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Bicycle-Powered Portable Water Filter System For Disaster Zones

...Joo Hwa of NTU as saying. "Hand-cranking is not so efficient in generating enough pressure to push the clean water past the membrane." Larger pores in the previous membranes meant that some bacteria and viruses still passed through, he said. Chlorine tablets had to be added to make the water drinkable withou...

Blood-Less Surgeries Being Now Offered In Hospitals

...ng on the type of operation, they commonly include efficient heart-lung bypass machines that circulate a patient's blood during surgery, using high-tech scalpels that clot the blood as they cut tissues, or by freezing tissue before it's excised. Dr. Charles Bridges, the Pennsylvania Hospital cardiologist, sa...

Mapping Of Brain Highly Beneficial For Safer Brain Tumor Surgery

...ortical language mapping may be used as a safe and efficient adjunct to optimize glioma resection while preserving essential language sites."...

Vatican's Council Reviews Condom Usage

... it is better to refrain from sex which is one the efficient way to tackle HIV/Aids. Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini, who was previously the Archbishop of Milan, acknowledged the use of condoms if one partner suffered from AIDS. If usage of condoms were introduced then it would be a major revision of Vatican po...

Killer protein for anthrax bacteria discovered

... In the words of Fischetti, “Anthrax is the most efficient biowarfare agent. Its spores are stable and easy to produce, and once someone inhales them, there is only a 48-hour window when antibiotics can be used. We’ve found a new protein that could both potentially expand that treatment window and be used as...

Unraveling the Secrets of MHC in Human Genome

... National Academy of Sciences. This method is an efficient way to map genes in the MHC that are responsible for many human diseases, and might also be useful in studying other gene complexes that have a lot of variability. The researchers are Dr. Zhen Guo and Dr. Mari Malkki of the Division of Clinical Resea...

Good news: there is no threat of bird flu confirms US

...ore the virus evolves the capability of being more efficient in going from human to human." As a calming statement he said that the public, however, should worry only if bird flu begins showing signs of evolving into more of a human threat. In that case, airline passengers arriving from an afflicted area woul...

The Multi-Faceted Chemical Benzene

...ne lavatory cleaner, a good windscreen wipe and an efficient rust spot remover. Uncorroborated reports from China claimed that the ill-fated New Coke was widely used in China as a spermicide. The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) reported the presence of increased amount of pesticides in the soft drin...

Hope After Spinal Cord Injuries

...tal system after SCI. Future studies must consider efficient methods to deliver such therapeutic stresses to the entire lower extremity. They may also be useful for astronauts who experience bone loss and muscle wasting due to long periods spent in low gravity....

Fuel demand to be met by Bio-diesel

...he benefit of bio-diesel, he said the fuel is more efficient than general diesel. It has 10 percent of inbuilt oxygen, which helps to reduce the emission of carbon dioxide and other polluting particles. "In a nutshell, bio-diesel is eco-friendly," Kumar told IANS. "We have already developed small units wit...

Gene Therapy Helps To Cure 'Incurable' Illness

... the men. The key to the technique was a new, more efficient method of inserting the genes in many cells at the same time. Concern remains that such therapy could have a negative side effect like causing cancer of the blood. Research is continuing on how to make such techniques safer. Professor Adrian Thrasher...

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Flags Off Public Health Foundation of India

... financial management of resources and help in the efficient distribution of specializations in health care services. The Public Health Foundation of India will endeavor to institute five world-class public health institutions in different parts of the country, that will not only look into clinical management...

Control And Prevention Of Three Diseases To Be Discussed: European Commission

...regarding control of these diseases in a quick and efficient way would be welcomed in the Delhi consultation. Representatives form different countries in the Asian region (China, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia) are e...

Cortex Of Youth With Superior IQ Matures Fast

... connections as the brain matures and becomes more efficient during the teen years. "People with very agile minds tend to have a very agile cortex," said Shaw. The NIMH researchers are following-up with a search for gene variants that might be linked to the newly discovered trajectories. However, Shaw notes...

Nanotechnology Promises Huge Medical Benefits

...loit the potential of light, in the most smallest, efficient and fastest way. The extreme sensitivity of these devices make it ideal for detection of contaminants in water resources, identification of biohazards and screen biomolecules by tracer systems. The development of nanostructure incorporated iridesce...

China Issues New Legislation To Ban Human Organ Trade

...raining; transplant related medical equipments; an efficient management system and an in-house medical ethics committee can apply for registration. Medical institutions that have not registered for organ transplantation banned from performing transplant medical procedures. Furthermore, doctors qualified to p...

Designer Strawberries

...rginia Tech have developed a new procedure for the efficient transfer// of specific DNA sequences into the geno...worked hard to find a system that would enable the efficient transformation of strawberry. However, these efforts have fallen short of the requirements to suppor...

Doctors Protest Against Allowing Nurses To Perform Minor Surgeries

...te for GPs and hospital consultants. Although an efficient nurse may learn how to perform surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome, (a condition in which the wrist nerves get entangled), he/she would not be able to manage any complication related to the same. A lot of practical and professional training is being i...

Two in One Cell Offers Hope to Find a Cure for Cancer

... up the immune reactions and makes the system more efficient in removing the foreign material. The results were published in the journal Nature Medicine. Frank Housseau, Ph.D., research associate at Hopkins' Kimmel Cancer Center and member of Pardoll's immunology laboratory said that Interferon-producing kil...

Why Are Some People More Depressed Than The Rest When Faced With Similar Situations?

...lack Dog Institute, said that these genes are less efficient at stopping unwanted emotional messages and hence result in a state of depression. They produce reduced protein responsible for transporting the brain chemical serotonin, which plays a key role in mood and pain regulation, appetite and sleep. This ...

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