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ASPP publishes major plant biology textbook

...nt biologists working around the world to create a boldly contemporary picture of plant biochemistry and molecular biology, integrated around the themes of compartmentation, cell reproduction, energetics, metabolism, and development. The result is an impeccably organized and visually stunning work for both ...

Warmer world will be a sicker world, say scientists

...ir ways into thelast populations of honeycreepers boldly colored songbirds that evolvedonly in Hawaii. In the 1960's mosquitoes were restricted by temperature toelevations below 2,500 feet, but warmer temperatures have allowed them tomove higher up the mountainsides. With the mosquitoes has come the spread...

New study validates criteria for safe, rapid treatment of patients with cocaine-related chest pain

...ent stays, saving millions of dollars. "This study boldly suggests that you don't have to be frightened to send patients home with cocaine-associated chest pain, provided you do certain tests first," Larkin said. "This can be reassuring to physicians and patients alike." During the hour after cocaine is use...

NSF'S 'FIBR' to mix disciplines, use breakthroughs on 5-year explorations into biology's mysteries

...-year projects. Totaling $30 million, they employ boldly creative approaches, integrate a variety of disciplines, and draw expertise from a variety of institutions to address grand challenges. The FIBR projects also draw upon recent breakthroughs in biology, such as genomics, enhanced information technolog...

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