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Has cricket helped to unite South Asia?

...to win after Miandad's six. Factors such as venue, winning the toss, and batting first were not associated with outcome. These data suggest that in one day matches, Miandad's six inspired an improvement in Pakistan's performance or a decline in India's, or both, but this effect was small in test cricket, say...

Doolittle Award honors UH professor for outstanding research in polymers

...nce a $1,000 prize. Advincula co-authored the winning paper, "Adsorption Phenomena of Polyelectrolytes, Amphiphilic Block and Star Copolymers on Surfaces as Investigated by the Quartz Crystal Microbalance Method," with Mi-Kyoung Park, a UH research assistant, Stergios Pispas and Nikos Hadjichristidis fr...

Student builds micro biosensor chip to move DNA molecules

...leader among the nation's research universities in winning federal research and development grants. The opportunity to be involved in important research is one of the distinguishing characteristics of an undergraduate education at Johns Hopkins. The Provost's Undergraduate Research Awards program provides on...

Awards & fellowships presented in Hawaii

... the form of unrestricted research grants, and the winning teams will share $360,000. The 2004 winners, and the titles of their projects, are: Marie-Claude Amoureux and co-workers, Clarigen, Inc., Carlsbad, CA, USA, Control of the Formation of Biofilm and the Expression of Virulence Factors in the Mout...

'Paper of the year' winner announced

...could be from any source, not just THE LANCET. The winning paper, chosen by the journal's editors, is: Noah A Rosenberg (Program in Molecular and Computational Biology, University of Southern California) and colleagues' article Genetic structure of human populations, published in Science on Dec 20, 2002...

Telemedicine and e-learning put communities in touch

...d kilometres away. The other project is the award winning 'Espresso for Schools'; this UK-based e-learning project broadcasts multimedia content to the nation's students and teachers. Currently reaching 1750 institutions, the service goes out to over 400,000 users. Satellite technology is also the perfect s...

2003 winners of Collegiate Inventors Competition announced in NYC

...ed from fifteen finalist teams. Advisors for each winning team were also recognized for their contributions. The 2003 winners are: Grand Prize Winner, $50,000 Jamie Link, Smart Dust: Programmable Silicon Particles, University of California, San Diego Graduate Winner, $25,000 Rongchao Jin, Yunwei Charles C...

The statin wars: Why AstraZeneca must retreat

...DA approval in August and was launched last month, winning a 2% market share after only three weeks. [Tom] McKillop [AstraZeneca's Chief Executive] has pledged to do whatever it takes to persuade doctors to prescribe rosuvastatin, including launching an estimated $1 billion first-year promotional campaign. "...

INEEL researchers develop medical imagery breakthrough

... notified the winners in July and will feature the winning products in the September issue. Medical imaging often involves comparing side-by-side images to see if changes have emerged. But discerning minuscule differences between two pictures can be nearly impossible. Computers even struggle with the task, l...

UT Southwestern researchers, Nobel Prize winners share 2003 Albany Medical Center Prize

...ective new drugs to treat high cholesterol. Since winning the Nobel Prize, the researchers discovered a family of membrane-bound proteins, called Sterol Regulatory Element Binding Proteins (SREBPs), that regulate cholesterol synthesis and control the number of LDL receptors in the body. One of the SREBPs tu...

Chemical society convenes regional meeting in Lawrence, Kan., Oct. 23-25

...r commitment to science education. She has coached winning Science Olympiad teams at the local, state and national levels and expanded the resources available to her students through research grants and laboratory equipment purchases. Crowley also has been active in community outreach programs. Kristin B...

Virus that can infect both mice and humans is driven to extinction with cancer drug

...PNAS), and preceded by a Commentary by Nobel-Prize winning Professor Manfred Eigen from the Max Planck Institut fur biophysikalische Chemie, Goettingen, Germany, may ultimately lead to new ways to treat and eliminate viral infections. "We found that a specific chemical mutagen caused the virus to mutate so...

Preventing misuse of performance-enhancing substances a growing and difficult task

... who emulate professional athletes and also seek a winning advantage, Yesalis notes. A recent government study of adolescent drug use shows an alarming increase in anabolic steroid use among middle school youths from 1998-1999 with an estimated 2.7 percent of eighth graders saying they have used the drugs. ...

Firstborn: First risk for heart disease?

...onist path, giving them a determined, competitive, winning and aggressive attitude aspects frequently observed in subjects with a type A personality also known as coronary-prone.Type A personality is characterized as being hard-driven, easy to anger and highly motivated. The study suggests that primogenitur...

Calling all young minds 2002 AstraZeneca CNS awards program launched

...posal demonstrating their academic promise and how winning an Award will assist them in the advancement of their career. The proposals can cover a wide range of activities including: innovative research, educational efforts, travel, and materials. The decision of each award winner is made by an independent s...

Undergraduate conducts high-tech tests on dental enamel

...leader among the nation's research universities in winning federal research and development grants. The opportunity to be involved in important research is one of the distinguishing characteristics of an undergraduate education at Johns Hopkins. About 80 percent of the university's undergraduates engage in ...

Unergrad's invention may deliver life-saving medicine

...leader among the nation's research universities in winning federal research and development grants. The opportunity to be involved in important research is one of the distinguishing characteristics of an undergraduate education at Johns Hopkins. About 80 percent of the university's undergraduates engage in ...

Application deadline extended for new AstraZeneca neurology, psychiatry awards

...traZeneca. Award proposals must demonstrate how winning a Young Minds in CNS Award will develop the applicants career. The awards will be made in the following disease categories: Bipolar Disorder/Mania Depression Migraine Schizophrenia Stroke (acute) In addition to participating in the award recepti...

NHLBI launches sleep & children education program with Garfield the Cat as "Spokescat"

...d today that he did something wrong or silly. The winning entries were: "Kissed Nermal instead of my mirror," from Seamon; "Wore my gloves for shoes and shoes for gloves," provided by Powers; and "Fell asleep in my lasagna pan," submitted by Strohman. Each child received a large version of the Garfield...

New AstraZeneca awards program recognizes, supports future leaders in neurology and psychiatry

...salary support and materials) must demonstrate how winning a Young Minds in CNS Award will advance the applicants career. The awards will be made in the following categories: Bipolar Disorder/Mania Depression Migraine Schizophrenia Stroke (acute) Award recipients will also be sponsored ...

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