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The Thing Inside Your Cells That Might Determine How Long You Live - New York Times


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“We think the nucleolus plays an important role in regulating the life span of animals,” said Adam Antebi, a cellular biologist at the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing in Germany. He's an author of a new review published last week in Trends ...

Associate or Senior Editor (Molecular Biology), Nature Communications - mediabistro.com


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Location: new york, New York Function: Writing & Editing Specialty: Operations Level: Experienced (Non-Manager) Duration: Full Time Salary Description: competitive. Part_of_SN_1000.png NatureResearch_INLINE.jpg. Nature Research is a flagship portfolio ...

Locum Associate or Senior Editor (Immunology), Nature Communications - mediabistro.com


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Bavaria Tri-State Partnering and Investors Forum New York

New York, New York - United States

The Bavaria Tri-State Partnering and Investors Forum is a business networking event hosted by Invest in Bavaria, the investment promotion agency of the German State of Bavaria and by Livingston Securities. Invest in Bavaria is part of the Bavarian State Ministry of Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology which is under the leadership of Minister Mr. Martin Zeil.

Invest in Bavaria and Livingston Securities invite you to join corporate leaders from Germany and the NY-NJ-CT Tri-State area to form Trans-Atlantic business partnerships and learn about financing and expansion opportunities.

The half day Partnering and Investors Forum is offered at no charge for qualified companies. The Forum will bring together 250 representatives from the German and American IT, Energy and Life Sciences sectors as well as investors and key government players.

Monday October 22, 2012 from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Full event details and registration via the website.

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