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Pittsburgh NMR Center for Biomedical Research at Carnegie Mellon
...rch in five technological research and development projects
in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), including: ...he grant also supports five collaborative research projects
and a number of service projects
to allow advances made in the technological and research developmen...
AACR awards scholarships to minority and underrepresented scientists
...tract titles of all Scholar Award winners research projects
are contained in the attachment....
Researchers discover 1.2 million new genes in Sargasso Sea microbes
...omics: GTL program that includes over 70 research projects
to universities, national laboratories and private companies. Dr. Venter's research team at IBEA is addressing three scientific challenges: research on photosynthesis and hydrogen production to determine if the efficiency, and thus the utility, of...
Envisat concludes a busy second year in orbit
... doubled During the last 12 months the number of projects
worldwide making use of this data has more than doubled to 450. "This number encompasses many different activities and requirements," explains Laur. "Projects range from small scientific teams making use of limited scientific data up to the heavy da...
Announcement of the chicken genome sequence and genome variation maps
...ute, which is part of NIH. Final analyses of both projects
are underway and the results are expected to be published this summer. The data for the chicken variation map have been made available to collaborating scientists and will soon be deposited in public databases. The completion of the chicken genome se...
System to measure carbon dioxide flux from soil patented
... 17 ACES that we have used in cooperative research projects
across the country," says Kurt Johnsen, project leader of the Research Triangle Park unit. "We worked hard to develop and test this system. Now that it is patented, we hope the technology will be used in even more forested ecosystems, so that our kno...
World's first databank for all living systems
... and Asia, and some 25 international collaborative projects
in Madagascar and Ethiopia. Related World Wide Web sites: The following sites provide additional information on this news release. Some might not be part of the Cornell University community, and Cornell has no control over their content or ...
Converting research into commercial reality
...petition is to help commercialise some of the best projects
so that the whole of UK society can benefit. The ...ell College of Arts (More details on each of the projects
are below). The UK Research Councils invest more than 2 billion in research and training to support...
UC San Diego faculty receive funding from von Liebig Center to commercialize academic research
...rnia, San Diego (UCSD) has awarded $275,000 to six projects
led by faculty members of the Jacobs School of Engineering. The projects
range from bio-sensors to nano-photonics, and include technologies to create synthetic bone for use ...
Researchers receive $9.2 million for heart failure studies
...t is what the researchers hope to answer with four projects
that comprise this new program. Stanley will lead a project that he said "will change the fuel that is used by the heart and see if we get an improvement in pumping function." In the second project, Hani N. Sabah, Ph.D., professor of medici...
Save The Tiger Fund announces alliance with the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund
...founding, STF has supported 226 tiger-conservation projects
in 13 countries. Now STF and CEPF two major grant makers will forge united tiger conservation strategies, catalyzing partner organizations and community groups to combine efforts to benefit tigers and people alike. Partnerships are the hallmark o...
Final of the 2003/04 Research Councils' Business Plan Competition
...petition is to help commercialise some of the best projects
so that the whole of UK society can benefit. The five teams in the final are from the University of Kent at Canterbury; the University of Nottingham; Camberwell School of Arts which is part of the London Institute; De Montfort University in Leicest...
Seeing the forest for the trees: The future of environmental policy lies in interaction
...ers in this process both as researchers proposing projects
and as reviewers evaluating them."...
University of Minnesota professors to speak at symposium on international trade
...will also discuss current scientific work, such as projects
to sequence the corn genome and research aimed at learning to insert genes into chromosomes in a precise manner. The symposium will be moderated by a third University of Minnesota professor, G. Edward Schuh, who organized the event. Terry Roe is dir...
Major U.S. environmental policy bears scrutiny in midlife
...ty to have input in the decision-making process of projects
that have environmental impact. It was through NEP... lies in the power it gives groups to oppose local projects
that may threaten the environment such as highway development. "We need to take our position as a ...
NHLBI awards $68 million to fund clinical centers in pediatric heart disease
...d outcomes of congenital heart defects. One of the projects
will explore novel biomaterials to improve surgica...or the repair of these defects in children. Other projects
will focus on the genetic contributions to the etiology of congenital cardiac defects. The impact o...
Gates Foundation commits $82.9 million to develop new tuberculosis vaccines
...eveloping world, and the World Health Organization projects
that 36 million people could die of the disease over the next 20 years. New TB Vaccine Urgently Needed A new vaccine is the key to controlling TB, an airborne, contagious bacterial disease that begins with a cough but can rapidly spread to the lu...
Brookhaven Lab expects $30 million to support life sciences
... our ability to identify and support Nobel-quality projects
like MacKinnon's work," Sweet said. "These funds will allow other important projects
to move forward." A research group from Yale University has used NSLS light to study the struct...
Out-of-balance ecosystems play role in demise of amphibian populations
..., Wis., say they agree. A series of their research projects
-- two published in 2003 and another that will appear as a book chapter this year -- dramatically refine the data on parasitic activity and argue that physically and chemically induced changes of aquatic habitats are taking a toll. "We have to be ask...
Major boost for European zebrafish research
...ighlights of the project will include: Mutagenesis projects
that will bring together scientists from all over Europe to examine zebrafish carrying genetic mutations. In addition to the mutants with defects in early development identified in previous projects, a focus will be on mutations that affect the adult...
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