Delphinus


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Around 12:20 PDT on the night of July 6-7, I again pointed the 6x30 finder of my 6-inch Optical Craftsmen reflector to the diamond of Delphinus, above the avocado tree in my parents' backyard.
Delphinus was founded as a spin out of the Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit and is capitalised through principal investments by Arboretum Ventures, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Beringea joins current Delphinus investors Arboretum Ventures and North Coast Technology Investors, as well as new investors Venture Investors, Hopen Life Science Ventures and Waycross Ventures, in the syndicate.
She has co-authored multiple publications and her research has contributed to several published manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals, Delphinus executives said.
Our approach is unique because it characterizes tissue properties throughout the entire volume of the breast and it does not require a separate exam, an additional imaging sequence, or a contrast agent, states Neb Duric, PhD, Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Delphinus.
Because each of the many diagnostic periotic bones in the assemblage is from the common dolphin, Delphinus delphis, we assume that this widespread species (genus) is the only delphinid represented.
Blubber progesterone levels were measured in biopsy samples and used to predict the pregnancy status of 507 female common dolphins (204 long-beaked common dolphins, Delphinus capensis, and 303 short-beaked common dolphins, D.
In addition to their individual species' models, short- and long-beaked common dolphins were combined into an additional Delphinus species category because the 2 species were not recognized formally as distinct until 1994 (Heyning and Perrin, 1994).
Another wee constellation, near but not in the Summer Triangle, is Delphinus, the Dolphin.
This one is also close enough to be visible to the naked eye, on the edge of the constellation Delphinus the dolphin, and is known as Nova Delphini 2013.
Washington, August 20 ( ANI ): A white-dwarf star has erupted in the constellation Delphinus and has produced a nova that is the brightest since 2007.
The firm used dummy assets to enhance the credit rating to save a deal that structured and sold Delphinus CDO 2007-1.
It is expected to file civil charges against those involved in Delphinus CDO 2007-1, a $1.
He is out of the Soviet Star mare Delphinus, a winner at three in France, making him a half-brother to 2,000 Guineas fifth and later Hong Kong Group 3 winner Saturn.