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In quake's aftermath, Chinese sift through rubble for radioactivity

In the wake of the strongest and deadliest earthquake to ravage China in decades, the task of searching through wreckage for victims and property proved an onerous one. The 7.9-magnitude earthquake of 12 May devastated Chinas mountainous Sichuan Province, killing an estimated 69,000 people and cau...

Pre-implantation Genetic Haplotyping- A Test to Sift Unhealthy Embryos Records Success

London: Embryonic testing based on the ‘survival of the fittest’ theory, which helps in detecting unhealthy embryos, with a motive to nurture// the healthy ones, has borne fruit. Now, babies have been born to a British Couple, the first in UK, after successfully employing this method of embryonic t...

For Every Blow to the Head, Quick Action Is Urged

...estions about their head injury," Vukmir said. "Call a health care professional or present yourself for emergency care so we can ask the questions and sift through the information." More information The U.S. National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke has more on traumatic brain injur...

Kyle's Treehouse Launches Autism151.com for Autism Awareness Month

...as diagnosed with autism in 1998, Their difficult journey led them to launch www.kylestreehouse.org , a website that helps newly diagnosed families sift through the mountains of autism information, learn about a wide range of treatment options and share their questions, concerns, and experiences with o...

Autism Website Relaunches to Offer Resources, Treatments and Hope for Families

...stration the Westphals experienced on this difficult journey led them to launch www.kylestreehouse.org, a website that helps newly diagnosed families sift through the mountains of autism information, learn about a wide range of treatment options and share their questions, concerns, and experiences with o...

Carefx Reports 200% Year-Over-Year Revenue Growth in 2008 as Demand Grows for Solutions Focused on Clinical Decision Making

...anizations can no longer settle for proprietary or monolithic systems that do not support clinical workflow or cognitive tasks and force clinicians to sift through enormous bundles of data from disparate sources," says Andrew Hurd, Chairman and CEO of Carefx. "We built the Fusionfx solution suite to addr...

Includesdental.com Announces Search Engine for Dentists, Hygienists and Oral Health Industry

...g education, and dental forums across thousands of sites. "With Includesdental.com, dentists can find what they are looking for without having to sift through consumer-targeted information," says project coordinator Elizabeth Anderson. Built for those in the trade of dentistry, Includesdental.c...

Vaccine and drug research aimed at ticks and mosquitoes to prevent disease transmission

...blindness and are widely used in animals for worm control. Professor Foy says that thanks to new technologies using genomics, scientists can now sift through vector genomes to more quickly and accurately find protein targets, which can then aid in the development of more specified drugs and vaccines...

Cook to a Tea

...squeezing them to remove liquid. Adjust rack to lower third of oven and preheat oven to 400 degrees. Grease and flour 12 muffin cups. In a large bowl, sift flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. Stir in the oats and brown sugar. In a small bowl, combine the steeped tea milk, oil, and eggs. With a ru...

General Anesthesia Tied to Developmental Woes in Kids

...ut? Are these kids who wet the bed? Kids who don't do well in school? Kids with behavioral problems? And, are there factors the researchers couldn't sift out from a database? Did all of these kids get the same level of prenatal care? How has their socioeconomic status changed from year to year? Did th...
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Immune genes adapt to parasites

...ver time helps ensure that the host can fend off different infections in different environments. In the new study, Matteo Fumagalli and colleagues sift through 1,052 SNPs in genes that code for immune proteins called interleukins from roughly 1000 people worldwide. Of 91 genes assessed, 44 bore signat...

Alzheimer's, asthma, cancer, malaria and TB focus of new Singapore grants

... Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB), which infects an estimated two billion people worldwide, National Cancer Centre of Singapore (NCCS) scientists will sift through a bank of DNA samples extracted from drug-resistant MTB strains to identify novel mutated genes conferring resistance to Isoniazid, the main d...

Harnessing cloud computing for data-intensive research on oceans, galaxies

...extends the cloud right down to your computer," Howe said. Someday the tool should be easy enough that undergraduates and high-school students could sift through raw data themselves, he said. A second grant will use cloud computing to study astronomical images. Astronomy has changed dramatically durin...

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev signs collaborative contract with Bayer CropScience

...French Associates Institute for Agriculture and Biotechnology of Drylands at the BIDR, noted that the new collaboration will allow his team to further sift through the estimated 30,000 Arabidopsis genes to identify additional candidate stress tolerance genes. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev was crea...

Symposium to look at genetic basis of exercise

...nes work and interact with each other is quite complicated. Dr. Bouchard has focused his research on gene patterns, using the power of computing to sift through thousands of genes. He has been involved with the Heritage Family Study, which began in 1992. In this program, family members undertake a stan...

Weizmann Institute scientists discover how cancer cells survive a chemotherapy drug

...rtment, the question posed an interesting challenge. To approach it, they needed a method that would allow them to cast a wide net on the one hand to sift through the numerous cellular proteins that could conceivably affect survival but that would let them zoom in on the activities of individual cells i...

Washington University scientists first to sequence genome of cancer patient

...ed at common points of DNA variation that may be relevant for disease risk. What's striking about the new research is that the scientists were able to sift through the 3 billion pairs of chemical bases that make up the human genome to pull out the mutations that contributed to the patient's cancer. "Un...

Grant supports emerging field of massive data analysis and visual analytics

...these massive and unstructured data sets has proven cumbersome and difficult. An emerging research field known as data and visual analytics is helping sift through such mountains of information to find and put together individual pieces of a picture. The Georgia Institute of Technology has received a f...

Broad Institute researchers introduce next generation tool for visualizing genomic data

... Member John Rinn, an assistant professor at Harvard University and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, has used a variety of visualization tools to sift through different types of genomic data. "Before I was introduced to IGV, I had to use three different programs to visually integrate my data," Rinn s...

Birdsong not just for the birds

...are placed at selected points in the wild; these record all the sounds made, in some cases over a period of months. The new computer software can then sift through the many hundreds of hours of recorded material overnight and say how many birds of which species have been singing and how often they have be...
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Pharmaceutical Marketing Done Right: Archi-Tech Systems Unveils Version of Proven Analytics Solution for Campaign Management

...Pharmaceutical marketers are challenged to run successful campaigns under tight budgets and intense regulatory scrutiny. But with mountains of data to sift through, they often cannot properly measure the results of their promotions to adapt their strategies accordingly," said Prashant Kohli, Vice Presiden...

Wisconsin Tourism Aided by Internet Technology

... you from being lost among every other type of business out there, she said. Those planning their trips can easily find you because they don't have to sift through search returns that don't relate to what they're looking for. Sayler said that time is too valuable to waste surfing the Internet to find t...

When search engines collide

...n-existent. The general availability of data is just too large to fathom. Billions of pages going to trillions. Who has the time or the interest to sift through all this? Most of the information available online is replicated again and again, then twisted, corrupted and re-entered again and again. When...

Consumer, business technologies face same challenges

...erience, clearer choices, and greater value, I am afraid that a many people may just sit out the market. Needing no more new features, being unable to sift through any more search results, being overwhelmed by options, these individuals are going to stop or at least slow down the acquisition of new tech...
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