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Sun Safety Ink: A Skin Cancer Prevention Program for the Tattoo Community

Rachel Eye - Monday, 23 January 2017 05:11

Approximately, 25% of American adults have a tattoo, with younger adults more likely to have tattoos than older adults. The popularity of tattoos continues to grow in the general population and particularly among members of the military.  Individuals with tattoos need to take extra precaution when exposed to the sun not only to protect themselves from harmful UVR rays but also to reduce damage to their tattoos.

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Way To Serve® Launches in Washington State!

Klein Buendel - Wednesday, 15 April 2015 11:05

Way To Serve® is the online alcohol server training program developed by scientists at the University of New Mexico, Klein Buendel, Inc., and the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE). Today, we are proud to announce the launch of Way To Serve® in Washington State!

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Sun Safety at Ski and Snowboard Schools

Klein Buendel - Thursday, 26 March 2015 03:02

Skin cancer prevention for children is important because one of the largest risk factors for developing skin cancer is lifetime exposure to ultra-violet (UV) rays. Most people get 25% of their lifetime sun exposure before they are 18 so early sun protection practices are critical.

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Way To Serve® Español Launches in New Mexico

Klein Buendel - Monday, 16 February 2015 12:35

Way To Serve®, the online alcohol server training program developed by scientists at the University of New Mexico, Klein Buendel, Inc., and the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE), has just launched Way To Serve® Español in New Mexico. Way To Serve® Españolis the first and only Spanish language alcohol server and seller training program certified by the State of New Mexico Alcohol and Gaming Division, and is now available at online.

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Commercialization Assistance Program Celebrates 10 Years

Klein Buendel - Thursday, 5 February 2015 04:42

Every year, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) awards over $750 million dollars to U.S. based small businesses through the Small Business Innovate Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. The monies granted through this program are used to conduct early stage innovative biomedical research with commercial potential. SBIR and STTR funding helps validate cutting-edge ideas through early clinical studies or prototype development.

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