The American Society for Exosomes and Microvesicles (ASEMV) is an association of researchers in the bio-sciences. Their particular field is yielding new knowledge of special importance in medicine. Representing the collective talent of world-leading experts and institutions, ASEMV approached us for support services relating to their core mission and activities.
The reigning monarchs of Hawaiʻi established the Cathedral of St. Andrew in 1862. It serves a multi-cultural community from its setting near Iolani Palace on the island of Oʻahu. It was imperative (a) to help both parishioners and island visitors choose from a multitude of services, events, and announcements, and
h2oIQ.org reports on water news and related issues. It focuses almost entirely on North America. The all-volunteer site’s operator, perhaps naively, believe water is so fundamental to life and liberty that it should be a non-political cause. They cite the traditional Native American stance of always considering the coming generations,