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Hush little baby... Linking genes, brain and behavior in children

... Conversely, infants with greater activity in the right half of the frontal cortex are temperamentally ... of the DRD4 gene who had more activity in the right frontal cortex were the least soothable and ... activity (that is, greater activation in left or right frontal cortex) may influence whether this gene ...

Ability to literally imagine oneself in another's shoes may be tied to empathy

... was associated with paying more attention to the right side of space. Previous research has found that ... the face is more emotionally expressive than the right side. Since the left side of the face would be on the right side of the observer, it is possible that ...

New center at Georgia Tech aims to improve recovery of soldiers with severe injuries

... developing delivery strategies that present the right biologic cues in the right place at the right time to promote functional regeneration of ...

Laughing hyenas, wailing levees, the sound of cheese and blaring bagpipes

... Bangs Underwater Icelandic Sage: Return of the right Whale Clogged Pipes Make a Special Sound ... 12) ICELANDIC SAGA: RETURN OF THE right WHALE The North Atlantic right whale, with only about 300-350 animals known to ...

In troubled economic times, BioSquare 2009 successfully serves as business and innovation starter

... in the current economic climate. Finding the right partners will be an even more critical factor of ... partnerships, and to know how to sign the right contract… By enabling biotech companies to ... need others to exist, grow and find the right market. Gilles Rubinstenn, Managing Director of ...

Right whale sedation enables disentanglement effort

... 2009, for the first time ever, a North Atlantic right whale that had been severely entangled in fishing ... employed this new technique." North Atlantic right whales are frequently entangled in fixed fishing ... boats. "The typical success rate for freeing right whales from fishing gear is about 50 percent due ...

Synthetic biology can help extend anti-malaria drug effectiveness

... of microbes developing resistance to it. right now artemisinin is grown by farmers all over the ... yeast strain. "We got it right the first time we tried it," Keasling said at his ... and sell it to companies that will produce the right kinds of co-therapies and enable them to compete ...

Abandon hope

... but rather the inherent virtue of "doing the right thing." For decades, say Vucetich and Nelson, ... for averting environmental disaster is not the right reason to live sustainably, what is? The ... as good in themselves and fundamentally the right way to live in the present, they explain. ...

McMaster researchers discover new mode of how diseases evolve

... how bacteria evolve to turn on just the right combination of genes in order to cause disease in ... a musical instrument you have to play the right keys in the right order to make music." With infectious diseases ...

Mama whales teach babies where to eat

... oscillations increase sea temperatures, southern right whales give birth to fewer calves because the ... their calves where to go for food. "Southern right whales consume enormous amounts of food and have ... eat in the same place. "North Atlantic right whales feed in similar patterns and scientists ...

Phoenix conference highlights TGen's and Scottsdale Healthcare's contributions to molecular oncology

... at the molecular level in order to provide the right drugs in the right amounts at the right times for the specific needs of individual ...

Rice University psychologist finds women's brains recognize, encode smell of male sexual sweat

... of the olfactory information. These include the right fusiform region, the right orbitofrontal cortex and the right hypothalamus. "With the exception of the ...

High numbers of right whales seen in Gulf of Maine

... A large number of North Atlantic right whales have been seen in the Gulf of Maine in recent days, leading right whale researchers at NOAA's Northeast Fisheries ... The NEFSC's aerial survey team saw 44 individual right whales on December 3 in the Jordan Basin area, ...

Our unconscious brain makes the best decisions possible

... we found that they almost always reach the right decision, given the information they had to work ... to consciously compute the percentages to get a right answersomething few people could do accurately. ... the test consisted of a few dots moving to the right within the jumble of other random dots, the ...

Snails and humans use same genes to tell right from left

... the genes used by humans to set up the left and right sides of the body. The finding, reported ... humans' superficial symmetry - our left and right sides appear to be mirror images - we are ... included - use some other mechanism to establish right and left. Fruit flies and nematodes are in the ...

U of MN study shows link between gene variations and cancer survival

... assessments and predictions for the right drug, at the right dose, for the right patient," Van Ness said. This approach offers ...

So-called 'sandfish' could help materials handling and process technology specialists

... its rightthat allows the animal to move its front right leg forward with little effort.Conversely, when the sandfish moves its upper body to the right a moment later, the sand on that side is ... a stable basis from which to push off its front right leg.The time displaced-movements of the lizard's ...

SNM releases new fact sheet on breast cancer and molecular imaging

... then target treatment. It is about delivering the right treatment to the right patient at the right time." Molecular imaging has the power to: ...

Scientists identify novel inhibitor of human microRNA

... in harnessing the power of miRNAs is getting "the right molecule into the right place at the right time" to regulate their function. "In terms of ...

Whale songs are heard for the first time around New York City waters

... of endangered fin, humpback and North Atlantic right whales have been recorded, according to experts ... discoveries to be made about the living world right here, right in our back yards." "With data generated by ...

Genes may make some people more prone to anxiety

... an anxiety-prone personality is a step in the right direction." Although a great deal more ... one day "it might be possible to prescribe the right dose of the right drug, relative to genetic makeup, to treat ...

