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Diplomat’s Body To Be Exhumed For H5N1 Clue

Exhumation of the body of a British diplomat who died due to Spanish flu in 1919 is likely to commence within the next five months//. The scientific community believes that there could be a link between the H1N1 virus that caused the Spanish flu and the present H5N1 virus. If a link is establis...

Influenza Virus Samples of 1918

...re than 75 years. The permafrost plus the womans ample fat stores kept the virus in her lungs so well preserved that when a team of scientists exhumed her body in the late 1990s, they could recover enough viral RNA to sequence the 1918 strain in its entirety. This remarkable good fortune enabled thes...

Dozens of Panamanians Gravely Ill from Toxic Substance from China

...laboratory were found to be contaminated with DEG imported from China. The arrest followed an extensive investigation in which 353 bodies were exhumed to determine if their deaths were caused by DEG. Chinese officials say the fault lies with companies that bought the diethylene glycol, claiming they ...

Eye Stolen from Body Kept in Bhilai Hospital Mortuary

... west from here. The deceased, 32-year-old C.H. Srinivas, was admitted to the hospital last week after he met with a road accident. "Someone has exhumed one of the eyes of a road accident victim at Bhilai Hospital mortuary Friday. Police have registered an FIR and have interrogated hospital authorities...

German Nurse Makes A Confession

... the court. Prosecutors at the Bavarian court at Kempton uncovered open vials at his home that was sufficient to kill 10 people. The police later exhumed and conducted a post mortem on the 42 corpses, found after he was charged with murder. Mr Letter’s victims were aged above 75 years and certainly n...
Exhumed in Biological News

Evidence of the 'Lost World' -- did dinosaurs survive the end Cretaceous extinctions?

... in sands and muds, it is possible for bones to be exhumed by rivers and then incorporated into younger rocks...ese fossils from the Ojo Alamo Sandstone were not exhumed and redeposited and that these dinosaurs really di... very unlikely that the post-extinction bones were exhumed from the underlying sediments." This is supported ...

Laughing hyenas, wailing levees, the sound of cheese and blaring bagpipes

... 10) REVERSING TIME TO SPOT CRACKS IN GAS PIPES Checking natural gas pipelines for wear and tear costs big bucks. Sections of pipe must be manually exhumed to be tested for cracks or corrosion with acoustic or magnetic scanners. Nicholas O'Donoughue of Carnegie Mellon University and colleagues are develop...

October 2008 GEOLOGY and GSA TODAY media highlights

...a to form the supercontinent Gondwana during Cambrian time (around 520 million years ago). This slice of crust, currently the Naturaliste Plateau, was exhumed to Earth's surface and left stranded underwater between India and Australia when Gondwana broke apart during Cretaceous time (around 83 million years ...

February Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...e and Technology (JAMSTEC), 3173-25 Showa-machi, Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama 236-0001, Japan. Pages 111-114. The geological recognition of seismic slip on exhumed faults is one of those holy grails in the earth sciences. Overall, the structural geological community is conservative, with most only accepting frict...
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