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Herschel finds a hole in space
ESA's Herschel infrared space telescope has made an unexpected discovery: a hole in space. (2010-05-11)
New research shows parental presence improves the quality of child anesthesia
New research presented at this year's Euroanaesthesia meeting in Stockholm shows that having parents present during the induction of their child's anaesthesia improves the quality of that anesthesia. (2014-06-01)
Treatment of cardiac lesions without anaesthesic
Navarre University Hospital has introduced a novel technique for the treatment of congenital heart defects and involving the percutaneous closure of the patent foramen ovale (PFO) with monitoring through intracavernous ecography. (2005-03-23)
Scientists develop new technology to detect deep sea gas leaks
A new ultra-sensitive technology which can monitor leaks from underwater gas pipelines has been developed by scientists at the University of Southampton. (2011-10-12)
World-first program to manage autistic children during medical procedures
Between two and five of every 10,000 children are diagnosed with autism. (2001-07-19)
FSU researcher: As gas prices climb, employee productivity plummets
Rising gas prices are affecting more than the family budget. (2008-05-05)
Test aims to identify shale gas hazard in groundwater
A test has been developed to check for contamination of shallow groundwater from unconventional gas extraction techniques, such as fracking. (2016-04-21)
How to build a very large star
A group of researchers led by two astronomers at the University of Toronto suggests that baby stars may grow to great mass if they happen to be born within a corral of older stars -- with these surrounding stars favorably arranged to confine and thus feed gas to the younger ones in their midst. (2013-03-27)
Sequestration and fuel reserves
A technique for trapping the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide deep underground could at the same be used to release the last fraction of natural gas liquids from ailing reservoirs, thus offsetting some of the environmental impact of burning fossil fuels. (2013-07-30)
New mechanism converts natural gas to energy faster, captures CO2
Chemical engineering researchers have identified a new mechanism to convert natural gas into energy up to 70 times faster, while effectively capturing the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide. (2013-05-07)
Doctors don't need to fear red heads
A study in the BMJ's Christmas issue published online today confirms that there is no need for doctors to fear red heads. (2010-12-09)
How to make a profit from rotting garbage
Landfills can make a profit from all their rotting waste and a new patent explains exactly how to make the most out of the stinky garbage sites. (2015-03-31)
An X-Ray Santa Claus in Orion
Right in time for the festive season, ESA's XMM-Newton X-ray observatory has discovered a huge cloud of high-temperature gas resting in a spectacular nearby star-forming region, shaped somewhat like the silhouette of Santa Claus. (2007-11-30)
Queen's researcher finds new model of gas giant planet formation
Queen's University researcher Martin Duncan has co-authored a study that solves the mystery of how gas giants such as Jupiter and Saturn formed in the early solar system. (2015-08-19)
Oil and gas wells as a strong source of greenhouse gases
Boreholes in the North Sea could constitute a significantly more important source of methane, a strong greenhouse gas, than previously thought. (2017-08-28)
Plants used to detect gas leaks, from outer space!
