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TELEHOUSE America Offers Integralis' Data Loss Prevention Consulting Services as Part of its Manage-E Solution

...tunities that exist from other TELEHOUSE customers. Among the many benefits of colocating with TELEHOUSE is the ability to connect to state-of-the-art peering exchanges in New York (NYIIX) and Los Angeles (LAIIX). Additionally, through close ties to its sister companies in Europe and Asia, TELEHOUSE can prov...

Neuroimaging suggests that truthfulness requires no act of will for honest people

...onest people leave money on the table, that's when you saw the most robust control network activation." If neuroscience is able to identify lies by peering into the brain of the liar, it will be important to distinguish between activity in the brain when lying and activity caused by the temptation to lie....

Had Your Eyes Checked Lately?

...ier, there's a lot we can do." And, he says, eye doctors and eye-care specialists also might be able to catch other things that are wrong simply by peering into and testing someone's eyes. "The eye is very unique," Iwach said. "It's the only place in the body we can see a bare vein, artery and nerve. W...

Penn scientists map molecular regulation of fat-cell genetics

...ts into how fat-cell genes are regulated. "Until now, we were looking at how PPAR gamma works one gene at a time," says Lazar. "It's like we were peering at the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle in isolation. Now we can look at the full picture." Analysis of the data has already led the Penn team to understand...

Herons persist in Chicago wetlands despite exposure to banned chemicals

...ht-herons in some cases a hundred birds or more along the sea walls on the southwest shore of Lake Michigan, Levengood said. Theyd be standing there peering into the water, and then theyd kind of do a belly flop into the water and grab a fish. The researchers collected data over two years and conducted...

Be Wise with ‘Vice’ Lest You Whine Your Way to Ill Healt!

... Drinking seems to be associated only with the young, so all anti-binge drinking sermons are by default dedicated to them. peering on the other side of the fence//, it has come to light that the fifty and fifty plus could be nursing more than the permitted quantity of drinks, to t...
Peering in Biological News

Microscopic morphology adds to the scorpion family tree

...i to see detail measured in microns (or one millionth of a meter) that was impossible to observe 100 years ago. Three new traits were discovered by peering closely at the specimens: the surface sculpting of the respiratory lamellae (the leaves of the book); the edges of the leaves, within a chamber called...

Viruses, start your engines!

... peering at structures only atoms across, researchers have identified the clockwork that drives a powerful virus nanomotor. Because of the motor's strength-...

MIT researchers offer glimpse of rare mutant cells

...nce the type of mutation being studied (in this case a recombination event) occurs at a rate on par with other types of mutations, "it is as if we are peering in at the very general process of mutation formation, persistence and clonal expansion," said Engelward. "We think this raises the possibility that...

Sounding out heart problems automatically

... Sounding the chest with a cold stethoscope is probably one of the most commonly used diagnostics in the medical room after peering down the back of the throat while the patient says, "Aaaah". But, research published in the inaugural issue of the International Journal of Medical E...

Brown to host conference on advances in neurotechnology

...ionic-like repairs scientists can make to the human body. Like mechanics peering under a car's hood, researchers in the emerging field of neurotechnology ar...ds signals that cause muscles to twitch and arms and legs to move. They are peering more intently into the inner workings of the eye and ear and are developing...

UCSB researchers discover the dawn of animal vision

... (Santa Barbara, Calif.) -- By peering deep into evolutionary history, scientists at the University of California, Santa Barbara have discovered the origins of photosensitivity in animals. ...

Scientists eye secrets of retinal regeneration

... NEW YORK (Sept. 10, 2007) -- peering at microscopic changes within the retina, scientists in the Department of Ophthalmology at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, have discov...

New light microscope sharpens scientists' focus

... A new light microscope so powerful that it allows scientists peering inside cells to discern the precise location of nearly each individual protein they are studying has been developed and successfully demonstrated by s...

Lactic acid not athlete's poison, but an energy source - if you know how to use it

...ich catalyzes the first step in the conversion of lactate into energy; and mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase, the protein complex where oxygen is used. peering at skeletal muscle cells through a confocal microscope, the two scientists saw these proteins sitting together inside the mitochondria, attached to th...

Researchers use brain scans to predict behavior

... By peering into the minds of volunteers preparing to play a brief visual game, neuroscientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have foun...
Peering in Biological Technology

Being proactive with vendors helps healthcare improve IT

...dors aren't necessarily reluctant to be pushed around a bit by informed customers. Providers are facing that common IT problem: buy or build? After peering out at a patchwork of vendors and systems with challenges agreeing to standards, many institutions develop their own internal healthcare IT tools, fur...

AT&T - BellSouth merger: Revestiture continues

...T&T-supplied network between the customer premises and the nearest Internet peering point. But AT&T owns huge stretches of Internet BACKBONE (the part of the Internet between peering points); there is absolutely no promise of neutrality here. Even this ...

Rice to leave Wisconsin technology association

...ted on membership growth, workforce development initiatives, and legislative advocacy. He also sought to connect state technology officers through CIO peering networks. He said the technology association, which was established in 2005 to strengthen the state's information technology sector, would like t...
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