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Rust for Cheminformatics
ConclusionRust is a fast, safe language for systems development. In its current state, Rust offers the technical ingredients needed to eventually support a robust cheminformatics platform. A handful of tentative efforts using Rust in computational chemistry have appeared, but no project demonstrating the suitability of Rust for cheminformatics exists. This article takes a small step in that direction. Future articles will explore the idea further.
Source: Depth-First - January 21, 2020 Category: Chemistry Authors: Richard L. Apodaca Source Type: blogs

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Source: Med Student Guide - December 6, 2019 Category: Universities & Medical Training Source Type: forums

Compiling C to WebAssembly and Running It - without Emscripten
ConclusionIt's now possible to compile C source files to WebAssembly with a stock LLVM toolchain devoid of Emscripten. With some extra effort, the C standard library can be included. Data can be passed into and out of a WebAssembly instance by treating pointers as indexes into a JavaScript typed array view.Unlike Emscripten, this approach to compiling WebAssembly introduces no glue JavaScript code. This means paying for only what's used. On the other hand, the approach does require some thought and work to supply the missing integration points. Fortunately, these are not too difficult to implement.
Source: Depth-First - October 17, 2019 Category: Chemistry Authors: Richard L. Apodaca Source Type: blogs

OMA standalone: orthology inference among public and custom genomes and transcriptomes METHOD
Genomes and transcriptomes are now typically sequenced by individual laboratories but analyzing them often remains challenging. One essential step in many analyses lies in identifying orthologs—corresponding genes across multiple species—but this is far from trivial. The Orthologous MAtrix (OMA) database is a leading resource for identifying orthologs among publicly available, complete genomes. Here, we describe the OMA pipeline available as a standalone program for Linux and Mac. When run on a cluster, it has native support for the LSF, SGE, PBS Pro, and Slurm job schedulers and can scale up to thousands of pa...
Source: Genome Research - July 3, 2019 Category: Genetics & Stem Cells Authors: Altenhoff, A. M., Levy, J., Zarowiecki, M., Tomiczek, B., Warwick Vesztrocy, A., Dalquen, D. A., Müller, S., Telford, M. J., Glover, N. M., Dylus, D., Dessimoz, C. Tags: METHOD Source Type: research

NSF announces $24.2 million to support research fueling smart cities and communities
The National Science Foundation (NSF) announced approximately $22.6 million in Smart and Connected Communities (S&CC) awards, supporting 13 projects involving researchers at 35 institutions nationwide. Additionally, NSF and Mozilla announced the winners of the NSF Wireless Innovation for a Networked Society (WINS) Challenges, awarding a total of $1.6 ... More at This is an NSF News item.
Source: NSF News - October 5, 2018 Category: Science Source Type: news

Mike Adams reveals list of tech alternatives to the Google / Facebook / YouTube censorship regime
(Natural News) If you’re using Google’s Chrome browser or Mozilla’s Firefox browser, you’re being indoctrinated with censorship at the browser level. Yes, even Mozilla has gone “full evil” and will soon be blocking independent media websites. I hosted the fourth hour of the Alex Jones Show yesterday, detailing alternative technology solutions that help free you...
Source: - August 18, 2018 Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news

Mozilla / Firefox goes all in for EVIL... pushes corporate news collusion to silence independent media
(Natural News) Remember the day you found out Google was steeped in pure evil? So you sought out a different browser to escape the evil overlords that run Chrome. Many of us sought out Firefox from Mozilla, an organization with a strong history supporting free speech and open access to information. But now Mozilla has...
Source: - August 15, 2018 Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news

CLAIM: Google deliberately slows YouTube videos on non-chrome browsers to make them appear defective
(Natural News) Google has found a clever new way to get more people to use its browser so it can keep tabs on them: It’s slowing down YouTube videos in browsers other than Google’s Chrome. An engineer for Mozilla, makers of the Firefox browser, pointed out the issue on Twitter. Mozilla Technical Program Manager Chris...
Source: - July 28, 2018 Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news

