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$29.4 million grant establishes CTSI at NYU in partnership with Health and Hospitals Corporation

...ding the School of Dentistry, College of Nursing, Wagner School of Public Service, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, the stern School of Business, the Silver School of Social Work, the Courant Institute for Applied Mathematics and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences to be...

American Chemical Society's weekly PressPac -- April 29, 2009

...f climate change on Arctic marine life, is scheduled for the May 1 issue of ACS' Environmental Science & Technology , a semi-monthly journal. Gary stern and colleagues note in the new study that Canadian Arctic ringed seals, like many Arctic marine animals, have relatively high levels of mercury. Howev...

Symposia selected for Entomological Society of America meeting

... Bringing Geospatial Colleagues, Science and Ideas Together: Opportunities for Spatial Analysis and Remote Sensing in Entomology Celebrating stern et al. (1959): The Past, Present, and Future of IPM Celebrating the Role of Entomology in the Genomics Revolution Colleagues, Science and Ideas...

Rice University study finds possible clues to epilepsy, autism

...lett, who began the project on funding obtained by stern from the Department of Defense to study neurofibro...ng. "He put his heart and soul into this," said stern of Howlett's exploration of the neuronal chain. "H...olecules that hadn't been previously appreciated," stern said. "Obviously the next step would be to test...

Montana State partnership receives $66.9M for carbon sequestration

...governor," said Eric Stern, senior counselor to Gov. Schweitzer. "We believe that this is the first step toward making Montana a major energy center," stern said. The award will allow the partnership to begin its Phase III project, a commercial-scale, eight-year carbon sequestration study that could beg...

Advice to the new administration: UM foreign and domestic policy guide

...ultation and cooperation. IV. WHAT THE PRESIDENT'S NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER MUST DO I.M. "Mac" Destler and Ivo Daalder. Destler is the Saul I. stern Professor and director of the School of Public Policy's Program on International Security and Economic Policy. Daalder is a professor of public policy...

Sensitive nanowire disease detectors made by Yale scientists

...une cells as the reporter," said postdoctoral fellow and lead author, Eric stern . "We coupled that with existing CMOS electronics to make it easily usable....ke device with changeable cards to detect or diagnose disease. Importantly, stern notes that the system produces no false positives a necessity for POC test...

Tufts to develop morphing 'chemical robots'

...ns, as well as medical scenarios, without requiring retrieval after completion of the designated tasks," noted co-principal investigator David Kaplan, stern Family Professor of Biomedical Engineering and chair of biomedical engineering. "We expect that these devices will literally be able to disappear afte...

Biodiversity as a natural resource

...on to the next phase after COP9. Dr. Heidi Wittmer, a senior researcher at UFZ who helped compile the report, spoke of her hopes for the project: "The stern Review changed the way we look at the economic consequences of climate change. It is our hope that the TEEB Report will do the same for biodiversity. ...

Hormones and growth: The control of body size and developmental growth rate in fruit flies

... in determining both the final body size and developmental rate of an insect. In their new work, Philip Caldwell, Magdalena Walkiewicz, and Michael stern manipulated the timing and amount of ecdysone release during development of the fruit fly. They induced precocious ecdysone release by specifically ex...
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