Larry Stephens, who helped usher in new era of technology at AP, dies at age 71

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Every month, evaluates hundreds of PR agencies based on a variety of different categories, including: Needs Analysis (how well the firm meets the needs of clients), Industry Experience, Industry Network, Industry Knowledge, and Industry Success. Based on these categories, Expedition PR received an overall score of 97.8%. Katja Schroeder, President of Expedition PR, stated Technology is changing the way we live and work. It is the basis of innovation and a driver for socioeconomic development. Our mission is to raise awareness for innovative companies that are shaping our future in a sustainable way. As such, we are very excited to be acknowledged as one of the top PR agencies for technology companies. The agency was founded in 2009 with the goal to communicate the impact and potential positive impact of technology for business, society and the environment. The agency works with startups, non-profit organizations and large corporations on corporate and product communications programs. To see the Best Top Ten Technology Agencies ranking, click here . About Expedition PR LLC Expedition PR is an integrated communication agency that connects emerging technology companies with key influencers. Founded on the belief that technology shapes a sustainable future, the agencys mission is to increase market visibility and demand for innovative companies. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

Bio-Path Holdings Liposomal Delivery Technology Achieves Major Milestone in Development of Antisense Therapeutics

We didnt need to know anything about analog or digital just so long as Larry did. Born in Carrollton, Mo., Stephens grew up on a farm. He served in the Air Force from 1960 to 1968 as a communications specialist before joining the AP. He earned praise during his career from colleagues, supervisors and AP members all extolling his dedication, loyalty and drive. In 1993, AP President Lou Boccardi applauded Stephens on his 25 years with the company, telling Stephens that his name has become a synonym for getting it done, on time and with a smile for the member. In 1999, Stephens won the companys Gramling Spirit Award. He was honored for his three decades of service as the backbone of AP communications in Washington. A former AP Washington bureau chief, Sandy Johnson, recalled Stephens standing nearby each election night, just out of sight, with his arms crossed and poised to pounce in the event of any technological mishap. Because of Larrys diligence and IT skills, the technology never let us down, said Johnson. I always felt better knowing he was there an angel on our shoulders. Communications colleagues remembered him for his willingness to mentor and guide each new crop of AP technology staffers. He loved to teach the young techs, said Mark Olchowy, deputy director of support in Washington. He would teach anything to anybody who asked. Outside of family and work, Stephens enjoyed fishing in a creek off the Potomac River and during annual trips to Canada. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

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Bio-Path also anticipates developing liposome tumor targeting technology, representing next-generation enhancements to the Companys core liposome delivery technology. About Growth Receptor Bound protein-2 (Grb-2) The adaptor protein Growth Receptor Bound protein-2 (Grb-2) is essential to cancer cell signaling because it is utilized by oncogenic tyrosine kinases to induce cancer progression. Suppressing the function or expression of Grb-2 should interrupt its vital signaling function and have a therapeutic application in cancer. BP-100-1.01is a neutral-charge, liposome-incorporated antisense drug substance designed to inhibit Grb-2 expression. About Bio-Path Holdings, Inc. Bio-Path is a biotechnology company focused on developing therapeutic products utilizing its proprietary liposomal delivery technology designed to systemically distribute nucleic acid drugs throughout the human body with a simple intravenous transfusion. Bio-Paths lead product candidate, Liposomal Grb-2, is in a Phase I study for blood cancers and in preclinical studies for triple negative and inflammatory breast cancers. Bio-Paths second drug candidate, also a liposomal antisense drug, is ready for the clinic where it will be evaluated in lymphoma and solid tumors. Any statements that are not historical facts contained in this release are forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including Bio-Paths ability to raise needed additional capital on a timely basis in order for it to continue its operations, have success in the clinical development of its technologies, the timing of enrollment and release of data in such clinical studies and the accuracy of such data, limited patient populations of early stage clinical studies and the possibility that results from later stage clinical trials with much larger patient populations may not be consistent with earlier stage clinical trials, and such other risks which are identified in the Company's most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K and in any subsequent quarterly reports on Form 10-Q. These documents are available on request from Bio-Path Holdings or at . Bio-Path disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

SurePure's Photopurification Technology Demonstrates Sustainable Benefits to the Brewing Industry Through its Collaboration with SAB Miller

