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NIH Office Of Dietary Supplements Expands Research Support

... have given the REAP program and their interest in partnering with the ODS in support of these important projects. In conjunction with the National Cancer Institute, the ODS is funding a new project at the State University of New York Health Sciences Center in Stony Brook to study in cancer patients the potent...

Space Grown Insulin Crystals Provide New Data On Diabetes

...diabetes," said Smith. Hauptman-Woodward is partnering with the Center for MacromolecularCrystallography, a NASA Commercial Space Center, in Birmingham, Ala. "We are doing crystal growth experiments in the near-weightlessness ofspace that really tell the story of how insulin works and give us cl...

Photosynthetic Harvest Inc. Harnesses The Power Of Nature's Chemical Factories By "Milking" Green Plants For Valuable Natural Products

...ve taken notice of PHI'stechnology, and have begun partnering with PHI to test its growing RhizExcompound library for a variety of applications. "Companies understand the clear advantages of our process over older practicesof natural product discovery," says Pastor. "Conventional methods ofharvesting, drying...

Urban Restorer Sees Trash Trees, Beetles As Signs Of Hope

...search and action,community involvement and agency partnering is there any hope for the recoveryof hyper-stressed, post-industrial environments such as Nine Mine Run." In addition to Tamminga's paper presentation, he will co-convene, withDr. Susan Thompson, assistant curator of botany, Carnegie Museum o...

New Carbon Monoxide Sensor Developed For Occupational Use

...rcent of thecompanies said they had benefited from partnering with the laboratories and 97percent of the companies said they would like to partner again with one of thelabs on a future research project....

UNC-CH bus brings mobile lab, high-tech science focus to underserved N.C. schools

...e benefactor and collaborator Glaxo Wellcome. "By partnering together, both the university and Glaxo Wellcome hope to share the thrill of discovery in new ways that will foster diversity within the scientific professions," McCoy said. "Science increasingly plays a major role in fueling the North Carolina econo...

Purdue leads center using pollution-busting plants, microbes

...of them are field-based research," Banks said. "By partnering with industry, we are addressing real-world environmental problems with cost-effective solutions." Working with Paul Schwab, a Purdue agronomy professor, Banks has pioneered the use of plants to rid petroleum products from soil. The research team has...

Society for Women's Health Research will be releasing reports related to Heart Month

...dings on sex differences, and we are excited about partnering with news organizations to provide readers with valuable information that can be hard to find, continued Greenberger. The four news releases to be distributed in February will cover the following topics: February 7: The important role of the Framing...

Mistrust, religious beliefs hinder blood and organ donation

... the populations less willing to donate. Maybe by partnering with churches or other faith-based organizations we could better educate people about organ donation." The finding that religious beliefs are related to organ donation may reflect the desire to be buried whole, despite the fact that in most organiz...

UCSB ecology center to receive grant

...), the University of New Mexico (UNM), and several partnering institutions Arizona State University, the University of North Carolina, the University of Vermont, and Napier University in Scotland. According to PBI, this five-year initiative will lead to fundamental improvements in how researchers can gain glo...

DuPont part of science-based consortium receiving U.S. Dept. of Energy 'Bio-Refinery' grant

... our third century, DuPont has a rich tradition of partnering with governments to enhance the quality of life through science," said DuPont Chief Science and Technology Officer Dr. Thomas M. Connelly. "We are pleased the U.S. Department of Energy supports this initiative and recognizes that bio-science offers ...

UN Foundation & Conservation International forge $15M partnership to protect global biodiversity

...UNESCO Director-General Kochiro Matsuura said, "By partnering with the World Heritage Centre, the UN Foundation has strengthened our capacities to reach our objectives and attract new partners for World Heritage conservation. Indeed, the principle aim of the forthcoming World Heritage Congress is the developmen...

Secretary Abraham announces next steps for artificial retina project

...nstitute on the USC campus. The DOE national labs, partnering with the University of Southern California and North Carolina State University, are designing a micro-electronic device that would be implanted in the eye on the surface of the retina. A microelectrode array would perform the function of normal phot...

RIT collaborates with IBM on genomic research

...of a leading institution working with industry and partnering with key universities in applied research. The IBM project will utilize the expertise of faculty in our departments of Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Information Technology, Software Engineering and Imaging Arts and Sciences, among others." R...

NIH and NSF team up to link math and biology at February 12 Symposium

... of Health and the National Science Foundation are partnering on a math-biology initiative. A component of this effort is an NSF-NIH symposium on "Accelerating Mathematical-Biological Linkages" on Wednesday, February 12, 2003. The symposium will highlight research opportunities at the math-biology interface a...

Univ. of Pittsburgh Medical Center leads group buying PPL'S cloning, stem cell business

...or Entrepreneurship II, LP, of Wilmington, Del. By partnering with the renowned research teams from UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh's Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute, which has been working with PPL for the past three years, Regenecor plans to leverage PPL's scientific advancements in stem cell...

NIEHS, NTP director receives honorary doctorate

...y of environmental toxins and by NIEHS researchers partnering to isolate the first breast cancer susceptibility genes, BRCA1 and BRCA2. Many women in breast cancer-prone families are now tested for these genes. In conferring the degree, University officials said, There is no stronger advocate for funding ...

Biodiversity has roots in global health

... they have to do to survive." Liu's group at MSU, partnering with researchers in China, has worked to understand not only the biology of habitat in China and other parts of the world, but also the social and economic pressures that affect habitat. It's important, Liu said, that people understand the longer-ra...

New technology helps fire managers anticipate smoke problems

...ueSkyRAINS was created by Ferguson and her team by partnering with the Environmental Protection Agency and other federal, state, tribal, and local agencies that share concerns about clean air and healthy forests. "This summer we worked directly with incident command teams on several wildfires in Washington, Id...

DuPont and NREL to develop world's first integrated 'bio-refinery'

...y of vegetable oils. "DuPont has a rich history of partnering with governments to enhance the quality of life through science," said DuPont Chief Science and Technology Officer Thomas M. Connelly. "We are pleased the U.S. Department of Energy and NREL support this initiative and recognize that bio-science offe...

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