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University of Leicester geologists demonstrate extent of ancient ice age

... named 'the Early Palaeozoic Icehouse' by Dr Alex page and his colleagues in a paper published as part ... of Leicester, Department of Geology, Alex page and his colleagues Jan Zalasiewicz and Mark ... cooling during the Early Palaeozoic Icehouse. page commented: "These fossil fuel-rich deposits ...

FCO and GSSC Team to Create World's First Self-Authenticating Passport

... Belgian passport, has added an optical decoder page in the passport opposite the data page. When placed over the photo, the decoder page verifies the presence of GSSC's Scrambled Indicia ... "Oberthur's innovative production of a decoder page puts the tool right into the hands of passport ...

Scientific evidence of health problems from past contamination of drinking water at Camp Lejeune is limited and unlikely to be resolved with further study

... epidemiologic studies related to solvent exposure can be found in Box 2 on page 8 of the report. Some health outcomes reported by former residents of the ... kidneys, and nervous and immune systems. The findings are in Table 1 on page 10. The absence of other diseases and disorders from Table 1 indicate ...

Protein analysis methods, viral vectors featured in Cold Spring Harbor Protocols

... approaches using polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE). Blue-native page (BN-PAGE) allows a range of protein complexes to be visualized. When combined with sodium dodecyl sulfate page (SDS-PAGE), the procedure can resolve the complexes and their subunits by ...

Far-reaching genetics topics to be addressed: 2009 Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, March 25-29

... click on the "Registration" link on the left side of the page and then click "Register Now". On that page click "Register" to begin the registration process. Select "Press" as the ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Dec. 17, 2008

... Resources: ACS Office of Public Affairs creates press room page on Twitter Save the Date ACS's 237th National Meeting in 2009 ... Journalists' Resources ACS Office of Public Affairs creates press room page on Twitter The American Chemical Society's Office of Public Affairs (OPA) ...

'Webcam' from Space: Envisat observing Wilkins Ice Shelf

... of the ice shelf available to the public via the 'Webcam' from Space web page in order to monitor the developments as they occur. The Wilkins Ice ... images are updated automatically on the Wilkins 'Webcam' from Space web page and placed in an animation to allow visitors to spot changes between ...

Deep heat solution to 500-million year mystery

... fossils (published in the November issue of the journal Geology ) Alex page and his colleagues Phil Wilby, Sarah Gabbott and Jan Zalasiewicz, of the ... picked out intricate details such as gills, guts and even eyes. Alex page said: "This provides a whole new theory for how fossils form. The deep ...

ISU researchers find possible treatment for spinal muscular atrophy

... the cover story on this month's issue of the journal RNA Biology . Their research (link to research) is the most downloaded story on the RNA Biology page of the Web site Landes Bioscience. Spinal Muscular Atrophy affects 1 in 6,000 to 1 in 10,000 children born every year. One in 40 people are ...

Aware, Inc. Announces Q2'09 Earnings Conference Call

... CFO Rick Moberg will host the earnings conference call. This call is being webcast by Thomson and can be accessed on the Investor Relations page of our website at www.aware.com/ir . The conference call may also be heard by calling 719-325-2122 at least 10 minutes prior to the call start ...

Midget plant gets makeover

... of this fast-growing, tiny mustard plant reside in a vast database dubbed the Arabidopsis Information Resource (TAIR), which has over 1.6 million page hits each month. The TAIR group, headed by Dr. Eva Huala at Carnegie's Department of Plant Biology, just released a new version of the genome ...

Stanford's Woods Institute awards new round of Environmental Venture Projects

... throughout the world. Principal Investigator (PI): Douglas Bird (Anthropology). Co-PIs: Rebecca Bird and James Holland Jones (Anthropology), page Chamberlain (Environmental Earth System Science), Katharine Maher (Geological and Environmental Sciences), Tadashi Fukami (Biology). ...

Scientists work to plug microorganisms into the energy grid

... The key to ending the food versus fuel debate is unlocking the sugars trapped in cellulosic biomass. To do that, some scientists have taken a page out of the playbook of the pharmaceutical industry. Pharmaceutical companies routinely use a process known as high throughput screening to rapidly ...

