Top Neurology Programs Control Fever with Arctic Sun Cooling Technology
Medivance's safe temperature management technology, aggressive fever control may improve neurologic outcomes after stroke or brain injury
LOUISVILLE, Colo., March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- The nation's top-rated neurology programs cool their critically ill stroke and brain injured patients with the ...
Top Heart Programs Choose Safety of Medivance's Non-Invasive Arctic Sun(R) for Therapeutic Hypothermia
Best hospitals adhere to trend in medicine favoring non-invasive interventions that minimize needless complications
LOUISVILLE, Colo., Dec. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The nation's top-rated heart programs continue to favor the non-invasive, safe and technologically advanced Arctic
UAF to host Eighth Conference of Arctic Parliamentarians
Fairbanks, Alaska The University of Alaska Fairbanks campus will be home to the Eighth Conference of Arctic
Parliamentarians Aug. 12-14, 2008.
The biennial conference is organized in cooperation with the Standing Committee of Parliamentarians of the Arctic
Region and brings together internation...
CryoCath Introduces Arctic Front in Australia
Toronto Stock Exchange Symbol: CYT http://www.cryocath.com
MONTREAL, March 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - CryoCath(R) Technologies
Inc., the global leader in cryotherapy products to treat cardiac
arrhythmias, today announced the introduction of Arct...
More than Seventy Percent of Top US Hospitals Control Patient Temperature with High-Tech Arctic Sun(TM)
Automated non-invasive cooling avoids DVT danger; precise control of rewarming key to averting brain damage
LOUISVILLE, Colo., March 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Led by the nation's top
hospitals, adoption of the safest, most effective cooling technology-the
non- invasive Arctic
African seed collection first to arrive in Norway on route to Arctic seed vault
LAGOS, NIGERIA (31 January 2008)Twenty-one boxes filled with 7,000 unique seed samples from more than 36 African nations were shipped to the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, a facility being built on a remote island in the Arctic
Circle as a repository of last resort for humanitys agricultural heritage...
Early Arctic Spring Indication of Climate Change
Spring in the Arctic
has been registered weeks earlier than a decade ago and is likely linked to climate warming, a team of researchers said .
"Despite uncertainties in the magnitude of expected global warming over the next century, one consistent feature of extant and projected changes is ...
Witchcraft in Focus at Arctic Rendez-vous
Witchhunts came to an end in Europe hundreds of years ago but thousands of people around the world are still being persecuted, a subject academics will delve into at a witchcraft conference in Norway's far north this week.
Some 60 international experts will gather in the tiny Arctic
Human Induced Global Warming Drying Up Arctic Ponds
Global warming is now taking its toll on the ancient Arctic
ponds as well, according to new study by a researcher from Queen's University, Kingston, Canada.
These ponds, which lie atop bedrock, freeze solid in the winter and then melt for a few months each summer, becoming hot spots of act...
Soot-infused Snow Responsible for Arctic Warming: Study
Researchers at the University of California, Irvine, believe that while the threat of greenhouse emissions exists, soot-infused or dirty snow also contributes to global warming.
If Charlie Zender, an Associate Professor of Earth System Science at the UCI and co-author of the study, is to b...
Arctic in Medical Technology
CryoCath Arctic Front(R) Results Published in JACC
- Strong efficacy results from a multi-center 293-patient European
Toronto Stock Exchange Symbol: CYT
MONTREAL, July 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - CryoCath(R) Technologies
Inc., the global leader in cryotherapy products to treat cardiac
Mission Pharmacal Launches CitraNatal(R) Assure Prescription Prenatal Vitamin
.... 2008;87: 548-557.
(4) Jacobson J.L., et al. Beneficial Effects of a Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid on Infant Development: Evidence from the Inuit of arctic
Quebec. The Journal of Pediatrics. 2008;152: 356-364.
(5) Mahomed K., Gulmezoglu A.M. Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) supplementation in pregnancy (Cochra...
Arctic in Medical Dictionary
...is , a bacterial disease caused by members of the genus Brucella, is an ... In humans, brucellosis can be a ... brucellosis ) is limited to the arctic
... Home > Department for Public Health > Diseases & Conditions > Brucellosis . Jump to Main Content ... Brucellosis is an infecti...
...logies and Services. EET's employees are committed to ... Because most engine coolants last so long, is it OK to neglect the antifreeze ? ... Our arctic
Blend® brand of wholesale recycled antifreeze products provide ultimate convenience and protection. EET uses Fleetguard® corrosion inhibitor technol...
Arctic in Biological News
Early initiation of Arctic sea-ice formation
Significant sea ice formation occurred in the Arctic
earlier than previously thought is the conclusion of a study published this week in Nature . "The results are also especially exciting because they suggest that sea ice formed in the Arctic
before it did in Antarctica, which goes against scient...
Research vessel Polarstern starts 24th Arctic season
Bremerhaven, June 18th. The German research vessel Polarstern, operated by the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research in the Helmholtz Association, will begin its 24th Arctic
expedition on Saturday, June 20th. 119 scientists from seven different nations will research the whole spec...
CU-Boulder study shows 53 million-year-old high Arctic mammals wintered in darkness
Ancestors of tapirs and ancient cousins of rhinos living above the Arctic
Circle 53 million years ago endured six months of darkness each year in a far milder climate than today that featured lush, swampy forests, according to a new study led by the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Research plane Polar 5 on Arctic campaign
Bremerhaven, March 24th 2009. The research aircraft Polar 5 belongs to the Alfred Wegener Institute. It will start on Monday March 30th at 10 o'clock from the regional airport Bremerhaven on an Arctic
measurement campaign which will last about four weeks. Measurements of sea ice thickness and atmo...
