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Workshop suggests turning problems into biofuels

...Cutchen called for researchers to work together on formalizing the system's bioenergy efforts. "We need to look at where are other areas for biomass in Texas," McCutchen said. Other workshops examined fossil fuels for transportation, nuclear energy, electric power systems, energy efficiency and renewables an...

Improving livestock health, trade and human livelihoods in Africa

...rica. One key issue addressed local concerns about formalizing community-based animal health workers (CAHWs), people who are trained to assist with animal health care in rural areas in Africa where few veterinarians are willing to work. "The AU/IBAR team developed and applied a range of lobbying, advocacy, n...

Amid growing public concerns, bioscience firms begin formalizing ethical decision-making practices

... an array of complex ethical issues, are gradually formalizing systematic approaches to ethical decision-making, according to a two-year study by leading international ethics and bioscience researchers. Bioscience companies operations pose many ethical dilemmas. They produce and sell genetically modified foods,...

Ethical decision-making at bioscience companies

... and animal research), say that they are gradually formalizing systematic approaches to ethical decision-making, according to a study published in PLoS Medicine. Jocelyn Mackie and colleagues (University of Toronto and Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences) performed over 100 in-depth, face-to-face in...

Virginia Tech, TIGR sign memorandum for new alliance

...as well as TIGR's president. "We are excited about formalizing this working relationship. In addition to the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, we look forward to working with Virginia Tech's considerable capacity in translational biology and high-end computing that is important for molecular biology. Both insti...

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(Date:10/30/2014)... A UT Arlington bioengineering professor has received a ... aims to regenerate cartilage tissue and reduce osteoarthritis ... the injection of microscaffolding made of biodegradable polymers., ... of the bioengineering department, said the research is ... injured on the battlefield., "We,ve found that if ...
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