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Takeda Chemical Industries and Beth Israel Deaconess announce research agreement

...e collaboration. BIDMC and Takeda researchers will collaborate on a number of specific projects designed to elucidate the biological mechanisms of diabetes and obesity, with the overall goal of discovering novel proteins and new drug targets implicated in these life-threatening diseases. As part of the collabora...

Computer program reveals optimum microstructure for new materials

... University of New Mexico. Brinker is preparing to collaborate with Torquato to test the idea in actual materials. As fabrication techniques improve, materials scientists increasingly need such theoretical work to guide them, Brinker said. "How should we direct the self assembly? Sometimes it's not very intuiti...

RIT collaborates with IBM on genomic research

...ory for Evolutionary and Comparative Genomics will collaborate with the IBM Research Computational Biology Center, beginning with use of IBM's software tools in RIT applications. This allows RIT to deepen research across departments, from information technology to biomedical science, and partner with medical uni...

Psychiatry receives grant establishing Conte Center to study molecular and cellular mood mechanisms

...s from Harvard University and Yale University will collaborate on some of the projects....

UN Foundation & Conservation International forge $15M partnership to protect global biodiversity

...ization (UNESCO), the UN Foundation and CI seek to collaborate on the development of projects in proposed or existing natural World Heritage Sites. The partnership will enhance the impact of the World Heritage Convention, designed to work with UN member states to identify and protect sites of natural or cultura...

NIH funds new AIDS drug discovery research with $4.6 million

...sting. We are fortunate to have the opportunity to collaborate with creative scientists in industry because they can greatly leverage the value and the power of what we are doing." Arnold's project is at the core of the fourfold research program. It concentrates on reverse transcriptase (RT), the protein used ...

NSF establishes center for biophotonics at UC Davis

...ldstein said. The center's major focus will be to collaborate with industry to accelerate biophotonics technology development and deliver this new technology into the hands of health-care providers. UC Davis will be the West Coast hub for biophotonics research that business partners can use to make new, leading...

FIC announces first awards for international collaborative genetics research and training program

...bs and colleagues at Johns Hopkins University will collaborate with researchers at Peking Union Medical College a...nd colleagues at the University of Pittsburgh will collaborate with scientists at Lohia Hospital in New Delhi, India, to conduct research training in psychiatric g...

Virginia Bioinformatics Institute to decode plant devourer genomes

...ore from the DOE Joint Genome Institute (JGI) will collaborate with Tyler on this project. USDA and NSF funding was provided by those agencies' collaborative Microbial Genome Sequencing Program. DOE funds are from its Office of Biological and Environmental Research....

UMBI licenses HIV rat to Harlan

...em cells from rats. "We are extremely pleased to collaborate with the UMBI in the further development and distribution of this unique animal model to the worldwide research community. We look forward to the major contributions that it will provide to research related to combating the HIV virus," stated Jack R....

UT Southwestern named one of 10 NIH centers for 'Human Proteome Project'

...y subjects. To test the tools, Kodadek's team will collaborate with Dr. Masashi Yanagisawa, a professor of molecular genetics who discovered in 1998 that two GPCRs he was studying for appetite regulation in mice also are related to narcolepsy. Not much more is known about the biochemical underpinnings of sleep, ...

NSF awards $4.3 million to Rutgers for Maize Genome Sequencing Project

...forth Plant Sciences Center in St. Louis, who will collaborate with The Institute for Genomic Research, Rockville, Md. "This may be the most important genome research since the Human Genome Project, perhaps even more important in terms of societal implications and breaking new scientific ground," said Messing...

'OptIPuter' design for data-intensive computer wins $13.5 million NSF award

...lifornia- and Chicago-based research teams already collaborate on large-scale cluster networking projects and pla...[I-WIRE] in Illinois). Private companies will also collaborate with university researchers on the project. IBM is providing systems architecture and performance h...

NSF funds $10.2m maize gene sequencing push

...rth Center for Plant Sciences, St. Louis, who will collaborate with coworkers at The Institute for Genomic Resear...d by investigators at Rutgers University, who will collaborate with coworkers at the University of Arizona. The Rutgers University team includes international col...

Howard Hughes Medical Institute's million dollar professors

...s, biomathematicians and physician-scientists will collaborate on new courses for engineering majors and non-majors, exploring experimental medicine, human research and imaging technologies. Tim Stearns, a Stanford cell biologist and geneticist, is creating a "pre-grad" program similar to pre-med programs, to ...

No one's laughing now

...s disease. Interleukin Genetics (Nasdaq ILGN) will collaborate with Dr. Griffin and UAMS to identify possible drug treatments for persons who are at risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. "Our idea is to detect the disease as early as possible and then intervene with drug therapies or alternative treatments bef...

UT Southwestern and U.T. Dallas win NIH grant to establish first sickle cell center in Southwest

...ple, and pediatric clinics in Paris and Tyler will collaborate in clinical studies and research on this inherited red blood cell disease, which strikes one in 500 African-Americans and about 70,000 people in the United States. People with sickle cell disease have a genetic error in their hemoglobin, a component ...

UCSB ecology center to receive grant

... at NCEAS, which brings together working groups to collaborate on ecological problems including climate change and species extinction, often find that they must call all over the world to get relevant data sets for the problems they address. "Often they can locate only ten to 20 relevant data sets, but hundreds ...

Bone marrow donor cells present in muscle fibers of boy with MD years after transplant

...lace by the end of this year. "We will continue to collaborate on evaluating the tissue samples," says Weinberg. "Time will tell whether this therapy may be effective. Our hope is that bone marrow transplantation can eventually become a valuable therapy for patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy and possibly ...

New initiative will assess disease control priorities in developing countries

...ald T. Keusch, M.D., FIC Director. "The DCPP will collaborate with partners around the world to generate information for national and international policymakers as they determine their health strategies and investments." "For prevention and treatment programs to work, policymakers must have access to the best p...

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