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Next Challenge Announced for the Pistoia Alliance Deep Learning Hackathon

We are delighted to announce the next of our partner challenges for the hackathon. These challenges are designed to show … The post Next Challenge Announced for the Pistoia Alliance Deep Learning Hackathon appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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The Pistoia Alliance Tackles Laboratory Safety with the Launch of the Chemical Safety Library Service

Collaborative database of previously inaccessible hazardous chemical reactions improves safety for scientists carrying out experiments in the lab. The post The Pistoia Alliance Tackles Laboratory Safety with the Launch of the Chemical Safety Library Service appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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Chemical Safety Library (CSL) service released

The Pistoia Alliance announces the release of the Chemical Safety Library ( CSL) service, which allows hazardous reaction information to be captured, stored and shared. The post Chemical Safety Library (CSL) service released appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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First Challenge Announced for the Pistoia Alliance Deep Learning Hackathon

We are delighted to announce the first partner challenge for our President’s Series Hackathon. The challenges are designed to show … The post First Challenge Announced for the Pistoia Alliance Deep Learning Hackathon appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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Ontologies Mapping for more effective data integration and knowledge management: webinar recording available

The presentation and recording from the “Ontologies Mapping for more effective data integration and knowledge management” Pistoia Alliance Debates webinar held on Thursday 23rd February 2017 are available here. The post Ontologies Mapping for more effective data integration and knowledge management: webinar recording available appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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The Pistoia Alliance and Scilligence Announce HELM Web Editor

The Pistoia Alliance and Scilligence Corporation are pleased to announce the release of the HELM Web Editor which brings HELM’s industry standard biomolecular representation to the browser, greatly enhancing the deployability of the technology for its adopters. The post The Pistoia Alliance and Scilligence Announce HELM Web Editor appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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Announcing the first President’s Series – Hackathon

The Pistoia Alliance Innovation Committee is delighted to announce the first President’s Series – Hackathon over the weekend of March 25th – 26th. The post Announcing the first President’s Series – Hackathon appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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UX takeoff!

The Pistoia Alliance project on the User-Centered Design of Scientific Software has officially kicked-off with over 30 project team members. The post UX takeoff! appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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Obituary: Frank Brown

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our friend and colleague Frank Brown, Ph.D. this past Sunday, January 29th, 2017. The post Obituary: Frank Brown appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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IDMP: webinar recording available

The presentation and recording from the “IDMP: It’s all about the patient: enhancing patient safety through improved R&D information exchange” Pistoia Alliance Debates webinar held on Thursday 19th January are available here. The post IDMP: webinar recording available appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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European Conference lineup announced

We are pleased to announce the keynote speakers and panelists for our European Conference to be held in London on March 28th 2017. The post European Conference lineup announced appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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Advisory board appointed

The Pistoia Alliance has appointed an advisory board to guide its strategy and provide insight and expertise from across the industry. The post Advisory board appointed appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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Innovation in Action, December 2016

The December 2016 edition of the Pistoia Alliance newsletter, Innovation in Action, is available to download as a PDF document. The post Innovation in Action, December 2016 appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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New Projects Starting in Q4 2016

We are delighted to announce a number of new projects & early business cases that have started up during Q4 2016. The post New Projects Starting in Q4 2016 appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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Fruits from the Ontologies Mapping project

The Pistoia Alliance Ontologies Mapping project, which creates guidelines, tools and services for ontologies mapping and management in Life Science Research and Development, is reaching completion of its second phase. The post Fruits from the Ontologies Mapping project appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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Startup Stories: Medexprim and Pine Biotech

The winners of the two main prizes in our 2016 President’s Startup Challenge were interviewed by Life Sciences Network earlier this month. The post Startup Stories: Medexprim and Pine Biotech appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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CRISPR: webinar recording available

The presentation and recording from the “CRISPR: what it is, and why it is having a profound impact on human health” Pistoia Alliance Debates webinar held on Wednesday 16th November are available here. The post CRISPR: webinar recording available appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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Agenda announced for our European Conference 2017 in London

We are pleased to announce the outline agenda for our 2017 European Conference. If you’d like to attend, please register now! The post Agenda announced for our European Conference 2017 in London appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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Establishing Industry Best Practices for Working with Novel Biotherapeutic Entities

It is becoming more common for software developers to include APIs that make it easier to provide registration of chemicals and biologics from third-party applications such as electronic lab notebooks (ELNs). The post Establishing Industry Best Practices for Working with Novel Biotherapeutic Entities appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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Pistoia Alliance weighs in on FT Editorial

The Pistoia Alliance contributed its opinions in an editorial on microbiomics in the FT on November 6th. The post Pistoia Alliance weighs in on FT Editorial appeared first on Pistoia Alliance.
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Database of hazardous reactions launched allows scientists to submit and search for safety information not publicly cataloged elsewhere

Enlarge A screen shot of a reaction entry in the Chemical Safety Library. Credit: Pistoia AllianceA nonprofit group today released a database tool chemists can use to share information about hazardous chemical reactions. Called the Chemical Safety Library, the tool was developed by a group that included representatives from pharmaceutical companies and academic institutions. A...
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Vermont Chemicals Management Bill Extends to Consumer Products

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(PAINT.ORG) Legislation seeking to significantly broaden chemicals management has been introduced in the Vermont House of Representatives.  H.268, An Act Relating to the Regulation of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Materials, was introduced on Feb. 14, and would revise Vermont’s chemical reporting law, including requiring reporting of all consumer products. The bill would create an electronic registry...
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EPA Stays the Effective Date of New Risk Management Program (RMP) Rule

