The Scientific Business of Thomson Reuters Predicts Nobel Laureates
Twenty-one "Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates" Recognized for Their
Contributions to the Advancement of Science
PHILADELPHIA and LONDON, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The Scientific business
of Thomson Reuters today announced the 2008 Thomson Reuters Citation
Laureates -- researchers likely to be ...
Thomson Scientific Predicts Nobel Laureates
Seventeen "Thomson Scientific Laureates" Recognized for Their Contributions to the Advancement of Science
PHILADELPHIA and LONDON, Sept. 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Thomson
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Nobel laureates in chemistry
Three scientists share this year's(2001) Nobel Prize in Chemistry: William S. Knowles, previously at Monsanto Company, St. Louis, Missouri, USA; Ryoji Noyori, Nagoya University, Chikusa, Nagoya, Japan and K. Barry Sharpless, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California, USA. They were award...
Stem cell research- now Nobel Laureates join the debate
Throwing their lot with the group of scientists asking for more funding into stem cell research, 80 Nobel prize winners are faxing a letter to U.S. President George W. Bush asking him not to block stem cell research in any way. The debate on stem cell research is reaching a feverish pitch with bot...
Cholesterol Mystery Solved By Nobel Laureates
A 72 year old mystery about cholesterol synthesis which has been bugging scientists for so long has finally been cracked by Nobel laureates. //
The Shoenheimer effect has long been unexplained, but not now. The first evidence for end-product feedback regulation of a biosynthetic pathway was de...
Case Western Reserve University Receives $5M From Third Frontier Commission for the Center for Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine
...ism--to prepare students for the practice of evidence-based medicine in the rapidly changing health care environment of the 21st century. Eleven Nobel laureates
have been affiliated with the school.
Annually, the School of Medicine trains more than 770 M.D. and M.D./Ph.D. students and ranks in the top 25 ...
Prizes of the Grand Prix MSOO Award Presented in Moscow
...r with Expocentre, the largest exhibition
organization of Russia, announced the foundation of the National Optical
Award (Grand Prix MSOO).
of the first National Optical Award Grand Prix MSOO were
announced pursuant to the results of the universal and open vote at special
sites. Everybody ...
Egyptian Doctor, Nicaraguan NGO Win 2009 UN Population Award
... and in improving the health of individuals.
The Award Committee, chaired by Malaysia's Ambassador to the United Nations, Hamidon Ali, chose the laureates
from 18 international nominees. The Committee consists of 10 United Nations Member States, with UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, serving as ...
Experimental Biology 2009 meets April 18-22
...nd organelle biogenesis; drug discovery and design; metabolism and disease mechanisms; receptor signaling, lipid signaling and metabolism. Three Nobel laureates
will be part of the program. Other sessions include the role of basic scientists in addressing global health issues; genome integrity and cancer biolo...
The American Federation for Medical Research Says Daschle Must Cure Clinical Research Crisis if Change Is To Take Hold in U.S. Health Care System
...knowledge to Mr. Daschle and the
Obama administration for the advancement of clinical research, including its
leading U.S. physician members and Nobel laureates
who have made significant
contributions to modern medicine and patient care through clinical research.
"Medical science and the U.S. health ca...
Laureates in Medical Technology
NIEHS Researchers Identify Enzyme Critical in DNA Replication
...ng from exposures to environmental
The researchers built on fundamental discoveries on the
structure and replication of DNA made by Nobel laureates
Watson, Francis Crick and Arthur Kornberg.
When Watson and Crick first described the structure of DNA in
1953, they pointed out that the two D...
Laureates in Biological News
Inaugural Kavli laureates honored in Oslo ceremony
In a ceremony at Oslo Concert Hall, seven pioneering researchers in the fields of astrophysics, nanoscience and neuroscience were honoured as the first Kavli Prize laureates, receiving a gold medal and scroll from His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon Magnus.
Joining His Royal Highness Crown ...
White House announces 2007 National Medal of Science laureates
President George W. Bush has named the recipients of the 2007 National Medal of Science, the nation's highest honor for science and engineering. Honorees will receive the medals at a White House ceremony on Sept. 29, 2008.
"The 2007 National Medal of Science laureates
have contributed to Americ...
Baylor researchers unravel mystery of DNA conformation
... HOUSTON An iconic photograph ( http://img.timeinc.net/time/80days/images/530228.jpg ) of Nobel laureates
Drs. Francis Crick and James Watson show the pair discussing with a rigid model of the famous double helix.
The interaction represented produced t...
U Alberta researcher in same group as Darwin and Hawking
... of July 6 in London.
Included in the Royal Society's membership are Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Stephen Hawking. There are more than 60 Nobel laureates
among the society's 1,400 members.
Vederas is being recognized for a body of research that centers on the identification of antibiotic peptides in ...
NYC science symposium marks Gruber Prize program 10th anniversary
...al Medal of Science, will speak on "Novel Neural Messengers Impacting Neural Diseases."
All prize categories will be represented by Gruber Prize laureates
attending the event.
The Gruber Prize Program began in 2000 with the Cosmology Prize and was expanded thereafter with the Genetics and Justice Priz...
