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Aisling Capital targets $400 million for its new healthcare fund

Aisling Capital targets $400 million for its new healthcare fund

Aisling Capital, a New York-based private equity firm focused on life sciences, is in market with its fourth fund, according to a document published on the Pennsylvania Public School Employees Retirement System's website. The fund target is $400 ... Fortune, 1 week ago

India, South Africa renew science and technology cooperation pact

The Fourth Programme of Cooperation was signed during the 10th Joint Committee meeting on Science and Technology Cooperation, which was attended by senior officials from both countries recently.
 Economic Times2 months ago
PR Newswire

Fourth Annual Verizon Innovative App Challenge Seeks Problem Solving Ideas From Students Nationwide

Bill Nye, the Science Guy, helps Verizon uncover the next world-changing app idea; urging adults across the country to enter their kids in the App Challenge to win Tablets, $20,000 and more. Facebook Twitter Bill Nye, the Science Guy, helps ...
 PR Newswire2 weeks ago Verizon Innovative App Challenge Seeks Problem Solving Ideas From Students Nationwide  GISUser2 weeks ago
Science World Report

Air Pollution Linked to Lower GPAs in Children

Text Size - + Could air pollution lead to low GPAs? Scientists have found that fourth and fifth graders who are exposed to toxic air pollutants at home are more likely to have lower GPAs. (Photo : Flickr/Simply CVR) Could air pollution lead to ...
 Science World Report14 hours ago Study links air pollution to children's low GPAs  Medical News Today13 hours ago Study links air pollution to low GPAs  Environmental News Network13 hours ago Air pollution at home could lower kids GPAs  Grist Magazine7 hours ago

Vodafone India joins 4G race, to launch services by year end

Vodafone India said on Friday it would launch fourth-generation (4G) mobile phone services in the country by the end of the year, joining rival Bharti Airtel in offering faster data services. India's telecommunications market is bracing for heated competition ...
 Sify19 hours ago Airtel launches 4G services across 296 Indian towns and cities  Sify3 weeks ago 'As in China, 4G Can Be A Game-Changer For India'  Silicon India1 month ago Intex Aqua Turbo 4G With 3000mAh Battery Launched at Rs. 7,444  NDTV1 day ago
Sakaal Times

India ranks fourth in classifying data of flora and fauna

PUNE: India is ranked fourth in the world in classifying data of its various flora and fauna via its Microbial Culture Centre (MCC) located at the National Centre for Cell Sciences (NCCS). MCC is spearheaded by the World Data Centre for ...
 Sakaal Times1 day ago BlackBerry loses over 75% of employees in India  Times of India1 week ago Innovation Jockeys contest enters fourth year  Cyber India Online1 week ago India popular among Australians for short-term courses  Deccan Herald8 hours ago

Scientists Call On President Obama To Include Tongass In Climate Change Talks

Reddit Email Print Reprint ASHLAND, Ore. , Aug. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Alaska's Tongass rainforest may fair better in a changing climate than more southerly rainforest locales, according to a new study published in an online reference ...
 TheStreet.com1 day ago
New Zealand Herald

Top scientists call for more no-fishing marine reserves

Two of New Zealand's most renowned marine scientists have argued for more "no-take" marine reserves, where fishing of any kind is banned. Dr Bill Ballantine, who helped establish the country's first marine reserve - Cape Rodney-Okakari Point ...
 New Zealand Herald2 days ago

Fest opens the marvellous world of physics to kids

Over 550 students from 14 schools took part in the fourth edition of Limit Infinity, an inter-school fest aimed at fostering interest in science amongst students, here on Wednesday. "Limit Infinity is our effort to demonstrate that academic subjects can be ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago
Silicon Republic

3D printing healing cells onto injured knees is nearly a reality

Medical science has advanced significantly, but it's when it gets involved with the likes of engineering or smart technology that things really speed up. Step forward the Biopen, a 3D-printing device to help cure us all of dodgy knees. The Biopen ...
 Silicon Republic2 days ago
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