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Soybean pest native to China detected in U.S. for first time

...eeded to see the tiny structures scientists use to tell them apart. In Wisconsin, soybean plants with aphid problems have now been reported from Grant, Rock and Kenosha Counties across the south to as far north and east as Waushara and Sheboygan Counties. Since the soybean crop is nearly mature, Wedberg s...

Caffeine in colas: 'The Real Thing' isn't the taste

...ning" The majority of people who drink colas can't tell whether a soda contains caffeine or not, according...d openly say why the caffeine is there. We should tell what the caffeine dose is. It's a case of knowing what you're getting and why. "The marketing par...

The ultimate pocket protector--radiation detection made easy

...s the gamma rays. The sandwich-sized sensor can tell the user about the presence of radiation in three ways-visually on a tiny display screen, audibly through an alarm, or tangibly through vibrations. Small enough to be worn on a belt, the dosimeter is discrete-a plus for Customs workers, and the avai...

UCSD chemists develop portable nerve gas sensor

...have a radio transmitter attached to them, you can tell how big the cloud is and where it is moving and re...e sensor can also be used as a dosimeter. "You can tell how much nerve gas an area has been exposed to," says Sailor. He says the main advantage of the s...

New treatment makes fruit juices safer

...od and Agricultural Sciences. Tasters could not tell the difference between fresh-squeezed orange juice and carbon dioxide-treated juice, Marshall says. An added benefit of the carbon dioxide treatment is that it also improves the appearance of fresh-squeezed orange juice. The process deactivates an en...

Childhood obesity focus of Washington conference Sept. 13-14

...on parents' perceptions of their children's weight tell us? what are successful strategies in dealing with childhood obesity? what is the latest cost of obesity in the U.S.? what are the new treatment strategies? what are new research studies revealing about obesity? what is the place of ...

Brown engineering and neuroscience group wins grant for brain study

... work in nanotechnology may be able to tell scientists more about how the brain works and may someday allow computer makers to supercharge electronic structures with human capabilities. The grant is unusual because it pairs the life sciences with the physical sciences,...

New research highlights concerns over children born through donor insemination

...th their country's laws by telling or intending to tell their child about its biological origins, yet many... routinely destroyed and parents encouraged not to tell the child or anyone else. The change in the law arose from findings on the welfare of adopted childr...

Farmers and GM crops should both impact farmland birds, Science study predicts

...e field trials will be very valuable, but will not tell us what will happen to bird populations. They are carried out on too small a scale. One considerable advantage of the methodology we have adopted is that it enables us to make predictions now rather than having to wait for the results of a three year...

K-State professor develops vaccine to stop liver abscess in cattle

...is important because there is no way to externally tell if cattle have abscessed livers, so every cow must be vaccinated. Liver abscess is a problem exclusively with feedlot cattle, which are fed high-grain diets to achieve rapid fattening before slaughter. Grain produces acid in the cow's stomach lining,...

Study appears to show why muscle decays mysteriously in cancer, AIDS, other illnesses

...r problems," Guttridge said. "We've had physicians tell us that if they could just make their cancer patients a little stronger and healthier, those patients would have a much better chance of responding to chemotherapy and fighting infections, as well as improving their quality of life." Tumor necrosis ...

Prions may play crucial role in evolution.

...pecifically, Sup35 recognizes special signals that tell the entire protein production machinery to stop when it is supposed to stop. Sup35 doesn't function in its prion state. As a result, the protein production machinery runs right through the "stop signs." This means that usually silent regions of th...

Driving differentiation of human embryonic stem cells

... "When an egg cell divides, it doesn't immediately tell its daughter cells to become nerve, brain or pancreatic cells," said Melton. "Rather, it first parses cells into the three general territories (germ layers)ectoderm, mesoderm and endoderm. And, our studies showed that the growth factors encourage cel...

UI researchers develop test indicating cystic fibrosis lungs are infected with bacterial biofilms

...lungs was communicating like a biofilm. That could tell us about the Pseudomonas lifestyle," said Pradeep Singh, M.D., UI assistant professor of internal medicine and a lead author on the study. Greenberg and his colleagues have spent much of the last decade studying the inner workings of biofilms. They...

Finding by Syracuse University and University of Michigan researchers reveals secret to mass extinction events

... time period don't show any change. But they don't tell you about seasonal variations in temperature." Ivany collaborated on the project with Kyger C. Lohmann of the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; and with William Patterson, assistant professor of earth scienc...

Researchers uncover secret to mass extinction events

...time period don't show any change. But they don't tell you about seasonal variations in temperature." Ivany collaborated on the project with Kyger C. Lohmann, U-M professor of geological sciences, and William Patterson, assistant professor of earth sciences at SU. She began the project at U-M in 1998,...

Researchers study oldest oak east of the Mississippi

...est, they are more interested in what the tree can tell them about the climate and ecology in the region over nearly four centuries. The region's oldest oak, felled during a 1998 storm, is one of 10 under scrutiny by environmental and plant biologists at Ohio University who do research in Dysart Woods, a...

Turning salt and water into wine

...get money out of them. Were waiting for someone to tell us the cheque is in the mail."...

Hopkins scientists show enzyme is key to hallmark of Alzheimer's

...he major player in forming plaques offers a way to tell if the structures truly are important in Alzheimer's. And if that's the case, the enzyme also offers a clear target for therapy," says research team member Philip Wong, Ph.D. The research is scheduled for presentation at this year's meetings of th...

Report on dietary supplements containing ephedra makes urgent call for research to develop dose guidelines, safety warnings

...roducts containing ephedra to lose a few pounds, I tell them that the products have caused strokes and other severe side effects, and ask them to consider if that is an acceptable risk," said Christine Haller, MD, lead author on the NEJM paper and a post-doctoral researcher in the lab of senior author Nea...

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(Date:10/22/2014)... October 22, 2014 Akeso Biomedical, ... for the treatment of bacterial infections, microbial biofilms, and ... joined its board of directors. , Dr. ... Systems at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT. ... since 1968. Dr. Sinskey also holds positions as Co-Director ...
(Date:10/22/2014)... Salamon HealthDay Reporter , TUESDAY, ... vitro fertilization (IVF) are only about half as likely as ... technique, new research indicates, and the racial disparity persists even ... 31 percent of white patients became pregnant after IVF, compared ... than 4,000 IVF cycles over two years to tease out ...
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(Date:10/22/2014)... HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Oct. 21, 2014 (HealthDay ... working for NBC News in Liberia has cleared the ... at Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, where he had been treated ... blood test confirmed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and ... R.I., NBC News reported Tuesday night. "Recovering from ...
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