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Dinosaur Tooth Enamel: A Key To Investigating Ancient Climate On Land
...ted October 28 at the Geological Society ofAmerica national
meeting in Toronto, Henry Fricke, a NationalScience Foundation postdoctoral fellow working at the GeophysicalLaboratory, Raymond Rogers, a paleontologist from MacalesterCollege, and Douglas Rumble, a Geophysical Laboratory staffmember, presented the ...
AAAS Annual Meeting And Science Innovation Exposition
...microbial pathogenesis and pathogen discovery, and national
policy. For the complete online program, click here . Newsroom Registration To register in the newsroom, go to the onsite newsroom headquarters in the Anaheim Hilton, Fourth Floor, Room Laguna B, starting on January 21. Be sure to bring proper cr...
University Of Hawaii, Berkeley Launch Marine Bioproduct Initiative
...economic development organizations in Hawaii andto national
laboratories and industries." MarBEC has a critica...onal Year of the Ocean, and the timehas come for a national
effort that will bring benefits to Hawaii, Californiaand the rest of the nation." Adds Zaborsky: "M...
Calcium Channel Blocker Slows Hardening Of Arteries In Some Key Arteries, But Not Others
...epidemiology atWake Forest, who headed the study's national
data coordinating center. But, Pitt, a pro...rman of public health sciences at Wake Forestand a national
co-chairman of the study, noted, "This reduction in angina is aknown symptomatic effect of amlodipin...
LSU Agricultural Center Researchers Develop Termite Detection System
...-scale testing. "We're negotiating with a national
laboratory now to develop a device toapply the technology," Henderson says. "With an agreement in place, it wouldtake about a year to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of the system."...
Swedenvironment No. 3 Highlights
...the indicators can be included already in the 1999 national
budget statement. Men Make More "Green" Choices Nine out of ten shoppers state that they make a conscious effort tobuy eco-labelled products - and it is men who are responsible for the upward trend. Integrated Product Policy Needs Better Eco-Label...
Exotic Species, Migratory Birds, Sea Level Rise, Wetlands, And Contaminants...USGS Scientists Discuss Innovative Chesapeake Bay Restoration Studies
...he changes. The USGS role in sea-level research is national
in scope and ranges from remote sensing and geologic mapping of wetlands to studies of coastal erosion and evidence of older shorelines in the geologic record. In the Chesapeake region, the effort is focused on reconstructing the detailed pattern of ...
Russia Has Designs On Its Astronauts' Used Underwear
... up to a decade. Many of the strains are stored in national
andinternational collections. The researchers aim to have the complete microbialdisposal unit ready by 2017, when Russia hopes to launch its first crewedinterplanetary mission, possibly to Mars....
Virginia Tech Research Looks At The 'Human Dimensions' Of The Forest
...ding communities. The study, part of the national
research agenda to understand "humandimensions of ...he study site because it is an area ofregional and national
significance. Not only is it part of the JeffersonNational Forest, but it is also a National Recrea...
Researchers Probe New Depths In Plant Communications
...ano received somefunding from CONACyT, the Mexican national
council on scienceand technology....
Successful Hemophilia B Gene Therapy In Dogs May Justify Human Experiments
...t of pathology and laboratory medicine, is aunique national
and international medical research resource established by Dr.Kenneth M. Brinkhous, professor of pathology emeritus, and colleagues in thelate 1940s. Previous forms of therapy for hemophilia, such as synthetic clottingfactors, which worked in the dog...
Bacteria Becoming Increasingly Resistant To Antibiotics, But New Vaccines Are On The Horizon
...ses in the rate of antibiotic resistance is now a national
AAAS Report Attributes Majority Of Killings In Guatemala To State
...0 casesin a review of Guatemalan newspapers in the national
archives for the 36-yearperiod; another 4,000 cases came from documentary sources; and more than 5,000testimonies, most of which were collected directly from the CIIDH. The dataused in the analysis presented in the report are available on the Intern...
Study: Calcium Supplements Appear To Protect Against Colorectal Cancer
...reduce the risk of coloncancer, according to a new national
study. Most physicians already believecalcium supplements delay the age-related, bone-thinning condition known asosteoporosis. The study, published Thursday (Jan. 14) in the New England Journal ofMedicine, involved a four-year follow-up of 83...
Chemists To Meet March 21-25 In Anaheim
...'s largest scientific society,will hold its spring national
meeting Sunday, March 21 through Thursday, March 25,at the Anaheim convention center and nearby hotels. Findings to be discussed range from the latest research on how to treatobesity to the use of geochemicals in detecting extraterrestrial life...
Professor Will Connect With Students Live From China Dinosaur Site
...tion and has presented research findings at national
and international conferences. The all-day event will involve LaPorte students in their science classes, Hengst in China, and Dr. Brenda Buck at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. She is an expert on the geology of southwest China. ...
Global Climate Change Model Predicts Changes In U.S. Ecosystems
...modeling analysis project (VEMAP) and is affecting national
policy considerations on global warming, including...assessment products to Federal agencies for use in national
and international assessments of the impacts of global warming on natural vegetation....
Future Of West Tied To Saving, Not Extracting, The Land
...tana and Idaho) has increased 20percent, twice the national
average. One telling example of change is Kremmling, Colo., a town of about 2,000 peoplean hour's drive from Steamboat Springs. For decades, its citizens saw industriessuch as sawmills as the surest route to prosperity. But that all changed about ade...
Skeletal Muscle Yields Precursors Of Bone Cells That Form Bone When Transplanted Into Animals
...he results are beingpresented Feb. 1 at the annual national
meeting of the Orthopaedic ResearchSociety in Anaheim, Calif. "These results provide a good indication that stem cells for bone live withinmuscle," said Johnny Huard, Ph.D., assistant professor of orthopaedic surgeryand of molecular genetics and bioc...
Nationwide Study Finds HIV-Positive Women Are At High Risk For Cervical Human
In the largest study of its kind, a national
team led by a UC San Franciscoscientist has found strong new evidence that HIV-positive women run a high riskof infection with human papillomavirus (HPV), a major cause of cervical cancer.Women who already harbor the HIV virus are, on average, twice ...
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