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Experiments Show Difficulties Young Children Have With Symbols
Toddlers, especially those under age 3, probably just don't get it when you expect them to realize that something means something else, say University of Illinois researchers using a (1997-10-31)

Auburn Students Tackle Space Station Tool Kit Challenge
Industrial Design Students from Auburn University, Auburn, AL have designed a temporary stowage kit for the International Space Station. The 12 teams will present their design concepts and full-scale mockups to Engineers at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center on Friday, December 4. (1998-12-02)

Mayo Clinic YES Board creates efficiencies in emergency rooms
In the age of computers, a common problem in many health care institutions is that data come from so many sources that it becomes difficult to track and manage. This problem is acute in emergency rooms where knowing the (2012-07-06)

The MNI's de Grandpré Communcations Centre wins International Room Competition
The Montreal Neurological Institute's de Grandpré Communications Centre has won the Grand Prize in the Classroom and Training Facilities category in Presentations Magazine's Best Rooms Contest. Second prize went to Princeton University (Bowl 16 Room) and third prize to the University of Illinois (TRECC Room). The de Grandpré Communications Centre is equipped for multimedia presentations, videoconferencing, distance learning and telemedicine. The room seats 67, with a central conference table for small group sessions. (2003-05-27)

New study determines when infants can think of out-of-sight objects
One of the most distinctive characteristics of humans is probably one you don't think of very often -- the capacity to learn based merely on what someone tells you. Researchers from Boston University are attempting to discover when when we become capable of revising our mental representations of objects or situations based solely on what someone tells us. (2007-08-29)

Low Medicaid rates limit beneficiaries' access to assisted living facilities
A new study by RTI International found that low Medicaid payment rates for services in assisted living and similar settings discourage residential care providers from serving Medicaid beneficiaries, which limits their access to community-based residential care. (2017-08-07)

National Science Board to meet Sept. 27-28, 2006
The National Science Board (NSB) will hold its 394th meeting Sept. 27-28, 2006, at the National Science Foundation (NSF) headquarters, 4201 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Va. This is one of NSB's regular meetings related to general national science and engineering policy issues of interest and specific NSF activities. (2006-09-25)

Softwood log exports increase
A total of 200 million board feet of softwood logs was exported from Washington, Oregon, Northern California and Alaska in the first 3 months of 2008. This volume was up 2 percent from 196 million board feet in the first quarter of 2007, according to the Pacific Northwest Research Station, U.S. Forest Service. (2008-05-19)

First quarter softwood lumber exports increase
A total of 77 million board feet of softwood lumber was exported from Washington, Oregon and Northern California in the first 3 months of 2008. The first quarter volume was up 31 percent from the 2007 first quarter total of 58.8 million board feet, according to the Pacific Northwest Research Station, US Forest Service. (2008-05-19)

Log exports down, lumber exports up in Washington and Oregon in 2009
A total of 697.3 million board feet of softwood logs was exported from Washington and Oregon in 2009, according to data released by the US Forest Service's Pacific Northwest Research Station. During the same period, the two states exported a total of 344.2 million board feet of softwood lumber. (2010-02-25)

National Science Board to meet August 9-10
The National Science Board (NSB) will hold its 393rd meeting Aug. 9-10, 2006, at the National Science Foundation (NSF) headquarters, 4201 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Va. This is one of NSB's regular meetings related to general national science and engineering policy issues of interest and specific NSF activities. (2006-08-07)

Esther B. O'Keeffe Foundation gives $2 million to the Scripps Research Institute
The Esther B. O'Keeffe Charitable Foundation has made a $2 million donation to the Scripps Research Institute to fund biomedical research and education on the Florida campus. In recognition of the gift, the Founders Room and the adjoining board room at Scripps Florida have been named the Esther B. O'Keeffe Founders Suite. (2012-05-30)

Educational expenses for residents equals significant amount of salary
Radiology residents use about 15 percent of their average annual salary for educational expenses, according to a recent study conducted by radiologists from New Jersey Medical School in Newark, N.J. (2007-05-04)

New receiver board gets all the right signals
UNSW researchers have developed the first Australian receiver that can pick up both the L1 and L2C GPS frequencies, as well as the signal from the first prototype Galileo satellite. (2007-03-11)

H. Kim Lyerly appointed to the National Cancer Advisory Board
H. Kim Lyerly, M.D., director of the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, has been appointed by President Bush to the National Cancer Advisory Board. (2008-06-13)

American Heart Association honors three volunteers with national awards
The American Heart Association honored three volunteers Friday with Awards of Meritorious Achievement during its 51st annual Delegate Assembly. The award, created in 1952, honors volunteers for (1999-06-26)

West coast's log, lumber exports increase in first quarter of 2010
A total of 208.5 million board feet of softwood logs and 119.5 million board feet of softwood lumber was exported from Washington, Oregon, northern California, and Alaska in January, February, and March of this year, according to the US Forest Service's Pacific Northwest Research Station. (2010-06-04)

2008 Oregon and Washington lumber exports increase
A total of 293.0 million board feet of softwood lumber was exported from Oregon and Washington in 2008. (2009-03-02)

West coast's log, lumber exports increase in first quarter of 2011
A total of 413.1 million board feet of softwood logs and 224.9 million board feet of softwood lumber were exported from Washington, Oregon, northern California and Alaska in January, February, and March of this year, according to the US Forest Service's Pacific Northwest Research Station. (2011-05-25)

West Coast's log, lumber exports increase in second quarter of 2009
A total of 239.5 million board feet of softwood logs and 80.2 million board feet of softwood lumber was exported from Washington, Oregon, northern California and Alaska in April, May and June of this year, according to the US Forest Service's Pacific Northwest Research Station. (2009-09-04)

