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Learning a second language -- Is it all in your head?

...arning strategies for participants whom we predict will be less successful to see if altering the training paradigm results in more successful learning, Wong added. According to Warrier, Northwestern research professor of communication sciences and disorders, the researchers were surprised to find the HG ...

UCLA study links air pollution to clogged arteries

...eart attack or stroke. The researchers next step will be to convert the genes responses to the pollutant-cholesterol combination into a biomarker that will enable physicians to easily evaluate air pollutions effect on health, especially cardiovascular dise...

Females more prone to brain damage from alcohol abuse

... Future studies, including one funded by the VA, will examine the role that hormones play in response to alcohol withdrawal, include the possibility that the male hormone androgen exacerbates cell death in males. "What we're looking at now is the involvement of testosterone in mediating the cell death...

Call for EU to launch major project to map out all our proteins

...ll proteins) of an organism. Such an extensive map will be an essential base for the development and event...and ultimately in diagnosis. Mapping the proteome will also help resolve one of biologys more recent puzzles, which is why all organisms, from the simplest...

Researchers watch antibiotics, bacteria meet at atomic level

...hout a properly functioning RNA polymerase, a cell will die. RNA polymerase spends most of its working h...Artsimovitch said. If we can design new drugs that will prevent its movements, then we will immediately stop the action of RNA polymerase, and bacteria will...

Additional mammogram readers improve breast cancer detection

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

Success rates for prostate cancer depend on experience of surgeon

...atectomy, the chance that patients prostate cancer will reoccur goes down. The idea that more experienced surgeons perform more successful surgeries is a widely held belief. But there have been few data to support this idea, and it has not been previously shown whether a surgeons experience makes a lar...

Other highlights in the July 24 JNCI

...se and breast cancer. These additional analyses will be hopefully forthcoming from registries and data resources like those of the [Kaiser Permanente Northwest] group and might allow new insights into how to use menopausal hormone therapy with the lowest risk of negative effects and to the greatest adv...

Renewable energy wrecks environment

...owing enough biomass to meet global energy demands will wreck the environment. Ausubel has analyzed the amount of energy that each so-called renewable source can produce in terms of Watts of power output per square meter of land disturbed. He also compares the destruction of nature by renewables with th...

NCRR launches national network to connect investigators based at minority institutions

...nal Institutes of Health (NIH), announced today it will initially provide $9.5 million over three years to launch a Translational Research Network that will increase the opportunity for multi-site clinical and translational research among minority and other...

Drug protects brain cells in Huntington's disease model, researchers find

...rozvanny said. Thus, his future studies in animals will look at the effectiveness of TBZ given just after initial symptoms have developed. This situation simulates what would probably happen in a human trial, he said....

CTRC enrolls first patients in novel phase II study for sarcoma -- living virus destroys cancer cell

... This study is expected to yield information that will guide the late stage clinical development program ...bing any evidence of anti-tumor activity. REOLYSIN will be given intravenously to patients for five consecutive days. Patients may receive additional five-...

Secondary waste from chemical weapons stockpile disposal

...timates that millions of pounds of secondary waste will be produced before the stockpiles are fully destroyed; effective management of the waste will be critical for the timely closing of the disposal facilities. The report examines the requirements ...

Monell researchers find metabolic defect in liver that can lead to obesity

...ight loss in obese individuals. Future studies will guide development of such interventions by examining more closely the function and activity of the target enzymes....

Enzyme discovery sheds light on vitamin D

...in D therapy is partly dependent on how quickly it will be broken down, says Biochemistry Professor Glenvi...ging a single amino acid in the hydroxylase enzyme will cause it to take a completely different pathway. Although scientists have known for 25 years that th...

Naval Science and Technology Conference 2007

....ndia.org/meetings/7200 Where: The conference will be held at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, 2660 W...gin at 8:00 a.m. each day. Who: The conference will include several prominent panelists in their fields of expertise and keynote addresses by the follow...

University of Leeds strengthens China links in membrane and neurobiology

...ersity and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) - will act as a platform for the development of long term...e parties make this a formidable partnership which will have great benefits for the research and teaching on both sides. Future planned ventures include a...

Bumblebees make bee line for gardens, National Bumblebee Nest Survey finds

...ety's Journal of Applied Ecology, and the findings will help conservationists understand and hopefully address the factors responsible for declining bumblebee populations. During the National Bumblebee Nest Survey, more than 700 volunteers surveyed their own gardens plus one of six different countrysi...

Adult survivors of childhood leukemia exercise less, worsening high risk for obesity and illness

... cancer survivors to regain active lifestyles that will protect the patient in the long run....

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- July 18, 2007

...ut of making sandpaper by modeling how an abrasive will perform, while the electron microscope has been us...down to the nitty gritty of sandpaper This story will be available on July 23 at http://pubs.acs.org/cen/whatstuff/85/8530sci2.html FOR ADVANCE INFORM...

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(Date:4/17/2014)... ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. A credit-card-sized anthrax detection cartridge developed ... small business makes testing safer, easier, faster and cheaper. ... causes anthrax, is commonly found in soils all over ... illness in both humans and animals. The bacteria can ... to B. anthracis may occur through skin ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... bone marrow need to produce hydrogen sulfide in order ... a new study from the Center for Craniofacial Molecular ... USC. , Professor Songtao Shi, principal investigator on the ... the cells governs the flow of calcium ions. The ... results in osteogenesis, or the creation of new bone ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... and pathogens that devastate honeybees in Europe, Asia and ... do not appear to be impacting native honeybee populations ... researchers., The invasive pests include including Nosema microsporidia ... honeybees appear to be resilient to these invasive pests, ... control pests in Europe, Asia and the United States ...
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