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Iran Uses AIDS Doctors' Imprisonment as First Test of Obama Administration

...an senior counter-intelligence official warned the new Obama administration that case of Dr. Kamiar Alaei and Dr. Arash Alaei exemplifies a "full fledged intelligence war" between Iran and the U.S. "If Kamiar and Arash are engaged in any war, it's the battle against HIV/AIDS," said Sa...

'Deaf by God' tried in Old Bailey records

...pears to have had quite an enlightened view, even though there is little evidence that these people "dumb by the visitation of god" were using a fully fledged sign language. The court usually held no objections to signing, gesturing and motioning, provided that this could be interpreted to the satisfaction o...

Scientists find mercury threatens next generation of loons

...tions from 1,529 loon territories between 1996 and 2005, researchers found that loon pairs with elevated mercury levels also produced 41 percent fewer fledged young than loons in lakes relatively free of mercury. Other behavioral impacts due to elevated mercury were sluggishness, resulting in decreased forag...

The President Gives Away National Disability Awards

...ight be implemented in the States simultaneously, she said. Reiterating the Government’s commitment towards disabled people, she said that full fledged institution of State commissioner for persons with disabilities was in place in all the States with the responsibility to catalyze implementation of P...

Face – off! This ain’t no Sci-i

...er Butler of London's Royal Free Hospital who are waiting for the// final approval from The Royal Free hospital’s ethics committee to carry out a full fledged complete face transplant which would involve the complete replacement of a disfigured face with the tissues from a donor who is dead. Although th...

Ranbaxy Signs Agreement With Zenotech For Cancer Drugs

...ve agreed upon is estimated to be about 3.7 billion dollars. Zenotech is a specialty generic injectables company with a biotech core and has full fledged research and development facilities in India and the US. Its oncology and biologics manufacturing facilities are located in India. 'This strategi...

Research identifies trigger that sets of Huntingtons disease

... of the Huntingtons disease (HD) activates a regular protein called p53. The p53 can lead to expression of some other genes, that can lead to the full fledged expression of the genes. Researchers from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, who had conduced the study, feel that the molecule p53 may also...
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Ecological Society of America announces 2008 award recipients

...future scientists. His attitude of lifelong learning and his dedicated, absorptive mentorship of graduate and undergraduate students has inspired and fledged some of the most eminent ecosystem ecologists in the field. Distinguished Service Citation: Katherine Gross Kay Gross of Michigan State Univer...

Seagulls: Are males the weaker sex?

...en incubated in isolation, males hatched faster than females but both sexes fledged in similar, relatively good, condition. In contrast, when incubated with normal between-embryo contact, males were unable to hatch as fast and fledged in significantly poorer condition than females, regardless of whether they ...

Penguin chicks exposed to human visitors experience spike in stress hormone

...ndisturbed chicks. But even when the hormone levels evened out between the two groups as the chicks got older, their behavior was different. Nearly fledged chicks in tourist areas did not flee until people were within two feet, while those in the areas not visited by tourists sought safety when people wer...
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First high-resolution images of bone, tooth and shell formation

...rs also demonstrated a second function of the organic layer: it controls with great precision the direction in which the mineral can grow into a fully fledged biomineral. They now hope to show that the mechanism they have identified also applies to the formation of other crystalline biominerals, and perhaps ...
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