CENSORSHIP ALERT: Mozilla planning "kill shot" for entire independent media by blocking all non-approved news in the FireFox browser
(Natural News) In November of 1737, decades before America officially declared its independence from the king of England, a young Benjamin Franklin published an essay in The Pennsylvania Gazette entitled, “On Freedom of Speech and the Press.” In it, Franklin wrote, “Freedom of speech is a principal pillar of a free government; when this support...
Source: - August 15, 2017 Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news

Army HPSP MODS access
For anyone in Army HPSP: I'm recently enrolled in HPSP and now have MODS access. My recruiter advised me to stay on top of things in the MODS discussion forum. However, every time I attempt to click and access the forums (and also my messages) under the "Bulletin Board" section, It logs me out of MODS entirely. I've attempted on Mozilla, Safari, and Chrome all with the same result. Also, no one has advised me of a contact person for any questions. I assume I can just call the general... Army HPSP MODS access
Source: Student Doctor Network - July 25, 2017 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Riles Source Type: forums

A De-Identification Pipeline for Ultrasound Medical Images in DICOM Format
AbstractClinical data sharing between healthcare institutions, and between practitioners is often hindered by privacy protection requirements. This problem is critical in collaborative scenarios where data sharing is fundamental for establishing a workflow among parties. The anonymization of patient information burned in DICOM images requires elaborate processes somewhat more complex than simple de-identification of textual information. Usually, before sharing, there is a need for manual removal of specific areas containing sensitive information in the images. In this paper, we present a pipeline for ultrasound medical ima...
Source: Journal of Medical Systems - April 13, 2017 Category: Information Technology Source Type: research

Implementation of a single sign-on system between practice, research and learning systems
Conclusions: The project demonstrates that enterprise-wide single sign-on systems should be used in healthcare to reduce complexity like“password hell”, improve usability and user navigation. We plan to extend this to work with other systems used in the health care enterprise....
Source: Applied Clinical Informatics - March 29, 2017 Category: Information Technology Source Type: research

Update Your Web Browser by Nov. 30 to Continue Using eRA Commons, ASSIST, IAR & iEdison
eRA is strengthening the security of its modules on November 30 by moving to the ‘https only’ secure connection for websites, as mandated for all federal agencies. With the implementation of this security protocol, older internet browsers may not work, and you may need to update your browser to access any eRA module, including eRA Commons, ASSIST, IAR and iEdison. An October 26 eRA email bulletin lists the web browsers and versions that will continue to work after the security upgrade. While these versions will continue to work past November 30, for an optimal experience when using eRA modules, we encourage you to use ...
Source: NIH Extramural Nexus - October 31, 2016 Category: Research Authors: NIH Staff Tags: Top Stories Source Type: funding

Mining clinical attributes of genomic variants through assisted literature curation in Egas
The veritable deluge of biological data over recent years has led to the establishment of a considerable number of knowledge resources that compile curated information extracted from the literature and store it in structured form, facilitating its use and exploitation. In this article, we focus on the curation of inherited genetic variants and associated clinical attributes, such as zygosity, penetrance or inheritance mode, and describe the use of Egas for this task. Egas is a web-based platform for text-mining assisted literature curation that focuses on usability through modern design solutions and simple user interactio...
Source: Database : The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation - June 7, 2016 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Matos, S., Campos, D., Pinho, R., Silva, R. M., Mort, M., Cooper, D. N., Oliveira, J. L. Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Feinstein-Burr: The Bill That Bans Your Browser
Last week, I criticized the confused rhetorical framework that the Feinstein-Burr encryption backdoor proposal tries to impose on the ongoing Crypto Wars 2.0 debate.  In this post, I want to try to explain why technical experts have so overwhelmingly and vehemently condemned the substance of the proposal. The first thing to note is how extraordinarily sweeping the bill is in scope.  Its mandate applies to: device manufacturers, software manufacturers, electronic communication services, remote communication services, providers of wire or electronic communication services, providers of remote communication services, or any...
Source: Cato-at-liberty - April 29, 2016 Category: American Health Authors: Julian Sanchez Source Type: blogs

