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New environmental journalism website holds more than 700 articles in three languages

...ress Releases" section has dozens of news releases organized by country and year, which reflect the history of the Award. The deadlines for journalists to submit articles for this year's Award are: Bolivia - May 7, 2004 Brazil - Apr 5, 2004 Colombia - May 7, 2004 Guyana - June 4, 2004 Peru - May 7, 2004 ...

Device detects, traps and deactivates airborne viruses and bacteria

...2, 2004 , at Washington University. The event was organized under the university's Sesquicentennial Environmental Initiative wherein world renowned researchers reported the latest findings in the aerosol engineering field. The colloquium, was part of a series of environmental dialogues held in honor of Washi...

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

...ich our members contribute." The June program is organized by John D. Scott, Howard Hughes Medical Institute,...series are: Cellular Organization and Dynamics, organized by Harald A. Stenmark, Norwegian Rad. Hospital, with individual symposia on topics such as biosensor...

Paleofire database puts fire-scar and charcoal data online

...orkshop in Tucson in spring 2002. The workshop was organized by University of Arizona Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research Director Thomas Swetnam and University of Oregon Professor Cathy Whitlock, a leader in charcoal-based fire history studies. It drew 65 fire ecologists and climatologists who discussed how to m...

Science, policy forum focuses on 'mad cow' and related diseases

...rriot at Metro Center, Washington D. C. The forum, organized and moderated by the Center for Food and Nutrition Policy (CFNP) at Virginia Tech, will feature scientific experts, top government regulators, involved policymakers, trade association representatives, industry leaders, plus other public and private s...

DFG establishes 14 new research units

...how it is then distributed scientists of the newly organized Research Unit for "Saharan Mineral Dust Experiment (SAMUM)" are using satellites and measurement airplanes. Furthermore, the researchers are examining how the Saharan dust affects the climate. The so-called sauropod dinosaurs were one of the largest ...

Experimental Biology 2004 - Translating the Genome

...s: Genetics and Therapeutic Applications" has been organized by the FASEB MARC Program Advisory Board and sponsored by the FASEB Career Resources and MARC Program Office. Moderator and keynote speaker is Griffin P. Rodgers, MD, Deputy Director of the National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Disease...

Save The Tiger Fund announces alliance with the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund

...ng today's threats to tigers, which include highly organized regional networks that are smuggling tiger parts and are often linked to trafficking in narcotics and weapons. "Although terrorist threats, the economy and diseases have knocked the tiger off front page news, its status in the wild remains in need o...

Statistical technique helps researchers gain more information from a single data run

...ly are they local and able to efficiently describe organized structures in turbulence, but they are also able to assess the self-similarity and scaling indices of turbulence," Vidakovic said. In such instances, converting the data into a wavelet domain before re-sampling can produce information for which error...

New X-ray sources speed protein crystallography

... as a Frontier Multidisciplinary Scientific Tool," organized by Ernest Fontes, assistant director of the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS), Doon Gibbs of Brookhaven National Laboratory and Keith Hodgson of Stanford University/Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC). Synchrotron radiation is emit...

Human evolution at the crossroads: Integrating genetics and paleontology

...ically interpreted by some paleontologists. Hlusko organized a Monday symposium on human evolution at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She brought together experts who study phylogenetics, ancient DNA, developmental genetics, quantitative genetics and primate evolu...

University of Minnesota professors to speak at symposium on international trade

...rsity of Minnesota professor, G. Edward Schuh, who organized the event. Terry Roe is director of the University of Minnesota's Center for Political Economy, co-director of the university's Economic Development Center and an adjunct member of the university's Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. Most of his r...

HUPO scientists tackle human blood plasma proteome

...roteome Project (PPP) - one of several initiatives organized by the Human Proteome Organization (HUPO). Established in 2001, HUPO is an international collaboration of academic, government and corporate scientists working in the field of proteomics. At this year's meeting of the American Association for the Adv...

Passwords to guard entry aren't enough to protect complex data

... that it requires that all of the contents be well organized and placed into neat bins for access by those with...r holistic role, patient medical records cannot be organized to separate all of those aspects. Simply removing patient identification from every separate aspect ...

AAAS hosts 'Battle of the Brains' to choose area student for international competition

...ore in March during Brain Awareness Week, which is organized by the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives. The International Brain Bee strives to motivate youths to learn about the brain and inspire them to pursue careers in biomedical brain research. Alan I. Leshner, Ph.D., AAAS chief executive officer and ex...

Small amounts of alcohol or anesthetics may damage the developing brain

...blems. Because different networks in the brain are organized at different times during synaptogenesis, different populations of cells will commit suicide in response to exposure to alcohol or anesthetic drugs depending on the timing of that exposure. Thus, exposure at one developmental stage may produce one ty...

Advanced sensors, computing systems tracking sea animals worldwide

...erving Marine Animals in a Dynamic Ocean" has been organized by Larry Crowder, a Nicholas School professor of marine biology whose research includes assessing how many sea turtles inadvertently die at sea from being hooked by commercial fishermen's longlines. Read, Halpin and Crowder lead a $1.8 million projec...

It's a stirring tale of bacteria

...ditional large currents in the fluid, creating the organized jets and vortices observed by the UA team. "This is like a large group of people who, by the very act of swimming in a pool, get carried around by the mutually reinforcing turbulence their swimming created," said Goldstein. Bacteria sometimes act i...

Keeping populations of cerulean warbler healthy

...d universities in North and South America. CWTG is organized approximately around the breeding and non-breeding seasons. The breeding season group is developing a research design to document the effect of land use change and to determine which forest management methods benefit the species. The non-breeding sea...

ASPB Plant Biology 2004 in Walt Disney World

... President's Symposium "From the Soil to the Seed" organized by Mary Lou Guerinot of Dartmouth College. The Gi...Symposium "Advances in Plant Reproductive Biology: organized by June Nasrallah of Cornell University. "Sensing and Responding to Water" organized by Keith Mott ...

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