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Brown and MBL create an alliance for teaching and research
...ss to an expanded set of research facilities and a network
of field research sites that spans the globe." Students working in the environmental sciences, for example, will have the chance to learn and use a rich set of research tools that range from isotopic techniques and molecular markers to mathematical m...
Institutions and locations of scientific excellence
...s succeeded in attaining a central position in the network
of humanities and social science research. The analysis was based on the data on: DFG grant approvals per university and non-university institution between 1999 to 2001: over 42,000 proposals with a volume of 3.5 million Euros. Grants were awar...
Mutant gene found to cause early ovarian failure in mice
...and cancer, noted the FOXO3a gene is a player in a network
of signals inside cells that has been implicated in cancer and aging. The network, known as the PI3 kinase pathway, is frequently commandeered to spur abnormal growth in cancer cells, said DePinho. Moreover, the same pathway has a role in regulating ...
New science at K-State attracts $4.2 million from National Science Foundation
...grass prairie in the National Science Foundation's network
of long-term ecological research study sites around the globe. Johnson said Konza ecologists already investigate a range of plant and animal responses to important environmental cues such as response to increases in nitrogen from fertilizer and air ...
Nanotech strategy could create new organs
...o- Nano-systems. The technique involves creating a network
of microscopic tubes that branch out in a pattern,...lab. Using new fractal computational models, the network
is designed and etched onto silicon surfaces which are then used as molds to transfer the pattern to...
Researchers use lab cultures to create robotic 'semi-living artist'
...nslates neural activity into robotic movement. The network
of brain cells, located in Professor Steve Potter'...hose movements are controlled by a cultured neural network
capable of adaptive behavior and learning. They call the hybrid robot a "Hybrot." The neural activit...
Breast fluid a better option for detecting cancer
... generated from cells lining the ducts that form a network
throughout the breast, the same network
that provides milk in a lactating woman. These ductal cells are the source of 70 to 80 percent of b...
JCI table of contents, July 1 2003
... development of new blood vessels from an existing network
of vessels, known as angiogenesis, occurs during embryonic development, cancer, arthritis, and in response to a lack of oxygen supplied by the blood to surrounding tissue. Researchers at the University of California, Stanford University, and the Scri...
For ferrets, GPI means 'get pregnancy initiated'
...ch asanchoring the embryo, developing a connecting network
of blood vessels, secreting hormones and forming the placenta. "It's not just about ferrets, mice and rats," said Verbeke. "Collectively, efforts like these help us understand mammalian reproductive processes in general, and, of course, they offerfe...
Remote sub can patrol Shores. Sound Fishy? It is, but not like you think.
...lliam and Mary have developed an artificial neural network
for use with an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV...'s amazing how well this particular type of neural network
works with noisy data. In the future, we hope to expand the classifier's library to include dozens o...
A new view of the crayfish brain
...tebrate, for more than 50 years. The simple neural network
and well-defined social hierarchies of the crayfish make the animals ideal models for behavioral research, especially studies of aggression. In an initial encounter, two crayfish typically will fight one another until dominant/subordinate roles are ...
UC Riverside research featured on the cover of JALA
...as dementia." Ozkan explained that a single neural network
is based on a single connection formed between two...study the electrochemical modulation of the neural network
to understand the effect of changing chemical balance and electrical connectivity in a tissue enviro...
Worlds most endangered alligator released in China
...der of its Species Survival Plan, which involves a network
of zoos working to maintain healthy captive populations....
Monkey's memory cells caught in the act of learning
...uggesting that there is a gradual recruitment of a network
of hippocampal neurons associated with the formation of new associative memories. By relating the timing of a neuron's changes to the animal's behavioral performance, the researchers were able to precisely pinpoint its role in learning. Some neuron...
Yeast genomes reveal new sites of gene control
...of Medicine in St. Louis have begun unraveling the network
of genes and proteins that regulate the lives of c...he first step in understanding the gene-regulation network
in a simple cell," says principal investigator Mark Johnston, Ph.D., professor of genetics and inter...
DFG to establish nine new collaborative research centres
...metres to micrometers. In particular, the research network
will bring mathematicians and physicists together and will cooperate with scientists at the University of Dsseldorf and the Warsaw Centre for Theoretical Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The comprehensive research perspective aims to develo...
Deadly listeriosis often occurs in clusters, research finds
...Through PulseNet, the national molecular subtyping network
for food-borne disease surveillance operated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, a larger number of human listeriosis infections are likely to be recognized as occurring in clusters, making it easier to link them to sp...
Bahamas serve as test case for marine protected areas
...e scientific help in thedesign of a marine reserve network
in the Bahamas. The new study, called the Bahamas Biocomplexity Project, is led byscientists at the American Museum of Natural History. It is funded bya $2.5 million grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation. The American Museum of Natural His...
DFG to establish 14 new priority programmes
...y and to devise methods which facilitate broadband network
access. (Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Hermann Rohling, Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg) Industrial production of microsystems and components using nanostructures is dependent on reliable measurement and testing technology. The development of new an...
Researchers aim to centralize N.C. emergency room data to combat epidemics, bioterrorism
... UNC School of Medicine. The emerging computerized network
could serve as a national model for statewide emergency room data collection and use. "Because of its potential usefulness, this is something we are pretty excited about," Waller said. "When we get the 20 largest emergency departments in the state to...
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