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Brick Marketing and PPC Summit Form Search Engine Marketing Partnership

2011-01-26
PPC Summit, a world-class producer of Internet marketing training, today announces a partnership with Brick Marketing, a leading search engine optimization service provider. Through this partnership, PPC Summit and Brick Marketing will promote PPC Summit's online training events and deliver targeted newsletter content to educate businesses on 'how-to' improve their search marketing, search engine optimization and social media results. The partnership allows both organizations to extend their reach to businesses who are interested in improving their Internet marketing ...

ARGYLEtv.com, a Provider of Internet TV Channels from Around the World, is Now Available in 9 Different Languages

ARGYLEtv.com, a Provider of Internet TV Channels from Around the World, is Now Available in 9 Different Languages
2011-01-26
ARGYLEtv.com, a website which thousands use in order to watch TV online for free, is now available in 9 different languages. While offering Internet TV in over 70 different languages from around the world, ARGYLEtv.com has always been presented in English. In a move aimed at making their site more easily accessible to those who do not speak English, ARGYLEtv.com will now provide access to its site in multiple languages. ARGYLEtv.com has accomplished this by creating a family of sites which mirror the original sites' online TV programming, but whose content has been completely ...

TheCityCase Launches New Product for Parisian Tourists

TheCityCase Launches New Product for Parisian Tourists
2011-01-26
Bulbup SAS is proud to announce the launch of TheCityCase Package - a fully customizable package featuring the Paris Museum Pass, the Paris Metro Pass, and the new Restaurants & Nightlife Pass. With a single package, customers will receive free admission to over sixty museums and monuments, including the Louvre, Versailles and Centre Pompidou, unlimited use of the Paris metro and bus system, as well as restaurant discounts and privileges. Those already familiar with the museum and metro passes will be excited to hear about the new Restaurants & Nightlife Pass for use at ...

GSA to Use AgilQuest to Meet Real Estate Reduction and Telework Directives

2011-01-26
General Services Administration (GSA) has selected AgilQuest Corporation to provide the necessary expertise, systems and resources to achieve real estate cost cutting goals, improve sustainability and enable workplace flexibility as mandated by the White House and Congress. Agencies throughout the federal government turn to GSA for proven solutions and GSA counts on AgilQuest technology and AgilQuest Workplace Services to develop the blueprint for other agencies to comply with these mandates. In June 2010, President Obama directed federal agencies to generate $8 billion ...

New study suggests global pacts like REDD ignore primary causes of destruction of forests

2011-01-24
NEW YORK (24 January 2010)—A new study issued today by some of the world's top experts on forest governance finds fault with a spate of international accords, and helps explain their failure to stop rampant destruction of the world's most vulnerable forests. The report suggests that global efforts have too often ignored local needs, while failing to address the most fundamental challenge to global forest management—that deforestation usually is caused by economic pressures imposed from outside the forests. "Our findings suggest that disregarding the impact on forests ...

Culprit found for increased stroke injury with diabetes

2011-01-24
BOSTON – January 23, 2011 – Strokes are a leading cause of mortality and adult disability. Those that involve intracerebral hemorrhage (bleeding in the brain) are especially deadly, and there are no effective treatments to control such bleeding. Moreover, diabetes and hyperglycemia (high blood glucose levels) are associated with increases in bleeding during hemorrhagic stroke and worse clinical outcomes. But Joslin Diabetes Center researchers now have identified one key player that contributes to this increased bleeding, a discovery that may pave the way toward treatments ...

Curved carbon for electronics of the future

Curved carbon for electronics of the future
2011-01-24
A new scientific discovery could have profound implications for nanoelectronic components. Researchers from the Nano-Science Center at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, in collaboration with Japanese researchers, have shown how electrons on thin tubes of graphite exhibit a unique interaction between their motion and their attached magnetic field – the so-called spin. The discovery paves the way for unprecedented control over the spin of electrons and may have a big impact on applications for spin-based nanoelectronics. The results have been published in ...

Nailing down a crucial plant signaling system

2011-01-24
Stanford, CA— Plant biologists have discovered the last major element of the series of chemical signals that one class of plant hormones, called brassinosteroids, send from a protein on the surface of a plant cell to the cell's nucleus. Although many steps of the pathway were already known, new research from a team including Carnegie's Ying Sun and Zhiyong Wang fills in a missing gap about the mechanism through which brassinosteroids cause plant genes to be expressed. Their research, which will be published online by Nature Cell Biology on January 23, has implications for ...

