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Yale cell biologist, Ira Mellman, one of three Americans honored by EMBO

...ientists elected to its membership for 2005. EMBO elects members annually on the basis of their proven excellence in research. Over 1,200 of Europe's foremost researchers have been recognized by EMBO for key work as the very best in their field, and 38 members have received the Nobel Prize. Only 60 investi...

Sontra Medical and HortResearch form partnership to develop sports performance technology

... for the sports performance field. If HortResearch elects to license the technology, Sontra will receive a license fee consisting of a $500,000 cash payment and equity worth $500,000 in a new company that HortResearch will form to develop and commercialize the technology. SonoPrep is a small, battery-powere...

Leading scientists elected to EMBO ranks

EMBO elects new members annually on the basis of scientific excellence. Its membership comprises over 1,200 of the world's finest researchers. The latest scientists to join the fold come from 14 different countries and represent a broad cross-section of the mole...

2 UCSD physician-scientists named to Association of American Physicians

...tries. Each year, the Council of the Association elects 60 new members. This year, 67 inductees were announced at the AAP national meeting in April. Finn was recognized for her pioneering research regarding the mechanisms behind the development of asthma and other inflammatory lung diseases. Finn is e...

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(Date:8/27/2014)... DURHAM, N.C. -- When we want to listen carefully ... talking. The second thing we do is stop moving ... unwanted sounds generated by our own movements. , This ... deep in the brain. Indeed, indirect evidence has long ... somehow influences the auditory cortex, which gives rise to ...
(Date:8/27/2014)... release is available in German . ... is the most common inherited disease affecting the peripheral ... the Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine and University ... Schwann cells is impaired in rats with the disease. ... layer known as myelin, which facilitates the rapid transfer ...
(Date:8/27/2014)... fishing traps are lost or abandoned each year in ... traps, which continue to catch fish, crabs, and other ... to habitat, fisheries, and the watermen who depend on ... newly published NOAA study. , The report, published in ... of its kind to examine the derelict fish trap ...
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