Searching for pollution in the Caribbean

... at the pre-selected sites. Then the different layers of the sediment are examined and analyzed in the laboratories. "Each layer is actually like a page of history," Dr. Sanchez-Cabeza said. "Nuclear techniques allow us to read that book, and the story written in the sediment." "In this project we ...

Brain protein central to both Parkinson's, drug addiction identified

... Parkinson's disease." Tieu initiated the study while a post-doctoral research associate in the laboratory of Serge Przedborski, M.D., Ph.D., the page and William Black Professor of Neurology at Columbia University and a corresponding author. They chose to study how the brain handles a chemical ...

Aware, Inc. Announces Q1 '09 Earnings Conference Call

... and CFO Rick Moberg will host the earnings conference call. This call is being webcast by Thomson and can be accessed on the Investor Relations page of our website at www.aware.com/ir . The conference call may also be heard by calling 719-325-4808 at least 10 minutes prior to the call start ...

Supply Chain Council Seminar Focuses on Defense and IT

... seminar attendees led by Joseph Francis, Executive Director of SCC. Find the complete program and registration information linked from the home page of www.supply-chain.org and www.SCORlabs.org . About Supply Chain Council and SCOR The Supply Chain Council is a non-profit ...

Researchers use brain interface to post to Twitter

... limit a manageable message length that fits locked-in users' capabilities, says Williams. Tweets are displayed on the user's profile page and delivered to other Twitter users who have signed up to receive them. "So someone could simply tell family and friends how they're feeling today," ...

New data on the breakdown of the KRas protein

... KRas, were published in the latest edition of the Journal of Cell Biology (184(6):863-79), where they merited an appearance on the front page of the journal and an editorial comment. This study is part of the doctoral thesis of Dr. Albert Lu and includes the participation of Dr. Oriol ...

Supply Chain Council Seminar Focuses on Defense and IT

... seminar attendees led by Joseph Francis, Executive Director of SCC. Find the complete program and registration information linked from the home page of www.supply-chain.org and www.SCORlabs.org . About Supply Chain Council and SCOR The Supply Chain Council is a non-profit ...

Latest research on children's issues featured at SRCD meeting

... plan to attend the meeting, please note that there is no registration fee for media. To register, visit the SRCD biennial meeting registration web page and create an account or log into your existing account. Enter BiMtgPRESS2009 into the Promo Code field when prompted to ensure that you will not be ...

Cancer Genomics Browser gives cancer researchers a powerful new tool

... accessing and visualizing genomic data. Created by Kent as a tool for exploring the human genome, the UCSC Genome Browser now averages one million page requests every week. It displays data and annotations in linear tracks that parallel the DNA sequences of the dozens of genomes in the browser. ...

Lobster traps going high tech

... He downloads and processes the data and then puts the temperature information on the eMOLT web site. Each lobsterman has his/her own personal web page to see the data from their own pots, while everyone including the general public can see the overall data collected each year. By 2000, results ...

American Institute of Physics announces awards for best science writing

... "SNEEZE!" follows nine kids who each discover a different reason for sneezing. It is a story told on two levels. Open the book to almost any page and you will find author Alexandra Siy's easy-flowing writing wrapped around her carefully-lighted black-and-white photographs. At times poetic and ...

2 genes influence social behavior, visual-spatial performance in people with Williams syndrome

... are confounded by the visual world around them, however: Asked to draw a bicycle, they will show all the parts, but strew them randomly across the page (see figure). This strange mix of mental peaks and valleys drew Korenberg and Bellugi to the disorder. "Williams syndrome presents a unique lens ...

Anadys Pharmaceuticals to Present at the Roth OC Growth Stock Conference

... and ANA773 in hepatitis C and ANA773 in cancer. The presentation will be simultaneously webcast and can be accessed on the Investor Relations page of the Company's website at www.anadyspharma.com . Listeners are encouraged to visit the website approximately five minutes prior to the ...

