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Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, September 2004
... latest technologies. Findings and recommendations will
be presented at a conference planned for December ... implications for glass chemistry. The work, which will
be featured an upcoming issue of Physical Review Letters, may reveal more about the nature of matter...
Complex cells likely arose from combination of bacterial and extreme-microbe genomes
... "New computational tools and comparative analyses will
undoubtedly find instances in which the evolutionary record will
need to be set straight," said James Rodman, a program officer in NSF directorate for biology, which...
New genetic hypothesis for the cause of autism
...del. Their hypothesis, and evidence to support it, will
be published September 8, 2004 in the online editi...e American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A, and will
be available via Wiley InterScience at http://www.interscience.wiley.com/journal/ajmg . The role o...
Sandia experiments may reduce possibility of future water wars
...The Sandia-placed sensors and computer simulations will
tell researchers how to grow crops still more effi...itional quality of the hydroponically grown plants will
be determined by Clint Loest, a professor of animal nutrition at New Mexico State University, whose ...
Maine-based biophysics institute gets funding for first US-based 4Pi nanoscale microscope
...lled at The Jackson Laboratory, the 4Pi microscope will
enable the IMB researchers to examine specific str...itful collaboration with the physicists in the IMB will
reveal many as yet unsuspected discoveries of value to the medical community." The National Science ...
UCLA molecular biologists uproot the tree of life
...rn more about the organisms that came together, we will
learn more about their genetic background. The ring will
lead to a better understanding of eukaryotes."...
Smac-ing back at cancer cells
...owever, he said, further studies in his laboratory will
concentrate mainly on using Compound 3 as a prototype treatment for cancers. The researchers are currently testing the molecule's effects on an array of cultured cancer cells. They also plan to begin testing the compound in animal models of cancer, t...
Second call for proposals for the European Young Investigator Award
...ternational level for the long term. A EURYI Award will
give young researchers the opportunity to establis...researchers from anywhere in the world. Each award will
last for a five-year period and will
include the salary of the award holder and funding for an indep...
Screen siblings, parents of infants with severe heart abnormalities
...stic, as a significant number of these individuals will
develop symptomatic disease later in life, and could require catheter or surgical procedures on the heart," Towbin said. The infants' severe heart defects included congenital aortic valve stenosis, coarctation of the aorta and hypoplastic left hear...
Computer scientists at UH developing 'nurturing' computers
...N, Sept. 7, 2004 Imagine a day when your computer will
be able to let you know if you need a break, alert...of up to several feet from the subject, a computer will
be able to monitor the actual health of its user during computer use. "Most people often wait unti...
New evidence of radiation risk in childhood leukaemia
...a conference in London today (Tuesday 7 September) will
hear how ground-breaking research is now providing... to be the case in our mouse studies." Dubrova will
be discussing the potential implications of his results for the estimates of genetic risk for humans...
Extreme stretch-growth of axons
...If we ramp up the stretch rate too fast, the axons will
snap." From this the team surmises that in nature animals must grow at a metered pace, which allows for constant feedback and conditioning. It has been well established that axons initially grow out from neurons and follow a chemical stimulus to co...
Do genes respond to global warming?
...l on Climate Change predicts that greenhouse gases will
increase global temperatures by 3.6 degrees F by 2100--a rise unprecedented over the past 10,000 years. While the effects of climate change on species' geographic range and population dynamics are increasingly understood, scientists know little about...
Fossils reveal direct link between global warming and genetic diversity in wildlife
...mescale. And our expectation is that other species will
also show genetic responses to warming. Whether these effects are reversible may have to do with life history and how connected populations are, and for many species that remains to be seen."...
Common cold virus can cause polio in mice when injected into muscles
...of eradicated polio" he said. Results of the study will
be published in the Sept. 6, 2004, issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Until now, it has been widely accepted that Coxsackievirus and poliovirus cause distinct illnesses because they bind to different docking sites, called r...
Rising childhood leukaemia incidence prompts conference
...tion from a rise in incidence, a London conference will
hear (Monday 6 September). "The marked disparity b...s known about the cause," Professor Michel Coleman will
tell experts at the first international scientific conference on the causes of childhood leukaemia. ...
Genetic map of important tree genes outlined
... levels," Strauss said. "But advances such as this will
narrow the gap between the scientific research we ...ng able to compare its genetics to those of a tree will
greatly speed genetic research with trees, Strauss said. It also indicates that the large majority o...
Research suggests unborn children may be at risk from environmental pollution
...l experts from Europe, America, Asia and Australia will
converge on London to discuss this and a wealth of...days of the conference. Many of the usual suspects will
be covered including radiation, parental smoking, viruses and air pollution. But other concepts tha...
In a world of distortion, archer fish learn to judge absolute size of aerial prey
...oked at the aerial world during an underwater dive will
have marvelled at the distortions in apparent size, shape, and position of aerial objects. In a new study, researchers have shown that archer fish can learn to cope with these strongly viewpoint-dependent distortions, and this ability enables the fis...
How do you mend a broken heart?
... grant for cardiovascular research. The scientists will
investigate the ability of heart muscle to repair ... help the tissue rebuild. This team of researchers will
build on her findings and use the collective expertise of the group, to develop and study human cell...
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