Tag: "memorial" at biology news
Desert bees hedge their bets, wait for the wet
...a portalis, " was funded by two Theodore Roosevelt memorial
grants from the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, a predoctoral fellowship from the Smithsonian Institution, a National Science Foundation (NSF) postdoctoral research fellowship in environmental biology and an NSF research grant in...
Journal issue honors late professor
...-editor of the special issue. Contributors to the memorial
issue include colleagues from UC Davis as well as scientists from the National Institutes of Health, New York University, Oregon Health Sciences University, Virginia Tech and the Free University of Brussels, Belgium....
USGS December science picks!
...ree" takes place. At the tree, as part of a living memorial
ceremony, National Park Service rangers place a giant wreath to commemorate those lost in service to their country. Most of the largest sequoias are middle-aged, but they're still growing like teenagers. For pictures see: http://www.werc.usgs.gov/...
AIUM to honor ultrasound pioneers at its 2004 Annual Convention
...t will be Peter H. Arger, MD, who will present the memorial
lecture "Ultrasound Research: Basic to Clinical--The Entry to Future Applications." William J. Fry, MD, was a physicist with a strong interest in ultrasound in biology and medicine, whose innovative research efforts advanced the field of diagnostic s...
Veterinary Memorial Fund transforms grief into promise
...M then sends a letter of condolence announcing the memorial
to the bereaved. Then a team of private practitioners and college researchers work together to identify the kind of research that needs to be done to address urgent veterinary healthcare issues in the field, proposals are evaluated and funded, ...