Gas leaks can be potentially life threatening in the home, but the presence of gas stresses out plants too. (2006-04-06)
XMM-Newton spots the greatest of great balls of fire
Thanks to data from ESA's XMM-Newton X-ray satellite, a team of international scientists found a comet-like ball of gas over a thousand million times the mass of the sun hurling through a distant galaxy cluster over 750 kilometres per second. (2006-06-12)
Estimating landfill gas potential
Research suggests that landfill gas-recovery projects should be implemented quickly if the maximum amount of methane gas is to be retrieved from organic waste in as short as time as possible, according to a study published in the latest issue of the International Journal of Environment and Waste Management. (2011-05-26)
2004 Pharmacology/Therapeutics/Toxicology Award to Haas
Dr. Daniel Haas, Professor of Anesthesiology, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto, has been named 2004 recipient of the Pharmacology, Therapeutics, & Toxicology Research Award, presented today during the Opening Ceremonies of the 82nd General Session of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR), convening at the Hawaii Convention Center. (2004-03-10)
Carbon capture has a sparkling future
New research shows that for millions of years carbon dioxide has been stored safely and naturally in underground water in gas fields saturated with the greenhouse gas. (2009-04-01)
2003 assessment of oil and gas resources in Appalachian basin completed
The USGS has just completed a geologically based assessment of the technically recoverable, undiscovered oil and gas resources of the Appalachian Basin Province. (2003-03-10)
Good news about $4 gas? Fewer traffic deaths
An analysis of yearly vehicle deaths compared to gas prices found death rates drop significantly as people slow down and drive less. (2008-07-10)
Scientists find new way to upgrade natural gas
Chemists discovered of a new way to turn raw natural gas into upgraded liquid alcohol fuel. (2014-03-13)
Independent medical device review site Which Medical Device launches new Anaesthetics section
Which Medical Device, the only online review site to provide independent, expert opinion and reviews of medical devices, have launched a new section devoted to Anaesthetic devices. (2012-01-26)
Dense molecular gas disks drive the growth of supermassive black holes
A joint team of University of Tokyo researchers and their collaborators, using ALMA and other telescopes that utilize radio waves for space observation, revealed that dense molecular gas disks a few hundred light years in scale located at the centers of galaxies supply gas to supermassive black holes situated within them. (2016-10-13)
Pill-popping galaxy hooked on gas
Our Galaxy may have been swallowing (2013-11-24)
Is UK shale gas extraction posing a risk to public health?
More needs to be done to investigate the risks to human health that extracting shale gas poses, suggests a personal view published on today. (2014-04-17)
Verifying greenhouse gas emissions for climate agreements
Agreements to limit emissions of greenhouse gases are currently the focus of international negotiations. (2010-03-18)
Will natural gas exports raise prices for consumers?
How much of the United States' newfound bounty of natural gas should stay at home, keeping prices low for domestic customers? (2013-03-13)
'Electronic nose' from a Russian scientist will help to diagnose diseases
Timur Muksunov, research engineer at Tomsk State University (Russia) has created a gas analyzer -- 'electronic nose' that is able to assess the quality of the food, cosmetic, and medical products, to diagnose diseases by human exhaled gases, and even detect explosives and drugs. (2016-02-10)
Largest ever study of awareness during general anaesthesia identifies risk factors and consequences
Accidental awareness is one of the most feared complications of general anesthesia for both patients and anesthetists. (2014-09-15)
Natural gas versus diesel: Examining the climate impacts of natural gas trucks
Some major trucking companies are turning to natural gas to fuel their fleets -- and to earn 'green' credit among customers. (2015-05-20)
Enhanced gas yield and storage of greenhouse gas
On Jan. 15-16, more than 70 scientists came together at the GFZ German Research Center for Geosciences for the start of the project CLEAN (CO2 Largescale EGR in the Altmark Natural-Gas Field). (2009-01-16)
Is natural gas a 'bridge' to a hotter future?
Natural gas power plants produce substantial amounts of gases that lead to global warming. (2014-12-08)
New facility boosts gas hydrates research
A new flow loop commissioned by CSIRO will help researchers find solutions to predict and control gas hydrates formation in offshore oil and gas production pipelines. (2008-06-01)
American Thoracic Society applauds action to reduce methane emissions
The American Thoracic Society applauds the collaborative effort of President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada to reduce methane emissions from the oil and natural gas sector. (2016-03-11)
Galaxies are running out of gas
The Universe forms fewer stars than it used to, and a CSIRO study has now shown why -- compared to the past, galaxies today have less gas from which to make stars. (2011-08-22)
Engelder named one of top 100 global thinkers
Terry Engelder, professor of geosciences, Penn State, has been named one of Foreign Policy Magazine's (2011-11-28)
How well electron transport works in furfural biogas
Furfural is a promising candidate in the quest for alternative biofuels. (2017-09-13)
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