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Invasive Weeds Pose Major Threat To American Landscape

...t, to help us control the invadersthat are already here and prevent future invasions,? Babbitt continued. ?Peopleare carrying plants or their seeds from the far reaches of the globe into everycorner of our nation to compete with -- often to destroy-- the wonderful varietythat nature once gave us.? Ov...

High-Altitude Cerebral Edema Likely Caused By Leaks In Blood-Brain Barrier

...a specialist in hypoxia, will present the findings here today (April 28, 1998) at the 66th annual meeting of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons in Philadelphia. Krasney and colleagues in UB's Hermann Rahn Laboratory of Environmental Physiology have developed an animal model using she...

Rice Names Matthews Dean Of Natural Sciences

... whom I've worked very closely during my time here and I've always been impressed with her ability, wisdom, tact and effectiveness. I think she's perfectly suited for the job. She is one of our very best teachers, she's one of our most productive and original re...

Biosphere Lessons Can Be Applied To Space, Former Crew Co-Captain Says

...esearch Group of theWorld Federation of Neurology here today. The meeting is being coordinated bythe Stroke Research Center of the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. Biosphere 2 was sealed and open only to sunlight. The structure hadsystems that provided water, food, air regeneration,...

Very Fruitful Collaboration Between French And German Scientists Yields Unusual Insights Into The Structure Of Membrane Proteins

...of the central retinal. It was shown here that protein atoms move in potential wells of different shapes and temperature characteristics, depending on their location in the structure. The EINS experiments have proven to be sufficiently sensitive to quantify this dyn...

ASU Scientists Join NASA Astrobiology Institute

...r system, to the fossil record of ancientlife both here on Earth and on other bodies in the solar system, ...s," Cronin notes. "There will be courses generated here in life in theuniverse, origins of life, planetary science and so on. There will be a seminar series...

Duke Researchers Finds That Moderate Caffeine Use Boosts Blood Pressure, Potential For Heart Disease

...ity, Lane said. "The relevant message here is that the more caffeine you consume duringthe day in coffee, tea or soft drinks, the higher your blood pressure is likelyto be," Lane said. "Over many years, this increase in blood pressure mayheighten your risk of suffering a heart attack or strok...

Hopkins Scientists Clock The Speed Of Comprehension

...tivities we tested," says Hart. "Applying current here as wepresented the patient with a new test could cause problems in understanding whatobjects are; misinterpretations of verbs, colors, or shapes; and word-findingdifficulties in spontaneous speech." Hart says the finding suggests that there m...

Protecting the Beat Of Life: Test Center Studies Interaction Between Pacemakers & Electronic Article Surveillance Systems

... Woody, manager of the test center. "What'sunique here is that the manufacturers of the energy source and themanufacturers of the medical devices are cooperating to set up and use atest center that benefits both groups." Support to set up the test center came from the InternationalElectronic Article Sur...

New Method To Detect Metals Could Help Scientists

...closer to being easily detected. Researchpresented here today at the Great Lakes Regional Meeting of the AmericanChemical Society, the world's largest scientific society, explains a newtechnique to measure free metal ions more quickly and accurately than everbefore. This process of measurement is seen as ...

Interleukin-12 Helps Control Mycobacterium Avium Infection

...ned treatment is an approach thatallows clinicians here at NIH to test the antimicrobial functions of IL-12 inAIDS patients without compromising standard practice." NIAID supports biomedical research to prevent, diagnose and treat illnesses suchas AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, asthma and allergies. NIH is...

University Of Georgia Researchers Help Design Decision Support System For Forest Managers And Owners

...he problems continues on abroad front. Researchers here are designing an FMAS-like system for three majorGeorgia tree species, loblolly, slash and longleaf pine. They are also workingwith scientists at the Forest Service's Southeast Forest Experiment Station andthe Coweeta Hydrologic Research Laboratory i...

Study Shows Athletes Get No Kick From Nasal Strips

...mance. Results of the study were presented here today (June 5, 1998) at the American College of Sports Medicine meeting. "A lot of athletes are wearing nasal strips, and most aren't wearing them where recommended," said Frank Cerny, Ph.D., professor and chair of UB Department of Physical The...

New Gene Therapy Technique Results In Efficient Gene Delivery

...ional Academy of Sciences. "The novel thing here is that this delivery device works efficiently,which allows for the first time the possibility that we can use this approach totarget any cell type we want," says John Young, associate professor ofmicrobiology and molecular genetics. He developed the...

New Analytical Methods Indicate Higher Folic Acid Concentration In Beans And Peas

...te University, Pullman. She reported her results here today at the Northwest Regional meeting of theAmerican Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society.Folic acid reduces levels of homocysteine, an amino acid that is a risk factorfor cardiovascular disease. Folates play an important role...

Vitamin C May Reduce Angina, Heart Attack Risks

...d much. "It's clear there's something more at work here than just scarred or cloggedarteries," Frei said. "We now believe that preserving the biologicavailability of nitric oxide is very important, and that antioxidantvitamins, especially vitamin C, can play a very important role in this." Findings from s...

Increased Interest In "Smart" Materials Is Reported

...year-old science, according to a report presented here today at theNorthwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, the world's largestscientific society. Smart materials are being developed that could be used to mimic biologicsystems, notably in artificial limbs--in which they could sense a...

USDA Researchers Prepare A New Trap For The Potato Beetle

...arch Service (ARS) in Wapato,reported the findings here today at the Northwest Regional Meeting of theAmerican Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society. Insects rely primarily on their sense of smell to locate the plants on whichthey feed and lay eggs. The USDA is studying the chemical st...

New Technology Deposits Bone-Regenerating Materials On The Surface Of Implants

...wth of new bone. The new technology wasdescribed here at the Northwest Regional Meeting of the American ChemicalSociety, the world's largest scientific society. Called Surface Induced Mineralization (SIM), the technique deposits calciumphosphate coatings on the surfaces of implants made of titanium and ...

Now Chemistry Keeps Salty Taste Balanced In Smoked Fish

...Researcher Todd M. Rogers described the new method here today at the Northwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, the world'slargest scientific society. The researchers are using a machine--called a near infraredspectrophotometer--that analyzes the salt content of the fish to be proces...

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