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Masdar to invest Dh2.57m in carbon research project

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  • Gulf News

August 22, 2011

Abu Dhabi: Masdar is investing Dh2.57 million in a high potential carbon capture technology research project in collaboration with RTI International, an independent non-profit research institute, the company said in an emailed statement Tuesday.

High Risk, High Reward

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  • Biorefining Magazine

August 21, 2011

A unique development program housed under the U.S. Department of Defense has achieved a rich history of game-changing technological innovation since its inception in the 1950s.

Researchers: Managed-Care Plans Can Decrease Health Costs

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  • EndoNurse

August 21, 2011

Medicare managed healthcare plans can be effective in reducing costs and encouraging appropriate care, according to a new study by researchers at RTI International, Arizona State University, the University of California, and the University of North C

2 Blues plans work together on Medicaid management

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  • American Medical News

August 21, 2011

Two Blues plans that have their eyes on the growing Medicaid market have agreed to take joint ownership of AmeriHealth Mercy, a Medicaid managed care organization based in Philadelphia, and pursue Medicaid contracts across the country.

Penny Foolish

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  • New York Times

August 19, 2011

In this time of fiscal strain, Americans can find some savings by simply looking in their purses and pockets.

New ‘Lab-On-A-Chip’ Is An HIV Test That Fits In Your Pocket (video)

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  • Singularity Hub

August 09, 2011

It’s being called a “lab on a chip.” A credit card-sized plastic chip can test blood samples – as little as 1 microliter – for HIV and syphilis, and it only takes 20 minutes to do it. The chip has already been field tested.

NCSU, RTI land $25M virus research contract

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  • Local Tech Wire

August 03, 2011

North Carolina State University has landed a $25 million federal grant to lead scientists at 13 universities and other organizations in finding better ways to combat noroviruses, which cause more than 5 million cases of food-borne illness each year.