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$13.5M Awarded to Stanford University and International Collaborators from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to Advance the Science of Particle Accelerators
Business Wire IndiaThe Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation awarded $13.5 million to Stanford University and its international partners to take an innovative particle accelerator design dubbed the “accelerator-on-a-chip” and make it into a fully functional and scalable working prototype

Fish & Richardson Announces Dr. Martin Burda, LL.M., Joins Firm as Principal in Munich, Germany Office
Fish & Richardson announced today that Dr. Martin Burda, LL.M., has joined the firm as a principal in the Patent Group in its Munich office. Previously, Dr. Burda was a patent attorney at the intellectual property (IP) law firm Mitscherlich in Munich.

Fish & Richardson Announces Dr. Herbert Kunz Joins Firm as Managing Principal of Munich, Germany Office
Fish & Richardson announced today that Dr. Herbert Kunz has joined the firm as the Managing Principal of its Munich office and as a Principal in its Patent Group. Previously, Dr. Kunz was a Partner and Head of the IP Patent Prosecution Team in the Munich office of Olswang LLP. Dr

UPDATE: Bionor Pharma Announces That the Combination of Vacc-4x + Revlimid(R) Is Well Tolerated and Increases CD4 Counts in People Living With HIV
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CytoSorbents Reports on Successful DIVI 2013 Conference
CytoSorbents Corporation (OTCBB: CTSO), a critical care focused company commercializing its European Union approved CytoSorb® blood filter to treat life-threatening illnesses in the intensive care unit, reports on its recent activities at the DIVI 2013 Congress in Leipzig, Germany.

Atossa Genetics Announces Two Scientific Presentations at the 2013 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium
Atossa Genetics, Inc. (NASDAQ: ATOS) announced today that two presentations will be made at the 2013 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, December 10-14, 2013, in San Antonio, Texas, both involving technology that has been licensed to Atossa by A5 Genetics KFT, Corporation.

CytoSorbents Expands CytoSorb(R) Dosing Study to Eight Clinical Trial Sites
CytoSorbents Corporation (OTCBB: CTSO), a critical care focused company commercializing its European Union approved CytoSorb® blood filter to treat life-threatening illnesses in the intensive care unit, announced today the formal expansion of its CytoSorb® dosing study to eight leading clinical trial sites in Germany.

DS-Concept Appoints New Regional Manager for the Middle East and Continues Expanding Its North American Office
DS-Concept (www.ds-concept.net), a German-based international trade finance firm established in 2000, is pleased to announce the appointment of a new regional manager for the Middle East and additions to its New York City sales and business development teams.

A*STAR Scientists Decipher Genome Code of a Living Fossil
An enigmatic prehistoric fish has brought scientists at A*STAR's Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB) together with researchers from all over the world to crack its genomic code. Findings from the study are providing new insights into the evolutionary history of the African coelacanth (Figure 1)(1) and possible clues as to how aquatic creatures transitioned to life on land

Regus signs 1.5 millionth customer
More than 1.5 million customers now use its workspace to get their work done, announces Regus, the global workplace provider. It's another sign of the global shift to flexible working.

Male spiders look for 'hotter talent' even after their penises snap off
Male orb web spiders, who only have two chances to mate in their lives that is made even more complex by the fact that females often eat them, still look around for heavier and more fertile females if they've mated with a small one the first time round.

Male spiders sacrifice their lives for kids' health
Male spiders sacrifice their lives for the health of their offspring, by letting their mates eat them after sex, a new study has revealed.

Extraordinary retina explains secret behind bird's superior vision
The secret behind bird's superior vision over humans and all the other animals on the planet lies mostly in their extraordinary retina, which grows out of the brain during development, making it an official component of the central nervous system, according to a new study.

New material that changes its strength, virtually at the touch of a button
In a world's first, a team of researchers from Germany and China have developed a material that can change its strength under the influence of an electrical voltage to its mechanical properties.

Linde awards first research grants at Linde Healthcare REALfund event
Linde AG /Linde awards first research grants at Linde Healthcare REALfund event. Processed and transmitted by Thomson Reuters ONE.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

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