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ETH Zurich professor Ari Helenius awarded Benoist Prize

Why do we catch colds? How do viruses get into cells? In pursuing this central question, Ari Helenius, Professor of Biochemistry at ETH Zurich since 1997, and his team have pioneered research in this field. For his efforts, Professor Helenius has today been awarded the Swiss Nobel Prize in Bern, S...

Boston University biomedical engineers teach bacteria to count

...ess, say the researchers. "These are such basic tools that it's really hard to say what thousand things they might be used for in the future," said ari Friedland, a graduate student in Collins' lab and a co-author of the paper. "Consider computing what does one transistor do for you? Not that much, b...

Sounding out heart problems automatically

...malies quickly and then carry out in-depth tests as appropriate. Now, Samit ari and Goutam Saha of the Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur have dev... even more difficult. The automatic classification of heart sounds based on ari and Saha's technique could remedy these failings. ...

A step forward in virology

...rder to infiltrate a cell and reproduce. Professor ari Helenius and Postdoc Jason Mercer from ETH Zurichs...ls and open the city gates to the unwelcome guest, ari Helenius said. Aided by Professor Lukas Pelkmans t...ntiviral medication has targeted the virus itself. ari Helenius, however, is looking for substances that ...

October Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...n Cascadia subduction zone. A Paleocene lowland macroflora from Patagonia reveals significantly greater richness than North American analogs ari Iglesias, Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Divisin Paleobotnica, Paseo del Bosque s/n, La Plata, La Plata / B...

Bones hold the key to blood renewal

...ot, thus allowing more stem cells into the bloodstream. The team carried out their research on mice, including some developed in the lab of Prof. ari Elson of the Molecular Genetics Department, in which the osteoclasts carried a mutation that rendered them only partially functional in the young fema...

Poison + water = hydrogen. New microbial genome shows how

...ings show the continued value of microbial genome sequencing for exploring the useful capabilities of the vast realm of microbial life on Earth," says ari Patrinos, director of the Office of Biological and Environmental Research, part of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Science. DOE, which...
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