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Billion-dollar global development lab seeks scientific solutions to end extreme poverty by 2030

By Jessica McMathis / April 16, 2014

The newly formed US Global Development Lab is set to offer up scientific solutions to the world’s poverty problems—and end extreme poverty by 2030.

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No question that NovaMin is effective for sensitive teeth

By / May 30, 2013

Credit: P. Wray; ACerS. I have no new insights into GlaxoSmithKline’s decision to sell its Sensodyne Repair & Protect without NovaMin as the active ingredient in the US. GSK still will not talk to me anymore, and the dentist featured in the Repair & Protect commercials still has not returned my calls. Nevertheless, I have…

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GSK drops ball with puzzling US release of Sensodyne ‘Repair & Protect’ sans 45S5 glass

By / May 12, 2013

Looking for innovative NovaMin/Bioglass active ingredient in Sensodyne Repair & Protect? US consumers will not find it in the toothpaste that just went on sale. Credit: ACerS. In the last few weeks, GlaxoSmithKline finally (and relatively quietly) began the sale of its renowned Sensodyne Repair & Protect toothpaste in the United States, and if you…

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GSK drops ball with puzzling US release of Sensodyne ‘Repair & Protect’ sans 45S5 glass

By Eileen De Guire / May 12, 2013

Looking for innovative NovaMin/Bioglass active ingredient in Sensodyne Repair & Protect? US consumers will not find it in the toothpaste that just went on sale. Credit: ACerS. In the last few weeks, GlaxoSmithKline finally (and relatively quietly) began the sale of its renowned Sensodyne Repair & Protect toothpaste in the United States, and if you…

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Hench recounts career ‘miracles’ that led to Bioglass discovery at Michigan/NW Ohio award dinner

By Eileen De Guire / April 23, 2013

Larry Hench. Credit: ACerS. Last Thursday Larry Hench (FACerS and Distinguished Life Member) was the guest of honor at the Michigan/Northwest Ohio Section and recipient of the Toledo Glass and Ceramics Award. The award was bestowed annually from 1956-1986, and after a 20-year hiatus, the section resurrected the award in 2006. Hench is emeritus professor…

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