Fighting the fight for healthy teeth

2011-01-24
It is known that teeth can protect themselves, to some extent, from attack by bacteria but that inflammation within a tooth can be damaging and, in extreme cases, lead to abscess or death of the tooth. New research published in BioMed Central's open access journal BMC Immunology shows that odontoblast cells are part of the immune system and fight to protect teeth from decay. Inside a tooth odontoblast cells sit between the enamel and pulp and produce a layer of dentin to protect the pulp from wear and infection. This research shows that, when under attack from bacteria, ...

Genetic sequencing alone doesn't offer a true picture of human disease

2011-01-24
DURHAM, N.C. – Despite what you might have heard, genetic sequencing alone is not enough to understand human disease. Researchers at Duke University Medical Center have shown that functional tests are absolutely necessary to understand the biological relevance of the results of sequencing studies as they relate to disease, using a suite of diseases known as the ciliopathies which can cause patients to have many different traits. "Right now the paradigm is to sequence a number of patients and see what may be there in terms of variants," said Nicholas Katsanis, Ph.D. "The ...

Researchers find smoking gun of world's biggest extinction

Researchers find smoking gun of worlds biggest extinction
2011-01-24
About 250 million years about 95 per cent of life was wiped out in the sea and 70 per cent on land. Researchers at the University of Calgary believe they have discovered evidence to support massive volcanic eruptions burnt significant volumes of coal, producing ash clouds that had broad impact on global oceans. "This could literally be the smoking gun that explains the latest Permian extinction," says Dr. Steve Grasby, adjunct professor in the University of Calgary's Department of Geoscience and research scientist at Natural Resources Canada. Grasby and colleagues ...

More research needed on diet and environmental influences on childhood asthma

2011-01-24
St. Louis, MO, January 24, 2011 – Asthma is one of the world's most common chronic diseases, affecting as many as 300 million people. It is estimated that by 2025 there could be an additional 100 million people with the disease. This rapid increase in asthma is most likely due to changing environmental or lifestyle factors, and over the last 15 years, changing diet has emerged as a promising contributor. Two studies published in the in the February 2011 issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association explore the possible relationship between nutrition and asthma. ...

Anti-estrogen medication reduces risk of dying from lung cancer

2011-01-24
A new study has found that tamoxifen, an anti-estrogen breast cancer medication, may reduce an individual's risk of death from lung cancer. Published early online in Cancer, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the study supports the hypothesis that there is a hormonal influence on lung cancer and that estrogen levels play a role in lung cancer patients' prognosis. Previous research suggests that menopausal hormone therapy increases women's risk of dying from lung cancer. If this is true, the use of anti-estrogens should have the opposite effect. Elisabetta ...

IU study: Humans' critical ability to throw long distances aided by an illusion

2011-01-24
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Can't help molding some snow into a ball and hurling it or tossing a stone as far into a lake as you can? New research from Indiana University and the University of Wyoming shows how humans, unlike any other species on Earth, readily learn to throw long distances. This research also suggests that this unique evolutionary trait is entangled with language development in a way critical to our very existence. The study, appearing online Jan. 14 in the journal "Evolution and Human Behavior," suggests that the well-established size-weight illusion, where ...

Oniqua Enterprise Analytics Opens New Office in Africa

Oniqua Enterprise Analytics Opens New Office in Africa
2011-01-24
Oniqua Enterprise Analytics, the leading provider of MRO analytics software solutions for asset-intensive organizations, today announced the establishment of a new office in Africa. Located in Sandton, Johannesburg, the new operations will service South Africa and the entire sub-Saharan African region. Neil Pollock, a long-time business associate and partner of Oniqua, has been appointed Vice President and will head up the new operations. "This expansion into Africa comes on the heels of the completion of the regional rollout of BHP Billiton's global implementation ...

New Video Resume Tool from TalentRooster Empowers Companies to See and Hear Candidates BEFORE the Interview

2011-01-24
TalentRooster (www.talentrooster.com), the world's leading video resume service today announced the release of a new record-from-home video resume tool. This new technology enables hiring managers to send a link to job candidates, providing them with an easy do-it-yourself tool to create a professional video resume from home. Hiring managers can select questions relevant to the position, which the candidate then answers in a video. There are written questions as well, should the hiring manager desire to include them. TalentRooster CEO and President David DeCapua says ...

IIS Group, LLC Continues Growth Strategy by Acquiring Optimum Power & Environment of Florida

2011-01-24
The purchase of Optimum Power & Environment of Florida, a Manufacturer's Representative Company with a primary focus on precision mechanical and power products, was completed on August 11th 2010 in Deerfield Beach, Florida. The strategic acquisition enables IIS Group, LLC to further its position within the blended facilities and IT channel by engaging the engineering segment and by building out data center related initiatives. Formerly located in King of Prussia, IIS Group, LLC is newly headquartered in their state-of-the art-facility in Fort Washington, PA. The move ...

