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20 Years Later: Chernobyl’s effects are indelible and lastin

The Chernobyl nuclear disaster has left a lot to be desired in Britain, with the ill effects still being felt across the nation.// Farmers around North Wales need to be cautious, despite the 20 years gone by, relying on Geiger counters in possession of government inspectors who scan the lambs...

Bombings in Japan have left Indelible Health Impression

New research has showed that even though it is 60 years since atomic bombs fell on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan, survivors are still facing the effects of the onslaught.// The studies have shown how survivors continue to develop thyroid nodules, sometime benign and at other tim...

Dr. Robert W. Conn Named President of The Kavli Foundation

...rship of our current president, David Auston, under whom the Foundation has seen such tremendous growth and success," said Fred Kavli. "He has made an indelible and deep impact on both science and the Foundation, and has set the bar high as we look toward the future." For photograph and complete profile ...

Joseph D. Zuckerman, M.D., Elected President of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

...orthopaedics, advocacy and funding for orthopaedic research. Outstanding orthopaedic surgeons, Dr. Victor Frankel and Dr. Clement Sledge, made an indelible imprint on Dr. Zuckerman. "Both men encouraged me to become involved with the Academy", he said. "For the first ten years of my career I watche...

Global Growth Factors (Blood and Tissue) Market to Reach $52.1 Billion by 2012, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts

...uma and autoimmune disorders necessitate the development of less-invasive and more effective therapies. Growth factors (blood and tissue) have made an indelible mark on the market as a promising and cost-effective therapeutic solution for addressing unmet medical needs. Growth factors have a wide range of oppo...

Become Mariah Carey's Personal Fashion Designer!

...r Fund resulted in Camp Mariah, the Fund's first camp named in honor of an individual. Mariah Carey's impact transcends the music industry to leave an indelible imprint upon the world at large. ABOUT SUSAN G. KOMEN FOR THE CURE(R) Nancy G. Brinker promised her dying sister, Susan G. Komen, she would do eve...

The Mutter Assassins Go to the Theater!

...about the American Dream. Hugely resonant in today's celebrity-obsessed society, the story is peopled with desperate characters intent on making their indelible mark. About the Mutter Museum The College of Physicians of Philadelphia's Mutter Museum was founded to teach 19th century physicians about anatomy a...

Cardiovascular Disease – Beware of This Lethal Kille

... Cardiovascular disease (CVD) left an indelible impact on the lives of many in 2004 and nearly one-third of all //deaths resulted due the disease. The most recent data enabled by the AMA ha...

Poultry farms in Thailand to be Sanitized.

...tive to the provincial livestock authorities to ensure all poultry farms are sanitized, as a strategy //to prevent potential bird flu that had left an indelible loss to the poultry industry. Yukol Limlamthong, the person at the helm at the Department of Livestock Development confirmed that this move h...

Katrina survivors face yet another downslide - mental illness

... The deluge called Katrina caused indelible havoc, visible by the huge numbers of homes razed to the ground, rocking the very edifice of its victims’ lives.// The intangible consequences, not ap...
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Teeth of Columbus' crew flesh out tale of new world discovery

...ately, to plants and animals. The strontium isotopes found in tooth enamel, the most stable and durable material in the human body, thus constitute an indelible signature of where someone lived as a child. Three of the individuals whose teeth were subjected to isotopic analysis by the Wisconsin group were m...

Dogs keep dying: Many owners unaware of toxic dog food

... understanding of this complex toxin, we have no direct antidote for this poisoning. This has been an immensely sad holiday and one that will leave an indelible mark on the owners that lost their cherished family members." Of those 17 dogs, Center euthanized 12 when it became clear they could not survive; f...

Scientists must offer solutions for conserving tropical forests in a rapidly changing world

...ropical moist forest and 9% of all tropical dry forests are nominally protected by governments. Increasingly, even these areas seem to be bearing the indelible marks of human activity. On Barro Colorado Island (BCI) administered by the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) in the Republic of Panam...
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New Silicon Pastures director envisions more home cooking for Wisconsin angels

...is now called "angel investing" was then known as "wildcat investing," with such participants as author Mark Twain.) The Locke-Ober experience made an indelible impression on Esser, who said that Silicon Pastures does its deals in similar settings here. But perhaps more impressive to Esser and Anderson, a N...
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Eugenics

...n involved in the German eugenics programs, and the strong use of the rhetoric of eugenics and "racial science" throughout the regime, would create an indelible cultural association between eugenics and the Third Reich in the postwar years. The nation that had the second largest eugenics movement was the ...
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Nodes of Ranvier

...ier released several records on the renowned ... a message that NODES OF RANVIER will be spreading ... Nodes Of Ranvier have made an indelible imprint in the metal and hardcore underworld. ... It's a message that NODES OF RANVIER will be spreading throughout the world. ... Nodes ...
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