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ORNL receives $21.7 million for DOE's Genomes to Life

...-principal investigator on the project and an ORNL corporate fellow, expanded on Zacharia's observation, saying, "High-performance computing is essential to modern high-throughput experimental biology. Genomes to Life will require even more use of high-performance data analysis, modeling and simulation methods...

NIH grants infrastructure awards for human embryonic stem cell research

...al was incorporated in Singapore in July 2000. Its corporate headquarters, together with a dedicated research and production facility, are housed within a leading Australian Medical Research Precinct. ES Cell International funds research collaborations with the Monash Institute of Reproduction and Development ...

Terminator tussle: Controversial technology needed, experts say

...inator or Frankenfoods. On the other hand you have corporate public relations departments doing massive consumer attitude research to come up with names for the products that get people to think about the products in cuddly and friendly terms. "Either way you're manipulating the issue rather than addressing i...

NIH and ES Cell International Pte. Ltd sign International Stem Cell Research Agreement

...al was incorporated in Singapore in July 2000. Its corporate headquarters, together with a dedicated research and production facility, are housed within a leading Australian Medical Research Precinct. ES Cell International funds research collaborations with the Monash Institute of Reproduction and Development...

Designer animals made easy

... have also begun collaborations with about a dozen corporate partners that will test the technique in goats, cows and pigs. So far, however, no details of the company's experiments have been published, and it could be months before its claims can be independently verified. Other scientists say that the company...

'Mercury sunrise' phenomenon found in Antarctica

...the other study, Steve Lindberg, Ph.D., a research corporate fellow at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee presents the first evidence of how this phenomenon leads to elevated mercury accumulation in snow, as measured at the NOAA Climate Monitoring and Diagnostic Laboratory in Barrow, Alaska. Canadi...

Research institutions, NCSA, HP join Gelato Federation

... in Gelato is open to all academic, government and corporate entities. New members are eligible to have representatives on Gelatos governing strategy council. Gelato also plans to actively seek collaboration with other open source organizations and individual contributors. NCSA and Groupe ESIEE will build and ...

Ecologist Gretchen Daily advocates saving the planet by making conservation profitable

... about global warming. Calling for a rethinking of corporate responsibility, Browne announced a $1 billion comp...ational and the Pew Charitable Trusts are forming corporate alliances that simultaneously protect ecosystems and enhance the companys bottom line. We could pret...

LabNotes -- research highlights from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

...nclude bank vaults, hospital medicine cabinets and corporate filing cabinets containing intellectual property. PNNL is interested in working with industry to commercialize the system. Problems with pesticides? No kidding Children are exposed to an increasing number of health-threatening chemicals widely use...

Access to healthy foods limited in poor neighborhoods

...as been affected by economic policies that support corporate retail chains, public- and private-sector loan policies that favor home ownership for white Americans and land use policies that facilitate development of predominately wealthy and white suburban neighborhoods, they say....

AAAS jobs survey shows continuing salary growth in the life sciences sector, but women still earn less

... should prove useful to university administrators, corporate personnel directors and others working to improve recruitment and retention of U.S. life scientists. An analysis of the findings, included in the 12 October issue of the AAAS weekly journal, Science, describes the survey as "the largest and most c...

ESA announces award winners for 2001

...g on input from the scientific, environmental, and corporate communities, the Forest Project Team strives to balance environmental and economic needs. Honorary Member Award Madhav Gadgil The Honorary Award is given annually to a distinguished ecologist who has made exceptional contributions to ecology and whos...

Nonprofits, corporations can collaborate to improve environmental management

CHAPEL HILL -- A new breed of nonprofit and corporate leader is trading tension and distrust for collaboration to improve corporate environmental practices in significant and lasting ways, researchers at the University of North Caro...

ORNL technology puts power of lab into the field

... chemical or compound. Vo-Dinh, a group leader and corporate fellow in the Life Sciences Division, expects the instrument to be useful for environmental monitoring, medical diagnostics, health protection, food inspection, law enforcement and military applications. "Instead of taking a sample and having to send...

Janet Ginsburg receives microbiology communications award

... produced a major book based on one of the largest corporate photography collections in the world for ABN AMRO/ LaSalle National Bank in Chicago. She pursues her deep interests in environmental issues by working as a volunteer Streamleader, collecting data on rivers near her home, for the Illinois Department ...

Bilbies invade central Australia

...alia has won a prestigious award - for environment corporate citizenship and environmental achievements. It is a fitting recognition, because the project brings together a large range of dedicated players, all combining their skills to restore a huge section of desert country and re-establish the native anima...

AFAR launches new aging research website Infoaging.org, new Yankelovich poll supports need for aging information

... Infoaging.org's advisory board. "We welcome the corporate support of companies truly committed to informing and educating the general public about aging," Ms. Lederman said. "The number of Americans age 65 and older will double, from 35 million currently to more than 70 million in the next 30 years," Ms...

First-ever Technology Transfer Fair featured at ACS National Meeting

Government, corporate and university innovators speak Representatives from more than 20 organizations will discuss their latest technology innovations at the Technology Transfer Fair, to be held August 21-22, as part of the 220th national meeting of the American Chemic...

AAAS seeks entries for online category in Science Journalism Awards

...nd online-only online sites. Articles written for corporate sites do not qualify. Online articles with parallel print broadcast editions should explain how the online version differs from or enhances the coverage and submitted materials should show the site did more than replay the story. Online entrants ma...

PRAECIS announces positive results for abarelix depot-M in two pivotal Phase III clinical trials

...AECIS is developing this product globally with its corporate collaborators. These two studies, which included 520 prostate cancer patients, showed the intended benefits of abarelix depot-M when compared head to head with leuprolide acetate depot or leuprolide acetate depot and bicalutamide, two drugs commonly...

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