Rockefeller University


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An institute of higher learning founded in 1901 as the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research on a 15-acre campus in Manhattan.
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NeoStem, a company involved in the emerging cellular therapy industry, has signed an exclusive license agreement with The Rockefeller University.
Cellular therapy company NeoStem (NasdaqCM:NBS) Thursday executed an exclusive patent license agreement with The Rockefeller University.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 11, 2014-NeoStem licenses exclusive dendritic cells patent from The Rockefeller University
In the second report, Roderick MacKinnon and Seok-Yong Lee of Rockefeller University in New York showed that another peptide from tarantula venom inhibits a different kind of channel in the same membrane-disrupting way.
designed by Wendy Evans Joseph, FAJA, for Rockefeller University, has won a 2001 Business Week/Architectural Record Award.
protection," says Titia de Lange of Rockefeller University in New York.
Agravi remarked, "The property is well-located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan proximate to New York Hospital, Rockefeller University, SloanKettering Memorial Hospital and Weil Cornell Medical College; nearby properties are well maintained by the area's educational and medical institutions.
The project is being built by The New York Hospital, Rockefeller University and The Hospital for Special Surgery as part of their obligation for the use of air rights over the FDR Drive.