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4.6 stars out of 11 votes

Contents: Video Course
Author: Demetris Papadopoulos
Official Website: limitlesspassion.co
Price: $47.00

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Decriminatisation and legalisation

There is no doubt that many individuals think, rightly or wrongly, that private use of cannabis, if not of 'harder' drugs, is their own business and that the law should permit this freedom. The likelihood that demand can be extinguished by education or by threats appears to be zero. The autocratic implementation of laws that are not widely accepted in the community leads to violent crime, corruption in the police, and alienation of reasonable people who would otherwise be an important stabilising influence in society.

Why We Are Not Immortal Or What Is Life Anyway

Mortality is part and parcel of biologists' conception of life which goes back to Aristotle in the fourth century b.c. This conception matured materially following the days of idyllic nature, and, in the seventeenth century, some natural philosophers separated themselves from religious philosophers in order to investigate life's mechanisms.73 Later, eighteenth century nature philosophers declared their allegiance to natural law and attempted to attract acolytes to their rigorous version of life on Earth. Early nineteenth century biologists attempted to offer solutions to life's transcendent problems as well as answers to questions such as what life is doing here, where life comes from, and how it got to where it is now, if not where it is heading in the long term. At the same time, biologists entered the ranks of professional scientists, earning wages and other perquisites for their trouble. Now, at the advent of the twenty-first century, biologists have become the engineers of...

Choosing the Structure and Content of Your Report

Other than a few speeding tickets (usually on the drive from Spokane to Seattle), Mr. Smith denied legal problems. His only nonvehicular-related citation was in his college days when he was cited for disorderly conduct while causing a ruckus outside a bar with a group of his drinking buddies. He was required to pay a small fine and write a letter of apology to the business owner.

Industry Partnerships

The primary mechanisms by which the Department of Defense and other government agencies transfer technology from the military to civilian areas are industry partnerships administered through Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants, Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grants, and Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs). The SBIR Program provides up to 850,000 in early-stage research and development funding directly to small technology companies or individual entrepreneurs who form a company.

Womens participation in community fisheries

Women dominate key subsectors in fisheries (Townsend, 1998). Although the participation of women in community fisheries may be less visible than that of the men who bring in the catch, it is usually significant, whether it involves net mending, processing, marketing or catching fish. In the freshwater ornamental industry, for example, women may play an active role in the collection of fish. A study in Malawi found that about 30 per cent of fish processors along Lake Malawi are women and 21 per cent of fish farmers in the country are women (Brummett, 1994). In Bangladesh, notes White (1992), the participation of women in marketing has consistently been underestimated women's mobility has restricted their participation in the marketplace but has not necessarily constrained their activities in less visible market transactions, where they may play an entrepreneurial role. In poor rural households in countries like the Philippines,

Mohammed Abdul Hannan

There are, of course, some words for describing positive behaviors about youth, for example, pertaining to academic achievement, getting along with others, and activities relating to current or potentially successful entrepreneurship. Nevertheless, the vocabulary for depicting youth as resources to be developed (Roth, et al., 1998) is not as rich or nuanced as the one available for depicting the problematic propensities of young people (King, et al., 2004, 2005). Moreover, there have been relatively few positive indicators to which people may point in order to reflect the desirable, healthy, and valued behaviors among its children and adolescents (Lerner, 2004). This situation is changing, however.

Perspectives and Possibilities in Biomaterials Science

The field of biomaterials is a young one, with perhaps 40 years of formal history. We have come from an earlier era in which research and development in biomaterials was driven by surgeon-visionary-entrepreneurs (the surgeon hero), to the 1990s where these development activities have largely been transferred to university and industrial laboratories. We are entering an era of exciting discoveries in molecular biology, cell biology, and materials science. The old-style, empirical research driven by the urgency to address immediate patient needs (i.e., construct a device and get it into clinical use as quickly as possible) is now, more and more, being replaced by systematic, hypothesis-driven investigation by teams of engineers, basic scientists, and physicians. This approach leads to better science and better engineering, and ultimately, better medicine and patient satisfaction. Such an approach also offers the possibility to incorporate new, scientific ideas into the development of...

