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Raw food vegetarians have low bone mass

... involve using micro MRI to get a 3-D look at bone architecture and structure. Those studies could begin soon. In the meantime, Fontana isn't telling people to follow such an extreme diet. "I think over the long term, a strict raw food vegan diet could pose some health problems," he says. "But it's not my role to...

Researchers model brain's electrical storm during a seizure

...tic partial differential equations to describe the architecture of the brain. This same class of equations is used to spot trends in the stock market, weather, or other complex systems that could be affected by random events. They simulated the hyperexcitation of neurons in a portion of the brain and found that ...

Early learning leaves lasting changes in brain, Stanford owl study shows

...arly learning can have long lasting effects on the architecture of the brain." Knudsen's new work, published Dec. 19 in the online edition of Nature Neuroscience, relies on a well-understood region of an owl's brain. This area creates a spatial map out of the sounds an owl hears, such as the squeaking of a mouse ...

New Jersey Institute of Technology pioneers new way to teach engineers

...ring coaching and mentoring. It was first used in architecture schools, Foulds notes, but he adapted and appropriated it for engineering. One recent afternoon in Foulds' freshman design class, students worked happily in teams, building surgical robots. Foulds darted from team to team, coaching the students on t...

Engineered stem cells can home in on tumors and deliver drug payload in mice

...h, says Andreeff. "Tumors constantly remodel their architecture with the help of these special stem cells." Andreeff, first author Matus Studeny, M.D., who was a research fellow in Andreeff's lab, and a group of six other researchers turned the tables on cancer, taking advantage of a tumor's ability to attr...

ESA gives green light to funding for GMES

...pproving 30m for preparatory activities comprising architecture studies, ground segment design and initial definition studies for the five "sentinels" which will be the backbone of the future European Earth Observation System to monitor the environment. These activities will pave the way to the decision to be tak...

A bird 'language' gene pinpointed

...g will aid research on how genes contribute to the architecture and function of brain circuitry for singing in birds. Among the lead researchers was neurobiologist Erich Jarvis, Ph.D., of Duke University Medical Center and Constance Scharff of the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics in Germany. Co-first...

Stevens' Cattabiani helps link doctors, hospitals worldwide

...althcare experience." Technically, TIMA software architecture has embraced Next Generation Internet designs and the ability to make full use of emerging Grid Computing capabilities. "The mobile application of that platform, TIMA Mobile," says Cattabiani, "possesses all the capabilities of the static enterpri...

MRI shows back trouble may begin before puberty

... pain. Disc degeneration may alter the mechanical architecture of the back, predisposing to muscle and ligament sprains and strains, as well as arthritis of the spinal joints. This points out that disc degeneration is not necessarily associated with back pain, and may begin in early childhood. "There is no his...

Dyslexia may involve both vision and hearing

...ng such methods early, we could change the brain's architecture so that the children could process sight and sound normally." He said the finding provides a basis for the effectiveness of a method called the Orton-Gillingham approach that relies on the use of sight and sound together to teach reading. Wallace sa...

Scientists develop technique that uses ultrafast lasers to obtain hi-quality images of brain tissue

..."Beth felt that current methods to reconstruct the architecture of regions of the brain were simply tedious and inaccurate in comparison with the rapid assays for genes and proteins brought about by the revolution in molecular biology. The technique we have developed makes it possible to take a chunk of tissue a...

San Diego chemist wins national award for innovative drug design

...only did we successfully recreate their diabolical architecture in the lab, but along the way we discovered myriad new reactions that are useful to organic synthesis in general." A native of Cyprus, Nicolaou said his pursuit of chemistry "was inspired by an outstanding high school teacher." He left the Mediterran...

Symphony of memory formation revealed

...amic activity within the brain structure's complex architecture orchestrates memory formation. Details appear in the Jan. 24 edition of the peer-reviewed journal Science. The researchers used extremely high-resolution functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and software developed at UCLA's Ahmanson-Lovelace ...

Bone microarchitecture can significantly deteriorate in one year

...ine Society in San Francisco shows that trabecular architecture -- the structural network inside bone -- can deter...an important new finding as the loss of trabecular architecture occurred despite the fact that these women had only modest bone mineral density (BMD) loss. In the ...

New hearing test simulates noise of real world

...lead to interesting questions about the acoustical architecture of classrooms," she says. Litovsky will present more of these findings Thursday, June 6, at the annual Acoustical Society of America conference in Pittsburgh. In the future, Litovsky plans to work with children who are born deaf and who receive coc...

Fantastic Voyage -- Filled buckeyball now a step closer to becoming a drug-delivery device

...enes, creating a novel family of molecules and the architecture for a new field of chemistry. These filled fullerenes (metallofullerenes) are now being developed as improved MRI reagents, and other non-medical applications. But the idea of using the 60 to 80-atom hollow carbon molecules for drug delivery is what ...

Researchers identify for the first time proteins vital to maintaining nervous system architecture

... that certain proteins maintain the nervous system architecture after the developing body lays down the wiring pattern. The finding may someday lead to a better understanding of some neurological diseases but, for now, is changing neuroscientists' fundamental understanding of nervous system anatomy. The investiga...

Seattle researchers uncover structure of blood-clotting protein involved in most common form of hemophilia

...t the atomic level - the researchers uncovered the architecture of a region within factor VIII called the C2 domain. This particular region of the protein harbors many functional genetic mutations - and corresponding structural defects - responsible for hemophilia A. "A huge percentage of the total function of th...

Novel neural net recognizes spoken words better than human listeners

...ntal rethinking of a long-underperforming computer architecture led totheir achievement. The system might soon fac...stems."Remarkably, USC's neural net system uses an architecture consisting of just 11neurons connected by a mere 30 links. According to Berger, who has spent years...

New test can better uncover hidden breast cancer

...ble, if cancer cells do not have a typical shapeor architecture or if there are very few such cells in a lymph node, the cancermight go unnoticed. The new test significantly improves on the standard methods to detect cancer inthe lymph nodes. It requires a mix of two substances, called antibodies. "Theseantibodie...

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