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Dipsticks for water testing, right whale future grim, marine law center established

...bout tourism by experiencing it in a major tourist destination in Michigan; exchange ideas; share teaching techniques and experiences; enhance the national extension network to help better understand tourism development issues, and strengthen extension's capacity to deliver tourism programs and technical assista...

UIC scientists provide first images of HIV in living cells

...ey traversed the microtubular highway toward their destination in the nucleus. "They don't make a beeline for the nucleus," McDonald said. "Their progress is somewhat halting. They appear to jump from one microtubule to another, moving in a jagged path, even sometimes moving backward. But they eventually reach t...

Observing proteins and cells in the wild

...tinuously from its birth in an embryo to its final destination in an adult three and a half days later," says Jaiswal. Interestingly, the researchers discovered that they could label the cells with quantum dots using a natural process known as endocytosis, whereby cells engulf vitamins and nutrients from their o...

UCI study offers blueprint for pinpointing sources of beach water pollution

...on in Avalon, Catalina Island -- a popular tourist destination for swimming and recreational boating. By combining these methods, the researchers found that decaying sewage pipes in the downtown area adjacent to Avalon Bay had been leaking human waste into the shoreline water. As a result of this research, Avalo...

Brain imaging study sheds light on inner workings of human intelligence

... one perhaps analogous to trying to drive to a new destination and attempting to keep the directions in mind while maintaining a conversation with passengers in the car. Participants in the study were asked to do what might seem like a mental juggling act. They had to keep a list of three words or faces actively...

Receptor found that guides nerve cells to their final connecting sites

...uides the tips of these nerve cells to their final destination by preventing them from entering the wrong pathway. This mechanism appears especially important for nerve cells that extend processes across the midline to make connections on the opposite side of the nervous system, a prominent class of nerve cell...

How to make boaters slow down for manatees

...ng speed limits, such as the desire to reach their destination sooner, the fear of being fined, and pressure from groups such as family, friends and law enforcers. The researchers also assessed the boaters' knowledge of manatee conservation. The results showed that the most important component of boaters' inten...

Are you ready for Mars?

...tes relating to the arrival of Mars Express at its destination will be marked by several media events not to be missed. Pencil them into your diaries so as not to miss one of the most exciting events of the year....

Philippines: Park expansion creates nation's largest contiguous protected area

... It encompasses the Callao Cave complex a popular destination for national tourists and stretches eastward, to cover both flanks of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range. It also protects a stretch of unique coastal and marine ecosystems, rich in endangered species like whale sharks, giant clams and sea turtles. "T...

'Snowbirds' versus real birds

...eater Antilles, and central America is the annual destination of an estimated five billion migratory birds flying south each year from Canada. The species in this study is a small, migratory warbler called the American redstart. Until now, understanding how and why these migratory populations are declining has ...

Translational repression in germline development

...omplex has reached and anchored to its appropriate destination at the pole of the oocyte....

Heart and lung transplantation clinical trial results to be announced at ISHLT meeting

...rging role of ventricular assist devices (VADs) as destination therapy (as an alternative to transplantation) and their financial implications New ways of using genetic information to avoid invasive procedures in children with heart transplant rejection NOTABLE EVENTS The meeting will feature a joint sympo...

Leading science, higher-education and engineering groups urge six improvements to U.S. visa quagmire

... abroad no longer believe the United States is the destination of choice. That is a trend we need to reverse." Albert H. Teich, director of science and public policy at AAAS, noted that "science and security are not an 'either-or' proposition. We must and can have both. If we don't take action now to improve the...

NPS Pharma and VIMAC Ventures locate at MaRS, a major new research and enterprise center in Toronto

...These firms have selected MaRS as the ideal global destination to pursue research and commercial opportunities in the fast-emerging medical and related technology fields. MaRS Centre will become the primary location for NPS's research and development activities in Canada while VIMAC, a venture capital firm act...

Rutgers chemist uses NMR to elucidate protein-DNA interaction

...x structure of DNA until they reach their intended destination a specific DNA sequence. More important, they illustrated in detail how proteins single out their partner DNA out of millions of non-functional ones. To better understand the scope of the question facing researchers, consider that billio...

Molecular motor shuttles key protein in response to light

...he myosin motor and is quickly taken to its target destination within the cell," says Montell. "This explains why it moves much faster than if it just moved passively, essentially wandering to the other side of the cell." The researchers will now study mice to see if there are similar chemical controls of light ...

University of Pittsburgh medical center among first to implant heart assist device

...d and Drug Administration (FDA) for this so-called destination therapy in patients with end-stage heart failure w...s for the permanent implantation of heart pumps as destination therapy. With nearly five million Americans living with heart failure, it is estimated that as many ...

Physics gravity model applicable to disease spread

...k City or Philadelphia would be more an attractive destination than Chicago. To test their model, the researchers used British data on the childhood disease measles because British records dating from 1940 to today are relatively complete. The records show, week-by-week and community-by-community, the spread o...

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