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Computer Simulation To Predict Forest Fires

...Bruce D. Malamud, a Fulbright Scholar and visiting lecturer in geology at Cornell, and Gleb Morein, a Cornell graduate student, built their computer model of forest fires and analyzed data sets from a number of forests and wildfires from around the world, including Yellowstone National Park. Until 1972 Yel...

Pediatric Academic Societies Report Progress In Children's Health

...ic Health, headed by Dr.Steven Gortmaker, a senior lecturer in the Department of Health and SocialBehavior. Planet Health was tested in a two-year, randomized, controlled fieldtrial in 10 Massachusetts public schools. It was effective in girls; for boys,however, there was no difference in the prevalence of ...

Tinkertoy Robot Shows How Humans Walk

...ughts about how humans walk. Michael J. Coleman, a lecturer in mechanical engineering at Cornell, says the little walker, by using gravity on a gentle slope "performs repeatable, chattering, human-like stable steps without falling over." Says Coleman, who earned his doctorate in February, "We believe this is...

Engineering, Math Shows Short-Legged Human Ancestors Were Very Efficient At Strolling Through Their World

...a University of Washington doctoral candidate and lecturer in anthropology, who will present evidence Thursday morning at the annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology in Salt Lake City that "Lucy was beautifully equipped to deal with her world" 3.2 million years ago. Lucy is the n...

Harvard Medical School Researchers Present Atomic Structure Of DNA-Replicating Enzyme Widely Used In DNA Sequencing

...uest. Theother researchers on this project include lecturer Stanley Tabor, who figuredout the biochemical conditions to enable crystallography, postdoctoral fellowSylvie Doublié, who produced the crystal structure, and Alexander Long, atechnician....

Chlamydia Vaccine Developed At UMass

... September, and his colleague, Elizabeth Stuart, a lecturer in microbiology. The work was done in conjunction ...search involving this vaccine. Stuart is a lecturer in the microbiology department, where she teaches graduate-level courses in infection and immunity, ...

Scientists Use IGF-I To Grow New Membranes Around Neurons

...meeting here today (Oct. 27). James W. Russell , lecturer in neurology at the U-M Medical School, is a co-investigator on the project. Because they stimulate growth of nerves, bone and muscle tissue, growth factors have been the subject of intensive research for the past decade. Scientists believe understa...

UC Berkeley, U.S.G.S. Scientists Discover Microscopic Invader Of San Francisco Bay, The First Known Marine Microbe Invader Of U.S. Waters

...ay. At about the same time Sloan, a geologist and lecturer emerita in environmental sciences at UC Berkeley, also found it in samples taken further north in Marin County waters. Sloan and McGann then looked at many sediment samples collected in earlier years from the bay, to see if they could determine when ...

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