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Loyola decides to test new blood substitute in trauma patients at the scene of injury

...yola's IRB, a body responsible for the initial and continuing review and approval of the research, will oversee this study. Criteria for patients to be enrolled in the study include: patients are in a life-threatening situation requiring emergency medical intervention; currently available treatments are unsat...

Discovery of tiny microbes in ancient Greenland glacier may define limits for life on Earth

...l cells," Miteva says. "This study is part of the continuing quest by microbiologists to overcome the current limitations of our methods and to answer the big question, 'What new microbes are out there and what are they doing?'"...

Small, cold, & hungry: Ultra-small microbes from 120,000-year-old glacier ice sample

...l cells," Miteva says. "This study is part of the continuing quest by microbiologists to overcome the current limitations of our methods and to answer the big question, 'What new microbes are out there and what are they doing?' "...

Mite transmits viruses damaging to wheat

... as possible to gain cattle forage, this will be a continuing problem," Michels said. In late summer and early fall, mites easily move from maturing grasses to newly-sown wheat. The best course for the future will be varieties resistant to both the mite and the viruses, he said. Plants infected by eith...

The UV advantage

... "There are important medical consequences of this continuing rhetorical campaign of fear and exaggerated claims. There is no doubt vitamin D is the best way for the body to control abnormal cell growth which could lead to: Improved bone health and prevention of osteoporosis, osteomalacia, and rickets Reduce...

Whales, seals or men? Who stole all the fish?

...y's hunt of minke whales, and Canadian hunters are continuing their cull of harp seals, the largest for 50 years. Debates over whether such animals degrade fish stocks have raged for years. Japan and Iceland, for example, continue to press the International Whaling Commission (IWC) to allow a resumption of com...

Dramatic decline of California native frog linked to introduced trout in mountain lakes

... frog population at lakes throughout the basin, is continuing his studies of the mountain yellow-legged frog to find out how far the frogs roam, where they breed, and with whom. He has already implanted microchips in 1,200 frogs to enable easy identification, like running a bar code across a scanner, and has ou...

University of Michigan symposium charts course for the future of telemedicine

...cipate in diagnostic procedures, stay current with continuing education, or meet with other health care professionals at a distance. The symposium "Future Directions for Telemedicine" takes place May 20-22, 2004, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Participants will put a number of issues under the microscope. These includ...

National Academies news: 72 new members chosen by academy

...ountries in recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research. The election was held this morning during the business session of the 141st annual meeting of the Academy. Election to membership in the Academy is considered one of the highest honors that can be accorded a U.S. s...

Biochemist becomes 15th UT Southwestern faculty member serving on National Academy of Sciences

...trys top researchers, but also to UT Southwesterns continuing success in attracting and nurturing many of the to...fe and also is active in triggering apoptosis. His continuing research could lead not only to treatments for cancer but also to therapies targeting the abnormal c...

How do animals exposed to 24-hour light retain their wake-sleep habits?

...ing environment. This study is another step in the continuing research towards such comprehension....

Rutgers ecologists and Brooklyn Botanic Garden botanists to plan Beijing Olympics Forest Park

...acity building, which will be accomplished through continuing education courses to train the next generation of Chinese land managers in the principles of restoration ecology," says Handel. "University exchanges and scientific workshops are also being planned for sharing skills between United States and Chinese...

Gulf marine reserves given new life

... from a number of commercial anglers who supported continuing the reserves. "We're on the cusp of determining whether the obvious protection afforded by the reserves spills over into fisheries production outside of the reserve boundaries. The extra time provided through the extension in making that determinati...

The brain's flashy tale

...ht's brightness." The work is part of Sejnowski's continuing quest to unravel the complex networks of nerve cells created to handle perception, thought, language, consciousness and the other functions in the brain that make us uniquely human....

Society of Nuclear Medicine's 51st Annual Meeting June 19-23, 2004

... future of nuclear medicine, categorical seminars, continuing education courses and presentations of scientific papers. To obtain a preliminary schedule and registration information, visit www.snm.org/am/media or contact Gavin McDonald at gmcdonald@kamber.com , 202/955-1250. The Society of Nuclear Medicine i...

Warning to preserve 'unique' red squirrel from extinction

...ian squirrels are very special. However, with the continuing spread of the grey squirrels in this region we are likely to lose them. Although we applaud the current conservation efforts to build refuges for the red squirrels, we think these may not be enough. "A captive breeding programme needs to be introduc...

Chestnut trees to spread across landscape again, says Purdue scientist

... at Purdue's Horticulture Park, and as part of his continuing work to develop a blight-resistant line, he plans to inoculate these trees with the fungus to determine their degree of resistance. "By 2006, we expect to have blight-resistant chestnut seeds to release on a limited basis," Jacobs said. "In another ...

K-State uses geographic tools to track plant pathogens

...odel we've developed so far." Hutchinson is continuing the analysis and has added a geographic database of biological, climatic, and topographic data that uses algorithms created at the San Diego Supercomputing Center. That has yielded a new set of predictions that aphids might be found eventually in the...

OneWorld Health plans to form network of volunteer pharmaceutical scientists for global health

...ps to more fully mobilize scientific talent in the continuing need to fight developing world diseases." OneWorld Health currently has a roster of 15 scientists and a cadre of part-time and volunteer pharmaceutical scientists offering their expertise and support services. They work on the development of drugs ...

Survey reports fall in stem cell transplants for breast cancer

...for autologous transplants in different cancers a continuing steady increase in transplant use in neuroblastoma and Ewing's sarcoma, a stable situation in glioma, soft tissue sarcoma and germ cell tumours and an increase followed by a decrease in breast, lung and ovarian cancer. For allogenic transplants, figu...

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