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“Enter the Story, which will be Dante's The Divine Comedy and an original work called Apeiron, due out in June and December 2009, respectively.”
““Aristotle on Physical Necessity and the Limits of Teleological Explanation,” Apeiron 35 (2002), pp. Cameron, R.,”
““Mechanism and Teleology in Aristotle's Biology,” Apeiron 15 (1981), pp. 96-102.”
““The Ontology of Aristotle's Final Cause,” Apeiron 35 (2002), pp. 153-179.”
“Dr Hans Loibner, Chief Executive Officer at Apeiron Biologics, commented: Apeiron's substantial expertise in applied immunology and cancer immunotherapy plus Evotec's remarkable skills in high-throughput methodology are an excellent basis for the successful identification and development of novel drugs that enhance the power of the immune system to combat cancer.”
“Dr Werner Lanthaler, Chief Executive Officer of Evotec, commented: We are very pleased to start a new project with Apeiron.”
“Dr Kennedy, whose findings are published in the leading US journal Apeiron, reveals that Plato used a regular pattern of symbols, inherited from the ancient followers of”
“His findings, published in the American classics journal Apeiron, suggested Plato was not only a secret follower of Pythagoras but also shared his belief that the universe's secrets lay maths and its numbers.”
“Apeiron will get approximately $17.5 million upfront in cash and equity investments, and could receive as much as $330 million in developmental milestones plus royalties on any future sales.”
“Apeiron achieved this major success without prior Venture Capital financing, but only with individual private investors.”
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