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AGU Fall Meeting - media advisory 4

...blic information officers of scientific societies, educational institutions, and government agencies: must present a business card. Note: Representatives of publishing houses, for-profit corporations, and the business side of news media must register at the main registration desk at the meeting and pay the appr...

University of Utah hydrogel plays critical part in organ 'printing' study

... As part of the grant, the studies must include an educational component that includes exhibiting and explaining the researchers' work in a museum. In Salt Lake City, the organ printing will be exhibited at the Leonardo at Library Square at the Salt Lake City Library....

US Surgeon General urges Americans to know their family health history

...to take part, they will be provided with extensive educational materials and support. "We hope to apply what we learn among employees to our patients and, ultimately, develop a model that can be used in other hospitals and health-care institutions across the nation. Our effort will identify obstacles to partici...

NJIT engineers use new technology to help children with cerebral palsy

... and development, the center will host a number of educational initiatives for NJIT students, children with disabilities and their families, added Foulds. These initiatives include online-information services, new graduate courses, and research projects conducted by students. Disabled students, both at the high ...

Information & communications technologies key to sustainable development in Africa: UNU

...lopment solutions in Africa. Implement a range of educational projects across Africa and set up a network to sho...sharing be it open standards, open software, open educational resources. The sharing of content also requires infrastructure to ensure better connectivity to the ...

Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh receive educational grant from HHMI

...gie Mellon and to offer talented students a unique educational experience," said Arthur S. Levine, M.D., senior vice chancellor for health sciences and dean of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. "I am very happy that HHMI has chosen our program as one of only 10 in the nation that meets its excepti...

2006 Ocean Sciences Meeting - Media advisory 1

...blic information officers of scientific societies, educational institutions, and government agencies: must present a business card. Note: Representatives of publishing houses, for-profit corporations, and the business side of news media must register at the main registration desk at the meeting and pay the app...

Hearing loss from chemotherapy underestimated

...sues for children. A 1998 study that evaluated the educational performance and social-emotional functioning of about 1,200 children with minimal hearing loss found that 37 percent failed at least one grade in school compared with the normal rate of 3 percent. They also had more problems with behavior, energy, st...

A distinguished program training the next generation of conservation scientists

... culture. By integrating research information into educational programs, park staff will be better able to connect with culturally diverse populations surrounding the park and can build a new set of stakeholders involved in park conservation. Crow White from Barrington, Illinois, and the University of California...

Grants will give developing world access to scientific research

...ir own high-quality research and develop their own educational programs in the environmental sciences. Helping the world benefit from Yale's wealth of expertise by extending access to information and resources is central to the library's mission." Published in the United States and Europe under copyright and wit...

2006 Ocean Sciences Meeting: Abstracts now online

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VCU researchers find risk factors for depression may be largely the same in men and women

...childhood anxiety disorders, marital problems, low educational attainment and low social support. "Initially, we thought that the pathway to depression through acting out behaviors such as conduct disorder and drug use and abuse would be significantly more important in men than in women. But we found that there ...

Penguins waddle but they don't fall down, UH researchers say

...h biologists at Moody Gardens, a public, nonprofit educational destination utilizing nature in the advancement of rehabilitation, conservation, recreation and research. "This study provides a unique opportunity to have direct access to an aspect of the natural world that would otherwise be inaccessible," Greg ...

The Euroscience Open Forum 2006 announces the conference programme

...nts through an extensive Career Programme offering educational workshops and seminars on career development, as well as a fresh look at the current job market situation and the alternatives available. Furthermore, through the ESOF2006 Exhibition and the numerous networking and social events, young participants h...

2006 Ocean Sciences Meeting: Press conferences planned

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WHSRN announces three new international sites

... research, monitoring, improvements, training, and educational activities; and site preference among grant-making agencies....

ESMO International Symposium on Prostate Cancer

...f a well-balanced and comprehensive scientific and educational symposium program. Topics will be selected based on the current issues facing the European oncology community. EIS Working Group Chair: Mario Dicato, Luxembourg EIS Working Group Permanent Members: Jos Baselga, Spain; Dirk Schrijvers, Belgium Tempor...

Finding life on Mars and outer space begins by examining Earth's inner space

...ogy, JASON scientists are linked to classrooms and educational institutions across the country for students to interact with JASON researchers in real time and see how they worked in the field. "The expedition engages students by having them learn directly from the scientists," said Caleb M. Schutz, president of...

2006 Ocean Sciences Meeting: Press Conference Schedule

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Language barrier just one roadblock to diabetes control for Chinese-speaking immigrants

... minutes with diabetes patients, so having written educational materials in the patients' language is paramount. ...ere is a general paucity of any culturally-focused educational materials written in the Chinese language. If any materials exist, it is often materials translated ...

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(Date:11/7/2014)... 6, 2014 Leading Biometric companies aim ... security revolutionizing online transactions.  Companies in focus today are: NXT-ID, ... BABA ), Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG ... (NASDAQ: EBAY ) and MasterCard Inc. (NYSE: MA) ... NXTDW), a biometric authentication company focused on the growing mobile ...
(Date:11/5/2014)... in the UTSA College of Sciences, is one ... receive a two-year $300,00 National Science Foundation (NSF) ... funding supports President Obama,s BRAIN Initiative, a federal ... that will demystify complex brain processes. , ... broken into the interactions of multiple components, each ...
(Date:11/4/2014)... University School of Medicine announced today that it ... funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. ... Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences; and Vice Chair of ... of Medicine will pursue an innovative global health ... to Assess Fetal Neurodevelopment.", Grand Challenges Explorations (GCE) ...
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