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Worlds largest scientific society providing scientific publications to Canadian academic research institutions

... the nations universities that is unprecedented in scope and impact, said Deb DeBruijn, executive director of CNSLP. Robert D. Bovenschulte, ACS publications director, added its an honor to be among the first electronic resources licensed by CNSLP, which also has agreements with the Institute for Scientifi...

Supercomputing center partners with Institute for Systems Biology

...tion solutions. The partnership will broaden the scope of research that is already being conducted at ARSC. Current areas of research include climate modeling, ocean/ice coupled modeling, space physics and geology. "This partnership brings together a world-class supercomputing facility with a wor...

AAAS urges immediate public release of sources of embryonic stem cell lines

...addressed regarding membership of the Council, the scope of its mandate, and how it will conduct its business. In order to gauge accurately the potential benefits of the Administration's policy, AAAS recommends that in the months ahead, "the scientific community report to the American public and to our g...

PNNL captures first bird's-eye view of Puget Sound air pollution

...om the study eventually may be used to broaden the scope of certain models to include particulates, such as those from diesel exhaust, which are of keen interest to people suffering from respiratory problems. PNNL scientists chose late summer for the study to capture the region's peak pollution period, dur...

Statement by Stanford President John Hennessy on Jim Clark`s stem cell announcement

...r in spite of President Bush`s policy limiting the scope of that effort.`` Many scientists at Stanford and elsewhere, however, are justifiably concerned that the long-term impact of the restrictions on human embryonic stem cell research could slow down the rate of progress in this promising area. Similarly...

Nitrogen: Too much of a good thing?

...countries across the globe. Reflecting the global scope of the conference, Jan Pronk, Dutch Minister for Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, and the President of the Sixth Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, will open the conference and attend...

ORNL conducting field test of instruments to detect lead

... on lead chips, but the EPA has been expanding its scope to look at lead dust." The evaluation is part of the EPA's Environmental Technology Verification program. The goal of the program, for which ORNL is a verification organization, is to accelerate the use of innovative technologies in the field. "The p...

Science steps up on International Space Station with new experiments, fresh crew to operate them

...s across the United States. We are increasing the scope and sophistication of the science we are doing on the Space Station by building on what we have learned during the earlier expeditions, said Uri. This month marks nine months of continuous research and an extraordinary increase in research capabilit...

A major scientific survey finds more species than in the entire Mediterranean at Lifou, Loyalty Islands

... survey team is now planning a campaign of similar scope in South-East Asia, at the heart of the " Golden Triangle " of reef biodiversity, the " Holy Grail " of all marine zoologists....

New species clarifies bird-dinosaur link

...tologists to work in China, thereby broadening the scope and importance of paleontological sciences there. Dr. Makovicky plans to conduct collaborative fieldwork in China to look for more fossils. This area is yielding extremely important information on the evolution of dinosaurs, mammals, insects and flow...

University of Southern Mississippi $6 million grant will aid coastal waters research

...uarine Ecosystem Integrity. Brouwer said the scope of the indicators ranges from chemical changes in the cells of estuarine plants and animals to changes in populations of selected species within an ecosystem. The geographic scale extends from specific sites to entire estuaries. The project com...

Experimental Biology 2002, Translating the Genome

...evelop and can be treated or prevented. The size, scope and organization of the meeting give these scientists an unparalleled opportunity to step outside the boundaries of their own fields. They share information with scientists armed with the viewpoint and tools of entirely different disciplines. T...

HHMI awards $2 million to European Molecular Biology Organization

...nal Program in 1991 to recognize the international scope of modern biomedical research and the contributions of scientists outside the United States. The program supports international research scholars' work, scientific meetings of scholars and educational activities. The Howard Hughes Medical Institute i...

Prescription drug pollution may harm humans, aquatic life

...mbitious research program aimed at identifying the scope of the nations prescription drug pollution problems. The researchers recently received a three-year $525,000 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant to study pharmaceuticals and antiseptics in drinking water, sewage treatment plants and coastal wa...

Suicidal behavior among alcoholics

...ans Affairs Medical Center, "but that's beyond the scope of this paper's findings. What this finding does is give some support for the idea that 'suicidality' or suicide attempts seem to run in families. However, family studies rarely do a good job of teasing out nature versus nurture, or genetics versus...

New Science Press launches Proteins: From Sequence to Structure

...tructure... It has certainly moved well beyond the scope of other books, covering up to the most recent paradigm shifts in the field."Robert Stroud, University of California San Francisco...

Metals the 'new renewables'

...of manufacture has shown that there is significant scope for savings in energy, global warming potential and acid pollution in their production, Dr Rankin said. Another issue is that declining ore grades are slowly pushing up the amount of energy required to produce a tonne of metal. New technologies are n...

Statement by the Ethics Advisory Board of Advanced Cell Technology, Inc.

... of the EAB have concluded that it lies within the scope of women's autonomy to make their own decisions about the use of their reproductive tissues, so long as they are fully informed as to the risks and benefits of egg donation and the purposes for which their eggs will be used....

Expeditions find no evidence of ivory-billed woodpecker

...arl River forests that were outside the geographic scope of our search," says Fitzpatrick. The Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Zeiss Sports Optics have had preliminary discussions about how to proceed with follow-up research. "The ivory-billed woodpecker continues to be of great interest not only to those o...

The 'forbidden' questions on genetic testing

...ll construct mathematical models to determine what scope there is for adverse selection and what effect this may have on insurance claims, and therefore premiums. The second part of the study will involve asking a sample of adults from the families about their views and behaviour towards buying insurance....

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