www.oncoarendi.com Review:


OncoArendi Therapeutics | Blog - OncoArendi is a partner in a €8.3 million Horizon 2020 EU grant awarded to international ‘PRECIOUS’, OncoArendi moves into new laboratories at the University of Warsaw, OncoArendi Therapeutics announces selection of its first clinical development candidate, OncoArendi Therapeutics receives another 20 mln PLN financing, OncoArendi Therapeutics receives over 22 mln financing, OncoArendi Therapeutics has entered into a global license agreement with Yale University, Michał Sołowow invested in OncoArendi Therapeutics Sp. z o.o., Oncoarendi Therapeutics won over 25.5 million zloty, OncoArendi receives a grant of over 7 mln PLN for its lead drug discovery program, On June 2, 2014 OncoArendi received another grant for IP protection, Invitation to tender, OncoArendi Therapeutics has signed an exclusive agreement, OncoArendi Therapeutics has closed its angel investment round raising, OncoArendi has signed a contract agreement with the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development, The Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology has just signed, A patent application for the OAT-449, The contract was signed with the National Center for Research and Development, Funding received for the first discovery program

Country:, Europe, PL

City: 21.0362 , Poland

  • Michael S. Labrow - Makes your mousing experience better, especially if you think you don't need a mouse pad!

    I finally got a fancy MMO mouse right as I got kids and don't have time to game any more. So boo to that. Still all those buttons are useful when you map macros to them, so I've still ended up using it for work stuff. Unfortunately my wood table was tearing up the teflon feet of the mouse, so I got this as a solution, and I couldn't be happier. I have horrible memories of mouse pads from the nineties. This is thin, seems reasonably light, is flexible, hasn't fallen apart in five months of use, doesn't really show off all the dead skin from my wrist, is humongous without feeling humongous, and the mouse just glides across it. If you are like me and gave up on mouse pads once they moved from balls to lasers, I'd suggest taking a look at this, it really does make a difference

  • Bonnie - cannot get it to work

    I bought, downloaded and installed publisher and it is not working. I have no way to contact amazon or microsoft support to get it to work. The only options I have when trying to use it are, add or remove features, repair, remove, add product key and not one of them seems to fix the problem. I downloaded and installed it so not sure why I cannot pull up the program to use it.

  • Lona Dowling - vitamins

    great vitamins, easy to take and makes you feel wonderful. Have been using for over one year. cost is reasonable.

  • D. Birney - Works pretty good

    The 1-3 setting (has 5) is nothing to very mild, 4 & 5 seem to be where you start to feel the stimulation and relief of pain. I have 2 herniated discs L4 & L5 and see a chiropractor regularly. This helps in addition and I do recommend it. Just don't try to compare it to the ones in the physical therapy office that cost like 1,000 's of dollars as there's is alot more powerful. Still this is a good little helper.