Unexpected find opens up new front in effort to stop HIV

2011-01-23
HIV adapts in a surprising way to survive and thrive in its hiding spot within the human immune system, scientists have learned. While the finding helps explain why HIV remains such a formidable foe after three decades of research – more than 30 million people worldwide are infected with HIV – it also offers scientists a new, unexpected way to try to stop the virus. The work by researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center and Emory University was published Dec. 10 in the Journal of Biological Chemistry. It's thanks largely to its ability to hide out in ...

PoppySports.com offers high quality yoga pants and shorts for women at genuine prices

2011-01-23
Yoga is an exercise where body form highly matters. The pants and shorts, one wears during yoga sessions must not just provide comfort but also ease of movement. Getting a Yoga Shorts that well suits a person's body and requirements is not at all an easy task. Particularly, when it comes to women, finding the right kind of yoga pants are even harder and significant. So what makes it difficult for women in finding yoga pants? For this, first of all you need to know and understand the concepts behind yoga. Read further as Mr.Melanie Mitchell of PoppySports.com, the popular ...

Acosta Aids Chamber Of Commerce Members Claim Their Free Google Listing

2011-01-23
Chambers of Commerce offer useful and essential services to promote the businesses of their members. Through the services of Carlos Acosta, they can now offer their members free listings in Google's Local Places. "Only two percent of businesses have claimed their Google Local Places listing," said Acosta. They may not know how, don't know how it works, think it's too difficult or just ignore it. They don't realize how much business they're missing by not being listed in Google Local Places." Acosta specializes in local business insurance, with over 22 years in the ...

Alyce Fine Jewelry Announces New, 2011 Promotional Offerings on Jewelry

2011-01-23
Nationwide jewelry retailer, Alyce Fine Jewelry, recently announced new, 2011 promotional offerings on jewelry at its website at http://www.alycejewelry.com. In addition to sales of up to 70% on jewelry, Alyce Fine Jewelry is offering substantial discounts to new customers of 20% off the price of a wide variety of jewelry that is already on sale at substantial discounts. According to one media relations representative at Alyce, the new customer promotion offers significant value to new customers at the same time as Alyce introduces an exciting variety of new jewelry ...

FloorMall.com Implements Customer Friendly Features

2011-01-23
Online flooring retailer FloorMall, has placed a greater emphasis on changing the way people shop on their site with customer friendly options. One of the major features the site has implemented has been the added functionality of auto-complete in the search section of their header. This was done to provide customers with faster, more meaningful results. The search algorithm is also more accurate so that if customers aren't sure of the exact name of the product, getting close to it will likely provide the correct result. The search area was made more prominent and customers ...

Navy Chaplain Tim Moore to appear on Open to Hope Radio

2011-01-23
Navy Chaplain Tim Moore has been serving as an active-duty Navy Chaplain for the past twelve years. He provides religious ministry to Sailors and Marines and has deployed to Iraq and was in the Persian Gulf during 9/11. His duties onboard ships, stations or with Marines is to notify service members of personal loss or tragedy then provide follow-up grief counseling. Open to Hope Radio broadcasts every Thursday. To listen to this show, go to http://opentohope.com . About Dr. Heidi Horsley Dr. Heidi Horsley, PsyD, LMSW, MS, is a bereaved sibling and a licensed psychologist ...

PERI Software Solutions, Inc. plans to attend National Assn. of Regulatory Utilities Commissioners (NARUC) Conf. in Wash. DC

2011-01-23
PERI Software Solutions, Inc. plans to attend the National Assn. of Regulatory Utilities and Commissioners (NARUC) Winter Meeting (Feb 13-17) and the joint NARUC/DOE Annual Electricity Forum (Feb 16-17), at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel (999 Ninth Street NW • Washington, District Of Columbia 20001 USA) "We received great reception on PERI's case studies," said President & CEO Sarav Periasamy, Software Solutions, Inc., Newark, NJ. "We showed regulators and ratepayers examples of energy efficiency and security of smart grid technology in our presentations ...

e.l.f. Cosmetics Announces "Beauty At All Ages 2011"

2011-01-23
For the second year in a row, e.l.f. Cosmetics (eyeslipsface.com) will be spearheading a spokes model search -- turning to its own loyal customers to fill the role as the new face of the brand for 2011. The exciting, interactive opportunity will kick-off on January 18th and will run until March 20th, with finalist selection taking place in mid April. e.l.f. Will be partnering with Explore Modeling (exploremodeling.com), a top online casting and modeling resource site to launch the contest that will be open to the general public for both entry submissions and voting. ...
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