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Scientists Show How Defects Can Improve Technology In Science Magazine's Special Issue On Materials Science

... is quickly increasing for powerful communications media that can transmitinformation very high rates, or "bandwidth capacities." Currently, informationtravels through glass optical fibers in the form of light waves. A. F. Garitoand colleagues summarize their own progress in improving bandwidthcapacities...

NASA Using Space Incubator To Understand Breast Cancer

...ells means putting some small number into nutrient media in a dish or a tube and letting them grow. However...e-fall in a way that allowed for maintaining fresh media and oxygenation. To solve the problem, NASA in the 1980s developed the Bioreactor (right), which ...

Adirondack Wolf Conference

...45;or email: bowerj@thehastingscenter.org . For media inquiries, contact the Museum's Communications Department at212-769-5800. For more information visit the Museum's Web page: http://www.amnh.org/education/index.html ....

Sequencing Milestone Reached By DOE Joint Genome Institute

...of the report will be available at the event). The media will also be provided with a 20-minute laboratory tour to explainJGI's sequencing program. Operating robotic systems will be activated to provideinteresting visuals for television. Participating will be Martha Krebs, the DOE's Director of the Office ...

AAAS Annual Meeting And Science Innovation Exposition

...) membership card, a business card clearly showing media affiliation and position (such as editor, writer, producer, reporter, etc.), or a letter on official letterhead from an editor of a publication or a producer of a program certifying that you are covering the conference for their respective organizati...

Nation's Leading Biomedical Researchers Present Breakthroughs in Liver Disease

...nization for liver research. AASLD encourages the media to attend the more than 500 presentations covering...technologies A press room will be available for media representatives in the Sheraton ChicagoHotel, Parlor D, on Sunday, November 8, from noon to 5 p.m. a...

Fall Meeting: Preliminary Press Conference Schedule

...ground. A panel will be on hand to help respond to media questions, butpanelists will not each make formal ...his topic, based on modeling, produced significant media interest. This year'spresentation is all new and is based on data from actual observations. 12:15 PM...

Fall Meeting: Updated Press Conference Schedule

...ssages will be taken at this number for registered media representatives and PIO's when the room is open (s...ground. A panel will be on hand to help respond to media questions. We hope to provide maximum time for journalists to put questions to the scientists. *****...

UB Stroke Researchers Develop New Technique To Measure Blood Rate-of-flow, Treat Brain Malformations

.... Granger's idea was to administer both contrast media simultaneously. Dual contrast injection allows neurosurgeons or neuroradiologists to gauge both distance and time with one intervention. He said the technique has never been used elsewhere for determining the rate of blood flow in AVMs. "The two me...

Science Announces Top Ten Research Advances Of 1998

...d by a trend towards healthier lifestyles and keen media attention paidto some of the year's research advances. Combinatorial Chemistry: In 1998 researchers continued to stretch theapplications of combinatorial chemistry far beyond the traditional realm ofpharmacology. This technique, which allows researc...

Chemists To Meet March 21-25 In Anaheim

...10,000 attendees. The meeting is open to the media and a full service press room will belocated in the Anaheim Hilton. A more complete schedule will be available from the ACS web site after January 25 and can be accessed at http://www.acs.org/meetings/anaheim . Reporters seeking to make arrangements...

Reinventing Humans Is Focus Of Virginia Tech Program

... recommended (although not required). The recent media focus on cloning of animals has alerted the general public tothe rapid pace of work now taking place in human genetic and reproductivetechnologies. New genetic-engineering procedures now permit human genes to beidentified and transferred. Researchers...

The President's Coral Reef Task Force Meets On March 5-6

...the global coral reefcrisis. As a member of the media you are invited to attend the meeting as well asparticipate in additional activities designed to give reporters a first-handlook at the problems facing coral reef ecosystems. Additionally, on March 4, prior to the CRTF meeting, the Center for MarineC...

NSB Environment Task Force To Hold "Town Hall" Meeting

...*************************************** Notify the media contact in advance to facilitate passage through security. For more information contact: Cheryl Dybas, (703) 306-1070/ cdybas@nsf.gov (media) Jean Pomeroy, (703) 306-2000/ jpomeroy@nsf.gov (non-media)...

Toxicologists To Meet March 14-18 In New Orleans

...mately 5,000 attendees. The meeting is open to the media and a media center will be located in theconvention center. A complete schedule is available on the Internet at ...

Harbor Branch Web Developers Team With ABC News To Bring Ocean Adventure To A Computer Near You

...ce as it happens." ABCNEWS.com provides tremendous media reach for @Sea® and a uniquecollaborative opportunity for Harbor Branch Oceanographic's Media Lab. Visitorsto either site will see far-away ports, exotic animals, leading-edge technology,and some of the world's most daring scientists. This very ...

Higher Levels Of Protein May Predict Heart Disease

...cientists call the "metabolicsyndrome"and that the media often term "Syndrome X" may be associated with a low-levelinflammatory reaction that predicts cardiovascular disease, a Wake ForestUniversity scientist reported at an American Heart Association meeting inOrlando. Results from a major nation...

First North Americans Had Chance To Be Avid Birders

...Note to Editors and Producers: To see and download media quality images ofBeringian bird fossils and zooarcheologist Darlene McCuaig-Balkwill at work,visit the Canadian Museum of Nature's website atwww.nature.ca/English/whtsnewe.htm This research was possible thanks to the support of the Polar Continental ...

1999 Spring Meeting: Information For Media Representatives

...ay following Memorial Day), will be thebusiest for media representatives, and it starts early! If you are c...ss Room, Briefing Room, and eventsspecifically for media representatives. No one will be admitted without a validbadge. Eligibility for press registration i...

Genetics Open Day

...man Genome ? Intellectual property and the role of media in genetics A meeting for media, scientists and th...EMBO have called aGenetics Open Day to discuss the media coverage of social, ethical and legalissues raised by the patenting of human DNA sequences in public...

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