bioscience


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bioscience

[¦bī·ō¦sī·əns]
(biology)
The study of the nature, behavior, and uses of living organisms as applied to biology.
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Sano Shimoda is President and Founder of BioScience Securities, a boutique corporate advisory and investment banking firm in the Los Angeles area.
CONTACT: CABI Bioscience, (011)41-0-32 421-4870, www.cabi-bioscience.ch; World Agroforestry Center, (650)833-6645, www.worldagroforestry.org.
"I also notified my Permanent Secretary on appointment in writing of both my short time with DNA Bioscience and the shares I had purchased and then put into trust for my three eldest sons.
Liberal Democrat spokesman David Laws said: "David Blunkett has done the right thing in disposing of the shares in DNA Bioscience, but he should be in no doubt that he has now used up eight of his nine lives."
Nepad has established the Southern African Network for Biosciences (SANBio) to strengthen the commercial biosciences capacity in the southern African region.
elegans, the completion of the screen over virtually all 19,500 genes of the worm genome became the founding project of Cenix BioScience as it started operations in 2000.
"Montana's bioscience industry is steadily developing," declares Gov.
As Packard BioScience becomes integrated into PerkinElmer, Frank Witney, president of the former Packard BioScience Co., will serve as president of drug discovery for PerkinElmer.
Richard Janeczko, Executive Vice-President of Tm Bioscience. "The speed in which the Hairpin Capture probes were validated on the LabMAP system is confirmation of the quality and robustness of our technology.
Visually, buildings are given distinguishing colours taken from DNA codings: green (Global Garden roof), yellow (Bioscience and Genetics), blue (Genetics) and red (internal wall, Global Garden).
The European Investment Bank has concluded a Euro 50 million (GBP33 million) agreement with Merlin European Biosciences Fund to provide equity capital for leading European bioscience companies.
Snable, the president of Layton BioScience in Atherton, Calif.