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BIO-key(R) Enters Strategic Partnership With Nlets

...l agencies, all cooperatively exchanging data. The types of data exchanged vary from motor vehicle and driver's data, Canadian "Hot File" records, and ins databases to state criminal history records. Over 90 million records are transacted each month. The mission of Nlets is to provide, within a secu...

Reducing the roadworks

...se) and Galileo (European) systems will be fully operational to predict the range of signal available. Developing a new method of combining GNSS with ins (Inertial Navigation Systems) to augment satellite data in 'urban canyons'. Combining ground penetrating radar (GPR) with GNSS to identify and positi...

BIO-key(R) Enters Strategic Partnership With Nlets

...l agencies, all cooperatively exchanging data. The types of data exchanged vary from motor vehicle and driver's data, Canadian "Hot File" records, and ins databases to state criminal history records. Over 90 million records are transacted each month. The mission of Nlets is to provide, within a secu...

Highlights from the March editions of ESA journals

... that when land-use and habitat data are incorporated, models predict that species may also be likely to colonize areas with unfavorable climates. ins Ibez of the University of Michigan and her colleagues examined not only historical and current climatic data, but also historical environmental inform...

40 minority scientists receive travel fellowships to Experimental Biology 2009 in New Orleans

...lows have praised the program, saying they received advice concerning their research from scientists they met through the program and also learned the ins and outs of interviewing for a postdoctoral or faculty position. The 2009 Minority Travel Fellows are as follows: Adebowale Adebiyi, Universit...

How do cells count?

...y, and offer up new clues to understanding cancer. ins Cunha Ferreira and Mnica Bettencourt Dias, working...f the Cell Cycle Regulation laboratory since 2006. ins Cunha Ferreira travelled with Monica from Cambridg...ibuted to this research, Ana Rodrigues Martins and ins Bento. ...

Discovery of new gene associated with diabetes risk suggests link with body clock

...n the blood are used to diagnose diabetes, most of the genes previously associated with high glucose levels do not increase risk of diabetes," says Dr ins Barroso from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. "We have found a variant - a G in the genome in place of a C - in MTNR1B. This single-letter change ...

Second genetic link to weight and obesity

...avier. "This is a great example of how cooperation can bring about new findings that can be missed when researchers work in isolation," explains Dr ins Barroso, Investigator at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and one of the senior authors on the study. "The precise role in obesity of genetic varia...

Biological warfare: What do you need to know?

...ugs, the use of stem cells in regenerative medicine, the practice of using tailor-made medications based on an individuals genetic information and the ins and outs of lawsuits in the pharmaceutical industry. For more information about the Todays Health series, contact Nelda Cervantes, the College of...

Scientists learn the origin of rogue B cells

...e says. For now, the step forward to understand where these self-directed cells are coming from is a big one. "Our objective is to understand the ins and outs of this process," says Casellas. ...
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