Media invitation - European Society of Cardiology Congress 2004
The ESC Congress 2004 is swiftly approaching and will be held from Saturday 28 August - Wednesday 1 September 2004 in Munich, Germany. Ensure you pre-register and book your hotel accommodation as soon as possible, so that you can be sure to represent your publication at this major international medical event. (2004-02-17)

West coast log, lumber exports soar in first half of 2011
A total of 569.2 million board feet of softwood logs and 232.2 million board feet of softwood lumber were exported from the West coast in April, May and June, according to the US Forest Service's Pacific Northwest (PNW) Research Station. (2011-09-01)

Media Availability With Science Board Chair To Discuss How To Improve Math & Science Education
The National Science Board (NSB) releases a report, Preparing Our Children: Math and Science Education in the National Interest, on Wednesday, March 3, recommending ways to combat poor achievement by U.S. students in mathematics and science, as revealed in early 1998 by the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). (1999-02-26)

New safe practices room provides prevention training space for nursing students
Nursing is among construction and law enforcement as one of seven professions reporting the most on-the-job injuries, according to the US Department of Labor. Sprains, strains or tears due to overexertion account for many of the injuries. Those injuries often can be attributed to improperly lifting, handling and moving patients. Now, nursing students at the University of Missouri have a new facility that will help them develop skills to keep themselves and their patients safe. (2011-11-21)

Patients' favorite music during surgery lessens need for sedative
Patients listening to their favorite music required much less sedation during surgery than did patients who listened to white noise or operating room noise. (2005-05-25)

NASA's new gamma ray satellite currently lodging in a comfortable 'clean room'
NASA's gamma ray large area telescope awaits its launch in December this year and is currently living in a (2007-06-26)

2007 Softwood log exports from the West coast increase
A total of 879.9 million board feet of softwood logs was exported from Washington, Oregon, northern California and Alaska in 2007. The 2007 volume was up 11.6 percent from the 2006 total of 788.4 million board feet, according to Debra Warren, an economist at the Forest Service's Pacific Northwest Research Station. (2008-04-24)

The Internet becomes next Nostradamus for allergy season
A study presented at the 2012 ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting shows Google searches reveal the most common allergy symptoms and peak season of suffering. (2012-11-09)

Feb. 20 lecture at UTA on possibility of alien life
Princeton University Professor of Astrophysical Science and International Affairs Christopher F. Chyba will present a free public lecture titled (2008-02-12)

APA's Annual Convention in Toronto
APA's annual convention will be occurring August 7-10 in Toronto, Canada. (2003-08-07)

Room-temperature multiferroic thin films and their properties
Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) and Tohoku University have developed high-quality GFO epitaxial films and systematically investigated their ferroelectric and ferromagnetic properties. They also demonstrated the room-temperature magnetocapacitance effects of these GFO thin films. (2018-01-05)

Young Patients Get State-Of-The-Art "TLC" In Cedars-Sinai Medical Center's New Pediatric Emergency Facility
When it comes to kids, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is taking much of the trauma out of a trip to the emergency room. A major renovation effort and a progressive approach to pediatric emergency care has resulted in special services and surroundings for the nearly 9,000 children treated in the hospital's emergency department each year. (1999-02-24)

Differences between self-identified general practitioners and board-certified family doctors
Physicians who identify as 'general practitioners' are a group distinct from board-certified 'family physicians,' according to a new study that was supported, in part, by the American Board of Family Medicine Foundation. The authors recommend that GPs and FPs be considered separate groups for research, workforce and policy purposes. (2020-03-09)

Lasers see red
The first room-temperature operation of an interband III-V laser diode emitting at a wavelength beyond three microns was demonstrated recently at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, D.C. (1999-10-06)

National Science Board to meet (May 3-4)
Journalists are invited to attend the next open session of the National Science Board (NSB) on Thursday, May 4, at the National Science Foundation, 4201 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Va. There will be two open sessions on May 4. (2000-04-30)

New study helps solve a great mystery in the organization of our DNA
After decades of research aiming to understand how DNA is organized in human cells, scientists at the Gladstone Institutes have shed new light on this mysterious field by discovering how a key protein helps control gene organization. (2017-05-18)

Walking through doorways causes forgetting, new research shows
We've all experienced it: The frustration of entering a room and forgetting what we were going to do. Or get. Or find. New research from University of Notre Dame Psychology Professor Gabriel Radvansky suggests that passing through doorways is the cause of these memory lapses. (2011-11-18)

TSU has released the world's first dialect dictionary of synonyms
The TSU Publishing House has released the Dictionary of Siberian Dialect Synonyms, which has no analogues in Russia or abroad. It was prepared by Olga Blinova, professor at the Department of Russian Language of Tomsk State University and graduate students Maria Tolstova and Maria Ghawar. The release of the dictionary was financed by the TSU Endowment Fund. (2016-11-22)

Elsevier announces the launch of Perioperative Care and Operating Room Management
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced the launch of Perioperative Care and Operating Room Management, a new multi-specialty, peer-review journal that provides high-quality information and research findings on operational and system-based approaches to ensure safe, coordinated, and high-value patient care immediately preceding, during, and soon after medical procedures. The first issue of this quarterly journal is scheduled for publication in September 2015. (2015-06-10)

O'Keeffe Foundation donates $250,000 to fund Scripps Florida neuroscience training program
The Esther B. O'Keeffe Charitable Foundation has made a $250,000 donation to the Scripps Research Institute to fund neuroscience training and public outreach on the Florida campus. (2013-05-30)

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