Open access advocate Philip E. Bourne to receive 2009 Benjamin Franklin Award
...particular, his work with the SciVee project is just one example of his many contributions in so many areas. He stands out as one of the more prolific laureates
Bourne is co-founder of SciVee, the Web 2.0 resource dedicated to the dissemination of scientific research and science-specific research n...
University of Texas at Austin engineer elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
...represent universities, museums, national laboratories, private research institutes, businesses and foundations. This year's group also includes Nobel laureates
and recipients of the Pulitzer and Pritzker prizes, MacArthur Fellowships, the National Medal of Arts, and Academy, Grammy and Tony awards.
Toxicology program features wide range of human health and environment topical sessions
...degenerative disease, engineered nanomaterials, inflammation, preclinical evaluation of cancer hazard and biopharmaceuticals and two lectures by Nobel laureates
Dr. Aaron Ciechanover who will lecture on cellular mechanisms of protein degradation and Dr. Paul Greengard who will lecture on cellular signaling pat...
UT Southwestern scientist honored among best in Texas research
... bioengineering from UC Berkeley. He joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 1997.
TAMEST was launched in 2004 by Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison and Nobel laureates
Dr. Michael Brown, professor of molecular genetics at UT Southwestern, and the late Dr. Richard Smalley to provide broader recognition of the state's ...
Spradling receives Gruber Foundation Genetics Prize for new genetic techniques
...ation and specific cellular microenvironment (the stem cell "niche") within the ovary have had enormous impact on the field of stem cell biology.
of the Gruber Genetics Prize:
2007: Maynard V. Olson, for his contributions to genome science
2006: Elizabeth H. Blackburn, for her studies of ...
Laureates in Biological Technology
Nobel Laureates to Speak at Keystone Symposia RNA Silencing Conference
SILVERTHORNE, Colo., April 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology will convene its conference on "The Biology of RNA Silencing" on April 25, 2009 at the Fairmont Empress Victoria in Victoria, British Columbia. This will be an opportunity to hear two Nobel...
American Scientists Named as Laureates of the 2008 (24th) Japan Prize
TOKYO, Jan. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The Science and Technology Foundation of
Japan announced the names of three laureates
for the 2008 (24th) Japan
All three laureates
this year are American scientists. They are Dr.
Vinton Gray Cerf and Dr. Robert Elliot Kahn who received their award...
Thomson Scientific Salutes Nobel Laureate Prize Winners, Many of Whom Were Selected as Thomson Scientific Laureates in 2006
2007 Winners Demonstrate Strong Correlation Between Citations and Professional Awards
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2 Springer authors receive NWO/Spinoza Prize in the Netherlands
...s announced the winners of the NWO/Spinoza Prize for 2009. Two of the three laureates
of this year's Prize are Springer authors, Marten Scheffer and Albert van d...awarded to Dutch researchers who rank among the world's top scientists. The laureates
are internationally renowned and know how to inspire young researchers. Thi...
Techne Corporation Board Member Recognized
..., Ph.D., both of Japan, have been named Crafoord laureates
2009 and were honored by the Royal Swedish Academy...emonies on May 11, 2009 in Stockholm, Sweden. The laureates
received their prize medals from the King of Swede...nflammatory diseases." This year´s Crafoord Prize laureates
discovered two new key players in the immune syst...
US Oncology Named 2009 Laureate by IDG Computerworld Honors Program
...crease survivorship and quality of life.
This year's Computerworld Honors Program Laureate Honorees will be commemorated during the 21ST Annual laureates
Ceremony & Gala Awards evening on June 1, at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington DC. For over two decades, Computerworld Honors ha...
2010 Japan Prize to Honor Scientists and Researchers in Industrial Production/Production Technology and Biological Production/Environment Fields
...ecting the 2009 Japan Prize winners in the environment/infrastructure and health care/therapeutic technology fields and will announce the names of the laureates
in Tokyo in mid January 2009.
The 2008 Japan Prize in information communication theory and technology was jointly awarded to Vinton G. Cerf, ...
AstraZeneca Nobel Medicine Initiative to Increase Interest in the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
...g of and interest in the
achievements of the Nobel laureates
within the fields of Physiology or
Medicine and to...eral public
worldwide to learn directly from Nobel laureates
in Physiology or Medicine
by combining live lectur...host a lecture event with the current year's Nobel laureates
Physiology or Medicine at selected AstraZeneca ...
Robert L. Brent, MD, PhD, Honored with 2008 Alfred I. duPont Award for Excellence in Children's Health Care
radiation and other environmental exposures has distinguished him among his
peers and provided comfort to expectant mothers everywhere."
-- 2007: Jerold F. Lucey, MD -- 2006: Samuel L. Katz, MD -- 2005: Mary Ellen Avery, MD -- 2004: Robert J. Haggerty, MD -- 2003: Lucian ...
Singapore to hold international 'pow-wow'
...thor of international best-sellers, Hyperspace, and Visions: How Science Will Revolutionise the 21st Century.
Drawing on his interviews of Nobel laureates
and directors of the largest scientific laboratories, Dr. Kaku will paint a vivid and compelling picture on how science and technology will reshape ou...