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DIRECTV : The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of...

**Revised TIME: 9 a.m. EVENT: The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) holds a discussion on "Adapt to Win: Leading Through Change in Emerging Markets." PARTICIPANTS: DIRECTV Chairman, ... 4 Traders, 18 hours ago
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Novel DNA test could identify risk of frailty

Washington, Dec 28 (IANS) New research from the Johns Hopkins University suggests that the quantity of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) found in peoples' blood directly relates to how frail they are. This DNA may prove to be a useful predictor of overall risk of ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Mitochondrial DNA test may predict frailty, mortality  Jagran Post2 months ago Frailty and Mortality Predicted by Amount of Mitochondrial DNA  Med India2 months ago

Low glycemic index diets not necessarily beneficial for heart, diabetes

on and Johns Hopkins University (JHU) in Baltimore, researchers looked at glycemic index' effect on cardiovascular disease (CVD) and diabetes and found that low glycemic diets did not improve insulin sensitivity or cardiovascular risk factors. Frank M. Sacks ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

ADDEX THERAPEUTICS : Initiates Dipraglurant Receptor Occupancy Clinical Study in Collaboration with Johns Hopkins University with Funding from The Michael J. Fox Foundation

Addex Initiates Dipraglurant Receptor Occupancy Clinical Study in Collaboration with Johns Hopkins University with Funding from The Michael J. Fox Foundation Geneva, Switzerland, 23 February 2015 - Addex Therapeutics (SIX: ADXN), a leading ...
 4 Traders5 days ago Addex to begin dipraglurant receptor occupancy clinical study with Johns Hopkins University  PharmaBiz4 days ago Addex Therapeutics Initiates Dipraglurant Receptor Occupancy Clinical Study In Collaboration With Johns Hopkins University With Funding From The Michael J. Fox Foundation  BioSpace4 days ago Addex Initiates Dipraglurant Receptor Occupancy Clinical Study in Collaboration with Johns Hopkins University with Funding from The Michael J. Fox Foundation  Noodls5 days ago

Sprint and Techstars Add Mercy R&D and Johns Hopkins to List of Health Systems Working With Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator

March 9 will be Day 1 of the Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator, Powered by Techstars. In its second year, the program is expanding its network of health system collaborators that will offer mentorship and possible opportunities ...
 Wall Street Business Network1 week ago Press Release: Sprint and Techstars Add Mercy R&D and Johns Hopkins to List of Health Systems Working With Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator  iMarketReports1 week ago SPRINT : and Techstars Add Mercy R&D and Johns Hopkins to List of Health Systems Working With Sprint : Mobile Health Accelerator  4 Traders1 week ago Sprint and Techstars Add Mercy RandD and Johns Hopkins to List of Health Systems Working With Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator  SPi World News1 week ago
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Safer suit for Ebola workers developed

ola patients has been developed. The suit, devised by Johns Hopkins University researchers, is one of the first five awardees in a federal funding contest in the US aimed at quickly devising new tools to combat the deadly Ebola. The Johns Hopkins prototype is ...
 Business Standard2 months ago More Comfortable and Safe New Suits for Ebola Health Workers  Med India2 months ago
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A coffee a day could keep MS at bay: Caffeine protects against multiple sclerosis, study finds

People who do not drink coffee are one-and-a-half-times more likely to develop the condition, researchers from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, US, found.
 Palestine Telegraph13 hours ago Can Coffee Cut Your MS Risk? Johns Hopkins University Study 2/27/2015  ClinicSpace20 hours ago Can Coffee Reduce Your Risk Of MS? Johns Hopkins University Study 2/27/2015  ClinicSpace22 hours ago More Support for Coffee's Neuroprotective Effects  Monthly Prescribing Reference17 hours ago
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Scientists develop ultra thin wires to help the function of superconductors

Scientists at Johns Hopkins University have now developed extremely thin nano wires which can trap the electron vortices that develop in superconductors and facilitate the smooth flow of currents.When different materials are cooled to -460°F using liquid ...
 Prokerala3 days ago Trapping Vortices to Improve Superconductors  Overclockers Club18 hours ago Ultra-Thin Nanowires Can Trap Electron 'Twisters' That Disrupt Superconductors  Photonics Online9 hours ago Ultra-Thin Nanowires Trap Electron 'Twisters' that Disrupt Superconductors  Wireless Design & Development2 days ago
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Johns Hopkins Medicine

Mutations Linked to Repair of Chromosome Ends May Make Emphysema More Likely in Smokers - 1/13/15

Mary Armanios, M.D., associate professor of oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Mutations in a gene that helps repair damaged chromosome ends may make smokers — especially female smokers — more susceptible to ...
 Johns Hopkins Medicine16 hours ago Pamela Paulk Appointed President of Johns Hopkins Medicine International - 1/15/15  Johns Hopkins Medicine16 hours ago Found: 'Fight or Flight' Response Control Center for the Heart - 1/20/15  Johns Hopkins Medicine16 hours ago Esteemed Johns Hopkins Pediatrician to Receive One of Field's Highest Honors - 1/23/15  Johns Hopkins Medicine16 hours ago
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Brain's seat of speech goes silent when we actually talk: Study

Scientists at University of California, Berkeley and Johns Hopkins University in Maryland have now challenged this long-held assumption after they found that Broca's area actually switches off when we talk out loud. The discovery has major implications for ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago Brain's Iconic Seat Of Speech Goes Silent When We Actually Talk, University of California, Berkeley (CAL) Study Reveals  BioSpace1 week ago Broca's Area Is the Brain's Scriptwriter, Shaping Speech, Study Finds - 2/17/15  Johns Hopkins Medicine16 hours ago
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