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July 28th

BioQuick Wins Fifth Consecutive Publishing Excellence Award

BioQuick Online News(TM)( has recently been awarded an APEX 2014 Award for Publishing Excellence in the category of electronic publications. BioQuick also won prestigious APEX Publishing Excellence Awards in 2013, 2012, 2011, and 2010. BioQuick presently features over 1,500 available online articles on major life science advances in the last five years and articles of interest are readily accessible by means of a powerful search engine. BioQuick has readers in over 160 countries and includes a Japanese language edition (, directed by Yoshimitsu Obata, M.S., in Tokyo. To find out more information about BioQuick and to pursue advertising and sponsorship possibilities in this high-quality, far-reaching life science publication, please contact editor & publisher Mike O’Neill (M.A. in Immunology & Microbiology from Duke University and 15 years writing experience at Applied Biosystems) at To learn more about the highly competitive international APEX Publishing Awards, please visit the awards web site at One indicator of the overall quality of the competition is the high-quality organizations numbering among the winners. This year, these winners include the LA Times, the Washington Post, the Ford Motor Company, AARP, National Institute on Aging (NIH), Medscape from WebMD, Vanguard, American Medical Association, American Airlines, Lockheed Martin, Neurology Today, Walt Disney Company, CBS Corporation, Purdue University, American Society of Clinical Oncology, Sandia National Laboratories, Toyota Motor Sales, American Society of Plastic Surgeons, National MS Society, Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, Emergency Medicine News, Thermo Fisher Scientific, JAMA Network, U.

July 27th

BioQuick Resumes After Editor’s Illness

BioQuick Online News (TM) apologizes for its long hiatus, but it could not be helped as Editor & Publisher Mike O’Neill (photo) came down with a serious illness that required four months of intense treatment. He is fully recovered now and ready to resume production of BioQuick. We apologize to our loyal readers for this long absence, but we promise to bring BioQuick back even better than ever. You will note that the next story to be published will describe BioQuick’s winning its fifth consecutive APEX Publishing Excellence Award, a mark of notable distinction in international publishing. Photo by Jade Lewis.