Advaita receives $125,000 Michigan Emerging Systems Fund award Advaita Company, a startup company predicated on technology developed at Wayne Condition University by Sorin Draghici, Ph.D., professor of pc science in the faculty of Engineering, received the final installment of a $125,000 award from the Michigan Emerging Technologies Fund program. This occurs the heels of a $2.2 million Phase II Small Business Technology Transfer grant, ‘Pathway-Guide: A Novel Tool for the Evaluation of Signaling and Metabolic Pathways,’ awarded to Advaita in 2011 by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Wellness.Abbott's sponsorship will come to life in a number of ways. Nearly 100 Abbott workers from its Wiesbaden location will arrive to encourage athletes to achieve their race-day goals. Related StoriesDiagnosing traumatic human brain injury through a bloodstream check: an interview with Dr KorleyAddressing standard of living needs in prostate tumor: an interview with Professor Louis DenisRE.Function showcases future improvements and technology in deep learning softwareAs name sponsor of the Abbott World Marathon Majors, Abbott is encouraging the sharing of health ‘best practices’ among the six races in the series. ‘Teaching for and participating in a marathon is normally a life accomplishment for many and is a great showcase for what's possible when people are in their healthiest,’ said Christian Jost, director of SCC Occasions, which organizes the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON.