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Green Foundation, Trust gives $12.8 million for UT Southwestern comprehensive research center

...eces of the puzzle," he said. "The challenge is to put all the pieces together, and to do that will require sophisticated information technology as well as basic molecular biology and biochemistry." Scientists now can use X-ray crystallography and magnetic resonance spectroscopy to solve the three-dimens...

Evolution caught in the act

...otor, the flagellum, to work. The researchers then put these non-swimming bugs to the test by placing the... a computer screen before you manufacture them. We put the bacteria we were working on under a strong genetic selection, like what can happen in evolution,...

Slow-moving ground water slows down water-quality improvements in Chesapeake Bay

...een more than 3 million acres in the Bay watershed put under nutrient management plans," said Chesapeake Bay Program Director Rebecca Hanmer. "This improved scientific understanding provided by the USGS will help us better estimate when we'll see the benefits from these efforts and how much more is neede...

Revised guidelines published for testing for hereditary type of colorectal cancer

...h HNPCC also have the genetic characteristics that put them at an increased risk for cancers associated with a particular mutation. In 1997, a panel of experts created the Bethesda Guidelines, which outlined criteria for testing tumors from patients with colorectal cancer for MSI so scientists can better...

A shrinking sink? Carbon fertilization may be flimsy weapon against warming

...land's capacity for carbon fertilization. "If you put together these two lines of evidence, we're looking at a future in which we may see less carbon being removed from the atmosphere," Field said. "The fact that carbon dioxide fertilization is likely to be more modest does not imply that carbon managem...

Scientists, lawyers discuss decision-making amid uncertainty

... Schneider says, by examining consensus statements put out by groups such as the National Research Council and the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), for which he is a coordinating lead author. Part of Schneider's presentation will focus on the IPCC as a model for effective ...

1,136 scientists call for protection of deep-sea corals

...hem. We can always resume trawling, but we can not put back 1,000 year-old ecosystems. Eradicating these seafloor habitats before scientists understand their role in sustaining fishes and other marine life makes no sense at all." Drs. Norse, Willison, Pauly, Morgan and the 1,132 other signers of the Sc...

AAAS survey: 80 percent of adults say we're hurting oceans

... 65 percent of Americans don't trust scientists to put society's interests above their own personal goals," Leshner said. "AAAS established the Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology to provide opportunities for meaningful dialogue, and I think this survey shows we identified a real ne...

Seeing the forest for the trees: The future of environmental policy lies in interaction

...Liu. "Each policy may look really good, but if you put them together, they might have some unexpected negative impacts. We are learning to change the way we make policy, and the ways in which we evaluate policy." Liu told those attending the symposium "Frontiers in Biocomplexity Science: Reciprocal Inter...

K-State professor to give paper on potential impact of ag bioterrorism

...ultural bioterrorism attack and a detection system put into place by the U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Homeland Security that will allow for the rapid detection and diagnosis of a possible bio agent -- introduced either into a plant or an animal production system. That is the essence of a paper a ...

U.S. commission makes dramatic recommendations for ocean health

...alhousie University agreed. He said, "The U.S. has put all the right tools in place the two commissions funneled the scientific information and put it into a framework that the entire world is waiting for."...

Studies suggest brain injury results from developmental exposure to alcohol, anesthesia, and lead

...n-killing drugs that eliminate all pain but do not put a patient to sleep. Feasibility of the latter appr...nhibitory transmitter input - both actions tend to put nerve cells out of commission, so that they cannot tend to their task of forming synaptic connection...

Breakthroughs in acoustic tracking shine new light on the lives of fish

...ecies throughout its life cycle? Where should you put a new reserve? What types of undersea real estate must be protected to increase egg production? How many fish will stay in the reserve and how many will "spillover" into adjacent areas where fishermen can catch them? Answers to these questions ar...

New reactor puts hydrogen from renewable fuels within reach

...remove all the water from ethanol before it can be put in an automobile gas tank--and the last drops of water are the hardest to remove. But the new process doesn't require pure ethanol; in fact, it strips hydrogen from both ethanol and water, yielding a hydrogen bonus. The invention rests on two innova...

Advanced sensors, computing systems tracking sea animals worldwide

... University investigators say. "Now scientists can put tags on bluefin tuna, blue whales and wandering albatrosses and follow what they do for the entire year," said marine mammal expert Andrew Read, an assistant professor of marine conservation biology at Duke's Nicholas School of the Environment and Ea...

'We are the champions' the new birdie song

...lebrate a victory. Winning a fight also appears to put the tropical boubou, an African bird, in the mood for a song. Research published in BMC Ecology describes a rare example of a context-specific birdsong and identifies the tropical boubou as the first bird species known to sing a 'victory duet'. T...

Out-of-balance ecosystems play role in demise of amphibian populations

...he challenge is to find management approaches that put balance back into amphibian ecosystems, Beasley said. "What are the natural controls of these parasites? Can we re-establish them?" Beasley said. "Are there things missing or reduced from these ecosystems that used to eat both the snails and the lar...

Lots of low-fat food is better than small portions of high-fat food

...food for preventing diabetes in obese people. Mice put on a low-fat diet were more sensitive to insulin t...ergy in the form of high-fat food. Martin Muurling put obese mice on different diets in which the total energy intake and the final body weight were the sa...

Do we perceive using 'mindsight'?

...a room and senses something is different but can't put their finger on what. "It could well be an alerting system," he says. There is no reason the effect shouldn't operate with other senses too, he says. Knowing someone is behind you may be the auditory equivalent....

Avian flu: Shut down wild bird markets, experts say

...rge numbers often outside their natural range, and put in contact with other animals and people that have little immunity to diseases they might be carrying. "The birds are caged in stressful, unnatural and often unhygienic conditions during transport and in the markets themselves where they are forced ...

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