Tag: "photo" at biology news

Mutating the entire genome

...ant mice with abnormally short limbs and tail (see photo with this news release)....

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- May 2, 2007

...ional Meeting in Chicago. Here is a special 3-page photo spread in which C&EN lifts the veil on this unseen world. http://pubs.acs.org/cen/science/85/8519sci6.html For reprint permission, contact: Michael Bernstein ACS News Service Phone: 202-872-6042 Fax: 202-872-4370 Email: m_bernstein@acs.o...

Post oak grasshoppers emerging

...e helpful. If possible, they should send a digital photo of the grasshopper so he can positively identify it. Behmer wants to use this information to begin mapping their location throughout the state and to create a database. He's also raising the grasshoppers in his lab, with Junek supplying nymphs she...

Horse genome assembled

... the animal's blood. To download a high-resolution photo of Twilight, go to http://www.genome.gov/pressDisplay.cfm?photoID=20008 . Twilight is stabled at the McConville Barn, Baker Institute for Animal Health, College of Veterinary Medicine, at Cornell University, with a small herd of horses that have bee...

Extreme life, marine style highlights 2006 ocean census

...ganic matter falling like snow from above. (CMarZ photo of menacing-looking, animals such as this amphipod, a small prawn-like crustacean, the supposed inspiration for the movie Alien. Oldest Census seamount researchers found a shrimp, believed extinguished 50 million years ago, alive and well on an un...

Focus on photosynthesis

...r the orientation of the cluster in the protein of photo system II, which gives four possible positions for the calcium. The scientists in the international group developed the EXAFS (Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure) measurement system further for their investigations. This determines exactly t...

USGS presents a world of science at GSA in Philadelphia

...scape Change in Pictures: The author will compare photo pairs of sites in southern Alaska showing spectacular scenes, and spectacular change, with imagery dating as far back as 1880. The pairs show that glacial retreat rapidly transforms the landscape. Bruce F. Molnia, PCC Auditorium Lecture Hall, 10:20...

BG Group and Conservation International launch Conservation through Photography Alliance

...nating conservation messages through international photo exhibits. CI and BG Group will partner with the I...avelling conservation photography exhibits. These photo exhibits will be held in several locations around the world in order to raise awareness about conser...

'Urban Wildlife Management' book something to crow about

... and special management considerations. The cover photo is a squirrel on the Texas A&M campus eating a candy bar out of a wrapper, he noted. Of interest beyond university classes, Adams noted, may be the job description for an urban wildlife biologist as cities become more aware of the need for such well...

Smithsonian offers new tropical biodiversity data and tools on the Web

...nder construction. Access to the STRI TM online photo data base is in the works, as is a major project to allow interactive searches of Eastern Pacific and Caribbean Shorefish. New bioinformatics site: http://biogeodb.stri.si.edu/bioinformatics/ Enjoy! Also check out our new canopy program site: ...

NIH funds 14 High-End Instrumentation grants

...n, a new positron emission tomography (PET)/single photo emission computed tomography (SPECT)/computed tomography (CT) scanner will facilitate cancer research at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Two cryo-electron microscopes will also be funded, including one at Purdue University that will be used to...

USGS Science at Ecological Society of America

...ers buried to assess long term change, and intense photo documentation procedures followed. Comparisons to other sites globally will provide a unique inventory of mountain summit biodiversity and will show the response to global climatic changes. Tuesday, Aug. 8 The influence of habitat and land use o...

Fundacin BBVA and IDIBAPS reassess the intermittent treatment efficiency against malaria

...e process. Parents were administered a card with a photo of the child for the child's identification during visits, and doctors insisted in the need to attend to the health centre if children fell ill. The safety of the treatment was registered with home care assistance after each SP dose, and a blood test...

African symposium to focus on how nature can help alleviate poverty

...ng program for African and Malagasy journalists; a photo training workshop; the launch of the International Council of Mining and Metals "Good Practice Guidelines for Biodiversity and Mining"; and the U.N. Environment Program's "African Environmental Outlook". Madagascar, renowned for its lemurs and other ...

WWF captures first-ever photo of wild rhino on Borneo

... up in a remote jungle has captured the first-ever photo of a rhino in the wild on the island of Borneo, Wo... we do know there are very, very few. To capture a photo of one just a few months after placing camera traps in the area is extraordinary." The rhinos in Sa...

Sandia tool speeds up environmental cleanup, reopening of contaminated facilities

...dia.gov . Sandia news releases, news tips, science photo gallery, and periodicals can be found at the News Center button....

Antarctic Treaty Meeting - Media opportunities

...ntactus if you would like a diary of interview and photo opportunities. ISDNradio facilities will be avail...remony. **Please note that you will need to bring photo ID (passport) in orderto gain admittance to the press conference/opening ceremony. Pleasearrive in g...

Satellite images obtained by AAAS program provide strong evidence of Zimbabwe repression

... location. Bromley obtained an archived satellite photo from DigitalGlobe and then directed the company to acquire a new high-resolution image with its QuickBird satellite. Once the satellite data files were converted to usable pictures, Bromley was able to manually count the number of structures in the 2...

Dan David Prize awarded to two leading American cancer researchers

...ing photographic technologies, including automatic photo booths. David spoke at the ceremony, praising both researchers for their contributions to the field of cancer and noting that 2002 Future Dimension recipient Professor John Sulston received the Nobel Prize for Medicine six months after receiving the...

Global team of scientists describes new genus of African monkey: First in 83 years

...f the need for a new assignment when I first saw a photo of the animal -- because it looks like a mangabey," said Sargis, an expert in the characteristics of primates. "But such appearances have been misleading in the past." The DNA of this monkey strongly suggests that its closest relatives are the widesp...

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