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Studies indicate low breakeven price for offshore Falklands Da...

Offshore staff LONDON Borders & Southern (B&S) says two technical projects have been completed concerning potential development of the deepwater Darwin gas/condensate discovery south of the Falkland Islands . These were a reservoir ... Penn Energy, 3 days ago

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BRIEF-Aptahem: Preclinical studies indicate great potential for Aptahem's drug candidate Apta-1

Sept 26 Aptahem AB : * Aptahem, together with its US partner Hooke Laboratories in Boston, conducted preclinical studies of drug candidate Apta-1 * Its anti-inflammatory effects have been compared with Dexamethasone, which is one of the ...
 Reuters UK3 days ago
DNA

Report envisions self-driving adoption over decades

Studies indicate around 64 percent of US consumers aren't ready for self-driving cars.
 DNA4 days ago

Why fidgeting is good medicine

Studies indicate we spend 8-10 hours a day seated, during which our lower body barely moves
 Business Standard1 week ago
DNA

Studies suggest social media may have health benefits for older adults

Research indicates older adults who use social media are less prone to depression, high blood pressure, and diabetes.
 DNA1 month ago
India Infoline

Indian logistics sector to attract more FDI & PE Inflows

The World Bank studies policy regulation as well as supply chain performance outcomes across six sub-indices for the Index and assigns scores to each country based on their performance in these.
 India Infoline1 month ago
Nutraceuticals World

Review of Literature Indicates Sucralose Is Not Linked to Cancer

A comprehensive review of studies verified the artificial sweetener's safety. In a society where obesity is increasingly recognized as a risk factor for disease, low- and no-calorie ingredients are logical choices for those wishing to manage their ...
 Nutraceuticals World3 days ago

Despite evidence to the contrary, a review of studies on sucralose indicates the chemical may not have the carcinogenic effects some suspect, researchers say.

News - Full Story | TickerTech.com Your web browser does not support JavaScript, and is therefore too old to view this site properly. Please upgrade here Sucralose may not cause cancer, study says Sep. 23. /UPI/ -- Copyright 2016 United ...
 TickerTech.com6 days ago
Farms.com

Studies Indicate Optimal Protein Supplement Intervals Influence Performance Of Cows

By Dr. Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist Dr. Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist, offers herd health advice as part of the weekly series known as the "Cow Calf ...
 Farms.com1 week ago

Genetic Studies May Indicate Two Human Migrations Out of Africa

www.cam.ac.uk/… Several major studies, published today, concur that virtually all current global human populations stem from a single wave of expansion out of Africa. Yet one has found 2% of the genome in Papuan populations points to an ...
 Daily Kos1 week ago
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