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American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Aug. 8, 2007

...ious biomedical applications, the study concluded, citing the need for further research on potential long-term toxicity. ARTICLE #2 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEToxicity of Luminescent Silica Nanoparticles to Living Cells DOWNLOAD PDF http://pubs.acs.org/cgi-bin/sample.cgi/crtoec/asap/pdf/tx7001959.pdf DOWNLO...

Multinational research: protecting ecology means understanding people, too

...o retire by the end of this year, Fitzgerald said, citing a Renewable Resources Foundation survey done in 2003. The report also said the interior department also will lose more than 60 percent of its program managers, the forest service will lose more than 80 percent of its entomologists and 49 percent of ...

Study could impact noninvasive treatment of cancer tumors

... Devireddy and Monroe plan to pursue this project, citing their teamwork as a driving factor in the effectiveness of their research and teaching. The benefit of having each other to cross-train our students also better prepares them for future careers in bioengineering research, said Monroe. ...

Cells selectively absorb short nanotubes

...bility remain an open question. "Published data citing in vitro (outside the body) toxicity are particularly inconsistent and widely disputed," writes biomaterials scientist Matthew Becker and his NIST colleagues. Public concerns surrounding the environmental, health and safety impacts of SWCNTs could de...

Institute for OneWorld Health hosts global health seminar at AAAS Annual Meeting

... the challenges and success that they experienced, citing specific examples from their own work. In the third session, "Creativity from the Outside: Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Responsibility," panelists will describe how they are applying business disciplines to improve livelihoods in many diff...

UTSA researchers examine effects of global warming on Antarctic

...e Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report citing the detrimental loss of sea ice sheets in the Arctic due to global warming echoes what many in the scientific community have been saying for years. Now researchers at The University of Texas at San Antonio's Department of Earth and Environmental Sc...

Researcher gives hard thoughts on soft inheritance

...s should be considered a form of soft inheritance, citing examples in both the plant and mammalian kingdoms. In doing so, he evokes the pre-Darwinian evolutionist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744-1829), a name that evolutionary biologists thought long ago left the stage, and .Soviet agronomist T.D. Lyse...

Science and security in the 21st century

... in the form of on-site inspections or sanctions, citing military and economic reasons. Instead, US representatives stressed the need for a voluntary code of conduct for researchers in the life sciences to prevent the nefarious abuse of biological and medical knowledge. In her article in the special issue ...

DNA: Bacteria's survival ration

...iscounted the significance of inorganic processes, citing the chemical stability of genetic material. If a thick layer of DNA were exposed to the sun, he said, only molecules at the top would break down chemically, while bacteria would eat the rest from the bottom up. Nevertheless, Finkel said, DNA remains ...

Embryos tell story of Earth's earliest animals

...nimals. Many scientists doubted the Nature report, citing a lack of evidence that something as soft as an embryo could survive long enough for fossilization to occur. "It appears these formations in China had the conditions that would have preserved animal embryos," Raff said. "Hopefully, the question abou...

Tree of Life project grows more leaves and branches

...contributions don't have to be science, she added, citing one page which includes origami figures. She also wants to improve the visualization tools associated with the Web site. The Tree of Life Web site has more than 4,000 pages and 10,000 pictures. It's hard to take in the enormity and depth of the tree ...

Kereos presents at AAAS, discusses nanotech-based disease diagnosis and treatment

...ionally, the recent American Cancer Society report citing early detection as one of the factors in the first ever annual decline in deaths from cancer underscores the importance of new approaches, such as the use of nanotechnology, to early cancer diagnosis. St. Louis biotechnology company Kereos is develop...

Science magazine invites science-education content for new HHMI-supported section

...wards to non-U.S. citizens, Kennedy and Cech note, citing National Science Foundation data. "Clearly," they conclude, "something is turning Kate and her classmates away from careers in science." Because HHMI would like to make it easier for great teaching to happen at all levels, the Institute is interested...

University of Delaware researchers develop cancer 'nanobomb'

...ciences come together to make this work," he said, citing cancer biology, physics, electrical and computer engineering and chemistry. "Interdisciplinary research provides for fresh perspectives and brings about new ideas, which is probably the way to go in the future." Funding for the research was provide...

National Institutes of Health renews Genomatix License

...fic results and expect a boost of new publications citing our tools." Genomatix was founded 1997 as a spin-off from the GSF - National German Research Center for Environment and Health. It developed a multilayer integrative approach aimed at understanding differential gene expression and regulation at the m...

Caloric restriction won't dramatically extend life span in humans: UCLA research

... shut off their reproductive system," said Phelan, citing a finding from his dissertation. A normal rodent reaches maturity at one month of age, and begins reproducing its body weight in offspring every month and a half. If humans shut off reproduction by severely limiting calories, "our reduction in wear a...

Energy management in cells may hold key to cancer defense

...e can only be achieved through open collaboration, citing partnerships between faculty and students, and between other institutes outside the Dartmouth community. Often referring to his laboratory as a classroom, Witters pointed out the integral roles played by Hurley and Dartmouth College undergraduate s...

Nitrogen in the air feeds the oceans

...f Hawaii with ironpowder. Capone counsels caution, citing studies that suggest large-scaleocean fertilization might eventually make the atmosphere moretoxic. But Capone's lifework has convinced research groups at theUniversity of Maryland and Woods Hole OceanographicInstitution to incorporate N2 fixation as...

Genes influence how heart failure patients respond to drugs

...nsure more patients would be helped, Johnson said, citing a serious international problem with both underuse and underdosing of the drugs. In the past five years, beta-blockers have become a standard part of the treatment for heart failure. Patients with the disorder have enlarged hearts that lose the norm...

Genome of deadly amoeba shows surprising complexity, evidence of lateral gene transfer

...ngineered aspects of its metabolism," says Loftus, citing the protist's loss of some genes and its apparent gain of other bacterial-like genes through lateral transfer. "This study will provoke interest in what secrets may lie undiscovered in the sequences of other supposedly 'simple' amoeba genomes." ...

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