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Me Too Drugs: R&D Innovations or Imitations?
Tanya Fogg | added on Mar 17, 2011 | United States
A “me too” drug is similar in chemical structure or has the same mechanism of action as the protype. According to the 2004 FDA report, only about one-third of the drug license application approvals over the preceding eight years were considered as ‘new’.
Wine Oxidation - a public talk
Cédric Saucier | added on Mar 17, 2011 | Canada
Chemistry seminar on Wine oxidation at UBC OKanagan (March 25th, Room UNC 200) by Dr A.L Waterhouse, California, USA.
Celebration in Dibrugarh, India
Rahul Kar | added on Mar 17, 2011 | India
Our activities would include popular talks, science quiz competition, essay writing competition, poster presentation and laboratory visit for school children.
Spanish Commemorative Coin for the International Year of Chemistry
Concepció Roca | added on Mar 16, 2011 | Spain
In response to a request from the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry, member of Foro QUÍMICA y SOCIEDAD, the “Real Casa de la Moneda” minted a new collector coin whose legends and motifs are dedicated to the International Year of Chemistry and the centennial of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Marie Curie.
Science Hideout Chemistry Website
Dean Jarois | added on Mar 16, 2011 | United States
www.Sciencehideout.net is dedicated to chemical education. It is a family friendly, safe environment to learn about chemistry and watch videos on experiments.