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High profile publications in biology and biochemistry on rise at UH

...stitutions, countries and journals. Users include government policy makers, university and corporate research administrators, analysts, researchers and information specialists in government, academia, industry, publishing, financial services and research foundations. In an interview with Stuart Dryer, chair ...

Only half of recalled meat and poultry is recovered, study finds

...regulations when it comes to recalls, allowing the government to more easily require a company to recall a food product. "Right now, the USDA (U.S. Department of Agriculture) just asks a company if it made contact with retail outlets which distributed a product," Hooker said. "There's very little follow-up. If ...

DELTA mission and ESA astronaut dock with ISS

...he winners of a competition organised by the Dutch government through the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sci...the same time as Andr Kuipers in space. The Dutch government is the sponsor of the mission through the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and the Ministr...

Research bank makes good use of umbilical cords

...ons placed on embryonic stems cells by the federal government and some state governments often make it difficult to use these cells in scientific investigations. However, cord blood stem cells are not subject to these same restrictions. The umbilical cord is rich in hematopoietic stem cells, which can produce ...

A blueprint for US national ocean policy for the 21st Century

...nvironmental organizations, industry, citizens and government officials, as well as receiving written testimony from countless others. It was the most comprehensive and thorough review ever conducted of our nation's oceans and coasts. After significant thought, careful deliberations and the consideration of a ...

HHMI commits more than $30 million to help reverse brain drain, beat infectious diseases

...in 2003. Ugandan Thomas Egwang is working with his government to improve science education throughout Uganda....

East Asian governments urged to harness market forces to improve environment, save money

...like Malaysia, and is characterized by the role of government as a facilitator rather than provider; by a promin...information dissemination." Other examples include government websites in Thailand and Japan offering state of the environment and water quality data. "These tre...

Patagonia's coastal wildlife receive a protective boost by Argentine government

...ies recently received a protective boost, when the government of Argentina signed a comprehensive plan to safeguard its 2,000-mile coastal zone from harmful development activities, including overfishing and unregulated tourism. The agreement marks a significant milestone in sealing political commitment to the P...

Reporters from Science Magazine to receive ASM Public Communications Award

...f for Science magazine since 1995. He has covered government science policy, trends within the scientific community and current experimental results throughout Asia. Normile also has contributed to various other publications, including Popular Science, The Christian Science Monitor, and New Scientist. Enseri...

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

... the various administrations of Ecuador's national government have been characterized as just "patches," such as...and to limit further destruction. In addition, the government should acknowledge the need for health impact assessments as an integral feature of policy developme...

Comprehensive study: We know little about environmental effects on kids

...s Institute of Medicine which advises the federal government about numerous health-related topics recently convened a committee charged with examining the ethics of research involving housing and children. "We are doing experiments in people's homes, trying to learn more for the sake of our kids," Weitzman sa...

Brown earns prestigious geography award

...sor to boards studying environmental issues on the government level and in the private sector. Many of the technologies highlighted in this report are under development in the program Brown manages at ORNL, including optical control coatings for roofs, clean diesel engines, combined heat and power systems, and ...

World's largest tiger reserve declared in Myanmar

...onservation Society (WCS) announced today that the government of Myanmar has formally declared a sprawling 8,400-square-mile reserve for tigers, making it the largest protected area for these endangered big cats on earth. Called the Hukawng Valley Tiger Reserve, the Vermont-sized protected area culminates more ...

'Meeting of the minds' leads new era in fight against cancer

...attendees including leading industry, academic and government scientists, as well as clinical oncologists, students, cancer survivors, advocates and other health care professionals. Such a diverse group facilitates a cross-disciplinary exchange of new ideas and formulations of new collaborations. This year, m...

Policy review in Science calls for Bush Administration to protect wild salmon

...ries cannot be counted on to save wild salmon. The government appointed team of academic scientists including Robert Paine of the University of Washington, Ransom Myers of Dalhousie University, Simon Levin of Princeton University, Russell Lande of the University of California at San Diego, Frances James of Flor...

Study shows benefits to newborns from federal ban on insecticides

... whose use in households was banned by the federal government starting in 2000. The insecticides had been among the most commonly-used agents for residential pest control. In the study, researchers measured the levels of the two insecticides in blood drawn from the umbilical cords after delivery, both bef...

Geoenvironmental researchers to join Technium

... One small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and government organisations. The main thrust of its involvement in Technium will be to create additional companies, new jobs and significantly increase the turnover in assisted companies. Last year it set up a number of working groups to identify key concepts that...

SensorNet proposed as system to protect millions nationwide

... Nationally, the system would combine assets from government and private sectors to provide state-of-the-art se...ng remote sensors on or at existing commercial and government facilities. Critical information then can be sent simultaneously to incident management centers at t...

As obesity skyrockets, Joslin Diabetes Center urges action to stem the tide of type 2 diabetes

...evention." Dr. Kahn applauds the federal government for making its obesity campaign a priority. But much more can be done. "More restaurants both fast food and fancy food -- should re-examine their offerings as McDonald's did last week when it announced plans to eliminate its supersized offerings. T...

Rwanda's primate-rich forests now a national park

...lp of the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), the government of Rwanda has recently established Nyungwe National Park, a rich landscape that contains 13 different types of primate, along with 260 bird species, and more than 260 species of trees and shrubs. "This is an important achievement for Rwanda and for ...

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(Date:4/22/2014)... scientists have found a way to block abnormal cholesterol ... atherosclerosis, the main cause of heart attacks and strokes ... condition develops when fat builds inside blood vessels over ... reducing their ability to feed oxygen-rich blood to the ... of experiments, described April 7 in the journal ...
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