EPA Stays the Effective Date of New Risk Management Program (RMP) Rule

Michael Best & Friedrich LLP: The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has decided to temporarily stay the effective date of its Risk Management Program Rule (RMP Rule), which was slated to become effective on March 14, 2017. The RMP Rule is an amendment to the EPA’s Accidental Release Prevention Requirements for Risk Management...
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Radioactive boars are running rampant in Japanese towns six years after Fukushima

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As of February 13, 123,168 people from the three hardest-hit prefectures – Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima – remained displaced, including 39,598 Fukushima residents now living outside the prefecture due to the nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant, the world’s most serious nuclear incident since the 1986 Chernobyl crisis. As you can see...
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Green Groups Petition EPA to Overhaul CAFO Regulations

Green Groups Petition EPA to Overhaul CAFO Regulations

Michael Best & Friedrich LLP: In a wide ranging, 58-page petition criticizing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) (and various state counterpart agencies’) approach to the regulation of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) under the Clean Water Act, nearly three dozen NGOs filed a petition on March 8, 2017 urging EPA to undertake comprehensive rulemaking to substantially...
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BPA-free? Substitutions mimic hormones on breast cancer cells.

Six popular BPA alternatives all mimic estrogen in breast cancer cells; three of them more so than BPA itself, according to new research.
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Trump takes steps toward undoing Obama’s auto emissions limits.

President Donald Trump will tap the brakes Wednesday on the Obama administration’s tightening of future vehicle emissions limits, in yet another strike at his predecessor’s energy and climate agenda.
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Bald eagle population threatened by lead poisoning, US scientists warn.

The famous bird has rebounded across America, but many fear that progress is threatened by lead ammunition that ends up in carrion the eagles eat.
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‘Countless lives at stake’ warn NGOs as hunger in east Africa prompts major appeal.

A major appeal is being launched on Wednesday to help more than 16 million people facing hunger in east Africa.
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No cancer risk to using glyphosate weedkiller, says EU watchdog.

A controversial chemical used in Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller has been judged safe for public use by the European Chemical Agency.
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In a world first, a New Zealand river will be recognized as a person.
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As our lifespans have increased, so too have our active years. Can that go on?
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Myanmar’s jade mines may yield great wealth—but they leave a long trail of death.
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Delhi's residents choke on the air they breathe as pollution levels reach an all-time high.

The city of Delhi is choking, and there’s no end—or much else—in sight.
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According to the study published in the U.S. journal Science Advances, the findings may provide some clues why China’s smog problem has failed to ease despite cuts in pollution-causing emissions.
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Climate change is already harming Americans’ health, a report released Wednesday by the Medical Society Consortium on Climate & Health, which represents more than half of the country’s doctors, found.
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Because climate research also helps farmers be more productive, funding could continue under the Trump administration.
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Interior Department budget could be slashed by 12 percent.

The Interior Department’s budget would be slashed by nearly $2 billion compared with last year’s budget, according to a proposed spending plan from the Trump White House.
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Comfortable clothes are emerging as a source of plastic that’s increasingly ending up in the oceans and potentially contaminating seafood, according to Gulf Coast researchers launching a two-year study of microscopic plastics in the waters from south Texas to the Florida Keys.
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Scientists crowdsource work on declining western Aleutian Islands Steller sea lion population.

The Steller sea lion population in the westernmost Aleutian Islands fell 94 percent over three decades.
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'Billion tree tsunami' surges across northern Pakistan.

Years of tree felling reduced Pakistan’s forests to under 2 percent of its land area. A planting project backed by cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan aims to turn around deforestation.
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White House proposes reviving Yucca Mountain nuclear waste site.

The White House’s fiscal 2018 budget plan for the U.S. Department of Energy includes $120 million to restart licensing for the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump in Nevada, a project stalled for years by lawsuits and local opposition.
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Canadians with cystic fibrosis live 10 years longer than Americans with the disease.

Canadians with cystic fibrosis survive on average more than 10 years longer than Americans with the disease. Health insurance differences may be why.
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Free Cheerios wildflower seeds could help save dying bees.

The cereal brand Cheerios hopes to plant 100 million wildflower seeds this year, boosting the population of endangered bumble bees.
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Big win for automakers as Trump orders fuel economy standards review.

President Donald Trump on Wednesday ordered a review of tough U.S. vehicle fuel-efficiency standards put in place by the Obama administration, handing a victory to auto industry executives and provoking criticism from Democrats and environmental groups.
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Sierra snowpack: As world’s climate warms, California’s most important water source becomes less reliable.

This winter’s bumper crop of snow — on the heels of the worst drought in 500 years — underscores the threat to this central source of water for western Nevada County and most of California.
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The Saudi city that's shunning oil.

The world’s most petroleum-dependent country is building a city that will operate without revenue from it.
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As the planet gets hotter, some mammals may get smaller.

And it turns out that the amount they shrink is directly related to how hot the planet gets.
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Trump seeks input from US energy companies on Paris climate pact.

President Trump’s administration has been contacting U.S. energy companies to ask them about their views on the U.N. global climate accord, according to two sources with knowledge of the effort.
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17 Republicans back resolution urging action on warming.

The Republican climate resolution that jump-started a conversation on global warming ahead of Pope Francis’ 2015 visit to Capitol Hill is back.
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