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Ancient brewery discovered on mountaintop in Peru
...at follows Field Museum scientists as they conduct scientific
research around the world. Through this expedition website, the public can subscribe to free email dispatches from scientists working in the field. Currently, the site features Dr. Williams' dispatches from the Cerro Bal excavation site, and a video ...
Reaching for the gold
... of USC's coaches who want to integrate the latest scientific
findings into their athletics training programs. Right now she's working with Mick Haley and Paula Weishoff, who are training the USC women's volleyball team. The work seems to be paying off: the team scored two consecutive NCAA championships in 200...
Researchers look into components of RNA silencing machinery
...g normal chromosome biology is more than a curious scientific
endeavor," says Aramayo. "It is a must if we ever are to conquer disease." In a study with Neurospora crassa, a mold, Aramayo and his colleagues created mutant cells that cannot produce any key components of the RNA silencing mechanism, and disco...
NIH renews funding for continued Rb2 tumor suppressing gene research at Temple
..., he has been an invited lecturer at more than 100 scientific
meetings worldwide. In addition to his work with the Sbarro Institute, Giordano collaborates with several prestigious institutions throughout Europe and has trained more than 160 scientists and physician investigators from all over the world....
Springtime blooms seen earlier now than in the past, say Boston University biologists
...in flowering times. In addition to its scientific
insights, the study may provide a model for public participation in climate change research. The relatively low-tech, data-from-the-community protocol used by the team might open such studies to participation by botanical gardens, zoos, museums, or ...
New world record magnet for chemical and biomedical research
...is magnet that will permit a much greater range of scientific
experiments than would be possible in standard 52 ...t the NHMFL will be able to expand the horizons of scientific
investigation with NMR and MRI technologies....
Ocean scientists assess impact of seismic pulses in effort to protect whales
...f the American Geophysical Union. While most other scientific
research ships can only deploy much smaller systems, Maurice Ewing's 20-gun capacity is comparable to those aboard many industry ships. It provides the flexibility to design source arrays of many different sizes and power, allowing scientists to look...
Gene therapy reaches muscles throughout the body and reverses muscular dystrophy in animal model
...ut Chamberlain stressed that there are a number of scientific
challenges and regulatory requirements along the way, so any tests on humans are many years in the future. ...
Cutting-edge cancer researchers sought for international recognition
...cancer research discoveries at the cutting edge of scientific
novelty and significance. Eligible candidates are ...traordinary advances in cancer research, and whose scientific
innovation and creativity have contributed to new directions in these fields. The nomination process...
Colleagues to recognize research leadership in cancer detection, prevention and treatment
...any (now Pfizer) to honor Dr. Bruce F. Cain, whose scientific
interests involved the design, synthesis and biolo...of women in science. Since 1961, when the first scientific
award was presented, the AACR has honored 172 scientists and physicians, who collectively have made ...
First International Scientific Conference on Childhood Leukaemia
...d leukaemia is organising the first international scientific
conference ever to be held into the incidence, causes and prevention of childhood leukaemia. Major advances in treatment have seen a significant increase in 5-year survival rates from under 5% in the early 1960s to over 80% for the commonest type of...
Rutgers cancer prevention expert calls for FDA action to reduce colon cancer and osteoporosis
...ays. "We believe that the time has come for a full scientific
review of cereal-grain enrichment with calcium and vitamin D as a low-cost, safe and useful route for the reduction of osteoporosis and colon cancer in the United States in both men and women." ...
Canadian Society of Agronomy partners with Plant Management Network
...rmation in agriculture. Other PMN partners include scientific
organizations such as: The American Phytopathological Society, American Society of Agronomy, Crop Adviser Institute, Crop Science Society of America, Entomological Society of America, Weed Science Society of America, National Alliance of Independent ...
Nature mimics industry
...t issue of American Scientist, the magazine of the scientific
research society Sigma Xi. "I think researchers fo...wn naturally occurring organohalogens. He searches scientific
literature for references to new cases of plants, animals, insects and even bacteria producing organ...
Antimalarial substances found in New Caledonian sponges
...ef off the east coast of New Caledonia, by a joint scientific
team involving the IRD, the University of Trente (Italy), the CNRS and the industrial group Pierre Fabre. This discovery suggests a possible adaptation of bathyal species to the shallow-water reef environment. The emergence of drug-resistant forms o...
New framework for biodiversity conservation
...mize conservation benefits. In attempts to have a scientific
foundation for these decisions, policy makers have... that an opportunistic approach informed by basic scientific
information about the abundance and distribution of plants and animals, but heavily focused on how l...
From orchards and fields to townhouses and offices
...ogical Society (APS) is a non-profit, professional scientific
organization dedicated to the study and management of plant diseases, with 5,000 members worldwide....
Scientific publications: Time for change
Changes in scientific
publishing are "necessary as a matter of urgency" ... Science & Technology Committee in their report on scientific
publishing, published today. Vitek Tracz, Chairman of the Open Access publisher BioMed Central said:...
Workforce achievements celebrated at NASA Marshall Center Awards ceremony
...entific Achievement Medal, recognizing exceptional scientific
contribution toward achieving the NASA mission, was awarded to Thomas L. Sever of the Marshall Center's Science Directorate. NASA's Exceptional Service Medal, recognizing significant, sustained performance characterized by unusual initiative or creat...
Scientists describe the world's smallest, lightest fish
...r would barely tip the scales at one pound. A full scientific
description of the animal was published in the lat... recent findings also underscore the importance of scientific
resources such as Scripps's invaluable Marine Vertebrates Collection. This collection of more than t...
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