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Kandel pays tribute to Hubel's and Wiesel's 25-year partnership and work in neurobiology & vision

...tion and a collection of their most vital research papers prefaced by newly written forewords that put their work in perspective with today's research), the two Laureates will describe the seeds of their partnership and chart how their work progressed from its beginnings in 1958 to its apex when both shared...

'Chemistry and Flavor of Hispanic Foods' one-day symposium, March 15

...and cooking properties. More than a dozen research papers will be presented during the one-day symposium, "Chemistry and Flavor of Hispanic Foods," on Tuesday, March 15, at the 229th national meeting of the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society. The symposium begins at 8:20 a.m. ...

CAS science spotlight identifies most requested article

...ir work. CAS Science Spotlight lets them know the papers that are heating up."...

2005 Wilmer Souder Award

...ong his spectroscopic achievements are outstanding papers on the analysis of coupled setting mechanismsfree-radical polymerization and acid-base reactions in resin-modified glass ionomers. Dr. Eliades has made important contributions to understanding molecular interactions and conformational changes of coll...

2005 Salivary Research Award

...y being meticulously and rigorously performed. His papers are a joy to read because of the completeness of his studies. As a result, the majority of his work has appeared in journals of the highest and first rank, including Cell, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Biochemistry, Journal of Cell Biology, and Pr...

Awards & fellowships at the International & American Association for Dental Research General Session

...DR. Nominations may be made by any person, and the papers to be chosen must describe work which has very significantly advanced knowledge in some aspect of dental research. Papers eligible for consideration are those published during the 12-month period (July-June) immediately preceding the IADR General Ses...

Breakthrough in medical research: New chemotherapy gives hope to brain tumour patients

...this landmark trial are published in two companion papers in this weeks' edition of the New England Journal of Medicine (publication date: 10 March 2005). Primary tumours originating in the brain account for less than 5% of all cancer diagnoses. However, brain cancer frequently affects previously healthy ...

Tobacco industry pays scientists to challenge secondhand smoke's link to infant death risk

...50,000 to $100,000 for this project. The company's papers reveal a concerted effort by Philip Morris to influence the paper's content and conclusions. When the author completed his first draft, he sent it to the company for review. The original conclusion stated that secondhand smoke increased the risk of S...

Three out of the four million newborn babies who die each year could be saved

...e 1% of newborn deaths in rich countries. The four papers in this series address a major gap in knowledge and provide new evidence detailing the causes of these deaths and the simple, effective interventions that are available to prevent them. The deaths of 10,000 newborn children everyday, largely ignored ...

Innovation prize finalists announced in 'Science of Better'

...tp://informs.org/Conf/Practice2005 The finalist papers will be published in the January, 2006 issue of the INFORMS publication Interfaces. Recent Edelman finalists can be viewed at www.scienceofbetter.org ....

How links with tobacco industry may have influenced the publication of research on second-hand smoke

... of Sydney, Australia) and colleagues reviewed 484 papers published in the journal since its inception in Ja...oard and the extent to which the journal published papers on environmental tobacco smoke that would be deemed favourable by the tobacco industry. They found ...

Unsafe water and poor sanitation causes 4000 children to die each day

...E LANCET. The article is the fifth in a series of papers summarising the key conclusions of the Millennium Project - a three-year independent advisory effort commissioned by UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan to review progress of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG). The MDG's commit the international comm...

Suicidal behaviour caused by antidepressants 'cannot be ruled out'

...dolescents. "The debate is not yet done, but these papers crystallise arguments that have been drifting in the ether these past months," says Kamran Abbasi, BMJ Acting Editor. "How many people who turned to 'happy pills' would not have done so if they had been fully aware of the potential harms?"...

Older doctors less likely to follow current standards of care

...study included a review of 59 previously published papers (comprising 62 individual studies) with a large sample size of doctors. These studies included measures of physician knowledge or quality of care and also included the time since the physician's medical school graduation or the physician's age. The r...

Boosting HIV screening can increase survival and is cost effective

... the same conclusions. "The publication of these papers represents a golden opportunity to jump-start the expansion of HIV testing services in the U.S.," said Yale lead author A. David Paltiel, associate professor of health and policy administration in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at Y...

PCBs, fungicide open brain cells to Parkinson's assault

...ore vulnerable to injury after exposures. In two papers published in the journal NeuroToxicology (Dec. 2004 and Feb. 2005), the group describes how polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) disrupt dopamine neurons, which are the cells that degenerate during the course of Parkinson's disease. Researchers also show...

Early HIV screening prolongs life and is affordable, Stanford study shows

...." Added Yale's Paltiel, "The publication of these papers represents a golden opportunity to jump-start the expansion of HIV testing services in the United States." Now that researchers have determined that routine screening should be done, the next question to be answered is how. Owens said he's planning a...

AACR recognizes women in cancer research

...aining and first authors of meritorious scientific papers selected for presentation at AACR Special Conferences, or the Annual Meeting. They must be members of Women in Cancer Research (WICR), full-time graduate students, medical students, residents, clinical fellows or the equivalent, or postdoctoral fell...

Poverty in Northern Ireland

...Queen's University of Belfast will deliver opening papers at the seminar and draw on their ground-breaking report, Bare necessities - poverty and social exclusion in Northern Ireland, and The bottom line: Severe child poverty in Northern Ireland shortly to be published by Save the Children in Northern Irela...

HIV vaccine trial breaks ground for future research

...erlands and completed in 2003, is described in two papers by the rgp120 HIV Vaccine Study Group, and Peter B. Gilbert and colleagues, which address the vaccine efficacy results and the immunologic responses of the study participants. The vaccine, produced by VaxGen, was a recombinant construct of the HIV en...

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(Date:4/14/2014)... Lower weight babies and babies who aren,t breastfed ... risk of developing chronic inflammation and related health ... study. , "There were good reasons to hypothesize ... inflammation in adulthood," says Thomas McDade (Northwestern University), ... in the Child & Brain Development program. "It ...
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