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Scientists report how protons induce water cages

...ach new water molecule. "The idea was brought to my attention by John Fenn, Yale Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering and Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry '02," said Mark Johnson, professor of chemistry and head of the Yale research team. "Fenn suggested that we might be able to crack this ...

Mexican farmers effectively cultivate phenotypic diversity in maize

...s forage quality criteria. This investigation has brought the first genetic proof that these cultivation practices, conducted on a small scale (village and region), are a key element in the evolution of maize and its diversity. In-situ conservation of so-called "farm" varieties of crop plants, following the...

DFG establishes first German-Sino Research Training Group

...le and nuclear physics, whereby physicists will be brought together with information specialists to explore particle physics, working with the most progressive design, simulation and analysis tools. In "Medial Historiographies", one of the newly established Research Training Groups in Germany, researchers at...

S.C. hospitals and universities form statewide health research collaborative

...tarting point. "The spirit of cooperation that has brought us to this point will become even more important in the weeks ahead," Sorensen said. "Today we've sent a message to the people of South Carolina, to our elected officials, and to future partners that we get it; we know what we have to do to make Sout...

Four new research centers to explore link between oceans and human health

...upport complementary sets of expertise that can be brought together in the study of oceans and human health," said Kenneth Olden, director of the NIEHS. "These federal agencies have joined forces in order to harmonize their corresponding strengths." "Oceans have become conduits for a number of environmenta...

The Hunter's Breath tells a story of adventure and discovery in Antarctica

...id. The project's popular appeal was brought home to Williams when she launched a web site for the 2001 expedition, posting weekly reports from the field. Initially aimed at primary- and secondary-school students, the site quickly attracted adult fans as well, and before long Williams was recei...

Chicken litter harbors agents that generate antibiotic multi-resistance, according to UGA study

...ced in commercial broiler houses before chicks are brought to it. By the time the flock is harvested, the shavings have become mixed with chicken feces, uric acid, skin, feathers, insects and small invertebrates. Rich in minerals, poultry litter is often recycled for fertilizer, among other uses. Wha...

Vanderbilt's John Oates wins clinical research award

...partment," Oates said. "Their commitment to it has brought strong basic science to bear on our clinical research. For the investigation of human pharmacology, this has been an ideal setting." Oates said the Vanderbilt General Clinical Research Center has been recognized as one of the leading GCRC's in the U...

Vanderbilt doctors use Viagra to treat infants with pulmonary hyptertension

...ion." Within a day of the cath-lab procedure that brought them such bad news about their son's condition, Krista and James Wilson met with Moore. Moore told them there was a drug he wanted to try right away. "Dr. Moore said it was Viagra and we were shocked," Krista said. "Actually it lightened the mood a b...

Oldest known evidence of cat taming found in Cyprus, researchers report in Science

...er. While the jawbone was evidence that humans had brought cats from the mainland, it didn't necessarily mean...ry of cat bones on Cyprus showed that human beings brought cats from the mainland to the islands, but we couldn't decide if these cats were wild or tame. With ...

Researchers make major gain in understanding how prions jump species

...ound that, when normal protein from one species is brought into contact with a minute quantity of an abnormal...cies transmissibility of the prion agent first was brought to the public eye by the epidemics of mad cow disease in the United Kingdom and rapidly growing conc...

Better techniques needed to predict earthquake hazards, UC study finds

...the variety of disciplines and expertise that were brought to bear through the multicampus-laboratory collaboration, Heuze said. "A single campus or Laboratory could not provide all the required expertise," he said. Archuleta said that while the study's results still need to be validated by additional resea...

The American Academy of Microbiology releases report

...um held in October 2002 in Longboat Key, FL, which brought together 27 scientists from academia and industry to discuss the current state of knowledge in microbial genomics. In focusing on the great potential of genomics to advance our understanding of microbial communities and ecosystems, it outlines future...

Oil exploitation in Ecuador's Amazon basin produces a 'public health emergency'

...ian court on behalf of the plaintiffs in a lawsuit brought against Texaco, an oil company that worked in Ecuador for more than 20 years; the plaintiffs are some 30,000 indigenous persons and peasants who live in the Ecuadorian Amazon. (San Sebastin was not paid for his testimony in the lawsuit). That lawsuit...

'Knock out' rose receives Texas superstar and earthkind designation

...ng garden performance in 2000. The rose was first brought to the attention of scientists by Dr. Brent Pemberton, a rose researcher with the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station at the Texas A&M University System Agricultural Research and Extension Center in Overton. "I have had it in field trials at the O...

State of the Planet 2004

...vironmental consequences of affluence that must be brought under control. Ecosystem resilience and stability, which sustains healthy human communities, must be maintained through environmentally sustainable practices in energy, food, water and health management. The scientists have therefore aimed to identif...

Researchers say US military accidentally introduced tree pathogen to Italian estate

...he introduction of pests and pathogens from lumber brought in through commercial and other sources, but there is no equivalent standard for lumber brought in by the military," said Garbelotto, who is also a UC cooperative extension specialist in forest pa...

K-State uses geographic tools to track plant pathogens

...t from Asia and being met by her family. Maybe she brought her grandkids some food delicacy like boiled soybeans. The kids gleefully peel and eat the soybeans and toss the shells out the car window on the way home. And maybe, just maybe, one or two female aphids emerged from those shells. "When you're ta...

New paclitaxel analog kills more cancer cells than natural product

...medicines. Kingston will present the research that brought the team to this point at the 227th Annual Meeting of the American Chemical Society, being held in Anaheim, Calif., March 28 through April 1, 2004. Paclitaxel, a natural compound from yew trees, is a relatively scarce resource, but synthetic forms an...

Purdue scientists: To stop cancer, keep your Icmt away from your Ras

...n both labs," Anderson said. "The Gibbs laboratory brought synthetic expertise, and the Hrycyna laboratory brought large quantities of the protein and the expertise to assay the effects of the inhibitors." Other ...

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