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105-Day Mars Simulation: U.S. Studies Focus on Improving Work Performance

...ire-USNewswire/ -- From March 31 to July 14, a six-man international crew called an isolation chamber in Moscow their home. The crew, composed of four russians and two Europeans, simulated a 105-day Mars mission full of experiments and realistic mission scenarios, including emergency situations and 20-minute ...

105-day Mars simulation: US studies focus on improving work performance

... HOUSTON - From March 31 to July 14, a six-man international crew called an isolation chamber in Moscow their home. The crew, composed of four russians and two Europeans, simulated a 105-day Mars mission full of experiments and realistic mission scenarios, including emergency situations and 20-minute ...

New book series renews call for ban on gambling

...c growth and cost taxpayers at least $3 for every $1 in benefits as a result of increased bankruptcies, crime and gambling addictions. "What do the russians know that is still eluding U.S. government officials?" says University of Illinois professor John W. Kindt, a nationally known gambling critic and con...

Science as a pioneer

... How can the number of successful cooperation projects be increased and made more prominent at a European level? This question, which is asked by the russians in particular, was evident throughout the entire conference. Professor Ernst-Ludwig Winnacker, Secretary General of the European Research Council (ERC...

Ban on betting would boost ailing economy, gambling critic says

...t they can't gamble their way to prosperity." Kindt said Russia re-criminalized 2,230 casinos and slot machine facilities in 2007. "What do the russians know that the U.S. hasn't figured out?" he said. Kindt says gambling has spawned a potentially dangerous speculative bubble in international financ...

Number of Russian women smokers has doubled since Soviet collapse

... The Russian government needs to wake up to the fact that cigarettes kill one in every two smokers, and unless it takes action urgently, millions more russians will die from tobacco. The study used data on more than 7,000 individuals collected in 10 rounds between 1992 and 2003 as part of the Russia Longit...

Herbal extract found to increase lifespan

...3.2 days in females. Rhodiola rosea, also known as the golden root, grows in cold climates at high altitudes and has been used by Scandinavians and russians for centuries for its anti-stress qualities. The herb is thought to have anti-oxidative properties and has been widely studied. Soviet researchers ...

Go for Russia, Not China, Wine Experts Say

...de to go with wine, and nor is Indian at the moment." And whereas in China wine sales are driven by a culture of giving or serving a high status gift, russians like wine for itself. "Russia is the market of the future. They love the good life," he said. "They are the Italians of eastern Europe. And right now,...

Russian Health Care Marred by Corruption

...st 15 years, to below 143 million in what President Vladimir Putin calls "the most acute problem of contemporary Russia." The state covers all russians under a standardized medical insurance package, while well-heeled citizens can buy extra insurance and be treated privately. In the Soviet era...

Japanese Flower Art Helps Calm a Frantic Moscow

...1991, an expert in the ancient art of Ikebana flower arranging flew in from Japan. For most of the 16 years since, Midori Yamada has taught russians to search for harmony in the lines of branches, flowers and vases -- as attempted coups, and spectacular booms and busts played out on the streets out...
Russians in Biological News

Climate change threatens Lake Baikal's unique biota

...er nutrient inputs and industrial pollution from melting permafrost, may also exact a toll on an already-stressed ecosystem. The authors stress that russians have long been dedicated to the well-being of Lake Baikal, and that there is substantial support for its protection. Nonetheless, they say, stepped-up...

To slow AIDS in Russia, treat HIV-positive addicts, Stanford study says

...fessor of engineering at Stanford. Estimates vary, but around 1 million russians - slightly more than 1 percent of the adult population - are infected with...ad of the virus in Russia, but in 2005 less than 1 percent of HIV-infected russians - 5,000 people - received the life-extending drugs. The situation is wo...

Russian 'surrogate' alcohols are a killer

...search . Heavy alcohol consumption is a major contributing factor to the very high death rate among Russians. Ongoing research shows that many russians drink "surrogate" alcohols, such as "samogon" or moonshine, medicinal compounds, and other spirits such as aftershave products. New analyses indicate ...
Russians in Biological Technology

Indian pharma delegation arrives in Chicago as part of multi-city tour

...rector Norman Jewison came out with the movie "The russians Are Coming, the russians are Coming" featuring Carl Reiner, Eva Marie Saint... of a Russian invasion of the U.S.) befriended the russians and helped free their submarine. This week, we ...
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