Characterizing rate limiting steps in transcription from RNA production times in live cells
Motivation: Single-molecule measurements of live Escherichia coli transcription dynamics suggest that this process ranges from sub- to super-Poissonian, depending on the conditions and on the promoter. For its accurate quantification, we propose a model that accommodates all these settings, and statistical methods to estimate the model parameters and to select the relevant components. Results: The new methodology has improved accuracy and avoids overestimating the transcription rate due to finite measurement time, by exploiting unobserved data and by accounting for the effects of discrete sampling. First, we use Monte Carl...
Source: Bioinformatics - April 27, 2016 Category: Bioinformatics Authors: Häkkinen, A., Ribeiro, A. S. Tags: GENE EXPRESSION Source Type: research

Integrating, summarizing and visualizing GWAS-hits and human diversity with DANCE (Disease-ANCEstry networks)
Motivation: The 1000 Genomes Project (1KGP) and thousands of Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS) performed during the last years have generated an enormous amount of information that needs to be integrated to better understand the genetic architecture of complex diseases in different populations. This integration is important in areas such as genetics, epidemiology, anthropology, as well as admixture mapping design and GWAS-replications. Network-based approaches that explore the genetic bases of human diseases and traits have not yet incorporated information on genetic diversity among human populations. Results: We prop...
Source: Bioinformatics - April 7, 2016 Category: Bioinformatics Authors: Araujo, G. S., Lima, L. H. C., Schneider, S., Leal, T. P., da Silva, A. P. C., Vaz de Melo, P. O. S., Tarazona-Santos, E., Scliar, M. O., Rodrigues, M. R. Tags: GENETICS AND POPULATION ANALYSIS Source Type: research

SciELO suggester: An intelligent support tool for cataloging library resources
Publication date: Available online 21 February 2016 Source:Library & Information Science Research Author(s): Natalia L. Mitzig, Mónica S. Mitzig, Fernando A. Martínez, Ricardo A. Piriz, Víctor M. Ferracutti, María Paula González, Ana G. Maguitman Existing cataloging interfaces are designed to reduce the bottleneck of creating, editing, and refining bibliographic records by offering a convenient framework for data entry. However, the cataloger still has to deal with the difficult task of deciding what information to include. The SciELO Suggester system is an innovative tool developed to overcome certai...
Source: Library and Information Science Research - February 23, 2016 Category: Databases & Libraries Source Type: research

Xtant™ Medical And Montana State University Develop Custom 3D Printer For Prototyping Reconstructive Implants
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Source: Orthogate - Latest News - December 1, 2015 Category: Orthopaedics Tags: Featured Industry News Source Type: news

Natural News browser add-on alerts you in real time to breaking news stories you need to know - install it at this link
(NaturalNews) Today I'm thrilled to announce the immediate availability of a new Natural News add-on for your web browser that alerts you to new stories appearing on This add-on can be installed on Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari, and...
Source: - July 14, 2015 Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news

Charting Our Path With a Web Literacy Map
This article features the “Web Literacy Map”, an open source tool from Mozilla's Webmaker project. The map focuses on Exploring (Navigating the Web); Building (creating for the Web), and Connecting (Participating on the Web). Readers are invited to use resources, provide feedback on the map, and become a member of the literacy map community.
Source: Reading Teacher - April 16, 2015 Category: Child Development Authors: Bridget Dalton Tags: Integrating Technology Source Type: research

Helmsley awards $6.4M to Sage Bionetworks, Project, Mozilla Foundation
(The Helmsley Charitable Trust) Helmsley Charitable Trust announces grants, which together total more than $6.4 million, to three pioneering nonprofit organizations that promote more open, accurate and collaborative science: Sage Bionetworks, the Project and the Mozilla Foundation. The awards are the first made through the Trust's Biomedical Research Infrastructure Program, a new grantmaking program dedicated to funding novel collaborative research platforms, data management tools and training initiatives that will improve research outcomes and speed biomedical discoveries.
Source: EurekAlert! - Social and Behavioral Science - January 12, 2015 Category: Global & Universal Source Type: news

Virtual Reality Comes to the Web—Maybe for Real This Time
Backed by Google and Mozilla, VR-enabled browsers and gear could soon immerse Web users in 3-D worlds -- Read more on
Source: Scientific American - Official RSS Feed - December 29, 2014 Category: Science Tags: Mind & Brain Technology Communications Computing Consumer Electronics Source Type: research

