elevation in BMI can up heart disease risk
Maintaining a lower body mass index (BMI) can help reduce the risk of developing ischemic heart disease (IHD), say researchers.

Stars with heavy metal content not needed to form small 'Earth-like' planets
Earlier it was thought the small worlds like Earth form mostly around stars rich in heavy elements such as iron and silicon.

Sobi appoints Birgitte Volck as Chief Medical Officer
Birgitte Volck has been appointed SeniorVice President, Chief Medical Officerat Sobi with responsibility for Clinical Development, Regulatory Affairs,DrugSafety and Medical Affairs.

Pacific Biomarkers Announces the Appointment of Amar A. Sethi, MD, PhD as Its New Chief Scientific Officer
Pacific Biomarkers (PBI), a Seattle, WA-based limited liability company that provides premier biomarker and specialty efficacy testing services to the drug development industry, has named the company's current Vice President, Research and Development, Amar A. Sethi, MD, PhD, as the new Chief Scientific Officer effective January 1, 2012. Dr

iBridge Network(SM) Collaborates With Global Universities to Link With Companies All Over the World
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) and the iBridge Network, an initiative of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, have announced a new collaboration to promote the university's intellectual property to entrepreneurs around the world free of charge

'Courageous' medieval knights may have suffered post-traumatic stress
Medieval knights, who are often considered to be courageous and cold-hearted killers, may have actually suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, a new study has revealed.

Breastfeeding cuts kids' risk of developing lifestyle diseases later in life
Breastfeeding children promotes healthy growth and also reduces the risk of diabetes and overweight later in life, a new study has found.

Why some people are better at fighting dengue fever
Scientists have for the first time discovered a part of our immune system that is involved in getting rid of dengue viruses, and also determines a person's ability to fight off the disease.

Seaweed to help lose more weight by creating 'artificial feeling of fullness'
Dietary fibres from brown algae boost the sensation of satisfaction, thereby making people eat less and lose more weight, a new study has claimed.

Cutting back on salt can up risk of heart disease, stroke
Scientists have warned that cutting back on salt could do you more harm than good, by boosting chemicals that are bad for the heart.

Early encounter to bacteria prevents kids from allergy risk in later life
Infants who encounter a wide range of bacteria are at less risk of developing allergic disease later in life, according to a new study from the University of Copenhagen.

How heavy elements formed in early history of Milky Way
Researchers at the Niels Bohr Institute have shed light on the mystery of the existence of large amounts of heavy elements in the ancient stars of the Milky Way.

World's 7 billionth citizen more likely to die of diabetes
Scientists have revealed that world citizen number 7 billion is less likely to die from infectious diseases like measles or even AIDS, and more likely to contract diabetes or other non-communicable diseases (NCDs), as they are now the leading causes of deaths globally.

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