Baseball diamonds: the lefthander's best friend

... to southpaws are pitching, first base and right field. For the positions, the advantage is the ... basemen were predominantly left-handed and most right fielders were left-handed," Peters says. "That ... a bias toward the lefthander in ballpark design. right field in most parks (just think of Yankee Stadium ...

Pacific coast turning more acidic

... of 900 to 1,000 parts per million, making it right on the edge of solubility for calcium carbonate-shelled aragonites, Hales said. If were right on the edge now based on a starting point of 310 ... research. Luckily, we have a fantastic laboratory right off the central Oregon coast that will allow us ...

Rockefeller University Press allows authors to retain copyright to their published work

... reversal in July 2000, when it gave authors the right to post their articles on their own Web sites ... that does not give the publisher an exclusive right to it. The terms of the new policy stipulate ... Rockefeller University Press are now granted the right to use the work in any way. All work published ...

New whale detection buoys will help ships take the right way through marine habitat

... for and help protect endangered North Atlantic right whales in New England waters. Building on ... auto-detection buoys to listen for the calls of right whales along the main shipping lanes into ... Marine biologists estimate that only 350 to 400 right whales remain in the North Atlantic. "North ...

Warning buoys for right whales installed along Massachusetts Bay

... Endangered North Atlantic right whales are safer along Massachusetts Bay's busy ... chance to avoid deadly collisions. The 10-buoy right Whale Listening Network ( ... -- is arriving barely in time for the beleaguered right whale. The species was hunted to the brink of ...

Shell-breaking crabs lived 20 million years earlier than thought

... Cretaceous period of a big crab with an oversized right claw. Such crabs with claws of different sizes ... curved tooth on the movable finger of the larger right claw. This was another specialized adaptation ... a new species, Megaxantho zogue. The large right "crusher" claw generated a great deal of force to ...

Three Dimensional Visualization of Right Ventricle Provides Important Information for Treatment of Patients with Tetralogy of Fallot, According to a Study in The American Journal of Cardiology

... -- Three dimensional visualization of the right ventricle provides important shape and volumetric ... and developing levels of obstruction from the right ventricle to the lungs known as pulmonary ... to determine that patients with TOF had dilated right ventricles compared to individuals with normal ...

Researchers to develop ocean sanctuary 'noise budget' to evaluate potential impact on marine mammals

... endangered species like the North Atlantic right whale. The ocean is a noisy place, said Sofie ... by marine mammals like endangered Northern right whales, and forms a critical feeding ground for ... the southwest corner, where endangered Northern right whales are congregating. The area is a primary ...

Neurons hard wired to tell left from right

... It's well known that the left and right sides of the brain differ in many animal species ... is concerned with language processing whereas the right side is better at comprehending musical melody. ... lines. "It's clear that the left and right halves of the brain process different types of ...

Northern right whales head south to give birth, leave genetic 'fingerprints' with NOAA researchers

... to warmer climates for the winter, many Northern right whales also head south in November and stay into ... (FWC), are primarily focused on locating right whale newborns and adults who have not yet been ... be added to an already extensive collection of right whale DNA, maintained at Trent University in ...

Early environment may be key to determining bird migration location

... Jamaica in two very different habitats that are right next to each other. One is a very lush ... of insects for the birds to eat, Studds said. right beside it is a fairly harsh dry habitat, with ... flying, some as far north as Canada, to find the right spring conditions for breeding. Where a ...

Science, not romance, controls mating at Smithsonian's National Zoo

... National Zoo, having a pair of animals with the right genetics is only half the battle in successful ... managing the animals and ensuring they have the right habitat for their needs are also essential to ... breeding. Sometimes two animals might be the right genetic match but moving them to the same ...

Jingle bells not merry for tone-deaf individuals

... related to processing musical pitch, namely the right interior frontal gyrus and the right auditory cortex, as compared to those who are ... Hyde. Cortical thickness differences in the right inferior frontal gyrus ...

Vitamin E trials 'fatally flawed'

... trials properly, make sure they are taking the right form of the vitamin, at the right levels and at the right time, and then verify the metabolic results with ...

Right breakfast bread keeps blood sugar in check all day

... If you eat the right grains for breakfast, such as whole-grain barley ... results show that low GI in combination with the right amount of so-called indigestible carbohydrates, ... can be moderated in a similar way by eating the right grain products the night before. Barley ...

Test helps in fight against lung infections and for treating other life-threatening infections

... Inc. will now allow doctors to more accurately identify the right antibiotics required to treat serious, chronic infections that are biofilm ... PA™ shows how the test can provide guidance to doctors on the right antibiotics to treat infections in a biofilm state. In developing ...

Sugarcoating fruit fly development

... body segments do not differentiate according to plan. "Expressing the right genes at the right time is critical for a developing organism," says Jrg Mller. "It is the ...

Author says challenging simple concepts can save planet

... What we have to do, she says, is change our idea of what growth is. right now, she says, the Walton family owners of Wal-Mart controls as much ... as individuals and which foster a sense of inclusion. We will accept the right rules, she says, citing as an example a German law that enables individual ...

'Father of green chemistry' Paul Anastas to head EPA research

... around the world. He joined Yale in January 2007. "Paul is the right person at the right time for this critical position," said James Gustave Speth, dean of Yale's ...
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