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'Immediately open access' option for the leading journal Genome Research

...providing those scientists with the opportunity to publish in an established, high-profile journal, while continuing to offer timely public access to the cutting-edge genomic science contributed by all our authors." Genome Research is an international, monthly, peer-reviewed research journal publishing geno...

Delay in cutting the cord helps premature babies

...times in full-term infants in process and plans to publish it soon....

Wendell Berry to give 'Renewing Husbandry' lecture during scientific meetings in Seattle

...nd: The Collected Stories." Shoemaker & Hoard will publish his new novel this fall titled, "Hannah Coulter." The title of his presentation on Nov. 2 is "Renewing Husbandry." The Annual Meetings of the three Societies will be held Oct. 31 to Nov. 4, at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Seattle, ...

Diabetic damage to eyes, heart, nerves, kidneys may be explained by controversial theory

...ty School of Medicine in St. Louis. "Being able to publish the online appendix finally gave us the room we needed to respond to everyone's concerns." Williamson's theory focuses on the energy-producing compound's reversible transformation between two forms, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) and NADH...

IRCM scientist demonstrates basic active mechanism of immune-system cells

...hes cliniques de Montral (IRCM), and his team will publish the results of a study that could revolutionize the treatment of autoimmune diseases, such as juvenile diabetes, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis. Contemporary medicine has to date achieved only mixed results in dealing with these diseases, which affe...

Not finding life? Dig deeper.

...t reached it yet." The Arizona researchers will publish their findings as a letter in the Nov. 19 issue of the journal Science. Maier's co-authors include UA researchers Kevin Drees, Julie Neilson, David Henderson and Jay Quade and U.S. Geological Survey paleoecologist Julio Betancourt. The project...

New report offers recommendations to spur interdisciplinary research

...for researchers from different fields to interact, publish interdisciplinary journals, and recognize excellence in interdisciplinary research, the committee said. The report calls on undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to actively seek out interdisciplinary experiences, and to pursu...

Chromosome 16 publication fulfills DOE's human genome commitment

...me Project sequencing sites, known as the "G5," to publish scientific articles describing each of the human chromosomes that they originally committed to sequence. DOE's commitment entailed chromosomes 5, 16, and 19, all sequenced by JGI, representing 11 percent of the human genome. The Nature paper delves ...

Mothers speak: Physicians often fall short when delivering a down syndrome diagnosis

...s of children with Down syndrome. Skotko will soon publish a companion paper in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology summarizing responses from women who received the Down syndrome diagnosis prenatally. He also has conducted the same pair of studies in Spain to get a cross-cultural perspective. ...

US government list of cancer-causing agents grows

... of the Department of Health and Human Services to publish the report every two years. Six substances have been added to the "known" category: Hepatitis B virus (HBV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) are viruses that cause acute or chronic liver disease. They are listed in the report as "known human carcinogens...

Not-for-profit publishers call NIH public access rule a missed opportunity

...harm the scientific societies that peer review and publish a significant portion of the articles based on NIH... research." "These societies and the journals they publish have acted as responsible stewards of the scientific and biomedical literature for more than 100 yea...

BioMed Central welcomes the new National Institutes of Health public access policy

...take into account when choosing where they wish to publish their research. To fulfil the NIH request, authors... can be submitted to archives. Those who choose to publish in any of BioMed Central's Open Access journals, which cover all areas of biology and medicine, are ...

International HapMap consortium expands mapping effort

..., and the International HapMap Consortium plans to publish its comprehensive analysis of this data later this year. The second phase of the project will provide researchers with a denser map that will enable them to more precisely narrow gene discovery to specific regions of the genome. The effort to expand...

Falling canopy ants glide home

...e Kaspari, and biomechanics expert, Robert Dudley, publish an amazing observation: canopy ant workers (Cephalotes atratus L) jettisoned from branches 30 m above the ground, glide backwards to the trunk of the same tree with incredible accuracy. This is the first published account of directed gliding in win...

Educators in Pennsylvania and North Carolina earn top 2004 Mentoring Awards from AAAS

...sting his students in their efforts to present and publish their work." Sankar's current and former students, like Cynthia Waters, Ph.D., describe him as "a highly energetic person" who inspires everyone around him. William Nelson Martin Jr., Ph.D., said that Sankar helps students imagine a better future. "A...

Virginia Tech patents advance microprocessors, vaccines, vision, vibration control, more

... are the experts, faculty members and students can publish their research in a timely manner, Lee said. Power Electronics Patents The first two patents licensed to IPPF, for a "Step-Down Buck Converter with Full Bridge Circuit (6,757,184)" and for a "Multiphase Clamp Coupled-Buck Converter with Magnetic In...

'Hobbit' fossil likely represents new branch on human family tree

...ue ancestral species, according to researchers who publish their results online this week in Science. Scientists at Florida State University; Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis; the University of New England, Australia; and the Indonesian Centre for Archaeology, Jakarta authored the new pa...

Hydrogen and methane provide raw energy for life at 'Lost City'

...e mid-Atlantic. This week in Science, researchers publish for the first time findings about the gases produced at Lost City and the organisms that make their living off them. Both are so different from so-called black-smoker hydrothermal vents that they may provide a whole new avenue for looking for the ear...

Understanding biological foundation of human behavior critical to improving laws

... the legal academy. The fact that it has agreed to publish this article signals the growing legitimacy and influence of the field of law and behavioral biology," Chris Guthrie, associate dean for academic affairs at Vanderbilt Law School, said. "We are fortunate to have the country's leading law and behavio...

Wiley forms book publishing partnership with American Institute of Chemical Engineers

...they have signed a multi-year agreement to jointly publish books in chemical engineering and industrial chemistry under a new, co-branded imprint, effective April 2005. Under the agreement, Wiley and AIChE will co-publish 10-15 books a year in the broad field of chemical engineering, including books in proc...

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