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Good Ergonomics Is Good Economics

... human factors/ergonomics simply because it is the right thing to do. Like God, mother, and apple pie, it i...be competitive and survive. That something "is the right thing to do" is, by itself, an excellent but decidedly insufficient reason for managers actually doi...

Biologist Experiments With His Own Front Yard

...ght up in thepossibilities for exploration waiting right outside the front door. And he pulls off this...most people. All these bizarre things are going on right underneath our nosesand we never stop to see them and think... People are overlooking some really in...

Microsurgery Made More Accurate With Virtual Measuring Tool

...using to capture optical images from both left and right eye paths. The left and right eye images are displayed on one color monitor using alternating fields, at a rate of 120 fields per ...

Three-Day Treatment Cures Decades-Old Case Of Malaria

...ized quartan fevers as the mildest fevers. "He was right then and he was right now," Vinetz says of his patient. Greece has been free of malaria since about 1950, so the pat...

At Life's Most Sensitive Stage, Embryos Cope With Stress

... in the seawater, asindicators that conditions are right for romance. Brawley gives credit to herformer postdoctoral fellow, Gareth Pearson, for demonstrating the low carbonhypothesis, and to former graduate student Ester Serrao, who did what Brawleycalls the "clencher" work - showing that, contrary to ear...

Duke Researchers Develop First Treatment For Rare Muscle Disease

...irds can't fly and when turned on theirbacks can't right themselves. The team of researchers used ...ons, the scientists evaluated thebirds' ability to right themselves. The high-dose GAA treatment improved muscle strength so much that bothbirds co...

Scientists Sift Through Trash In Search Of Perfect Landfill

...ht surprise people: Much of our garbage, under the right conditions, movesquite nicely toward oblivion. This study was a reversal of most landfill surveys, which take core samples frommaterial already buried. Ham says this study gave them controlled information atlandfills in Florida, Pennsylvania and Madi...

DNA Used To Create Self Assembling Conducting Wire: Breakthrough Will Lead To Next Leap In Emerging Nanoelectronics

...der leaves two complementary strands which willzip right back together in the same way under the right conditions. The Technion scientists use short sequences of DNA calledoligonucleotides and lo...

Prairies Will Be Hit Hard By Global Warming

...he near future with water shortagesbeing a problem right off the bat," says Professor Jay Malcolm of the Faculty ofForestry. Certain kinds of animals, particularly shore birds and waterfowl, areextremely sensitive to water levels -- both the amount of water available andthe timing of seasonal rainfalls. Th...

New Imaging Technique Pinpoints Dead Heart Muscle

...e in tissues of the septum, the wallseparating the right and left ventricles or main pumping chambers of the heart;and in the front and back walls of the left ventricle, from which blood ispumped to the rest of the body. In every case of prior heart attack, significantdepletion of creatine was directly obs...

Allergies To Rubber Affect 12.5 Percent Of Health Care Workers

...e antibodiesre-encounter rubber proteins under the right circumstances, they can set off apotentially serious allergic reaction," says Robert G. Hamilton, Ph.D.,associate professor of medicine, who led what is believed to be the firstdefinitive U.S. prevalence study of allergies to rubber proteins. ...

AAAS, State Of Arizona Co-Host Conference On Research And Development

...development are big players in the Arizona economy right now, but the future possibilitieslook even brighter." The conference is the 10 th in an ongoing series of regional and state conferences that theAAAS has been hosting since 1996, examining the impact of research and development forselected sta...

Computer Models Find Cost-Effective Solutions For Species Preservation

...on the use of optimization techniquesto select the right tracts of lands for nature reserves, takinginto account both species distributions and land values. The co-authors are: Amy Ando with Resources for the Future inWashington, D.C.; Stephen Polasky, a resource economist at OregonState University; and An...

Biotech Firms Develop Where Star Scientists Worked, Study Shows

... -- can be freely used by anyonewith access to the right financing and knowledge. However, Brewer said,this...eral research support, universityresources and the right people that helped biotech take off in some areas,”she said. The study also examined whether th...

Novel Method Of Gene Replacement Reported By University Of Washington Researchers

...aterial present inthe viral vector, at exactly the right location. Russell uses a typewriter analo...ement, say a missing zero, you'dwant to fix in the right place, not randomly anywhere in the statement," heexplains. "Or if you were correcting an instructio...

US-Cuban Scientific Collaborations Jeopardized By Travel Restrictions

...opportunity to share knowledge and resources. The right ofscientists to travel is one of the most important ways of furthering thatexchange. We need to find solutions to this problem and remove scientificresearch from the grip of political hostilities." The report is based on the results of a 1997 AAAS ...

Researchers Discover Ways The Ulcer/Cancer Bug Can Trigger Disease

...the immunesystem's friendly fire. "If the right combination of circumstances occurs -- first, you'reunfortunate enough to be infected with a bacterial strain that can bind to thecells lining your stomach and, second, the bacterium contains molecules on itssurface that resemble some of those on you...

Hard Hearts: New Discovery Of Bone In Heart Tissue May Explain Valve Disease

... get into theheart? "One theory is that, under the right conditions, either valve cells orinflammatory cells at the area of heart damage undergo a genetic change andstart making bone-cell proteins," suggests Mohler. "But, the most importantquestion is: What's the trigger?" The team's ultimate goal...

Purdue Research Helps Keep Phosphorus Out Of Surface Water

...in most grain fed to hogs is in a form that passes right through animals, never getting picked up and used by their bodies. Joern and animal scientist Layi Adeola are testing a new type of corn that is naturally higher in easy-to-absorb forms of phosphorus and low in hard-to-absorb phosphorus. Such corn co...

Research Into Cockroach Behavior Could Lead To Better Baits

GAINESVILLE---Take a left at the kitchen sink, a right at the toaster oven and then loop around the cookie jar and up the side to the lid that doesn't quite close. Those are the kinds of directions German cockroaches are leaving for each other when they navigate around your kitchen, say University of Flo...

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(Date:10/25/2014)... October 25, 2014 Homeowners that are ... ‘gone bad’ need wonder no more. Clean Crawls ... should watch out for when it comes to insulation ... to the article released by Clean Crawls, can cause ... that any insulation that has deteriorated, become damp, or ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... Reinberg HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, ... common cold sores -- herpes simplex -- might increase the ... In fact, being a carrier of certain antibodies to ... researchers found. "The identification of a treatable cause ... breakthrough," said lead researcher Dr. Hugo Lovheim, an associate professor ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Oct. ... developed that spot increased risks for certain cancers, one might ... screened. But a new study suggests that, at least ... found out their genes doubled their risk of colon cancer ... get screened. "It didn,t make any difference, not at ...
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