Tag: "service" at biology news
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...ciences Mobility Consultancy (LSMC). This web site service
is designed to give researchers worldwide fast acc...hat respect the Life Sciences Mobility Consultancy service
helps researchers to quickly find funding opportunities, training programmes and open positions. It ...
Study calls for end to age thresholds for prenatal genetic testing
...ems, there would be a knock-on effect of increased service
provision and need for training on the availability of staff for other services. A single economic evaluation provides necessary but insufficient information about the appropriate level of service. Good evidence for decisions about effectiveness is g...
JCI table of contents, December 15 2003
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Telescience recognized for facilitating biomedical research on a global network
...s not placed a high voltage electron microscope in service
for biomedical research since the 1970s, yet access to these microscopes is vital for the study of disorders such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease as well as mental retardation. To offset this obstacle, and improve speed and accessibility to m...
ASH presents advocacy awards to Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Claude Lenfant, M.D.
...e National Dialogue on Cancer. In her 10 years of service
in the Senate, she has dedicated herself to fighting cancer by improving research, creating incentives for effective treatments, and improving the quality of care that patients receive. Earlier this year, Sen. Feinstein reintroduced her legislation,...
USGS December science picks!
... place a giant wreath to commemorate those lost in service
to their country. Most of the largest sequoias are middle-aged, but they're still growing like teenagers. For pictures see: http://www.werc.usgs.gov/news/2001-12-13.jpg . For more, call Nate Stephenson at 559-565-3176, or email nstephenson@usgs....
Autism summit conference
...rdination and effectiveness of autism research and service
activities across the Federal government and with ...gin to establish a national agenda of research and service
goals to be achieved through advances by federal, academic, voluntary, and other public organization...
Mantis shrimp fluoresce to enhance signaling in the dim ocean depths
...13 Science Express, a rapid electronic publication service
of Science magazine. "The case we have made is one of the best cases yet for understanding fluorescence in the underwater world," said Mazel, who discovered the fluorescing mantis shrimp using an underwater lighting and video system he developed and ...
UT Southwesterns capital campaign passes $300 million mark
...e used to enhance the quality of clinical care and service
received by UT Southwestern's patients as well as ...come as well known for excellent clinical care and service
as it already is for its outstanding research," said Dr. Kern Wildenthal, president of UT Southweste...
World's largest scientific society holds regional meeting in Columbia, Mo.
...upport of chemistry and chemical education through service
to the Council on Chemical Research, the ACS, and research support agencies of the U.S. government. Bowman-James is also cited as a leader in advancing the cause of diversity and inclusiveness in chemistry. Eugene Erickson , a teacher of chemistr...
The DFG funds a new research vessel
...earch vessels which have already been taken out of service
as well as the Alexander von Humboldt, which will be taken out of service
at the end of 2004. The Maria S. Merian is classed as a medium-sized research vessel and will be pr...
Researchers show autoantibodies occur before lupus in New England Journal of Medicine
...gnosis and compared them with samples from matched service
personnel without the disease. "In patients with lupus, we found that their natural defense system just continued to produce more and more abnormal responses--autoantibodies--up until the time they were diagnosed with the disease," said Judith James,...
The American Geological Institute's Distinguished Service Award to be presented to Edward C. Roy Jr.
...ly to a geoscientist in recognition of outstanding service
to the Institute and to the geoscience profession. "Ed has made, and continues to make, innumerable contributions to the Institute and our programs, and his guidance throughout the years has been invaluable," says Marcus E. Milling, AGI Executive D...
WSU scientist part of study seeking vaccines to combat potential bioterrorist attack
...k back to what the anthrax scare did to the postal service
and you can realize how frightening a situation this can be." The Midwest Center is a group of eight universities, including Wright State, which received funding from the National Institutes of Health. The University of Minnesota is the principal in...
Edward C. Roy Jr. to receive Ian Campbell award
...ly to a geoscientist in recognition of outstanding service
to the Institute and to the geoscience profession....rvant, was known for his candor and integrity. His service
to the profession touched virtually every facet of the geosciences. Campbell was President of the In...
Scientists develop advanced sensors for biological agent detection
...or Security is part of the Homeland Security Alert service
that includes market insights on Encryption and Network Security, Explosive Detection, Radiation Detection, Personal Protection, and other security-related topics. Executive summaries and interviews are available to the press....
JCI Table of Contents, 1 October, 2003
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Manual, low-tech method for 2nd trimester abortions found safe and effective
... the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center for this service
between January 1998 and September 2000. The patients' average age was 23.4 years, with an average gestation of 16 weeks. Doctors performed manual vacuum aspiration on 73 women and electric vacuum aspiration on 37 women. There were no significant...
Envisat observes resurgent ozone hole
...Y). KNMI has plans to resume its ozone forecasting service
using the latter instrument. And in 2005 the first of the three-spacecraft MetOp operational meteorology system will be launched into polar orbit. MetOp will include a next-generation ozone-monitoring instrument called GOME-2, intended to guarantee ...
Snowy plover 'nursery' success earns Resource Stewardship Award
... California for its research, education and public service
missions. Coal Oil Point Reserve has a beach area that is popular with students and local residents for its good surfing and unspoiled landscapes. In the summer of 2001, a single snowy plover chick was seen near a recent dune restoration project, pro...
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