Aware Announces Q4 and FY2008 Earnings Conference Call

... and CFO Rick Moberg will host the earnings conference call. This call is being webcast by Thomson and can be accessed on the Investor Relations page of our website at www.aware.com/ir . The conference call may also be heard by calling 719-325-4832 at least 10 minutes prior to the call start time. ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Jan. 7, 2009

... 202-872-6042 Fax: 202-872-4370 Email: m_bernstein@acs.org Journalists' Resources ACS Office of Public Affairs creates press room page on Twitter The American Chemical Society's Office of Public Affairs (OPA) has established a satellite press room on Twitter to increase ...

The gold standard: Biodesign Institute researchers use nanoparticles to make 3-D DNA nanotubes

... electronic and biomedical innovations. Yan and Liu are working in the rapidly proliferating field of structural DNA nanotechnology. By copying a page from nature's guidebook, they capitalize on the DNA molecule's remarkable properties of self-assembly. When ribbonlike strands of the molecule are ...

Web-based case studies help students develop career skills

... present students with virtual case studies via the Internet. These case studies contain a variety of components, including scripts, photographs, web page links, audio, and video. The purpose of these studies is to give students practical experience in solving many different scenarios, integrating their ...

Researchers compile 'molecular manual' for 100s of inherited diseases

... manual without carrying out experiments in patients." The catalogue, which is freely available on the Center for Biological Sequence Analysis web page ( http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/ ), should help physicians and researchers investigating many serious disorders, he notes. "It has been extremely ...

Smithsonian puts tropical eastern Pacific shore fishes online

... identify fish species using common name searches, or a tool that allows entry of information on a fish's location, shape and color. Each species' page includes text descriptions, photographs and maps of occurrence range. Highlighted text indicates salient features that distinguish one species from ...

Smithsonian puts tropical Eastern-Pacific shore fishes online

... identify fish species using common name searches, or a tool that allows entry of information on a fish's location, shape and color. Each species' page includes text descriptions, photographs and maps of occurrence range. Highlighted text indicates salient features that distinguish one species from ...

Bipolar disorder genes, pathways identified by Indiana University neuroscientists

... inconsistent." Dr. Niculescu compared the process to a Web search. "The process was similar to a Google approach, the more links there are to a page on the Internet, the more likely it is to come up at the top of your search list. The more experimental lines of evidence for a gene, the higher it ...

Evolution's new wrinkle

... the process of evolution toward improved fitness," said Rabitz, the Charles Phelps Smyth '16 Professor of Chemistry. "The data just jumps off the page and implies we all have this wonderful piece of machinery inside that's responding optimally to evolutionary pressure." The authors sought to ...

Medicare coding for maggots and maggot therapy

... coding guidelines for medicinal maggots and maggot therapy. Appearing in the September, 2008 edition of CPT Assistant (Vol 18, Issue 9, page 11), the coding advisors wrote: ". . . . [CPT code] 97602 may be [used to report maggot therapy], as it is a type of nonexcisional debridement. ...

NIH funds 16 Science Education Partnership Awards

... said NCRR Director Barbara M. Alving, M.D. "Projects include innovative and interactive methods that help explain the complexities of front page health and science topics, such as the role of diet and physical activity in health. Through these collaborations, students gain skills and engage ...

Aware Announces Q3 2008 Earnings Conference Call

... and CFO Rick Moberg will host the earnings conference call. This call is being webcast by Thomson and can be accessed on the Investor Relations page of our website at http://www.aware.com/ir . The conference call may also be heard by calling 719-325-4919 at least 10 minutes prior to the call ...

Nanotech and synbio: Americans don't know what's coming

... About Potential Risks and Benefits of Nanotechnology & Synthetic Biology, and available at: www.nanotechproject.org/n/synbio_poll . This page is limited access until the embargo is lifted. Login: synbio Password: advance Synthetic biology is the use of advanced science and engineering ...

NIH's Genes, Environment and Health Initiative adds 6 studies

... for NIH-supported, genome-wide association studies, which is available on NIH's Office of Extramural Research Genome-Wide Association Studies Web page at http://grants.nih.gov/grants/gwas/ . For researchers who want to view genome-wide association data produced by GEI, dbGaP offers two levels ...
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