Tag: "will" at biology news
Census of Marine Life historians detail collapse of bluefin tuna population off northern Europe
...ng throughout the last century. We hope our work will
inspire a more precautionary approach to the manag... of sea surface temperatures in the Gulf of Mexico will
likely cause a change in the timing and location of spawning, the authors say. Companion research ...
Space-borne sensors help Africa tackle water shortage problems
...vailability and percentage of surface water, which will
allow for early flood warnings. The land cover change maps will
help the government look at past trends in terms of deforestation, reclaimed land and new settlement...
Improved NIST SRM aids lead poisoning detection
...SRM is 25 times lower than the DHHS 2010 goal, and will
enable the development of next generation clinical methods that will
be needed to accurately measure blood lead levels in children as progress is made toward eliminating...
How cells change the pace of their steps
...ncept in biology, but also provides new tools that will
allow us to make even more significant advances in...stelium, we are able to design mutant strains that will
permit us to dissect each component of the cell movement cycle, thus allowing us to understand the f...
National Ecological Observatory Network featured at ESA/SER Joint International Conference
... Inc. and colleagues from the ecological community will
present a detailed design update of the NSF-funded... Convention Center. Dr. David Schimel (NEON CEO) will
convene the session, provide a brief history of the project, and discuss the central NEON issues and...
ASM's new media campaigns take the gold
...evement in association communication campaigns and will
be presented at special ceremony during ASAEs annual meeting on August 11 in Chicago. MicrobeWorld Radio, which won the Podcast category, is a daily 90 second audio series designed to increase public understanding of the science of microbiology. Ea...
Universe's stringy birth revealed by young Czech scientist in EURYI winning project
...rticularly promising approach to string theory. He will
be conducting his research at the Institute of Physics Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic after receiving his award in Helsinki, Finland on 27 September 2007 with other 19 young researchers. EURYI is designed to attract outstanding young scien...
UC experts detail new standard for cleaner transportation fuels
... and has never been done before, said Sperling. It will
likely transform the energy industries. And the 10...with Californias vehicle greenhouse-gas standards, will
advance automobile technologies and contribute significantly to achieving Californias climate change...
Forecasting system provides flood warnings to vulnerable residents of Bangladesh
...at long-range flood forecasts, for the first time, will
consistently reach many rural individuals in Bangl...xt year or two, increasing numbers of Bangladeshis will
begin to receive 20-day forecasts, followed by one- to six-month seasonal forecasts. The team will...
ASU researchers partner with UOP to make biofuel for military jets a reality
...SU team in the School of Applied Arts and Sciences will
lead an effort to demonstrate the technical and ec...e. ASUs researchers Qiang Hu and Milton Sommerfeld will
screen for oil-rich algal strains, evaluate their potential as oil producers and develop an algal fe...
Identified mechanism in the malaria parasite to help it adapt to infected individuals
...andidate to develop a vaccine because the parasite will
still succeed in invading the red blood cell to co...hat more insight into the biology of this parasite will
allow us to design vaccines with a high likelihood of success....
Unlocking proteins from their cellular shell
...f stem cells are to provide hope for therapy, they will
certainly rely on the proper assembly of many cyto...ing specific cellular interactions. Future efforts will
focus in part on folding of cytoskeletal proteins that are targets of gene therapies and also on cla...
Unknotting DNA clue to cancer syndrome
... ends being capable of exchange the repair process will
also be more efficient. The drawback is that it's also more risky," Hunter said. Resolution of multichromosome Holliday junctions increases the risk of rearranging chromosomes, with chunks of DNA ending up in the wrong place. Such rearrangements ca...
Where broken DNA is repaired
... who led the study. "On a trip to Mars, astronauts will
be exposed to cosmic rays for as long as three yea... gathered in common locations in the nucleus, they will
most likely lead to chromosomal translocation, a process thought to play an initiative role in cance...
Biologists at Tufts University discover 1 reason why chromosomes break, often leading to cancer
...r the replication process. They expect the results will
be similar when tested in human cells based on previous research using yeast chromosomes. "What we did was take two of these regions of predicted high flexibility, plus a region near a cancer cell breakpoint and a control region, and test whether ...
Chickadee, nutchatch presence in conifers increases tree growth, says CU-Boulder study
...ho received his doctorate from CU-Boulder in 2004, will
become a biology department faculty member at the University of California, Irvine, in fall 2007. In the study, Mooney used mesh netting to exclude birds from ponderosa pine limbs in the U.S. Forest Service-managed Manitou Springs Experimental For...
Coelacanth fossil sheds light on fin-to-limb evolution
...ld have been about 18 to 24 long. The scientists will
return to the Wyoming site next summer to collect more samples. ...
Neurosciences and music meet in Montreal
...osciences and Music international conference which will
be held in Montreal (Quebec, Canada) from June 26th to 28th, 2008. The upcoming meeting will
be held in partnership with the BRAMS (International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research)...
COX-2 inhibitors delay pancreatic cancer precursors in mice
... of cancer death in America over 33,000 Americans will
likely die from the disease in 2007, according to ...onths, Dr. Eibl says the majority of KrasG12D mice will
develop pancreatic tumors. The UCLA researchers divided the mice into two groups one set received...
Phase II study of therapeutic vaccine shows efficacy in patients with metastatic colorectal cancer
...s like turning up your stereo in the hopes that it will
attract the police to your neighbors rowdy party, Harrop said. Harrop and his colleagues administered the vaccine to 17 patients with metastatic colorectal cancer just before, during and after the patients were treated with the standard chemothera...
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