Estimation of GFP-tagged RNA numbers from temporal fluorescence intensity data
We present a novel method for automatically estimating RNA numbers and production intervals from temporal data of cell fluorescence intensities that reduces uncertainty by exploiting temporal information. We also derive a robust variant, more resistant to outliers caused e.g. by RNAs moving out of focus. Using Monte Carlo simulations, we show that the quantification of RNA numbers and production intervals is generally improved compared with previous methods. Finally, we analyze data from live Escherichia coli and show statistically significant differences to previous methods. The new methods can be used to quantify numbers...
Source: Bioinformatics - December 18, 2014 Category: Bioinformatics Authors: Hakkinen, A., Ribeiro, A. S. Tags: GENE EXPRESSION Source Type: research

Welcome To The Future: The 8 Most Game-Changing Innovations Of 2014
As the year draws to a close, it’s worth glancing over our shoulder. What technologies and themes were brightest in 2014? Read on. (And keep in mind, attempting such a summation is ambitious to the extreme -- let us know what we missed!) Illumina Breaks DNA Reading 'Sound Barrier' In January, Illumina announced that their latest DNA sequencing machine can transcribe 18,000 human genomes a year for $1,000 each -- down from hundreds of millions a decade ago. The $1,000 genome enables broad genomic studies that may yield insights into the origins of disease. To date, some 225,000 genomes have been sequenced, and genomic ...
Source: Science - The Huffington Post - December 17, 2014 Category: Science Source Type: news

IGVFox: Integrative Genomics Viewer control through mozilla Firefox
I've just pushed IGVFox 0.1 an add-on for Firefox, controlling IGV, the Integrative Genomics Viewer.This add-on allows the users to set the genomic position of IGV by just clicking a hyperlink in a HTML page. The source code is available on github at and a first release is available as a *.xpi file at That's it,
Source: YOKOFAKUN - October 16, 2014 Category: Bioinformatics Authors: Pierre Lindenbaum Source Type: blogs

Fitnet eyes clinical space with Kansas medical center childhood obesity pilot
Fitnet, the instructional video fitness app maker that launched in January of this year, has begun its first clinical pilot, a collaboration with the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) sponsored by a $15,000 grant from Mozilla. Fitnet will work with eight families in KUMC’s Health Hawks childhood obesity program and provide an iPad and […]
Source: mobihealthnews - July 23, 2014 Category: Information Technology Authors: Jonah Comstock Tags: Uncategorized fitness app Fitnet iPad physical therapy app University of Kansas Medical Center video fitness Source Type: news

Scandals the order of the day during CEO departures in April, report says
Twelve Texas CEOs, including three in Austin, left their jobs during April, according to a national report that tracks CEO movement and Austin Business Journal research. But the big news was that six CEOs across the country, including one in Central Texas, left their jobs due to personal or corporate scandals. The highest-profile CEO departure in April was Mozilla Corp. CEO Brendan Eich, who said he would step down from his position after it became public that he had contributed money to a group…
Source: Health Care:Pharmaceuticals headlines - May 20, 2014 Category: Pharmaceuticals Authors: Greg Barr Source Type: research

Estimation of fluorescence-tagged RNA numbers from spot intensities
Motivation: Present research on gene expression using live cell imaging and fluorescent proteins or tagged RNA requires accurate automated methods of quantification of these molecules from the images. Here, we propose a novel automated method for classifying pixel intensities of fluorescent spots to RNA numbers. Results: The method relies on a new model of intensity distributions of tagged RNAs, for which we estimated parameter values in maximum likelihood sense from measurement data, and constructed a maximum a posteriori classifier to estimate RNA numbers in fluorescent RNA spots. We applied the method to estimate the nu...
Source: Bioinformatics - April 9, 2014 Category: Bioinformatics Authors: Hakkinen, A., Kandhavelu, M., Garasto, S., Ribeiro, A. S. Tags: GENE EXPRESSION Source Type: research

Cameron turns 'internet of things' slogan into fact | Jessica Bland
PM announces £45m research funding and a review of how to make the most of internet of things technologies. Make the most for whom?At the digital technology trade fair CeBIT 2014 in Hannover, David Cameron announced that UK chief science adviser Sir Mark Walport will lead a review into internet of things technologies. He also said £45m will be available for internet of things research in the UK, as well as £1m grants for European companies developing related products. Speaking alongside German chancellor Angela Merkel, he urged: This is a world on fast forward. A world of permanent technological revolution. And in this ...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - March 10, 2014 Category: Science Authors: Jessica Bland Tags: Blogposts Science policy Source Type: news

