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Researchers find a keystone nutrient recycler in streams
Researchers from the University of Georgia Odum School of Ecology have found that certain neotropical stream ecosystems rely almost entirely on a single fish species known as the banded tetra for the critical nutrient phosphorus.  View News Article (2011-06-28)

Primary cilia formation provides insight into genetic diseases
A team of scientists at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have identified a network of genes that initiate and manage cilia formation. View News Article (2010-04-15)

Media briefing - Clean, safe - and competitive: EU research delivers cutting-edge solutions for cleaner, more efficient and eco-friendly industrial processes
Invitation to a special media briefing Clean technologies, new recycling and industrial processes European Commission, Centre Borschette, Brussels and Scoribel SA at Feluy/Seneffe (Belgium) Wednesday 16 July 2002, 9:30- 17.30 Ten years after the Rio Summit and a few weeks away from the Johannesburg Summit on Sustainable Development, the key question remains as to how to favour economic growth... View News Article (2002-07-08)

U-M biologists find potential drug that speeds cellular recycling
A University of Michigan cell biologist and his colleagues have identified a potential drug that speeds up trash removal from the cell's recycling center, the lysosome. View News Article (2012-03-14)

Yale study: Not enough metals in earth to meet global demand
Researchers studying supplies of copper, zinc and other metals have determined that these finite resources, even if recycled, may not meet the needs of the global population forever, according to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. View News Article (2006-01-26)

Diametric shift in 2 protein levels spurs Alzheimer's plaque accumulation
A diametric shift in the levels of two proteins involved in folding, moving and cutting other proteins enables accumulation of the destructive brain plaque found in Alzheimer's disease, researchers report. View News Article (2011-12-02)

Researchers discover how mutations in presenilin gene cause early onset Alzheimer's disease
Researchers have discovered how mutations in the presenilin 1 gene cause early-onset Alzheimer's disease (AD).  View News Article (2010-06-11)

Research unveils insight into a debilitating brain disease
From the neurons that enable thought to the keratinocytes that make toenails grow-a complex canopy of sugar molecules, commonly known as glycans, envelop every living cell in the human body. View News Article (2013-06-07)

Nudge or Think: What works best for our society?
If approached in the right way, citizens are willing to change their behaviour and do more to help themselves and others, according to research funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). View News Article (2012-09-21)

BTB plant, pioneer in assessing construction and demolition waste
The plant Bizkaiko Txin-Txor Berziklategia (BTB), located in La Orkonera, Ortuella (Bizkaia, Basque Country) is the first plant of the Basque Autonomous Region dedicated to the assessment of waste derived from construction and demolition. Its set up, after an investment of 2,6 million euros, is going to prolong the average life of dumping sites. View News Article (2002-10-07)

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