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AChemS: Cutting edge research in taste, smell, & chemical irritation

...y, its ability to grow new nerve cells. The guest lecture by Dr. Arturo Alvarez-Buylla, from the University of California San Francisco, is titled "Why New Neurons in The Adult Olfactory Bulb?" Among the presentations are six, special-subject symposia (for details see Program Listing ). For more informat...

Pioneering flu researcher wins major Imperial scientific award

...ch was launched in 2003. He will deliver his prize lecture at Imperial on 16 March. Funded by the Kohn Founda... Imperial's Rector Sir Richard Sykes followed by a lecture delivered by Sir John on the 'Mechanism of Influenza Virus Infection'. Dr Ralph Kohn of the Kohn Fo...

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: Research at the Interface of Biochemistry and Human Health

...B Digital Library. AWARD LECTURES The opening lecture on Saturday, June 12, is by Robert J. Lefkowitz, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Duke University Medical Center, and the winner of the first annual Herbert Tabor/Journal of Biological Chemistry Lectureship. The award honors ASBMB member Lefkowitz f...

Tony Hunter and Raymond N. DuBois awarded Landon-AACR Prizes for Cancer Research

...d cash award of $200,000 and presents a scientific lecture at the AACR Annual Meeting, held this year from March 27-31 in Orlando, Florida. This year's winners are: Tony Hunter, Ph.D., professor of molecular and cell biology at The Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, Calif., who has been awa...

Experimental Biology 2004 - Translating the Genome

... and aspects of exercise physiology. A historical lecture commemorates the centennial of Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov's 1904 Nobel Prize. Among the APS's 14 distinguished lecturers are Peter Agre, winner of the 2003 Nobel Prize for discoveries concerning channels in cell membranes, and Paul Greengard, ...

Pioneer in the genetics of programmed cell death honored

...standing of cancer. Korsmeyer will give an award lecture at the 95th AACR Annual Meeting in Orlando, Fla., March 27-31, 2004. His talk, entitled "Gateways to Apoptosis," will be at noon on Sunday, March 28, in Hall E of the Orange County Convention Center. In honor of Korsmeyer, the Pezcoller Foundation ...

International science team tracks ocean predators around the globe

...nt understanding of oceanic animal migrations in a lecture titled "Hot Tuna: Electronic Tracking of Giant Bluefin Across the Open Sea," during a symposium on new approaches to marine conservation at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Seattle on Feb. 13. As...

Mind Science Foundation announces Rare Consciousness Research Awards

...ng Western scientists, "Investigating the Mind"; a lecture by UN Ambassador of Peace, Dr. Jane Goodall; a wor... (Harvard) and Dr. Rico Ainslie (UT-Austin); and a lecture on "TV Violence and Children" with Dr. John Murray (Kansas State)....

Scientists making advances in cancer prevention, detection and treatment to receive awards

...peutics and prevention. Each recipient presents a lecture at the AACR Annual Meeting. "We are privileged...translational research in molecular oncology, will lecture on "Taking Molecular Diagnostics from the Bench to the Bedside," from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m., on Tuesday...

Houston scientist named as rising star in chemistry

...vides support at Texas universities for a visiting lecture series by prominent chemists and a summer scholar research program for high school students. The Foundation also bestows the annual Welch Award in Chemistry to honor chemists across the globe for their lifetime contributions to basic research....

Stanford launches public lecture series on genomic medicine

...roject and the revolution in genomic medicine. The lecture series, titled ''Sequencing the Human Genome: What.... 20, at 4 p.m., following a 3 p.m. reception. The lecture will be presented by stem cell researcher Dr. Irving Weissman, the Karel and Avice Beekhuis Professo...

If airbags work well, then Mars landing sites can be chosen more boldly, says UB geologist

...r this technology to work. The general mood in the lecture hall was, 'Yeah, right, good luck,'" Gregg remembered. "Well, the next year, he got up to a standing-room-only crowd at a meeting of the same organization and he described all of the same steps that the Pathfinder had successfully completed on Mars. ...

ASH presents advocacy awards to Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Claude Lenfant, M.D.

...ers in hematology, exemplified by the introductory lecture he gave at ASH's first Clinical Research Training Institute in August 2003. Although he is retiring from the Institute, Dr. Lenfant plans to remain active in medicine and research by focusing his efforts on addressing the growing problem of chronic ...

College is first to be Kyoto Protocol compliant

...us plans to mark receipt of the certificate with a lecture about global warming issues. The Climate Trust is a nonprofit organization formed in 1997 in response to landmark Oregon legislation requiring new power plants to counter their global warming impact. This innovative legislation allows power plant dev...

Scientists, physicians discuss latest discoveries for stopping cancer before it starts

...and poster sessions, the conference will include a lecture by Waun Ki Hong, M.D., of The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Hong will receive the second annual AACR-Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation (CRPF) Award for Excellence in Cancer Prevention Research at the meeting, and spea...

Book shows patterns within the bell curve

...artment of Statistics. There will also be a public lecture and book-signing event at the Avid Reader bookstore, Davis, on Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m....

Cancer prevention pioneer receives AACR/Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation Award

...tional oncology meetings. He will present a major lecture entitled "Molecular-based Cancer Chemoprevention: Strategy for Impact" at the second annual AACR Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research meeting. This premier, international meeting on cancer prevention research will be held October 26-30, 2003, in...

54th Annual Arctic Science Conference highlights extreme events

...igating disasters. Special events include a public lecture by Dan O'Neill entitled "Nuclear Events: Real and Imagined" in the Westmark Gold Room Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. The Arctic Institute of North America will host a roundtable discussion Sept. 23 in the Westmark Gold Room at 8 p.m. This year's topic is "Transp...

Nominations sought for AACR scientific awards and lectureships

... AACRDeWitt S. Goodman Memorial Lectureship . This lecture was established in honor of Dr. DeWitt S. Goodman,...riend Memorial Lectureship . AACR established this lecture to recognize an individual for meritorious contributions to cancer research and for furthering the a...

Organization for Human Brain Mapping annual meeting abstract highlights

...ssions, the meeting will include a special plenary lecture by Eric Kandel, 2000 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, and a presidential symposium on integration of neuroimaging with computer modeling of brain function. The full meeting program and all of the abstracts are available on our website at ww...

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