Publish or Perish: The Future of Scholarly Communications and Academic Careers #PublishPerish14
Discussion | What we have learned, where we are now, & what we need to do nextDiscussants: Yochai Benkler (Harvard), Mario Biagioli (UC Davis), Jonathan Eisen (UC Davis), Josh Greenberg (Sloan Foundation), Heather Joseph (SPARC), and MacKenzie Smith (UC Davis).5 – 6 pm | Bonus Session | Lightning Talks -------- This is from the "Tree of Life Blog" of Jonathan Eisen, an evolutionary biologist and Open Access advocate at the University of California, Davis. For short updates, follow me on Twitter. --------
Source: The Tree of Life - February 13, 2014 Category: Medical Scientists Authors: Jonathan Eisen Source Type: blogs

Learning what not to do…
Ali Almossawi is a young metrics engineer at Mozilla. He collaborates with the MIT media lab. He has done something quite remarkable, uplifting and useful. (And isn’t that a good thing these days.) He wrote a book called An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments. More than 500,000 people read the online version. Now there is a print version. From Amazon Here is the best part: he has published it online with open access. As in, you can look at without paying. Of course there is a donate button. The reason I share this book is that it is a beautiful collection of bad arguments. It teaches. It entertains. Mr Almossawi took h...
Source: Dr John M - February 10, 2014 Category: Cardiology Authors: Dr John Source Type: blogs

A C library for retrieving specific reactions from the BioModels database
We describe libSBMLReactionFinder, a C library for retrieving specific biochemical reactions from the curated systems biology markup language models contained in the BioModels database. The library leverages semantic annotations in the database to associate reactions with human-readable descriptions, making the reactions retrievable through simple string searches. Our goal is to provide a useful tool for quantitative modelers who seek to accelerate modeling efforts through the reuse of previously published representations of specific chemical reactions. Availability and implementation: The library is open-source and dual l...
Source: Bioinformatics - December 18, 2013 Category: Bioinformatics Authors: Neal, M. L., Galdzicki, M., Gallimore, J. T., Sauro, H. M. Tags: SYSTEMS BIOLOGY Source Type: research

Weekly Australian Health IT Links – 16th December, 2013.
Here are a few I have come across the last week or so.Note: Each link is followed by a title and a few paragraphs. For the full article click on the link above title of the article. Note also that full access to some links may require site registration or subscription payment.General CommentI think the biggest news of the week was the announcement of the revised strategy for the NBN which looks as though it will be slower and take a while longer to be delivered.On a personal note my internet experience has been dramatically improved by the addition of the Firefox extension Adblock.See here:
Source: Australian Health Information Technology - December 16, 2013 Category: Technology Consultants Authors: Dr David More MB PhD FACHI Source Type: blogs

Needed Advice For eBook Authors: Check Spelling And Grammar
When I cruise around the complaints in reviews of Amazon Kindle ebooks (books which have no physical book equivalent) the most amazing recurring complaint is bad spelling. Why amazing? It is such an easily avoidable problem. Spell checkers are ubiquitous. The Mozilla Seamonkey browser I'm typing this post in is complaining to me with jagged red underlines as I make spelling mistakes. Granted I do not always notice those red lines when trying to finish up a post so I can go to sleep. But I'm not writing a book and not trying to charge for what I'm doing. But book authors do hope to get people to spend money and then recomme...
Source: FuturePundit - November 29, 2013 Category: Health Medicine and Bioethics Commentators Authors: Randall Parker Source Type: blogs

Bayesian Network Webserver: a comprehensive tool for biological network modeling
Summary: The Bayesian Network Webserver (BNW) is a platform for comprehensive network modeling of systems genetics and other biological datasets. It allows users to quickly and seamlessly upload a dataset, learn the structure of the network model that best explains the data and use the model to understand relationships between network variables. Many datasets, including those used to create genetic network models, contain both discrete (e.g. genotype) and continuous (e.g. gene expression traits) variables, and BNW allows for modeling hybrid datasets. Users of BNW can incorporate prior knowledge during structure learning th...
Source: Bioinformatics - October 18, 2013 Category: Bioinformatics Authors: Ziebarth, J. D., Bhattacharya, A., Cui, Y. Tags: SYSTEMS BIOLOGY Source Type: research

