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UK scientists working to help cut ID theft

...ate IT systems. For example the use of fingerprint readers when paying by credit or debit card could make identity fraud more difficult. With a range of approaches and technologies available for biometric recognition and new ones constantly in development, the field is a fast moving one. Before investing i...

Reading ability protects brain from lead exposure

ST. PAUL, MN Lead smelter workers who are better readers have more protection against the effect of lead exposure on the brain than those who do not read as well, according to a study on the impact of cognitive reserve published in the July 31, 2007, issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American ...

Additional mammogram readers improve breast cancer detection

...he world. Ultimately, deciding on the number of readers needed to interpret a screening mammogram will depend on how many readers are available and which outcomes we seek, the authors write....

Scientific American launches innovative new version of magazine

...journalism that Scientific Americans three million readers have come to depend on. For well over a century, Scientific American has been where science and technology authorities have explained their work directly to the public, said John Rennie, Scientific Americans editor-in-chief. The new, reengineered v...

Journal of Nuclear Medicine's impact grows, remains consistently high over past 5 years

...n publishing clear and succinct papers and provide readers with essential articles on molecular imaging and nuclear medicine, said Schelbert. JNMs 2006 impact factor is its second highest rating in the past five years. During this time period, JNM has consistently remained in the top four of all nuclear me...

Cell Press announces new partnership with the American Society of Human Genetics

...eting teams at Cell Press. Authors of AJHG papers, readers of the journal, and ASHG society members will benefit from the partnership through the continued publication of high-quality content and expanded online access. This notable partnership with ASHG marks the first society-owned publishing agreement ...

Journal of Nuclear Medicine releases new research faster

...ance of print publication to bring new research to readers at the earliest possible date, according to SNM, an international scientific and professional organization dedicated to advancing molecular imaging and therapy. The June issues of both SNM publications can now be viewed online. "SNM believes it is ...

Researchers associate calories from newspaper dessert recipes with community obesity rates

...core "the importance of publishing recipes to help readers achieve and maintain a healthy weight."...

LA Times reporters receive Public Communications Award from American Society for Microbiology

... The "Altered Oceans" series prompted hundreds of readers to write letters to the editor, send emails or post comments at a discussion forum on the Times website. Reader interest was so great that Weiss is currently working on follow-up stories detailing how individuals and governments can ease the stress o...

Authors, illustrator win AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books

...er an understanding and appreciation of science in readers of all ages. The prizes are being awarded for in...ks for children and young people that engage these readers by being clever and entertaining, while teaching them about science in the process," said Alan I. Le...

Winners of the 2006 AAAS Science Journalism Awards

... what dementia does to the brain, but worried that readers would find the science too difficult at times unless I found a way to make the story very personal." Her story on the Rev. Bob Moore, who died in December 2005, combined science and biography in a gripping fashion. Craig Canine, who won for a freela...

NIH study finds MRI more sensitive than CT in diagnosing most common form of acute stroke

... and particularly acute ischemic stroke. The four readers were unanimous in their agreement on the presence or absence of acute stroke in 80 percent of patients using MRI compared to 58 percent using non-contrast CT. No significant difference using the two technologies was seen in the diagnosis of acute in...

Wiley acquires publications from Carpe Diem Communications

...lity control, regulations, and drug delivery. With readers in North America and Europe, PFQ has developed int...e publications to continue to grow and provide our readers with the important information they depend on to keep up with the latest technology advancements and...

A laser uncovers the logic of the stomata function

...rocess. It also provides the background to inspire readers outside their own immediate field to consider the cellular autonomy and cell signalling of many other light-induced processes....

PLoS ONE is launched by the Public Library of Science

...e is published, a conversation between authors and readers can begin. There might be a question about a metho... be offered for some of the results. In each case, readers and authors can respond to the addition, and everyone else can benefit from the resulting dialogue. ...

Committee review of stem-cell fraud finds editors followed all rules

...ur new procedures clear to authors, reviewers, and readers as they are developed," Kennedy said in an editorial response scheduled to appear in the 1 December issue of Science . "In responding to the recommendations, we are now moving to develop criteria for the 'risk assessment' template described in the R...

Springer to publish new journal Systems and Synthetic Biology

...print formats to serve the needs of librarians and readers around the world. All articles will be published online via Online First, a feature that allows authors to bring their work to the attention of their peers at a very early stage of the publication process. In addition, all potential SSB authors hav...

Dad inspired 'Jurassic Park,' son inspires 'Jurassic Poop'

..., full of facts and stories that are intriguing to readers five to 100. "When I saw my first coprolite ten years ago, I thought no way, how could something as soft as poop fossilize?," says Berkowitz. "But coprolites are found on every continent and from every geological time period. There's literally tons...

Winners of the 2006 AAAS Science Journalism Awards

... what dementia does to the brain, but worried that readers would find the science too difficult at times unless I found a way to make the story very personal." Her story on the Rev. Bob Moore, who died in December, 2005, combined science and biography in a gripping fashion. Craig Canine, who won for a fre...

Science survey ranks top Biopharma employers

...s as employers, based on 656 survey responses from readers of Science and other selected respondents. Thirty-two percent of the respondents came from outside the United States, primarily Western Europe, and 73 percent worked in private industry. Survey responses were analyzed by Senn-Delaney Culture Diag...

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