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Neurosciences and music meet in Montreal

...ith the Montreal International Jazz Festival which welcomes some of the worlds greatest jazz musicians. Participants will have the extraordinary opportunity to attend exceptional concerts and be part of the contagious atmosphere of the Festival. The event offers an indoor program in the citys finest venues an...

Ocean observing contracts awarded to UC San Diego and University of Washington

...nning the OOI Network for more than ten years. JOI welcomes UCSD and UW as partners in this challenge. A final award for the coastal and global scale nodes of the OOI is expected in August 2007....

Wellcome Trust and GlaxoSmithKline announce partnership to target drug-resistant hospital infections

...a is a rapidly emerging public-health problem. GSK welcomes this collaboration with the Wellcome Trust to evaluate the potential of part of our existing antibiotics portfolio against these pathogens. Virtually no novel-mechanism antibacterials are in development to address this rising need. Gram-negative ...

Landmark study highlights complex genetic risk factors behind type 2 diabetes

...esearch Manager at Diabetes UK, said: "Diabetes UK welcomes these exciting findings. Its important to remember that Type 2 diabetes is a genetic condition and not just associated with lifestyle factors. This discovery will help us get closer to unravelling the genetics of the condition. If we can understand m...

NIH establishes Center of Excellence for influenza research at Mount Sinai

... and Surveillance in New York City. Mount Sinai welcomes this high honor bestowed by NIAID for our influenza virus research and recognition of our teams hard work, said Adolfo Garca-Sastre, Ph.D., principal investigator for research at Mount Sinais Center of Excellence for Influenza Research and Surveillan...

BioMed Central launches BMC Systems Biology, a new open access journal

...ics at the University of Bath, UK. Professor Hurst welcomes the launch of BMC Systems Biology, "In systems biology the devil is in the detail and the details are, to say the least, numerous. An open access outlet both with unlimited space, be it in the paper or in the vital supplementary information, and a r...

Faculty of 1,000 biology launch Pharmacology & Drug Discovery Faculty

... at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla. He welcomes the development of the Pharmacology & Drug Discovery Faculty, "No one can keep up with the literature, so having colleagues point out the recent important advances in unfamiliar areas is enormously useful." Faculty head Paul Insel is Professor of P...

IUBMB selects Wiley to publish Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education

...nce." "It is with great enthusiasm that the IUBMB welcomes Wiley as the new publisher of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education," said Angelo Azzi, President-Elect, IUBMB. "In their professional hands, the journal will continue to develop as a valuable teaching instrument for biochemistry and molecular...

One-of-a-kind imaging probe reveals secrets useful for drug discovery

...dn't think about before," said Edison, who said he welcomes collaboration with other scientists interested in using the new probe. "For example, in mouse models of Parkinson's or Alzheimer's disease, there is not a lot of tissue to work with, especially if you're studying a sample from a single animal. But th...

Croatia becomes EMBL member state

...duct research on the highest level and continually welcomes visitors to participate in collaborative projects and cutting-edge meetings. Through its renowned PhD Programme and commitment to advanced training for scientists at various levels EMBL creates highly trained staff that is exported throughout Europe....

Stevens' CSW begins list of 100 Greatest Science Books

...hat book no longer be considered 'great'?" The CSW welcomes comments and suggestions regarding the first 30 selections which range from The Varieties of Religious Experience by William James to A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking as well as the next 70, yet to be named "We hope that readers will gra...

Stem cell research

Medicines Australia welcomes today's announcement by the Federal Government tha...et. "The pharmaceutical industry congratulates and welcomes this latest announcement by the Government of funding for medical research," said the Chief Executiv...

American Physiological Society honors 16 scientists with awards/distinguished lectureships

...n for early-career achievement. Editor's Note: APS welcomes members of the press to cover these distinguished researchers as well as presentations by leading physiologists at the 100 workshops and symposia -- and thousands of individual presentations -- on the latest physiological research. For the full progr...

Launch of BMC Veterinary Research

... David Eckersall of the University of Glasgow, UK, welcomes the launch of the journal, "BMC Veterinary Research will be greatly welcomed by the research community involved with advancing veterinary science and medicine. The benefits of Open Access publishing, which has proved so successful in human medicine ...

National Inventors Hall of Fame welcomes 2005 inductees

...nd innovation, the National Inventors Hall of Fame welcomes its latest class of inductees. Receiving the honor for 2005 are the inventors of items such as Valium, the solid-body electric guitar, frozen foods, and the photocopier. The 2005 group includes six living inventors who represent accomplishments spa...

Faculty of 1000 Biology launch ecology faculty

...e of three Heads of Faculty for ecology. He warmly welcomes the expansionof the service to include ecological research: "Faculty of 1000 Biology is a really wonderful tool to keep up with themajor advances in one's discipline, guided by experts in the field. This isthe answer to keeping up with the escalatin...

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

BioMed Central welcomes the announcement of the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) new public access policy. The NIH calls on all of its grantees to deposit articles resulting from their NIH-funded research in the National Library of Medicine's PubMed Central and make t...

European Union cites excellence of Hebrew University neural computation center

...on with our EU colleagues." The EU stated that it welcomes "the opportunity for young scientists to receive training" at the Hebrew University center and that the specific equipment and expertise that the center offers "should enhance the cross-fertilization of ideas and quality training and research across ...

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