All rights reserved.. African scientists ask established countries for better investment in African research The Network of African Research Academies issued a statement asking developed countries to determine training programs that could allow African students in which to stay Africa or various other developing countries in effort to curb the tide of African talent leaving the continent’s universities, CNN reports . Before next months’ meeting in Italy – which include G8 leaders plus Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa – NASAC offers asked the group for greater investment in Africa’s research infrastructure, EurActiv.com reviews.SPIRIT IV is among the largest randomized clinical trials ever carried out that compares two drug eluting stents. Dr. Stone may be the principal investigator of the SPIRIT IV trial. SPIRIT III: Four-year results from SPIRIT III will end up being presented during the Scientific Symposia starting at 1 p.m. Wednesday on, Sept. 22. SPIRIT III is a prospective, multi-center, randomized, single-blind, controlled scientific trial evaluating XIENCE V to TAXUS in 1,002 patients with each one or two de novo coronary artery lesions. Related StoriesBioresorbable vascular scaffold displays similar safety, efficacy outcomes compared to metallic stentAdministering ticagrelor in the ambulance cuts ischaemic occasions 24 hours pursuing PCIWyss Institute, UMass synergy to develop drug-device mixture for treating blood clots in stroke patientsXIENCE V USA: One-year outcomes from XIENCE V USA, including subset data, will end up being presented during the Scientific Symposia starting at 3:30 p.m.