ESA launches first Earth Explorer mission GOCE
...tunity Missions are also under preparation: Cryosat 2 to measure ice-sheet thickness (2009), SMOS to study soil moisture and ocean salinity (2009) and swarm
to survey the evolution of the magnetic field (2011).
GOCE Earth explorer satellite to look at the Earth's surface and core
...portunity Missions are also in preparation: CryoSat-2 to measure ice sheet thickness (2009), SMOS to study soil moisture and ocean salinity (2009) and swarm
to survey the evolution of the magnetic field (2010).
Gene therapy 'trains' immune system to destroy brain cancer cells and reverses behavioral deficits
... process alert immune system cells of the existence of foreign entities, or antigens in this case, GBM cells. Newly educated immune system cells then swarm
to the tumor cells to destroy them.
In an earlier study, the Cedars-Sinai researchers used HSV1-TK and GCV alone to treat GBM and found that about...
Researchers discover new battleground for viruses and immune cells
... could now look into the lymph nodes of the infected mice and see that the viruses had infected cells just inside the lymph node surface, triggering a swarm
of T cells. These virus-specific T cells form an elaborate and dynamic communications network that activates them to divide and travel to the site of ...
Jefferson immunology researchers halt lethal rabies infection in brain
...s most lethal. They found that by opening the central nervous systems (CNS) protective blood-brain barrier, powerful infection fighting substances can swarm
in, essentially driving off the invading virus. A better understanding of the process, they say, may lead to improved treatment for late-stage rabies ...
Ants nibble diabetic away to death at Kolkata Hospital
...pital sources confirmed that Gouri Rani Chakraborty, whose left eye had a gaping hole on one side when her son Soumen lifted the bandage and cleared a swarm
of ants // from the swollen eye Monday morning, died Tuesday.
The nurses on duty at the Sambhunath Pandit Hospital Monday feigned ignorance abou...
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Predatory bacterial swarm uses rippling motion to reach prey
Oct. 29, 2008
Like something from a horror movie, the swarm
of bacteria ripples purposefully toward their prey, devours it and moves on.
Researchers at the University of Iowa are studying this behavior in Myxococcus xanthus (M. xanthus) , a bacterium commonly found in soil, which preys on o...
Ancient trans-Atlantic swarm brought locusts to the New World
Somewhere between three and five million years ago, a massive swarm
of locusts took off from the west coast of Africa and made an unlikely voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to colonize the New World, says an international team of researchers.
Using genetic evidence from more than 20 species of loc...
Lohafex provides new insights on plankton ecology
...e experiment, chlorophyll concentrations were in decline. By now the patch will have merged with its surroundings leaving behind no trace other than a swarm
of well-fed amphipods.
These preliminary findings will be supported by additional measurements that will be accomplished in the home la...
Single gene lets bacteria jump from host to host
... MADISON All life plants, animals, people depends on peaceful coexistence with a swarm
of microbial life that performs vital services from helping to convert food to energy to protection from disease.
Now, with the help of a squid tha...
Bee swarms follow high-speed 'streaker' bees to find a new nest
... It's one of the hallmarks of spring: a swarm
of bees on the move. But how a swarm
locates a new nest site when less than 5% of the c...involved in selecting the new nest site, guide the swarm
by flying unobtrusively in its midst; near neighbo...
Surprisingly rapid changes in the Earth's core discovered
...lmholtz Centre GFZ and other institutions are currently involved in the ESA swarm
mission, which will follow on the CHAMP achievements. The swarm
constellation consists of three CHAMP-type satellites, which will measure ...
What's bugging locusts?
...lagues have been viewed as one of the most spectacular events in nature. In seemingly spontaneous fashion, as many as 10 billion critters can suddenly swarm
the air and carpet the ground, blazing destructive paths that bring starvation and economic ruin.
What makes them do it?
A team of scientists le...
Lowly Icelandic midges reveal ecosystem's tipping points
... MADISON - The midges that periodically swarm
by the billions from Iceland's Lake Myvatn are a force of nature.
At their peak, it is difficult to breathe without inhaling the bugs, which hatch ...
Bee strategy helps servers run more sweetly
...mething as mundane as where the best nectar can be found on any given morning. According to new research from the Georgia Institute of Technology, the swarm
intelligence of these amazingly organized bees can also be used to improve the efficiency of Internet servers faced with similar challenges.
A bee ...
LSU professor studies army-ant-following birds
...her way. The army-ant-following birds have learned to take advantage of the swarm
by perching above it and preying on insects and other small animals trying ...casual of the three, utilizing the insects to round up food but only as the swarm
passes through their territory. Regular army-ant followers, the next level ...
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NOVIS Announces Appointment of John J. Arlotta as Chairman
...e University of Notre Dame, is married with three adult
children and currently lives in Denver, Colorado. In 2008, Mr. Arlotta
purchased the Minnesota swarm
professional indoor lacrosse franchise.
About NOVIS Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
NOVIS Pharmaceuticals is a leading distributor of specialty
A new high-tech networking event buzzes in Appleton
...the Hive is devoted to helping entrepreneurs network amongst themselves and swarm
around ideas. Swarming involves a lot of individuals clustering in groups, ...repreneurs greet one another and discuss their latest projects.
The next swarm
will be Monday, December 13th, from 6 to 9 p.m. The event is free, but atte...
swarm in Biological Definition
... is established by migrants during the summer or can over winter in warm places." (Weigmann, 2003)
They appear on over-ripe fruit in kitchens, they swarm
in thousands about the residue produced by the pressing of grapes or apples for wine. They nibble on marmalade and other preserves, and wherever vineg...
... healthy dog to demonstrate this assumed role in digestion. Several days after the dog's pancreas was removed, the Minkowski's animal keeper noticed a swarm
of flies feeding on the dog's urine. On testing the urine they found that the dog was secreting sugar in its urine, demonstrating for the first time t...