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Protein fishing in America: The movie

...ation."Lu's single-molecule spectroscopy technique gathers and analyzes photons emitted as single proteins interact. This raw data may not produce what we would think of as a motion picture, but for Lu it is just as good. It enables him to construct--in true sequence and in real time--the position and contin...

Spring through fall, cities are greener longer than neighboring rural regions

...instrument, aboard NASA satellites Terra and Aqua, gathers data on Earth's entire surface every one to two days. The team used "nighttime lights" data and MODIS data to determine the size of the urban areas studied. To determine the radiating effect of urban heat islands on vegetation in surrounding regions...

Stanford researchers go from heaven to Earth in 'lifeguard' test

...lood pressure monitor. Once the device gathers the information, it can either stream or download it wirelessly to the base station, which then transmits the data over the Internet to any designated computer. In February 2003, Greg Kovacs, MD, PhD, associate professor of electrical eng...

VIB presents its annual results at BIO2004 in San Francisco

.... Every year, the international biotech community gathers together at this mega-happening, which this year boasts 20,000 participants. VIB (the Flanders Interuniversity Institute for Biotechnology) is coordinating the Belgian delegation to 'BIO 2004' in San Francisco, where it will present its newly publis...

Seeing the forest for the trees: The future of environmental policy lies in interaction

...er of MSU's ESPP, a groundbreaking new effort that gathers the university's vast multidisciplinary resources to best position students, scientists and society for change and balance for the future. "Understanding the complex interactions between people and their natural and built environments requires scient...

Story tips from the Department of Energys Oak Ridge National Laboratory, February 2004

...y. The new models help explain why the white dwarf gathers the hydrogen from its companion instead of blowing off the material as it arrives. White-dwarf supernovae interest researchers because they are believed to be the stellar factories of the heavy elements such as iron, nickel and cobalt. They also have...

Nutrient-poor oceans generate their food 'hot spots'

...ments generated by the passage of equatorial waves gathers and accumulates in restricted locations what little organic matter there is. What is initially scattered wide over the ocean surface is concentrated into oases of nutrients for fish. The results provide possible clues to the question of survival of m...

Nerac.com and Infinata partner to offer BioPharm Insight(TM) Resource

...hrough Drug Marketplace TM . BioPharm Insight also gathers market research on biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, including market share information and company financials (including sales reports and R&D budgets). "As an information provider for scientists and engineers, Nerac is a perfect fit for t...

Scientists devise new 'gene silencing' strategy: Genome, biomedical research expected to flourish

...small interfering or siRNAs. A complex of proteins gathers up these RNA scraps and uses their code as a guide to search out and destroy any RNAs in the cell with a matching sequence, such as messenger RNA. Because messenger RNA serves as a template for the production of the proteins that carry out gene funct...

Brainy cameras

...ns writing and re-writing its software code as it gathers more and more data. This learning provides the camera with several useful abilities including discrimination between a man or an automobile, for example, depending on whether its been programmed to look at men, or at automobiles, explains ONR Prog...

Supercomputer paints electric landscape of cellular structures

...ass the results along to a "master processor" that gathers and processes the data. Blue Horizon completed the calculations for the equation relating to the microtubule in less than an hour using 686 processors available out of 1,152. The researchers estimated that the old method would have required at least ...

AFAR announces 189 new grants for aging research totalling $10 million

...d their careers on geriatrics or gerontology. AFAR gathers over 200 of the nation's leading scientists and physicians to rigorously review applications. For the AFAR Research Grant selection process, AFAR's National Scientific Advisory Council and its Research Committee consider hundreds of grant applicatio...

Sandia portable chemical sensor system promises new way of detecting underwater explosives

...t of the system is a concentration technology that gathers samples ona fiber and concentrates it thousands of times, making the levels large enoughto analyze. Ron assembled a team with Phil Rodacy serving as the technical lead to developthe sensor system. They miniaturized the IMS, reducing it from a commer...

Press Events At Spring Meeting

...ose approach to the planet, an array ofinstruments gathers data in an effort to determine the dynamics of the Martianatmosphere, evidence of past climates, tectonic evolution, and the possibilityof life. These results will help scientists prepare for the 1998 and 2001 Marsorbiter, lander, and rover missions....

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