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How exactly does the brain control breathing?

...l rhythm throughout life? Experimental Physiology editor Julian Paton invited two world renowned scientists Dr. Guyenet from the University of Charlottesville and Dr. Richerson from Yale University, to use the journal as a forum to discuss the issue and attempt to resolve their differences in opinion. Bot...

Nanotubes inspire new technique for healing broken bones

... of broken bones," says Leonard Interrante, Ph.D., editor of Chemistry of Materials and a professor in the department of chemistry and chemical biology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y. "This type of research is an example of how chemistry is being used everyday, world-wide, to develop mater...

Inside rocks, implications for finding life on Mars

...avtsev. The research is funded by NASA. Schopf is editor of "Earth's Earliest Biosphere" and "The Proterozoic Biosphere: A Multidisciplinary Study," companion books that provide the most comprehensive knowledge of more than 4 billion years of the earth's history, from the formation of the solar system 4.6 ...

How nice, brown rice: Study shows rice bran lowers blood pressure in rats

...cular diseases,?explained lead author Ardiansyah [ editor note: name is correct as written, there is no first name ], a Ph.D. candidate at the university’s School of Agricultural Science. He added one more element to the research that is new: using enzymes to clip components of rice bran from its cell wall...

Plastic surgeons countdown first full facial transplantation

...ace traditional techniques," said Rod Rohrich, MD, editor of PRS. "This is an exciting time in plastic surgery, but it is important to remember that, at least in the near future, facial transplantation will be a last resort procedure performed on carefully selected patients on a case-by-case basis." In th...

Federal testing for mad cow disease a failure, law review editor says

...omprehensive BSE testing, Gregory L. Berlowitz, an editor at the University of Illinois Law Review, wrote. T...ability of that testing," Berlowitz said. The law editor faulted the USDA's decision to test only downer cows, which constitute less than 2 percent of the an...

Hospital-acquired infections -- Inevitable?

...shington D.C.'s The Press Club, David B. Nash, MD, editor of The American Journal of Medical Quality, addressed hospital-acquired infections and the widespread anchoring belief ?by both healthcare professionals and patients ?that acquiring infections in the hospital is unavoidable. This concern is addresse...

Engineer ramps up protein production, develops versatile viral spheres

...he award is named for Elmer L. Gaden, the founding editor of the journal Biotechnology & Bioengineering, and recognizes the most outstanding paper of the year in that journal. Swartz, who holds the Leland T. Edwards Professorship in the School of Engineering at Stanford, will receive the award for a pap...

Row over study puts Korea's scientific community under scrutiny again

...rea and the US. But the BMJ has learnt that the editor in chief of Fertility and Sterility has been threatened with legal action by Dr Cha, and that one of Dr Cha's co-authors on the disputed paper, Dr Sook Hwan Lee, has been charged with criminal copyright infringement. Dr Kim told the BMJ that the p...

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