Mozilla plan seeks to debug scientific code
Nature 501, 7468 (2013). Author: Erika Check Hayden Software experiment raises prospect of extra peer review.
Source: Nature - September 24, 2013 Category: Research Authors: Erika Check Hayden Tags: News Source Type: research

Relating genes to function: identifying enriched transcription factors using the ENCODE ChIP-Seq significance tool
We present the ENCODE ChIP-Seq Significance Tool, a flexible web application leveraging public ENCODE data to identify enriched transcription factors in a gene or transcript list for comparative analyses. Implementation: The ENCODE ChIP-Seq Significance Tool is written in JavaScript on the client side and has been tested on Google Chrome, Apple Safari and Mozilla Firefox browsers. Server-side scripts are written in PHP and leverage R and a MySQL database. The tool is available at Contact: Supplementary information: Supplementary material is available at Bioinformatics online.
Source: Bioinformatics - July 15, 2013 Category: Bioinformatics Authors: Auerbach, R. K., Chen, B., Butte, A. J. Tags: DATABASES AND ONTOLOGIES Source Type: research

On RSS Readers, Divorce and Marriage
In just a few days, Google Reader will be history.  I've used it to create over 18,000 Tweets, so yes, I will miss Google Reader.  The end has pushed me into a divorce (or maybe it's just a separation?!) — from Google.  I describe my Google divorce as kind of like when a married couple with children decide to separate … they still have to see their exes for the sake of the kids (and I still have my blogs with Google's Blogger, for now anyway), and it may be a cordial, but not quite blissful separation, but is still necessary.A number of my fellow diabetes blogging peers have already migrated from Google'...
Source: Scott's Web Log - June 28, 2013 Category: Diabetes Authors: Scott S Source Type: blogs

Binding a C library with Javascript/ #mozilla. An example with the Tabix library
In this post I'll show how to bind a C API to javascript using the mozilla/xul-runner API and the tabix library. About xpcshellXULRunner is a Mozilla runtime package. The SDK package contains xpcshell, a JavaScript Shell application that lets you run JavaScript code. "Unlike the ordinary JS shell (js), xpcshell lets the scripts running in it access the mozila technologies (XPCOM)." I've tested
Source: YOKOFAKUN - May 29, 2013 Category: Bioinformaticians Authors: Pierre Lindenbaum Source Type: blogs

Tech Now with Gina Smith: On Firefox 20, In Window Private Browsing
I'm starting's Tech Now with Gina Smith -- targeted at those who either missed the day's tech news or slept through it because, perhaps, they're on the other side of the world. What do you think? Special thanks to...
Source: I'm Gina Smith - April 3, 2013 Category: Technology Consultants Authors: Gina Tags: anewdomain Firefox 20 Mozilla News Tech Now with Gina Smith Source Type: blogs

Calculating 'crosswordiness' of answers: how to do it and what it shows us
Crossword puzzles are home to a selection of archaic and exotic words. Web developer Noah Veltman shows us how he has worked out the 'crosswordiness' of answers used in a selection of New York Times puzzles• More data journalism and data visualisations from the GuardianEvery budding crossword puzzler quickly learns that crosswords have their own strange vernacular. The need to interweave lots of words seamlessly puts vowels, short words, and unusual letter combinations at a premium, and puzzle constructors don't want to make things too easy by sticking to the familiar. The end result is that archaic, technical, and just ...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - February 4, 2013 Category: Science Tags: Crosswords United States Blogposts Language UK news Source Type: news

GS1 US Announces Keynote Speaker and Registration for GS1 Connect 2013
The GS1 Connect conference will feature a keynote from Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs, an expanded Pre-Conference Education Program, Trading Partner Roundtables, and peer networking opportunities.(PRWeb January 15, 2013)Read the full story at
Source: PRWeb: Medical Pharmaceuticals - January 16, 2013 Category: Pharmaceuticals Source Type: news