Proteomics and Bioinformatics Conference – Solving Problems in Health and Life Sciences- May 22-24, 2017 Osaka, Japan

Conference will focus on the following topics during presentations of the three day event, which reflect current research, developments and innovations internationally and as evidenced in both Proteomics and Bioinformatics. The Proteomics along with bioinformatics has a strong emphasis on support and inspiration for the next generation of scientists, along with early-career researchers, a Young Researchers Forum, and activities to encourage interaction with peers and experts. Altogether th...
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LIFE SCIENCE INNOVATION WITH NEW BUSINESS AND R&D MODELS CONFERENCE- 20th – 21st April, London

Changing the World through Medical Technology and Collaborative Strategies 20th - 21st April, London Conference overview Nowadays life science innovation is the top priority for researchers and bioengineers as digital technology, big data and Internet are constantly evolving each day. Digital Technology is changing medics’ and patients’ experience of healthcare on a daily basis as well. Global Forum on Life Science Innovation with New Business and R&D Models will serve as a business-...
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NASA’s Vascular Tissue Challenge to successfully create thick, metabolically-functional human vascularized organ tissue in a controlled laboratory environment.

NASA's Centennial Challenges: Vascular Tissue Challenge The Vascular Tissue Challenge offers a $500,000 prize to be divided among the first three teams that can successfully create thick, metabolically-functional human vascularized organ tissue in a controlled laboratory environment. About the Challenge NASA, in partnership with the nonprofit Methuselah Foundation’s New Organ Alliance, is seeking ways to advance the field of regenerative medicine through a new prize competition....
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Biomedia Life Sciences Summit 2017 at the TU Eindhoven, Netherlands on May 9th and 10th

BIOMEDICA 2017 – Health care for the future Biomedica Life Sciences Summit 2017 planning is underway. The rotating, euregional conference will be hosted on May 9th and 10th, 2017 by the TU Eindhoven in the Netherlands. In the spirit of euregional and international cooperation, the 2017 Biomedica Life Sciences Summit will bring together top researchers, innovators, and entrepreneurs from Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands, and also from all over the globe. We are certain that our next ...
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BRAIN (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) White House’s Initiative

BRAIN (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) White House's Initiative® – a bold, new initiative focused on revolutionizing our understanding of the human brain. The BRAIN Initiative is one of the Administration’s “Grand Challenges” – ambitious but achievable goals that require advances in science and technology. Since the President announced the BRAIN Initiative, dozens of leading technology firms, academic institutions, scientists, and other key contributors to the f...
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Wyss Center Neurotech Challenge – Can you connect the human brain with digital world?. – Deadline 1st February 2017

Wyss Center Neurotech Challenge - Can you connect the human brain with digital world? The Wyss Center, a not-for-profit neurotechnology organization based in Geneva, Switzerland, has today launched a global neurotech innovation challenge to connect the human brain with the digital world. The Challenge seeks the most disruptive new technologies for brain stimulation and neural signal recording. The goal is to develop technology with a clinical application that could help p...
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eHat that can display message, logo… from smartphone

'ZW-HLN' Smart Hat by Zero Wearables is a hat for the 21st century. Combining the worlds of fashion, social networking, and technology, the ZW-HLN Hat has a built in E Ink display so your hat can be customized to suit you Connecting to the app via Bluetooth, this stylish hat can be programmed to display your own logo or message whenever you want. With the app, you can create the design as well as schedule to showcase a variety. https://youtu.be/rfWcX2p0G0Q  
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Anti-alcohol pill

People who drink half a bottle of wine or more than three pints every night are being offered a life-saving pill to reduce the amount of alcohol they consume. Lundbeck a Danish company got a positive note from National Institute for Health and Care Excellence  for their alcoholism medicine Selincro. Alcohol dependence is a medical and behavioral disease, with a high risk of a chronic, relapsing and progressive course.1 Extensive research over the past 20 years has contributed to understand...
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Electronic Aspirin

For people who suffer from migraines, cluster headaches, and other causes of chronic, excruciating head or facial pain, the "take two aspirins and call me in the morning" method is useless. Doctors have long associated the most severe, chronic forms of headache with the sphenopalatine ganglion (SPG), a facial nerve bundle, but haven't yet found a treatment that works on the SPG long-term. A technology under clinical investigation at Autonomic Technologies, Inc., (Redwood City, CA) is a patien...
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Eric Betzig, Stefan W. Hell, William E. Moerner win Chemistry NOBEL prize

Eric Betzig, Stefan W. Hell and William E. Moerner won the Nobel Prize in chemistry this year for their work on optical microscopy that has opened up our understanding of molecules by allowing us to see how they work close up. Back in 1873, science believed it had reached a limit in how much more of a detailed picture a microscope could provide. At the time, microscopist Ernst Abbe said the maximum resolution had been attained. This year's winners proved that contention wrong. "Due to their a...
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Baxter BioScience Grant Application Deadline Aug. 31, 2014

Baxter Healthcare Corporation is offering an opportunity for researchers to receive funding for their innovative investigations. The Grants program offers two types of research applications. Investigator Initiated Research Award/Grant (which includes:) Clinical Research: Grants that involve the use of therapeutics or medical devices in human study subjects Non-Clinical Research: Grants for research that does not involve the use of therapeutics or medical devices in human study sub...
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Wilderness Medical Society (WMS) is Offering Several Grant Opportunities

The Wilderness Medical Society (WMS) is keenly interested in fostering awareness and appreciation among healthcare professionals and scientists for the research of health-related concerns in outdoor and wilderness activities. Criteria: The successful applicant will submit a project proposal likely to result in a substantive contribution to the field of wilderness and environmental medicine. The successful applicant will be expected to conduct a well-defined project during the ensuing year and...
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Medical Research Foundation: A Source for Research Grants in Oregon

The Medical Research Foundation (MRF) is supporting promising biomedical exploration and the development of research careers in clinical investigation in Oregon through a program of competitively awarded research grants. Most MRF grants are awarded quarterly. New Investigator Grant Maximum grant award: $40,000 Two to three grants awarded quarterly Application deadline dates: Feb. 15, May 15, Aug. 15, Nov. 15. Through this award, the MRF supports promising new investigators in biomedical r...
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W. M. Keck Foundation: A Possible Source for Medical Grants

Looking for a medical grant? W.M. Keck Foundation's grant may be a wise choice. The Foundation employs a two-phase application process. Grants are awarded twice a year, in June and December. Research universities, medical colleges and major private independent scientific and medical research institutes are eligible to apply to the Research Program. Organizations must be exempt from federal taxation as defined by Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and be designated as a public c...
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SEED Grant Research Program: 2015

An increasing number of young physician scientists are experiencing difficulty finding the resources and support to conduct research. The AMA (American Medical Association) Foundation established the Seed Grant Research Program in 2000 to encourage medical students, physician residents and fellows to enter the research field. The program provides $2,500 grants to support  small basic science, applied, or clinical research projects. In 2014, the AMA Foundation will award Seed Grants of up ...
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2015 Edison Awards Nominations set to open September 1, 2014

The Edison Awards: "Recognizing and honoring the best in innovation." The aforementioned Awards are named after the famous inventor, Thomas Edison. These awards are tributes to this inventor's work and legacy.They are geared towards companies and researchers, who, like Edison, have innovative products. Recipients of the awards are able to increase awareness of their respective brands, which may lead to an increase in sales. There are fifteen award categories open to innovators and entreprene...
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