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Universities collaborate to look at offshore wind power

...efficient production of clean electricity that can service the growing coastal population and create new jobs. Symposium topics include impact on the ocean's ecology, migrating birds, the local tourism industry, coastal development, noise, ship navigation and sustainability. The symposium will be held at t...

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- February 14, 2007

... available on EurekAlert!, the online science news service for reporters. ACS Chemical Biology is a monthly journal exploring cellular function from both chemical and biological perspectives. In addition to research papers and reviews, the journal also publishes "Spotlight" current research in chemical biol...

Educators in Georgia and Maryland earn top 2006 Mentoring Awards from AAAS

...ding record for mentoring students and significant service to the profession in a critical area of need," said Jean-Lou Chameau, the provost and vice president for academic affairs at Georgia Tech. The AAAS Mentor Award honors members of the Association who have mentored and guided significant numbers of ...

2006 AAAS Philip Hauge Abelson Prize awarded

...ied 1 August 2004, following more than 60 years of service to science and society. "Chuck Vest has epitomized Phil Abelson's view of the citizen-scientist," said Alan I. Leshner, AAAS chief executive officer and executive publisher of Science. "He is a leading voice in the ongoing conversation about the fu...

ACS News Service weekly PressPac -- Feb. 7, 2007

... available on EurekAlert!, the online science news service for reporters. ACS Chemical Biology is a monthly journal exploring cellular function from both chemical and biological perspectives. In addition to research papers and reviews, the journal also publishes "Spotlight" current research in chemical bio...

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- January 24, 2007

... available on EurekAlert!, the online science news service for reporters. ACS Chemical Biology is a monthly journal exploring cellular function from both chemical and biological perspectives. In addition to research papers and reviews, the journal also publishes "Spotlight" current research in chemical bio...

Rutgers College of Nursing dean authors a book on genetics and how it affects nursing and health

...in nursing curricula and in individual health care service divisions. "To provide the best nursing care it is essential that practitioners and students have a basic knowledge of genetics and how it affects the major areas of nursing practice," said Lashley, a West Orange, N.J. resident. "Genetic factors c...

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- Jan. 17, 2007

... available on EurekAlert!, the online science news service for reporters. ACS Chemical Biology is a monthly journal exploring cellular function from both chemical and biological perspectives. In addition to research papers and reviews, the journal also publishes "Spotlight" -- current research in chemical bi...

First time ever: Witness the fitting of a POWER KNEE on the first VA patient to receive one

...ehensive and holistic care to all injured military service members. Bob Gailey, PhD is admired by prosthetists and orthotists the world over for his groundbreaking workshops that teach amputees how to increase their mobility and make the most of their prosthesis When: Wednesday,...

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- January 10, 2007

... available on EurekAlert!, the online science news service for reporters. ACS Chemical Biology is a monthly journal exploring cellular function from both chemical and biological perspectives. In addition to research papers and reviews, the journal also publishes "Spotlight" -- current research in chemical bi...

University of York and Smith & Nephew unveil new collaboration

...ss to the latest laboratory equipment and seamless service from the world-class scientific expertise of the U... class partnership, which will offer an unrivalled service for problem solving, analytical method development and business support for the medical industry. In...

Nanotechnology: The story behind the headlines

...years of tracking U.S. and U.K. newspaper and wire service coverage of nanotechnology risks, work she did in collaboration with Brenda P. Egolf of Lehigh University. The event and live webcast will take place on Wednesday, December 13th at 10:00 a.m. in the 5th Floor Conference Room of the Woodrow Wilson C...

Supercomputing equipment to advance the frontiers of computational biology

...,024 dual processor compute nodes, 32 I/O nodes, a service node, a front-end node, and multiple terabytes of SAN-based disk storage. Announced in May 2006, the Computational Center for Nanotechnology Innovations (CCNI) is a $100 million partnership between Rensselaer, IBM, and New York state to create one ...

ASEAN endorses major initiatives to boost regional rice production

...dgebank.irri.org/ ), Asias first digital extension service in agriculture. The RKB is a repository of rice information contributing to the development of localized and integrated Web sites with credible, reliable, and demand-driven information for rice farmers. Developing the next generation of rice farmers...

TIGER workshop highlights project results

...ucts are currently being developed and operational service delivery is scheduled to commence in January 2007. Addressing one of the most threatened ecosystems on Earth, Muhammad Sani Adamu of the Lake Chad Basin Commission and Leon Schouten of Vexcel (The Netherlands) presented the GlobWetland project an ...

Wiley to acquire Blackwell Publishing (Holdings) Ltd.

... and humanities. Blackwell Ltd., the book library service and retailing business, is a separate entity and is not part of the acquisition. "The combination of Blackwell Publishing and Wiley, two of the world's most respected global publishers, is a rare opportunity with highly favorable, long-term strateg...

Edge density key to controlling gypsy moth spread

... county-level quarantine records as well as forest service data from more than 100,000 pheromone traps set along the expanding gypsy moth population front for their theoretical model. The pheromone trap data were collected from 1988 to 2004. They used a theoretical model to show how an interaction between n...

One signal elicits thousands of answers

...ective listings in other databases. An interesting service for scientists with widely varying expertise, not the least for tumour researchers because they have to investigate defects in cellular signaling which often occurs in progressed forms of cancer. The new technology will allow the search for new data ...

ESA joins UN climate talks in Kenya

... This operational forest and land use monitoring service is provided to the Ministries of Environment and Agriculture in Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain and Switzerland. Beyond Europe, services are provided for countries, including Indonesia, South Africa, Uganda and...

St. Joseph's provides tissue processing services to researchers in hopes of finding a cure

... ovarian tissue are also collected. Although the service is not new to many research facilities, St. Joseph's stands out from other centers across the country because Barrow Neurological Institute at St. Joseph's performs a high percentage of neurosurgeries and treats patients with rare disorders. This all...

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(Date:8/21/2014)... pancreas digesting itself resulting in severe abdominal pain, vomiting ... 20,000 patients are diagnosed with the disease resulting in ... is restricted to intravenous fluid and nutritional support. ... Sciences, who led the research, said "The major causes ... and excessive alcohol intake combined with a high fat ...
(Date:8/20/2014)... SALT LAKE CITY Researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) ... mutated forms of the gene that encodes BCR-ABL, the ... (CML). According to the American Cancer Society, nearly 6,000 ... , Drugs already in use, called tyrosine kinase inhibitors ... disease. They do not cure CML but control it ...
(Date:8/20/2014)... State University, the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and the ... Mycobacterium pinnipedii from skeletons found in Peru ... is a relative of the TB bacterium that affects ... These researchers assume that seals carried the pathogens from ... lions was unexpected" comments Sebastien Gagneux, from the Swiss ...
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