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Georgia Tech computer program designed to halt pandemics installed in Georgia

...s to a large clinic or for a frightened patient to fill out a form could mean life or death for thousands or millions of people. Now researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a computer program, based on a clinical model created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to help U.S. state,...

European Columbus laboratory for ISS ready for delivery

... ceremony and the media programme are requested to fill in the attached form and return it to the ESA Media Relations Division....

PITT's McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine presenting new research at World Congress

...ells left behind after surgery but that also would fill in the dimples and sometimes quite significant indentations that are common after tumor removal by surgery or radiation," said Howard D. Edington, M.D., a faculty member at McGowan, who also is associate professor of surgery and surgical oncology at ...

NIH holds state-of-the-science conference on multivitamin/mineral supplements, May 15 - 17, 2006

...etplace offers an increasing number of products to fill that desire, it is important that consumers have t... and to provide guidance about how NIH can help to fill those gaps....

Five Spanish hospitals in international phase III trial with H5N1 influenza pandemic vaccine

...red by the vaccine. Furthermore, participants will fill in a monitoring card during the week after the administration of each dose, where the potential side effects that could appear, such as pain in the injection area or fever, frequent after any type of vaccination, will be noted. This study has been ap...

Expanding waistlines triggered by your genes

...l or in the real tissue of mouse. This finding may fill a gap between conventional 2-D cell biology and 3-D tissue function. These findings shed new light on adipocyte biology and possibly will provide novel therapeutics to prevent the progression of obesity. The researchers will continue to work on the ...

Whale bubble nets, saxophone sounds, ultrasonic laser

...mentary press badge to attend all sessions. Please fill out the reply form if you are interested in attending the meeting and/or receiving a copy of the book of abstracts when it becomes available. For media inquiries during the meeting, please feel free to contact Ben Stein ( bstein@aip.org , 301-209-309...

World's tiniest test tubes get teensiest corks

... example, for cancer treatment. Scientists want to fill the teeny tubes with drugs and inject them into the body, where they will seek diseased or cancerous cells, uncork and spill their therapeutic contents in the right place. "After making the nano test tubes, we saw the potential for them to be used fo...

ACS weekly press package — May 1st, 2006

... Public Health in Baltimore,Md., now have begun to fill existing knowledge gaps by studying theconcentrations in municipal sludge of triclocarban (TCC). This topicalantiseptic is a common ingredient in many antibacterial personal careproducts, and primarily soaps. In a report scheduled for theJune 1 issu...

US hearing health, better telephone speech

...meeting, or both, should reply to this message and fill out the form at the end of this release. WEB PRESSROOM WITH OVER 25 LAY-LANGUAGE PAPERS Even if you can't make it to the meeting, the ASA World Wide Press Room ( http://www.acoustics.org/press ) now contains more than 25 lay-language papers on som...

ACS weekly press package May 8, 2006

...t the University of Texas at Austin are helping to fill that knowledge gap by reporting combustion efficiency figures for various steam/air/fuel combinations using a special model. Their report, scheduled for publication in the May 17 issue of Energy and Fuels, may help make smoke suppression in industria...

Mice lacking key immune component still control chronic viral infections

...nized backup that is similar enough to step in and fill the void left by its absence. If so, that backup may become a new focus for efforts to design antiviral vaccines. "This surprising finding contradicts a long-held belief about control of viral infection: that the immune system must have MHC Class I ...

UGA researchers propose new hypothesis on the evolution of hot springs microorganisms

...began to emerge on Earth. "Our study helped us to fill a significant gap about the evolution of Crenarchaeota," Zhang said. "The results show that the biomarker is not unique to the low-temperature environment. On the other hand, all known high-temperature (>158 F) Crenarchaeota don't have this bioma...

US gov't approves multi-million $ wild bird avian flu surveillance network

...redness and Response Unit. "The GAINS program will fill an important role in supporting the activities of the Food and Agriculture Organization, as well as the World Health Organization. We're pleased to work with WCS and our international partners on this vital effort." "The Global Avian Influenza Netwo...

Science researchers catch an early bird

...une 16, 2006, issue of the journal Science , help fill in the avian family tree and suggest that today's birds may have gotten their start in aquatic environments. The five well-preserved fossils of Gansus described in Science include nearly complete skeletons consisting of three-dimensional, mostly un...

Early bird caught the fish: Fossils depict aquatic origins of birds 115 million years ago

... "Gansus is very close to a modern bird and helps fill in the big gap between clearly non-modern birds and the explosion of early birds that marked the Cretaceous period, the final era of the Dinosaur Age," said Peter Dodson, professor of anatomy at Penn's School of Veterinary Medicine and professor in P...

Engineering electrically conducting tissue for the heart

... after a short delay that allows the ventricles to fill with blood, the AV node releases the impulses, which move through the ventricles causing them to contract. In this way, the beats of the atria and ventricles are synchronized. Investigators led by Douglas Cowan, PhD, a cell biologist in Children's De...

NHGRI announces latest sequencing targets

...oviding, for the first time, comprehensive data to fill gaps in our understanding of animal and fungal evolution. Recent research has shown that some genes in the human genome that are responsible for early animal development arose much earlier than thought, in some cases in single-celled organisms. There...

Titans of biodiversity science call for united, authoritative voice to inform decision-makers

...ve biodiversity science and governance forward, to fill the gap between science and policy, and to find new ways of resolving the biodiversity crisis. We call upon all scientists interested in biodiversity science to get involved, and seek the participation of their government, in these consultations. ...

Preventing ventilation induced lung injury depends on giving the right number of 'sighs'

...this way: "Imagine you have two balloons which you fill by pumping in air. Now imagine you have only one balloon, and you must drive the same volume of air into the one balloon as you did into two," Bates explained. The same thing happens in the lungs. When parts of the lungs are no longer working, it pla...

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