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Each research area identified and project descriptions provided represent what are truly breakthrough opportunities for the wood products sector.
The research which resulted in the breakthrough was conducted by Shouheng Sun and Christopher Murray at IBM's Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY, and Dieter Weller, Liesl Folks and Andreas Moser at the Almaden Research Center in San Jose, CA.
82% of cancer patients said breakthrough pain had a negative effect on their emotional health.
About Breakthrough Prize Founded in 2012 by Sergey Brin and Anne Wojcicki, Jack Ma and Cathy Zhang, Yuri Milner and Julia Milner, and Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan, the Breakthrough Prize is an annual award honoring the outstanding achievements in life sciences, physics and mathematics.
Taken together, the respondent's answers support that breakthrough cancer pain is under-recognised, may be treated inappropriately and is impactful on patient's daily lives.
The technologies being sought could, ill many cases, provide integrated breakthroughs in raw material production and utilization, process efficiency, product quality, and environmental protection.
With the convergence of technologies that blur the gap between traditional IT and telecommunications, it is important to have companies that understand what customers are trying to achieve from a business standpoint and can recommend and deliver end-to-end technology solutions that meet those needs," said Jeff Kaplan, CEO of Breakthrough Advisory Group.
I love the way that the Breakthrough Junior Challenge gives young people worldwide a creative, scientific mission, asking them to share their understanding, research and vision with others.
A systematic literature review conducted with the purpose of assessing and classifying cancer breakthrough pain on behalf of the European Palliative Care Research Collaborative (EPCRC)(6) likewise concludes that variations in cancer pain intensity are highly prevalent, yet the phenomenon is not well understood.
Other cited breakthroughs include development of a new type of laser, discovery that the Earth core spins faster than its surface, and findings in genetics, cell biology, the immune system and infectious disease.
Whether inventing something new, combining existing elements in a new way, or overcoming operational barriers, organizations competing in today's global economy must have the right people, processes, and tools to achieve breakthrough developments to outpace competitors," said John McCreight, Chairman of McCreight & Company.