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4 October press briefing to focus on minority recruitment to science and engineering programs

...legal primer" to help guide university counsels in interpreting the Grutter and Gratz rulings. It also describes eight "design principles" that may serve as a checklist. WHAT: Press briefing and Standing Our Ground report release WHERE: National Press Club, Washington, DC, Lisagor Room WHEN: 1:00 p.m. US ...

Newborns have ear preferences, too

...t excels at hearing pitch, or sound frequency, and interpreting music. There's an elegant, crossed-pathway of auditory neurons, or nerve cells, that link ears and sound-processing centers in the brain. The right ear auditory nerve pathway leads to the left hemisphere's auditory cortex. Therefore, the right ear r...

Innovative efforts target epigenetics, molecular imaging

...ersity in St. Louis, where one group will focus on interpreting gene expression data from polony assays on neural ... improve polony assay performance and software for interpreting polony results; Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston, which will lead studies on kinetics...

Scientists discover way to regulate the body's energy expenditure

...promising observations we do need to be careful in interpreting the results. The study was carried out in mice, which were born without RIP140, and it will be important to determine the consequences of blocking RIP140 action in adult animals." This work was supported by the Wellcome Trust and the Biot...

Pharmacogenomics could replace 'trial-and-error' with science from the human genome

... developed to assist physicians and pharmacists in interpreting genetic tests for selecting drug therapy. Finally, legal protections must be put in place to preclude the misuse of genetic information from patients. The science and technology of pharmacogenomics, which bases the choice of medications and their do...

Setting the gene expression base-line for breast cancer research

...rough study results sound a cautionary warning for interpreting microarray data from cultured cells, and may also be helpful in determining between real experimental observations and artefacts relating to in vitro cell culture. The results will also help to determine smaller and more accurate classifiers of diffe...

Southern Californians commonly misinformed about beach water quality, study finds

...eather reports. "We're all pretty comfortable with interpreting weather reports, in which information is conveyed to the public as a probability for example, there's a 30 percent chance of rain today," Grant said. "Of course, a lot of science goes into the generation of weather forecasts, and water quality forec...

Sarah Staples and Daniel Grossman win 2004 AIBS media awards

...e and confidence in tackling a difficult topic and interpreting it for readers. It explains some provocative research that challenges a biological orthodoxy." The AIBS Media Awards, given by the American Institute of Biological Sciences, were established in 1995 to recognize outstanding reporting on biology to a ...

NAFTA arbitrators in environmental case agree to formal public input, a first for trade hearings

... reopening the agreement itself, draft a statement interpreting what they mean by "expropriation" and some of the other disciplines. Such interpretive statements, already successfully deployed by NAFTA countries in other areas, are legally binding in future arbitrations, and would easily limit the aggressive str...

JGI launches community sequencing program

...1997, JGI was initially tasked with unraveling and interpreting a large complement of the human genome chromosomes 5, 16 and 19 comprising nearly 11 percent of the 3-billion-letter human genetic code. Now in its seventh year, the JGI has assembled considerable expertise and instrumentation at its Production Geno...

Rodents bred for alcohol preference live longer than rats bred for alcohol avoidance

...r health. Or both." Sinclair cautioned against interpreting these findings as proof that alcohol consumption is harm-free. "As difficult as human studies in the area are, they still give strong evidence that chronic intake of large amounts of alcohol is detrimental," he said. Hyyti concurred. "When we c...

Abandoned penguin colonies may help refine Antarctic climate studies

.... But it also helps illuminate the difficulties in interpreting the climate record. Iceberg B-15A, an enormous piece of ice that broke away from the Ross Ice Shelf in March of 2000, has caused much more ice than usual to accumulate for a number of years in eastern McMurdo Sound, essentially cutting off large Adel...

Study offers new insight into Rett Syndrome

... Health, funded this study, is cautious about over interpreting the results. "It might well be that BDNF is a crucial gene that explains some of the symptoms of Rett patients. But we can't be really sure yet." One theory this study suggests is that in Rett patients, mutations in MeCP2 impair its ability to regula...

How many fish in the sea? Census of Marine Life launches first report

...single cell organisms. Large opportunities lie in interpreting the samples already collected in Antarctic waters and in exploring the neglected cracks in the sea ice, the coastal fjords of the Canadian Archipelago and Greenland and the Eastern Siberian Shelf. A recent international expedition to the Canada Basi...

What can the genomics revolution teach us about global change?

... has made tremendous investments in sequencing and interpreting animal and plant genes for biomedical applications, many researchers are looking at genomics to help solve problems in agriculture, such as impacts of global change. Several of these international researchers will meet in Denver, CO, at the Annual Me...

Thorough, searchable database of human proteins unveiled

...de getting data much easier, but processing it and interpreting observations are now the big hurdles in laboratories. "It has remained difficult to put together a big picture of biology, to see how one set of observations intersects with and complements others," he says. "With this single database, biologists ...

More than 700 threatened species remain completely unprotected, new study shows

...d area system. However, scientists urge caution in interpreting the results of the study. "The global gap analysis should be regarded as a useful tool to guide the worldwide allocation of conservation spending, but cannot be regarded as the final word," said Ana Rodrigues, Research Fellow with CABS at CI. "More d...

Invasive marine animals get bigger

...rn-day nuisance species become successful, and for interpreting fossil evidence of changes in populations of marine animals over millions of years....

Cyclacel's biomarker technology shows that CYC202 induces cancer cells to commit suicide

...One should nevertheless be cautious about not over interpreting early indications of effectiveness from unscheduled efficacy assessments. Now that we have established a baseline for quantifying apoptosis in patients undergoing CYC202 monotherapy, we can use such biomarker techniques to assess the effects of the ...

New study suggests that women eating PCB contaminated fish are less likely to give birth to boys

...to a boy or a girl. However caution is needed when interpreting the results of this study as blood samples were taken some time after conception....

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