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New $35.5 million center for mind, brain and learning created at UW

...ike genetics, biotechnology and informatics, great strides are expected in the next decade, and we are poised to contribute substantially to this effort." Meltzoff added: "This center is unique in focusing on the important brain and behavioral changes in the first five years of life. That's where the mothe...

Auxin takes root

...to define a role for Nac1 in root development. The strides which Dr. Chua and his colleagues have made in delineating the pathway of auxin signaling represents a tremendous advance in the understanding of the molecular pathway of root development....

Energy department's Idaho lab teams with Russia to establish Ecological Biotrade facility

...l labs and the private sector, we are making great strides to redirect former Soviet weapons expertise towards peaceful activities," said Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson. "We are promoting scientific and commercial use of Russia's natural resources in a manner that is environmentally sound. The creation ...

NIH scientists unravel clues to ebola hemorrhaging

... hemorrhaging, the researchers have made important strides toward finding better ways to attack the virus. "We have been able to define the major Ebola virus gene that kills cells, and have provided a molecular target for potential new antiviral drugs and vaccines," states Dr. Nabel. This study also begins...

Molecular pathways to cancer

... Admission During the past two decades, enormous strides have been made in characterizing genetic alterations that occur as normal cell progresses to a cancer cell and becomes impervious to the constraints put upon cell division. There are several discrete steps that a cell needs to take in order to repli...

Formosan termite may be top concern of entomologists of the new millenium, according to report

... out that the scientific world has made remarkable strides in studying and understanding insects in the past half century. Better techniques of microscopy and advances in genetics have taken the discipline into a new era. Studied in their own habitats, insects remain some of the most fascinating creatures on...

Chemistry to play major role in solving 21st century challenges

...ecade of the Brain," were marked by major research strides in revealing how the brain and nervous system work. Future progress in neurological research will rely on chemistry for a better understanding of molecular pathways, interconnections among nerve cells and, ultimately, turning these discoveries into ...

New transgenic mouse likely to advance Alzheimer's disease research

...in, is expected to enable scientists to make major strides in understanding the role of tau tangles in this important group of neurodegenerative diseases, referred to collectively as tauopathies. A report describing the mouse, developed by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, appears...

UCSF Scientists Report On A Transcription Factor That Could Stimulate Heart Cells To Repair Damage Caused By Heart Attacks Or Birth Defects

...ccardiology and cardiac surgery we have made great strides in diagnosing andtreating the many profound defects that affect the pediatric heart. But when theheart muscle itself is damaged, right now there is nothing we can do." Principal investigator Harold S. Bernstein, MD, PhD is assistant professor ofped...

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