Marine scientists to assess environment before offshore drilling begins in US arctic waters
AUSTIN, TexasThrough a $2.9 million, three-year grant from the Minerals Management Service (MMS), a team led by University of Texas at Austin marine scientists will assess the biological and chemical conditions on the seabed of the Chukchi Sea before the area opens for offshore oil drilling.
FSU Historian's Arctic research has him sitting on top of the world
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- It's one of the coldest and most remote areas on Earth, but the Arctic
region has long held great strategic interest for a number of nations. Now, a Florida State University researcher is leading an international team that is working to produce one of the most comprehensive h...
Unexplored Arctic region to be mapped
A scientific expedition this fall will map the unexplored Arctic
seafloor where the U.S. and Canada may have sovereign rights over natural resources such as oil and gas and control over activities such as mining.
Both countries will use the resulting data to establish the outer limits of the c...
Successful series of measurements in Arctic sea ice
Bremerhaven August 7th 2008. The German Research Vessel Polarstern had to prove its ice breaking capabilities in Arctic
waters to gain data on two series of long-term research measurements. After working in regions up to latitude 82 N, Polarstern of the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marin...
Scientists endure Arctic for last campaign prior to CryoSat-2 launch
An international group of scientists has swapped their comfortable offices for one of the most inhospitable environments on the planet to carry out a challenging field campaign that is seen as the key to ensuring the data delivered by ESA's ice mission CryoSat will be as accurate as possible.
NOAA aircraft to probe arctic pollution
NOAA scientists are now flying through springtime Arctic
pollution to find out why the region is warming - and summertime sea ice is melting - faster than predicted. Some 35 NOAA researchers are gathering with government and university colleagues in Fairbanks, Alaska, to conduct the study through ...
Arctic in Biological Technology
Satellites witness lowest Arctic ice coverage in history
The area covered by sea ice in the Arctic
has shrunk to its lowest level this week since satellite measurements began nearly 30 years ago, opening up the Northwest Passage a long-sought short cut between Europe and Asia that has been historically impassable.
In the mosaic image above, created ...
StrandVision, Arctic Cool win Eau Claire business contest awards
Eau Claire, Wis. -- Two very different types of technologies -- one virtual, one corporeal -- were on display Friday as the Eau Claire Area Economic Development Corp. presented its latest business awards.
The "Create Your Own Business" contest was started in 1986 and given awards or special...
Celebrities to Gather to Support the Ninth Annual Starkey Hearing Foundation 'So the World May Hear' Awards Gala
... Crosby; and many others.
In addition, Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachman, Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman, arctic
explorer Dan Buettner, Marilyn and Dr. Glen Nelson, Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress, Minnesota Vikings trainer Eric Sugarman, University ...
American Geographical Society awards honor Henson, Smith on April 15 at UD
...and knowledge that he asked him to join him on his arctic
adventures over the next two decades, culminating ...on August 4, 2007, and touched down in the Martian arctic
on May 25, 2008, to search the soil of the Red Pla...ebrating UD's president from 1946-1950, who was an arctic
explorer, and the University's significant polar r...
The sea ice is getting thinner
... A closer look at the climate and ecosystem of the arctic
Bremerhaven, September 13, 2007. Large areas of the arctic
sea-ice are only one metre thick this year, equati...ents are changing, but community structures in the arctic
are also altering. Autonomous measuring-buoys hav...
UW-Madison Laser Device to Study Polar Ice Caps
...nd Land Elevation Satellite) laser device. Lidars arctic
HSRL (High Spectral Resolution Lidar) instrument ...n the Arctic.
Lidar, which is used by both the arctic
HSRL and the ICESat, allows scientists to measure ...satellite's orbit and instrument orientation. The arctic
HSRL operates at the same wavelength as NASA's ins...
Probe into gas gouging may educate Americans about pressures on oil supply
...iscoveries in more than a decade. Also, it's increasingly difficult to drill in areas where reserves are known to exist. Oil that lies within Alaska's arctic
National Wildlife Refuge could be safely pumped with the help of the latest technologies, but U.S. politicians won't stand up to environmentalists who...
The Use of MasterTaq Polymerase for PCR with Humic Material-Contaminated
for the amplification of 16S rDNA genes from humic substances-contaminated
DNA extracted from a marine sediment (Svalbard, arctic
Materials and Methods
DNA extraction . Total DNA was directly extracted from the sediment
according to Zhou ...
Arctic in Biological Definition
...urvive in the tough conditions of deserts, and others on frozen soil of the arctic
regions. Some lichens have the aspect of leaves (foliose lichens); others ...part of the food available for many animals, such as reindeer , living in arctic
regions. Although lichens typically grow in harsh environments in nature, ...
...,750 meters), the Philippine trench , the Puerto Rico Trench at 8,605 m (28,232 ft), the Romanche Trench at 7,760 m (24,450 ft), Fram Basin in the arctic
at 4,665 m (15,305 ft), the Java Trench at 7,450 m (24,442 ft), and the South Sandwich Trench at 7,235 m (23,737 ft).
In general the deep sea is c...
...ring the contrast between two adaptations of the polar bear . This animal has a coat of hair which is thick to help the bear survive the cold of the arctic
and white in order that the bear can stalk seals for food. For the first case the selection pressure is likely to be constant or subject to random ...
... heat loss. They let their fur grow more to increase the insulation . Some arctic
animals allow their body extremities to cool to very low temperature. Compa...e living in the tropics is practically identical with those dwelling in the arctic
Limits compatible with life
There are limits both of heat...