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New genetic tools provide clues to the effects of exercise and diet on obesity, diabetes
...mic and proteomic techniques has given researchers new
clues for the interaction between exercise and die... obese women. We feel that this discovery provides new
insights into the primary deficits in muscle metabolisms which underlie the progression of obesity-r...
Bovine genome completed
...nd milk production and to help researchers develop new
strategies for protecting cattle from disease. Med...with the human genome sequence in hopes of gaining new
insights into human health and disease. The province of Alberta has already invested more than $1.5...
New Military Biomaterials R&D Center to hold first meeting
NEW BRUNSWICK/PISCATAWAY The new
Center for Military Biomaterials Research (CeMBR) ...ck, Md., is the program office for the CeBMR. The new
center has already established partnerships with the U.S. Army Institute for Surgical Research, the ...
CERN to host EnviroInfo 2004
...ch will be an essential element of the LHC, CERN's new
particle accelerator currently under construction and due to start operation in 2007. CERN's progress in information technology often contributes to improvements in other fields. This is the case, for instance, of the UNOSAT project, an internet-base...
Interactive health information system to detect Japanese encephalitis in Asia
...rces. "This solution will break new
ground in public health in India by providing dist...va system is able to quickly spread the word about new
vaccines as they become available. ...
Old bones unearth new date for giant deer's last stand
investigation into extinctions caused by climate change has revealed that the giant deer, previously thought to have been wiped out by a cold spell 10,500 years ago, instead survived well into the modern era. University College London (UCL) scientis...
Bugs in the gut could play key role in understanding human disease and drug toxicity
...with the body could lead scientists and doctors to new
a understanding and novel treatments for diseases ...interactions, this knowledge ultimately leading to new
approaches to the treatment of disease. " Professor Ian Wilson, from Astra Zeneca, and one of the re...
Toward a better understanding of taste and smell impairments
... of increasing importance to medical research. The new
grant will enable a multidisciplinary team of basi...ained from the studies will form the foundation of new
approaches to avoid or overcome the sometimes debilitating effects of chemosensory dysfunction. ...
U-M scientists see ubiquitin-modified proteins in living cells
... be degraded, but another protein to be moved to a new
location," Kerppola says. "We're interested in lea...roteins into amino acids the cell recycles to make new
proteins. "Jun's function in the nucleus is transient and time-dependent," Kerppola says. "I...
Yale scientists find cooperative RNA switches in nature
...Yale reported in the journal Science identifies a new
riboswitch (RNA regulatory sequence) class in bacteria that operates as a rare "ON" switch for genetic regulation of the three proteins in a glycine processing system. "This seems like something only a biochemist can appreciate, but what it really me...
Society for Psychophysiology Research
...and research, instrumentation and methodology, and new
directions and standards in the field. THE THOUGHT-TRANSLATION-DEVICE (TTD): STATUS AND FUTURE Niels, Birbaumer, University of Tbingen, Germany A "Thought Translation Device" is making it possible for people completely paralyzed by Lou Gehrig's di...
T cell's memory may offer long-term immunity to leishmaniasis
...at caused the disease. Their findings encourage a new
approach to creating a vaccine against leishmanias...t work with leishmaniasis. "We have found that a new
form of long-term memory T cell will, if stimulated, turn into the sort of helper T cells that media...
HHS awards $232 million in biodefense contracts for vaccine development
...S Secretary Tommy G. Thompson today announced four new
contracts totaling more than $232 million to fund development of new
vaccines against three potential agents of bioterrorism: smallpox, plague and tularemia. The Nation...
MIT: Recycling of scrapped electronics studied
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--MIT researchers have developed new
metrics for assessing the performance of firms tha...ke a pound of recovered plastic and use it to make new
components than to use it as roadbed filler." The quality of the recovered material determines it...
New risks for bladder cancer identified by MIT team
...T researchers and colleagues have identified three new
chemical risk factors for bladder cancer in a stud...in the United States every year. All three of the new
carcinogens, however, were also found to be risk factors for bladder cancer in nonsmokers. Although ...
Experts present new research on hot topics in aging at GSA's annual meeting in Washington, DC
...s developed a half-day workshop to introduce their new
report, "Older Americans 2004: Key Indicators of W... the data. The presentations will be highlight the new
and revised indicators, discuss some of the important trends that have emerged, review the strengths...
Taking the next step toward growing our own fuel
...rs into fuels and other value added products. The new
theme is the seventh to be chosen for the Institut... inside already has begun. Lewin said that the new
IGB research theme, led by Hans Blaschek, will address one of the most critical problems facing our ...
Sedentary overweight people get insulin boost from short term exercise; CVD risks trend down
...e on whole-body insulin action." Braun added: "The new
finding is that the beneficial effect of exercise (in the short-term) appears to be mediated by a subtle mismatch between energy intake and expenditure. So, the 'exercise' effect can be opposed by adding back the energy expended during exercise. The ...
US Agency for International Development awards $34 million to Virginia Tech
...ars. During Phase III, Virginia Tech will initiate new
IPM activities through competitive grants for regional pest management programs, as well as for pest management problems of global concern. The second $17-million award makes Virginia Tech the lead institution and the management entity in the Sus...
Report: How 10 top new technologies will help world reach globally-agreed goals by 2015
... according to scientists and ethicists in a major new
report to the United Nations. Newly emerged diagno...of specific health-improvement applications the 10 new
technologies have today and are expected to produce in future. Examples include sequencing the genom...
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