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New McGill researchers win recognition
McGill's research community has scored another triumph this summer by obtaining a record number of (2001-09-19)
New magnetic tool lock attracts 40% - 60% time saving for plastics manufacturers
One of the few delays for modern plastic injection moulding machines is the time taken to physically uncouple the injection moulding tool - now a new magnetic tool locking device will transform that task to a single simple flick of a switch. (2001-08-22)
Wyoming researchers receive award for new pollution test
Chemists John F. Schabron, Ph.D., and Susan S. Sorini of Western Research Institute in Laramie, Wyo., were honored June 15 by the American Chemical Society for developing a new test to find fuel contamination in soil. (2001-06-18)
Illinois researcher receives award for developing a better sunscreen
Craig A. Bonda of the C.P. Hall Company in Bedford Park, Ill., will be honored June 11 by the American Chemical Society for developing a better, longer-lasting sunscreen. (2001-06-07)
Minnesota researcher receives award for improving food service worker safety
Chemist Steven E. Lentsch, Ph.D., of Ecolab Inc., in Mendota Heights, Minn., will be honored June 11 by the American Chemical Society for developing a safer, more environmentally friendly dishwashing system for commercial kitchens. (2001-06-07)
Pittsburgh researcher receives award for polymer research
Peter H. Markusch, Ph.D., of Bayer Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pa., will be honored June 11 by the American Chemical Society for polymer research resulting in commercially successful products. (2001-06-07)
Corporate, education, labor leaders meet April 5-6 to set national innovation priorities
Top university, labor, and business leaders meet April 5-6 in San Diego to set a national action agenda to boost technological innovation. (2001-03-26)
Louisiana researcher receives award for contributions to the science and technology of making synthetic rubber
James R. (Jack) Hall of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, will be honored on December 8 by the world's largest scientific society for his many contributions to the science and technology of making synthetic rubber. (2000-12-03)
Texas researchers receive award for developing new lubricants for satellites, automobiles and computers
Clifford G. Venier and Edward W. Casserly of The Woodlands, Texas, will be honored on December 8 by the world's largest scientific society for developing new lubricants for satellites, automobiles and computers. (2000-12-03)
North Carolina researcher receives award for new ant-HIV drug that simplifies treatment regime
Susan Daluge of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, will be honored on December 8 by the world's largest scientific society for her contributions to the development of a new anti-HIV drug that can dramatically simplify treatment. (2000-12-03)
NSF recommends funding for 24 partnerships to foster local innovation
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has recommended awards for 24 projects in communities around the country to help translate knowledge gained from basic research into new products, businesses and services, as well as to provide workforce education and training opportunities focused on innovation. (2000-09-28)
Tuberculosis Research Foundation announces the first competition for Vaccine Innovation Program (VIP) grants
The Sequella Global Tuberculosis Foundation, with the support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, announces the first competition for Vaccine Innovation Program (VIP) grants. (2000-08-31)
Government and business are missing the green wave
Research published today shows that British industry and the Government are not taking full advantage of science and technology in innovating to protect the environment. (2000-04-02)
Sandia Conference To Explore Potential Of Industry Clusters In Five Southwestern States
Some 300 business leaders and public officials from New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Texas and Utah will explore the potential of technology-driven industry clusters during the Conference on the Southwest as a Region of Innovation: Steps Toward the Next Generation Economy, scheduled for June 17-18 at the Albuquerque Convention Center. (1999-05-24)
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