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    2. Khalifa’s California: Rare earths & the Phoenix that could not rise

      Khalifa’s California: Rare earths & the Phoenix that could not rise
      In late August Molycorp, the only rare earth mine in North America, sealed its Mountain Pass facility in Californias Mojave Desert and put 500 jobs at risk. The mine, located in the unincorporated area of San Bernardino County near the Nevada border, was once one of the worlds largest suppliers of rare earth elements.
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    3. Why Pacific Biosciences of California Jumped Today

      Why Pacific Biosciences of California Jumped Today
      Pacific Biosciences of California (NASDAQ:PACB) was up as much as 15.7% today after the DNA sequencer maker reported third quarter earnings after the bell yesterday. So what: Revenue at Pacific Biosciences decreased year over year in the third quarter, but that was entirely due to the timing of payments (and amortization thereof) from its partner Roche. Revenue from products and services increased 15.7% year over year.
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    4. Global Life Science Reagents Industry: PCR Reagent Kits Market to Cannibalize Share of Other Product Markets | Medgadget Medgadget

      Global Life Science Reagents Industry: PCR Reagent Kits Market to Cannibalize Share of Other Product Markets | Medgadget Medgadget
      Life science reagents are the substances or compounds that are utilized to identify or synthesize another compound to provide a test reading. These reagents are employed in bioscience, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical industries and are utilized in the area of research, education, and diagnosis.
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    5. Microsoft posts Windows 10 for medical devices | Healthcare IT News

      Microsoft posts Windows 10 for medical devices | Healthcare IT News
      When Microsoft made Windows 10 widely available at July's end, the company foretold subsequent versions for both mobile and Internet of Things, or IoT, devices. Two weeks later, amid a smattering of post-release concerns about the operating systems' privacy, security and stability, Microsoft posted Windows 10 IoT Core with less fanfare than the broader OS
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    6. FDAnews Announces — Software and Cybersecurity Risk Management for Medical Devices: Understanding the FDA’s Position and Best Practices for Compliance, Oct. 14-15 | cyber security dojo

      FDAnews Announces — Software and Cybersecurity Risk Management for Medical Devices: Understanding the FDA’s Position and Best Practices for Compliance, Oct. 14-15 | cyber security dojo
      This workshop, chaired by internationally renowned expert Fubin Wu, has been specifically designed to provide devicemakers with industry best practices to achieve compliance and effectively assure medical device software safety. In fact, its a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn how the FDA expects devicemakers to manage the risks of medical devices that contain software.
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    7. Why we need better UI in patient-used medical devices

      Why we need better UI in patient-used medical devices
      It's no secret that our healthcare bill is increasing. Worldwide, healthcare spending is at a record high, and an expanding and aging population means this shows no sign of slowing down any time soon. One way of coping with this demand is to get patients who need specialist equipment to treat themselves at home. Healthcare professionals (HCPs) have been prescribing patients small medical devices such as blood pressure monitors ...
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    8. JAMA Network | JAMA | Improving Patient Outcomes With Cancer Genomics:  Unique Opportunities and Challenges in Pediatric Oncology

      Precision medicine, the individualization of health care based on unique patient-specific variables, is not new, especially within oncology. Historically, there has been a depersonalization of cancer care by defining histotype-specific standard-of-care treatments for the majority of malignancies, although in contrast oncologists have been adept at individualizing therapy, especially when confronted with disease relapse. Practicing oncologists seek evidence-based approaches to improve patient outcomes, but much of the current personalization of care ...
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    9. AAMI Whitepaper Names Risk Principles for Medical Devices in Postmarket Setting

      A new whitepaper drafted by a special Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) working group lays out six principlesdeveloped jointly by industry and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)to guide the management of risk of medical devices in the postmarket setting. The complimentary paper seeks to offer a shared understanding of risk principles, an important milestone in the ultimate goal of having better coordination and interaction between ...
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    10. Pres. Obama's Precision Medicine Initiative, The Human Genome Project, And Your Individualized Genetic Data

      Pres. Obama's Precision Medicine Initiative, The Human Genome Project, And Your Individualized Genetic Data
      Inside every human being is 23 chromosomes, housing threebillion pieces of genetic information that contains the color of our eyes, the curve of our nose and our lifelong susceptibility to disease. Medicine has known for decades this is where the instructions for life reside.All they needed to do was learn how to decipher the complex human blueprint.
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    11. The American Clinical Chemistry Analyzers market is estimated to... - Allied Analytics LLP

      The American Clinical Chemistry Analyzers market is estimated to... - Allied Analytics LLP
      The American Clinical Chemistry Analyzers market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 5.2% from 2014 to 2019. Countries, such as the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Chile and Rest of Americas (RoA) are covered in this report. The Americas is the largest market for clinical chemistry analyzers due to the factors such as; increasing healthcare expenditure, growing aging population, rising prevalence to various infectious diseases such as; tuberculosis ...
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    12. Manufacturing Expo Slated for Oct. 1 - CSU, Chico News - CSU, Chico

      Manufacturing Expo Slated for Oct. 1 - CSU, Chico News - CSU, Chico
      Once again, manufacturers from Northern California will showcase their technology and products at California State University, Chico on Friday, Oct. 1, from 9 a.m. to 3 pm. in the Bell Memorial Union Auditorium. Held on National Manufacturing Day, the second annual North State Manufacturing Expo will focus on education and career opportunities for students and job seekers.
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    13. California Revises ‘Made In America’ Manufacturing Rules

      California Revises ‘Made In America’ Manufacturing Rules
      Previously, California law had stipulated that it was illegal to sell merchandise advertised as being made in the U.S. if any portion of the product was produced outside the States. Upon the passage of California Senate Bill 633 and Browns signature, the state now conforms with the federal standard used by the other 49 states, which states that merchandise can carry the label if the non-U.S. components make ...
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    14. California manufacturers growing more energy efficient.

      California manufacturers growing more energy efficient.
      California manufacturers are among the most efficient users of electricity in the nation, according to a new analysis. They produce significantly more value for every dollar spent on electricity than the rest of the United States on average, says the nonprofit group Next 10, whose study relied on 2012 U.S. Economic Census data. For every dollar spent on electricity by manufacturers, California generates $59 in manufactured goods, according to ...
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    15. Gestureplex Wrist Controller for Hands Free Operation of Devices in Surgical Theater | Medgadget Medgadget

      Gestureplex Wrist Controller for Hands Free Operation of Devices in Surgical Theater | Medgadget Medgadget
      Doctors in the operating room and in cath labs these days use a lot of different pieces of equipment, some of them requiring another person to operate so that sterility is not compromised. In particular, radiological image browsing during surgery can be frustrating when you cant put your hands on the controls. Weve seen gesture-based control of computers in the operating room that relies on 3D cameras watching hand movementsand ...
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