Cyclospora is a parasite that causes stomach illness. Four-hundred-sixty-seven cases have been reported in 16 states -- more than half in Iowa and Nebraska. The cases in those two states were traced to tainted salad from Mexico, but the source in the other states has not been determined, because the researchers don't have the right tools. We spoke with the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. DR. JON LAPOOK: How do you know that the parasite that's in Iowa and Nebraska is the same that's in the other states? Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control / CBS News DR. THOMAS FRIEDEN: We don't know that all the parasites are the same. Unless we can really track it down and understand it better, we can't figure out where it's coming from, and we may not be able to prevent as well as we could otherwise. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

CorSource Technology Group Expands Technical Staffing Team

Mattek-Sands has been using the glasses in practice to help her improve. (Photo: Google) In recent months, players such as Bethanie Mattek-Sands of the USA have been testing out Google glasses. None of these devices has been used in a professional match yet. "We were clear that there was an increasing amount of this data," Miller says. "Analyzing it used to take a long time. Now you have the ability to get that information back almost in real time." Different sports take different approaches to encroaching technologies. In Major League Baseball, players cannot retire to the batting cage and use video to analyze their swing during games. National Football League coaches are not permitted to use tablets to monitor defensive or offensive schemes. PGA Tour golfers cannot deploy GPS technology to measure distance. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

Arsene Wenger raises concerns about EPL's goal-line technology

The values promoted by Apple are part of the Faustian bargain of technology, which both giveth and taketh away. Jobs Zen master Kobun Chino told him that he could keep in touch with his spiritual side while running a business. So in true Zen fashion, Jobs avoided thinking of technology and spirituality in dualistic terms. But what really set him apart was his ability to educate the public about personal computing in both practical and mythic ways. The iconography of the Apple computer company, the advertisements, and the device screens of the Macintosh, iPod, iPhone, and iPad are visual expressions of Jobs imaginative marriage of spiritual science and modern technology. Apple Ads as Parables Technology ads provide parables and proverbs for navigating the complexities of the new technological order. They instruct the consumer on how to live the good life in the technological age. Like all advertising, Apples ads perform a vital educational function in consumer society. The advertisements are allegorical, rhetorical attempts to domesticate foreign and abstract concepts, making them accessible and attractive to everyday adherents. In fact, they resemble medieval morality plays in their personification of good (Mac) and evil (PC). As such, the ads contain a moral or, more explicitly, they propose a morality customized for the conditions of the age. Brett Robinson Brett T. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

"What if there are two decisions very close?'' Wenger, who has championed technology for years, responded with a more precise scenario. "The ball goes in, goes out and somebody makes a foul, and the guy wants to kick it in again,'' he said. "The referee decides in that fraction of a second to give a foul for the defender. And then suddenly it appears to be a goal and he's already decided it's a foul for the defender.'' There isn't a precise answer yet. "While it's probably going to be a small number of incidents like this, it's important we are prepared for these situations and this is what our session on Monday is going to be all about,'' Taylor said. Despite his challenging manner under the glare of the cameras, Wenger was keen to underscore his delight that technology has arrived in football to bring "justice'' to the decision-making. And he's hoping that the cameras could one day be used to rule on more than just goal-line decisions. The Premier League's attempts to introduce technology were rebuffed for years by FIFA until President Sepp Blatter reversed his opposition after England midfielder Frank Lampard was denied an obvious goal at the 2010 World Cup. FIFA is deploying GoalControl-4D, a similar system, at the World Cup in Brazil next year after it was tested at the Confederations Cup recently. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

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Portland, Ore. (PRWEB) August 09, 2013 CorSource Technology Group has announced the addition of three professionals to its technical staffing team to support the growing technical staffing recruitment needs of its independent software vendor (ISV) and small to mid-sized business IT clients. Joining the team are Joe Hammond and Stephanie Meldrum, technical recruiters; and Karen Pesznecker, senior account manager. "We are thrilled to add these dynamic individuals to our team, says Andrew Hermann, CorSource chief marketing officer. Each one has the industry experience, expertise and enthusiasm to immediately deliver on the breadth of technical staffing needs our clients require for timely and profitable products and services. Hammond has more than 11 years of experience in recruiting and account management, and Meldrum has more than 12 years of recruiting experience. Both most recently worked as technical recruiters for VanderHouwen & Associates. Pesznecker has 25 years of varied sales and account management experience, most recently with Xtreme Consulting where she was senior account manager. About CorSource Technology Group CorSource Technology Group is the leading provider of strategic consulting, development services and technical staffing that businesses need to succeed in the fast-moving, highly competitive world of software development and IT. CorSource is headquartered in Portland, Ore., with an office in San Mateo, Calif., serving SMBs and ISVs nationwide. Learn more at , and follow us on Twitter: @corsource. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

Lack of technology hampers CDC investigation of cyclospora

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