Market Evolution

Leading up to World War I, the chemical revolution was in full swing in Germany, where organic chemists used by-products of coal tar to synthesize dyes, such as indigo, that were costly to extract from natural sources. Germany enjoyed a virtual monopoly on the synthetic dye market. By chance, many of these dyes and their derivatives, proved to be therapeu-tically useful. As a result, several pharmaceutical companies were started, often as offshoots of large chemical production facilities. Because of Germany's expertise in the chemical industry, and its close ties with university laboratories, it became the center of pharmaceutical development. However, to attribute the modern pharmaceutical industry to German entrepre-neurship would be to ignore the numerous contributions of scientists and entrepreneurs in other countries.

United States

The United States has had a health-care system based on private insurance since the 1930s. While countries in Western Europe adopted compulsory health insurance and later national health services programs, America's entrepreneurial history and decentralized government structures made it both unlikely and difficult for a national health-care system to emerge. Furthermore, when such ideas were first discussed, American physicians fought the creation of any such system, fearing that it might place considerable power in the hands of government and thus reduce their auton-omy.2 By the middle of the twentieth century, then, when genetics was becoming a recognized medical specialty, private health-care provision in the United States was well entrenched. Clinics and hospitals that began to build genetics services did so of their own volition, without interference from the government.

Stem cells

Commons approved 366 to 174 new rules allowing scientists to derive and use stem cells from human embryos and perform experiments with nuclear transfer.68 In the United States, the National Bioethics Advisory Commission recommended easing the strictures on research utilizing human embryos and fetuses.69 President Clinton partially lifted the ban on cloning and President Bush has decided to allow research utilizing ES cells, although United States scientists will not receive support from the National Institutes of Health allowing them to cull human stem cells from the detritus of in vitro fertility clinics. Of course, entrepreneurial scientists will perform human stem-cell research, and the possibility of immortality research through stem cells will soon become global business.70

Infrastructure

With rare exceptions, scientific advances, like successful business ventures, occur over considerable time and within an environment that supports, and in some way rewards, the investigator or entrepreneur. Such a supportive infrastructure of people, business and legal processes, and financial and technical resources is a prerequisite for vigorous growth and development of the biotech sector. A supportive infrastructure generally includes favorable economic and political environments, the availability of a skilled, highly educated workforce, adequate investment capital, and innovative entrepreneurs and scientists. It also requires skilled managers who can recognize and promote the value of biotech to receptive consumers. Although a scientific discovery or innovative idea for a business venture often appears to stem from an isolated flash of insight or genius, it is usually a product of a supportive infrastructure that allows a researcher or entrepreneur to participate in ongoing...

Financing

In addition to loans, government support for biotech ranges from tax incentives to free advice for entrepreneurs and investors. In Finland, the government pays for 30 percent of research and development. The government of Portugal offers a 50 percent tax incentive for biotech companies. Biotech in the Netherlands is assisted by a five-year action plan for the life sciences. In France, the government supports biotech by interest-free loans and by allowing state paid researchers to form independent biotech companies with state-funded research. The government of Ireland heavily subsidizes the education of life scientists and fuels domestic biotech research and development through instruments such as the Foresight Fund.

South Korea

South Korea's biotech infrastructure receives good marks in information technology, fair in legal-regulatory, labor, education, and public attitude, and poor in the area of intellectual property. Korea's advantages in biotech are its experience with high technology, an efficient labor force, and a good educational infrastructure. However, experience with electronics and computers doesn't make up for lack of experience with the life sciences. There hasn't been time for the Korean educational system to train Ph.D.-level life scientists. Similarly, although there is a large talent pool of technical managers and entrepreneurs, too few have extensive accomplishments in pharmaceuticals and other biotech industries. In addition, although Korea is a member of the WTO, it doesn't fully recognize or enforce biotech patent protection laws as defined by TRIPS. Thus, many multinational pharmaceutical firms avoid research and development in South Korea, but instead view the country primarily as a...

Taiwan

It's important to note that Taiwan's government is focused on promoting biotech as a focus of business, as opposed to providing support for basic research in the life sciences. The focus on management is reflected in the educational objectives of the domestic Biotechnology Association, which include exposing technical managers and entrepreneurs from the silicon sector to the biotech industry. In this regard, Taiwan is providing a growth path for its highly trained and experienced high-tech entrepreneurs that are being squeezed out of the industry by competition from China.

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